Saturday, April 23, 2005

212 Prince St

A new listing on Prince St- a detached home- 212 Prince St. Listed at $198,000, it has 1616 square feet ($122 a sq/ft), 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Built in 1971 (yes, it's a brick ranch)

One of the best features of this house is the new master suite addition. It has hardwood, floors, a separate bathroom and a private screened porch. The current owner lives in the addition and rents out the house.

If you are looking for something a bit less traditional in floor plan- this would be one for you to check out.

Friday, April 22, 2005

124 Weatherhill Point

A new detached home in WeatherHill. $229,900, 1701 sq/ft ($135 a sq/ft), 4beds/ 2baths. For those who don't remember, WeatherHill offers full outside lawn maintenance with the monthly HOA dues. This particular unit also backs up to the small pond in the neighborhood.

Like I've said before, the opportunities for detached homes under $250K are getting to be fewer in numbers. If this is your price range, I highly suggest suggest you give me a call to see this Carrboro home.

Thursday, April 21, 2005

No new Listings Today

Hopefully there should be something new tomorrow.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

108 Prince St

This is a detached home, under 200K. 1961 Brick ranch, 3 beds/ 1bath, .48 acres, $174,000.

The listing already mentions that it needs repairs, but one has to wonder. $174K is not a crazy price, but if it needs work then it may be a bit too high

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

If you are keeping track...

810 Roberts- under contract
122 S. Peak- under contract
213 Cedarwood- under contract

Monday, April 18, 2005

102 Weathervane Dr.

102 Weathervane Dr is in the Cedars at Bolin Forest. Listed at $379,900, 2016 sq/ft, 3 beds/ 2.5 baths ($188 a sq/ft)

This is where I point out that 210 Weathervane has been on the market for 120+ days, listed at $344,900, 1711 sq/ft ($201) 3beds/ 3bath.

Sunday, April 17, 2005

Apple Chill

If you don't live in the Chapel Hill/ Carrboro area already and don't know about Apple Chill-please come into town today.

Apple Chill is Chapel Hill's annual spring street fair. From late morning to early evening about 50-55,000 people come in to shop for local art/jewelery, eat, and generally have a good time. There is no admission fee and lots of different musicians play concerts for free. The only other time this many people flood Franklin Street is when of the UNC Tarheel teams wins a national championship.

If you've missed Apple Chill 2005, then keep an eye out for next spring. But before that also keep your ears open for news about FestiFall, Chapel Hill's fall street festivial.