The house came complete with all of it contents at an extremely reasonable price. I almost felt guilty paying what they were asking, but I didn't set the price.
I like the greenery out front and the brass mail box.
The house is electrified, but I could not get the lights to turn on - a project for another day. The interior is kind of an eclectic mix with lots of Asian accessories.
The kitchen table is set for two.
Here is the plate shelf on one side of the kitchen
and the plate shelf on the other side. I like the little glass vase and the Wedgewood.
The living/dining area has a lot going on. An Asian inspired table and chairs, a Victorian fireplace, and lots of plants and accessories.
The upstairs bedroom has some more Asian accessories and a couple of tea sets.
There are also a few needlepoint pillows on the bed and a porcelain doll. An Asian style desk has some books, a framed picture and a working lamp.
The bathroom is decked out in off the counter Victorian fixtures. There are some nice accessories here too, mauve towels wash cloths, soap, plants, a framed picture and a brass ceiling fan.
The dining room has a large open cabinet with a grouping of ceramic serving dishes and pewter plates and a stein.
Here is a detail of one of the pewter tea sets.
Some of the plants in the living room bay window shelf.
The large needlepoint rug fills the entire living room floor and appears to be homemade.
Here is a detail of one of the tea sets in the master bedroom. It is sitting on a tarnished silver tray.
Here are some of the Asian accessories. The green vase with the dragon is marked "silver" on the bottom
There were a few miscellaneous items that came with the house including a gift basket of wine and cheese wrapped in cellophane