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Summertime brings the not-so-welcome weeds By LINDA TIPPETTE
cides (such as paraquat) kill the top-growth onto which they are sprayed, but not the roots. They are suitable for young annual Weeds are best dealt with while weeds, but are not so effective they are still small, when hoeing on deep-rooted weeds that will is very effective. regrow. Weeds will cause aches and Translocated herbicides (such stiffness to your knees and back as glyphosate) are carried to all – beware. One day of weeding parts of the plant including the will wipe you out, so stay ahead roots and are best for difficult of those dreaded invasive pests weeds. Care must be taken to and choose a dry, blowy day keep accidental splashes of these so that the weeds wilt and die weedkillers off of cultivated quickly. plants. Hoeing is not practical where Once you get the soil surface weeds are growing close to or clear of weeds, apply a thick among cultivated plants because mulch of shredded bark or a there is too much risk of damage similar material. This helps keep to your plants. Hand weeding the ground weed-free by preventis often the only option, using a ing the germination of any weed hand fork to remove deep-rooted seeds present in the top layer of weeds. Find a short seat and save soil. your back! Any weeds that do appear in Chemical weedkillers are often the mulch are easy to pull out of very effective. Contact herbithe loose material.
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The garden is really looking good now, with the trees covered in fresh leaves, lawns are becoming a richer green and summer blooms are taking off. Gardeners are not the only ones who are enjoying the spring weather: Weeds are now thriving. Weeding is a job that needs to be done for a large part of the growing season, but weeds are growing most rapidly in spring and summer. It’s especially important to keep them under control while garden plants are small because they can easily be smothered by weed growth. Not only do weeds make the garden look untidy, but they deprive cultivated plants of moisture, nutrients and light.
Weeding is no fun, but a necessary part of how your garden grows. Master Gardener Linda Tippette advises gardeners to put in the manual labor to make your garden free of weeds and to sparingly use chemicals to get rid of weeds.
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Hellstrips: Sidewalk gardening challenge By DEAN FOSDICK Associated Press
Making a yard and a community more beautiful begins at the curb. But that narrow space between sidewalk and street – sometimes called a boulevard, median, hellstrip, parkway, verge or tree belt – is a gardening challenge. For starters, it’s probably owned by the municipality but falls to the homeowner to maintain. So the first step in caring for it is to sort out what local rules allow. “You need to go to the city’s website if there are any questions about who owns what,” said Evelyn Hadden, author of the new book “Hellstrip Gardening” (Timber Press). “The zoning laws should be posted online.” “Some cities have regulations where there can only be lawns there. Some say there can’t be vegetables, but allow some kind of lawn alternative,” she said. “Some communities change their rules when people start growing gardens and the community gets behind them.” Curb appeal can increase property values for the whole neighborhood, Hadden said. “Curbside
gardeners are pretty generous that way. They’re working for the benefit of everybody.” Even seedy-looking parcels can become natural welcome mats when integrated with front yards. Curbside spaces are often heavily trafficked, however, making them tough to cultivate. The ground is hard-packed, and plants can be crushed underfoot. Rocks might add character to the landscape but will dent car doors if placed too near the curb. Tall, dense foliage can be a traffic hazard, preventing passing motorists from seeing pets and children. Here are some tips for creating a well-tended “hellstrip”: O Talk with neighbors before getting started. “The tension will come when somebody complains,” Hadden said. O Be aware of sight lines, especially at intersections. Drivers may have trouble turning safely if something tall is in the way. O Go with perennials rather than annuals, said Fred Rozumalski, a landscape architect with Barr Engineering Co. in Minneapolis, Minnesota. “Then the soil is only worked once and it’s more secure,” he said. “Dirt won’t run into the street, clogging gutters
and storm sewers.” O Avoid growing vegetables at roadside sites because of pollution, Rozumalski said. “They collect elevated levels of road salt, lead from gasoline and copper from brake linings. I certainly wouldn’t want to eat any food that came off a boulevard.” O Tree planting is the city’s job, he said. “I’ve seen people make bad choices, planting trees like sugar maples that are difficult to maintain and push up sidewalks. Shrubs should be kept low, no more than 18 inches in height.” O Be cautious about displaying yard art, Rozumalski said. “You don’t want to distract drivers. It’s probably better if you put those kinds of things deeper into the yard.” O Boulevards typically are too narrow to be turned into full-blown rain gardens, but they’ll be more environmentally friendly if the soil level is kept at least 2 inches below the curb, he said. “Then the water will collect instead of running off.” Online: For more about curbside gardening, see this Metro Blooms AP Photo Urban Gardener’s Guide: http://www.metroblooms. A pedestrian-friendly street includes a number of Hellstrip Gardens org/guide–garden-tips.php . – flowers, trees and shrubs planted between sidewalk and street.
