If you haven’t heard, I’ve taken on a 3,500 sq ft, physical brick house of a project over the last few months. The home is located near Seattle in Bremerton, a town that I think is poised for growth that I love living in.
I began the remodel in May, and have relocated from the Bay Area to take a bit of time off work to get my hands dirty.
You can learn more about my home remodel at vagabuilding.com, a blog I’ve set up specifically for the fixer upper and co-living project.
3 thoughts on “My real-life “growth” project: The Co-Living Space Remodel”
Wow, it looks great—congratulations and good luck! I am working two days a week in Bremerton, and would love to stop by and see it (and you) in person. Can you give me the address? Also, what would be a good time? We could compare building project experiences! Again, best of luck, and I hope to see you soon!
All the best,
Hi Mr. Hjerrild,
That would be great! I’d love to catch up. I’ll reach out to Ben to get your email address and we can communicate then. Looking forward to rendezvousing after all these years!
Very cool, love this idea. Would love to keep in touch on how it goes.