Bethany (muliebrity) wrote in thequestionclub,

My grandparents are in their late 70s, and though I love them dearly, I know they won't be around forever. What will remain, though, is their house (assuming they don't sell it in the near future, but that seems unlikely). The house is wonderful--it's a historically protected home, it's on an acre and a half, it has a huge garden, it's where my mom and her whole family grew up. More than anything I want this house to stay in the family when my grandparents pass away. How should I bring this up to them? Ideally I'd like to get the house because I have the time and energy to invest in the upkeep. However, I'd be happy if it went to any family member so long as their intent was not to sell it. I just don't want to bring it up and sound greedy or like I want them to die, because that's not it at all. Any suggestions?
  • Post a new comment


    Comments allowed for members only

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded