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Flipping Out!

Okay guys so our latest house flip is finished and I couldn't be more happy with the end result! We bought this house in January and slowly renovated due to (the Condo Flip) and the fact that part of the buying disclosure stated we couldn't resell the house in under 3 months time.  This house is in a great established neighborhood and we were so excited to give the neighbors a beautiful corner house to look at instead of this eyesore! 

A few of the issues with this house besides an entire gut of the inside were
1. No AC unit
2. No hot water heater
3. Sketchy electrical job in the sunroom and laundry room
4. HUGE leak from an open pipe that was dumping water outside front exterior (causing rotten wood)
5. Water pipes not correctly connected in shower
6. Ceilings needed some new beams to support fans and lights in each bedroom.
7.Wall between the two bathrooms taken down to make one large bathroom with two toilets (looking at eachother) Haha! People are crazy!

OKAY here's a look at the BEFORE pictures.

AFTER Photos!

New Front Door Color: Lowes Valspar Lake Breeze
We completely painted the entire outside house and trim.

Wood Tile Flooring: Lowes GBI Tile & Stone Inc. Madeira Oak Ceramic Floor
Paint Color: Lowes Valspar Savory Beige

We knocked down the wall separating the kitchen and living room giving it a much brighter and open feeling.

 Kitchen Cabinets: Home Depot Stock White Cabinets
BackSplash: Home Depot Greecian Subway Tile
Faucet: Pfister Canton Single handle Pull down Sprayer in Tuscan Bronze Similar Kitchen Faucet Linked 
Oil Rubbed Cabinet Hardware: Home Depot 

 Kitchen Ceiling Light- Home Depot

 SunRoom and Laundry room (not pictured) got new dry wall, window ledges, base boards and ceiling. 
Paint Color- Valspar Savory Beige

 Oval Mirror- Walmart BHG oil rubbed mirror
Vanity- Home Depot Glacier Bay Lancaster 24in Vanity in White with Color Point Vanity Top in Maui
Drawer Pulls- Home Depot Oil Rubbed Bronze pulls 
Faucet-  Pfister Pasadena 4in High Arc Faucet in Tuscan Bronze faucet linked here

 Mirror- Walmart BHG rectangular oil rubbed bronze mirror
Vanity- (unknown we salvaged this vanity)
Faucet-  Pfister Pasadena 4in High Arc bathroom faucet in Tuscan Bronze faucet linked here

All Ceilings fans/lights in bedrooms-  Home Depot Hugger Brushed Nickel Ceiling Fan

Now for the great news! We have been getting calls and walk ins at this house since we began renovations.  As of today the house is under contract (at full listing price!) and it never even made it to the market! That's a first for us! Time to start looking for our next project!



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