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Lovely four-bedroom home on golf course Open House from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday

812 Jeffreys Road

With more than 2,500 square feet, this terrific home features a large master bedroom downstairs, overlooking the golf course, and three additional bedrooms upstairs. One is currently being used as a large upstairs den. There is a beautiful greatroom with built-in cabinets, fireplace and wet bar for entertaining.. Other features include hardwood floors; a large, open remodeled kitchen, dining room, walk-in laundry room

and a lovely screened porch that opens to a patio. This home is beautifully maintained and ready for you to move in at a price you will not believe! Please come see for yourself at our open house, held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Directions: Benvenue road to Jeffreys road, home on the left just before northgreen Lane.

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Right at Home: Variations on the decorative vase to magnify a single flower. Guda created the Big Bloom vase as homage to 18th century French We’ve been picking flowers and physician Augustin-Jean Fresnel, sticking them in containers for what works best in it, and each is who invented a lens to enhance thousands of years. crafted of the same neutral white the brightness of lighthouse The early Egyptians did it, bisque porcelain, with a subtle yet lanterns and contributed to naval as did the Chinese: Feng Shui referential etched motif. (www. navigation safety. And Ricardo guidelines for creating harmony ) Saint Clair’s playful chalkboardin a home suggest placing vases “We wanted to create a line faced vase gives you a surface of fresh-cut flowers throughout of vases that provided a perfect to add an image or a message, the dwelling to relieve stress, and visual anchor for fresh flowers. and comes complete with chalk. increase productivity and creativ- Clean shapes and surfaces are ( ) ity. Ikebana, the 600-year-old art wonderful; they keep the focus Bliss Home and Design has of Japanese flower arranging, on the flowers,” says Robbins. an array of ceramic vases with became a craft of high regard, The Museum of Modern Art’s textural elements that add drama: with a spiritual element. store offered several interesting The Pompon vase is festooned Today, artisans, designers and vases at this spring’s design prewith white balls; the Sea Sponge even florists continue to dream view in New York. French design is made of layers of glazed clay up interesting new vessels. team Charlotte Arnal and Francis resembling fronds of ocean New York City-based floral Fevre’s Zouzous vase is a polycar- sponge, and Monkey Paw is made designer Matthew Robbins has bonate receptacle enrobed in a of dozens of iridescent ceramic created a simple line of vases for shaggy coat of colorful polyproblooms. (www.blisshomeandTeroforma that takes some of the pylene bristles. ) guesswork out of flower arrangAlso at the MoMA store, Charing. Each vase – Bud, Cutting, lie Guda perches a narrow vial in Bouquet, Branch – describes front of a small yet powerful lens See VASE, 2C By KIM COOK

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Chive’s bud vase sets come in sets of 8 or 12 vases and can be grouped together on an included tray. Made of ceramic, they come in a variety of shades and colors.

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Toronto-based design outfit Chive has decided to focus solely on selling vases. At the NY Now show in February, the company’s booth was abuzz with buyers placing orders for Pooley 2, a cluster of glazed ceramic bud vases affixed to a slab, as well as the Hudson 4 collection of clear glass vessels in configurations ranging from simple single shapes (such as a hanging egg) to conjoined vases that form caterpillar or bubbles. A porcelain bird vase in gray, white, blue or black seems to rest on the flowers or greenery placed in a receptacle at its feet. ( ) Waterford’s Evolution series has some striking examples of artisanal glasswork. The Menagerie Trinidad vase interprets the markings of a graceful ocelot, while the Nairobi invokes the bold stripes of a zebra. The Agate vase was inspired by the colors and concentric bands of quartz agate. ( ) Ikea’s Socker vase is an enameled steel-and-eucalyptus-handled bucket of diminutive proportions, so flowers displayed in it have the look of a European flower market. Ikaprig is a stoneware cylinder with a homespun aesthetic. (www. )

Waterford’s Evolution Agate Collection features zebra, ocelot and agate designs rendered in glass. The vase elevates whatever flower or foliage you place within to an artistic level. Available at Macy’s.

Chive’s Hudson 4 Caterpillar glass vase that works well on a long table or window sill. The conjoined vases come in a variety of sizes with varying quantities of vessels.

For this vase by Chive, water is added through a hole in the back, with an opening in the front for flowers or greenery.

A Chalkboard Vase is available at momastore. org. A removable bud vase is attached on the back of the chalkboard.

A Zouzous vase created by the French design team Charlotte Arnal and Francis Fevre is available at MoMA Design Store.


Waterford’s Evolution Nairobi Collection features vases in a variety of designs, including various sizes and shapes. These zebra print designs are hot sellers and are paired with vibrant hued blooms.

Sales of new homes fall 3.3 percent in February By JOSH BOAK AP Economics Writer

WASHINGTON – Fewer people bought new U.S. homes in February. Sales fell to their slowest pace in five months, a sign that the housing market has yet to recover fully from brutal winter weather. Sales of new homes declined 3.3 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 440,000, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. That was down from a revised rate of 455,000 in January. Buying dropped off during February in the Northeast, which was battered by snowstorms. It also fell in Western states, where last year’s price increases have made homes less affordable. New-home sales have declined 1.1 percent over the past 12 months. Despite the seasonal hit by a cold winter, sales are still on track to exceed the 428,000 total from 2013, when they rose 16.3 percent to their highest level in five years Most economists expect sales to rebound as the weather improves and the spring buying season begins. Not only does warmer weather bring more traffic to open houses, but fami-

lies are usually reluctant to move in the middle of the school year. Still, several other indicators from February suggest that a sector-wide rebound has yet to begin. An index tracking mortgage applications fell last month to its lowest level since December 2000. The Mortgage Bankers Association reported its seasonally adjusted index

of refinancing and homebuying demand dropped 8.5 percent to 348.5 in the week ended Feb. 21. The National Association of Realtors said last Thursday that sales declined 0.4 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.6 million. That was the sixth decline in the past seven months. The National Asso-

ciation of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index was 46 in February. Readings below 50 indicate that more builders view sales conditions as poor rather than good. And builders started work on 907,000 homes at a seasonally adjusted

annual rate in February, the Commerce Department said last week. That was down 0.2 percent from January, when construction had fallen 11.2 percent. Freezing temperatures and snowstorms have caused a slip in housing activity this past winter while

