Updating 50s ranch bathroom

It’s in dire need of being introduced to the 21st century and that’s where I came in.

I would re-tile the floors, upgrade to low-flow toilets, and put in small vanities instead of wall-hung sinks for ,000-16,000.

If it’s in the budget, a new shower in the master bathroom and a new tiled tub shower in the hall bath would be nice, putting the total project cost at ,000-93,000.

I’ve been having a blast, from partaking in Christmas parties, plays, and dinners with friends and am thoroughly enjoying this month.

I’ve got a fun project I’m helping with and want to share it with y’all today! One of my friends from my church and fellow choir member, Andrea, has lived in this 1950’s brick ranch house off the Marietta square for 14 years.

This would require removing some walls and putting in some beams, which should run ,000-12,000.

Next up is the kitchen, a big space with original cabinets and appliances and vinyl composite tile flooring.That makes it interesting to look at, but it would be hard to live in as is. The dining room: Check out the groovy dividing wall: Looks like the kitchen was updated at some point, but badly.8,900 MLS# 517391 There’s a lot of potential in this 1950s brick rancher.The basement, sunroom, landscaping, and other exterior improvements would continue to up the value of the home, but this is a good start to bring the Cleavers into 2014.Hope you all are enjoying this wonderful Christmas season and all that it offers.She bought it from her mother and has never made it her own.