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hOme Of The week 3322 Glen ellen Rd

$365,000 Great 5 bedroom 3 bath home in Whispering Creek! Granite counter tops throughout, tile backsplash in kitchen, dark hardwood floors, stacked stone gas log fireplace, tile bathrooms, fully finished walkout basement with wet bar. Kitchen boasts eating bar with pendant lighting and stainless steel appliances. Master suite has double granite vanity, jetted tub, separate shower, and walk in closet. On the other side of the open living room/kitchen/dining are two more bedrooms and a full bath. The open staircase to the basement walks into a large family room - big enough for TV watching AND a pool table. Beyond that is a wet bar and plenty of room for pub tables. In the basement are two more large bedrooms and a full bath. 3 car garage. Don’t miss out on this well designed floor plan! All of this PLUS tax abatement until 2023!

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SMALL SPACES

Empty nesters repurposing rooms ‌T

here is sorrow in the home when one of your chicks goes away to college. A young adult’s transition away from the nest is one of the parents’ proudest moments, an accomplishment and a sign of momentous change in everyone’s lives. My husband wept for months every time he passed by our son’s doorway. Most experts advise keeping your child’s room exactly as he or she left it for a while, so that when they return home, they are not made to feel as if their place in the family has been erased. However, for those who live with the CHRISTINE reality of a small home and could desperately use the BRUN bedroom for another child or another purpose, that while might be condensed. I had a friend who joked that no sooner had one son pulled away from the curb than a younger sibling began moving his treasures into his room! One of the easiest transitions for both parent and child might be to set up the bedroom as a part-time guest room or home office while keeping intact pieces of the original room. For example, you could repaint a child’s bedroom in white or off-white as a base. You could also keep all woodwork and trim white, and paint the walls in a soft neutral color. Try a tan, soft gray or a khaki tone. These are gender neutral and will help to expand space. Select one wall for items that belong to your child: photos, awards, banners, posters or even some framed childhood artwork. Mount something over the bed or headboard that has to do with the entire family. For example, if you are a family of mountain bikers, a shot of your family on a trail or a photo of a mountain backdrop would suffice. If you are passionate travelers, perhaps an enlarged photo of your entire family on a trip could inspire the rest of the decor. This example uses peel-and-stick elements on a side wall as the decor foundation. As you can see, the colors of the bedding and window treatment are pulled from the color scheme of the decorative items. What’s appealing about easily removable decals is you can remove them when your adult child comes back home for visits, if you are so inclined. The truth

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is that as a few semesters pass, your child will become accustomed to the idea that their home base will begin to shift. Eventually, they may return to your city but move into an apartment with friends instead of claiming their room in your home. When your college freshman’s room has been repurposed for a younger sibling, try negotiating a corner of the room where things belonging to the older one could be kept. This might be a bookshelf with trophies, personal belongings and photos. It could be a tack surface for photos that is easily amended when the older child visits. You could make a floor-to-ceiling tack area easily: Buy some commercial-grade textured vinyl wall covering, and hang it floor to ceiling. Trim the edges with a piece of small wood or medium-density fiberboard moulding. Pinholes do not show, and you can rearrange photos forever! Another option is to buy a few yards of Tretford carpet squares or rolled carpet goods. The company has 49 vibrant carpet colors and 35 carpet tile colors to choose from. Install the carpet as a type of headboard wall. You will gain both a rich anchor of inspiration for the color scheme and a flexible tack surface. Christine Brun, ASID, is a San Diego based interior designer and author of “Small Space Living.” Send questions and comments to her by email at christinebrun@sbcglobal.net. COPYRIGHT 2017 CREATORS.COM


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PLUMBER

TEAM

Vicki Kollbaum, MRP 712-251-0951 Nancy Henry 712-251-1580

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5BRs, 4BAs. Open Concept, lg Kit, Brick Fireplace, 2 Water Heaters, 3 Stall Garage.

