Except for the fence.
An entire section had sagged away from one of the 4x4 fence posts. I didn't want the new owner to be greeted by that; it's no way to begin with a new neighbor. Besides that, I think good fences make good strangers as well as good neighbors -- sagging fences and open gates send a message that might prove too tempting for some unfortunate person.
I found some little 2 x 4blocks of wood and got out the good hammer,* salvaged the old nails and tacked the thing back together. The repair was pretty quick and didn't fall apart overnight, which makes me happy.
* The good hammer for this is a lightweight Japanese framing hammer with a long handle, a long nose and a redesigned claw. It's also got a magnet to hold the nail for the first hit. Light enough for me to swing easily, it's heavy enough to sink nails in a few hits and has a waffle-pattern face that prevents slippage.