Tag Archives: Ardsley Park

Baldwin Park, welcome your new neighbors!

21 Jun

I’m so excited for Julia & Chris! They just moved here from Charleston and bought in Baldwin Park. Smart! Those prices are going to continue to rise and these two will have good equity very soon!

JULIA

Price Improved! 201 e 60th Street, Savannah, GA 31405

18 Jun

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Open House Today – 201 E. 60th St, Savannah, GA 31405 – MLS 117450

5 Jun

Open House Today on this great Midtown/Ardsley Area Cottage. This home features 3 bedrooms & 2 baths (2 bedrooms 1 bath down and 1 bedroom/1 bath up). The upstairs bedroom is an attic conversion and runs the entire length of the house with new carpet and exposed brick. This 1940 treasure has hardwood floors throughout with slate tile in the kitchen and ceramic tile in the bathrooms. All appliances can stay including stainless steel refrigerator, dishwasher, stove and the washer & dryer. 201 e. 60th has a formal dining room with column detail, a mudroom off of the kitchen for storage and easy access to back yard, a living room with fireplace and mantle, and a flex space that would be a lovely yoga area or for casual office space. The bak yard is privacy fenced and features a great deck for entertaining, a detached garage for any of you tinkerers out there, and a fenced side yard that would be fantastic for gardening. This home is situated at the corner of 60th street and Habersham, so you are literally steps from dining, bars, grocery, yoga and more. This would be a fantastic home for a young professional or an artist type.

Open house today is from 12-2. I will serve lunch from Zoe’s Kitchen and welcome agents and the public to stop in and check this wonderful home out!

 

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Does Moving Up Make Sense?

17 Mar

 

These questions will help you decide whether you’re ready for a home that’s larger or in a more desirable location. If you answer yes to most of the questions, it’s a sign that you may be ready to move.

  1. Have you built substantial equity in your current home? Look at your annual mortgage statement or call your lender to find out. Usually, you don’t build up much equity in the first few years of your mortgage, as monthly payments are mostly interest, but if you’ve owned your home for five or more years, you may have significant, unrealized gains.
  2. Has your income or financial situation improved? If you’re making more money, you may be able to afford higher mortgage payments and cover the costs of moving.
  3. Have you outgrown your neighborhood? The neighborhood you pick for your first home might not be the same neighborhood you want to settle down in for good. For example, you may have realized that you’d like to be closer to your job or live in a better school district.
  4. Are there reasons why you can’t remodel or add on? Sometimes you can create a bigger home by adding a new room or building up. But if your property isn’t large enough, your municipality doesn’t allow it, or you’re simply not interested in remodeling, then moving to a bigger home may be your best option.
  5. Are you comfortable moving in the current housing market? If your market is hot, your home may sell quickly and for top dollar, but the home you buy also will be more expensive. If your market is slow, finding a buyer may take longer, but you’ll have more selection and better pricing as you seek your new home.
  6. Are interest rates attractive? A low rate not only helps you buy a larger home, but also makes it easier to find a buyer.

Not your average log cabin….

27 Jun

I found this article about a hunting cabin renovated into this adorable shabby-chic cottage. An honest to goodness little Victorian Gingerbread House in the Catskill Mountains.  SHE did it all by herself, and for $3k. I love real estate outside of the box!


Neat story I just had to share!

Everybody loves Ardsley Park… and here is why:

14 Jun

Erin Rowley | Coldwell Banker Platinum Partners | (912) 224-0460
306 E. 48th Street, Savannah, GA
A new spin in old Ardsley Park
3BR/2+1BA Single Family House
offered at $374,900
Year Built 1928
Sq Footage 1,800
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2 full, 1 partial
Floors 2
Parking 2 Car garage
Lot Size Unspecified
HOA/Maint $0 per month

DESCRIPTION

Everybody loves Ardsley Park, and this house is why! Fantastic renovation brings old charm and modern flair together for easy and comfortable living!

Three bedroom, two and a half baths plus bonus room in this 1928 home. Kitchen features exquisite custom cabinets, granite counters and marble island. Gourmet kitchen gets you cooking with gas, pot filler above, perfect for serious culinary masters and for those who aren’t…you’ll look like a pro!

Two fireplaces are sure to inspire a little romance in the great room and in the master!

Dining Room has room for the whole family or a quiet evening with someone special.

Bonus room is spacious and gives access to outdoor entertainment space on Ipe deck!

(Ipe is a type of wood that is known for durability and insect resistance and is typically found in Latin & South America. Many companies call this 100 year decking. Beautiful to boot!)

New Master bath offers a punch of fun with beautiful stream line styling; glass tiles abound, separate garden tub and of course, dual vanities. Master bed has great window seats and luscious hardwood floors.

Property sits on a large and beautifully landscaped lot with detached automatic 2 car garage.

This is a real jewel!

If you are not currently working with a buyer’s agent, I would love to meet with you and discuss your options!

Erin Rowley (912) 224-0460

erin.rowley@coldwellbanker.com

https://savvyinsavannah.wordpress.com

see additional photos below
PROPERTY FEATURES

– Central A/C – Central heat – Fireplace
– High/Vaulted ceiling – Walk-in closet – Hardwood floor
– Tile floor – Living room – Bonus/Rec room
– Dining room – Dishwasher – Stove/Oven
– Microwave – Granite countertop – Stainless steel appliances
– Attic – Laundry area – inside – Balcony, Deck, or Patio
– Yard

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Contact info:
Erin Rowley
Coldwell Banker Platinum Partners
(912) 224-0460
For sale by agent/broker

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Posted: Jun 10, 2010, 9:06am PDT

Ardsley Park

19 Aug

Ardsley Park & Chatham Crescent is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Savannah. It’s home to an eclectic blend of people and architectural styles. Ardsley Park is located in Midtown Savannah and is close to shopping, restaurants, hospitals and anything else you can think of.

Ardsley Park was developed starting in 1910 alongside the Chatham Crescent area, an adjacent planned community. The homes here are as varied as the residents who inhabit them. There are many textbook renderings of homes popular in the twentieth century on through the spectrum of local interpretation.

There are lots of green parks, some with playgrounds, that are loved by the residents. Home prices in the area have a huge range from the upper 100’s to just under a million dollars.

Areas of similar interest include: Parkside, Baldwin Park, Lamara