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Terrific home with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths + rec room / office. Lovely sun porch overlooking the golf course! $189,900 Host: Brad Smith

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Backyard ponds bring resort feel home By MICHELLE SPITZER Associated Press

About this time of year, Lee Neiman walks outside to his backyard every morning and impatiently counts the days. It’s not until late March or early April that the backyard paradise at his Pittsburgh home usually returns to life. The cascading waterfall starts running again and the pond catching it thaws. The fish that went dormant below a sheet of ice during the winter swim back into view. “I’m looking forward to that first cup of coffee by the pond,� said Neiman, a doctor practicing internal medicine. “What I really like is at night when I can open the windows and hear the waterfall.� Backyard ponds, which range from the simple to the elaborate, can become a passion for many gardeners. And technological improvements over the past 15 years have made it easier and more economical than ever to build one. “The pumps today are much more energy-efficient and last a lot longer,� said Randy Stewart, division manager for, a Shawnee, Okla.-based company that has been selling such supplies since 1998. “As for the filtration systems, some can clean with minimal maintenance. You can now maintain your pond wearing dress clothes instead of standing in the pond, pulling out the system and getting dirty.� Neiman was introduced to backyard ponds about 15 years ago when several of his friends had them. “I was envious of what I saw and decided to proceed and do it myself with the help of my son,� Neiman said. Three years ago, he hired someone to expand the original pond. It now stands 6 feet wide and 12 feet long, and has 16 fish

A koi fish swims in Sonny Alansky’s backyard pond in Rockledge, Fla.

A pond designed by Sonny Alansky for the backyard of his home in Rockledge, Fla.,measures roughly 37 feet in diameter, has three waterfalls and 14 koi fish.

– koi, goldfish and one catfish. The larger pond is more practical and beneficial for fish and plants, Neiman said. Plus, it looks nicer. Many people who build backyard ponds end up expanding them, said Bob Dorrance, founder and operator of , a website devoted to amateur pond enthusiasts. “The first one never seems big enough,� Dorrance said. “You’re always adding something little to it – lights, flowers, bushes, whatever your taste is. You can probably look at 100 ponds and they are all different. You can make it your own according to whatever you like.� Getting started, he said, is the most daunting step. “The hardest part is digging the hole,� he said. “If you get a couple strong people to get out there and build the hole, you’re in good shape.� Before you dig, design the pond, taking into consideration the surrounding trees and vegetation, he said. Be sure to follow any homeowners association or other regulations for the property. Once the hole is dug,

an ultraviolet clarifier, a small device that exposes algae to UV light and kills it. They can run anywhere from $100 to nearly $2,000. Living in warm, central Florida, Sonny Alansky gets to enjoy his pond yearround. Just off his backyard porch, the pond measures 37 feet in diameter, and includes three waterfalls, 14 koi, and a plethora of tropical vegetation such as palm trees, hibiscus and birds of paradise. Alansky, a retired electrician, designed the pond about three years ago when he moved into his Rockledge, Fla., home. “I’m out here every day enjoying it,� Alansky said. “I love coming out and feeding the fish. They see me coming and they swim right up to me.� He’s always adding something new, whether it’s more decorative stones or more devices to deter predators; he’s already lost one fish to a heron. Fake alligators and owls and even a motion-detector sprinkler help protect the

Dorrance said, line it with a quality, thick liner. Investing a little more will be worth it to avoid holes or tears. It’s a myth that backyard ponds do best in warm climates, he said. They can thrive pretty much anywhere. Northern ponds just need a little extra preparation for winter. “All you have to do is get a lightweight net and put it over the top of the pond to keep leaves and debris out of it,� Dorrance said. “Also, make sure you pull any accessories out of the water, like filters or UV lights, so they don’t freeze.� Those who live in colder climates may lose some vegetation each winter, but if you plan you can minimize the loss. And winter should not hurt the fish that call your backyard pond home. “All the fish will go to the very bottom of the pond and go dormant for the winter,� Dorrance said. “You do need to have a small hole to allow any gases to escape.� Algae buildup is usually the biggest problem pond owners face wherever they live, he said. The solution is a water pump and

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Backyard ponds, which range from small and simple to meandering and ornate, can become a passion for many gardeners.

fish. He has spent roughly $20,000 on the pond so far. It has three pumps, which run constantly, resulting in a $100 per month increase to Alansky’s electric bill. He said the extra expense is worth the enjoyment he and his wife get out of the

pond. Friends and neighbors also admire the view and enjoy the murmur of the waterfalls. “Nothing relaxes us more than watching the koi fish swimming among the lily pads with the brightly colored lily flowers,� Alansky said.



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DeeDs The following deeds were recorded with the Nash County Register of Deeds from March 12-18. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (* No fee required.)

