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Vonnice Brown 344-4700
Chuck Willcox 435-1717
Allan Willcox 435-1717
Jennifer Blount 349-0929
2031 N. Slappey Blvd Albany, GA
Mandy Chambers 886-1853
Tippin Heiden 395-0199
Paul Powell 347-9829
Kathy Slaughter 347-8650
Betty Townsell 881-2665
Lake Blackshear, Great Excellent Location! Furniture Come enjoy the lake! Dock Circle - Large lot with Dock Great Weekend Place! COME ENJOY THE LAKE! Views on High Bluff! New All Furniture Stays, $235,000, included 3 Bedroom 2 Bath, with boat lifts, 90 Feet on the and Boathouse, over 100 roof and paint, 3 BR, 3 Bedroom, 2 BA, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Sunroom, Dock with boat & water, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, feet on water, 3 Bedroom, 2 BA, garage, 300 ft on Dock with boat slip, Dock / Seawall, jet ski lifts, Screened Porch, Tiled floors, Metal roof. Seawall , $395,000 water $395,000 $192,500
MLS# 130666 $329,000
Call Chuck 886-2521 MLS# 130667
MLS # 131150
REDUCED! $199,500, 4BR / 2BA, Hickory Grove , 4 Bedroom, 3br/2ba brick home. 2028 SF. Beautiful Hickory 2.5 Baths, Built 2010, Over Grove home on quiet cul-de- 2000 square ft, Fenced Specialty ceilings, fireplace, sac with his/her vanity, wood formal dining room, eat in Yard, Open floor plan floors, fenced yard and more! kitchen, fenced yard. $ 210,000 $168,500
MLS # 131178
Leesburg - $89,900, completely updated! On 1 acre, All appliances, 3 BR 2 BA, eat in kitchen, brick home, carport plenty of cabinets space and storage.
$177,900 Leesburg, North Highland Lee County beautiful brick Crossing S/D, 3 Bedroom, home in Doublegate SD. 3br 2.5ba, fireplace, screened 2 Bath over 1600 Square FT, Updated, $139,900 porch, fenced yard, on one acre lot! MLS #130027
MLS # 130108
GREAT BUY! $49,900 , 1800 SQUARE FT, 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH NEEDS WORK
Beautiful brick home 4br 2.5ba with bonus room, fireplace, granite counters, eat in kitchen, pool, hot tub, wet bar, 2 car garage & more! $194,900 MLS#130576
Dianne Barlow 886-4777
Lisa Bartlett 214-0005
Judy Bowles 449-8710
Mark Daniels 347-3454
Mike Flynn 376-2361
Susie Hardin 291-3977
William Jackson 344-3029
Terri Kerrey 894-3050
Erica Nepote 395-6861
Raines Watkins 291-5303
Kristy Wingate 343-4663
* NEW LISTING*
Reduced Great Investment! $36,900 3 bedroom 1 bath, 1400 Square ft
Northwest Albany Foreclosure, $87,900, 2031 Square FT, 3 Bedroom, Fenced
Northwest Albany, 3 Bedroom 2 BA, 1962 Square FT, Formal Dining Room, Large Family RM, Den $125,000
100 ft. on the Water. Great Views Call Chuck 886-2521
150 ft. Right on the Water. Call Allan 886-2828
Lake Park, $107,000, 1798 SQ. FT. 3 BR, 2 BA
4BR/3.5BA 3004 SF 23 AC Peaceful Country Living Huge Gameroom, 3 Stall Horse Barn $412,500 MLS # 130758
4BR / 3BA 3210 sf 18x36 In-Grnd Pool, Privacy Fence Corner Lot, Triple Garage $295,000 MLS # 131368
3BR / 2BA 1700 SF Greatroom w/ fireplace Good location close to all amenities $125,000 MLS # 122123
3BR / 2BA 2053 SF Den, Brkfast Area w/ secretary In-Ground Pool & screen Porch $159,900 MLS # 129280
2BR / 2BA 1470 SF Enlarged Master Bedroom Additional 5 Acres For sale $92,500 MLS # 131063
1.64 Acres in Lee County Utilities Available in Area Uniquely Sized Lot $29,900 MLS # 131343
LOTS FOR SALE LAKE BLACKSHEAR Open lot with more than 120 ft. of waterfront property. Includes dock.
150 ft. of Water Front 1.11 acres w/more than Property, Well or City 280 ft. Overlooking Water. Very Good Water Location. 196 ft. Water Front. Water, Sep. Tank
Call Allan 886-2828
Call Allan 886-2828
Several Lots in New Subdivision. Restrictive Covenants, Excellent Neighborhood. Water Front Lots Start at .
