|$670,000.00 6 bedrooms, 4 baths, 4,875 of finished SqFt, 5,407 Total SqFt|
|What do you value? Privacy, acreage, large living spaces, an array of flex spaces, Mountain views among huge Ponderosa Pines? Check off all those boxes and more. Here come see the best street in the Pinery! You have an executive size 2-acre lot plus Hardiplank siding and a tile roof - most Pinery homes have cedar siding and asphalt roofs. Loft-like open feel with soaring ceilings and 6 skylights, great room with gleaming hardwoods anchored by a fireplace and built-in entertainment center can accommodate multiple living arrangements. Kitchen boasts stainless appliances with newer double ovens, maple cabs, tile counter, and fantastic breakfast nook. Sprawling master has room size closet, deck access and remodeled bath with cherry cabs and jacuzzi tub. Splendid dining room can fit the largest of tables.1452 SF of porch/deck for unlimited outdoor living options. Basement features large rec room with wet bar that walks out to a large patio, 5 bedrooms/flex spaces, workshop, huge storage & energy efficient 5 heating zones.|
Appreciate quality? You'll be proud to bring your friends and family into this 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 1381 finished SF tri-level home that is almost completely updated inside.
Built in 1996 this pristine home is nestled on a perfect lot at the back of Saddlebrook Farms, which is a story-book setting to begin with, featuring white picket fences, flat walkable streets, and huge trees. To top it off, this home backs to vast open space with walking trails. Very private!
The kitchen boasts Oak cabinets with brand new LG stainless steel appliances, stainless steel sink, and pantry. The breakfast nook walks out to the large deck and lower flagstone patio.
All 3 bedrooms are upstairs along with a full hall bath, and the master features 3/4 bath with walk-in closet.
The spacious family room has a gas fireplace with built-in entertainment center and abundant windows.
Other amenities include new carpeting throughout, new blinds, new paint, 2 new chandeliers, A/C, sprinkler system, covered front porch, unfinished 372 SF basement for storage.
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The only way to set a showing is to text Jeff @ show contact info . Please reference the street name in your text. The application is at www.ColoradoDreamHomes.info and $40 each.
Available immediately. No pets. Rental price $2275/month. Security Deposit is one month's rent.
Impress your friends and rent this awesome 2 story condo featuring 3 beds, 3 baths, 1368 square feet, and one car attached garage. Make no mistake, it is plush inside. It's stellar location is only 2 minutes to E-470, the Cherry Creek Trail. Local shopping including Costco is 5 minutes away, as well as Lifetime Fitness, Parker Adventist Hospital, and a huge King Soopers. The kitchen is gorgeous and boasts rich Maple cabinets, Whirlpool stainless steel appliances, stainless steel sink, large sit-up bar, and large walk-in pantry. Other amenities include elegant wood banisters and railings, full-size dining room walking out to a private patio, A/C, laundry room w/washer and dryer, 6-panel doors, master bedroom with walk-in closet, security system, water, and trash paid, and lots of windows throughout.
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Available immediately. Pets are OK. Security Deposit is one month's rent. Minimum one-year lease. Douglas County School District; Chaparral High School, Sierra Middle, and Pine Lane Elementary.
Easy Spring Upgrades Can Add Thousands to Your Property Value
Spring is on the way, with clear days, sunshine, and wonderful opportunities to spotlight your property and its curb appeal—along with the chance to add thousands to your property value and make that sale!
To help you maximize that appeal, here’s a checklist of upgrades to your home that are relatively
inexpensive (most of those listed here can be accomplished for well under $1,000), but that can add significant property value and return on investment. Just a few of the simple Spring fixes below can increase your property’s value, for example, by one to four percent, and all before the prospective buyer ever enters the home.
“Based on the local average home prices of $466,700 in Parker, this means as much as $18,668 in potential profits for many local home sellers, while also providing home buyers with the little extras and details that can make such a difference to comfort and peace of mind.”
Most of the tasks to follow can be accomplished with even a little DIY know-how, or SERVIZ’s local network of pros can also assist, as well:
1. Replace Your Front Door. A beautiful new front door—preferably one that’s reinforced steel—
will not only immediately add immediate curb appeal, it’s also a bonus to home safety (and
insurance rates), as well as to air quality. To stretch your budget, you can also simply do a nice
repaint of the door instead.
