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By Paige Wajsman | Agent in Jacksonville, FL
  • ENJOY RESORT LIVING EVERY DAY!

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Jacksonville, Going Green in Jacksonville, Design & Decor in Jacksonville  |  May 15, 2014 6:35 AM  |  307 views  |  No comments

    ENJOY RESORT LIVING EVERY DAY WHEN YOU WAKE UP IN THIS EXQUISITE RIVERFRONT HOME BOASTING 4 BEDROOMS, 4 FULL & 3 HALF BATHS. THE DRAMATIC FOYER GREETS YOU WITH A VENETIAN LIKE FEEL AND SPIRAL WROUGHT IRON STAIRCASE. NO DETAIL HAS BEEN OVERLOOKED INCLUDING 3 STONE AGE DESIGNED FIREPLACES, IMPORTED ANDEAN WALNUT ARCHED INTERIOR DOORS, HIGH IMPACT WINDOWS,ICF CONSTRUCTION, HURD TRIPLE LOCKING & CLAW BOLTED EXTERIOR DOORS, EXERCISE/SPA ROOM OR 4TH BEDROOM WITH SEPARATE STEAM SHOWER AND SAUNA, INFINITY EDGE POOL W/COOLING MISTERS & FOUNTAIN, SUMMER KITCHEN WITH WOLF GAS GRILL & VIKING WARMING DRAWER, REFRIGERATOR AND SINK, 500 FT DOCK WITH DOUBLE SIDED RAILING, BOATHOUSE W/LIFT, SEPARATE 2 JET SKI LIFT AND FLOATING DOCK, CHEF'S DELIGHT DREAM KITCHEN WITH BEAUTIFUL GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, & MUCH MUCH MORE...

    CLICK THIS LINK FOR MORE DETAILS.

    2535 Spreading Oaks Lane

  • PRICE REDUCED: ENJOY RESORT LIVING EVERY DAY IN THIS RIVERFRONT HOME $2,849,900!

    Posted Under: Celebrity Homes in Jacksonville, Going Green in Jacksonville, Design & Decor in Jacksonville  |  April 3, 2014 8:02 AM  |  710 views  |  No comments




    No City Utilities: Septic Tank, Water well system with Chlorinator/Dechlorinator, Water Softener and 2 bladder for Enhanced Pressure. 6 Kw Solar Electric Generator W/integrated monitor actually Sells Unused Electricity back to JEA!

    ENJOY RESORT LIVING EVERY DAY WHEN YOU WAKE UP IN THIS EXQUISITE RIVERFRONT HOME BOASTING 4 BEDROOMS, 4 FULL & 3 HALF BATHS. THE DRAMATIC FOYER GREETS YOU WITH A VENETIAN LIKE FEEL AND SPIRAL WROUGHT IRON STAIRCASE. NO DETAIL HAS BEEN OVERLOOKED INCLUDING 3 STONE AGE DESIGNED FIREPLACES, IMPORTED BRAZILIAN WALNUT ARCHED INTERIOR DOORS, HIGH IMPACT WINDOWS, HURD TRIPLE LOCKING & CLAW BOLTED EXTERIOR DOORS, EXERCISE/SPA ROOM OR 4TH BEDROOM WITH SEPARATE STEAM SHOWER AND SAUNA, INFINITY EDGE POOL W/COOLING MISTERS & FOUNTAIN, SUMMER KITCHEN WITH WOLF GAS GRILL & VIKING WARMING DRAWER, REFRIGERATOR AND SINK, 500 FT DOCK WITH DOUBLE SIDED RAILING, BOATHOUSE W/LIFT, SEPARATE 2 JET SKI LIFT AND FLOATING DOCK, CHEF'S DELIGHT DREAM KITCHEN WITH BEAUTIFUL GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, AND STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES INCLUDING A THERMADOR RANGE. FIND SERENITY IN THE TRANQUIL MASTER BEDROOM THAT OVER LOOKS THE RIVER WITH A HOT TUB ON THE BALCONY. THE MASTER BATH HAS HIS AND HER VANITIES & GRANITE COUNTERTOPS. THE WATER CLOSET INCLUDES A SEPARATE TOILET, BIDET AND URINAL. END YOUR DAY WITH A TRIP TO THE WINE ROOM EITHER AT THE BEAUTIFULLY DOUBLE CHISLED GRANITE BAR OR OUT BACK ENJOYING THE SUNSET AND APPROXIMATELY 140 FT RIVERFRONT VIEWS. SO MUCH MORE...

