7012 Shawnee Run Rd

3 beds| 2.5 baths|2,256 sqft

3D Virtual Tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=WCkWpU8YQ5H&mls=1

Fabulous location! Charm abounds in this beautiful traditional home.Fantastic spaces, nice wood floors, outdoor patio with gas fireplace and in-floor heat in the family room and master bath. Private wooded retreat that is close to business district. A truly special home.

 

1018 Westchester Way, Union Twp, OH 45244

Listing ID 1552437

Price: $375,000

4BED| 4 BATH (2 2)|0.550 AC

Immaculate 4 BR with tons amazing features.11×9 renovated laundry room/mudroom with custom built in’s & slate flr,wide plank hardwood flrs main lvl,new carpet on 2 flr,new patio/fire pit in bckyrd 2016,New hardware & fixtures throughout including all LED canned lighting.Privacy abounds large double lot-Relax on your backyard patio w fire pit & no rear neighbors.  

Kevin Duffy
513-602-6000
Kevin@DuffyRealtor.com
 
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HURRICANE HARVEY DONATION DRIVE

DISASTER RELIEF DONATIONS

Our volunteer and donation drop-off hours have been extended for Hurricane Harvey relief. We are open for donations Monday – Thursday from 9 AM – 7 PM, Friday 9 AM – 4 PM, Saturday from 9 AM – 3 PM and Monday (Labor Day) from 9 AM – 4 PM.

We will accept the following for disaster relief:

  • Monetary Donations*: Donate online or mail checks to Matthew 25: Ministries, 11060 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242.
  • Non-Perishable Food: PULL TOP canned vegetables, fruits etc.; ready to eat dry goods such as nuts, peanut butter, dried fruits, granola and trail mixes, jerky, ready to eat snacks; bottled water; ready- to-eat meals or MREs etc.
  • Personal Care Products: Antibacterial soap, hand sanitizer, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, body wash, deodorant, lotion etc.
  • Cleaning supplies: Laundry detergents, general cleaner, sponges, bleach (powdered form is preferred), mops, scrub brushes, buckets, rubber gloves etc.
  • Paper products: Toilet paper, paper towels etc.
  • Baby and infant supplies: Diapers, wipes, diaper rash ointment, baby wash, baby shampoo, baby lotion etc.
  • First-Aid items: Bandages, gauze, pads, first aid tape, antiseptic creams, hydrogen peroxide, alcohol, latex gloves, instant cold packs etc.

*Donors who would like to designate their financial gifts for Hurricane Relief may do so by writing “Hurricane Relief” in the memo line of their check or by typing it in the “in honor of” field of our online giving form. Please mail checks to Matthew 25: Ministries, 11060 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242. 100% of donated funds designated for Hurricane Relief will be used for the purpose intended.

 


REMOTE DONATION DROP-OFF LOCATIONS

LOCATION:Advantage Resourcing
2337 Buttermilk Crossing
Crescent Springs, KY 41017
DROP OFF TIMES:August 28 – September 16
Monday—  Friday 8 AM —4:30 PM
CONTACT:Tonya Hensley | 859-578-3300
northernkentucky@advantageresourcing.com
LOCATION:Fairfield West Baptist Church
5345 Muskopf Road
Fairfield, OH 45014
DROP OFF TIMES:Friday, Sept 1 – 10 AM to 6 PM
Saturday, Sept 2  9 AM to 6 PM
Sunday, Sept 3   12 PM – 4 PM
Monday, Sept 4    10 AM – 2 PM
CONTACT:Angie Kenworthy | 513-509-0465
angiekenworthy@gmail.com

 

LOCATION:Goshen Township
1849 Rt 28
Goshen OH 45122
 DROP OFF TIMES:August 28 – September 24
Monday—Friday 24/7
 CONTACT:Steve Pegram, Chief |  513-722-3500
Steve.pegram@goshen-oh.gov
LOCATION:St. Bernard-Elmwood Place City Schools
Bethel-Tate
Roger Bacon Stadium
35 E. Mitchell Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45217
DROP OFF TIMES:Thursday Aug. 31st ONLY
5:30 PM—8 PM

 

CONTACT:Matthew Koenig | 513-582-4050

 

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HURRICANE HARVEY 2017

Boost Your Home Value with Improvements For Every Budget-by Laura Vogel

Source:https://www.trulia.com/blog/increase-your-home-value-with-upgrades-starting-at-100/?ecampaign=con_cnews_digest&eurl=www.trulia.com%2Fblog%2Fincrease-your-home-value-with-upgrades-starting-at-100%2F#100
Home improvement ideas

You landed a new job and find yourself planning a cross-country move in three months. Or, maybe you finally have the time to spend on home improvement now that the kids are out of the house. Here are some great approaches to home improvements geared toward a wide variety of budgets. We interviewed a number of experts to ask for tips, and all agreed with New York City-based designer Courtney Cachet who said, “For anything past the very basic DIY projects, I strongly recommend a licensed and insured professional.”

Ready to channel your inner Bob Vila? Click on your budget, then jump to ideas for how to increase your home’s value on your budget.

  1. 1. If You Have $100

    Beverly Hills home designer Brian DeVille recommends starting with your outdoor lighting. He explains, “I find that curb appeal is key. If you’ve done work inside, they’re not going to see what’s inside. If you drive around an expensive neighborhood, you’ll see the homes have exterior lighting. Lighting can make a home appear taller and add symmetry to the structure and the yard.” More ideas to consider:

    Small landscaping projects. From a bed of flowers to mulching around trees and other plantings—nothing beautifies a home more than an eye-appealing landscape. “I always recommend yellow, because yellow is the first color the brain processes,” says Courtney Cachet. “It attracts the eye and looks cheerful. A mix with some pinks, greens, and potted plants, and you’re done!”

    Add fresh accessories. “Just as in fashion, accessories are important. That includes new house numbers, a new front door, mailbox, and planters,” says Cachet. “The entryway is key—have a nice solid door,” explains Deville. “If it has wobbly hardware people are going to assume the whole home isn’t well-maintained.”

    Refinish floors or cabinets. “If you have hardwood floors, even if you can’t afford to refinish, pull up any wall-to-wall carpet,” says Nyack, New York-based home stager, Darrow Samberg. If your kitchen cabinets are looking outdated, Darrow recommends not spending money on new ones but instead sanding and painting the ones you have.

  2. 2. If You Have $500

    Pay to get your home inspection before listing it. “It’s much wiser to start out knowing which projects are crucial to repairing before potential buyers walk through the door—you may decide to do an essential roof repair rather than a cosmetic bathroom remodel,” says DeVille. You’re also less likely to recoup your investment in a major kitchen or bathroom remodel than you are to get back what you spend on basic home maintenance such as new siding. Other $500 projects to consider:

    Paint your home’s exterior, shutters, and trim.

    Erect a simple fence around your backyard for privacy and safety for kids and pets.

    Do a basic “man-cave” or garage spiff-up: Coat the floors in glossy, durable paint, and install inexpensive-but-sturdy shelving and peg board.

    Hire a pro to power wash your outside patios, decks, and walkways.

  3. 3. If You Have $1000

    Build a surround for your TV. “Let’s face it, there’s nothing inspiring about a flat-screen TV just floating on a bare wall,” says Stamford, Connecticut based interior designer Kay Story. “But there are some simple ways to make it look like part of your design scheme without breaking the bank. One option is to build a framed wall out around your set, creating a window for the TV to sit within. The walls will also appear more interesting because there are multiple dimensions on an otherwise flat wall. Be sure to bury all cords in the wall. Add some floating wood or stainless steel shelves below for decor and you have a super chic TV room.” Other $1,000 projects to consider:

    Give your home’s interior a paint job, just keep in mind that bold colors aren’t to most buyers’ taste. Go for neutral shades for the widest appeal. Howard Wiggins shares this tip: “Paint stores have color specialists that will help you find the perfect shade—they also know what’s in style right now.” Pros say that neutral paint tones can help make a home’s interior look larger.

    Toss outdated or broken furniture, rugs, and artwork. Invest in key items that add pops of color and modernity throughout your home.

    Purchase and install a “smart” thermostat. This can save you about $200 in energy costs. Even cooler? Systems like those made by Nest can be controlled remotely with your smartphone or tablet.

    Invest in a new front porch. This adds visual interest and a welcoming entryway, especially if your home’s architecture is flat, like a ranch home. If your porch has started to look dated or has structural issues, rebuild it. As DeVille says, “If all your improvements are made on your home’s interior, you’ll never have a chance to show potential buyers the inside.”

  4. 4. If You Have $2000

    Amp up your home’s interior lighting. “I’m working on a house from the 1920s now. People lived in a very different way back then—more low-lit wall sconces. I added four recessed lighting elements per room—one room for $400 or so. It really gives you a bright, happy room. Pay attention to lighting color—choose a daylight bulb,” says Howard Wiggins, interior designer and author based in Nashville. “Lighting is the best way to not only illuminate a room in a property, but also an excellent method of creating individual ambiances in any room,” adds Wiggins. Other value-enhancing projects in this price range:

    Change up your countertops. With a modicum of construction skills, this can be a DIY project that improves the whole look of your kitchen. Keep this improvement under budget by using materials such as stainless steel, polished concrete, stone, wood, laminate, or ceramic tile.

    Open up space by taking down a wall. Potential buyers love big, open spaces. (You can even remove a load-bearing wall, though most people don’t know it; our home will remain structurally sound if you leave a beam at the ceiling.)

    Update your crown molding. Do away with cracked or chipped trim that can add years to the appearance of a home. Pay particular attention to making your living room or entryway look cohesive and finished.

