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Full Tour Of Our First House

Full Tour First House

Want to space out and look at some photos and pretend school isn’t closed due to coronavirus? Same. As you may know, we recently sold out first house and moved to our second and hopefully forever house. I say that because I am never moving again until my husband and I move back to an apartment in Manhattan after our kids go to college. When we moved into our first house, we had one child and a dog. This time, we have three children and a dog. That’s five people and an animal, in case you’re counting. It was stressful to say the least, and I have the acne to prove it.

Saying goodbye to our first house has been incredibly sad for me. I think it is because first and foremost, I loved the house and I still do. Secondly, we brought home two new babies to that house. Third, it was our very first house and for that reason I think it will always hold a special place in our hearts. I’m not complaining, I am thankful and happy about our new home and I know I am fortunate to be able to have sold our house and bought a new one. I am just being honest about my feelings.

Now that my tears have dried for the most part, it feels like the right time to share a full tour of our first house that we loved so much.*

Foyer with wainscoting West Elm Wood Tile DresserWisteria Moroccan Mirror Antiqued GiltWisteria Bridal Rug SeteeWisteria Bridal Rug SeteeWorld Market San Remo TableSafavieh Rural Woven Dining Hooper Blue White Indoor Outdoor Chairs

*Photos 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, and 23 were shot by Greenwich Photo.

Full porch sources here.

Living room here.

Dining room here.

Nursery here.

Master bedroom here.

Luke’s room here.

Deck sources here.

Big thanks to my friend turned broker (and luckily still friend) Courtney Belhumeur. If you’re local and you need someone to sell your house or help you find one, she’s your girl.

xo

BB

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