    Click this link for more details.

    2535 Spreading Oaks Lane

  • Say Hello to Your Dream Home Today and Forget the Hassel of Building! This Estate has Everything!

    Posted Under: Celebrity Homes in Jacksonville, Design & Decor in Jacksonville, Home Ownership in Jacksonville  |  March 27, 2014 7:45 AM  |  1,438 views  |  No comments



    ENJOY RESORT LIVING EVERY DAY WHEN YOU WAKE UP IN THIS EXQUISITE RIVERFRONT HOME BOASTING 4 BEDROOMS, 4 FULL & 3 HALF BATHS. THE DRAMATIC FOYER GREETS YOU WITH A VENETIAN LIKE FEEL AND SPIRAL WROUGHT IRON STAIRCASE. NO DETAIL HAS BEEN OVERLOOKED INCLUDING 3 STONE AGE DESIGNED FIREPLACES, IMPORTED ANDEAN WALNUT ARCHED INTERIOR DOORS, HIGH IMPACT WINDOWS,ICF CONSTRUCTION, HURD TRIPLE LOCKING & CLAW BOLTED EXTERIOR DOORS, EXERCISE/SPA ROOM OR 4TH BEDROOM WITH SEPARATE STEAM SHOWER AND SAUNA, INFINITY EDGE POOL W/COOLING MISTERS & FOUNTAIN, SUMMER KITCHEN WITH WOLF GAS GRILL & VIKING WARMING DRAWER, REFRIGERATOR AND SINK, 500 FT DOCK WITH DOUBLE SIDED RAILING, BOATHOUSE W/LIFT, SEPARATE 2 JET SKI LIFT AND FLOATING DOCK...

    Click this link for more details.

    2535 Spreading Oaks Lane

    Thank you to Mizrahi and Garris Insurance Agency, Atlantic Trust Mortgage and Ryan and Marks Attorneys for your support!

  • How to Get the Closet of Your Dreams. Here are some great tips for making the most of your closet space and budget!

    Posted Under: Remodel & Renovate in Jacksonville, Design & Decor in Jacksonville, In My Neighborhood in Jacksonville  |  March 5, 2014 7:49 AM  |  458 views  |  No comments


    Most of us have them and appreciate them, but many of us would rather that our closets … stay in the closet. But there is hope for disorganized, messy spaces. From premade closet organizing systems to custom configurations, there’s a solution that can work for you.
    The most common type of bedroom closet is the wall closet, also called a reach-in. When you open the closet door or doors, the whole closet is accessible. Since the opening needs to be wide, there are several variations in doors. Sliders are common, as are bifold doors. You can also have a double door (two doors open outward into the room) as shown.

    The minimum depth for a wall closet is 24 inches within the interior walls, not from the face of the doors. This gives clothing on hangers a couple of inches in the front and back when the hanging rod is centered in the space. The width for a closet with two or more doors should be at least 60 inches; a closet with a single door can be narrower.

    Follow this link for the rest of the article.

    http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/23642359/list/How-to-Get-the-Closet-of-Your-Dreams

    Thank you to Mizrahi and Garris Insurance Agency, Atlantic Trust Mortgage and Ryan and Marks Attorneys for your support!


  • Outside the Box: 18 Unconventional Storage Solutions. The dish drainer file rack is brilliant!

    Posted Under: General Area in Jacksonville, Remodel & Renovate in Jacksonville, Design & Decor in Jacksonville  |  February 6, 2014 7:03 AM  |  439 views  |  No comments

    You know that shoe box on the top shelf of your closet? The one stuffed with photo booth pictures, ticket stubs and other arbitrary mementos? Yeah, that one. So what if it’s more scrap yard than scrapbook? Before you rush out to replace it with a proper storage container, take a look around you. A better solution might be right under your nose.