  5. 5. If You Have $5000

    “Update your half-bath to make it wow,” suggests Houston-based interior designer Rainey Richardson. “Sand the walls and add wallpaper with bold print and pops of color to add some pizzazz. Update the lighting and faucet to compliment the great paper. Don’t be afraid to choose metals that are less common like chrome and brushed gold to add interest. Choose a quiet countertop, like a solid quartz, to finish the space.” Other $5,000 projects to consider:

    Make your half-bath spectacular. Unique spaces will make your home memorable and could increase your value by $7,500 or more.

    Transform unused space. The addition of attic bedrooms and basement family rooms can return anywhere from 70 to more than 80% of the money spent.

    Add a deck. When selling, a well-maintained backyard deck can hold 65 to 90% of your investment.

    Spring for a new heat pump. A basic model can lower your heating and cooling expenses significantly.

  6. 6. If You Have $10,000

    Remodeling the kitchen, considered by all real-estate pros as the most important room in the house, tops the list. “Replace cabinet door and door fronts with a style that makes sense with your architecture,” says Rainey Richardson, a Houston-based interior designer. Paint or stain the kitchen cabinetry to compliment the space and adjacent areas. Select a new countertop that has some veining and movement to add interest. Finally, choose a backsplash with a decorative tile to finish the look. Keep the backsplash simple and remember that white is the most popular kitchen color with buyers. This update could increase the value of your home by $20,000 or more. Other $10,000 projects to consider—all courtesy of Rainey Richardson:

    Replace the flooring in your home’s common areas. Bamboo is a beautiful and not-too-expensive choice.

    Add interior shutters to the windows. This gives a more finished and custom look to your home.

    Replace windows with new, energy-efficient ones. Collect at least a couple of bids to ensure you get the best rate.

    Update kitchen appliances. This improvement is one you can enjoy well before you ever list your home.

    Laura Vogel is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer who swears that her neighborhood is the last cheap place to rent in New York City. She has written for Condé Nast Traveler, The New York Times, and Real Simple, among many fine publications.

 

 

 

 

Stunning and & meticulously maintained 4BR coming soon in Polo Fields

4 beds, 3  baths, 2,432 sqft

Call or Text Kevin Duffy for more info 513-602-6000

Stunning and & meticulously maintained 4BR with great updates.Private wooded backyard retreat w/ expansive deck& screened in porch, view of the creek -on a cul-de-sac st.Finished LL walkout with exquisite design w/shiplap, barn doors, natural wood, wet bar, fireplace& bathroom. Stunning Acacia teak wood floors on first lvl and Master.Custom built-in cabinetry & crown molding.Extended 3 car garage w/added storage in basement

Additions/Upgrades

Craftsman Exterior
· Added a covered, screened-in back porch with stone detailing
· Added expansive deck for view of the creek below
· Lawn sprinkler system
· 17’ retaining wall, landscaping, and rock beds make for easy hillside maintenance
· Retaining wall and special grade for swingset, play area
· Expanded driveway

 

Kitchen
· Butler’s pantry
· Installed high-end granite countertops & tile backsplash with designer accents
· Installed solid wood cabinet doors, refinished with paint & custom glaze; added crown molding and lighting to cabinets

Family & Dining Room
·Installed hardwood acacia teak floors
·Built-in custom wall unit with closet, cabinets, drawers and lighting
·Installed wainscoting

Upstairs
·Upgraded pad & replaced carpet in bedrooms in 2016
First Floor Bath
·Tiled accent wall

Master Bedroom
·Added a large picture window for expanded view of woods
·Installed hardwood acacia teak floors
·Upgraded master bathroom with solid surface shower, iron shower pan, and penny tile flooring
·Installed crown molding

 

Basement
·Finished with exquisite design including natural wood, shiplap, wet bar, fireplace, bathroom
·Included 1” modular underlayment for padding & water protection, plus upgraded pad & carpet for softness & warmth
·Storage area with counter workspace
·Installed water softener & humidifier

Laundry Room
· Built in cabinetry
· Added utility sink

2289 Donnington Lane

4 beds, 3 baths, 2850 sqft

Call or Text Kevin Duffy for more info 513-602-6000

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Stunning,well-maintained home in Bloom Field Hills. Brick construction all the way to roof line, brand new kitchen ,master bath and guest bath w/ new appliances, recently installed furnace. Forest Hill School District.Ready and waiting for your growing family.

    

                   

Featured Polo Fields Home

1029 Westchester Way
5 beds, 4 baths, 4029 sqft

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Immaculately maintained, full professional updated restoration home with all the amenities and professionally decorated with attention to detail and added character features. Full au pair/in-law suite all-inclusive amenities including a kitchenette.

All lighting, crown molding throughout, hardwood throughout, kitchen remodel, master bathroom remodel with heated floor, granite counters, quartz counters, network wiring throughout, stamped concrete patio install, remodel with composite for the deck, new garage doors and openers and updated garage floor.

Coming Soon Alert!!! Charming 4 Bedroom in Anderson

4 beds, 2.5 baths, 1951 sqft

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Well maintained 2 story. Shady Level Lot. Well landscaped, wood floors throughout, carpet in family room. Full basement with walk-out to Private  14×30 Deck. Sidewalks to walk to Elementary School, local park & pool.