Add appeal while saving on remodeling projects ger projects, the experts at VT Industries provide these ideas to make kitchen updates without emptying your pocketbook. O Countertops: Serving as an integral piece of your kitchen space, the addition of new countertops can easily become the priciest part of the remodel project. Homeowners like the look of granite and real stone, but want a durable and affordable alternative that helps them achieve the look they desire with the budget they have. A new alterna-
tive for countertops is the Capture Collection from VT Dimensions. This affordable design element mimics the beauty and strength of stone materials at a fraction of the cost. O Backsplash: To add a sleek and modern touch to your kitchen space, consider adding a new backsplash. Typically made from ceramic, glass or stainless steel tile, a backsplash is an affordable option for those who want to add an understated change or a small pop of color as an
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For those who wish to make updates to their home, the kitchen is a great place to begin. According to the 2013 Cost vs. Value report from Remodeling magazine, a minor kitchen remodel should recoup up to 75 percent of total remodeling dollars, based on the value of the home increasing. When focusing on this important part of the house, many homeowners are looking for ways to
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Icelandic design goes mainstream By KIM COOK Associated Press
Being a small, sparsely populated island nudged up against the edge of the Arctic Circle hasnâ€™t stopped Iceland from nurturing a rich and varied design industry. While Viking runes, vintage Northern architecture and eonsold natural elements inspire much of the countryâ€™s design and craft work, â€œthe field is young, and weâ€™ve taken steps to develop the industry as a whole,â€? says Sari Peltonen, spokeswoman for the Icelandic Design Center. The first national design policy was published this spring, and the Iceland Academy of the Arts gave its first masterâ€™s degrees in design. Peltonen says much of modern Icelandic design speaks to the islandâ€™s rugged geography, history and folklore (full of epic sagas and tales of magical wee folk). The countryâ€™s signature sheepâ€™s-wool sweater is known as lopapeysa and you can find not only the sweater but its Nordic yoke pattern on porcelain mugs, candles, even paper napkins. (www.alafoss.is ; www.nammi.is ) Gerdur Gudmundsdottir uses the sheepsâ€™ skins to make sheared stools and shaggy benches; Sigurdur Mar Helgasonâ€™s cozy Fuzzy Stool also utilizes the sheepâ€™s lank white or black hair. (www.epal.is; www.kraum.is) Ragnheidur Osp Sigurdadot-
tir, who works under the name Umemi, has had a hit with her NotKnot, a soft sculpture made of stuffed knitted tubes. At once a piece of art and a squooshy pillow, the NotKnot comes in a variety of colors and configurations. (www.umemi.com ) â€œThe inspiration originally came from scout knotting,â€? she says. â€œIâ€™ve been fascinated by knots, the process of knotting and their purpose for some time now.â€? According to an old saga, an early voyager brought three ravens with him; one flew ahead to help find safe passage to Iceland. The raven has been a common design motif here ever since. Ingiborg Hanna uses the raven on hangers and hooks. She also makes a plywood coat rack in the shape of reindeer antlers, the â€œNot Rudolf.â€? (www.reykjavikcornerstore.com ) Deforestation by farmers and the erosive effects of cold spells and volcanic eruptions left Iceland fairly tree-free for many generations. There were some small, stunted trees that could survive the icy north winds. An old Nordic joke says that if you are trying to find your way out of an Icelandic forest, just stand up. An afforestation effort in the 20th century has made birch, poplar, aspen and larch common sights around the countryside now, and designers use the im-
Evocative images of Icelandic flora and fauna make a terrific design statement. Top, a photo print of a ram on a pillow, by Lagdur. Above, pillows with a print of ravens by Sveinbjorg.
This photo provided by Sveinbjorg shows a birch tray called Garden Party from Sveinbjorg. Sveinbjorg Hallgrimsdottirâ€™s folk art style woodblock prints of berries, birds, branches and ravens are printed on birch trays, pillows and blankets.
ages of these trees frequently. American transplant Ellen Tyler has designed a pendant lamp out of steel, brush-stroked to evoke ice crystals, with a birch screen that casts tree-shadow patterns. (www.eltylerdesign. wordpress.com/treeline-series ) Katrin Olina Petursdottir and Michael Young craft their â€œTreeâ€? coat rack out of lacquered or veneered MDF (medium-density fibreboard), the spare branches evoking a winter landscape. (www.icelandicmarket.com )
And Sveinbjorg Hallgrimsdottir designs woodblock prints featuring branches, birds and berries; her designs can be had on birch trays, pillows and blankets. (www.sveinbjorg.is ) Design studio Lagdur creates evocative photo-printed pillow covers of ptarmigan, fish, Icelandic horses and other scenes from nature. (www.alafoss.is ) Volcanoes are part of Icelandâ€™s landscape, and there are lots of creative uses of their imagery and raw materials, such as jewelry
made of honed lava stone. Secret Northâ€™s Lava Cube of Fire is a small, portable fireplace made of lava. It burns smokeless ethanol. (www.icelanddesign.is ) Anna Mikaelsdottirâ€™s ceramic candleholder has a cutout in the shape of Iceland and holds ash from 2010â€™s eruption of Eyjafjallajokull. (www.designoficeland.is ) Gudny Hafsteinsdottir offers her Skarfur collection of bowls and vessels with sooty, matte black exteriors and a fiery interior glaze. (www.gudnyhaf.is )
Home scents go upscale and high dollar By PENELOPE GREEN N.Y Times News Service