O Trustee Services of Carolina LLC to Bank of America N.A.; 10085 E. N.C. 97; $196. O Trustee Services of Carolina LLC to JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A.; 2212 Wiley Road, Spring Hope; $55. O Substitute Trustee Services Inc. to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington D.C.; 700 S. Howell St., Rocky Mount* O Substitute Trustee Services Inc. to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington D.C.; 743 Columbia Ave., Rocky Mount* O William Michael Lamm and Melissa Shepard Lamm to Michael Chad Earp; lots 6 and 7, block B; Heritage Manor; Bailey Township; $60. O Donald Ray Little Sr. and Hulda W. Little to Matthew Williams Little; lot 4; Lakebreeze; Rocky Mount Township* O Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. to Marcus Chester Osterhoudt; 114 Aviation Ave., Nashville; $130. O Margaret E. Sowerwine to Donald W. Bales Jr.; 106 Raper Drive, Rocky Mount; $110. O Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. Ells, Substitute Trustee, to Bank of America N.A.; 156 Berryhill Road, Rocky Mount; $68. O Robert D. Kornegay Jr., Susan Carter Barmer, James Ray Barmer, Marian Carter Bevins and Harvey F. Bevins to Nezzie Josephine Davis; 812 S. Creek Drive, Nashville; $531. O Jackie Raper to Herbert P. Stallings; 3792 Loblolly Drive, Rocky Mount; $285. O Kimberly W. Llyod and Peter David Lloyd to Thao V. Chau; 6908 Peppermill Way, Rocky Mount; $206.




O Heather D. Dixon and David A. Dixon to Annette L. Baugham and Herbert L. Baugham Jr.; 2365 E. Old Spring Hope Road, Nashville; $110. O ENC of North Carolina LLC to Edward Lawrence Hull; lot; 21 acres more or less; Baker Place* O H.C. Williams to H.C. Williams and Bettie Joyner Williams; lot 2A and 2C; 125.5 acres* O Samuel R. Williams to Patricia Ann Edmond; 1825 Lansdowne Road, Rocky Mount; $330. O Billy M. Johnson and Tammy L. Johnson to Bobby M. Connie and Robin C. Connie; lot; Rocky Mount Township; $160. O Bobby M. Connie and Robin C. Connie to Billy M. Johnson and Tammy L. Johnson; 7648 Mattie Road, Rocky Mount; $454. O Trustee Services of Carolina LLC to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.; 303 Hearthstone Drive, Nashville* O Guy T. Baxter and Kathy M. Baxter to John Davis Vann; 4528 Country Lane, Rocky Mount; $326. O Cameron P. Moats and Margaret G. Moats to Deborah Ray and Mel Kimble Ray; 6594 Crowned Court, Zebulon; $152. O Ryszard Tabaka to Latresa S. Anderson-Beck; 1017 Gold Rock Road, Rocky Mount; $178. O Rogers Townsend & Thomas PC to Douglas W. Griffin and Diane B. Griffin; lot; 6.67 acres more or less; $79. O Glenn R. Fraser to Loretta Renee Johnson; 157 Irene Court, Rocky Mount; $244. O Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington D.C. to Michael Little; 1200 Paul St., Rocky Mount* O Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. to John Medley; 4020 Woodstock Road, Rocky Mount; $131. O Nils W. Joyner Jr. and Debbie V. Joyner to Wayne H. O’Berry; tract 1; 1.22 acres* O Deborah R. Joyner, Gary D.





Joyner and Charles W. Rhodes to Clayton H. Jones and Barbara R. Jones; lot 2; 2.765 acres more or less; $20. O Clayton L. Beard Jr., Rhonda P. Beard, Sharon Beard Williams, George C. Williams Jr. to Shelton P. Manning, Evelyn M. Manning, Stephen R. Manning, Valerie D. Manning, Gary Brent Manning and Sandra J. Manning; lot; 17.94 acres more or less; Nashville Township; $120. O Snap and Cracker LLC to Johnny L. Stobaugh; 5029 Brassfield Drive, Rocky Mount; $260. O Verdena R. Lynch and Vanessa J. Lynch to Jeanette M. Manning; 405 Woodfield Drive, Nashville; $289. O Chad M. Bruza and Joy E. Bruza to Timothy Wayne Sloop and Sara Pate Sloop; 701 Foxridge Court, Rocky Mount; $305. O Bankers Trust Co of California N.A. to Robert Stephen Ricks and Wendy C. Ricks; 1268 Ford Road, Nashville; $343. O Charles Edward Manning and Dixie Tant Manning to Edward & Dixie LLC; tract 1, 18.04 acres; tract 2, 1.51 acres; and tract 3, 6.44 acres more or less* O Charles Edward Manning and Dixie Tant Manning to Edward & Dixie LLC; parcel 1, tract 1, lot 1, 23.8 acres more or less; tract 2, 47.1 acres more or less; and parcel 3, 54.8 acres more or less; tract 2, 36.03 acres; tract 3, parcel 1, 20.8 acres more or less; parcel 2, 43.2 acres more or less; tract 4, 143.6 acres; tract 5, 80.23 acres; tract 6, 57.2 acres more or less; tract 7, 0.09 acre* O Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. Ells, Substitute Trustee, to CitiMortgage Inc.; 824 Binker Drive, Rocky Mount; $106. O Bobby Lee Burk to Zochary Z. Hooker and Joyce P. Rodwell; 5566 Stone Whitley Road, Middlesex; $72. O W. Glenn Medlin to John Marshall Whitehurst III and Candace Lee Curtis; 3983 W. Old Spring Hope Road, Nashville;

