Posts filed under: Shutter Cat House

At some point, everyone has gone on an HGTV binge, right? We all know that there comes a time in a house flip when everything seems to go horribly off the rails. The budget is shot. Unimaginable problems are revealed....
Like many suburban homes built before the 1980s or so, the hall bath in the Shutter Cat House has a big job, serving two bedrooms, and as the guest loo. Keep reading...
One of our favorite things about smaller houses is figuring out how to make them gracious and comfortable, even elegant. Keep reading...
It seems that it would be difficult to get lost in a 1360 square-foot house, but in this one it was possible. Keep reading...
The thing--the one big thing--that made this house irresistible to us was its location. Tucked into a one-block street and facing half-million dollar (and more) waterfront homes, our little house has water views directly across the street, and down the...
That tired real estate saw about “Location, Location, Location” takes on new urgency when you find a house like we have found here. Stand on the cracked brick porch, and you can see the water splash and ripple between the neighbors’...
Our first house is a cute bungalow in Pasadena. Behold the beautiful befores ... Keep reading...
The funds were wired and the deed was signed yesterday. Kim and Karen's dandy little idea to one day flip a house, is now a Real Thing. Keep reading...