Did the inspection today. I didn't. Some guys did.
While that was being done I walked through the house checking how it sounded in the various areas and rooms.
Using layman's terms, and not any measuring device other than my ears, this is what I got using my own voice, clapping my hands, and whistling:
What I intend to be the primary live room actually doesn't sound so bad as is. It has a nice short, even decay without any slap back as I expected it to have, and no boominess it seemed. The floor is carpet. Walls and ceiling are textured
dry wall. It's got sweet spots for sure. It won't need much, but some acoustic treatment I'm guessing to get a good balance sound out of. It is rectangle shaped. I didn't get physical measurements. It doesn't have a higher than standard ceiling but floor space is more than enough room for an 8 piece drum set to fit in, and have space to walk all the way around it without turning sideways to get by. I don't have an 8 piece drum set. Just an example. I think drums, guitars, acoustic or electrofied, and vocals are going to sound really good in there. Horns too I imagine.
The space I would of thought would make for good ambient acoustics, by the big fireplace is disappointing. It seems kind of dry, which was shocking to me, since it's a big brick fireplace and a tile floor. As it turns out, it's the dinning room that provides a good sounding lively reverb, but not overly so. It's rectangular in shape, tile floor, textured dry wall, and 1 extra large window.
Will try getting pix as things move along.