For over 40 years, the historic neighborhood of Dilworth has quite literally opened its doors to the community for the annual and wildly popular Dilworth Home Tour. The neighborhood was [...]
Recently, Business Insider did a profile on the homeowners of one of the famous San Francisco, California “Painted Ladies” featured in the opening credits of the seminal classic ‘Full House’. [...]
In Advice for Home Buyers, Charlotte Real Estate, Home Mortgages, House Stories, New Home ConstructionPosted
Bad news and ominous admonitions are never a good form of marketing. And face it, if your Realtor® starts your newly minted Buyer Agency relationship with dour predictions, you’ll probably [...]
I was organizing some old family photographs the other day when I discovered something curious. There, in nearly every photograph, stood my architectural heritage.
In Charlotte Neighborhoods, Charlotte Real Estate, Historic Elizabeth, House Stories, Jenspiration ~ Life & Love, What to do in CharlottePosted
Walk long enough through the shady streets of historic Elizabeth and it will begin adding up: the many instances of “Ben ♡ Abby” etched upon our sidewalks. But who is Ben? And how, we wonder, [...]
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Let the stories begin! When I’m fortunate enough to be invited into one’s home, I look forward to the inevitable re-telling of great stories from past gatherings. The eat, drink and be merry [...]
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Occupying even the smallest spot of ground is enough to qualify us as Lords and Ladies of one thing or another. It may be simply airspace, or it could be grounds fit for a queen, but the mere [...]
Unless your gazing upwards at birds falling from the sky, you're not likely to miss the various impressions and patterns that turn up on the sidewalks in historic Elizabeth. This is the kind of [...]
I don’t know what made me think a house was forever. Perhaps I’ve imagined that only I am temporary. Remember that old adage that says ‘you can never go home again’ ? Well it’s true.