|Picture taken on one of my walks, it shows the hills behind my house|
In reply to some comments
The house is the biggest one I have ever owned and even though I grew up in a similar sized house, there were so many people in it that it felt that it was bursting at the seams. The ceilings here are 3.8m high (I just had to google to convert that to feet! lol about 12.5 feet). Original cornicing, doors and floors.
The exterior is grey granite (I think) and red sandstone (they are called quoin stones? the corners of the buildings?). The gardens are mostly moss in the places where there should be grass. We have to have some trees felled as they are dying or dead and the bark is peeling off of them. A tree surgeon is going to contact us with an available date, as you can imagine it is weather dependent and if there are trees down due to high winds they will take priority to make sure all are safe. It does make it a little 'mañana', it is the way it is around here.
There is also a cellar of 2 small rooms, not really any head height, but it is dry and we can store a few things in there.
After a lot of time worrying about everything right now. I am taking my own advise - Bloom where you are planted. #yolo Well that is the idea anyways...