Meredith Mellingâ€™s duplex loft in lower Manhattan features the polished decorating of Ariel Ashe - lots of neutrals with some standout pieces like a tufted royal-blue velvet sofa and a burl-wood-andchrome dining table - set against its bleached wood floors and gutsy exposed beams and columns. Tying it all together is an invisible but palpable element: a sandalwood, vanilla and pepper fragrance, designed especially for Melling and her apartment, wafting from a sleek metal machine the size of a tablet hidden behind the blue sofa. â€œItâ€™s such a lofty space, and it meanders in the back,â€? Melling, 40, said. â€œOne of the reasons to do scent is to bring in a sense of intimacy and unification.â€? A few blocks north, at the Delos on East 11th Street, a luxury â€œwellnessâ€? condominium conversion of a 19th-century building, the same scent technology (whatâ€™s known as cold-air diffusion, pumped through the ductwork) is in place for custom fragrances to perfume the apartments of Deepak Chopra, Leonardo DiCaprio and others who have bought there. Over in West Greenwich Village, a new five-story town house has five fragrance systems, one for each floor, and its owners can use their smart devices to scent their spaces with its custom fragrance of lavender, geranium and ylang-ylang. In Beverly Hills, California, a 48,000-square-foot marble palace built by a developer and sold to a Middle Eastern family smells like lemon, fig and cardamom. And in New Jersey, a new contemporary house belonging to a couple in the medical profession has its own custom scent, a fragrance based on citrus notes and a bit of green floral. Say goodbye to the scented candle. Scent branding has moved into the living room. While decorators, fashion designers and celebrities have been using candles to brand themselves at least since the late 1990s - Sir Elton John once lent his name
to scented rocks - it was less than a decade ago that hotels began using cold-air technologies to scent their public spaces. They were aided by â€œfragrance systemâ€? and â€œsensory solutionsâ€? companies like ScentAir (started by a former Disney Imagineer), Air Aroma and others, in the hopes of imprinting their guests, as a biologist might say, with scents like green tea and lemon grass. Thatâ€™s the flavor created by Air Esscentials for the Morgans Hotel Group, which is now a best seller in its residential business. (The eight-year-old company also offers a cannabis scent that Spence Levy, its president, said is mostly bought by nightclubs.) Before long, the most unlikely places were being scented. For six years, Design Miami, the design fair that runs alongside Art Basel in Miami and Switzerland, has smelled like turquoise and purple, as its fragrance designer, Dawn Goldworm, put it. â€œItâ€™s the electricity of Miami contrasted with the strangeness of the art world,â€? she said. Goldworm is the scent director of 12.29, a Manhattan-based â€œolfactive brandingâ€? company that she runs with her twin sister, Samantha They have scented the lobby of the futuristic Zaha Hadid condominium in Miami, One Thousand Museum, to smell like the ocean (the development has many luxuries, including a helipad, but it is not on the water). And this year, the Goldworms perfumed the Armory Show-Contemporary on Pier 94 in Manhattan with what Dawn Goldworm described as the smell of wet pavement. (Sniffing a white paper blotter that had been dipped in the showâ€™s fragrance, this reporter detected a floral aroma with an underlying zing.)
As developers around the country began employing scent technologies to brand their new projects (ScentAirâ€™s marketing director, Ed Burke, said that between 2010 and 2012, â€œcondos and apartments grew faster as a percentage of our sales than any other industryâ€?), hotel guests started clamoring to take the fragrances home with them. Wendy and Robert Holmes, self-described constant travelers who have a family law practice in Dallas, recently bought three scent devices from Air Aroma to attach to the ductwork of their 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style house, along with that companyâ€™s green tea fragrance, Sencha. â€œWe noticed it in all the hotels we were staying in,â€? said Wendy Holmes, who was nonetheless hard-pressed to name one chain over another (so much for branding). â€œMaybe Starwoods? We thought if you can do that for a gigantic hotel, why not a home?â€? The experience, she added, â€œis like when you go to a spa. I think lighting and smell play more of a role in peopleâ€™s lives than they acknowledge.â€? Dr. Alan Hirsch, a neurologist, psychiatrist and the director of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago, has been researching the effects of aroma on mood and behavior for more than three decades. He is an expert on what he calls â€œfunctional fragrance,â€? of using odors â€œto make your life better or easier in some ways.â€? It was his research that inspired hospitals to scent their MRI rooms with cucumber, which makes people perceive a space as being larger than it is. The smell of barbecue, Hirsch said, will make a space seem smaller. Mixed florals, he dis-
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covered, enhance learning speed by as much as 17 percent in all age groups, from first graders to adults. (He made his own teenagers study in his floral-scented library.) And Hirschâ€™s studies of sexual arousal have been of particular interest. Men, he learned, are most aroused by the scent of lavender and pumpkin pie, followed by the scents of doughnuts, cheese pizza and buttered popcorn. As it happens, there was no odor that didnâ€™t excite men to some degree, although women, who were most aroused by the smells of licorice (Good & Plenty candy, specifically) and cucumber, were actively turned off by three scents: cherries, barbecue and menâ€™s cologne. But we are straying from our topic. Vanilla makes you fall asleep faster, and lavender increases alpha waves. Cappuccino speeds up your perception of time. You could imagine designing a whole house embedded with these fragrances, to amp up the functionality - or programming, as architects like to say - of different rooms. And yet, Hirsch added, â€œThe problem with the high end, with using the HVAC to scent a home, is that itâ€™s the same in every room. I donâ€™t think thatâ€™s a good idea. You donâ€™t want the
Valerie Boster and Meredith Melling in Mellingâ€™s New York loft, which also serves as the office of their fashion branding business. Melling had a custom scent created by Dawn Goldworm of the scent branding company, 12.29, that Goldworm owns with her sister, Samantha.