130 ft. on Main Lake. Call Chuck 886-2521
100 ft. Water Front, 0.8 Acre
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Brighten and heighten your interior design with 5 simple tips (BPT) - As warm weather arrives, the changing scenery outdoors is natural inspiration for homeowners to update their interior design. Luxurious textures, bright colors and bold accents help to define today’s most popular summer decor trends, adding emotion and energy to any space. For those redecorating or looking to make a change in their home, the season’s top interior design tips and trends will help you inject magazineworthy style into your home for an elegant look guaranteed to impress: Wood alternatives The organic look of wood is timeless, providing a warm and rustic elegance to rooms. Wooden walls and floors have broad appeal, but homeowners often tire at how quickly dents and scratches appear. In addition, these blemishes require constant maintenance and upkeep. To avoid this expensive maintenance, many homeowners in are turning to wood porcelain tiles. The Porcelanosa Parker Oxford Collection features porcelain tiles designed to look like luxury hardwood, but with all the
maintenance and performance benefits characteristic of tile. Choose traditional patterns or get creative with unique inlays for a look that’s one of a kind, durable and easy to maintain. Metal hardware One of the easiest and most affordable ways to update interior spaces within a home is to replace hardware. Just as accessories pull together an outfit, knobs, backplates handles and hinges help to define a space and give it personality. Oilrubbed hardware continues to be popular, and gold tones are gaining interest once again. Mixing various metals in different sheens and textures adds a unique element that dresses up a space instantly. Tile trends More designers are paying special attention to how textures and patterns effect the emotion of different rooms, and tile is being used to achieve stunning results. The Suede Collection of wall tiles from Porcelanosa are designed with reliefs that form overlapping patterns emulating pressed cement. The result is flowing
patterns of curvilinear lines that add beautiful texture to walls. Another top tile trend is hand-assembled mosaics made from geometrically cut tiles to create spectacular wall and floor coverings. Bathroom furniture lines Sleek furniture and flowing lines creates a larger sense of space throughout a home, but this trend is particularly prevalent in bathrooms where space is at a premium. The Ciclo Bath Collection features KRION, a material that is smooth to the touch and endlessly customizable because it can be molded like plastic. With virtually invisible joints, the collection of sinks, mirrors, vanities and shelving makes it simple to integrate clean line design concepts. Accent colors Warm weather often calls for refreshed color palates within home design, but it’s not necessary to do a complete overhaul to inject the season’s hottest hues. Whether you go for vivid tones like radiant orchid, the Pantone color of the year, or you prefer more subdued gray and blue hues that
These homes have been reduced by $5,000 or more. REDUCED $17,000
REDUCED TO $79,900
are currently trending with interior designers, home decor accents make it easy to integrate color for seasonal updates. For example, swapping pillows, throws, paintings and photography takes minimal effort and little investment. Crystal elements A touch of sparkle is an attractive addition to rooms, particularly in unexpected spaces. Light fixtures like crystal chandeliers are no longer reserved only for dining rooms and entranceways – many now grace bedrooms and powder rooms, adding visual drama. In the bathroom, the Swarovski Crystal Elements Collection features dazzling decorative elements that reflect light and can be used to separate surface transitions on walls, showers and backsplashes. Try mixing crystal accents with organic materials like marble or wood for a striking and chic contrast look. To learn more and explore these trends yourself, contact a Porcelanosa design consultant and get your decorating plan underway for the summer season.
1211 5TH AVENUE $69,900, MLS#130197 3BR, 1BA, 1162 SF Completely renovated cottage w/plenty of space for the family CHRIS FAULK 886-3285 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
2014 WEYMOUTH DRIVE $129,900, MLS#129320 3 BR, 2 BA, 2118 SF Great home w/lots of space! A must see! ALICE JOLLEY 869-0358 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
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2115 SHARON AVENUE $97,900, MLS#127880 3BR, 2BA, 1507 SF Like new brick home situated in a quiet cul-de-sac. CHRIS FAULK 886-3285 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
175 HANK DRIVE $344,000, MLS#128926 5BR, 3.5BA, 4237SF Best priced house in Lee Co. Motivated sellers!! CHRIS FAULK 886-3285 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
2011 MURRAY HILL LANE MLS#131032 3BR, 1.5BA, 1135 SF Move-in ready home w/new flooring and interior paint. ALICE JOLLEY 869-0358 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
262 N DOUBLEGATE DRIVE $109,900, MLS#131111 3BR, 2BA, 1498 SF New paint & new flooring t/out this great home. CHRIS FAULK 886-3285 COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
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WHO’S WHO IN MORTGAGE LENDING NATIONAL BANK Member FDIC
Jamie Parker 364-4121
Mortgage Loan Originator
Jamie.Parker @abtgold.com NMLS: 215724
Marilyn Odum 886-0137
Marilyn.Odum@abtgold.com NMLS: 510529
2815 Meredyth Avenue, Albany, GA
©Regions Bank, Member FDIC. Regions is a registered service mark of Regions Asset Company and is used under license. Subject to qualification, required documentation and credit approval. Certain exclusion may apply. Loan terms and availability subject to change. The Annual Percentage Rate on all adjustable rate mortgages is subject to change after consummation period. 3/29/11
Patrick Williams Loan Officer
2609 Ledo Road ~ Albany, GA 31707 T: (229)436-9000 F: (229)483-9003 Cell: (229)395-3051 email@example.com NMLS #740704 www.colonybank.com
2910 MEREDYTH DRIVE ALBANY, GA - (229) 903-1400
Contact Debi Griffin today for Next Sunday 888-7653 working with you to make your dream of homeownership a reality.
Loan Officer ~ Office Manager 137 Robert B Lee ~ Leesburg, GA 31763 T: (229)759-2800 F: (229)759-2808 firstname.lastname@example.org NMLS #740761 www.colonybank.com
Lay the Foundation for a Financially Secure Future with the Right Mortgage
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INSURANCE COSTS PROPERTY TAXES Home Value
Home Value $
Based on 1999 Brick Veneer home in Albany. Includes replacement contents with $300,000 Liability. Has $500 deductible. Compliments of Copelan Insurance Agency, Inc.
Calculations based on 2002 mileage rate -- monthly payments multiply value of home times 40%, multiply answer time mileage rate divide by twelve for monthly payment These are ESTIMATED tax rates. They are based upon 2002 millage rates for each city and county and include school tax. The Homestead Exemption discount is not included.