$256. O Robert M. Russotti and Jihan Issa Russotti to Tarhell Land Co.; lot 43; 5.503 acres; Little Creek Subdivision; $22. O Robert M. Russotti and Jihan Issa Russotti to Tarheel Land Co.; lot 44; 2.4320 acres; $21. O James E. Cross Jr. to Tarheel Land Co.; lot 27; 0.911 acres; Spring Creek Subdivision; $35. O James E. Cross to Tarheel Land Co.; lot 31; 6.724 acres; Spring Creek Subdivision; $61. O Dewey Calhoun Greene and Kathryn S. Greene to Jeffrey Van Tyson and Sharon W. Tyson; parcel 1, 41.32 acres; and parcel 2, 51.1 acres more or less; $260. O Wilton L. Adcock and Beverly G. Adcock to Jeffrey Van Tyson and Sharon W. Tyson; lot; 69.16 acres more or less; $260. O James Freer, Leatrice Freer and Edna R. Roberson to Edna R. Roberson and Luther Roberson Jr.; 12054 Freer Drive, Rocky Mount* O Pankajkumar R. Patel and Jyotsna Patel to Eastern Pride Inc.; lot 1; 1.15 acres; $520. O W. Edward Jackson, Tracey B. Jackson, Karen J. Smith, Donnie Nicole Jackson and Tiffany Elizabeth Jackson to Frances B. Batchelor; lot 1; 1.19 acres; Mannings Township; $58. The following deeds were recorded with the Edgecombe County Register of Deeds from March 12-18. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (* No fee required.)

O Alfonzo Jenkins and Peggy Joyce Jenkins to Alfonzo Jenkins, Peggy Joyce Jenkins and Peggy Maria Jenkins; parcel one, lot 14; parcel 2; and parcel 3, lot 83; Spencer’s Woods Subdivision* O Tamara R. Cornish to CitiMortgage Inc.; lot 27, phase two; River Run Subdivision; $204. O Substitute Trustee Services Inc. to Nationstar Mortgage LLC; 3704 Medlin Place, Tarboro; $195.

O AGT LLC to Linda Thomas Hines; 203-207 E. Main St., Whitakers; $60. O Triangle East Timber Co. to Berry Mahlon House Jr.; tract 5; 7.06 acres; No. 8 Township; $42. O Branch Banking and Trust Co. to David Preston Pair; lot 17, section 5; Green Pasture Farm Subdivision; $24. O Johnny Dunn Webb to Timothy C. Webb and Kathy D. Webb; lot; 1.01 acres more or less; No. 10 Township; $20. O Edgecombe County to Paulette Coke Wilford; 420 E. Thomas St., Rocky Mount* O Lynn A. Williams to Robert C. Williams; lots 7 and 8 of block W of the L.F. Tillery Property* O Wayne Morgan Coley and Frances Booth Coley to Raymond Lee Boone; lot; No. 14 Township; $100. O Life-Changing Christian Outreach to Charlotte Benson; 1201 Rosewood Ave., Rocky Mount* O David Brian Phillips and Naomi W. Phillips to David E. Saulter and Kathryn S. Saulter; lot; 0.78 acres more or less; No. 8 Township; $28. O Elwood Ray Dail and Wanda B. Dail to Thomas Lee Bolton and Nancy Taylor Bolton; lots 385, 386, 387, 388 and 389; No. 1 Township; $60. O Janice Israel to Deutsche National Trust Co.; lot 4, block F; Birchfield; $156. O Calvin Child to William H. Phillips Jr.; lot 2, block C; Whitfield* O Joseph Hall and Norma Hall to Troy Vaughn Davis; lot; $3. O Grady I. Ingle or Elizabeth B. Ells to Bank of America N.A.; 1415 Cypress St., Rocky Mount; $14. O Green Tree Servicing LLC to Helen M. Blankshain; lot; 1.41 acres; No. 12 Township; $54. O Trustee Services of Carolina LLC to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.; 112 Falcon Road, Rocky Mount* O Gary Sommer to Patricia Draughn; 2601 Leggett Road, Rocky Mount; $118.

Average U.S. 30-year mortgage rate increases to 4.40 percent Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen suggesting that WASHINGTON – Averthe Fed could start raising age U.S. rates on fixed short-term interest rates by mortgages rose this week in mid-2015. the wake of comments by Mortgage buyer Fred-

die Mac said Thursday the average rate for the 30-year loan increased to 4.40 percent from 4.32 percent last week. The average for the 15-year mortgage rose

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to 3.42 percent from 3.32 percent. A key home-price index showed Tuesday a robust 13.2 percent increase in January compared with

12 months earlier. But the Standard & Poor’s/CaseShiller 20-city index was down from a 13.4 percent increase in 2013 and was the second straight decline.

Most economists expect sales to rebound as the weather improves. Rates have risen a percentage point since hitting record lows a year ago.


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$121,000 2120 EDINBOROUGH RD. STATELY BRICK TRADITIONAL - formal areas w/hwd floors, den w/fp, kitchen w/dining, 4BR (one down), 3BA, deck.