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photograph, say, of a cup of coffee and email, text or tweet it to a friend. From Page 3C Since the oPhone wonâ€™t be available until next year, environmental aromas have this is still an abstract conlong been big failures. cept, although this week, For a few years, it has one device was previewed been his notion to create at a hot spot in Paris and what he and Rachel Field, a another in New York at the former student who is now American Museum of Natuhis colleague, call â€œscent ral History. (Edwards is messagingâ€?: a dispenser working with the museum and â€œplatformâ€? for local, to amplify their exhibits, intimate aromatic experihe said, perhaps presenting ences, as he put it, â€œrather the aroma of a spider or of than the whole room smells the habitat of the dinolike green peas and thatâ€™s saurs.) all you get.â€? A week earlier, Edwards This vision lurched into and Field gamely battled a semblance of reality the balky Internet of their this week, with the debut public relations companyâ€™s (sort of) of their oPhone, offices to allow this a device filled with scent reporter to take a whiff of cartridges that disperses the scents released by their what is now a limited array machine. of odors (chocolate and citDespite its sleek Applerus, baking bread, a medley ish design - two slender of coffees, among others) white plastic tubes, bowed when it receives a wireless a bit at the top like calla transmission. lilies and edged in deep red The idea is to tag a - it growled and rumbled
like an old film projector. In distinct contrast to the enthusiastic blasts from the diffusers made by Air Aroma and others, you had to get pretty close to appreciate the scents. In fact, although Field, using her iPad, delivered a whole medley (nay, a meal!) of aromatic messages, starting with chocolate and oranges and moving, apparently, through a green salad with balsamic dressing and steak au poivre, this reporter could detect only the first communiquĂŠ. Whether this was a failure of her own old nose (scent detection peaks at 30, Hirsch said) or other factors, she couldnâ€™t say. With their ethereal looks and alchemical surname, the Goldworm sisters, who are 35 and from New Hampshire, represent a couture level in what is already a sort of designer business. Hotel systems can cost
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tens of thousands of dollars. Some residential machines, like the portable Aroscent from Air Aroma that Dawn Goldworm used in Mellingâ€™s loft, hover around $2,000. (Edwards and Fieldâ€™s oPhone is a relative bargain, and can be ordered now for the sale price of $149.) But while off-therack scents, like Scent Esscentialsâ€™s best seller, the Morgansâ€™ green tea and lemon grass, cost about $90 for 16 ounces and last anywhere from two months to a year, the Goldwormsâ€™ custom â€œdesignsâ€? start at $5,000 for a home scent, and six figures for a brand exclusive. Creating a home fragrance, Dawn Goldworm said, is not dissimilar to creating one for a brand. â€œYou have a target audience: the family,â€? she said. â€œThere are emotions, colors and aesthetics to match.â€?
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LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT HOME In Gated Community - 4200 Sq. Ft. Formal areas, kitchen, rec room, 3BR, 2BA, 2 -1/2 BA, 3 tier deck, dbl att. Garage, 1.48 acre lot.
$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
$229,900 4280 NOBLES MILL POND RD. BUILDERâ€™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
$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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$225,000 11241 WARD RD A work in progress w/18.41 acres in Nash County. 40% Completed - 2016 sqft. Valuebuild panel home, formal areas, den, 4BR, 3BA, triple att. garage. #96125
$215,000 1277 WOODRIDGE COURT PERFECTLY PLANNED - greatroom w/cathedral ceiling & fireplace, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, 3BR, 2BA, 2nd floor bonus rom, large deck w/retractable awnings, 2 car garage & workshop, 1.5ac. lot. #96465
$135,000 920 TARBORO ST. GRACIOUS & SPACIOUS - Formal areas, den, kitchen, 4BR, 2.5BA. Double attached garage, 3069 sqft, lot 150 x 168. #96116
$89,000 2209 OLD SPARTA RD.
GREAT FAMILY HOME - greatroom w/fireplace, kitchen w/dining, 3BR, 2BA, paved drive, corner lot - move-in condition.
$83,500 1432 ROCK CREEK DR. AFFORDABLE - Greatroom w/fp, kitchen w/dining, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. #93270
$145,000 3505 WOODLAWN RD. SPACIOUS - Formal areas, den w/fireplace, kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, hardwood floors, 18x20 storage building. #96340
$92,500 $94,900 1112 EASTERN AVENUE 113 N.GLENDALE AVE THE CHARM OF YESTERYEAR - Formal areas, den, PICTURE PERFECT. Greatroom w/FP, formal dining, kitchen, 3 BR, 2.5 BA, screen porch, garage, vinyl windows, kitchen, 3 BR, 2 BA, New roof & vinyl replacement newly refinished hardwood floors, & much more. windows, 6 ft privacy fence, 2 stg buildings #96020 #96311
$95,000 1629 OAK BEND ROAD
COMMUNITY CHARMER - Brick w/greatroom w/ FP, dining room, kitchen, 3BR, 2 BA, front porch, deck
$193,900 5124 GREEN HILLS RD. NEW ON THE MARKET! Greatroom w/fp & built-ins, formal dining, kitchen, foyer and hall w/hwd floors, 3BR, 2.5BA, perm. steps to floored 2nd floor, .70 acre corner lot. #96342