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389,950

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465,000

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6551 KiNgSBARN cT.

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524,500

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2919 ReBeccA

119,900

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The importance of standby power

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tor is not a portable generear Ed: With the recent storms ED DEL ator. This type of generator hitting the U.S., I have decided to GRANDE runs on natural or propane have a standby generator installed. gas and is wired directly to I remember last year you did a special your home’s electrical system. column on steps involved when having Standby generators start up automatia home generator installed. Could cally when power is lost and I’m happy to you please do your readers a favor by revisit my five basic steps to follow if revisiting this topic? - Fred, Massachusetts Answer: A residential standby generaPlease see PLUMBER, Page H9

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Lake views of Blue Lake 2 bedroom plus possible 3rd room without egress. Ranch style home with 3 season room and finished basement with wet bar.

335,000

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179,999

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269,950

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4BRs, 4.5BAs w/ over 16 acres. eat-in Kit w/ island. MF Laundry, MF & LL have lg Family rooms. Plus: LL: game & hobby room. Fireplace, lg deck, hot-tub, detached 2 car garage. $

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Golf Course panoramic view on beautifully updated walk-out Ranch W/ 4 BRs, 3 BA 3-stall garage. 2 FAMILY ROOMs, wet bar & more. $

279,900

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4BR’s plus ofice ranch style home on over 1/2 acre with 2 1/2BA. Beautiful hardwood floors.

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4008 SHeRwood TeRRAce Great Neighborhood! 3BRs, 2BAs, Spacious garage! Family Room w/ wet bar & Refrig. Quick Possession! $

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Klinker Brick Tudor, 4BRs, 2BAs, beautiful hardwood floors, cozy fireplace.

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3308 Jones St

Hurry to see this three bedroom, one and a half bath, two story home that sits up off the street on a double lot on the North side near schools. Furnace is new in 2015. Newer windows through out the house. Large living room with wood burning fireplace and built ins. Large dining room has some stain glass windows. Kitchen has nice built in pantry, parquet floor, and lots of counter space. Three bedrooms up have hardwood floors and newer windows. Vinyl siding for easy maintenance!

$139,950 - NEW LIStINg

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105 32nd STReeT

1839 S. cedAR

4BRs, 2BAs, w/ detached 2 stall garage w/ new fence.

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155,000

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110 S. ceNTeR ST.

59,000

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22622 grenoble Ave.

SUPER LOW PLYMOUTH COUNTY TAXES!! 4 bedroom, 4 bath home on 1.75 acre. This hilltop lot is complete with “million dollar” views just 1.5 miles from Sioux City! Large eat in kitchen has breakfast bar. Master suite is unbelievable with large master bath and walk in closet. Other 3 bedrooms have large walk in closets. Great price per sq. ft!

and 3 baths! Set on a picturesque corner lot off West Solway, this home has over 2700 sq. ft. of above ground finished living space. $189,500 - NEW PRICE

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3BRs, 2BAs. eat-In Kit, Master BR w/ Lg Selling as is. Located in a Nice area in elk Walk-In Closet. Newer He Furnace & CA. Point, 2BRs w/ full BA & double car garage.

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2BRs, 1BA, possible 3rd BR on 2nd floor. Main floor laundry, updated kitchen & fenced yard. Great starter home or investment property!!

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Outstanding 3+ bedroom, 2 bath North side bungalow with fenced back yard and large 2 stall garage and extra off street parking in back. Kitchen has breakfast bar, hardwood floor and all appliances stay! Two bedrooms on main and dormer could be used as large bedroom. Nicely finished family room down and also bedroom with no egress window and great 3/4 bath with heated floor.

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3BRs, 3BAs raised ranch, huge fenced park like backyard, two stall garage, newer windows and bathrooms - new carpet on main floor! New appliances.

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4BRs, 3BAs, Custom Built Home. eat-In- Kit open to DR. LR w/ Fireplace. Over Sized Attached 2 Stall Garage. All electric Home, Professionally Landscaped Yard. Plus much more, a must see!

