Listed by: Christina Warden, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's Int'l
*$4k Buyer Allowance with accepted contract before March 15, 2018. * Spacious & bright luxurious Bluffs at Heritage. Chef's dream kitchen with granite, stone back-splash, serving bar. Master suite, study, guest room down with 2 beds, playroom, media room up. Crown molding, hand scraped hardwoods, plantation shutters. Fab floor plan. Oversized corner lot has large back yard with outdoor kitchen, fireplace. Short walk to Elem. School. HOA amenities include clubhouse, weight room, sports courts, water park, trails & more.
Property data is courtesy of the NTREIS Multiple Listing Service.
This is not intended to solicit property currently
listed. The information contained herein is furnished by the
owner to the best of his/her knowledge, but is subject
to verification by the purchaser, and agent assumes no
responsibility for the correctness thereof. The sale offering is made subject to errors,
omissions, change of price, prior sale, or withdrawal
without notice. In accordance with the Law, this property is offered
without respect to race, color, creed, national
origin, sex, familial status or disability.
*Square footage is to be verified by purchaser prior to closing.
Cindy's Selling Tips
Mentally prepare to sell. The first thing in getting your home ready to sell is to "de-personalize it". This helps to get you in the proper mindset to be most effective. Read more at Getting Ready to Sell.
Make sure that your front door is at its very best. Paint or refinish it if needed. Make sure all the brass work is polished bright. Fix that broken doorbell! Add a seasonal wreath, if possible. The front door should welcome buyers to your home! Read more at Fixing the Exterior of Your House.
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A Few Real Estate Terms
Material defect - Any defect in a specific property that could either affect a buyer's decision to purchase it or affect the property's value, such as a cracked foundation.
Trustee - A legally empowered person who holds or controls a piece of property for another person.
Principle of progression - An appraisal term which states that real estate of lower value is enhanced by the proximity of higher-end properties.
See many more terms in Cindy's glossary.