looks like an addition is being constructed on this home. The work seems to be stalled at this time, no workers or evidence of tenants.
obviously a new gate will be needed
and a pile of turf to be used
photos taken: 24/03 just before the lockdown on the 27th
Too bad it stands still.
It seems a nice place to live.
Greetings from Patricia.
Em fase de crescimento.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Sad to see so much coming to a halt. Here in our grocery store I was surprised baskets were allowed again. And people kept the distance at the cash out anyways - sadly only there...ReplyDelete
Warm and sunny here - hope in your place, too, have a great day, Bill :-)
Interesting enlargement of a house, that turf is used for heating?ReplyDelete
Yes, it's for heating.Delete
Much still to be done. Maybe they ran out of money. It boggles the mind that peat is still being burned.ReplyDelete
Okay new family member born just build a new room. I like that.ReplyDelete
This home needs lots of TLC.ReplyDelete
...you can't get a building permit here at the moment.ReplyDelete
Let's hope it gets finished after the virus goes, well hopefully.ReplyDelete
Looks a promising house.
Judging from the second photo, I think the workers are tired.ReplyDelete
Hello, looks like a great addition to the home. I hope they are able to get it finished. Take care, wishing you a great day!ReplyDelete
Someone ran out of money :-(ReplyDelete
I was very surprised at the interesting heating options in Ireland. But I think it takes a lot of work ...
Greetings and good Easter for you.
Did Covid stop construction? Everything is halted here.ReplyDelete
Happens like that here, people build an extension. I did many years agoReplyDelete
Great photos Bill. The addition matches the original architecture, and looks good. Housing construction is still allowed here in Connecticut US, despite our Lock Down, because it is considered an essential service.ReplyDelete
Misschien hadden ze geen geld meer or maybe because of the coronavirus may no longer work there …ReplyDelete
Have a nice afternoon Bill!
Lots of promise for that house. We still have construction crews at work in NC. I worry about them as a friend is concerned.ReplyDelete
I like how they continued the style of the old building.ReplyDelete
It looks like they are doing a good job of matching up the new to the old.ReplyDelete
Looks like the place has been around for a long time.It's been fairly well kept up.ReplyDelete
Someone's plans have gone out the window! Hopefully the delay won't be too long.ReplyDelete
Oh I wish they can go back to finishing it soon. But I have to say I love how the structure looks identical to the original portion, if it's finished I think it will look like it has been built the same time :)ReplyDelete
Looks like a way to go on this one Bill, but it has so much potential, bet it will look amazing when finished. happy Easter weekend ✨ReplyDelete
All construction halted courtesy of the nasty virus. I wonder how we are all going to get back to normal, it's such a strange life right now. Happy Easter anyway.... stay safe, stay well, stay away from other people.ReplyDelete
It has a certain charm definitely.ReplyDelete
Debe de quedar muy bien, cuando esté completamente restaurada.ReplyDelete
Hopefully the house will be finished sometime because it can be very nice.ReplyDelete
it'll be good to see it at the end.ReplyDelete
Construction looks almost finished. Just the details here and there. Interesting looking house.ReplyDelete
I bet it will be a very nice home once it is completed.ReplyDelete
The symmetry is wonderful. It will be a lovely home. I wish we had peat here. I have such great memories of the scent.ReplyDelete
Amazing how the world has been grounded.ReplyDelete
It may have been stalled for a while? It looks like there's some dampness seeping up into the new brickwork.ReplyDelete
Looks like it will match whenever they finish it.ReplyDelete
Hope it becomes a beautiful house in future. Wish life turn back to normal soon.ReplyDelete
In our city, construction continues, which baffles me.ReplyDelete
In limbo like all of us...ReplyDelete
Hopefully they'll finish it. I'd love to see the before and after photos.ReplyDelete
Definitely a work in progress.ReplyDelete