Okay, I just can’t stop thinking about this house! You may have seen my pictures from over the weekend because I just couldn’t leave without showing it to you. This is “the” one. I can tell you without a doubt, this home is phenomenal.

Why…you ask?

  • the property…oh yeah!

  • 3 beds and 4 baths within over 2900 custom square feet

  • attention for detail was not left behind — the ceilings, the trim, the wainscoting, and so much more

  • I know this may sound weird, but I love the wide hallways.

  • this house lives large

  • neutral colors that will match all your personal belongings ;)

  • the outdoor living spaces are like another room to the house

  • your own private dock and pool

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So this may not be a new place for a lot of you but it was my first time and I really loved it! The entire experience of going to Hilton Head Social Bakery is worth a million dollars. As you stroll to get your perfect cup of coffee and pastry, you get to discover the beautiful Shelter Cove Harbour and Marina. Then, when you enter this waterfront bakery you will be awed by all the delicious finds! I’m not kidding when I say that you’re going to want one of everything! Here is what I bought, and they were both so, so good.

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Burst pipes within the home are rare, but if a break occurs, it can cause major flood damage to your home’s interior. Much of this damage is preventable – if you can shut off the water flow at once. To do so, you and your family members should know where your home’s main water shut-off valve is located.

Where Can I Find My Home’s Water Shut-off  Valve?

There’s no simple answer that fits every homeowner. Your main water shut-off valve may be located indoors or outdoors, and several different locations. It is typically found on the perimeter of the house where water first enters your home. Also, it is usually on the side of the house facing the street. If you have a home with a basement, it is probably located on an interior wall near the front of…

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It’s been a big year for Drew and Jonathan Scott. They premiered their new HGTV show, “Celebrity IOU,” starred in Season 3 of their hit show “The Property Brothers: Forever Home,” and even have a new season of “Brother vs. Brother”—coming soon!

And while the brothers are always taking risks and trying out new styles, it’s clear that they have some go-to renovation tricks and style choices that give their projects that signature "Property Brothers" style.

1. They install two-tone kitchen cabinets

Drew and Jonathan love tying bold colors into their kitchen renovations—but they’re careful not to go overboard with too much of a good thing. That’s why they often choose two-tone cabinets.

Light-toned cabinets allow a kitchen to look…

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Any improvement you make to your home should be done with the forethought of improving its value and increasing its appeal to prospective buyers. One of the least expensive ways to accomplish this is to grab a can of paint and a brush and get to work to create a positive first impression of your home.

HomeGain, a leading provider of marketing ideas to real estate agents, has found that the return on investment (ROI) for interior painting is 107% and 55% for new exterior paint. This makes the ROI for interior painting the top home improvement.

Selecting warm neutral colors can make buyers more easily visualize themselves living in your home. Color choice will determine if an interior space appears larger and more…

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NEW PRICE!

What I love about this home

HEAVENLY VIEWS. SO MUCH POTENTIAL!

More details

$340,000

2,170 square feet

3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms

Terrific curb appeal & welcoming long driveway invite you into Moss Creek's best home opportunity. Well-built spacious single-floor living with open floorplan & vaulted living room. Terrific flow & great bones. LIGHT & BRIGHT. Updated modern eat-in kitchen. 3 comfortable bedrooms including a huge ensuite master. Plenty of room to build UP or OUT - expansive homesite bursting with options. Bring your imagination & creative ideas! Private back area with pleasing patio, mid-fairway views, and sweet-smelling lilacs. Enjoy all of Moss Creek's top-notch amenities & natural…

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Oh my gosh! I love when these come on the market! City Living meets Southern Charm = Swoon. This is the closest we get to city living in our neck of the woods. You have the downtown vibe of Old Town Bluffton to life on the water with the May River. Now come on…

Look what else it has to offer:

  • 2 bedrooms and 3 baths in a spacious 2,368 square feet

  • natural light throughout the entire Manhattan-style townhome

  • an elevator in case you’ve already hit your steps for the day

  • loving the clean fresh look of the kitchen backsplash

  • did you see the size of the master with the sitting area — yes please

  • large porch and not one but two balconies

  • neutral colors

  • this will win your heart…ready?…

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We are almost at mid-year, and most of us have been sidelined by some unexpected occurrences. This is a great time of year to set aside an hour or so of uninterrupted time to do a mid-year review. Use this time to reflect and evaluate your goals and your progress and to plan for the remainder of the year.

Ask yourself the following questions:

REFLECT:

  • What have you accomplished over the past six months (goal related or not)?

  • What goals did you achieve or make progress on?

  • What are your 3 proudest accomplishments?

  • What goals were a challenge?

  • What opportunities to learn new things did you take advantage of?

  • What goals no longer feel relevant?

  • What mistakes did I make and what did I learn…

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Before you begin your hunt for a new home, even if it’s online, we suggest that you do some important information gathering ahead of time so that the fruits of your labor will be more immediate and more satisfying.

The place that you will call “home” will be the result of understanding what your needs are now and into the future. Condo or loft living may be your chosen lifestyle if you don’t want to deal with much maintenance and have no outdoor living requirements.

If so, be sure and note that there will be added monthly housing costs via homeowners association fees. To give yourself or your family room to grow, a detached single-family home with ample outdoor spaces may head your list of criteria.

“What location is…

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I cannot wait to see what the new homeowners do with this amazing home and property! I can envision so many grand things. From horse stables to a magnificent in-ground pool to a formal ballroom…. The possibilities are endless! Although they may be too busy taking advantage of Rose Hill’s amenities to start any new projects. They should just wait until the fall!

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