In today’s fast paced world, the cliché stating “Home is Where the Heart Is,” has never been truer. There are inexpensive and convenient ways to improve your home in every aspect. If you are getting ready to sell your house in the Louisville real estate market, then it is critical you make the most out of your kitchen so buyers feel at home in the room. Renovate and update your kitchen by adding pullout shelves to your cabinets, a roll-out trash can in your pantry, and get gliding shelves installed in the current spaces that can’t be fully utilized with convenience and ease. When it comes to shelving installation, pullout shelves are one of the most popular cabinet solutions in today’s contemporary kitchens. They are affordable, durable, fit for every budget, and can even be customized to work with the cabinets you already have. You can choose everything about the shelves, from the number, to the wood grain, staining, hardware, and type of organization you desire. Having this type of customization adds to the value of your home if you decide later on you want to list your home for sale in Louisville.
What Does the Kitchen Really Need?
Since kitchen cabinet shelves aren’t your only option for making the most out of your kitchen, you can begin thinking about what else you would like to be able to keep in your kitchen pantry if you had full use of the whole space. Having sliding shelves installed in your kitchen pantry and other storage locations within your kitchen...
These days’ appearance is everything when you are trying to sell anything, and this is especially true when selling your Louisville home. When you hear Realtors talk about ‘staging’ your home, this means getting everything ready to make a great first impression for prospective buyers when they begin to walk through the door.
Here are the top 12 tips to stage your home for fantastic first impressions.
• The number one rule for nearly all homes: paint. Even a fresh coat of a neutral shade will brighten the interior of any home, giving it a clean and fresh feeling to those seeing it for the first time.
• Green is in! When performing upgrades or modifications, use environmentally friendly labor resources and materials. This adds a great selling point to any property listing.
• Up-cycle what you can to save on money, as well as staying within the ‘green’ theme. Hardwood floors can be re-purposed to furniture or fencing, old counter tops can be made into shelves, and doors can be re-purposed into just about anything to compliment the home's style and offerings.
• Allude to more space. For a small space, paint the same color as the adjoining room. For example, painting a small kitchen and open dining room the same color will make the area appear larger than it really is. Another example of giving the impression of bigger spaces is by hanging curtains that are the same color as the walls. This gives the interior a modern and seamless look.
• Avoid overcrowding. That large overstuffed furniture may be comfortable to sit in, but if placed in a small room; it can appear cramped. Make the most of the space with size appropriate...
Let’s explore one of the most popular cities within a city, St. Matthews and discover what it has to offer people searching the listings of homes for sale in St. Matthews or those thinking about relocating to the Louisville area. Since Jefferson County KY has merged with the city of Louisville, Louisville Metro is in the top 18 largest metropolitan areas of the United States. This sprawling city is truly a melting pot of cultures located on the Ohio River and the residents of St. Matthews enjoy the best of a small city and a large metro city simultaneously.
The city of St. Matthews grew up around the intersecting points of Breckinridge Lane, Westport Road, and Shelbyville Road directly along the railroad. The area was originally farmland owned by farmers Monohan, Brown, Nanz, Rudy, and Oeschner. These are the same names you will find on streets, parks, and monuments throughout the city of Louisville. In the early 20th century, St. Matthews saw residential growth from the use of the automobile and transit traffic. In 1937, the Ohio River rose to dangerous levels, flooding much of the city. Many residents fled the flood plain in search of a drier area to raise their families. Many of these fled southeast from the downtown area into the area that is present day St. Matthews.
In the new millennium, St. Matthews is a bustling mini-city that only continues to develop. The railroad still goes through the neighborhood, and it is still used for cargo transit today. St. Matthews is both residential and commercial; hosting...
Welcome to 7206 Trail Ridge Ct. This beautiful, meticulously kept home is located in the neighborhood of Falls Creek.
This home sits on a mature treed lot towards the end of a cul-de-sac. The first level has new hardwood floors, newer carpet and an updated kitchen with granite and a Creekstone fireplace.
The second level conveniently has all four bedrooms, including the master and master bath along with the laundry room. The walk-out basement includes a family room or den with the second fireplace, a gym, another full bathroom and a work/storage room.