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$229,900 4280 NOBLES MILL POND RD. BUILDER’S BEST - Large foyer, greatroom w/fp, kitchen w/dining, 4BR (1 up), 3BA, large utility/office, front & rear porches, att. 2 car garage. #93996

$108,900 1432 FOXHALL DR. MOVE-IN READY - Vinyl siding - large greatroom w/fp, dining room, kitchen, 3BR (master down), carport, deck, lovely wooded lot & much more! #95424

$168,500 1009 ROSE BLVD. NASH COUNTRY W/3.3 ACRES - Large greatroom w/fp, formal dining w/hwd floor, kitchen, 4BR, 2.5BA, att. dbl. garage, inground pool, great opportunity to save $$$s due to upgrades needed. #95918

$105,000 2517 SEXTON ST. NEAT & NICE - Greatroom w/fp and cathedral ceiling, kitchen w/dining, 3BR, 2BA, fenced rear yard, covered deck, appliances. #94336

$145,000 224 OLD COLONY wAY COLONIAL TRACE CHARMER - Greatroom w/fp, formal dining room, 3BR, 3BA, appliances, eat-in kitchen, river rock street, brick sidewalks & much more! #95648

$89,000 2209 OLD SPARTA RD.

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$74,900 128 wILLOw OAKS OWNER SAID SELL!! No exterior maintenance - townhome w/open floorplan - greatroom w/fp, dining area & kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, deck, HOA covers all exterior. #95158

$73,900 2220 COKEY RD. EYE CATCHING 2 story vinyl siding home w/living room & dining room w/hwd floors, kitchen, sunroom, 3BR, 2BA, det. dbl carport, extra .66 acre lot, enc. porch. #95378

$52,500 653 GOLD ROCK RD. BRICK TRADITIONAL w/living room, kitchen w/dining area, 3 BR, 1 BA, Central heat/air, chain linkfence,, appliances, #95568

$50,000 1917 BEVERLY RD. BRICK RANCH w/living room, kitchen, 3BR, 1BA plus detached garage. #93269





$139,500 202 CYPRESS COURT

BRICK/SIDING w/greatroom w/FP & vaulted ceiling, formal dining, & kitchen w/hardwood floors, 3BR, 2BA, Progress Energy Electric. #94249

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$69,000 607 BENSON DR. BEST BUY IN TARBORO - w/formal areas, large den w/fp, 3BA, 1.5BA, kitchen w/dining, front & rear porches, det. double garage, hardwood floors, you’ll be impressed! #95970

$58,500 106 STEVEN DRIVE MOVE-IN READY - Living room, kitchen, 3BR, 1.5BA, new paint, new vinyl, refinished hardwood floors, new roof (2009), new heat / air 2011. #94743

$56,000 26930 NC HwY 48, wHITAKERS COUNTRY MANOR - yesterday’s design, living room w/fp, den w/fp, modern kitchen w/large dining area, 2BR, upstairs den, 3BA plus addition with master BR w/cathedral ceiling, master bath (not completed), 3.3 acres, exterior repairs needed. #95962







$61,000 1220 GREEN TEE LANE BEST BUY IN NORTHGREEN - greatroom w/fp, cathedral ceiling, large kitchen w/dining, 4BR, 2BA, deck, lovely treed lot. #94883


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$49,900 1441 BROOKMEADE CT TOWNHOME w/greatroom w/fireplace, kitchen, 2BR, 2BA, appliances, deck, (roof 2 years old) #95961

$39,900 1119 S. CHURCH ST. AFFORDABLE LIVING - Living room, den/dining room, 2BR, 2BA, central heat/air, 2 car carport, move in condition. #94354

$27,000 821 wILKINS ST. HOME OR INVESTMENT - Living room, kitchen w/dining, den w/fireplace, 3BR, 2BA, utility, fenced rear yard. #95177

$49,900 840 S. PINE ST. AFFORDABLE MAINTAINED HOME - Living room, 3BR, 1BA, kitchen, den, central heat/air. Screened back porch, carport, vinyl siding. #87547

$37,900 1820 BLANDwOOD DR AFFORDABLE - living room, kitchen w/dining, 3BR, 1BA, large utility, new heat/air installed at close of sale. #94721

$25,000 215 CEDAR STREET

SPACIOUS VINYL SIDING w/ living room, kitchen, 3BR, 1BA, chain link fence.


$45,000 621 CLAYTON ST. BRICK RANCH w/living room, kitchen w/dining, 3BR/1.5BA, hardwood floors in living room & bedrooms. #94138

$42,000 533 HAMMOND ST. UNIQUE CHARM - living room, dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sunroom/utility. #91298

$34,900 703 E. HIGHLAND AVE. GREAT BUY - living room w/fp, modern kitchen, huge den, bonus room, 2 bedrooms, front/rear porches, sunroom (unheated), fenced yard, central heat/air. #95480

$29,900 801 COLUMBIA AVE. HOME OR INVESTMENT- Living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 BR, 1 BA, Central heat/air, corner lot #95521

$28,000 628 PARK AVE. HOME OR INVESTMENT - Living room, kitchen, 2BR, 1BA, vinyl siding, vinyl windows & new paint. #87270

$23,000 256 RALEIGH BLVD HOME OR INVESTMENT-Vinyl Siding, living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 BR, 1 BA, central heat/air #95525

$22,000 439 MAGNOLIA DR. HOME OR INVESTMENT - brick home on corner lot. Living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, detached garage. #94807

$45,000 1713 SPRINGFIELD RD. EXTRA NICE - Living room, eat-in kitchen, 2BR, 1BA, den or 3rd BR, hardwood floors, large lot. #95651

$28,000 800 SHEARIN ST. HOME OR INVESTMENT - Living room, kitchen, 2 BR, 1 BA, Central heat/air, vinyl siding, Rental income $365 per month #95524