HOW MUCH HOUSE CAN YOU AFFORD? Monthly Gross Income
Maximum • Mortgage Payment
Maximum •• Monthly Debt
Albany Leesburg Smithville County County County
House Value † 30 Year Mortgage
House Value‡ 15 Year Mortgage
Subject To Change Upon Short Notice
LENDER AB&T National Bank 229-446-2265
Colony Bank 229-436-9000
Regions Mortgage Inc. 229-434-6817
Suntrust Mortgage Inc. 229-430-5494
Synovus Mortgage 229-430-7037
EMG Mortgage 229-420-9364
Northside Mortgage 229-878-1499
12844 NML 166305 166418 28262
INTERNET PROVIDERS AT&T (Dial-up 800-436-8638) (DSL 800-263-0241) www.att.com Plantel 1-800-342-7564 SurfSouth 878-6008 RECYCLING
Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful 430-5257
SCHOOL INFORMATION Dougherty County Public School System Lee County School System 431-1264 229-903-2100 DAILY NEWSPAPER (circulation dept.) 888-9322 OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS Driver’ s License Bureau 430-4251 Automotive Tag Office 431-3255 Voter Registration 431-3247 Correct Time 436-6121 Albany-Dougherty Chamber of Commerce 434-8700
To Advertise in the Real Estate Showcase contact Debi Griffin at 888-7653 or email@example.com
AT&T Residential 888-757-6500 Business 866-620-6000
ELECTRICAL & NATURAL GAS COMPANIES City of Albany Georgia Power Mitchell EMC Sumter EMC 883-8330 436-3304 436-0070 759-2291
(No Points) (No Points)
• Determined by multiplying gross wages by .28, a common method used by lending institutions. •• Determined by multiplying gross wages by .36, a common method used by lending Institutions. † Based on an average interest rate of 7.5% ‡ Based on an average interest rate of 7.25% This table is intended only as a guide. For more specific information, contact a local lending institution.
30-YEAR 15-YEAR 1-YEAR ADJUSTABLE RATE (No Points) FHA and/or VA (30-Year) FHA and/or VA (15-Year) FIXED FIXED Life of USDA RATE Rate Annual Loan Margin 30 yr. Points 15 yr. Points 100% RATE
Flint Community Bank 229-903-1400 Heritage Bank 229-878-2021
Rates can be reduced with discount points. Rates are subject to change upon short notice, and discount points could change frequently. One discount point is equal to one percentage point of the loan amount and is paid when the loan is closed. Most lenders have a variety of programs. ORIGINATION FEE IS NORMALLY ONE ADDITIONAL POINT, BUT CAN VARY. Maximum amount for conventional loan is $417,000. To Participate in the column, call 888-9333. For information on specific mortgage programs call The Lender.
MORTGAGE PAYMENTS CALCULATOR Monthly interest, interest payments for 30-year, fixed rate mortgage. Escrow payments for taxes, insurance not included. Payments are rounded to the nearest dollar.
$50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 100,000 110,000 120,000 130,000 140,000 150,000 160,000 170,000 180,000 190,000 200,000
$252 309 365 422 479 536 593 649 706 763 820 876 933 990 1047 1104
260 317 373 430 487 544 601 657 714 771 828 884 941 998 1055 1112
268 325 381 438 495 552 609 665 722 779 836 892 949 1006 1063 1120
276 333 389 446 503 560 617 673 730 787 844 900 957 1014 1071 1128
284 341 397 454 511 568 625 681 738 795 852 908 965 1022 1079 1136
292 350 409 467 525 584 641 700 759 817 875 934 992 1050 1109 1167
$300 360 420 480 540 600 660 719 779 839 899 959 1019 1079 1139 1199
$308 369 431 493 554 616 677 739 800 862 924 985 1047 1108 1170 1231
$316 379 442 506 569 632 695 758 822 885 948 1011 1075 1138 1201 1264
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Great for Seniors! 173 Peach Avenue Leesburg, Georgia 31763
is perfect with 3BR/2BA 1,838 Total SF Open Floor Plan Eat-In Kitchen With Pantry Walk-In Closet in Master Suite Privacy Fence List Price: $154,900 Senior Discount: $10,000
is the ideal home for any family with 3BR/2BA 2,427 Total SF Bonus Room Upstairs Spacious Kitchen with Walk-In Pantry List Price:$187,500 Senior Discount: $11,600
has a “Cottage-Feel” appearance 3BR/2BA 1,801 Total SF Spacious Living Room Eat-In Kitchen Split Floor Plan Large Front Porch List Price: $ 145,260 Senior Discount: $6,260
is attractive inside and out with Landscaped Yard Sprinkler System 3BR/2BA 2,002 Total SF Bonus Room Upstairs Large Living Room List Price: $ 161,700 Senior Discount: $5,800
is Attractive! 3 BR/2BA Split Floor Plan Open Living Room Eat-In Kitchen Large Front Porch 1,801 Total SF List Price: $145,260 Senior Discount: $6,260
229-881-0434 229-343-1412 Missy Hancock Office Cell www.plantationbuilders.com For more property information, dial 903-1200 enter code 1030
229-886-3006 April H. Harris
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How to choose a patio door to transform your home's view
(BPT) - It’s the time of year to get outside, dine on the deck, bask in the backyard or relax on the patio. Is your home ready for summer entertaining or is it time for a remodeling or replacement project? If the answer is the latter, now’s the time to get more out of your home by improving access to the great outdoors. You can do this by replacing your patio door. Replacing it can transform your home’s view and comfort year-round. Here’s how you can begin the process.
Select a style: hinged or sliding
Hinged - Hinged patio doors, often called French doors, add an elegant look to your home. Choose from popular options like two movable doors that swing open from the sides to allow room to move in big furniture or groups of guests, or movable and fixed door combinations that can hinge from the center or a single door for simple elegance. You can also create a custom design, complete with sidelights or transom windows, to span your home’s unique architecture. Sliding - If floor space is limited or if your patio door opens to a balcony, consider a sliding patio door, since they take up less floor space. Look for a patio door with the sliding panel on the outside, so that when the wind blows against it, the design creates a tighter, more energy-efficient seal to help keep your home comfortable. Many sliding patio doors from Pella offer the Rolscreen retractable insect screen option to refresh your home with fresh air. Roll the Rolscreen in place to help keep insects out and simply roll it out of sight to blend in with the patio door’s design when not in use. Choose energy-efficient options Look for the ENERGY STAR to
easily select energy-efficient patio door styles, like those from Pella made from wood, fiberglass or vinyl frames with double- or triple-pane insulating glass options. Wood - Consider the natural warmth, beauty and energyefficiency of wood patio doors. They are available in virtually any shape, size, grille pattern, and exterior color. You can save time by choosing factory prefinished wood interiors and trim. Vinyl - For exceptional energy performance, outstanding strength and weather resistance, consider a vinyl patio door. Low-maintenance vinyl sliding doors will look great for years, without the need for painting. Fiberglass - For a durable product that withstands extreme weather, plus resists dents and high traffic from people or pets, consider a fiberglass patio door. Sleek, strong, highly-energy efficient fiberglass withstands extreme heat, cold, and moisture. With a long-lasting powder coat finish, fiberglass patio doors like the Pella Impervia line don’t need painting and resist sagging and warping, even in dark colors, even in hot climates.