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57,500

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1360 Fox Ridge trail

23089 glacier Rd.

Outstanding 5 bedroom, 4 bath 2 story home that is a decorators dream located on a quiet North Side cul de sac. This wonderfully updated home sits on approximately an acre of private, lushly landscaped yard including a spectacular pool area and waterfalls in back yard! Large 3 car garage. New Roof in 2017! Hurry to see the home of your dreams!

5 BR, 4 BA walk out ranch on 4.77 acre lot with spectacular views!! 5300 sq. ft. of finished living space with a great open concept and large rooms everywhere! Large eat in kitchen. Master suite has large walk in closet and lovely master bath. Over sized 3 car garage. Great in ground pool! Low Plymouth County Taxes!

$475,000 - NEW PRICE

$545,000 - NEW PRICE


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STYLE AT HOME

MARY CAROL GARRITY/TNS‌PHOTOS

Maeve and Lyric.

Savoring the last days of summer

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n my 61 years of life, this is the first time I didn’t want summer to end. Don’t get me wrong. As a child, I relished in summer vacation. Growing up in a small Midwestern town, we were free-range kids when school was out. The world was as immense as our active MARY CAROL imaginations, and GARRITY our territory was as far and wide as our bikes or mosquito-bitten legs could take us. I remember putting on shows, draping a blanket over a clothesline to serve as our backdrop. And sitting astride our backyard fence with my good friend, pretending we were on horseback, surveying our ranch. And there were the times I went with a friend’s family to

Bean Lake. I wasn’t actually invited—or given permission to go by my mom—so I snuck into their car. All of us kids were giggling as her parents pretended like they didn’t know I was back there hiding. Yeah, I was that kind of kid in the summer. But fall has always been my favorite season. I love the crisp feel of the autumn air, scented with fallen leaves and wood smoke. Fresh apples from the orchard. Football game day celebrations at the local university. I just feel better in the fall, full of newfound energy, ready to take on the world. It’s the time of year I look forward to for nine months. Until this year. I think it has something to do with a 3-year-old girl who has stolen my heart. Maeve. Our daughter Kelly, her wonderful

Here’s to summer. husband, Britt, and Princess Maeve are renovating their house this summer. Instead of them living in sawdust, we invited them to stay in the cottage next door to ours until their house was completed. When the sweet little house next to ours came on the market a few years ago, we snatched it up, and my mom moved in. Since Mom passed away this spring, it’s been empty. So Dan and I thought it was the ideal spot for Kelly and crew. Needless to say, we have been over the moon about Maeve since she entered the universe. I didn’t think she could bewitch me any further. But something happened, having her next door, seeing her every day. I can’t

imagine not ending the day hanging out by the lake with Kelly and Britt, and our wild little warrior. Playing Maeve’s rules croquet. Chasing across the lawn. But I think there is more to it, this not wanting summer to end, than just granddaughter worship. Dan and I have lived at Innisfree for a few years now, and we’re settling into our new community. I love the slow, relaxed pace of life here. How people take time for one another. In the summer, we’re all outside, and it feels like summer in my neighborhood growing up. And, I just think I’m finally getting better at savoring moments. Being present. Being

thankful. It took a few years. But I’m glad I’m finally here. So, here’s to summer. So long, hot days by the water and the cool of the garden shade. To dining on the deck with friends, savoring food fresh picked from the garden. To brilliant sunsets, played out to a symphony of singing frogs and humming cicadas. To the belly laughter of our children. And, a quiet cuddle with my tired grandbaby, who smells like cut grass and sun. This column was adapted from Mary Carol Garrity’s blog at www. nellhills.com. She can be reached at marycarol@nellhills.com. ©2017 Tribune Content Agency, LLC. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.


