7.24.2015

well, I fell in love...

...with a home—in a major way—while out previewing property. I literally am moved by this one! 


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photos via carolina one real estate 1188, mls #15019382

15 comments:

  1. SO cute!! Those exposed beams are beautiful!

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  2. That place is so charming!!!! Are you putting in an offer?

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    1. Oh, I wish!! It's actually already under contract. I was looking for clients, not for myself. :)

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  3. Was looking at this home yesterday, absolutely love it (esp the contrasting beams)! If you look at the purchase price from June 2014, this stands to be one very profitable flip!!

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    1. It's even better in person, my jaw was dropped the whole time! It's just so unique (I'm mainly talking about the decorations, haha). And seriously, I know they totally redid every inch of the house from head to toe and may have added an addition, but still—that's quite a price change! Worth it though!

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  4. Such a charming home! I wouldn't mind moving in myself!

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  5. Oh my goodness, love this house!!! I wish we could have it, it's everything I want in a house and more.

    liz @ sundays with sophie

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  6. Wow what an absolutely stunning house! I would love to live there!

    Her Heartland Soul
    http://herheartlandsoul.com

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  7. That is an amazing home! I love the way it is decorated, too! xo

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  8. I can definitely understand why you fell in love with this home, it is gorgeous! Xo, Stephanie

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  9. wow LOVE IT! my husband would want a bigger yard but i think it's perfect... loving those garden beds too! xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  10. Ahh you've discovered my dream home. So beautiful!

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