Daniel Harper’s Home
The two-story building itself isn't that large. As expected, the front door features a doggie-door. The bottom floor consists of a small, rarely-used kitchen, a guest room and bathroom, and a living room. The walls of the small front room and hallway are covered with various pictures, some of which feature himself as a puppy, along with a few of his animal form a couple years later. When questioned, Danny explains that he has a dog, but there isn't a single photo of himself and the 'beloved pet' anywhere in the house. The kitchen isn't all that fancy, with only the most basic appliances. The fridge is practically empty.
The guest room is rather plain. A king-sized bed rests in the corner with a quilt draped over it and various pillows stacked near the headboard. A bedside table rests next to it, and a dresser across from that topped with a television.
The living room is a little bit more ornate, with a large dark red, L-shaped couch on one side and a medium-sized television with an antique feel. A gray small loveseat in the corner is covered in long, black-and-white dog hair. Surprisingly, it's the only piece of furniture in the home that has pet hair.
The top floor, which is considerably smaller than the first, consists of Daniel's room and bathroom. Like the guest room downstairs, his room is very plain. There is a family photo from when he was just a baby on the bedside table. A few pictures of his mother, father, and other family members adorn the walls. There is a dresser on the opposite wall, though there isn't a t.v. in the room; only a radio.
The fenced-in yard seems larger than the house because it's so plain. A few toys are scattered about the green, and a small tree stands in the corner. There is a post driven into the ground with a long chain attached, though it has never been used. The house itself looks straight out of a magazine, with white siding, a black roof, and a dark, wooden platform of a porch. The porch is large enough to accommodate a set of chairs and a small,