Here's where we will be living starting this summer!
Note the big porch and the little balcony above it (which is off the master bedroom). The porch overlooks the main street in town, which is the site of the local parades.
Inside, there is a long (25'x13') living room and a very wide stair case up (I think it's so wide as to be handicapped accessible) to the bedrooms, the sun room, and the bathroom. Yes, I said "the" bathroom. The other side has a 13'x13' room that we're probably going to use as the playroom - the doorway you see in the background of the following picture has beautiful doors that go in it, but they just need shaved a little to fit. We'll put them in to try to manage the escape of the toys.
Upstairs are three bedrooms (Jonathan picked one in the back of the house to be his and Andrew's), the bathroom (again, note the use of the word "the"), and the sun room. The next picture shows the sun room doors (bathroom and master bedroom are to the left). We are thinking about making the sun room into a prayer room - a nice designated spot for quiet time, Bible reading, and prayer. What a crazy thing to have, right there in the parsonage, eh?
This is the balcony. It hasn't been used in years, but we plan on using it. And why not? I always have wanted a balcony; I even used to climb out Garrick's window to sit on the (not-really-a) balcony over the entryway of the fraternity house where we had some chairs set up (it was also a decent place from which to launch watermelons ala Dave Letterman, but not as good for launching the huge bags of spoiled milk - the second floor window was a much better place for that pursuit, but I digress).
And, yes, if you look carefully in the upper right corner of the picture, that is indeed a bird nest in the window. There's another around the corner (in another master bedroom window), and it has an egg in it.