I have always wanted a pool. I don’t know why, because I can’t swim. Maybe being land locked in Atlanta is getting to me. I’m a New Yorker- I went to the beach EVERY summer, it was effortless. I went to Coney Island once a week to eat at Nathans and walk in the sand. Now, I have to PLAN trips which as caused me not to go as often.
Imagine my excitement when I obtained my first listing with a pool! I honestly wish I could buy his home myself. -THAT’S HOW EXCITED I AM, when my husband tried to burst my bubble by asking “how will you maintain it”.
He is such a kill joy at times, but it did cause me to do some online research. Here is a site on Youtube that has tons of information on how to care for a pool. It’s easier than you may think if you inherit one that has already been well maintained.
The Swimming Pool Learning Channel
My listing at 1342 Jefferson Ave (MLS #5046358), in Jefferson Park has an amazing Salt Water Pool…
Info on how to maintain these:
Also we’re having an “Open House” for qualified buyers on September 8th!
Here are a few videos about this home.
1342 Jefferson View
Come out! Food and drinks..make an offer on a great home. Good for a first time home buyer or turn key for an investor.
I love to stroll down Jefferson Ave in East Point. It has been a street calling ME to make it home for some time.
I feel at peace and secure walking along, peeking into the lives of the current residents. I was surprised to see the many “carriage houses” or detached guest suites most homes have, not to mention the actual spacious lot sizes.
Check out the community:
Here are a few of my favorite to view…
I would love to know the history of this home, the architecture/details are unlike any other. What do you think?
Bonus: It’s all about the ladies for the third annual street art and urbanism conference
via Living Walls reconnects Atlantans with their city one wall at a time.