Decide on decorative options Optional between-the-glass shades or blinds help reduce dust accumulation, eliminating the dreaded chore of cleaning blinds or shades. Blinds or shades betweenthe-glass are a natural for patio doors, since they don’t interfere with the operation of the door itself, yet make it a breeze to control light and privacy. Plus, shades and blinds without roomside cords are safer options for homes with pets or children. Choose from grilles permanently applied to the exterior of glass surfaces or with the added convenience of between-the-glass grille options that make cleaning a breeze. You can also consider removable grilles to transform your home’s look from contemporary to Colonial in a snap. Transform your home’s view Visit Pella Windows and Doors on Houzz for more design inspiration and Pella.com/news to learn more, and schedule an inhome consultation. Call 855-735-5232 to connect with your local Pella representative to discuss your home improvement project.
Backyard projects to turn the area into a treasured sanctuary (BPT) - You love the days when you can go home from work, open the windows and enjoy dinner out on the deck. And it sure isn’t hard to rise early on those sunny weekend days to spend all day in the backyard. Those days are here, and it’s time to get outside to spend time with the grill, the garden and the deck. Because the backyard is a space people like to develop with landscaping and gathering areas, they look for building materials that not only provide the strength and durability needed for the project they’re working on, but also those that have the aesthetic beauty preferred for a backyard sanctuary. If you’re planning to update your backyard this summer, consider these ideas: * Add a deck or patio – A gathering space is very important in the backyard, and if you don’t already have one, you’ll appreciate the sense of community and togetherness a deck or patio provides your family once it’s built. As you plan your deck, be sure to consider the material you’ll use for building it. Natural wood like Western red cedar requires minimal maintenance when left natural. It will turn into a distinguished silver-gray that frequently matches or complements a home’s color. Plus, wood is a natural and sustainable material choice, as the manufacturing process is very low-carbon emitting compared to composite products. Be sure to design your deck or patio to give you the most use of it. For example, if your family likes to grill, consider building in a grill. Or if reading is a favorite activity, add a couple of lounge chairs with a shade cover and a drink cooler handy; you’ll never want to leave the deck! Also, decorate the area with lights so you can enjoy the space well into the evening, long after the sun has disappeared behind the horizon. * Enhance your garden spaces – Those who have a green thumb enjoy planting flower, herb and vegetable gardens. Consider the opportunities raised beds provide, saving you back pain and providing the plants with a barrier from some weeds, insects and other pests. Raised beds also have good soil drainage and look beautiful, giving the garden space a clearly defined edging. If built tall enough with seats, they provide the gardener and visitors to the garden area good places to sit and enjoy the space. Natural wood products like Western red cedar are perfect for building raised beds, because they won’t leak any chemical toxins into your garden. With your beds created and planted, you’ll be enjoying flowers and vegetables all summer long. * Build a visual element – Not many backyards have a visual element, but when one is added, it completely changes the look of the space. Visual elements are often practical and decorative. For example, a pergola can provide a shaded sitting area or a structure for grapes or flowering climbing vines. A gazebo is a great location for reading a book in the shade or a romantic candlelit evening. Ponds, statues and even a decorative gate can enhance the overall appeal of your backyard, enticing family members to hang out when the weather permits. As you work on your backyard project this summer, you can start dreaming about how much time you’ll be spending on your new deck, enjoying the produce from your garden or relaxing near the visual element you’ve added. It might be so nice, you’ll never want to go inside!
