We bought our first Little Pink House when we first got married. It was built in 1895 and it was very very neglected. What you see in this picture is after years of lovingly restoring it. It was so charming. So full of character. And SOOO lacking in any kind of modern conveniences. Like closets. Or garages. Or heating! So after 8 years, and 2 kids, we moved. We moved to Little Pink House II.
It was technically not pink either. Kind of a pinkish-red brick, maybe. But we brought our third child home to it, so it counts. It also brought us forward an entire century! A/C, check! Central heat, check! 3 car garage, check! Decent neighborhood, check! Charm....um, no. Style....uh, not so much. It wasn't our forever house. So last year we moved here...
This is not a Little Pink House either. It's green, for one thing. And it's a rental. It's soooo cute! It brought us forward into yet another century, the 21st! But, we knew when we moved here that this was not our forever house either. Love the white kitchen, huge hidden pantry and modern styling though I might, this was a stopping over point to finding our final resting spot. (Boy, that sounds morbid! But you'll understand when you see Little Pink House III).
This is Little Pink House III.
I know what you're thinking. "It's not pink." Or maybe you're thinking, "I can't see it!" Ya. That's one of it's many problems. It's covered over by years of weeds and bushes and lack of love. The inside is worse. But we're going to love it back to life. (If we ever close on it.) Tune in tomorrow for the next installment of Little Pink Houses III!