My first project is the bathrooms. Only one full bath and one half bath are functional. One of the full baths on the second floor needs a drain pipe replaced, the pipe that runs from the second floor to the basement. It looks like we will be opening part of the kitchen wall for this repair.
The full bath on the third floor hasn’t been used for 45 years. I turned on the water to that bathroom but I barely got a trickle. And the drains are completely clogged. That tub was replaced in 1960. But I'm told the sink and toilet are original from 1897. I think the wise thing to do is to take up the floor and replace all the plumbing in that bathroom.
That bathroom floor may be a problem. Originally I thought it was a linoleum sheet. But after closer inspection, it turns out to be some sort of poured floor. It’s about ¾” thick. If anyone has experience in removing such a floor, I would sure like to hear about it.