I’ve got a home to share with you that has some absolutely fantastic renovation ideas. It was built in the 1960s, but it has the look of a newly built property.
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I rarely feature my listings in these blogs, but today I wanted to share with you a home for sale that has some fantastic renovation ideas in it.
I was blown away when I walked into this 1960s home. From the time I stepped in the foyer, I could see I was in for a special treat. They had opened up the stairwell, making it light and bright. I could see from the foyer all the way into the dining room and living room.
In the living room, they had removed the ceiling, vaulted it, removed the wall between the dining room and living room, and made it a great open space for entertaining.
The powder room and laundry room had non-functional doors, which were removed and replaced with great, easy-to-use barn-style doors. They also removed a kitchen in the wall to make the space even bigger. They also kept the fantastic fireplace that adds a lot to the great ambiance.
If you were to build this house right now, it would cost you around $300,000.
The master bathroom looked fabulous without adding square footage. They also removed the floor and vanity and replaced it with gorgeous new pieces. Additionally, they put in new tile on the wall for the shower, and it looks fantastic now.
If you were to build this house in the Hammond Hills school district right now, it would probably cost you close to $300,000. Right now, you can get this home for $208,000. It’s a great buy.
If you have any questions about this home or about anything else related to real estate here in the CSRA, don’t hesitate to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.