Posts Tagged ‘ first home ’

The Thrill Is Gone

Nov 30th, 2023

“My first home was built like a tank. A solid-brick, 1950s bungalow with thick oak framing, plaster walls, a Pennsylvania slate roof and steel casement windows. I loved the look of the windows, but based on their age, single-pane glazing and the condition of the hardware, they were due for replacement. Or that was my assumption, at least.” – Drew Vass

Are We There Yet? Why Yes, We Are.

Feb 25th, 2020

I remember when I bought my first house. It was a two-bedroom bungalow in one of Richmond’s early suburbs, overlooking a small meadow and one of Bryan Park’s two-acre ponds. This is a rare setting to find in the middle of the city. And to go with that pond view (a feature we came to […]