Tag Archives: Tile

Cascades Furnished Home For Rent

23 Feb

Cascades Furnished Home For Rent.  Gorgeous turnkey LIMOGE builder’s model features spectacular lake views from the family room and large master bedroom.  Professionally decorated with lots of built-in area in spacious family room, neutral 18″ ceramic tile in living areas.

Nicely done gourmet kitchen cabinets, breakfast area, accordion hurricane shutters.  This lovely home features 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, dining room area with great view of the wide lake. Natural gas range and interior heating, appliance home warranty plan, plenty of closet space, two car garage, screened lanai overlooking beautiful lake.  This home is located in Cascades a 55+ resort lifestyle manned-gated community offering 24 hours service for privacy.  The Cascades offers it’s own 9-hole golf course, 10 lighted Har-Tru Tennis Courts, a  26,000 sq.ft. Clubhouse, outdoor pool & spa, fitness center, sauna, multi-purpose ballroom, media room, library, available to enjoy year round and much more! The community is conveniently located, minutes away from theaters, houses of worship, great restaurants, movie theaters, post offices and hospitals.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Serving Locally and Globally.  View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Advertisements

Top 5 Ways To Increase Your Home’s Value

14 Jul

We all want our homes to look appealing to make visitors take a second look; but where do you spend your money to increase value And look good And stand out?

1.An updated kitchen. Kitchens are critical because people want lots of workspace to cook and socialize. Buyers look for solid surface counters, updated appliances and high-quality flooring, such as wood, laminate, tile or stone. It also doesn’t hurt if it opens onto another room; families are looking for openness to communicate. It won’t hurt if you have a picturesque window or several windows to allow light in. Will it sell faster, Yes!

2.Natural materials. People are looking for ceramic tile, hardwood floors, and granite. In floor coverings — especially bathrooms or kitchens — look for ceramic tile or wood rather than linoleum, which can become worn and tear.  In the rest of the house choose wood or laminate products over wall-to-wall carpeting.

3.Curb appeal. First impressions are everything. There is nothing better than pulling up to a home with a manicured lawn and a splash of color. A house that appears tidy and well-cared-for will sell more quickly and for more money. A good first appearance can add as much as 10 percent to the value of the home.

4.Basement. A finished basement adds more value simply because of the space. People love the fact that they can “go somewhere and hide” or have that man-cave; and many parents love a place where teenagers can be in another part of the home, not seen or heard!

5.Lots of storage. Nothing beats an oversized garage, some attic space and plenty of closets. If you have a two-car garage you are in the forefront for “SOLD”; do you have extra space for those things we all have — bicycles, lawn mower, snow blower and just extra junk? No matter if you’re single or married, Space is important.

Now on the flip side, contrary to what many people believe there are things that can alter your property value;

• A pool. Pools in most parts of the country don’t automatically raise the value of your home; It’s constant upkeep, they get cracks, when the equipment goes down it’s expensive to replace and the liability is high

• Outdated appliances or systems. Who wants an electrical system or plumbing system incapable of handling modern conveniences?

• Stale or overly personal decor. Sure, red is a hot wall color right now but a complete red room? It won’t appeal to everyone. Most home sellers will change the colors to something muted but then you have those who want to remain purple and electric green for the sake of individual design.

About the Author: Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Servicing:  Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Vero Beach,  Hutchinson Island, Fort Pierce,  Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Coast, Neptune Beach, Amelia Island, Atlantic Beach, Fernandina Beach, Saint Johns, Saint Augustine, Daytona Beach, Fleming Island and New York real estate.

View thousands of listings  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Merlot Floor Plan Sold in March

11 Apr

404 NW Shoreview Drive

Magnificent 3 Bedrooms and 2.5 Baths, spacious Merlot floor plan with expanded screened lanai overlooking wide lake.  Home features granite kitchen counters, upgraded cabinets with pull out slider drawers for easy access, upgraded appliances.  18″ diagonal ceramic tile throughout living areas except bedrooms.  Formal dining room, living room, family room and customized wet bar overlooking beautiful lake.

Authors:  Carlos and Millie Gil, Broker-Owners of Bold Real Estate Group. Preview Cascades inventory at www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com

%d bloggers like this: