We had a house inspection yesterday. I thought we already knew everything wrong with that house:), but it turned out there is much more.
I forwarded the inspector’s report to Boris yesterday, and he asked whether there is anything in the house that is not broken :).
I’d say the walls and the roof. Although the floor is somewhat not even:).
There are tons of things which has to be done before I can move in, and it will cost a fortune. However, I am excited. Unlike when I moved to that house twenty-three years ago, I know what is not working before I am moving in and will be able to replace or fix the things.
The cost of painting concerns me the most because it’s a lot of square footage, and it might be the most expensive project of all I am doing in May. Another concern is that for each appliance installation cost, the fee for climbing three flights of stairs will be added.
The good part is that all is fixable, and I still love the place, its look and feel. I am thinking about all the things I will be able to do now, which I could not do before, like the fireworks at the Navy Pier, and the things I stopped doing a long time ago, like going to Ravinia.