Amazing estate located on half an acre of shoreline in the highly prized south Sewall's Point. Exquisite craftsmanship and detailing throughout: marble floors, stone crown molding on both ceilings and floors, mosaic inlays, beveled glass, french doors leading to multiple balconies and a lower level game room that opens to lap pool. Click the photo to view more details and a Video Virtual Tour. Call the McAllister Int'l Group to view this or any property in the Treasure Coast 561-756-0891 or www.TreasureCoastHomesOnline.com.
NEW LISTING: Winterakes home features 4 bedrooms plus nursery or office off master with large closets. Updated tile floors on first floor and beautiful almost new carpet for 2nd floor. Move in ready, great for entertaining with preserve view screened porch. Built in 2009 this has a large kitchen with pantry and extra storage, center island, wood cabinets, nice view too!. Great welcoming porch in front, plus custom stone work on front and garage. Laundry room in first floor along with half bath and lots of storage. 2 car garage has extra storage above. Click the image, call the McAllister Int'l Group 561-756-0891 or visit our exclusive website www.TreasureCoastHomesOnline.com to view any property for sale.
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WHEN THE BOAT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE HOUSE! Half Duplex for sale on the south fork of the Saint Lucie River with no fixed bridges to the ocean. Spectacular sunset views from an enclosed patio and very large private yard to enjoy the Florida waterfront lifestyle. This half of the duplex has been newly painted inside and outside. Home offers terrazzo floors, separate laundry room. Located in on a prime lot of Fisherman's Hideaway, a non-deed restricted well-kept boating neighborhood that is only 7 miles to the inlet. Conveniently located near downtown Stuart, restaurants, shopping, I-95 and the beaches. Call the McAllister Int'l Group 561-756-0891 to view this or visitwww.TreasureCoastHomesOnline.com to view any Treasure Coast properties.
NEW LISTING: Working farm! Truly one of a kind opportunity. . . 40 Acres, 2 ranch properties adjacent, 2000 built manufactured home, guest home, cow barn, horse barn with 4 stalls, pole ban with 4 stalls, Red workshop barn houses the golf cart for mobility & storage shed. Underground electric, septics, wells, elec. fences, hog wired, gates, ponds, trees, some wetland. Both homes are immaculate, main house has large full inside laundry, full kitchen with lots of storage, new wood laminate floors, large fireplace, huge master suite, separate guest bedrooms. Massive screen porch - 8 person sunken spa and outside is bocce court. Guest house-1 bedroom 1 bath with kitchen/family area, impeccable!!! Perfect weekend getaway for yourself and family with managers quarters. Buyer pays title. Call Jane 772-708-6101.
DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2016
Home owners can overdo it when it comes to the upkeep of their home. This Old House recently spotlighted several ways that home owners’ enthusiasm for home ownership may actually harm the house.
1. Having light bulbs that are too bright. You want a well-lit home, but exceeding a lamp or light fixture’s recommended wattage can be dangerous, particularly with incandescents or halogen lights, says John Drengenberg, consumer safety director for Underwriters Laboratories. "Using a bulb with too-high wattage will cause the fixture and its wiring to overheat," he notes, which could then allow the heat to travel to the wall or erode the insulation on the wires and lead to a house fire. Check the fixtures label to make sure you use the correct wattage.
3. Overscrubbing a sink. Don’t overdo it with abrasive cleaners; they can scratch the sink. "Cleaners with a grit or grain to them will wear away at the finish and dull it," Kohler's Mike Marbuch told This Old House. "That will make the sink more prone to gunk sticking to it—actually making it look dirtier." Try a liquid cleanser like vinegar or lemon juice on the sink and avoid scrubbing it every day.2. Planting trees near driveways or walkways. A line of trees to the house may up its curb appeal but adding young trees near driveways or walkways could be putting your slab at risk. As these trees grow taller, their roots will go outward, potentially pushing up the paving and causing it to buckle or crack. This Old House recommends planting small trees that will remain under 20 feet at maturity and that are at least 10 feet from paved areas. For larger trees, leave at least a 20-foot radius.
4. Overdoing it with can lights. Excessive recessed lighting in a home can cause a lot of air leaks. Recessed lighting is known as causing heat-sucking air leaks, especially when the fixtures are unsealed in vaulted ceilings. Airtight recessed lighting fixtures are available that are rated for insulation contact (IC). Also, use as few recessed lights as you can, especially when it comes to adding them to cathedral ceilings or in rooms directly below unconditioned attics.
5. Spreading too much mulch outside. “Over-mulching will suffocate plants, confuse their root systems, and prevent water from percolating into the soil,” notes the article at This Old House. “If you’ve mulched so much that tree trunks and flowers’ and shrubs’ lower branches are covered by or dragging in it, you’ve gone overboard.” Have mulch no thicker than 3 inches.
6. Using glass cleaner on mirrors. Watch out for store-bought sprays that promise to make your glass sparkle. “A drop of liquid running around the mirror’s edge can cause the reflective backing to lift or craze,” This Old House notes. The black edge can occur from using ammonia- or vinegar-based cleaners. This Old House recommends using warm water and a soft, lint-free cloth to clean mirrors. Or if you do use the sprays, spray it onto a dry cloth first and not directly onto the glass.
7. Repainting too much. “Excessive paint is detrimental – especially on an older house, which may have layers of thicker oil-based paint, which becomes brittle with age,” notes This Old House. To avoid thick, cracked, or peeling paint, be sure to carefully power-wash prior to painting, sand areas that need it, and then use 100 percent acrylic-resin exterior paint.
8. Fertilizing too much. Fertilizing too often can spur more weeds to grow. Also, the Environmental Protection Agency warns over-fertilizing can cause “nutrient pollution,” which is when nitrogen and phosphorus runoff from lawn fertilizers and then leads to an overgrowth of algae that can even pollute local waterways. Some lawn experts recommend only fertilizing twice a year, late summer and fall only.
Recreational vehicle storage behind double wide gate and fence! Screened Solar Pool surrounded by stone garden, paver trim and large deck for BBQ, roll out awning for entertaining and shade. Inside it looks like new !!!!! Great room with awesome Tray ceilings and high vaults in kitchen. Many high ceiling shelves. Must see great layout and open feeling. Removable island in kitchen with eat in bar. Beautiful tile, like new!!!!! 2014 full size stack washer and dryer in inside laundry room off kitchen. Window seats in Kitchen and Master bedroom . Wood laminate floors. Separate Master with garden tub and private step in shower, dual sinks and dual walk in closets. Huge fenced private backyard for pets with lots of storage and great entertaining. UV light A/C. Great location, lots of activity.
20 Acres! PERFECT WEEKEND RETREAT! Don't let this one get away! Awesome private 20 Acres with Pond, fenced and gated. Very peaceful and quiet, almost at the end of the road . . .perfect for family fun! The 20 Acres is next to the riding trail. Bring your cattle and horses. Just over 12 Miles West of I95 on 714. Also new news from Indiantown. . .lots of new stores. . .even a Dunkin Donuts is opening soon. The HOA fee of $300. per year is just to mow the sides of the street and the riding path. Utility is at property line. Enjoy Country lifestyle, yet only 35 min. to beaches, golf and all the Treasure Coast has to offer. PRICED RIGHT ON AT $279,000. Call Jane McAllister 772-708-6101 http://www.treasurecoasthomesonline.info/listing/mlsid/504/propertyid/383644/