The Dream House.

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  1. Rixa says:

    Very nice! I hope this house works out. And I think that you can do a lot with 1 acre. With careful planning, you could have a huge garden, chickens, dogs, and still room for some smaller livestock.

    • azuroo says:

      You definitely could have all that on a flat acre, but the hill makes it so hard. I will fall and die while trying to open and close the chicken coop door in the winter, hahaha. The hill is like the foothills of the mountains, so it’s fairly steep. If we move there I will have to get Rosie to take a picture of me scaling the hill in the ice with ski poles or something for support…at least it will be funny.

  2. Myndie says:

    That house is gorgeous! I will pray that your house sells!

  3. christy says:

    looks awesome! as always, i love following along on your home hunting! just like house hunters on hgtv but through your blog! :)

  4. Sarah says:

    Have you seen the homesteading books on how to maximize your food on a small piece of land? These books show how to fit everything in – bees, goats, chickens, garden, etc. Remember that a lot of livestock can overlap (chickens following goats/sheep/cows – can use what the cows have left behind).
    Hope everything works out for you – and soon! This is gorgeous!

    • azuroo says:

      I have this one homesteading book someone mailed me that’s really awesome. I think it’s called Five Acres to Freedom. It’s an old book with everything you’d ever need to know about small scale farming. Unfortunately the acre this one house is on is mostly useless due to the super steep hill, and they wouldn’t accept an offer contingent upon the sale of our house anyway. :( Our house is for sale and we’re just waiting for something to happen…

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