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of albany, inc. 5 BR, 4.5 BA, 3754 Sq. Ft. Lakefront Living! GR w/ built-ins, FP & wet bar. Kit w/ stainless appl, lrg bonus rm & deep water dock. $419,900 MLS# 130862
HOME FOR SALE
2205 12th AVENUE $132,500, 3BR / 2BA, MLS#131385 Sun Room with slate floors and plenty of storage. Marble floors in bathrooms. 10 X 18 heated & air workshop. George Rosso 364-8387 CENTURY 21 TOWN & COUNTRY 435-6204
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
2508 HAVERHILL COURT $98,000, MLS#131355 3BR / 2BA, 1260 SF Immaculate home w/great features! Call for a tour! Kim Bland 395-6900
2311 BRISTOL ROAD $224,900, MLS#131356 4BR, 3.5BA, 2979 SF Spacious home w/many upgrades including new paint & new flooring. Alice Jolley 869-0358
132 BERKLEY ROAD $189,900, MLS#131378 3BR, 2BA, 2491 SF Beautiful home in Lee Co. w/in-ground pool & many other extras. Patsy Martin 343-8197
107 IVY LANE $294,900, MLS#131380 5BR, 3.5BA, 3381 SF Priced to sell! Gorgeous oak floors t/out, lots of architectural detail & much more. Mary Linda Cotten 347-0953
COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
116 TALLASSEE TRAIL $102,000, MLS#131388 3BR, 2BA, 1437 SF GR w/vaulted ceiling, DR, kit w/bkfst room & master retreat w/whirlpool tub Marci Langley / Pam Nelson 349-3229 / 291-1565
COLDWELL BANKER WALDEN & KIRKLAND 436-8811
Call Debi Griffin today to place your new listing
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Article and Photos by JENNIFER KING firstname.lastname@example.org his week’s featured home is located just off of Westgate Drive in Albany. A nicely landscaped yard surrounds this sunny yellow home. A covered rocking chair front porch provides a space to relax outdoors and enjoy nature. The front entrance opens to a traditional foyer in which to greet guests. Natural toned tile flooring lends a high end look to this entry. Crown molding and chair rail frame the walls nicely. To the left is the sunken formal living room, which is open to the formal dining room. Two sunny windows shine into the living room
712 Partridge Dr, Albany
and brighten up the space. The formal dining room features faux hardwood flooring for a warm and inviting look. A five light chandelier denotes the center of the room. This is a great place for entertaining guests or hosting family gatherings. A doorway to the rear of the dining room leads into the kitchen. Black and stainless steel appliances contrast with the antiqued cabinets. There is a ton of storage space for kitchen necessities and plenty of counter space for food preparation. New counters and paint have breathed new life into the kitchen! Adjacent to the kitchen is a large, bright
breakfast room. This is a great place for daily family meals. Just off the breakfast room is a spacious laundry room with storage space and a hidden washer and dryer. A doorway in the breakfast room leads out to the double carport. On the opposite side of the kitchen is the family room. Warm hardwood floors and a brick fireplace give this room a cozy and inviting feel. A door to the fenced backyard is located at the rear of this space. This large family room would be the perfect place to spend time with friends and family! A hallway to the right of the foyer leads to the home’s bedrooms and bathrooms. The first door on the right leads into the
master bathroom, which has a separate toilet and shower room. The master bath has two separate vanities and a shower/tub combo. The master bedroom features two large double closets and plenty of living space. On the left side of the hallway, two guest bedrooms share a Jack and Jill style bathroom. Both bedrooms feature large double closets, and the bathroom features a single vanity and shower stall. If you would like additional information about this home or would like to schedule a private tour, please contact Lavonda Paulk of RBG The Anderson Company at her office (229) 8885646 or on her cell (229) 881-0818.
Formal Living Room
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In the market for a mower? The A to Z of zero-turn mowers
(BPT) - A gorgeous lawn is a key element of the American dream, since a lush, green, well-trimmed lawn makes your home look great. The mower you choose affects the health and beauty of your lawn, and directly impacts the amount of time and money you invest in lawn care. If you’ll be replacing an old lawn tractor this summer, or stepping up from a walkbehind to a riding model, you may be wondering about zeroturn mowers, what they do and if they’re worth the investment. Before you decide what type of mower to buy, here’s the “A to Z” facts about why millions of homeowners have chosen zero-turn mowers instead of lawn tractors: * The “zero” in the mower name refers to their ability to turn in a very tight radius, unlike lawn tractors which need to make wider turns. Manufacturer Toro says its Toro TimeCutter zero-turn mowers are as easy and intuitive to steer as a shopping cart. That ease of use has made zero-turn mowers the equipment of choice for professionals, and it’s drawing more homeowners to the technology. * The ability to trim mowing time is a major advantage of zero-turns. Americans, on average, spend 29 hours per year on lawn and gardening chores, based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s American Time Use Survey. A poll of Midwesterners found that 41 percent use riding mowers, according to the Ohio State University Extension Research Bulletin. Over a multi-year study, Toro TimeCutter zero turn mower customers reported saving on average 45 percent of their mowing time. * Because zero-turn mowers make it easier to achieve a good cut, even around obstacles like trees and
planting beds, lawns have a well-groomed appearance. Users also spend less time making close cuts with a trimmer around those objects that a lawn tractor can’t get close to. * Simply by virtue of allowing users to spend less time mowing, zero-turn mowers are generally more comfortable than lawn tractors. Superior mowers like the TimeCutter series provide extra comfort with seats that have higher backs (15 to 18 inches) for better support. Dual stick controls are also more comfortable to grip than a standard lawn tractor’s steering wheel. * Shorter mowing time means users spend less on gas to power their zero-turn mowers. Plus, there is less wear and tear because they need less time than a lawn tractor to cut a lawn. * Some zero turn mowers, especially the Toro TimeCutter with its standard hitch and line of Brinly-Hardy attachments, can help you get all your other yard tasks done too just like a tractor. * Zero-turn mowers are as user-friendly for novices as they are for expert operators. A host of available features enhance their usability, such as speed adjustments, hour meters that monitor service intervals, and sight gauges that allow you to quickly and easily discern the fuel level in the mower. Finally, zero-turn mowers are competitive with lawn tractors when it comes to price. A quality zero-turn mower will cost about the same as a high-end lawn tractor, and while the initial costs of both types may be comparable, a zero-turn mower definitely delivers greater time and cost savings in the long term. To learn more about zero-turn mowers, visit www.toro.com.
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Bird feeding faux pas? 5 easy, no-fret fixes
(BPT) - Fabulous food, pretty presentation and attention to detail can earn you a reputation as an amazing host among your human guests. But when you serve your feathered friends, are you committing a feeding faux pas that you fear may prove unforgivable? Birds may be small, but they pack long memories into those little craniums, and they won’t soon forget if you serve the wrong food, make a bad feeder choice or allow uninvited squirrels in on the action. Certain feeding missteps, however, are fairly easy to fix.
Mealworms or premium seed blends. Suet and dried mealworms (less messy than live mealworms) provide muchneeded energy and fat, while quality seed blends incorporate only the seeds birds really like to eat, without the chemicals and mineral oil coating of cheaper brands. Visit www.coleswildbird.com to learn more about types of bird feed.
Faux pas No. 1 – Serving junk food.
