Our house is a three bedroom, two and a half bath, two-story home with a two-car garage in a four-plex building. Located in the Onizuka Village housing area, the homes in this community were built just over a year ago and our unit only had one other family in it for a short time. The house still looks brand new and was in move-in ready condition.
Home sweet home! All of the houses on base look similar and are lovely shades of brown :)
The entry way as viewed from the front door:
The living room and dining room area are on the left. A coat closet and bathroom are in the hallway that leads to the kitchen.
The half bath downstairs:
I love the size of this kitchen and all of the cabinet and counter space! All appliances came with the house (including the washer and dryer). We are going to use the large empty area in this room as a sitting area. The sliding glass doors lead out to a covered porch and a yard that we will have fenced in for Dulce.
We have an actual laundry room! The door beside the washer and dryer leads to the kitchen and I'm standing in the doorway that leads to the two-car garage.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a linen closet, a large walk-in storage closet, and a built-in technology desk with connections for phone/internet/cable.
Two bedrooms - one for guests and one for Baby G :)
The upstairs guest bathroom:
The huge master bedroom:
The master bathroom has double sinks, a garden tub, a stall shower, and a big walk-in closet.
Moving is always a pain but being military, at least it's not very hard. When we move, the Air Force supplies a moving company that wraps and packs everything, crates the boxes, and ships them to our next station. When our crates arrive at our new location, all we have to do is stand there with a clipboard, check off the boxes as they are unloaded, and tell the movers where in the house to put things. We still have the job of unpacking the boxes filled with smaller items but I'm thankful that someone else does the heavy lifting!
Our moving company in Korea did an amazing job packing our belongings. Everything arrived accounted for and undamaged! We have all of the basics and important necessities but we are still waiting for our belongings that we left in long-term storage in Georgia while we were in Korea. It might be another month or two before seeing those crates! In the meantime, I'm excited to start making this house our home :)
“I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself.”