Greenhouse that came with new home...help?
I'm looking for some guidance with a greenhouse that is attached to my new home. I was an avid gardener up until a couple years ago -- two moves have kept me busy, and my perennial gardens are now with a home I no longer own. In the past I enjoyed wintersowing seeds and creating beds with the plants. I've never gotten into annuals much, or vegetables other than a tomato plant here and there.
My new house has a small greenhouse attached lean-to style on the side. It's an Everlite, and looks to be many years old. The glass is in reasonable shape, it needs to be cleaned. The structure has power, but no lighting other than a dead fluorescent light. It looks like it may have had water at one point or another, but doesn't seem to work now. There's hand wheels to open the top, appears to be a motor that can be attached to one side. A thermostat is hanging loose against the wall. A heating duct enters from the inside of the house, there's a damper that has it closed off. So it appears it could be heated, and temperature controlled to some degree.
I imagine the motor and other systems are very old, and don't believe the previous owner used them (they were in the house since 1995).
I'm not sure if this can be made functional, or not. Or really, even where to start. I can see myself wanting to grow something in here, maybe lettuce or tomatoes, or ??? -- I'm not even really sure what the options are. I guess the structure needs a rehab, but I'm not sure where to begin.