Birds can be quite focused when they see feed they want. On the way to the feeder, birds can collide with windows, especially if the glass reflects the sky and trees or is very clean and clear. Window collisions can be devastating, and even fatal, for birds. The fix: Place feeders at least 30 feet from windows to avoid disorienting reflections. If you don’t have that kind of room, place feeders just 1 to 3 feet from windows in
You wouldn’t invite your friends over for a dinner party and serve them a bucket of take-out fried chicken, would you? Well, that’s essentially what you’re doing if you serve birds human food like bread, donuts or cookies, or stock feeders with seed mixes that are made up mostly of millet, other fillers or lowquality seeds. The fix: Fill feeders with quality options like Cole’s Suet Cakes, Dried
order to prevent birds from building up enough momentum for a potentially fatal collision. Faux pas No. 3 – Tolerating uninvited guests. Birds aren’t the only ones who love bird feed; squirrels are big fans of seeds and suet as well, and they’re experts at stealing seed from bird feeders. Left unchallenged, squirrels can drain feeders quickly, leaving nothing for the birds. They can also cause damage to feeders and frighten away more
Faux pas No. 2 – Failing to keep guests safe.
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timid bird species. The fix: You wouldn’t attack a pesky neighbor who showed up uninvited at your backyard barbecue, and you don’t want to harm squirrels either – just dissuade them from bothering bird feeders. One option is to stock feeders with a product like Coles Hot Meats, a patented blend, which features sunflower meats infused with habanero chilies. Birds can’t taste the heat, but squirrels sure hate it. Or, try distracting squirrels and other wildlife from bird feeders by serving them something even better, such as Critter Munchies. Faux pas No. 4 – Overlooking the importance of ambiance.
You hang streamers and balloons for a birthday party, and light graceful tapers for an intimate dinner party. Birds care about ambiance, too. Shrubbery and trees provide birds places to hide from predators. A yard that lacks cover is not an appealing dining destination for birds. The fix: Choose a calm, sunny location for feeders – spots east or south of your house will probably provide the most protection from cold northern winds. Plant shrubs and trees, put up a fence or plant a hedge row to provide cover. Since you’ll have to refill your feeders daily, be sure their location is accessible and convenient. Faux pas No. 5 – Paper plates Would you invest time and money in preparing a gourmet meal only to serve it on paper plates? Of course not! Yet that’s comparable to how birds feel about a single feeder, a dirty feeder or one that doesn’t feature their preferred style of perch. The fix: Offer multiple styles of feeders to appeal to the broadest range of backyard birds. Tube feeders are a great, classic type of feeder that works for many different birds. Cole’s feeders have a “Quick Clean” feature that allows you to quickly, easily pop off the bottom for speedy cleaning. An open-bowl design feeder makes it easy to serve suet, nuts and mealworms. Hummingbird feeders allow you to serve the nectar that hummingbirds love.a Fortunately, it’s easy to develop bird feeding etiquette. A few simple fixes will convince your feathered friends that your backyard is the destination of choice for discerning diners this season.
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Finding balance: creating functional family living spaces
(BPT) - Let’s face it - life is busy. And one of the byproducts of a busy life is a cluttered house. With piles of paper coming home from school and toys creating obstacle courses in the family room, parents may wonder how they’ll ever take back control of the house. A few experts share their ideas for doing just that. Making the most of small spaces Lisa Godsey, a registered interior
designer for nearly 20 years and an instructor at The Illinois Institute of Art Chicago, recommends that people start looking at interior spaces in a new way - up. Utilizing a room’s vertical space along the walls takes the heavy lifting off floor space as a catch-all for clutter. “Consolidating objects in some kind of containment, whether with shelves, cubes, wall-hung baskets or other organizational options cleans up visual clutter,” she says. This technique is especially beneficial in small living areas. In these situations, adding vertical modular storage units opens up space for tables and couches, while adding utility and keeping potentially harmful items away from small hands. Family-friendly furniture Marissa Alexander, academic director at The Art Institutes International Minnesota advises families to think toward the future when choosing furniture items. “Durability, easy maintenance and flexibility of the fabric
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are essential,” she says. Children will grow up quickly so choosing materials that meet the family’s needs now and in the future is highly advisable. Both Alexander and Godsey suggest nylon upholstery and durable, lowsheen furniture finishes, fiber seal textiles and individual lounge chairs sharing an ottoman instead of a loveseat. These combinations offer form, function, and style, as well as the opportunity to fit in alongside new furniture purchases. “Selecting furniture with clean lines, in subdued patterns in a medium value range - not too light or dark - can work in a variety of settings,” Godsey adds. To add pops of color, change the wall paint. Adam B. Nash, LEED certified designer and interior design instructor at The Art Institute of San Antonio, a branch of The Art Institute of Houston, suggests choosing Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) free products because they are very eco- and childfriendly. These paints don’t emit any toxic fumes and are completely odorless making it possible to literally paint a bedroom and have the kids sleep in it that same evening. “It also allows for flexibility of changing things around without huge costs, especially when transitioning from a nursery to a preschooler to a preteen, etc,” shares Nash. Keeping peace in shared spaces It’s hard enough to convince siblings to share a tablet; what happens when they have to share closet space? “Sharing a closet is best accomplished when it is clear who
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While parents show off their acquired style through furniture choices, artwork and decor, children’s style can be a bit more - changeable. Alexander suggests that parents provide children with flexible display systems that show off their creativity in a simple, neat and contained package. “Magnetic paint gives children direct control over what they display, allowing them to change displays whenever they want. A large frame with a plexi shield is a lightweight way to display a variety of flat work like children’s custom artwork.” Creating a functional living space where parents and children coexist harmoniously - doesn’t have to be a daunting task. By choosing durable but stylish furniture, practical storage solutions, and allowing everyone the chance to express their style in defined places, your home can become a haven for all ages.
