Home for sale in Clovelly Trails – 41 Veitch Crescent

41 veitch cres** SOLD** 41 Veitch Crescent is located on a child friendly crescent in Clovelly Trails. This 3 bedroom two story home is tastefully appointed throughout and meticulously maintained. Open concept first floor is bright, inviting and perfect for entertaining with crown mouldings, propane fireplace and upgraded banister. Kitchen includes ceramic backsplash, island, contemporary lighting and stainless steel appliances. Fully developed basement with upgraded lighting and surround sound system. Basement also includes great storage space, laundry with additional built in cupboards and craft area. Additional upgrades include central vacuum on all 3 floors and professionally landscaped stonework. Beautiful southern exposure combined with a spacious, fully fenced backyard and childrens play structure provides opportunities for family enjoyment. Superb location close to golf course, day care centers and major shopping area. On bus route to Mary Queen of Peace and St. Pauls schools. Asking price $404,900.  MLS:188388  Contact Fraser or Stephen Winters for more information.

 

New home for sale in St. John’s East End 28 Cambridge Ave

3 bedroom bungalow located on a large lot.  Spacious and bright above ground one bedroom in-law apartment with separate entrance. New roof shingles 2009.  This property has some newer vinyl windows. The carpet in upstairs was installed in 2009.  28 Cambridge Ave is located in East End St. John’s close to all amenities. (2 mins from Stavanger Drive and the Outer Ring) Great price in a great location. Asking price is $229,000.

For more information call Fraser and Stephen Winters.

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4 Simple Ways to make your home irressistible

February 8, 2010 · Filed Under Home Maintenance, Tips for Selling your Home · Comments Off 

There are dozens of ways to make your property more enticing to potential buyers.  For example, you can invest in  getting your home professionally “staged”, which involves making it look a little like a model home.  Or, you can do a major renovation to improve your home‘s look and value.

But what if you don’t have a lot of time and are on a limited budget? What can you do today to make your home irresistible to buyers tomorrow?  Here are some ideas:

1. Paint
It doesn’t cost much to paint key areas of your home, like the foyer, kitchen or master bedroom.  Yet the impression it makes on buyers is significant. In fact, compared to most other types of home improvement projects, painting gives you the highest payback when you sell.

2. Create space
Homes naturally get cluttered over the years.  Even a double car garage can seem claustrophobic if there are a lot of boxes, equipment and other items stored in it.  Go through each room of your home and do a major decluttering.  It will  make your property seem more attractive and, when you sell, make moving easier too!

3. Clean and tidy
Obviously, you’re going to make sure your home is clean for viewings. But you’d be surprised what a homeowner can miss and a buyer notices. Closets, laundry rooms, side yard, basement furnace room and all other nooks and crannies should be as tidy and clean as possible.

4. Roll out the red carpet
Not an actual red carpet! But you do want the entrance way to your front door and into the foyer to make the best impression possible.  After all, those are the areas that a buyer sees first. Make sure walkways are clear and clean. Ensure that when a buyer opens the front door and walks in, the impression he or she gets is that of a great looking place to live.

These four tips don’t take much time or money to implement. Yet, they can all help make your home even more irresistible to buyers than it is today.

Want more tips on preparing your home for sale?  Curious to know the value of your home? Contact Fraser and Stephen Winters today for a FREE home market evaluation.