This landmark home is situated atop 40 acres, showcasing unprecedented craftsmanship and 360 degree views of rolling hills AND tall pine trees🌲🌲🌲. P.S. Just wait until you see the wrap around porch 😱 .
This property will be hitting the market 💥NEXT WEEK💥 So keep an eye out for pics, and call us at (208) 874-0088 for more details!
128 S Olive St, Nampa | 2 Bed | 1.5 Bath | 1,668 SQ FT | $199,900
Charming South Nampa home on a large corner lot has been updated throughout including electrical, newer kitchen with granite counters and tile flooring, tile shower and flooring in the main bathroom, newer roof, new concrete driveway and more! Original hardwood floors have been refinished. Two fireplaces plus a laundry chute! Large family room downstairs plus 3rd bedroom that doesn't meet egress. Tons of storage space! Fully-fenced front and back with RV parking. Great location just blocks from NNU!
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Designer Tip of the Month - February!
Today's Topic: Scale
Scale is probably one of those design elements that is not often talked about or thought about. But it does play an important role in how a finished design looks/feels. So how do you know if you ordered the right size sofa, coffee table, lighting fixtures, etc Then what about height Here are some tips to consider.
Size: A room that is larger in size can handle furniture and décor that is larger in scale. The opposite is also true. Smaller rooms need to be finished with smaller more delicate pieces.
Height: Higher ceilings can allow taller and more imposing furniture pieces, while low ceilings can only tolerate low furniture and décor. There can be some exceptions to this rule like using low, modern furnishings in a room with tall ceilings to achieve a dramatic effect.
Patterns: If the room is small, keep patterns to scale. Use smaller prints and less of them. A larger room can typically handle larger prints and more colors. If you have a small room but prefer a larger print, make sure to use it sparingly and pair it with more neutral furniture.
Scale can usually be easily felt if something is out of place in a room. Rearrange it, replace it or remove it until you get the desired feel you are after!
However, don’t be afraid to step out of the lines a bit for a more dramatic effect. Like the reference photo below. While the pendants are large, their scale is still proportional to the enormous island.
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Master bath shower! 🙌🏼 loving the marble look and herringbone floor! // February 2018
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Sq Ft: 2259
Bedrooms: 5, or 4 plus loft
We did it! Still plenty to do outside but inside already feels like home. Can’t wait to fill it up tomorrow. Thank you @oakleyhomebuilders! 😘😘
Flashback to one of our favorite properties to date 😍 #theHamptons
It’s almost Presidents Day, So WHY not #reduceprice on this new custom built home in Cumberland Estates 🏡NOW $325,000.00
Visit 113 Appalachian St in Caldwell this weekend between 1:00-3:00 PM
Floors are in and they have FAR exceeded my expectations. These floors were a last minute switch due to the fact that the flooring we had originally chosen was out of stock. Fortunately for us, we landed upon this LVP by Coastal Flooring. So so good. 👌🏻
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In case you haven't heard, there's more to see at Fraser Height's only new luxury single family home community!
Two NEW show homes are opening at Parkview Estates tomorrow at 12 noon. Visit us at 104 Ave & 165 St, Surrey!
We've shared about the kinds of projects we're working on this week... Lael Building Group can do it -- from a remodel project, addition, or a completely customized home! What changes are you dreaming about
Double tap this video if this is the back porch of your dreams! Perfect for both warm and cool weather, this custom outdoor kitchen/patio space has one amazing view ☀️
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This mirror is just wow! I really enjoy @appleseedsandsage and will go back to it for my future decor ideas
According to the latest Home Price Index from CoreLogic, home prices increased by 4.7% over the course of 2018.
Setting the Foundation | Leawood Pines...🏗
Every State in the Union will experience at least 2.0% appreciation according to CoreLogic forecasts, with the majority of the country gaining at least 4.0%!
The prediction for the country comes in at 4.6%.
For a median-priced home, that translates to over $14,000 in additional equity next year!
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How To List Your Home for the Best Price❓
If your plan for 2019 includes selling your home, you will want to pay attention to where experts believe home values are headed. According to the latest Home Price Index from CoreLogic, home prices increased by 4.7% over the course of 2018.
Real estate is local. Each state appreciates at different levels. The majority of the country saw at least a 2.0% gain in home values, while some residents in North Dakota and Louisiana may have felt prices slow slightly.
This effect will be short lived. In the same report, CoreLogic forecasts that every state in the Union will experience at least 2.0% appreciation, with the majority of the country gaining at least 4.0%! The prediction for the country comes in at 4.6%. For a median-priced home, that translates to over $14,000 in additional equity next year!
So, how does this help you list your home for the best price
Armed with the knowledge of how much experts believe your house will appreciate this year, you will be able to set an appropriate price for your listing from the start. If homes like yours are appreciating at 4.0%, you won’t want to list your home for more than that amount!
One of the biggest mistakes homeowners make is pricing their homes too high and reducing the price later when they do not get any offers. This can lead buyers to believe that there may be something wrong with the home, when in fact the price was just too high for the market.
Pricing your home right from the start is one of the most challenging parts of selling your home. Once you decide to list your house, let’s get together to discuss where home values are headed in your area!