Beautiful English Tudor nestled in the woods at the foot of a dead end street. You could not ask for more privacy. You can barely see this beautiful home from the road, with its circular driveway Most of the interior has custom built ins including the kitchen cabinets. There are 8 plus rooms, and once you review all the sizes you will see how truly large and open everything is. There are 3 full baths and two kitchens, two laundry areas, and the main level could easily have two good size bedrooms. The Den features two walls of sliding glass doors to enjoy the outdoors with all the lovely plants and bird feeders. The interior boasts wide pine floors, hardwood floors, cathedral wood ceilings with skylights and crown moldings. There is an extended living area on the lower level which could easily have one or two more bedrooms, plus an oversized kitchen/living room combination and a walk out to a farmers porch overlooking the wooded lot. This won’t last!
Beautiful Evergreen Preserves is this middle floor unit with two bedrooms. New flooring throughout and upgraded cabinets in the eat in kitchen. Beautiful living room with sliders to the deck overlooking the wooded lot. Laundry room in lower level. Very desireable complex and very well cared for. Offers if any should be emailed to listing agent no later then 6:00 PM on Thursday, May 6, allowing 48 hour response time.
Great opportunity for the investor or owner occupied. This two family is in great condition and with great rental income. Outside is an oversize one car garage with additional storage. Each unit has access to their own private basement. The first floor has an entrance in their unit with laundry hookups in the basement, and the second floor accesses the basement space from the exterior of building. Both units have their own private driveways. Each unit has three bedrooms, hardwood floors and their own private porch off the kitchen. Large eat in kitchens are an added plus. Second floor tenant is a TAW, however they would be happy to sign onto a lease as they have been living at the property since 2018 and is an excellent tenant. First floor is FHA by gas and the second floor unit has a gas wall unit plus electric baseboard heat. Great time to purchase some investment property that makes sense! Offers if any should be emailed by 3/16 at 5:00
One of the most important things you can do before you list your home for sale is to stage it. Home staging refers to arranging the home’s furnishings and decor so it looks as good as possible. In other words, you use the decor and furnishings to make the home look like a showroom, so buyers walk in and feel instantly at home. This can help your house sell more quickly and for a better price. If you’re interested in starting the home staging process, here’s how to do it.
1. Tackle the Clutter
Clutter is the enemy of a fast home sale. It makes a home look crowded and unkempt. Purge and clean until your home looks as empty as possible. This may mean sending some items to storage while the home’s on the market, but the more you can get out of the house, the better.
2. Arrange the Furniture Well
Next, change the arrangement of your furniture. Often you will need to remove some pieces to make the home look larger.
In the living areas, pull couches, chairs and tables away from walls to allow them to float in the room. This actually makes the room look larger and inviting. Use an area rug to create a chatting area.
In bedrooms, make sure there is plenty of space on the floor showing. Get rid of a nightstand or dresser if you need to temporarily, so the home looks larger.
3. De-Personalize the Home
As you go through your home to stage it, look for things that are highly personal to your family. Family pictures, children’s artwork, or an heirloom item that has meaning to you, but does not add to the home’s look, can all be removed. You want the home to look and feel like a perfectly staged model home, not your personal, comfortable space.
4. Keep it Neutral
If you need to paint a room or add a piece of decor, make it as neutral as possible. Again, this will help buyers feel at home, no matter what their personal tastes may be. Bright colors are best avoided when staging a home.
5. Clean and Repair
Cleaning your home as you stage it is unlike any other cleaning you have done. You need to clean it as deeply as you can so that it shines from top to bottom. This shows that you take care of your home, and makes buyers feel more confident that they won’t be purchasing a lemon. In addition, patch and repair anything you find, including holes and scratches in the paint.
Staging a home is a bit time consuming, but the rewards are worth the effort. About half of all buyers’ agents report that home staging changes how a buyer views a home. You want the buyer to have a positive experience in your home, so stage it well!