I took a lot of photos, and in this post, there are 133 of them (assuming I don't go over the max character limit for a post). The "tour" will be done by room (in sections).
MAIN HALLWAY (with staircase to go upstairs):
To the right (let's call this the "Front Room")
To the left is the Living Room
A spare original casing I found outside.
Heating vent halfway through the door.
In Living Room (LR) looking into Front Room:
(Note the vanity top, which I got from work for free, will be going into the upstairs bathroom).
Door to garage:
Door(s) leading up to upstairs laundry room/kitchen:
LAUNDRY ROOM / KITCHEN:
Upstairs hallway (view from Laundry Room looking into master bedroom) also shows the door in the centre, which is the main staircase downstairs (pics farther down). To the left is the large L shaped front bedroom.
Same but different angle showing washroom door.
L SHAPED BEDROOM (Front):
The old windows need to get replaced soon.
This closet is very shallow (I'll be enlarging it soon) and it used to have an arched doorway at some point. It also has the chimney on the right side.
There's a bit of water damage, but it seems confined to a small area around the top of the chimney. I plan to eventually remove the entire chimney since it's serving no purpose, other than taking up space.
I have lovingly knick-named this the "dead hooker bathroom" because it's the type of really dross dirty bathroom you see in movies where they'd find a dead body or something. This room is currently being gutted down to the drywall.
Door to staircase (and side cubby-hole next to the door to the master bedroom).
This was previously two decently sized rooms, turned into one huge room. It's 21 feet long, to give you an idea.
Damaged original door.
Main staircase (showing front door open):
The main staircase is just terrible. The steps are angled wrong, and it's not really safe. I'll eventually replace it with a nice wooden one.
Down the stairs and looking to the left, looking into the power room, with the bathroom to the left corner.
Shower, which I can't even stand in...
With door shut.
Looking out from the bathroom door.
Small (fairly useless) cubby hole.
No idea where this door went.
Detail of beam (logs):
Hot water tank.
And this is where the thermostat was installed. Yes that's right, the controls for the heat in the whole house was tacked to a beam in the basement. Oy.
Lastly, this is the cubby cabinet in the kitchen, which shows where the chimney ends. I assume they used to have a wood burning oven at the time.
The house is pretty freakin' old. The studs are ACTUALLY 2 inches thick (hardwood too), and I found old knob and tube wiring, which was largely phased-out in the 1930s. It would be fun at some point to find out if there's any history available on the house (old plans, photos, etc).