If you love old homes too, I hope you enjoy this little cottage I ran across the other day. It’s listed as a lot, and in a great neighborhood, so the sellers are thinking that no one will want to keep this 1930’s bungalow. I fell in love with it though! Continue reading Lot or House for Sale – Would you tear it down? Or build it up?
Many of us make New Year’s Resolutions. We want to take good advice from wise people and find ourselves in a better situation this time next year. Continue reading Sage Advice for the New Year
Suzanne Kasler says that when looking for a new home, “You’ve got to have good bones, and if you don’t you must create them.” How true! So when looking for a new home, think about focal points in a room. Is … Continue reading Quick Change for a Well-Built Condo
So Tuesday is my day to see all the new, lovely homes on the market. Continue reading My Favorite Things! (For the Week)
Congratulations! You’ve decided that you are tired of renting and are ready to take the plunge into homeownership! I’m proud of you! Let’s take some time and organize our thoughts. Find a realtor! He or she is going to be … Continue reading So You Want to Buy A Home? The Top 5 Things to Do to Prepare
I have a friend who purchased this house last year as a project. She is a talented new builder who did a fantastic job! The house was built in 1948 with many families just living there but not renovating and … Continue reading 94 Karland Drive, Atlanta, Georgia A Completely Renovated Cape Cod
James Means is a very important Atlanta architect who designed 60 homes throughout America. Sixteen were built here in Atlanta. This particular home was originally built for the Ballard family in 1965. Through the years the home has been lovingly … Continue reading A James Means Jewel in Atlanta