This is a great home with a brick, stone and stucco exterior. It has four bedrooms, three full baths and one half bath and a cul-de-sac location.
Sunny days and warm nights call you outdoors to enjoy the warm weather with lots of fun activities. With longer days, hopefully you will have more free time to get outside and enjoy yourself with friends and family. If you have recently purchased your home or just have never taken the time to upgrade your outdoor living space, you still have plenty of time to add a few items to your yard so you can take advantage of them this summer.
This Houston home includes four bedrooms, three full baths, one half bath, 4,277 square feet and a three-car garage but that is just the beginning. The home sits on a beautifully and meticulously landscaped corner lot with a backyard that was custom designed to include a rock waterfall and fabulous deck.
This is a beautifully designed custom home by Jeff Paul. Four bedrooms, five full baths and one half bath plus 6,000+ square feet of space were expertly designed for your ultimate pleasure. The home is equipped with a Savant home automation system, elevator and generator to accompany the luxurious details added in each room.
When you are buying a new home in Houston or anywhere else, there are many steps that you will go through between contract and closing. One of the things your agent will most likely recommend prior to closing is a final walk through of the home you are purchasing. Is this necessary? Most agents will answer this question with a quick yes and I agree completely. Here are 5 reasons you don’t want to skip the final walk through before closing.
As a homeowner, you probably periodically think about the value of your home. Many different factors contribute to the value of your home and it is important to understand them. Unless you are ready to sell your home in the near future, you probably won’t need to think about this daily but if at anytime […]
With the warm Texas weather here to stay for a while, the amount of time you spend outdoors is likely to increase as you indulge in summer favorites like nights on the porch, walks after dark and dinner on the grill. Before you start using the grill for the season, it is important to take some precautions and prepare your grill for the season. Take an afternoon to get the grill ready before you plan to use it.