Hot House: 7530 Bellona Avenue, Ruxton, MD 21212
Colonial-type house, wood frame with cedar shingles, asphalt roof, circa 1920 –remodeled 2010. Three bedrooms, 3 baths, 2,450 sq. ft. over two levels, with unfinished basement. Open plan living-dining-kitchen, rear wall-of-windows, private master suite, large two story deck, hardwood floors, central a/c. Private backyard with two car garage: $489,000 Read More →
Prepare to be charmed when you discover this vintage Colonial tucked away at the end of a private lane off Boyce Avenue in Ruxton. Agents are already clamoring for appointments since they found out it would be coming on the market. Showings begin Friday, June 5, and owners will begin reviewing contracts on Sunday, June 7. Read More →
from the Whit Harvey Group Blog:
Ask just about any real estate agent to list the three most important things a property should have, and you’ll likely hear: “location, location, location.” That phrase has been in use at least since 1926, according to The New York Times, and is just as relevant now as it was then. Click to view more
Ask just about any real estate agent to list the three most important things a property should have, and you’ll likely hear: “location, location, location.” That phrase has been in use at least since 1926, according to The New York Times, and is just as relevant now as it was then. Read More →
from the Whit Harvey Group Blog:
The holidays are over. The tree is at the curb, decorations packed away for another year and all that’s left is a pile of pine needles and the faint scent of cedar boughs. This time of year can be a bit depressing. Despite the fact that the days are getting longer, the cold weather and frozen ground discourages many outdoor activities, including gardening and addressing the curb appeal of a home.
But if you are planning on selling your home this spring or summer, NOW is the time to start the staging process inside.
I recently spoke with Caryl Siems, whose company Senior Move Success provides staging and move management services for several realtors and their clients in the Baltimore area, including the Whit Harvey Group. Her advice? Start now. Start by organizing and clearing out. Click to view more.
You know how you drive around Baltimore, or walk down the sidewalk in your neighborhood, you wonder, “Who lives there? I wonder what the inside of that home looks like?” At the Whit Harvey Group we are starting a new feature called “Peek of the Week”, where we get to visit the homes of friends, colleagues, and anyone else who will let us in. Peek of the Week launches today, with our own Maureen Lalley.
John and Maureen Lalley love to have friends over and their dining room is the perfect place for them to entertain. The southern-facing 12 over 12 windows let in plenty of sunlight during the day, and the wood-burning fireplace – which they use often in the winter – makes for warm and cheery holiday meals. Click to view article.
Local merchants truly are making it more and more appealing to keep your holiday shopping based in our own communities. And while the next couple of weekends are packed with sales and shopping events, tomorrow offers a fabulous mid-week way to get some of your shopping in and even get to unwind a bit while you do it. Swing by the Shops at Ruxton and Ruxton Village tomorrow (Wednesday, December 10th) beginning at 4pm for special offers and merrymaking from retailers. Each will offer a little something to help add some holiday cheer to your evening. You may be doing some mid-week grocery shopping at Grauls’ Market anyway, so why not pick up a little something from the likes of The Little Shoebox, JG Sassy, or Linens & Lingerie. Sure, you may well end up gift shopping for yourself, but no one ever said that that’s not allowed.
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