$79,900 1712 FARMINGTON RD. SUPER NICE BRICK IN CLOVERDALE Living room w/fp, kitchen w/dining, 3BR, 1.5BA, large utility. #95422
$79,900 122-24 MAIN STREET
STATELY - 2 story home with formal areas, kitchen, 4BR (1 down), 2BA, completely renovated, hardwood floors (can be 2 apts). #94789
$79,900 118 S. GRACE ST. IDEAL FOR HOME BUSINESS - Zoned O&I - 2257 sq. ft., 3 restrooms. #87819
$79,500 2005 SUSAN LANE HOME PLUS hair salon - living room, spacious den, 3BR, 1BA, 2 Â˝ BA, front porch, new deck, vinyl replacement windows, paved drive, lot 75x16, move-in condition. #95948
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$69,900 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
$62,500 4100 IRWIN ISLE GREAT NASH COUNTY LOCATION - Living room eat-in kitchen, 3 BR, 2 BA, fenced area w/ horse barn, county water / sewer Duke Energy Electric. #96260
$59,000 1403 ROBERSON DR. AFFORDABLE LIVING CAN BE YOURS with this brick 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with formal dining, living room with fireplace and built-ins. Attached 1 car garage. #96450
4 ": 5 1 04 *-- ($ 8 */ &3 4 -- -0 4& $ $49,900 416 S. Church St. HISTORIC HOME DOWNTOWN - 3200 SQ. FT. waiting to be restored - 5 BR, 2.5 BA, formal areas, Restrictive Covenants held by Preservation NC - Zoned O & I - permits residential use #96190
$39,900 316 AMOS ST. AFFORDABLE brick w/living room, kitchen, 2BR, 1.5BA, double carport, central heat/air, fence. #95063
$32,000 728 PEACHTREE STREET HOME OR INVESTMENT Vinyl siding, living room, kitchen, 2 BR, 1 BA, New heat / air at close of sale. #96242
$21,500 948 DUNBAR WOODS SINGLEWIDE - Living room, kitchen, 2BR, 1BA, 1.04 acre lot. #92724
$49,900 653 GOLD ROCK RD. BRICK TRADITIONAL w/living room, kitchen w/dining area, 3 BR, 1 BA, Central heat/air, chain linkfence,, appliances, #95568
$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
$29,900 801 COLUMBIA AVE. HOME OR INVESTMENT- Living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 BR, 1 BA, Central heat/air, corner lot #95521
$19,900 1324 CYPRESS ST. HOME OR INVESTMENT - living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, new heat/air installed at close of sale. #96042
$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
$49,900 1441 BROOKMEADE CT TOWNHOME w/greatroom w/fireplace, kitchen, 2BR, 2BA, appliances, deck, (roof 2 years old) #95961
$39,000 917 SYCAMORE ST. SPACIOUS 2000 SQ FT. brick home with Formal areas, den, kitchen, 3 BR, 2BA att. double garage w/large lot - needs updating. #96142
$37,900 1820 BLANDWOOD DR AFFORDABLE - living room, kitchen w/dining, 3BR, 1BA, large utility, new heat/air installed at close of sale. #94721
$19,900 1524 CHARTER DR. HOME OR INVESTMENT - living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, good condition. #96236
$50,000 1917 BEVERLY RD. BRICK RANCH w/living room, kitchen, 3BR, 1BA plus detached garage. #93269
$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
$28,000 628 PARK AVE. HOME OR INVESTMENT - Living room, kitchen, 2BR, 1BA, vinyl siding, vinyl windows & new paint. #87270
$53,000 411 MAIN STREET GREAT BUY - Living room w/fireplace, kitchen w/dining, 3BR, 2BA, attached carport, lot 123x212. #96463
$26,500 1313 COKEY RD. HOME OR INVESTMENT - Living room, kitchen, 3 BR, 1 BA, extra large lot. Monthly rental income $325 per month. #96075
$19,900 1414 S.FRANKLIN ST. RENTAL INVESTMENT-Vinyl siding w/living room, kitchen, BR, 1 BA, Presently renting for $350. per month. #96039
$48,000 87 WHITFIELD ROAD COUNTRY SETTING - Living room, dining room, den w/FP, 3 BR, 2 BA, 1836 sq. ft., .91 acre lot. central heat & air. #96238
$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
$25,000 215 CEDAR STREET
SPACIOUS VINYL SIDING w/ living room, kitchen, 3BR, 1BA, chain link fence.
$19,900 1400 HARGROVE ST. RENTAL INVESTMENT â€“ Living room, kitchen, 3BA 1 Ba, Presently rented at $300. per month #96041
$45,000 1713 SPRINGFIELD RD. EXTRA NICE - Living room, eat-in kitchen, 2BR, 1BA, den or 3rd BR, hardwood floors, large lot. #95651
$33,000 706 HIGHLAND AVENUE HOME OR INVESTMENT - Living roon, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat / air, forch porch #96217
$21,900 1410 CYPRESS ST. AFFORDABLE & LIVABLE - living room, kitchen/dining, 3BR, 1BA, central heat. #95706
$16,900 632 PARK AVE. GOOD BUY! Living room & 3 bedrooms with hardwood floors, lots of cabinets in kitchen, 1 bath, front porch. #86008
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Realtors - list your open house on this page for as little as $40 237 WestvieW Park Drive $118,500
Subdivision: Asheboro West 4BR/3BA, bonus or possible 5th bedroom/office plus unfinished area. Energy Efficient Home w/ multiple green features: Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Hardwood Floors, no city taxes, and low utilities. Directions: Hunter Hill Rd towards Red Oak, after you pass THE OAKS AT HUNTER HILL start looking for the subdivision on the left. Ashboro West turn onto Brandymill, onto Middleton and on to Sweet Bay.
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The following deeds were recorded with the Nash County Register of Deeds from June 4-10. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (* No fee required.)
