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Century Farms BEFORE

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Since my last announcement, I know you are probably eager to see more pictures of our new fixer upper farmhouse. I am eager to show them to you, but as you can imagine, I’ve been neck deep in working on the house.

We’ve gotten a lot done, so what I’m about to show you is not the current state of the house. I’m making sure to take lots of photos and videos along the way, so you will see it eventually– don’t worry!

Today I’m sharing all the videos that I took on the day that we closed on the house just before Christmas a couple weeks ago. I hope you enjoy them! I’d love to hear what you think– feel free to comment on the video itself!

The Outside

Everyone was in a hurry to get in and get to work right away– but I made them wait so I could take these videos!! I hope I didn’t go too quickly.

The 1st Floor

The 2nd Floor

The Horrible 2nd Floor Bathroom

On my You Tube channel you will also find short videos of the kids’ rooms, the basement, and the garage.

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yellow farmhouse, stained glass windows

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  1. WOW you have your work cut out for you, so sad to see that home in that sad of shape. I used to live in that house back in the 1970’s and it was kept very nice. I am actually your neighbor on the back side, across the field and above the hedgerow. I will keep checking in and wish you all the best of luck, it was in it’s day a very nice house, for a family of 8…. and I hope to see it restored to that again.

    1. Nice to meet you Carmen! Thank you so much for saying hi! Yes, it is sad and will take a lot of work…. but we are making progress. Feel free to stop in whenever you see me there!

      1. I will stop in someday as I walk the neighborhood regularly for exercise. I will have to dig out some old pictures to show you as well. The steps to no where was used as a root cellar.

  2. So exciting, Liberty! Can’t wait to see how you fix up the house.Looks like it has great bones. When do you plan to move in?

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