Homeowners!...well, in a few weeks

Here's a photo of the house that we are in the process of buying (the photographer is lopsided, not the house). For more pictures, click on the link to the right entitled "view/download photos" and you'll find our house album. Much has happened since the previous post. The original house we made an offer on didn't pan out. The owners were in the middle of a divorce and things were very complicated--one party wanted to sell at a price we were happy with, but the other wouldn't budge. We felt that God definitively closed that door, so we moved on to this house, which had come in a very close second.

We are so excited about the central location--very close to all kinds of shopping (walking distance to several places), right across the street from a park, within biking distance to the Cryders and to downtown. We have plenty of room for guests, so start planning your National Park and ski trips.


At 5:50 PM, October 15, 2006, Anonymous Allie S. said...

hey, congratulations! love that yard and it is so nice to have a finished basement. what a perk! hope you are enjoying it all.

At 6:17 AM, October 16, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Sutherland's! Congratulations!! I know you will use your home to fill it with people and reach out to the community. I thrilled that the home buying process went so quickly for you guys!!-Heidi

At 8:42 AM, October 16, 2006, Anonymous Daisy said...

Nice pictures!!
It really looks like it is in move in condition!
That garage patio (with furniture) is nice, I also like the littel window box.

At 7:20 AM, October 17, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats on your new house!


At 8:27 AM, October 19, 2006, Blogger chaps said...

This is so wonderful guys! I bet Bridger loves that yard and park! He can "show" Asher around once he is mobile!
We are praying for your closing.

At 10:39 PM, October 21, 2006, Blogger Scott Reavely said...

Congratulations on your new house. Where are you planting a church in Missoula? I grew up in Corvallis, MT. I am a pastor in Oregon. I came out here for seminary and always thought I'd make it back. Congratulations! May the Lrod bless your church plant.

At 12:54 PM, October 23, 2006, Blogger Rachel said...

Hi Scott,

Thanks for the comment. We don't really have a "spot" in Missoula yet, because we're just beginning to gather people, but our vision is to be in the city proper where we see the most need. Thanks for checking us out and let us know if you're ever in Missoula.


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