O Elizabeth S. Zaliagiris to Tommy E. Zaliagiris Jr.; tract; 50 acres; Griffins Township* O Tommy Edward Zaliagiris Jr. to Scott A. Patton; tract; 50 acres; Griffins Township; $67. O Boyd L. Barnhardt and Sally Homes Barnhardt to Boyd Parks Barnhardt; tract; 98.98 acres; Griffins Township* O Boyd Parks Barnhardt to Scott A. Patton; tract; 98.98 acres; Griffins Township; $126. O Elizabeth S. Zaliagiris, Stephen David Smith, Donna W. Smith, Saly H. Barnhardt and Boyd L. Barnhardt to Scott A. Patton; tract; 14.70 acres; Griffins Township; $6. O Dewey Tyrone Cooper and Brenda Kay Cooper to Gary Michael Brantley; lots 13, 14 and 15; Shamrock Groves; $60. O Herbert Whitaker Jr. and Luberta Colley Whitaker to Herbert Whitaker Jr. and Luberta Colley Whitaker; lot 3, block B, section one; Carriage Run Subdivision* O Mary P. Baker and John B. Baker to Jennifer Baker Faatz; tract 2; 9.78 acres more or less* O Wendy G. Brantley Johnson to Terry W. Brantley; tract 4; 10.26 acres more or less* O Esther R. Poland t Harry Lee Carpenter Jr. and Sherry N. Carpenter; lot 2; 0.627 acres; Coopers Township; $20. O Gordon Alan Joyner and Jessica D. Joyner and Bernice H. Pittman Jr. to Lila S. Butler; lot; 3.478 acres; Stony Creek Township; $28. O Perry Leon Parker
and Sheila Vernon Parker to Melvin Ray Edmondson and Celia L. Edmondson; lot; $5. O Four Seasons Contractors LLC to Christopher T. Cobb and Kendall C. Cobb; 5798 Tommy Road; $25. O Yvette M. Whitley to Brian R. Whitley; 405 Essex Road, Nashville* O Walter Hugh Compton Jr. and Leigh J. Compton to Chad J. Compton and Amber R. Compton; lot 10; Oak Level Township* O Frank Perry, Mattye Perry and Kathy R. Perry to Judith Perry Russell; 10822 Church St., Castalia* O Blue Ridge Property Buyers LLC to Freddy Abarca; lot; 33.1 acres more or less; $8. O Larry H. Smith, Darlene W. Smith, Donna Leigh Travis and Lee Edward Travis to Bryan Richard Earp and Ashley Best Earp; tract 1; tract 2, 0.94 acre; Stony Creek Townshipp; $280. O Paul C. Wynkoop and Sylvia K. Wynkoop to William C. George; lot; Coopers Township* O Substitute Trustee Services Inc. to Sadelle P. Sorge; 4847 Lonesome Pine Road, Whitakers; $56. O Rudolph Harper to Arlene Harper; 911 Star St., Rocky Mount* O Rogers Townsend & Thomas PC to Nationstar Mortgage LLC; lot; 1.20 acres; $112. O Marlene Everette, Edwin Everette Jr., Richard G. Miller, Laura Miller, LuAnn Poole and Owen Poole to Ursula Burks; 224 Timberlane Road, Rocky Mount; $214. O James Roy Farmer to Cynthia F. Murphy; 328 Oakdale Road* O Patricia W. Farmer, Cynthia F. Murphy and Christopher A. Murphy to Jackie Pierce Farmer;
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328 Oakdale Road, Rocky Mount; $106. O Archie Lee Quick to Gregory Thomas Quick; lot 52-A; 1.78 acres more or less; Biltmore Estates* O Yasser Mario Tawous and Amany M. Tawous to Herman P. Johnson and Shirley A. Johnson; 113 Southall Court, Rocky Mount; $560. O Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance Inc. to Joeann Ricks Pitt; 366 Cary St., Nashville; $160. O Jessie W. Williams to Khloud Kaff; lot; $20. O Donald R. Frazier II and Lisa Moore Frazier to Nash Organic Fertilizer Co. LLC; tract 2; 19.90 acres; North Whitakers Township; $144. O Estelle S. Winstead to Trevor G. Land; lot; 1.1 acre* O Jacob Spencer Geddes and Carla Denise Geddes to Christopher M. Sheffield and Cynthia H. Sheffield; lot 6; NorthfieldSouth Subdivision; $296. O Princeton Commerical Property Holdings LLC to Glenn McKinney; 1113 Griffin St., Rocky Mount* O Julio C. Macias and Graciela Macias to Lizzie Riley; lot 5; 1.02 acres more or less; $155. O Terry Scott Earley and Patricia Ghant Earley to Ashley Kaye Joyner and Phillip R. Joyner Jr.; lot 7, block E, section 5; Brassfield Estates; $650. O Miguel A. AlvarezLopez and Sandra ZavalaAvila to Daniel R. AlvarezLopez; 223 S. Circle Drive, Rocky Mount* O Bank of America N.A. to Richard Gregory Pierce; 2120 Edinborough Road, Rocky Mount; $159. O The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Richard G. Pierce, Pierce Investments LLC; 1921 Bessie Lane, Rocky Mount* O Richard G. Pierce and Suzanne F. Pierce to
Pierce Investments LLC; 1921 Bessie Lane, Rocky Mount* O Yousel Khalil to Miriam K. Minges; 117 S. Applewood Court, Rocky Mount* O Branch Banking and Trust Co. to Kenneth E. Moorefield; 371 Great Glen, Rocky Mount; $24. O Kimberly P. Bailey, Donna P. Winborne, Kimberly P. Bailey, Joey G. Bailey and Greg T. Winborne to Kimberly P. Bailey and Donna P. Winborne; lot* O Jill M. Oâ€™Bannion and Robert Oâ€™Bannion to Nathaniel Styles; 105 Vance St.; $162. O Elaine S. Johnson to Matthew Mosley; 6141 Sapony Trail, Elm City; $370. O Springleaf Financial Services of N.C. Inc. to Mobileville USA; 9362 Grover Road, Nashville; $30. O Cheryl A. Trebenski and Brian E. Trebenski to Linwood West; 1216 Waterloo Drive, Rocky Mount; $356. O Jeffrey M. Wall and Carlyn A. Wall to American Escrow and Closing Co.; lot 24, block A; Maggie Valley Subdivision; Rocky Mount Township; $564. O American Escrow and Closing Co. to John William Barnes and David Scott Keen; lot 24, block A; Maggie Valley Subdivision; $530. O Nationstar Mortgage LLC to Hemany R. Bhagwat anf Hemchand A. Ramautar; 220 Timberlane Drive, Rocky Mount; $92. O Triton CFLP Currative Deeds LLC to John Hass; lot 14, section 1; Butler Estates; Dry Wells Township; $24. O Donna R. Cohen to Atlas NC I SPE LLC; 354 Cottonwood Road; 359 Cottonwood Road; 1580 Womble Road; tract 4; and tract 5, Lee Cooper Farm; 275.06 acres more or less; $840.
