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Historic West End 1915 Bungalow, renovated and ready!
FMLS# 3879986. 3bed/2full bath Craftsman. Master Suite with double vanity, jetted tub and walk-in closet. Grand details: 4 marble fpls, hrdwds, chandeliers, SS Appls, Farm sink. “Goodbye” white walls-“Hello”airy designer colors! Private 1 car garage and fenced backyard. Walk to Grounds Coffeehouse, Beltline, Marta, Mall, Library and Museums. Active neighborhood association (www.AtlantaWestEnd.com) Motivated seller!!
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Short Sale approved! Bank waiting for offers on this 4bedroom 2.5 bath Bungalow. -List price 69.9K
This home was fully renovated and needs nothing but clean-up. Daylight exterior leveled back basement entrance, with 1bedroom and half bath. The home has many original details-French doors, Hardwoods,Fireplace, Built-in bookcase…
By Melissa Dittmann Tracey styledstagedsold
1. Fireplaces: The fireplace skyrocketed in importance in homes in 1991 with 62 percent of new homes having one or more. But the number has steadily been decreasing ever since. In 2007, the number dropped to 51 percent.
2. Carpet: While 54 percent of homes still have carpet floors, the number is decreasing and hardwood floors are taking the place. Vinyl and ceramic tile flooring also are being bypassed more by buyers. Seventeen percent of new homes contain hardwood floors throughout the entire house.
3. Living room: These once-decorative centerpieces of homes are slowly vanishing from newer homes. Thirty-four percent of consumers say they’re willing to buy a home without a living room.
4. Desks in the kitchen: These desks were once looked at as great storage areas but they’re often too small and quickly become clutter spaces in a home, said Gayle Butler, editor in chief of Better Homes and Gardens. Instead, more consumers say they prefer larger desks in or near the family room—equipped with a messaging center—where they can keep an eye on their kids as they work on the computer.
5. Skylights: The little windows that allow natural light to seep into a home from above are falling out of style. Only 10 percent of new homes will include them this year, a continuing downward spiral for skylights.
6. Upscale kitchen finishes: Granite countertops are slowly becoming less desirable among buyers who are now moving toward affordable, low-maintenance laminate countertops—which tend to last longer and now come in various styles.
What trends are you noticing are falling out of favor with your buyers?
Living in a Historic community and having 4 fireplaces which I LOVE- I do not agree with this one 🙂 – you just can not beat my heat sucking beauties! I’m also not a fan of Granite- I have butcher block… I think next I would want concrete buffed..