It depends on what your neighbors have that have similar square footage, bedrooms, bathrooms, year built, etc.
One of the worst things I see sellers do is upgrade beyond what the neighborhood calls for. Brand new windows as opposed to the old fashioned, pulley kind is a prime example. I fixed a house in Central Park (NW 30th and Shartel) that had the old fashioned, pulley kind windows and found that none of the houses that sold over there had updated windows, so I wasn't going to spend $8,000 dollars updating mine (There were over 34 windows in the house)
However, it is my understanding that Edgemere Heights is rather cheeky. I would go to Realtor.com and pull up interior pics of homes in your neighborhood and see what they have before you make a decision to upgrade.