Stunningly beautiful. Rarely will you find such attention to detail as the owner has put into this little jewel box of a home.
Living room ceiling was opened to create a cathedral effect. Kitchen wall was widened to living room. Saltillo-look porcelain tile throughout. Custom-made cabinets in kitchen and bath. Concrete counter tops, new stainless appliances and a gorgeous wall of green tile in the completely redesigned cook's heaven.
New French doors, plank ceiling, laundry cabinet with new stacking washer and dryer in the dining room.
Hall has raised ceiling, restored built-in cabinet and new sky light. Walk-in closets in both bedrooms.
We put this house on the market on a Thursday and allowed agents to schedule showings at 30 minute intervals on Saturday. We received three offers at or above the list price. We accepted an offer for $15,000 above the list price. We found that this method maximized the market exposure for the house and motivated the buyers to make aggressive offers. We minimized the number of people in the house at any one time, which in important when selling a house in the time of coronavirus. This was also convenient for the seller, who only had to leave the house for one three-hour period during the compressed showing schedule.
Sold for $235,000 on September 4, 2020.