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Love at First “Site” (outside)

Love at First “Site”
Does it make sense if we said flipping Bunker Hill was love at first site, but not love at first sight? You can’t blame us either – the home was the neighborhood eyesore. Passerby’s would first notice that: the yard was so overgrown you almost couldn’t see the house (now that I think about it, this may have been a redeeming quality)
– The cedar siding was rotting
– Part of the roof had fallen (thank you! 2011 snowstorms)
-An outside storage cellar with a ground level roof was collapsing
-An entire section of the driveway was missing

About LoveAtFirstSite

Some people love dogs, some people love cars, but not me. I love dirt. I'm pretty sure it's not the first thing you think when you see me, but it's true--I really love dirt. Although, I'm picky about where my dirt comes from. Construction sites are perfect, backyards are OK, but the streets of NYC not so much. So now that you know that I love dirt, you may want to know why. I've been on and off construction sites since I was little. And here's a picture to prove it. I recently quit my public relations job in NYC in the pursuit of cleaner dirt. I love home renovations and remodeling, and I've been working closely with my dad who has been in the business for 40 plus years to learn everything I can. I’m also a full-time residential real estate agent in the Greater Fairfield area. I’m dragging my fiancé, Neil, along for the ride too. For those of you who know us, thanks for reading. And for those of you who don’t, welcome to our house flipping, home remodeling, suburbanite lives! Alana Brier | Newtown, CT | 203.304.4235 |


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