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controls which space,” asserts Godsey. She recommends defining areas based on age - for example, placing an older child’s clothing on the top level of a double-hung closet. The area can be accessed via a stepstool - out of a younger sibling’s reach. Another option is to hang two bars extending into the depth of the closet, rather than one utilizing the width of the closet. “Two bars on each side, in doublehung fashion, gives each child four feet of hanging space,” she says. And it may help to keep the peace when it’s time to choose an outfit.
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Acreage........................................650 Commercial Property...................651 Condominiums/Townhouses............652 Duplexes......................................653 Furnished Apartments..................656 Furnished Homes.........................657 Hunting Leases............................658 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
Lee County Duplex, 112 C Winding Way, 3BR/2BA $600. 229-888-1904
Bethel Housing Waiting List Closed for May 26 for 1BR/2BR/3BR The property will accept applications for 4BR only until May 30. Minimum & Maximum occupancy 4 BR is 6-8 People. Equal housing opportunity.
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Acreage Over 75..........................701 Acreage Under 75........................702 Commercial Buildings......................703 Commercial Lots.............................704 Condominiums/Townhouses............705 Duplexes......................................706 Homes Site..................................707
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Office Space................................660 Resort Property...........................663 Retail Space................................664 Roommate Wanted......................666 Room...........................................667 Rental Property Needed..............668 Unfurnished Apartments..............673 Unfurnished Homes.....................679 Warehouses/ Mini Warehouse. . . .681
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Condominium for sale or lease. Eagle Trace-2755 McLain Lane Albany Ga. 2 bd, 2 bath condo for sale or lease. Full appliances including dishwasher. Covered patio, complete privacy fence in backyard. Asking price for purchase-$80,000, lease option $750.00 per month with $750.00 damage deposit. Contact 229-886-5793 for more information.
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1200 SQ. FT. Retail, Lee Market/ Winn Dixie, Us 19 229-347-7655 RETAIL SPACE, Slappey. 436-3380
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918 7th - CLEAN-LIKE NEW! 2 BR 1 bath $495/mth deposit $500. 2313 Friar Tuck-2BR 1 1/2 bath townhouse $595/mth deposit $600 call 854-5433 or 886-4115
ROOMS for reasonable price. Nice neighborhood. 1 Free meal per day. 229-364-6886/869-7837
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DEPOSIT IS SAME AS RENT 2226 A BEDFORD CT. 3BR-2BA $725/mo. 1203 Whispering Pines Albany, GA 31707 More Available @ www.rentalbanyga.com Mon-Fri 9am-5pm *DUPLEXES* 123 Westcott 3BR/2BA(Special) $750/$600 1100-A Blaylock St. 2BR/1BA (SPECIAL) $375/mo $250 dep. 3975 Rodnor Forest Ln. 3BR/2BA (Special) $650/mo $475 dep. 914-C 20th Ave. 2BR/1BA, (SPECIAL) $550/mo $400 dep. 1112- B Wingate 2BR/1BA (SPECIAL) $275/mo $195dep. 1107 N. Madison St. #2 3BR/2BA (SPECIAL) $725/mo $600 dep. *APARTMENTS* 2211 Gillionville Rd. #17 & #2, 1BR/1BA $495/mo $400 dep. (SPECIAL) 701 9th Ave. #5, #11, #14 (SPECIAL) 1BR/1BA $275/mo $200 dep. 709 6th Ave. #2 1BR/1BA $250/mo $250 dep. *HOUSES* 182 Mayfield Dr 3BR/2BA, (SPECIAL) $1000/mo $750 dep. 250 Mayfield Dr. 3BR/2BA, (SPECIAL) $1000/mo $850 dep. 126 Twelve Oaks Ct. 3BR/2BA (LEESBURG) $850/mo $650 dep. 2519 Crescent 3BR/1BA (SPECIAL) $550/mo $450 dep. 211, 203 & 205 Cloud Ln. 3BR/2BA (SPECIAL) $865/mo $865 dep. 145 White Oak Ln. 4BR/2BA Lee Co. $1385/mo $1385 dep.
6100 JAMES DR 2BR-2BA $695/mo.
2BR/2BA, Lee Co. 123-B Winding Way. $575/mo $400 dep. 2609 Costner Ct., 2BR/2BA, $625/mo $500 dep. 3BR/2BA 1823 Cobblestone Ct. $750/Mo, $600/Dep Call 432-0317
1017 RELSWOOD TER 2BR/1BA $575/mo $575 dep. OFFICE SPACE: Individual Office Space for Rent, Location: 1120 Stuart Ave. (Geer & Associates) Utilities Included.
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720 Barkley 2BR, 1.5BA, $15,000 908 Dorsett 2BR, 1BA, $25,000 702 Cherry (vancant lot), $5,000 721 N Broad St. (Doerun), 3BR, 2BA, $44,000 1608 Orchard, 2BR, 2BA, $84,900 2704 Joshua, 2BR, 1BA, $25,000 210 Waverly, 3BR, 1BA, Den, $34,000 5601 Ironwood (vacant lot), 3.34 acres, $55,000 2306 Lamar, 3BR 2BA $59,900 906 Holloway, 3BR 1BA $50,000 5523 Paulk, 2BR, 1BA, $13,900 4102 Harris Rd, 10 ac (vacant land) $65,000 1216 Maryland, 2BR 1Bath, $23,000 524 Gowan 3BR, 2BA, $450per mo.
