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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Just Listed! 2015 Garrison Drive in Chester Springs PA 19425 for Sale

This is a must see Home in the popular Community of 

Windsor Ridge.

Welcome to 2015 Garrison Drive Chester Springs PA 19425
This Windsor Ridge end-unit, overlooking open space, is your ideal new home. 
The Parker Model by Pulte, located on a premium lot, greets you with a hardwood foyer and finished lower level, perfectly suited for an office or recreational room. 
The light filled living room is open to a formal dining room, making it ideal for entertaining and every day living. 
Reinvent your mornings and mealtimes in the large kitchen and breakfast area, highlighted by a natural flow for cooking, 42" cherry cabinets, hardwood floors, center island and GE Profile appliances. 
Relax on the oversized deck with an exclusive tree lined view. 
The third level grand master bedroom features walk in closet, accented by a master bath with double vanity, soaking tub and shower. Two additional bedrooms and a hall bath complete the top floor. 
Upgraded lighting and custom blinds throughout the house. Spacious two car garage for added convenience. Brand new roof. 
Located in the Downingtown East School District with easy commute to all major highways. Routes 100/113/30/PA Turnpike, Philadelphia, West Chester, King of Prussia and DE.
This Chester Springs Comunity offers a Clubhouse with ballroom, lounge with wifi, gym, kitchenette and locker rooms for the community pool. You will also find a basketball court, tennis courts, a large playgroup, tot lots and three miles of walking trails. 
Don’t miss out and call for your preview today.  
What more could you ask for? How about a date to see it!

See more information and pictures at 2015 Garrison Drive a Windsor Ridge Home

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Luxury Homes in Chester County PA

All Luxury Homes in Chester County PA available today.

Are You Ready To Relocate To Chester County, PA Looking for that Luxury Home?

If you're relocating to Chester County, PA, consider and Martina Lothert as your exclusive real estate resource for relocation information for the greater Chester County, PA area. Here you are able to access comprehensive home informationeasy-to-use search tools and exclusive content about neighborhoods in our area. Because  Chester County, PA is a vibrant, growing area, home buyers here and those relocating to Chester County, PA have many real estate home buying options including:
  • Single Family Homes
  • Country Club Homes
  • Custom Luxury Homes
  • Golf Course Properties
  • Gated Community Properties
  • Master Planned Communities Offering Resort-style Living
  • Lakefront Properties & Waterfront Communities
  • Town-home Communities, Patio Homes and Condominiums
  • Age-Restricted Active Adult Communities

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Newest Listings in the Exton Downingtown and West Chester Area

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Thursday, November 21, 2013

How to Choose a Paint Color that is appealing to buyers

Choosing the right paint color to give your home a fresh look once you have decided to sell your home can make all the difference in the word.

First impressions are everything when selling your home in Chester County PA. A buyer may ask questions about house maintenance, the condition of your appliances or the quality of your neighborhood and schools, but these factors pale in comparison to the feeling a buyer gets the first time he or she steps into your home. If you want to sell your house in a short amount of time and with minimum hassle, it's critical that the decor is up-to-date and attractive.

Picking the right paint is a topic that causes frustration for many. Paint is relatively simple to apply or change, but the wrong color inside or out can turn a buyer off from the entire house. To prevent this, many real estate professionals recommend painting your home in neutral colors.

Of course, that needn't mean you should always paint all the rooms boring beige before you put a house on the market. In fact, that could conceivably have the opposite effect, making a house seem plain-Jane (especially if it's limited in architectural detail or is under furnished).

Potential buyers notice water stains and old-fashioned ceilings. If you have a home with a stucco ceiling, it can date your home to a buyer. Before you show your home, consider painting the ceiling with flat white paint. If you have crown molding, make sure you use the same ceiling paint for a consistent professional look.

How to Choose a Paint Color - Bob Vila
Paint colors that sell a house and shades that don't