$21,500 $21,900 948 DUNBAR wOODS 1410 CYPRESS ST. SINGLEWIDE - Living room, kitchen, 2BR, 1BA, AFFORDABLE & LIVABLE - living room, 1.04 acre lot. kitchen/dining, 3BR, 1BA, central heat. #92724 #95706




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$18,900 1231 PLANTERS ST. HOME OR INVESTMENT - Living room, kitchen, 2BR, 1BA, +120 sq. ft. attic finished. #95078

$39,900 316 AMOS ST. AFFORDABLE brick w/living room, kitchen, 2BR, 1.5BA, double carport, central heat/air, fence. #95063

$18,000 529 DEXTER ST. HOME OR INVESTMENT-Vinyi siding, living room, kitchen, 2 BR, 1 BA, Rental income $275. Per month #95523

$16,900 632 PARK AVE. GOOD BUY! Living room & 3 bedrooms with hardwood floors, lots of cabinets in kitchen, 1 bath, front porch. #86008

$9,900 920 LONG AVE. RENTAL INVESTMENT - living room, dining room, kitchen, 2BR, 1BA, aluminum siding. #95772

$650,000 2947 Old Battleboro Rd. BIG PRICE REDUCTION - 7269 sqft. church building plus 1824 sq.ft. Brick building & 2 mobile homes plus 9.5 acres of land. #94007

6604 NC HwY. 87 w. VACANT LOT - 1.24 Acre. Well and septic tank. #94859

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Gourmet herbs: Tasty and attractive jumped 15 percent per year since Burpee and its Cook’s Garden subsidiary launched Culinary herbs are enjoy- their Pinnacle Herbs Collecing a revival thanks to new tion in 2012, he said. varieties, stronger flavors, “Home cooks are exhealth concerns and more perimenting with recipes discerning palates. Their outside the standard or low cost, attractiveness and customary menu,� Ball said. easy-to-grow attributes are “There is an unbelievable making them popular, too. number of more subtle “Herbs can add a lot of variations of taste of single flavor to cooked dishes and herbs and, particularly, lead to reductions in fat, combos of herbs.� salt and cholesterol,� said The Pinnacle Herbs Gary Gao, a horticulturist line is made up of 50-plus with Ohio State University varieties planted in the Extension. porous “compost pile� soils These days, he said, of mountainous western “people tend to spend more Pennsylvania. time at home and less time “Free of air pollution, traveling. Cooking meals unfiltered light shining at home also saves a lot of down on the herbs induces, money.� fairly quickly, higher oil Food safety concerns are content production,� Ball another reason that many said in an email. “Even durpeople plant herbs, he said. ing pre-shipping, the smells “Gardeners feel much betare drifting off the plants. ter about their garden-fresh Really unique.� herbs than what they buy.� The difference between a New varieties have been good cook and a great cook introduced for use with often comes down to the ethnic cooking, said George use of culinary herbs – how Ball, chairman of W. Atlee much to use and how to Burpee & Co. Sales have pick them for optimal By DEAN FOSDICK Associated Press

flavor, Ball said. “Herb flavor declines and changes once plants begin and continue flowering,� he said. “The best way to extend the harvest is by pinching (back) the plants often to keep them from flowering and, worse yet for flavor, from growing seed stalks.� Culinary herbs make a good alternative cash crop for small-scale growers, Gao said. Their market ranges from home gourmet cooks to restaurant chefs, health food and grocery stores, farmers markets and food processing companies. Basil, cilantro, parsley, rosemary, tarragon, sage and mint are the most commonly grown herbs for commercial use, Gao said. Herbs are inexpensive, whether sold as seeds or plants. Try a taste test if undecided about which herb to buy, suggests Rose Marie Nichols-McGee, president of Nichols Garden Nursery in Albany, Ore. “Go to a nursery and

A chive blooms in a residential garden near Langley, Wash.

taste a little (leaf) sample from one of the plants,� she said. “If it doesn’t have the flavor you like, then it’s obviously not a plant you want to buy.� Many herbs are attractive, too. Plate them up as a garnish or make some into fragrant centerpiece arrangements for the table.

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A rosemary plant blooms on residential property near Langley, Wash. Many herbs, like rosemary, are attractive to look at as well as to taste.

Lemon thyme, lavender, mint, some long-blooming oregano and the seed heads from garlic chives are frequently used for decorating.

“I think of them as the ‘vegetable flowers’,� Ball said. “They’re very lovely plants to grow as well as to taste.�


4VOEBZ .BSDI_1. Realtors - list your open house here for only $35 2106 LIVING STONE DRIVE • $294,900


2570 BRaNDymILL DRIVE • $229,900

Subdivision: THE OAKS AT HUNTER HILL New Construction ALL BRICK EXECUTIVE STYLE HOME! 4BR/3BA Approx: 2800 sq ft Energy efficient Home! Up-graded HVAC & insulation, sealed crawlspace, Granite Counter Tops, SS Appliances, Hardwood Floor, screened porch, no city taxes, and low utilities. Directions: Hunter Hill Rd cross over I-95, subdivision is on the left.

Subdivision: Asheboro West New Open floor plan!! New Subdivision!! No City taxes!! Duke energy!! This Quality New Construction Home Features: Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Hardwood floors, Sealed crawlspace, and Multiple green features to make this home energy efficient. This home also has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, office, and expandable second floor. Directions: Hunter Hill going towards Red Oak, turn left on Asheboro West Subdivision.


