The bathroom is not very well planned out (speaking from a design standpoint) so the toilet/sink are bottlenecked at the back. That little area is STUFFED with...stuff...the medicine cabinet, sink cabinet and little wicker furniture thingy are cram-packed with everything a person might ever need. Such as used toothbrushes, used contact lens cases, pads from 1987, etc. etc. And every spare surface is covered with doilies or blankets. There are so many rugs that some are hanging from the towel racks. I took pictures because I needed to rearrange *everything* to put our own things away so that I would know where to put stuff back when we leave.
In going through the cabinets, I feel like I know the people who grew up with this place as their summer house in the 70's. They like to throw *really* big parties with lots of food and lots of booze. Every cabinet was jam-packed like this. Even the freezer was fully stocked with bags of ice and freezy cups. The fridge had some beer and some juice and loads of condiments. The closets are packed to the gills like this. There are random pieces of furniture all over the house that are filled like this with stuff. I found every possible thing I could need to have a cocktail party for 50. They had a whole cabinet crammed full of spices from the 90's. It was truly amazing. I don't think I realized how much I like living with little until we walked in here and tried to make it suit our needs. All this stuff really bears down, crowds in and suffocates.