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ArizonaHomeowner

BEED

Vol. 5 Issue 11

Your Boulders Real Estate Team Homes For Sale in The Boulders As of October 16, 2018

FEATURED LISTING

ADDRESS

LIST PRICE

SQFT

BED BATH

3003 N. Ironwood Rd.

$539,900

2,374

2

2.5

9242 E. Whitethorn Cir.

$619,000

1,631

2

2

9112 E. Clubhouse Ct.

$670,000

2,112

3

3

7500 E. Boulders Pkwy. #48

$679,900

2,024

3

2.5

7325 E. Rockview Rd.

$749,500

2,891

3

3

7415 E. High Point Dr.

$775,000

3,177

3

2.5

1605 N. Quartz Valley Rd.

$825,000

3,450

4

4

2202 N. Sagebrush Ln.

$825,000

2,557

3

2.5

1155 E. Beaver Tail

$829,000

2,877

3

3

7415 E. High Point Dr. | 3 Bed | 2.5 Bath | 3,177 SQFT. Beautiful, Updated, Greythorn home in The Boulders! This bright, open floor plan includes an oversize living room with charming fireplace, family room with additional fireplace, master bedroom, guest bedroom with ensuite bath, and a large bedroom/den with built-in shelving. The sizeable kitchen features an island, walk-in pantry, Sub Zero refrigerator and beverage cooler. Enjoy Arizona living from the quiet, peaceful backyard featuring lush vegetation, multiple patios, fireplace, water feature, built-in BBQ and a heated pool and spa. The 2 car garage, with built-in cabinets, has additional space to park a golf cart.

1007 E. Boulder Dr.

$839,000

3,232

3

3

1151 E. Beaver Tail

$873,000

2,535

3

2.5

1160 E. Beaver Tail Trl.

$875,000

2,950

3

2.5

7511 E. Club Villa Circle

$895,000

2,854

2

2.5

7723 E. Cassia Cir.

$925,000

3,540

3

3.5

7402 E. High Point Dr.

$1,037,000

3,720

3

4.5

1035 N. Boulder Dr.

$1,095,000

3,252

4

4

1700 E. Staghorn Ln.

$1,099,000

4,424

4

4

7373 E. Clubhouse Dr. #8

$1,125,000

3,200

4

3.5

7859 E. Thorntree Dr.

$1,280,000

3,800

3

3.5

3064 E. Ironwood Rd.

$1,350,000

3,618

3

3.5

7850 E. El Sendero #3

$1,400,000

2,922

3

2.5

7263 E. Arroyo Hondo Rd.

$1,565,000

4,701

3

4.5

3073 E. Ironwood Rd.

$1,575,000

3,091

3

3.5

1310 E. Coyote Pass

$1,695,000

3,677

3

2.5

2008 E. Smoketree Dr.

$1,699,000

4,958

4

4

7359 E. Arroyo Seco Rd.

$1,865,000

4,656

4

4.5

34908 N. Indian Camp Trl.

$1,965,000

5,017

4

4.5

7330 E. Arroyo Seco Rd.

$2,100,000

6,460

4

6

34767 N. 79th Way

$2,175,000

5,960

4

5

7711 E. Black Mountain Rd.

$2,695,000

5,300

3

4.5

4009 E. La Ultima Piedra

$3,200,000

5,491

4

4.5

BouldersLiving.com Donna Taylor

donna.taylor@russlyon.com 480-980-7508

Debbie Beede

debbie.beede@russlyon.com 602-373-6353

34305 N Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85266 If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Looking for the most effective marketing to get your home sold? Give us a call today, we would love the opportunity to earn your business!

Produced by DLP Marketing • (480)460-0996 • DLPmarketing.com

Sleep Well

Market Report Presented By Donna Taylor & Debbie Beede BouldersLiving.com

Happy Friendsgiving!

Away from Home for the Holidays

Heard Museum Phoenix, AZ

Sticky Garlic Chicken GoodNes


LOCAL VENUE Phoenix, AZ

Friends A FEAST FOR

I

f you don’t come from a large family or were compelled by college or career to travel far from home, then chances are you have attended or hosted a non-traditional Thanksgiving dinner with friends and acquaintances. Or perhaps you and your spouse find the newly empty nest a little too quiet and want to welcome other chick-less parents to share a bottle of wine along with the prized wishbone.

