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Merry Christmas and best wishes for a happy 2009!
Enjoy cottage style living in this picturesque, Lake Minnetonka setting.
This modern take on a classic design features four Bedrooms and four Bathrooms, complimented by a Nanny Quarters/ Mother in Law suite and Tram to the 64’ of sand bottom Rip-Rapped Lakeshore.
The gorgeous Kitchen has beautiful granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Just off the Kitchen is an open and airy Sun Room. Adjacent to the Sun Room is your Family Room with a gas burning fireplace and views out to the lake.
The first floor also features the Suncrest Builders signature “Flex Room.” This room is yours to use in any way you want from a Formal Dining room to Home Office, the possibilities are endless.
Beautiful stone and workmanship accentuate this like-new construction Storybook style.
The Master Suite looks out on the lake with long, southerly views of Halstead’s Bay. A great sight to wake up to every morning.
Living at home is a Year-Round Vacation when you call 6563 Bartlett Boulevard “Home.”
Come and visit us this Sunday!
Sellers whose kitchens are old and outdated, but who don’t want to spend money gutting and remodeling, should consider these tips from interior designers for updating inexpensively.
1. Buy new lighting. Replace fixed ceiling lights with modern movable track fixtures.
2. Replace the hardware. Handles on today’s cabinets are large and sleek instead of small and ornate. Also, brass is out. Replacing the outmoded ones can make the whole room look more modern.
3. Buy a new faucet. A stylish faucet can make a big difference.
Update the backsplash. Colorful mosaic tiles are better than plain boring tile.
4. Buy new seating. If sellers can’t afford that, then they can certainly reupholster or replace the cushions.
5. Clean up the clutter. Get rid of the canister set, the breadbox, and all the appliances on the counters. Leave only one bowl of fruit and a plant on the countertops.
Source: The New York Times, Stephen Milioti (03/06/08)