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House Tour - Part 3 - The Guest Areas

For this part of the tour you are going to need to use your imagination. These rooms are in a bit of an unfinished state yet. However I wanted to share because I wanted all of you to see that we have room for lots of visitors.

The first guest area is known as The Apartment. It has its own entrance from the outside, but can also be accessed through the toy room. When you enter form the outside, the first room a nice little nook with built in bunk beds.
 Then you enter the living/sleeping area. Imagine a bed along the wall on the left. The door straight ahead leads to the toy room.
 There is a fully functional and well supplied kitchen. All you need is food!
 And its own bathroom
The upstairs is a room known as the Big Room. It has served many different purposes over the years, but it is our intention to make this into a nice guest room. Right, it is storing all sorts of things that we just don't know what to do with yet.

 It also has a loft that can work nicely for another sleeping area.
And that is it! Our house. We are very happy to be here and we hope that we can share it with many of you in the years to come.

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