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173 TALLASSEE TRL (LEE CO) 3BR-2BA…$900RNT/$500DEP 114-B ACACIA (LEE CO) 2BR-2BA…$525RNT/$300DEP 2718 YORKTOWN 3BR-1.5BA…$525RNT/$350DEP 336-B STATION CROSSING 3BR-2BA…$450RNT/$300DEP 712-A EIGHTH AVE 2BR-1BA…$450RNT/$300DEP 129 MOSSYDALE 3BR-2BA…$950RNT/ 500DEP
3 BR / 1 BA GRAFA APPROVED RENT 450 DEP 450
1300 B COLQUITT AVE 2BR- 1BA $330/mo.
185 WISTERIA (LEE CO) 4BR-2BA…$1300RNT/800DEP
3BR/2BA 2000 sqft $1395/mo
3608 MAYFAIR 3BR-2BA…$750RNT/$400DEP 1027 SUMMITT 3BR-3BA…$1100RNT/$700DEP 1920-A & B BUCK LN 3BR-2BA…$695RNT/$400DEP 1012-A DAVIDSON 2BR-1BA…$400RNT/$200DEP GARDNER, WHITING, & MALONE 2BR-1BA…$325RNT/$50DEP 2302 OLD DOMINION 3BR-2BA…$725RNT/$400DEP 118-A & B AUGUSTA CT (LEE CO) 3BR-2BA…$650RNT/$400DEP 1710 DORCHESTER 3BR/2BA…$1000RNT/$650DEP 1305 GARY 3BR/1BA…$800RNT/$650DEP 2611-A POINTE NORTH 3BR/1.5BA…$625RNT/$350DEP 184 HUNTINGDON DR (LEE CO) 3BR/2BA…$1300RNT/$900DEP 1401 NINTH AVE 2BR/1BA…$525RNT/$300DEP
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3BR/1BA $475/mo $475/Dep Apliances. 435-6791
3BR/2BA, w/garage, executive home, Lee Co, Wisteria Subdv. $1250/mo. Call REC 435-7790
Lake Park 4BR/2BA No pets/Grafa/Smokers $1095/Mo 432-1551 References.
Lee County 3BR Available 435-1327
3BR/1.5BA $599/MO 881-3366 LEE CO, 4BR/2BA,Garage New Construction $1300/MO The Wright Co. 435-0654 New Home For Lease 3BR/2BA in the City of Leesburg. Call 229-343-0900.
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Dougherty County 1110 WINGATE AVENUE 3BR/1Bath $500/Mo $400/Dep 808 PATTERSON AVENUE 2BR/1Bath $600/Mo $600/Dep 2202 PEMBROKE DRIVE 3BR/1.5Bath $750/Mo $750/Dep 903A 8TH AVENUE 2BR/1Bath $450/Mo $450/Dep 806 RESIDENCE AVENUE 3BR/1Bath $400/Mo $200/Dep 2003 GARY AVENUE 3BR/2Bath $925/Mo $925/Dep 308A CARRIAGE LANE 3BR/1Bath $450/Mo $0.00/Dep 312B CARRIAGE LANE 2BR/1Bath $400/Mo $0.00/Dep 406 VICK STREET 3BR/1Bath $450/Mo $300/Dep Lee County 284 LINDEN ROAD 2BR/2Bath $525/Mo $525/Dep 300 THUNDERING SPRINGS RD 3BR/2Bath $600/Mo $600/Dep
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FSBO, 3BR/2BA in the City of Leesburg. Call 229-343-0900.
Albany, 4235 Nichols St., 3BR/1.5BA Single Family, 1731 sqft, Great Starter Home. Lease or Cash. Call For Details 877-519-0180 DAWSON AREA, Extra Nice 3200 sqft home on 15 acres with 7 ac lake. Beautiful landscaping. 3 mi above Dawson at 1769 Hwy 45 North (no sign). 12 yrs old. $325,000. Call James Dalton Realty 229-874-6825 anytime.
Lake Blackshear Cannon Branch 2600 sqft. 170ft on water, boat house, thousands below market. Limited time. 229-273-6948
Lee Co. Owner Financing Avail. 3BR/2BA, Garage, Fireplace & Appl. 435-1327
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ACREAGE UNDER 75
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Commercial Lot For Sale. Great Location 2901 Gillionville Road. Call 229-343-0900.
IS FRIDAY 10:00 A.M. House for Sale Lee Co., 2AC, 3BR/3BA, Lg. living rm, Kitchen w/ bar,, dining area, lg. wash rm, 20X20 game rm, 12X17 bonus rm upstairs. Over 2900 sqft. 2CHA. Lg. Closet space, 20X40 Deck, dbl carport & utility house. $198,000 Call Don 347-0421 Owner Financing w/ $30,000 Interested in Hud Home‘s Call me about the $100 down hud program. Must have 580 credit score. Call me at One Key Realty Bob Andrews 229-321-9047
REDUCED FSBO Lee CO. home. 894 Hwy 32 W, 3 br/2.5 ba, 1782 sq.ft, 2.3 acres, Sunroom, Jacuzzi, Fireplace, Wood/Tile floors,Termite bond. $173,000 OBO. 678-982-6803
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HOMES FOR SALE
3BR/3BA Lee Co. 2200sqft, gameroom, lg decks, inground pool, workshop, fenced yard. $169,900 869-7089 By Appointment
For Sale 4BR/2BA in the City of Leesburg, $161,700. Call 229-347-0845.
BEAUTIFUL, Custom 4 BR/4BA home, 1.3 acre wooded lot, gated community with pool, walking trails & fish pond. 229-347-0845. 3BR/2BA Worth Co. 6111 Ruben Ln. 28X64 Double wide on 1ac land, den w/ fireplace, LR. 894-5077 Reduced Price!
Since 1946 605 Pine Ave • 435-5216
HOMES FOR SALE
B&B Rental Agency 339 B CREEKSIDE (LEE) 3BR $595 mth/$500 dep 3708 COUNTRYSIDE 3BR $695 mth/$600 dep 1009 B 1ST AVE 2BR $495 mth/$400dep 145 A CROW (LEE) 3BR $595 mth/ $500 dep 1131 #2 BENJAMIN 1BR $450 mth/$400 dep 132 B TWISTED PINES (LEE) 3BR $650 mth/$600 dep 2305 A OLD DOMINION 3BR $695 mth/$600 dep
LEE Co QUADRAPLEX Leesburg, GA. 229-224-4549
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