A man found an old house for sale. The house was on the outskirts of a small village in the area and clearly needed considerable investment and work. However, the new owner drew up an action plan in advance and, in just two years, transformed the dacha into a house that could easily have made the cover of an architecture magazine. The man also filmed the entire reconstruction process on video, describing in detail each stage of the work and roughly calculating the costs. Initially, the man liked the old dacha for its convenient location and large plot.
A country road that passes not far from the house leads to the highway, but the noise of cars is not heard here. It took a while to clear the site, everything was overgrown with bushes and even small trees. When the restoration began, the house only had clean walls. The owner immediately bricked up a window, dismantled all the old frames. Some walls also had to be repaired – it seems that the previous owners wanted to completely dismantle the house at some point.
The man slightly reduced the window openings and inserted plastic frames with thick glass, which will keep warm in winter. The roof and the entire upper part of the house, a kind of mezzanine, had to be completely changed. But the man coped with this work quickly, he already had experience in construction work. The cleaned brick walls were covered with insulation. The house was supposed to be used in both summer and winter. Of course, it was impossible to leave the walls in this form, so the man decided to cover them with decorative panels. And it turned out to be the perfect solution.
Light panels with a decorative structure were installed on metal rails, the installation did not take much time. The house immediately took on a “commodity” look. The man filmed the entire process of installation and description of the work on video: Of course, the restoration work on the old dacha took time. But buying it was still a good idea – a house in this condition costs a lot more.