The following deeds were recorded with the Edgecombe County Register of Deeds from June 4-10. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (* No fee required.) O C. Steven Powell and Robin W. Powell to Ironwood Rentals LLC; 1141 Delphia Drive, Rocky Mount; 918 Eastern Ave., Rocky Mount; 1700 Fletcher Drive, Rocky Mount; 1820 Lynne Ave., Rocky Mount; and 1737 Windsor Drive, Rocky Mount* O Jerry Clarence Hardy and Sophia Baker Hardy to Wagonerâ€™s Home Improvement 401K; 209 Morrison Ave., Tarboro; $104. O Alton Lee Webb and Barbara W. Webb to Danny Ray Webb and Phyllis Webb; lot; 1.41 acres; $44. O Goddard & Peterson PLLC to Nationstar Mortgage LLC; lot; $902. O Dana L. Blackwood to Susan Barnes May; 1008 Peach St., Tarboro; $128. O Leslie L. Gilmore to Sanita L. Battle; 607 E. Highland Ave., $26. O Earl Barnes Jr. and Lisa H. Barnes to Jennifer M. Wallace and Craig S. Wallace II and Edward Lyons; tracts 1 and 2; 19.82 acres more or less; No. 6 Township; $93. O Laura Brown Lancaster to Wiliam Reed Lancaster and Sabrina T. Lancaster; 1311 Maurice Drive, Tarboro; $219. O Kimberlee L. Brinson to Lucina Lopez Hernandez; lot 34, section 5; Willow Oaks Subdivision; No. 2 Township; $50. O John Donald Smith to Jason Richard Weston II; lot 2; Hope Subdivision; No. 13 Township; $30. O John Donald Smith to Jason Richard Weston II; lot; 1.32 acres; No. 8 Township; $30. O Rogers Townsend & Thomas to CP-SRMOF 2012A Trust; lot; 0.750 acres; No. 9 Township; $180. O Phillip D. Craddock Jr. and Leslie W. Craddock
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to Eric Jon Johnson and Tammy R. Johnson; lot; No. 1 Township; $270. O Eric Jon Johnson and Tammy R. Johnson to Phillip D. Craddock Jr. and Leslie w. Craddock; 2832 Ellis Road, Tarboro; $410. O Richard Edward Owens and Karen Gallinoto Owens to Priscilla Dean Bryant, Lillian Diane Oakey and Dixie O. Lewis; lots 1 and 2* O Priscilla Dean Bryant, Lilliam Diane Oakey, James Oakey, Dixie O. Lewis and Raymond Lewis to Richard Edward Owens and Karen L. Owens; lots R, T and U; No. 10 Township* O Paula Padgett Davenport to Mary H. Rose; lots 25 and 26; House and Taylor Farm; No. 8 Township* O Mary H. Rose and Tony Rose to Paula Padgett Davenport; lot 10, block A; Steadman Acres Subdivision; No. 8 Township* O Trustee Services of Carolina LLC to Deutsche Bank National Trust Co.; 1009 Bradley Ave., Tarboro; $81. O James C. Joyner and Barbara Joyner to Linda W. White and Kirk M. White; 750 Sutton Road, Rocky Mount; $12. O HSBC Bank USA N.A. to Brenda Elaine Thomas; 1209 Hope Farm Drive, Tarboro; $100. O Timothy Wayne Smith and Brandy Hazelwood Smith to Bruce Alan Smith Jr.; Flag lot, 0.15 acre more or less; tract 1, 0.75 acre more or less, tract 2, 2.17 acres more or less and lot addition, 1.4 acres more or less; $150. O Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington D.C. to Brandon L. Cashwell and Lauren G. Cashwell; 301 Commodore Drive, Rocky Mount* O Jennifer W. Etheridge and Lawrence T. Etheridge II to Kimberly L. StewartAtchison; lot 1, block A; No. 12 Township; $140.
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Costs for furnishing and decorating a childâ€™s room can mount quickly, but with careful planning and a few smart purchases, the decisions you make for that nursery or toddlerâ€™s room can create a functional and clutter-free space that grows with your child into the teen years. From convertible furniture to neutral walls, you can establish a framework that evolves as your childâ€™s interests change, significantly extending the life of those early investments. Lorie Marrero, a certified professional organizer and author of â€œThe Clutter Diet,â€? has partnered with the experts at ClosetMaid to offer tips for creating rooms that transition from childhood to adolescence. O Invest wisely. Select furniture that will adapt to your childâ€™s needs in the highest quality your budget allows. For example, if youâ€™re starting with a nursery, choose a crib that converts
to a toddler bed and even a twin or double bed years down the road. Choose a dresser that can double as a changing table during the early years. O Keep flexibility first. With each purchase, consider how the item will serve your childâ€™s needs over a span of several years. This is true even in the closet, where space once allocated for tiny garments must eventually give way to larger and bulkier attire. One solution is a multi-functional closet organization system, such as ClosetMaidâ€™s ShelfTrack, which can be altered as children grow and their needs change. For younger children, maximize closet space by utilizing three levels of wire shelving for clothing. As they get older, itâ€™s easy to reconfigure the design by adjusting shelving or adding accessories such as baskets and shoe racks. O Make the most of accessories. Establish a neutral palette that can
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612 HaLEy DRIVE â€˘ $149,900
144 BRIDgEpORt COURt â€˘ $198,500
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3908 aSHBROOk ROaD â€˘ $198,900
1100 wEStMINStER LaNE â€˘ $98,500 Subdivision: Farmington WOW!!! What a great home nestled in the trees, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2 Fireplaces, cozy and neat as a pin! Carport and storage buildings. ONLY $98,500! Directions: S. Winstead Ave to left on Ridgecrest, right on Englewood, left on Wellington, right on Westminster. Home is on corner.
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6177 HaRRISONtOwN ROaD â€˘ $144,800 Eligible For 100% USDA Financing!
