I am so very excited to have a place to store tools and gardening equipment and bikes and lawn chairs and all sorts of outdoor things.
I set up a luxury irrigation system this year and I'm pretty excited to share it with you in case you want to be inspired by me.
The exterior of the Mulberry House had a few things that absolutely NEEDED to be done so we focused on getting those done before our tenants moved in. Curb appeal updates will have to wait until phase two of the renovation.
An old house is apt to be damp and out of repair. The back yard should be kept neat and sightly, and should not be made a dumping-ground for rubbish and litter of all sorts. A good veranda is equivalent to another living-room. Every dwelling should have a cellar to contain the heating-apparatus, store fuel, and for comfort's sake.
In addition to the three main phases of our luxury yard renovation, I've got a little side project that I'd like to share for the public record.
The moment you've all been waiting for.... Phase Three of our luxury yard renovation. This is the final planned phase and involves special permitting as a result of the Downtown Luxury Slum being a historic property.
I've got some pictures to show you how we've been able to luxuriously live outdoors these past few months.