If you plan on staying in this house a while, just live in it for a at least a few months, then make a list of things that would make the house more your own or just make it more comfortable to live in with your life style.
Any "new to you house" if it's an older home will have things that need to be repaired. If you rush into spending money on something that's not broken and the moneys gone it can be hard coming up with the money to do an expencive project like replacing a leaking roof for an example.
Keep in mind anyone selling a house is not going to tell you the flaws only the pluses and even a home inspector can miss some items.
Intil you have lived in the home your not going to know if breakers trip, lights dim, roof leaks, strange smells, hot water is never hot enough, home will not heat or cool enough.
Any new home owner I've ever met wants to start changing things inside the house first.
It's far better start to check the far more important things first, condition of roof, siding, insulation, HVAC, condition of windows, foundation, plumbing, wiring. If there all fine then make a prioritized list of future projects.