    Here are 18 unique storage ideas to inspire you to think outside the (shoe) box.


    A box made of colorful plastic blocks would be a happy and hip addition to any countertop. Imagine your little one’s reaction when his or her creation becomes a functional objet d’art.

    Click on this link for the full article.

    Outside the box

    Thank you to Mizrahi and Garris Insurance Agency, Atlantic Trust Mortgage and Ryan and Marks Attorneys for your support!

  • 11 Ways to Update Your Kitchen Without a Sledgehammer. I love that chandelier idea!

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Jacksonville, Remodel & Renovate in Jacksonville, Design & Decor in Jacksonville  |  January 29, 2014 5:30 AM  |  412 views  |  No comments


    4. Make a statement.
    New jewelry always picks up my mood. It can do wonders for your kitchen too. New hardware can dress up plain cabinets, while standout lighting fixtures can add a surprising wow factor.

    Click here for the full article.

    11 Ways to Update Your Kitchen Without a Sledgehammer.

    Thank you to Mizrahi and Garris Insurance Agency, Atlantic Trust Mortgage and Ryan and Marks Attorneys for your support!

  • Five Musts Before You List Your Home

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Saint Johns County, Design & Decor in Saint Johns County  |  May 11, 2012 8:11 AM  |  654 views  |  No comments

    Five Musts Before You List Your Home
    by Carla Hill

    Deciding to list your home for sale is a momentous time. It means you will be moving on to a new stage of life, no matter if you’re moving up or sizing down. Take a moment to look over these tips for what every seller should do before they put their home on the market.

  • Organize Your Paperwork: Every homeowner should have a detailed list of all past repairs, updates, and upgrades they’ve made. This will help your agent know what should be mentioned on the MLS. Did you put on a new roof in 2010 or a install a new water heater in 2009? These are great selling features because they means less work in the future for the prospective buyer.

    Also included in this list should be any home warranty information. These warranties will most likely transfer with title of the home.

  • Get Ready to Declutter: Even before you’ve officially listed your home for sale you should start getting rid of things you don’t need. Starting now will mean a more thorough and less rushed job of clearing things out.

    Start with one closet and work your way through the entire home. Sort items to toss, keep, sell, and donate.

    Having a yard sale is a wonderful way of making a little extra pocket change while reducing the amount of things you’ll have in your home during showings and that you’ll need to pack up and move. It’s a win-win!

  • Clean, Clean, and Clean Some More: Dirty homes are a real buyer turnoff. Now is a great time wash down walls, spruce up paint, and give your entire home a thorough cleaning. Do your carpets need refreshing? Consider renting a carpet shampoo machine or hiring a professional carpet cleaning company to come in and revamp your carpets.

    Chances are buyers will ask for this anyways come closing time. You’ll beat them to the punch and have a shiny, sparkling home to show for it.

  • Get an Inspection: Did you think inspections were only for buyers? Having a pre-sale inspection can mean identifying problem areas. Perhaps you’re unaware that your foundation needs repaired. This will severely affect your listing price. It’s best to be prepared and realistic in today’s market.

  • Make Repairs or Get Estimates: Your inspection will likely leave you with a list of repairs, large and small, that need made. Keep in mind that prospective buyers will also get an inspection of your home and will find these same issues. Head them off at the pass and do some fixing up. You may wish to go ahead with large repairs. If not, be sure to at least get estimates so you are fully prepared for negotiations (you’ll know what the real cost should be) or should you can provide the estimates for buyers.

  • Start Staging: Staging is like prepping your home for its first date. You want to have it clean and well-dressed. This means amping up curb appeal with neat landscaping, fresh paint, and flowers. It means rearranging furniture and removing clutter.

    Congratulations on deciding to list your home for sale. Be proactive about making a good first step by following these tried and true tips.

  • Published: May 10, 2012

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