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How to dry late summer leaves, flowers ‌D

rying the late summer leaves and flowers for winter use was a skill used by rural women all over America. Before refrigerated florists, getting any flowers in winter was impossible. The way they got around it was to dry all they could in late summer. Knowing what to pick and what colors share greatest longevity were time-learned MAUREEN skills passed down GILMER from mother to daughter. Your herbs, both perennial and annual, have lots of growth, so there are opportunities to add fragrance and flavoring to your flower drying efforts as well. Flowers that bloom in the late summer with thick flower petals are among the best choices for drying. Thin gossamer petals shrivel too much and don’t hold their color. Marigolds, zinnias, asters, chrysanthemum and goldenrod are the traditional choices. However, annuals and perennials promptly deadheaded in early summer may bloom modestly a second time in the fall. These blooms are ideal for drying due to their smaller size. Another factor that influences what you dry is flower color. Drying causes some to fade or darken unexpectedly. For example, red and magenta tend to turn brownish when dried. Better choices are white, light blue, pink, gold and orange. The first time around, dry every color you want to, then determine which ones work best for your taste. One of the most common ways folks fail with their flower drying is bugs. What typically happens is small caterpillars show up on the drying plants and proceed to consume them rapidly. By the time they are discovered, the damage is done. This is because the leaves, stems and flowers you cut from the garden will likely contain eggs of a variety of insects. Many are

too small to see, but you’ll be shocked at the results after they hatch. To make sure you don’t import bugs into your dried plants and flowers, give them a thorough water spray and inspection. The kitchen sink sprayer works well to hose off the plants with pressure that detaches many of the eggs and kills others. This also eliminates aphids and other tiny bugs too. Spray wash followed by air drying each stem on a towel also removes spores of mildew and other fungi that too often discolor plant material during the drying period. Once clean and dried, it’s time to bundle your plants by their stems. A thick rubber band gradually tightens as the stems dry and shrink, making sure they hold together tightly the whole time. While plants dry, keep them in the dark to preserve color. Make sure there is good air circulation to speed the process particularly in humid areas. Where there is further insect concern during drying, just cover each bundle in fine petticoat netting until dry. For all the bits and pieces left over from your garden, wash and dry these on a salvaged window screen. Put it in the rafters to stay out of the wind and out of the way for the short time these take to dry. This brings all your plants and flowers into your own personal tea and potpourri gifts made from a “salad” of dried materials accented with a few drops of essential oil. If you love this late season drying of your declining garden flowers, consider planting everlasting annual statice and strawflowers next year. Both grow easily from seed and are widely available. These are the traditional dried flowers used in so many kinds of arrangements you buy at the store. TIP: Put whole bay leaves into your packages of dried plants to keep pantry moths away. Since the founding of this

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Above: Flowers from the late summer garden can be easily dried for winter decor while the snow flies. Right: Easy to grow from seed, this annual statice can yield dried flowers in every garden. country, gardeners and rural women have practiced the skill of drying plants for winter. Back then she knew it would be a long and dark season in her house with natural dyes, handspun and candlelight. So when she could have dried flower arrangements in January, they chased away the melancholy of those cold dark days after the lights of Christmas fade. Maureen Gilmer is an author, horticulturist and landscape designer. Learn more at www.MoPlants. com. Contact her at mogilmer@ yahoo.com or P.O. Box 891, Morongo Valley, CA 92256. ©2017 Tribune Content Agency, LLC. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.


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Plumber From H6

you’re looking to have a standby generator installed: 1. Standby generators are professionally installed with proper permits pulled. So, first locate a licensed standby generator dealer/installer in your area. 2. After a location site visit and any trenching needed, the automatic transfer panel switch and generator are set in place. 3. All electrical lines/controls are installed and connected. 4. Natural gas or propane fuel lines are connected to the generator and any underground wires and gas piping backfilled. 5. Your dealer/installer starts and tests the system and your new standby power generator is there to back you up during and after the storm. Master Contractor/Plumber Ed Del Grande is known internationally as the author of the book “Ed Del Grande’s House Call,” the host of TV and Internet shows, and a LEED green associate. Visit eddelgrande.com or write eadelg@cs.com. Always consult local contractors and codes. ©2017 Tribune Content Agency, LLC. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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Near new construction with a tax abatement remaining! This beautiful 3BR, 2BA custom built ranch is located near shopping and is walking distance to East Middle School! Open concept kitchen/family room with attractive hickory hardwood. The kitchen offers a huge island and abundant cabinetry with a view of the family room fireplace. $295,000 Master Suite w/ WIC.