Darling home with family friendly split bedroom floor plan, 9â€™ Ceilings & feature fireplace. Sits on 1:33 acres on a quiet road. NO CITY TAXES, PROGRESS ENERGY & RED OAK SCHOOLS - could be what youâ€™ve been looking for! Directions: From Golden East towards Dortches. Right on S. Browntown, Left on Harrisontown Road - home is on left. AGENT ON DUTY: kAY OwEN 252-904-1434
4009 CaRyBROOk COURt â€˘ $133,800
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! AGENT ON DUTY: JAY HOOks 252-230-3406
3423 EaSt LakE ROaD â€˘ $189,500 Great open floorplan! ECO means â€œEnergy Efficientâ€?! New Construction ECO Home! Granite and Stainless Appliances! Hardwoods! Duke/Progress Electricity! 100% Financing! REDUCED! only $189,500! Directions: Sunset to left onto Old Carriage Rd. Right onto Oak Level Rd. Right into Oak Level Crossing! Follow the signs!
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1938 BLUE HERON DRIVE â€˘ $269,900
Subdivision: Ketch Point 3-bedroom home, two fireplaces, one down and one in Master Bedroom. Large kitchen w/ walk-in pantry, w/ dining and sitting area! Screened porch overlooks back yard, beautiful! Directions: Sunset to Halifax Road South. Halifax to left on Ketch Point Road. Turn right on Crosswinds Drive and left on Carybrook Court, home on right at end of Cul-de-sac!
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.
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3416 wEatHERStONE DRIVE â€˘ $158,800 Subdivision: Weatherstone Updated Cape Cod in Weatherstone. Quartz Counter Tops, Wood Flooring, Remodeled Baths and Recently Replaced Carpet. Rocking Chair front Porch and Large Deck with Privacy Panels. Over-sized Garage and Shop Area. Home Warranty Included! Directions: Take Sunset to Right on Weatherstone, Home on the Left. AGENT ON DUTY: CHRis BULLUCk 252-883-1383
4000 HaMptON DRIVE â€˘ $179,500 Great family home with lots of space. Master bedroom down with 3 more bedrooms upstairs. Granite countertops and hardwoods with stainless appliances! Wow! Move in ready! Absolute stunner! Directions - Hawthorne Rd to a left onto Mansfield. Right onto Gloucester. Right onto Hampton. Home is on the right in the Century Farms Subdivision. AGENT ON DUTY: pAmELA piTT 252-903-3616
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4538 MORNINg StaR â€˘ $269,900 Subdivision: THE OAKS AT HUNTER HILL New Construction home has it all! 4BR/3BA, bonus or possible 5th bedroom/office + unfinished area. Energy Efficient Home w/multiple green features: Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Hardwood Floors, no city taxes, and low utilities. Directions: Take Hunter Hill Road towards Red Oak turn left into the Oaks at Hunter Hill Phase 2, and left onto Morning Star. AGENT ON DUTY: LisA TEDDER-BAzEmORE 252-904-4960
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2329 MEaDOwLaRk RD â€˘ $189,900 Subdivision: CYPRESS FARM This New Construction Energy Efficient Home w/ multiple green features: Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Hardwood Floors, no city taxes, low utilities, screened porch and sealed crawl space. Directions: Womble Rd to Beulah Rd. Left onto Cypress Farm. AGENT ON DUTY: LisA TEDDER-BAzEmORE 252-904-4960
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1300 gREEN tEE LaNE â€˘ $94,500
Description - Super home with a friendly floorplan! Master bedroom downstairs. 2 more bedrooms up. 2.5 baths Large rear deck and a double garage. Fenced area for pets. Great home that needs no updating! Only $148,500! Directions - West Mount Dr to right onto Emerson. Left onto Culpepper.
Subdivision: Northgreen Village â€?Ask About Todayâ€™s Only Special Priceâ€?. Well maintained ranch style has a lot to offer, large corner lot. On the inside you will find an oversized family room as well as formal areas. Need a fenced yard and workshop, we have it. Directions: From Benvenue Road, turn right on Goldrock Road; turn right on Shank; left on Niblick; turn right on Green Tee.
AGENT ON DUTY: JAY HOOks 252-230-3406
AGENT ON DUTY: kATHY AkERs 252-266-4038
229 FOxHaLL DRIVE â€˘ $108,000 Low maintenance ranch! Cathedral ceilings, open kitchen w/large eat-in bar & dining area. Nice wood deck w/built-in seating. Elegant foyer, Cathedral Height great room w/focal fireplace. A Must SEE. DIRECTIONS: Conveniently located near Golden East Mall take Goldrock Road to left on Foxhall. Bright ranch will be easy to find on the Left on corner of Foxhall & Cunningham Drive. AGENT ON DUTY: TREvOR FOOTE 252-314-8206
11 wIMBERLEy aVE
1213 OLD MILL ROaD â€˘ $109,500 ALMOST COUNTRY! 3.11 Acres of land, brick ranch, double carport, two car detached garage, covered patio, split bdrm plan, open kitchen den combination with fireplace, separate living room, master bath with walk-in shower, hardwood floors, central gas heat and central ac. Directions: South on Winstead Avenue, turn left on Bethlehem Road, right on Old Mill Road, house is first one on the left facing Old Mill Road. AGENT ON DUTY: CHANCEY HiLL 252-266-1263
220 w. RIDgE StREEt
Subdivision: Bunn Immaculate 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath home; â€œHandicap Accessibleâ€?! Double Garage; large lot (well landscaped); MANY EXTRAS!; Come and Preview!! Directions: Country Club Drive to Southern Boulevard, to right on Wimberly Ave, Home on the left.
Ahead of the Brew Mill curve, refurbished cottage, move-in ready!! 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Dinning Room w/Bay Window, hardwoods thru out. Screened porch for relaxation. Lots of outside storage space. Walking distance to Farmers Market and Walking Trail. Directions: From Golden East Mall: Benvenue Rd South to Ridge St. Right on Ridge St./ From Downtown: Fall Rd North to Ridge St; Left on Ridge.
AGENT ON DUTY: mARY BRYAN FRYAR 252-883-8889
AGENT ON DUTY: mAx AvENT 252-450-9417