Chad and Nicole started moving into the apartment yesterday but knowing how scared I am at night when Vince is gone, they’re not officially moving in until Wednesday, when Vince gets home. Chad will stay here til then so I don’t have to spend the nights by myself. Isn’t he a sweet boy?
Here are a few pictures of the apartment. First, here they are sitting on their back porch. Aren’t they so cute? From the master bedroom, you walk out a door and there’s this screened porch that wraps around the back and one side of their apartment. There’s a door that goes from the porch to the yard and it’s locked so they’re the only ones with access to their screened porch.
Here’s the master bedroom and the door that leads out to the porch. Aren’t those windows so cute?
The second bedroom has very dated wall paper but the carpet is clean and the bedroom is fairly large with a nice walk-in closet.
The kitchen is amazing. I love it. Really, I could have come closer to living in this little apartment than in most of the houses we looked at in Texas. The cabinets aren’t painted, the stove isn’t glass top. It has a stainless sink!
Who knew a fairly inexpensive apartment would have such a neat stove?
The family room is so cute too. It has adjustable shelves and I can see Chad lining the shelves with his fishing lures. The windows in here are so cute too and the curtains are nice and clean, unlike those in most of the other apartments we saw.
From the family room, looking towards the kitchen, there’s the half bath and a built in desk at one end of the kitchen.
The apartment is in an old house that was divided into three apartments. This is the basement. The water heaters for all three units are in the basement but Chad’s apartment is the only apartment with access to the basement. Their washer and dryer are in the basement (along with Chad’s truck load of duck decoys).
I’m so pleased with the apartment and it makes it so much easier leaving here knowing Chad is in a great place.