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Custom home with fantastic crown molding, open concept, 5 bedrooms, six panel solid door, 2 kitchens, walk in pantry, main floor master bedroom and laundry, lower level is a walk out with kitchen, bedrooms, bath, triple car garage.

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2321 S. MAgNOlIA • $114,000 Great location on this very solid 3 bedroom home in Mside. This home features 3 bedrooms 1 and a half bathrooms finished walk out basement. Nice sized lot with many updates.

5 BR, 3.5 BA, open concept in WC. Open floor plan with an entertainment space separating master wing from the other bedrooms. Great, expansive views! $399,950

7 Red Fox Run $649,950

2 Story with open concept, 5 bedrooms,

OPEN SUNDAY 1:30-2:30 2501 W. SolWay

formal LR and Dr, eat in kitchen, main floor family room, walk out lower level, triple car

$259,950

garage with 2.10 acres of privacy.

33787 Fox View Lane $749,000

567 SuNRISE DR, SOuth SIOux CIty • $399,000 This home features 4 bedrooms 4 baths, large kitchen with all appliances, open floor plan. 2.16 acres and huge deck for entertaining!

Plymouth county taxes on 20 acres. This ranch home has 4 bedrooms, sitting on top of a hill. Large country kitchen, with formal LR and DR, master and den on the main floor, lower level is a walk out with bedroom, bath and family room.

3616 Court

404 PRAIRE, PONCA • $335,000

Here is your chance! A very high quality ranch home sitting on 2.26 acres. This home has nearly 4500 sq. feet of finish living and a 1,972 sq. foot garage for the handy man or business owner. The kitchen area is a very open concept with quality cabinets and a pantry. The kitchen is open to a great family room and a dining area. There is a covered deck with great views.

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Desirable Northside raised ranch has an outstanding 1604 sq ft on MF! The MF offers a living/dining room combo with large picture window. Kitchen has breakfast bar and is open to $179,950 large family room.

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Saturday, September 16, 2017 | H11

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OPEN HOUSES Sunday, September 17, 2017

140 Green Ct, Elk Point 942 Wynstone Dr, Jefferson 565 Prairie Blvd, Dakota Dunes. 705 5th Ave, S. Sioux City 218 E. 20th St, S. Sioux City 317 Kerri Ln, S. Sioux City $292,000 $445,000 $259,900 $99,950 $95,000 $379,000 Sunday 1:00 - 2:00 Sunday 1:00 - 2:00 Sunday 2:30 - 3:30 Sunday 1:00 - 2:00 Sunday 2:30 - 3:30 Sunday 3:00 - 4:00 Peggy Christensen 712-251-2308 Cyndi Unger 712-251-4562 Cyndi Unger 712-251-4562 Judy Clayton 712-251-6271 Judy Clayton 712-251-6271 Barb Kimmel 712-251-4053

