A small downtown kit house and a large Victorian in North Carolina Wine country are two more slums with luxury potential.
The big renovation of the Downtown Luxury Slum is complete and although we still have a number of small projects to work on, it's time to start looking for a new slum.
Some final touches (like heat) lead to the house finally being livable. Why we need heat in the south in March is beyond me, but it seems to be important this year.
We got appliances, lighting, more plumbing, and a lot of other finishing touches this week. And some island placement drama. Please weigh in on what we should do.
Quartz, cabinets, a really long explanation about the back side of the island, finished hardwood floors, some bathroom plumbing fixtures, and finally a deck. What did you do this week?
A little more work was done in the bathrooms, the fireplace was drywalled, and we returned the extra flooring to Zirconia,NC.
The kitchen is starting to take shape with the installation of cabinet frames, painting of cabinet doors, and measuring for the countertops. More bathroom tile work got done, we finished some beautiful ceiling beams, added window fixtures and door levers, and got a cement pad poured for the air-conditioning unit.