Address: 87 Richfield
Square Feet: 1055
Basement (full, 1/2, finished, unfinished):
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Move right into this beautifully updated Charter Oaks unit. First floor features: totally remodeled kitchen w/stainless appliances (travertine backsplash), engineered hardwood floors throughout liv rm/din rm, updated paint/lighting (wired for flat screen TV), updated guest bath. Second floor boasts 2 spacious bedrooms (updated carpet), completely remodeled main bath (split to master bedroom). 2008 furnace/HWT. Central air. Pool, tennis courts, pet up to 35 lbs. Owners only units.HOA includes basic cable/water/trash/common area maintenance/snow removal/lawn. Near SUNY campus. Tell me more….
Stunning, spacious, updated 3 bdrm 2 full bath end unit condo. Cathedral ceilings liv rm, din rm & master bdrm. Master suite w/walk-in closet. 1st floor laundry w/2008 washer & dryer. Updated kitchen w/new appliances 2008. Hardwood floors throughout 2008. Ventless fireplace in liv rm 2010. Custom Hunter Douglas Silhouette shades on all windows. Hunter Douglas sliding panels on sliding doors that lead to lovely private perennial garden in your fully fenced courtyard/patio. Sliding doors 2011. New roof 2001. (garage roof 2008). Abundant storage, huge basement, 2.5-car garage. Tell me more….
Don’t miss this spacious home in convenient location. 18×17 foyer leads to grand living room & dining room featuring cathedral ceilings & Brazilian cherry floors. Eat-in kitchen overlooks family room w/gas fireplace & updated half bath. Open staircase leads to large 2nd story landing. Master bedroom w/private bath. 3 additional large bedrooms & main bath complete the picture. Lower level finished w/3rd full bath (Jacuzzi tub). Fenced yard w/in-ground pool. Tear-off roof 2011, updated windows, freshly painted. Read more…
Beautifully maintained & artfully restored & updated, this Arts & Crafts style home includes liv rm w/wbfp, sun/fam rm, formal din rm w/bay window-seat. French Anderson doors open to Trex deck. Custom “Kitchen World” kitchen w/solid surface counters (guest bath). 2nd floor: master bdrm w/dbl closets, 2 add’l bdrms, updated main bath. Beautifully refinished hdwd floors thruout. Add’l updates since 2006 include: boiler/heating system, hwt, some elec & plumbing, generator switch, interior/exterior painting, gutters, landscaping, storms. *Note: not a shared driveway. Read More… Photo Gallery
In this competitive housing market Sellers need to put themselves in the Buyers shoes. Here is a list of 3 things some Sellers do that drive Buyers crazy-and how they can be corrected
1) The Velcro Seller: The Buyers and their Real Estate Agent arrive a thet property, they are greeted by the Seller…so far so good-but alas, the Seller attaches himself to the potential purchaser like glue! Hovering,talking,interjecting, interupting and pointing out every minute “improvement” done since 1977. It becomes a foot race to the front door!
Solution: Greet the Buyers and the Real Estate Agent at the front door….then disappear! Give them privacy. Buyers need to explore at their own pace. They need to speak freely with their Real Estate Agent and each other. Buyers need to be able to see themselves as the “owners” not the “intruders”. The best advice….don’t be at home when there is a showing.
2) The Taj Mahal Syndrome: The Seller has an unrealistic expectation of what his/her home is worth. Price sells everything- if you are not competitively priced, don’t expect to have a SOLD sign on your front lawn. Buyers are market savy-they are comparing your house to all of the other active listings and recent sales in your neighborhood. If the price is out of line it won’t make the cut.
Solution:Hire a Real Estate Professional who is an expert in your area (and take his/her advice).A house is no longer worth what a Buyer is willing to pay but what the Bank Appraiser appraises it for. If the perspective Buyer is going to mortgage the property, the Bank Appraiser must follow strict market value guidelines. If the house doesn’t appraise for the full contract price chances are the Buyer will not make up the difference and “over pay”.
3) Presentation-Did you not know someone put a For Sale sign on your lawn? If Buyers have to use too much imagination, don’t expect them to rush in with an offer (and if they do it certainly won’t be for top dollar). They don’t only use their sense of sight but their sense of smell. As Barb Schwarz of http://www.Stagedhomes.com says: “If you can smell it, you can’t sell it”!
Solution: De-clutter and de-personalize. Pack it up and move it out! Say good bye to the wall of family portraits, the jam packed closets, the avacado green shag carpet and flocked wallpaper from 1973 (it’s not retro its hideous). Buyers want a neutral pallet so they can envision their own “things” in the space. Think Pottery Barn not Brady Bunch. Enlist the help of a Home Stager…And above all clean, clean,clean!!! Q-Tip Clean! You want your house to be the house that all the Buyers must have.
You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression