3 BEDROOMS 5 BATH 1 HALF BATHS 6567 SQ.FT. 5.46 ACRES
Gorgeous upscale entertainers dream home with Gourmet Kitchen, Wolf Sub Zero 60″ range with grille, Wolf Sub Zero Refrigerator/Freezer with Glass Panels, Wolf Sub Zero in the counter Streamer, Bosch full size Diswasher, Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher Drawer, GE Profile Convention Microwave, Mixer Shelf Lower Cabinet, Three Large Kitchen Pot and Pan Drawers 53″, Copper Sinks throughout, 2 1/2 inch Granite Countertops with Pop Up Outlets, Pot Filler, Warming Drawers, Dewilis Cabinetry with lighting, wet bar, custom woodwork, climate controlled wine cellar/room, high ceilings, laundry room on the main, Approx 2000 sq.ft theater room top level not in overall sq ft. Fitness room with bathroom, balcony off the master and craft room, 6 car garage and a separate 2 car garage, pool/spa, green house, regulation tennis court and basketball court.
Tranquility is living in this private wildlife sanctuary. Cherry trees salute rare PRIVATE Felida estate in prestigious gated neighborhood paved trails. The home is 5,609 Sq Feet. Privacy in the fully enclosed courtyard for cooking, dining and entertaining! Enviable closet space throughout and huge laundry room. Master Suite, Den/Office, Bonus Room on the main level. Second master upstairs with 2 additional bedrooms.. Flowering grounds with dramatic lighting and fruit trees. Please Call Patty to discuss the current lot information as we are in the process of working with Clark County on subdividing the lot and a lot line adjustment.
Beautiful Home on 5 Acres in Ridgefield! 4 Bedrooms and 2.5 Bath in home PLUS ADU/Apartment above Garage 1 bedroom/ 1 bath with a kitchen. 2 Fireplaces, Family Room, Living Room, Kitchen and Dining Room! Large Patio for outside gatherings! This house is beautiful!
Adorable One Level home in Ridgefield! Formal Model Home 🏡 For New Traditions! 3 bedroom 🛏2 Bath 🛁 with Beautiful Kitchen and Den/Office. Stainless Steel Appliances, Bamboo Flooring, New Dishwasher and MUCH more! Offered at $370,000!!!
One of the most important things about selling your home is to make it feel inviting to buyers. You want them to come in and feel welcome and want them to stay to look around. You can do this by making sure your home is clutter free, always remember less is more! Local Home Staging Resources will help you see what needs to be done to give you the maximum exposure you need to get your home sold!
With the help of professional advice, you may be able to:
• Obtain the best possible price for your home.
• Negotiate the most favorable terms.
• Secure a buyer in the shortest period of time.
• Relieve you of the stress and inconvenience that can occur when selling a home.
• First impressions go a long way
• Flowers, fresh bark dust
• Swept driveways & walkways
• Yard maintained
• De-clutter (less is more)
• Take down family photos (you want buyers looking at the home)
• Paint soft neutral colors (if needed)
• Make home light & bright (turn lights)
• Make sure curtains are open
• Carpets (if needed)
• Counters, Refrigerator, stove, ovens
• Empty garbage daily
• All Beds made
• Dirty clothes picked up and put away
• Dishes put away (do not leave dishes in sink)
• Remove pets (during showings if possible)
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With summer right around the corner us Pacific Northwesterners are looking forward to longer days, warmer weather (less rain!) and more time spent outside. Summer nights spent grilling on the patio are what get us through the long winters so imagine the disappointment buyers feel when they are forced to bring their food inside due to mosquitos, bees and other pestering insects.
Buyers should consider the season they are purchasing in and issues they have throughout the year to make sure there are no surprises when the calendar changes to a new season.
For example, if you have allergies to specific types of trees and grass, calling in an expert botanist may be something to consider before making an offer to make sure none of the offending plants are located on or near the property.
Although traces of pests such snakes, spiders, or rats may be able to be picked up during an inspection, if you have specific medical issues with any of these it is best to call in an expert to determine if there is a problem and what can be done.
Prevalence of water on a property is another example of something that can change from season to season. In the spring, a cute creek may turn into something much more treacherous. Or a nice flat meadow in the summer may be a wet marshland in the spring.
Let’s not forget the impact of winter on homes on hills in terms of both snow and rain. If you love a hilltop view, make sure you are comfortable getting down that hill in the worst winter weather.
Of course, looking at utility bills is also a good idea to get a sense of how the home performs any season.
If you are thinking of making an offer, view the property with a critical seasonal eye. Make sure you ask your agent questions. Some questions may be answered by the seller, and some are better handled by an expert. But what is most important is you understand everything your new property will offer during the changing seasons.
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