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Historic Elmwood Village home with spacious walk-up attic, partially finished basement and 3-car garage. Well maintained by current long-time owners & fantastic opportunity for buyer seeking a home they can make their own in convenient, walkable location. Beautiful woodwork greets you upon entering its gracious foyer, leading to extremely large living room. Glass-paned pocket doors connect to dining room & butlers pantry. Rare dry, partially finished basement. Furnace ready for AC extension. Eligible for historic tax credits.
UPDATES INCLUDE: FURNACE, HWT, PORCH, CHIMNEY POINTING, 3RD FLOOR & GLASS BLOCK BASEMENT WINDOWS.
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The most discerning buyers will cherish this exceptionally maintained & updated home in sought-after Willow Ridge neighborhood. A professional touch & inspiring use of patterns bring charm to every surface. Exquisite, remodeled kitchen opens to sunken family room which leads out to patio with extended seating in park-like backyard complete with fully-fenced yard & beautiful gardens. Incredible storage throughout + dry basement. Showings begin Saturday, March 2.
UPDATES INCLUDE: A/C, ELECTRIC PANEL, & BACK STORM DOOR (2018), DRIVEWAY (2017), KITCHEN & GARAGE DOOR (2015), BOILER (2014), 2ND FLOOR WINDOWS (2012), 1/2 BATH (2011), TEAR-OFF ROOF (2008 & 2014) AND MORE.
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Studies say humans are bad at prioritizing long-term goals over instant gratification. It doesn’t take a scientist to explain why I might put off other things, such as doing my dishes. Those are annoying and kind of gross, and the primary reward is just being able to use them in the future. Still, at a certain point, the anxiety of not having done these tasks surpasses the annoyance of doing them in the first place. That’s an entirely predictable cycle that many otherwise productive people find themselves in when it comes to simple household jobs: A chore that I could feel good about completing in 10 minutes instead stresses me out for days or weeks.
New Year. New hustle. What can your agent do for you?
If you are looking to sell this year, waiting until the spring to list your home means you will have the greatest competition among buyers. However, that does not mean buyers are not ready before March/April. Many are out there even in this cold weather hoping to catch something great before the Spring rush.
Beat the rush of housing inventory that will enter the market by listing your home soon. Read why at this Keeping Current Matters article.
Searching for your open concept mid-century stunner? This is your chance with this well maintained Cape. Its spacious living room boasts visible sight lines to kitchen & dining room. Hardwoods under carpets in half of living room and 1st floor bedrooms/hallway. Screened in patio and large fully fenced yard includes 2 sheds for additional storage. Updated mechanicals + air conditioning & all vinyl windows. Kitchen appliances stay with home.
UPDATES INCLUDE: A/C (2017), FRIDGE (2013), MOST WINDOWS (2012), FURNACE (2008) & FIREPLACE INSERT (2001).
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With more months of winter ahead of us, most of us will be spending a lot of time indoors. This time of year can be especially busy, but if you take a little time each weekend and tackle a few of these chores, you may avoid costly repairs. They are mostly indoor tasks, and shouldn’t take up too much time.
Clothes dryer - check on vents and hoses for lint
HVAC - vacuum and dust, replace filter
Faucet aerator – clean
Door locks - lubricate
Garbage disposal - crush ice (sharpens), baking soda and citrus fruit rinds (freshens)
Range hood fan - check and clean
Stove & oven: clean
Fridge: vacuum behind & clean coils
Plumbing - check for leaks on supply lines to sinks and toilets, clean main water line shutoff valve exterior
Tile - seal the grout. (Do this every 6 months)
Fire extinguisher - place near kitchen, check charge.
Buy foam-cup covers for outdoor faucets - commonly sold at hardware stores and provide a cheap insurance policy that will help keep exposed pipes from freezing
Check attic for signs of moisture
Electric: clean circuit breakers
Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors: inspect, clean and test (January is a good time to replace the batteries in all your detectors.)
Getting your house ready for winter doesn’t need to be an expensive or difficult job. Complete these essential winter maintenance tasks for a warm and comfortable season.
Welcome to 214 Breezewood Commons. You have never seen a cleaner or better maintained property! Come enjoy easy living w an HOA to maintain and watch over your home while home or away. Modern kitchen w large island and new appliances opens to eat-in kitchen. Don't miss the incredible light flooding through the skylights and sliding doors into the kitchen, dining and living rooms. Possible dining space in living room w gas fireplace.Three large bedrooms include master suite w double closets and spacious bathroom w marble tile, soaking tub, shower and double sinks. 2-car garage + common areas parking for guests. Insulation added in walls. All appliances will remain, including front-loading washer/dryer. Furniture can also stay with home. UPDATES W/IN 8 YEARS: FURNACE & A/C, WINDOWS, HWT, ALL APPLIANCES, SUMP & BACKUP