Spacious and open floor plan with large, eat-in kitchen, family room and formal living room. Kitchen boasts plenty of cabinets, kitchen island and vaulted ceilings. Split floor plan with 3 bedrooms plus den and tile in all the right places. Covered patio with wood sun deck surrounded by flowers.
Beautiful 4 bed 2 bath home in lovely Park Scottsdale! As you walk up you’ll see an inviting front patio area perfect for morning coffees! Exterior fascia has been recently re-painted! The gorgeous interior features brand new carpeting, crown molding, and wood pergo flooring. This home includes a split floor plan, formal living room, formal dining area, and family room. Kitchen boasts beautiful maple dovetail cabinets, corian countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a breakfast bar.
The large master bedroom features double door entry, a walk in closet with custom “California closets” and a private dual sink bathroom with custom tile work. All bedrooms have ceiling fans! Guest bathroom with granite countertops and dual under mount sinks!
The back yard is graced with a large sparkling diving pool, an RV gate in the rear off the alley, and a side entry with space for storage. Less than 2 miles from Old Town and amazing food and entertainment. Less than 2 min from 101 on ramp, get anywhere in the valley quick and easy. Recent updates include roof and HVAC in 2010, Dual pane windows throughout, & garage Epoxy 2018. This home truly offers it all!
Amazing opportunity! 4 bedroom single level home with pool and 2 car garage! Spacious interior with formal living and dining room plus family room and breakfast nook. Split floor plan offers large bedrooms and cozy fireplace in family room. The fireplace was retrofit with a catalytic converter last year so all days are burn days! 2 car garage offers extra storage space with a covered side storage area. Large yard with pebble tec play pool and spacious covered patio. You’ll find 2 types of tomatoes, 2 jalapeno, 1 pablano and several red onions growing in the garden. Daffodils, freesias and tulips pop up in the spring. There is also 1 ruby red grapefruit tree and 1 plum tree. This home is the perfect set-up for entertaining or a relaxing night at home. HOME DETAILS AND MORE PHOTOS
On March 2nd, 2018 our awards ceremony at Revelation Real Estate took place and Team EvoAZ was called up to the stage SIX, yes SIX, times to collect awards!! ????
To receive TOP listing team and #3 Team in production (among other awards) in a brokerage that sold nearly 5,000 homes to the tune of $1.4 BILLION dollars blows ours minds ?
Congratulations to our mind blowing team and a big THANK YOU to all of our awesome clients and friends that believe in us and allow us to make this happen! We love working with you all!
Many phases of a home remodel are fun and challenging but none will test you more than the two-thirds mark. Two thirds of the way through the job, the light at the end of the tunnel is visible and the finish is near… or is it?
Once through demolition, framing, electrical, plumbing, flooring, paint, and tile it starts to feel like you are ready for professional photos, a party or movers. It’s time for final checklists, final touches and blue tape markings for paint and cosmetic repairs but then reality emerges. The list starts growing quickly and that finish line becomes foggy and descends further away.
Detail is everything, especially in a competitive market, and cutting corners at this stage only diminishes the quality materials used and the brand you stand behind. Oh, don’t get me wrong, that path of least resistance is so tempting when it’s 10pm and I am on a ladder troubleshooting a can light that is not working. It always happens when I’m getting down from that ladder, exhausted, I catch a glimpse of some cabinet hardware that was not installed evenly. Ugh! That bothers me more than a loud chewer!
At this point it can be very easy to slip into a negative mindset and start dwelling on things like holding costs, additional material costs and market changes. For a one-man show this phase is most definitely a beast. Finish work is tedious and testing and being at the end of a project has an almost supernatural cursing feel that will really get to you if you let it. This is where most people will fail, whether it be as an investment or a personal home.
Any corners cut will rear their ugly head…trust me on this one! It’s never at an opportune time, like during the inspection or appraisal period when under contract for sale or during the family vacation.
The silver lining to this, I believe, is that this is the phase that allows you to grow in many ways. Take the time to not only correct but reflect on why or how things were missed, inefficient or why delays were caused. Always have clear communication and expectations set with any contractors or hired help and never attempt to motivate negatively. This will just push the finish line further and reduce morale. It’s very important to always remember that it’s the small details that define you and your product. Don’t let laziness be that final impression. Remodel on!
So, let’s recap on the 3 tips in the final stages of a home remodel:
- Pay attention to detail and stay the course. Do not cut corners!
- Keep a positive mindset. Any focus on negativity will only prolong the job.
- Reflect and assess your process each time to become more effective and efficient. Communicate clearly and set clear expectations with contractors and hired help.
By Matt Lambert
Phoenix, AZ area Realtor