The Heard Museum is an internationally acclaimed museum for the quality of its collections, world class exhibitions, educational programming and unmatched festivals. Dedicated to the advancement of American Indian Art, the Heard successfully presents the stories of American Indian people from a first-person perspective, as well as exhibitions that showcase the beauty of traditional and contemporary art. The Heard Museum is free to the general public on the first Friday of every month from 6-10pm. Source: Heard.org/about/

No matter the generation or demographic, the prospect of being alone during the holidays is never welcome, especially when inundated with commercials and ads celebrating warm family reunions. Sometimes it’s a choice of avoiding familial drama or being asked for the thousandth time when you plan to marry. Friends tend to leave judgment off the menu. Ready to host this year? Then it’s time to choose your Thanksgiving family. Invite single friends and parents without partners, Bill in accounting who never joins in at work, or the sweet old lady down the hall who receives meals on wheels. Once you’ve set your guest list – and make it flexible for last minute adoptees – the meal planning can begin. If you’re in charge of the turkey, remember it needs several days to thaw to avoid a cooking disaster. Prepare some side dishes ahead of time if you’re limited on space, so they can simply be heated up the day of. Many “orphans” will want to pitch in, so you can never go wrong with potluck. Just in case, use Facebook or a sign-up app so you don’t end up with too many pumpkin pies and no vegetables. Hold up – there is no such thing as too many pumpkin pies.

SLUMBER TIME

L

ife can be stressful … so you need a special space to unwind. That’s why your bedroom should be an oasis from all the chaos. Here’s how to create a peaceful and calm space that will help you sleep soundly at the end of the day. The best way to improve your sleeping space is to ask yourself how you feel when you walk into your bedroom? Walk in and think, “Do I feel relaxed? Do I feel comfortable?” (It may even help to snap a few pics of your space on your phone, and then analyze the room like you would a photo on Pinterest or Instagram.) Next, gauge the temperature. If it feels hot or stuffy, have a fan installed to keep air circulating at night. If sun is streaming in the windows, add curtains or window treatments that can filter light and make the space seem more airy and light. Lighting should also be low and dimmable for different times of the day. It may be time to consider the color theme. Sleepy blues, calming grays, and creamy whites all make for a tranquil space. You may

Potlucks are also a great way to get to know your friends and neighbors while trying new things. Who says it has to be traditional turkey? A multi-cultural table with new and unusual dishes could be more memorable than the typical drumstick and stuffing. A common woe of not hosting Thanksgiving is the depressing lack of leftovers, so guests will be truly appreciative if you provide takeout boxes for a delicious next-day turkey sandwich or slice of pie. Whether facing your first holiday away from mom’s perfectly mashed potatoes or consciously choosing to skip Aunt June’s Waldorf salad, being part of a Friendsgiving celebration can be a welcome tonic for the homesick soul. Amen and happy holidays.

need to rethink bright reds or energetic yellows and opt for muted, relaxing colors for your boudoir. Tone down the bedding, window treatments, and furniture hues as well while you’re at it and perhaps relocate some items to other rooms of your home. Next, declutter! After all, there’s no way to rest when your eyes are staring at piles of paperwork or books, laundry piled up around the room, or exercise equipment screaming “Use me!” And although it’s difficult, try to keep your bedroom free of electronics, which many studies have shown are sleep disruptors. Staring at blinking numbers is anything but relaxing! Bottom line: Anything that reminds you of your never-ending to-do list should be off-limits in your bedroom. If music or aromas help you to unwind, consider adding an aromatherapy machine to your space. These often come with soothing sounds of the sea or of a trickling stream to help ease you into relaxation. Essential oils of lavender and calendula help relax your mind and body as you drift off into sleep. Finally, is your mattress due to be replaced? You spend a lot of time sleeping so make sure you are comfortable. Your linens may also need an upgrade. Higher thread counts and soft hued sheets and bedding will help you relax when you climb into bed at the end of a long day.

Sticky Garlic Chicken

FLAVORFUL

The Heard Museum

INGREDIENTS 8 1/3 cup 3 tbsp 2 tbsp 1 tbsp 4

Chicken drumsticks Packed brown sugar Soy sauce Cider vinegar Chopped fresh ginger Garlic cloves (large)

DIRECTIONS Remove skin from chicken. Place chicken in single layer in foil-lined 13 x 9-inch baking dish. Bake at 400° F for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, make sauce. Place sugar, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger and garlic in blender; cover. Blend until smooth. Pour mixture into small saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until reduced and thickened. Remove chicken from oven. Drain excess liquid. Brush chicken with two-thirds of sauce. Bake for an additional 5 minutes. Remove from oven; brush with remaining sauce. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and chopped green onions, if desired.

