Now that all the scaffolding is down, the builder was able to get a bobcat into the backyard and do additional grading on the backyard which really gives you a better sense of the space.
View from the carport.
View from the 2nd floor.
View from the 1st floor sitting room.
The MDF panels that make up the interior center core of the of the house that extends up to the 2nd floor is almost all installed.
The metal roof is on the main structure and it looks great.
On the interior, tape and floating has started on drywall.
The stucco painting has been delayed since the original colors picked didn’t quite look right. Some new samples are going to be painted and hopefully get started next week.
Drywall is almost done and the interior “cleaned” to get up most of the drywall dust and debris off the ground.
The exterior brick on the back end of the house and screen in porch is almost wrapped up.
If the weather holds, exterior stucco painting and roof installation will start next week.
The vertical wood siding on the front of the house started this week.
The brick work around the entry and guest house is essentially finished.
The work has moved around to the patio and backyard area.
On the interior, the trim work around all the windows and doors is almost wrapped up which will allow the drywall work to start.
Lots of good progress on the exterior this week and the stucco should start next week as well.
When I went yesterday morning, there was a crew on site so we swung by today to see the progress.
The guest suite is almost completely clad in brick.
I was able to get a better shot of the wood over the entry way.
The wood around the entire house is almost complete as well.
Brick work continued and the exterior wood installation has also started.
This is a view of the wood ceiling in what will be the screened in patio.
Here is the installation outside the front door entry area.
In addition, the stucco should also start in the next week. It is starting to feel like a house with all the exterior work.