All my recent posts about moving or doing up our house have made me reminisce about our own journey to owning this house and how we managed to save for it. We purchased our house in a village called Stamford Bridge which is around 10 miles East of York and if you’ve ever driven to Bridlington; then you’ve driven through it. If you fancy seeing just the highlights then you can watch the video I recently filmed with Post Office Money below.
We purchased our house which you can see above (this was the first photo we ever saw of the house when it came on the market), in June 2016 for £250’000.00. It was the absolute top of our budget at the time but we instantly fell in love with it once we’d been round it and put an offer in within 30 minutes of leaving the property. 12 Hours later on Saturday morning we had a call from the estate agents to advise us the property was ours and we were over the moon! The journey to this point was a rollercoaster and we had to cut back on things as well as compromise on our original location in a bid to get to that stage but I wanted to share that it is in fact do-able.
Making the decision to move in with a loved one is a big decision to make. You could be thinking of doing so because you’ve recently decided to take your relationship to a new level or because you want to start a family. Whatever the case, whether you’re married or not, choosing to live under the same roof can have many implications. It is, therefore, important to do adequate research before making the big move. In addition to doing your homework, having honest conversations with your partner is also essential. On that note, you will find a few things to consider before moving in with a loved one below.
Don’t worry I’m not here to tell you we’ve changed our minds again about moving house but to share a fantastic feature wall idea that I found online and is giving me some serious interior inspiration.
Brick Slips or Brick Effect Tiles are made to look like real bricks but are thin and lightweight so ultimately are space-saving unlike real bricks. Once they have been fitted and grouted, they will give the appearance of an actual brick wall without the weight or loss of space.