AGENT ON DUTY: LisA TEDDEr BAzEMOrE 252-904-4960

Lisa Tedder Bazemore & Associates

Lisa Tedder Bazemore & Associates


Available Rentals First Carolina Realty 1100 West Thomas St., Rocky Mount 252-985-2321 Your next home is just a phone call away! Harambee Square Apartments 158 S. Washington St., Rocky Mount 252-446-1508 Heritage Hills Apartments 3206 Sunset Ave., Rocky Mount 252-937-6055 Move In Special Robertson Realty 806 E. Washington St., Nashville 252-459-4525 B&H Realty Inc. 3202 C Sunset Ave., Rocky Mount 252-443-7368 Make A Fresh Start Tau Valley 237 S. Winstead Ave., Rocky Mount 252-443-6114 Elegant Living in a Great Neighborhood

Villager Apartments 3324 Sunset Ave. Rocky Mount 252-937-4888 Professionally Managed by Simmons & Harris

Stone Gate 188 Sunshine Dr., Rocky Mount 252-266-6672 We Look Forward to Serving Your Housing Needs

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Wildwood Trace 2140 Pine Tree Ln. Rocky Mount 252-977-7090 For the Very Best Beacon Pointe Apartments 1901 F Lipscomb Rd. Wilson 252-281-1380 You Have To See It To Believe It! Westridge Village Apartments 3324 Sunset Ave. Rocky Mount 252-937-4888 Professionally Managed by Simmons & Harris Rolling Meadows Apartments 1960 Boone St., Rocky Mount 252-446-0652 Thorne Ridge Apartments 1310 Dreaver St., Rocky Mount 252-446-6100 Make a Fresh Start!!

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Realtors - list your open house here for only $35 812 JOSHUA CLAY DRIvE • $274,500


3400 GREYSTONE DRIvE • $239,900

Subdivision: Nob Hill Traditional style 4 BR/2 BA, half bath. New Roof. Dbl. attached garage. Spacious kitchen and living area. Must see to appreciate so come preview this gem and you will want to call it HOME! Directions: Sunset west to Winstead Avenue. Right on Michael Scott. Left on Joshua Clay. House on Right.

Spacious brick 4 BR/3 1/2 BA home is ideally located for in-town convenience. Open floorplan & lots of cathedral ceilings! Granite kitchen w/formal dining PLUS sunny breakfast room! 1st floor master w/ spa tub/sep shower. Screened-in porch, fenced yard, 2 car garage, granite, hardwoods + a huge bonus! Two full baths on 2nd floor. New carpet & SS appliances. DIRECTIONS: From Sunset turn right on Halifax Rd, Left into Wedgewood/ Greystone Drive. Last house on Right.

AGENT ON DUTY: KELLiE rOY 252-469-9649


1144 ROSEDALE • $267,500

821 BURTON STREET • $89,900

4 bedrooms, 3 baths,, The Presidential Of Rosedale, Clean and Pristine lovely single family home offers distinct qualities throughout. Granite Counters in Kitchen, Glass Cabinetry, Hardwood floors in Dining, Kitchen and Entry. Huge expandable area. Dble Car Garage, Brick Patio. Lge Handicap Doorways. Plantation blinds and Sunroom. On two lots - IMMACULATE! DIRECTIONS: Sunset Avenue East to right on Westview Park Rd and left on Rosedale.

Lovely Brick Home with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, gleaming hardwood floors, cozy fireplace, plenty of space, freshly painted and move in ready! Directions: From West Haven Blvd, turn right onto Hammond Street, Left onto Burton Street, Property on the left. AGENT ON DUTY: JUDY MEsKO 252-452-1234

rENEE siLK, BrOKEr ON DUTY 252-266-4295

3413 MERRIFIELD ROAD • $149,900.00

700 DUCKpOND RD. • $264,900

Subdivision: Weatherstone Need space? We have it. This four bedroom home has Great Room, Dining Room, Breakfast Area in the Kitchen, and a Sunroom. The downstairs bedroom can be utilized as a Den or Office. Also has a third floor walk up attic. Come by and see how this home could work for your family. Directions: Sunset Avenue west past Winstead Avenue. Turn right on Weatherstone; turn left on Merrifield. Home on left.

Subdivision: Red Oak Hills Desirable area, Progress Energy, open floor plan, fireplace, bonus Room, screened back porch and large deck. Large private lot with no neighbors to the left or at the back. Must See! Directions: Sunset Avenue to Right on N. Old Carriage, Left on Hunter Hill, Right on Red oak Left on Rose Blvd., Right on Loop Rd., Left on Red Oak Hills, Right on Duckpond Rd. Home will be on the right

AGENT ON DUTY: KATHY AKErs 252-266-4038

AGENT ON DUTY: HELEN WiLLiAMs 252-908-4792

108 GARY COURT • $99,800

FairField realty Downeast

707 BASS DR. S. • $77,500

Subdivision: Jackson Ridge Great family home on large cul-de-sac lot. BRICK. 3bed/2 bath. Move in ready. Nice big L/R with brick fireplace. New windows. Double carport in rear. COME SEE WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR YOUR MONEY!!! Directions: Hwy 301. S. Exit Raleigh Rd/97 W. Turn left on Raleigh Rd. Right on Kinchen. Left on Gary Ct.

Very well maintained manufactured home in Nashville. 3 bed 2 baths built in 1994. Roof is 4 yrs old and new Heat Pump installed in 2012. 250 sq ft detached storage. Must see!! Directions: Take 64 W to exit 459, take left on to NC 58, right on Barnes, right on US 64 by Fuel Doc, left on to S Bass Dr and house will be on the left.


