All the external walls of the old 1960s extension were stripped as they were made from asbestos.
Then they knocked a larger doorway between the back room (which will be the kitchen/dining room) and the sitting room. You can just see this on the right of the next photo. The walls have been trued-up with plasterboard.
And the windows have been replaced with nice wooden ones:
The old kitchen has been ripped out and replaced with a bathroom (tiles still to be grouted):
New weatherboard replaces the sad old fibro:
Rob has a new shed (although no roof yet) and the frame for the decking is up:
This is our view now that we have chopped down some trees. It actually looks a bit more impressive than this in real life.
If we built up, it would look even better, but need some more money to fall off the tree first...
|Taken by Rob standing on a ladder|
I've got some good pictures of the bedrooms now they are painted but they are on the camera that has been mislaid in the move. When it reappears, I will do another post, including our make-do-and-mend kitchen. We are at least six weeks off eating any food that requires a saucepan to cook.