Posted by Steve Dobbs on Sunday, August 26, 2012 at 12:11 PMBy Steve Dobbs / August 26, 2012Comment
One of the unique features of our newest listing at 19007 Long Grove Way is that it has an elevator. Of course, we had to check it out and make sure it works. I will admit that I did have my cell phone with me just in case something went wrong.
As we made the video, we had repair people doing some touch-ups and a cleaning crew going through the entire house. It takes a while to clean 31 windows inside and out!
Posted by Steve Dobbs on Thursday, August 16, 2012 at 10:43 AMBy Steve Dobbs / August 16, 2012Comment
Locust Creek Homes are an exclusive neighborhood of luxury homes in far eastern Jefferson County. One of the newest areas of luxury homes is in “The Estates of Locust Creek” and that is the subject of this article. Every so often, someone falls behind on their house payments and even luxury homes go into foreclosure. The latest casualty was at the Jefferson County Commissioner’s sale of July 10th.
As I drove up to the house the next day, I could see that the rear door was ajar. It is apparent that there is forced entry by breaking the door jamb. This will cause delays...
Posted by Steve Dobbs on Tuesday, August 7, 2012 at 4:41 PMBy Steve Dobbs / August 7, 2012Comment
2405 Tyler Lane is conveniently located in the Upper Highlands between Bardstown Road and Taylorsville Road in the city of Kingsley. Kingsley is within metro Louisville and Strathmoor would be close by. In 2007, the home was purchased and the updating began. The hardwood floors were refinished and look absolutely great. The last bit of updating was caused by a hailstorm in April that has caused some damage to the roof, gutters, etc. The new owners will receive $20,000 of repair work done that will include a roof with 3-dimensional shingles. This was a great home that sold in 2 months. Contact the Hollinden Team today to see how we can get your home sold.
One of the charms in a Highlands home is the landscaping and this one does not disappoint....
Posted by Steve Dobbs on Monday, August 6, 2012 at 2:16 PMBy Steve Dobbs / August 6, 2012Comment
Our newest listing is 4652 Shenandoah Drive in Brooks of Hickory Hollow. We have found the housing market in the northeastern end of the county to be recovering faster than other parts of Jefferson County and are excited to have this listing. This home appears much larger than it looks from the street as it opens up inside. And, there have been improvements in all areas of the house since the sellers first purchased the house. The husband is quite the handyman and has done a great job. This home is not currently on the market. Contact the Hollinden Team about this home’s history and other houses in the area.