LIFEWISE

GoodNes.com


LOCAL VENUE Phoenix, AZ

Friends A FEAST FOR

I

f you don’t come from a large family or were compelled by college or career to travel far from home, then chances are you have attended or hosted a non-traditional Thanksgiving dinner with friends and acquaintances. Or perhaps you and your spouse find the newly empty nest a little too quiet and want to welcome other chick-less parents to share a bottle of wine along with the prized wishbone.

The Heard Museum is an internationally acclaimed museum for the quality of its collections, world class exhibitions, educational programming and unmatched festivals. Dedicated to the advancement of American Indian Art, the Heard successfully presents the stories of American Indian people from a first-person perspective, as well as exhibitions that showcase the beauty of traditional and contemporary art. The Heard Museum is free to the general public on the first Friday of every month from 6-10pm. Source: Heard.org/about/

No matter the generation or demographic, the prospect of being alone during the holidays is never welcome, especially when inundated with commercials and ads celebrating warm family reunions. Sometimes it’s a choice of avoiding familial drama or being asked for the thousandth time when you plan to marry. Friends tend to leave judgment off the menu. Ready to host this year? Then it’s time to choose your Thanksgiving family. Invite single friends and parents without partners, Bill in accounting who never joins in at work, or the sweet old lady down the hall who receives meals on wheels. Once you’ve set your guest list – and make it flexible for last minute adoptees – the meal planning can begin. If you’re in charge of the turkey, remember it needs several days to thaw to avoid a cooking disaster. Prepare some side dishes ahead of time if you’re limited on space, so they can simply be heated up the day of. Many “orphans” will want to pitch in, so you can never go wrong with potluck. Just in case, use Facebook or a sign-up app so you don’t end up with too many pumpkin pies and no vegetables. Hold up – there is no such thing as too many pumpkin pies.

SLUMBER TIME

L

ife can be stressful … so you need a special space to unwind. That’s why your bedroom should be an oasis from all the chaos. Here’s how to create a peaceful and calm space that will help you sleep soundly at the end of the day. The best way to improve your sleeping space is to ask yourself how you feel when you walk into your bedroom? Walk in and think, “Do I feel relaxed? Do I feel comfortable?” (It may even help to snap a few pics of your space on your phone, and then analyze the room like you would a photo on Pinterest or Instagram.) Next, gauge the temperature. If it feels hot or stuffy, have a fan installed to keep air circulating at night. If sun is streaming in the windows, add curtains or window treatments that can filter light and make the space seem more airy and light. Lighting should also be low and dimmable for different times of the day. It may be time to consider the color theme. Sleepy blues, calming grays, and creamy whites all make for a tranquil space. You may

Potlucks are also a great way to get to know your friends and neighbors while trying new things. Who says it has to be traditional turkey? A multi-cultural table with new and unusual dishes could be more memorable than the typical drumstick and stuffing. A common woe of not hosting Thanksgiving is the depressing lack of leftovers, so guests will be truly appreciative if you provide takeout boxes for a delicious next-day turkey sandwich or slice of pie. Whether facing your first holiday away from mom’s perfectly mashed potatoes or consciously choosing to skip Aunt June’s Waldorf salad, being part of a Friendsgiving celebration can be a welcome tonic for the homesick soul. Amen and happy holidays.

need to rethink bright reds or energetic yellows and opt for muted, relaxing colors for your boudoir. Tone down the bedding, window treatments, and furniture hues as well while you’re at it and perhaps relocate some items to other rooms of your home. Next, declutter! After all, there’s no way to rest when your eyes are staring at piles of paperwork or books, laundry piled up around the room, or exercise equipment screaming “Use me!” And although it’s difficult, try to keep your bedroom free of electronics, which many studies have shown are sleep disruptors. Staring at blinking numbers is anything but relaxing! Bottom line: Anything that reminds you of your never-ending to-do list should be off-limits in your bedroom. If music or aromas help you to unwind, consider adding an aromatherapy machine to your space. These often come with soothing sounds of the sea or of a trickling stream to help ease you into relaxation. Essential oils of lavender and calendula help relax your mind and body as you drift off into sleep. Finally, is your mattress due to be replaced? You spend a lot of time sleeping so make sure you are comfortable. Your linens may also need an upgrade. Higher thread counts and soft hued sheets and bedding will help you relax when you climb into bed at the end of a long day.

