|This bathroom is large by American standards, |
it's enormous for a German house! This photo only
shows about 30% of it!
|Entrance to the kitchen-the Germans love color!|
|The beautiful Kyll river. About a 5 minute walk or less.|
|How cool is that front?|
|Gorgeous little back yard!|
|It does have an eat in kitchen- for 4 though. No company.|
Next we hit upscale German suburbia- Bitburg. Now, this house is suh-weet! But also comes with a hefty price tag (not to mention loss of historical awesomeness.)
|Can you see the split? That's steeper than it looks!|
|How could I not take a photo of the bidet?|
|This is half of a large living/dining room.|
|Just a lovely house all around!|
Okay- for the playground-it almost deserves it's own post! Wait till you see the swing- I will swing on that.
|For real, can you imagine living near this? dude.|
|"Mama! They have sheeps you can get on!"|
|The writing atop the door frame is the husband's initial, the|
wife's initials and the build date.
This shrank used to house a fireplace underneath, but now is all storage. Can you see the clock? Love it!
The son is a landscaper hence the awesome backyard. But it's not beautiful in your standard professionally landscaped home, this is more Secret Garden style.
This is the house as part of the farm as seen from the front. The two parts on the sides are barns inside that are currently used for storage. I'm still trying to think how this place could work!
The neighbors cows. I can't express how excited my girls get about cows. It's the same as with horses, except you expect little girls to adore horses. I think there may be some sort of farm gene and the girls got it somewhere down the genetic line.
More of the gorgeous backyard. You can see the little table where we had our Kirsch (cherry) something (I can't remember the word for fizzy.)
I'm still hoping to hear back from the folks about Wolsfeld. In the process of looking at this house I learned all about the bakery, butcher and great schoolsof Wolsfeld. Please let that house not be gone already! The good ones go in a few days of being posted. Ahhhh.....God has a plan, God has a plan, I hope it includes a yard.