AGENT ON DUTY: KAY OWEN 252-904-1434

1938 BLUE HERON DRIvE • $269,900

872 BRIDLE DRIvE • $187,500

Subdivision: THE LANDING AT COOPERS FIELDS This New Construction ALL BRICK EXECUTIVE STYLE HOME has all the Bells & Whistles! 3BR/2BA Certified Energy Star Home w/ multiple green features! Up-graded insulation, tankless water heater, sealed crawlspace, advanced framing, programmable thermostat, low-e windows, Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, HW Floor, no city taxes, and low utilities. Dir: Hwy 64 to Nashville exit, Turn right onto Red Oak Rd, and left into The Landing at Cooper Fields.

Subdivision: Old Carriage Farm Nash County Home! Progress Energy, USDA Qualified 100% Financing! Eat-In Kitchen with Granite Countertops. Greatroom with Fireplace & Gas Logs. Three Bedrooms Down, Three Full Baths. Huge Bonus Room with Bath. Screened Porch, Deck, Alarm System, Concrete Drive. A Must See! Directions:Take Sunset Avenue to Old Carriage Road, Turn Left, right into Old Carriage Farm, Left on Bridle, Home on the right.


AGENT ON DUTY: CHris BULLUCK 252-883-1383

Lisa Tedder Bazemore & Associates

7309 BAYWOOD ROAD • $224,900

3905 HAWTHORNE ROAD • $268,500

Subdivision: BAYWOOD New Construction Energy Efficient Home w/ multiple green features: Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, HW Floors, No city taxes, & Low utilities. This home is located near the Tar River Reservoir so you can be boating or fishing within a few minutes. Community features: Club house, Swimming pool, Fitness center, & Pond all this for $30.00 per month. Dir: Hwy 64 take the Red Oak Exit turn on South Old Carriage Rd heading towards Hwy 97 before you get to Hwy 97 turn into the Baywood S/D, left onto Baywood Rd.

Southern-Style Brick Colonial! One owner home. Numerous updates and amenities! Triple attached carport and storage building! Perfect home with setup that could be used as an “In-Law’s Quarters� having 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths! ESTATE is selling and eager to move the home! Priced at only $59 per Sq Ft. Listed for only $268,500! Directions: Sunset Ave to Winstead Ave South. Turn right onto Hawthorne Rd. Home is on the left way down near the cul-de-sac.

AGENT ON DUTY: LisA TEDDEr BAzEMOrE 252-904-4960


Lisa Tedder Bazemore & Associates


3815 MIDDLETON DRIvE • $229,900 Subdivision: Asheboro West New Open floor plan!! New Subdivision!! No City taxes!! Duke energy!! This Quality New Construction Home Features: Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Hardwood floors, Sealed crawlspace, and Multiple green features to make this home energy efficient. Directions: Hunter Hill towards Red Oak, right into Asheboro West Subdivion AGENT ON DUTY: LisA TEDDEr BAzEMOrE 252-904-4960

Lisa Tedder Bazemore & Associates


4565 MORNING STAR COURT • $294,900 Subdivision: The Oaks at Hunter Hill. New Construction home has it all! 3BR/3BA, bonus or possible 4th bedroom and unfinished area. Energy efficient Home w/ multiple green features! Up-graded insulation, sealed crawlspace, advanced framing, Granite Counter Tops, low-e windows, SS Appliances, Hardwood Floor, Front and back porch, no city taxes, and low utilities. Directions: East on Hunter Hill Rd, over I-95, subdivision is on the left.


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Lisa Tedder Bazemore & Associates

7190 ELKHORN ROAD • $199,900 Subdivision: BAYWOOD New Construction 3BR/2BA Home w/ approx. 1800 sq ft and expandable up stairs is Energy Efficient multiple green features! Granite, Cultured Marble, Hardwood floors, SS Appliances, No city taxes, Low utilities. Community: Club House, Swimming Pool, Fitness Center & Pond. Dir: Hwy 64 take the Red Oak Exit turn on South Old Carriage Rd heading towards Hwy 97 before you get to Hwy 97 turn into the Baywood S/D, left onto Baywood Rd. and left onto Elkhorn. AGENT ON DUTY: LisA TEDDEr BAzEMOrE 252-904-4960

Open 1:30 til 4:30

Lisa Tedder Bazemore & Associates

Nashville, NC. ECO HOME means energy efficient! Highland Company means quality! Please visit this energy efficient luxurious home in Baybrook Farms! Convenient location! Close to RMT & Nashville. No city taxes and No HOA fees! Granite and hardwoods w/ceramic tiled baths! Eligible for 100% Financing. Directions: Sunset Ave to left onto Old Carriage. Right onto Oak Level Rd. Left onto Barnes Hill Church Rd. Left into Baybrook Farms!


3345 BUFFALO RIDGE COURT • $308,500 Open 1:30 til 4:30


Luxury and elegance can be affordable! New Construction! “ECO Home� by Highland Company with certified energy efficiency! Granite and hardwoods! Stainless appliance package! Master suite downstairs with 3 bedrooms up! Expandable floorplan. No city taxes! Duke/ Progress electricity! Red Oak schools! Dir: Hwy 43(Benvenue Rd) to Dortches. Cross over I95 and turn left onto Tharrington Rd. Right on Bufffaloe Ridge. AGENT ON DUTY: JAY HOOKS 252-230-3406


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