Sticky Garlic Chicken

FLAVORFUL

The Heard Museum

INGREDIENTS 8 1/3 cup 3 tbsp 2 tbsp 1 tbsp 4

Chicken drumsticks Packed brown sugar Soy sauce Cider vinegar Chopped fresh ginger Garlic cloves (large)

DIRECTIONS Remove skin from chicken. Place chicken in single layer in foil-lined 13 x 9-inch baking dish. Bake at 400° F for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, make sauce. Place sugar, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger and garlic in blender; cover. Blend until smooth. Pour mixture into small saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until reduced and thickened. Remove chicken from oven. Drain excess liquid. Brush chicken with two-thirds of sauce. Bake for an additional 5 minutes. Remove from oven; brush with remaining sauce. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and chopped green onions, if desired.

LIFEWISE

GoodNes.com


ArizonaHomeowner

BEED

Vol. 5 Issue 11

Your Boulders Real Estate Team Homes For Sale in The Boulders As of October 16, 2018

FEATURED LISTING

ADDRESS

LIST PRICE

SQFT

BED BATH

3003 N. Ironwood Rd.

$539,900

2,374

2

2.5

9242 E. Whitethorn Cir.

$619,000

1,631

2

2

9112 E. Clubhouse Ct.

$670,000

2,112

3

3

7500 E. Boulders Pkwy. #48

$679,900

2,024

3

2.5

7325 E. Rockview Rd.

$749,500

2,891

3

3

7415 E. High Point Dr.

$775,000

3,177

3

2.5

1605 N. Quartz Valley Rd.

$825,000

3,450

4

4

2202 N. Sagebrush Ln.

$825,000

2,557

3

2.5

1155 E. Beaver Tail

$829,000

2,877

3

3

7415 E. High Point Dr. | 3 Bed | 2.5 Bath | 3,177 SQFT. Beautiful, Updated, Greythorn home in The Boulders! This bright, open floor plan includes an oversize living room with charming fireplace, family room with additional fireplace, master bedroom, guest bedroom with ensuite bath, and a large bedroom/den with built-in shelving. The sizeable kitchen features an island, walk-in pantry, Sub Zero refrigerator and beverage cooler. Enjoy Arizona living from the quiet, peaceful backyard featuring lush vegetation, multiple patios, fireplace, water feature, built-in BBQ and a heated pool and spa. The 2 car garage, with built-in cabinets, has additional space to park a golf cart.

1007 E. Boulder Dr.

$839,000

3,232

3

3

1151 E. Beaver Tail

$873,000

2,535

3

2.5

1160 E. Beaver Tail Trl.

$875,000

2,950

3

2.5

7511 E. Club Villa Circle

$895,000

2,854

2

2.5

7723 E. Cassia Cir.

$925,000

3,540

3

3.5

7402 E. High Point Dr.

$1,037,000

3,720

3

4.5

1035 N. Boulder Dr.

$1,095,000

3,252

4

4

1700 E. Staghorn Ln.

$1,099,000

4,424

4

4

7373 E. Clubhouse Dr. #8

$1,125,000

3,200

4

3.5

7859 E. Thorntree Dr.

$1,280,000

3,800

3

3.5

3064 E. Ironwood Rd.

$1,350,000

3,618

3

3.5

7850 E. El Sendero #3

$1,400,000

2,922

3

2.5

7263 E. Arroyo Hondo Rd.

$1,565,000

4,701

3

4.5

3073 E. Ironwood Rd.

$1,575,000

3,091

3

3.5

1310 E. Coyote Pass

$1,695,000

3,677

3

2.5

2008 E. Smoketree Dr.

$1,699,000

4,958

4

4

7359 E. Arroyo Seco Rd.

$1,865,000

4,656

4

4.5

34908 N. Indian Camp Trl.

$1,965,000

5,017

4

4.5

7330 E. Arroyo Seco Rd.

$2,100,000

6,460

4

6

34767 N. 79th Way

$2,175,000

5,960

4

5

7711 E. Black Mountain Rd.

$2,695,000

5,300

3

4.5

4009 E. La Ultima Piedra

$3,200,000

5,491

4

4.5

BouldersLiving.com Donna Taylor

donna.taylor@russlyon.com 480-980-7508

Debbie Beede

debbie.beede@russlyon.com 602-373-6353

34305 N Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85266 If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Looking for the most effective marketing to get your home sold? Give us a call today, we would love the opportunity to earn your business!

Produced by DLP Marketing • (480)460-0996 • DLPmarketing.com

Sleep Well

Market Report Presented By Donna Taylor & Debbie Beede BouldersLiving.com

Happy Friendsgiving!

Away from Home for the Holidays

Heard Museum Phoenix, AZ

Sticky Garlic Chicken GoodNes

Debbie Beede | Arizona Homeowner  

Debbie Beede | Arizona Homeowner

Debbie Beede | Arizona Homeowner  

Debbie Beede | Arizona Homeowner