Thursday, July 21, 2022 / by Hardy Real Estate Group
We just listed this impressive custom built home in bucolic Chester Springs! (Another incredible listing we have had the pleasure of marketing! For Your Viewing Pleasure Enjoy!)
2186 Miller Road Chester Springs, PA 19425
5 Bedrooms | 4.2 Bathrooms (4 Full, 2 Half)
10,069 Square Feet
Owen J Roberts School District
Custom built home by John Diament in 2010
2186 Miller Road, an impressive custom built home by John Diament located in bucolic Chester Springs. Sitting on 9 acres with mature trees and professional landscaping that serves as a private and outstanding natural backdrop, this home provides a traditional template that is endlessly adaptable to modern lifestyles. Custom built in 2010, this home offers 5 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 2 half baths, 4-car oversized garage, stunning indoor/outdoor entertaining area with a gorgeous pool and spa overlooking a private fishing pond AND elevator! Fully equipped with whole house security, privacy awaits beyond the ga! ...
Thursday, June 23, 2022 / by Hardy Real Estate Group
We just listed this completely custom built home renovation in the Leopard Farms neighborhood of Berwyn! (One of the coolest listings we have had the pleasure of marketing! For Your Viewing Pleasure Enjoy!)
1138 S Leopard Rd, Berwyn, PA 19312
4-5 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms - Main House
+ 1 Bed 1 bath - Carriage House
4,964 Square Feet
T/E School District
Custom built home by Larry Fox Construction & R.A. Hoffman Architects | Interior Designed by Stephanie Kraus Designs - House comes furnished!
1138 S. Leopard Rd, is an impressive custom built home by Larry Fox Construction & R.A. Hoffman Architects located in the Leopard Farms neighborhood of Berwyn. This home provides a traditional template that is endlessly adaptable to modern lifestyles. Custom built in 2018, this home offers 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 3-car oversized detached garage/ 1 bed 1 bath carriage house. Privacy awaits beyond the long circular driveway that leads you to the 3.5 acre property. Enjo! ...
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 / by Hardy Real Estate Group
Homebuying and Homebuyer Criteria Post Covid-19 Pandemic
When deciding to buy a home, has the fundamental homebuyer criteria changed?
Since the coronavirus pandemic, the re-opening of nonessential businesses and interest rates remaining low, anyone who had a goal of buying in 2021, their criteria list would probably look a little different. Why? Location, Space, Timing/Decision..
Location has always been a huge factor in buying a home. Is the home in a good neighborhood? Is it in a good school district? Is there public transportation nearby? How far is my commute to work? You can change the house, but you can’t change the location. That is why the location has always been the biggest criteria to not compromise on. However, regarding the location and commute, that may not be a factor anymore. For people who want to, and can continue to, work from home as the pandemic eases, their commute is just steps from the kitchen, or maybe their ; ...
Monday, May 4, 2020 / by Hardy Real Estate Group
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Using Online and Virtual Resources to Look for Homes in the COVID-19 Era
Were you on the hunt for a new home before the COVID-19 outbreak happened? If so, chances are you still need to purchase a home, even if your process has been stalled a little. Fortunately, there is a lot of technology to help you continue your home search during the pandemic. From home search sites to remote closings, here are some resources and guides with information about virtual tools that can help you get started.
How to Find the Best Real Estate Agent for Buying or Selling
Find the Best Real Estate Websites
The Impact of Coronavirus on the US Housing Market
How to Use Google Maps to Find Homes for Sale
Five Innovative Ways You Can Use Virtual Reality in the Real Estate Business
Top 11 Most Innovative Real Estate Virtual Tour Companies in 2018
How to Buy Houses Remotely and Be Good at It
How to Close on a New Home Remotely
Technology makes it possible to keep going with ...
Thursday, May 17, 2018 / by Hardy Real Estate Group
It seems as if everywhere you look there are new homes being built, whether individually or in a community. In today's competitive market new home construction has been helping to increase inventory, creating more selection for buyers. Although brand new homes tend to be more expensive than older homes, there are multiple benefits that go along with purchasing a new construction home.
Many builders will often allow the buyer to participate in the design process. They will help you create a space that is tailored to your tastes. The earlier you go under contract on a new home, the more opportunities you have add custom touches!
2. Less Maintenance
It is inevitable that older homes with leave you with a longer "to-do" list. Newer homes allow you to avoid an extensive list of chores. Newer homes have less years of wear and tear, resulting in fewer repairs over the years. In addition, newer homes are specifically engineered to minimize mai ...