2. Add a New Coat of Paint. A new paint job for the entire interior of the property (after covering
and filling imperfections or holes in drywall) is a time-honored, popular and accepted method of
adding newness and brightness to a home and instant appeal to homebuyers.
However, don’t stop there. An exterior paint job can give new life to a home’s appeal,
emphasizing its best features and providing home shoppers with a pleasing first glimpse of your
property at its best. Just don’t indulge yourself in crazy shades and keep color choices tasteful
3. Upgrade Your Garage Door. Your home’s garage door can take up as much as 35 to 40% of a
property’s overall façade. It’s no wonder, then, that a new garage door is one of the best ways
to increase a home’s visual impact while also increasing return on investment (as noted in the
2016 “Cost vs. Value” report in Remodeling magazine). A new garage door also adds safety and
security, and upgrading to an automatic versus a manual garage door is a big plus with home
shoppers, according to many experts.
4. Inspect, clean and paint moldings, built-in bookcases and trim. Moldings can help to frame a
room and show off its bones. Clean and neatly paint your moldings to show off a room at its
5. Professionally Clean Your Windows (Inside and Out). It’s amazing the effect clean and sparkling windows can have on the appeal of a property. From outside, they twinkle in the sun and provide a pleasant introduction to the home itself. From inside, and framed only minimally with draperies or blinds (keep them open when buyers visit) they maximize light and air, contributing to an overall impression of warmth and cleanliness.
6. Clean Carpets. Far too many overlook this simple, easy way to show off a home to its best
advantage, freshen up for Spring, and give new life to old carpets when the budget doesn’t
allow for them to be replaced outright. This task also contributes to overall air quality and can
make a huge difference in homes where smoking or pets were also a factor.
7. Install a New HVAC System. A new HVAC system improve air quality and energy efficiency, and can add tangible value to your home’s asking price. It’s also a great way to add an instant edge if you find your home competing with others in your area.
8. Fix and Repair External Gates and Fences. This is a repair that is both useful cosmetically, as
well as being a big plus for home shoppers who are both safety-minded or who may be pet
owners. You may also want to consider adding on a fresh coat of paint or varnish.
9. Upgrade or Install External Motion Sensor or Safety Lighting. According to many industry pros, now more than ever, the biggest single concern for most homeowners today is safety, so visible and tasteful, well-installed external lighting will go a long way toward giving home buyers peace of mind.
10. Upgrade Your Water Heater. By upgrading to a better (and professionally installed) water
heater, you’ll not only be adding to your home’s safety features and energy consumption, you’ll
also be adding one more highly desirable element for today’s home shoppers.
If you need help accomplishing these tasks, or want to find a Home Repair Professional to assist with them, the SERVIZ app can be a great resource. SERVIZ can also show you how your own metro area stacks up for safety against other cities nationwide by checking out their useful Home Safety Rankings (HSR) Index, at https://www.serviz.com/national-hsr-index.
Meanwhile, just a few of these basic home repairs and upgrades can be worth their weight in gold for home sellers and real estate pros, and can increase the value of your home overall by potential thousands.
As the Spring sunshine returns, there’s never been a better time to add value to your investment. So what are you waiting for?
Beautiful 3 bed/3 bath open concept condo! Definitely a must see!
Hurry, dream rental property won't last long! The island kitchen offers Oak cabinets, GE and Maytag appliances including gas cook-top, and composite sink. The family room features a cozy gas fireplace with built-in entertainment system and double sided fireplace, with the other side of it enjoyed by the private office. Upstairs are 3 vaulted bedrooms and a nice sized loft, and the master boasts a 5 piece bath with soaking tub, large walk-in closet, and spectacular views of the open space. The basement is light and bright with the 4th bed and bath, and also provides multiple spaces for game tables etc. Other amenities include A/C, full sprinkler system, and lawn maintenance included!
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This was a little alarming! Seven different county assessors held a conference to announce spikes in median home values. Property tax increases will vary greatly, depending on factors such as neighborhood popularity, amount of new construction and affordability. Value range anywhere from 17% to 60%!
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