23089 Glacier Rd. • $545,000 • 717265 Ranch home w/ in-ground pool & beautiful views.

33787 Fox View Ln. • $749,000 • 718005 Ranch home w/ spacious kitchen & master suite.

FEATURED HOMES Townhouse

11 Climbing Hill Path, Climbing Hill $29,950 716157

209 Birch St, Correctionville $38,750 717686

104 S. East St, Ponca $59,900 715264

900 15th St, Onawa $245,000 Sunday 1:00 - 2:00 Hank Baker 712-490-6621

302 Annie St, Newcastle $62,900 718017

419 Main St, Kingsley $65,000 718347

115 Market St. $74,999 718068

1009 Edgewater Ave. $68,000 719023

302 Jones St. Suite 100 Sioux City, IA 51101 712-226-6000 1-800-420-4635

1913 Dakota Ave So. Sioux City, NE 68776 402-494-2031 1-800-420-4635

17503 310th St. $339,000 Sunday 1:30 - 2:30 Barb Kimmel 712-251-4053

1414 Jasper St, Onawa $129,900 Sunday 2:00 - 3:00 Hank Baker 712-490-6621

1248 Benton Ave. $184,900 Sunday 2:30 - 3:30 Greg Gregerson 712-253-2792

3308 Jones St. $109,500 Sunday 12:45 - 1:45 Chuck Burnett 712-251-0829

2501 W. Solway St. $259,950 Sunday 1:30 - 2:30 Lee Quade 712-898-1606

111 23rd St. $90,000 Sunday 2:00 - 3:00 Kathy Kelly 712-898-7011

315 15th St, Onawa $105,000 Sunday 3:00 - 4:00 Hank Baker 712-490-6621

22622 Grenoble Ave. 3106 Stone Park Blvd. 1324 Winona Ct. $529,000 $139,950 $175,000 Sunday 3:30 - 4:30 Sunday 11:30 - 12:30 Sunday 12:30 - 1:30 Chuck Burnett 712-251-0829 Chuck Burnett 712-251-0829 Paula Brown 712-223-1016

2827 Valley Dr. 201 W. 24th St. $160,000 $189,950 Sunday 2:00 - 3:00 Sunday 2:00 - 3:00 Teresa Weaver 712-204-6886 Chuck Burnett 712-251-0829

4 W. 37th St. Pl. $291,500 Sunday 3:00 - 4:00 Joe Krage 712-251-4030

2728 Prospect St. $53,900 Sunday 4:00 - 5:00 Mick Morgan 712-389-4861

Townhouse 702 6th St, Onawa $85,000 719159

1305 12th St, Onawa $102,000 718667

223 W. Grand St, Hinton $109,950 718890

3210 Transit Ave. $110,000 719054

1015 34th St. $119,500 717597

2001 Riverview Blvd. $127,000 718794

405 Brandon St, Kingsley $129,950 719138

3229 Jennings St. $174,000 718763

3616 Court St. $179,950 718655

Townhouse

116 Stewart Ave. $132,500 718146

4611 Applewood Ave. $144,950 718552

1724 S. Clinton St. $145,000 718606

3230 Nebraska St. $152,000 718845

3501 14th St. $159,950 718968

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821 Arbor Dr, S. Sioux City $185,000 719017

Townhouse

Townhouse

4252 Fremar Dr. $245,950 715653

567 Sunrise Dr, S. Sioux City $399,000 718963

102 Brookline Dr, Dak. Dunes $250,000 719066

3441 Glen Ellen Rd. $419,750 717533

2919 W. Highland Ave. $189,900 718171

425 E. Main St, Lawton $289,950 718744

1360 Fox Ridge Trl. $475,000 717127

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404 Prairie Ave, Ponca $335,000 718014

619 Lakeshore Dr, McCook Lake $524,950 716267

Newly Listed Properties 4416 Nicollet Way $200,000 718476

505 Embassy Dr, Sgt. Bluff $339,950 718577

7 Red Fox Run $649,950 715714

4101 Sherwood Ter. $219,900 718394

3500 Alpine Ave. $209,950 718954

907 Wynstone Dr, Jefferson $369,900 718938

23 Quail Ct. $359,050 718683

3421 Quail Ridge $729,995 717787

933 Spyglass Cir, Dak. Dunes $3,900,000 714199

Contact Beau Braunger United Management, LLC

2519 S. Newton St. $187,000 Sunday 12:00 - 1:00 Sheryl Ford 712-212-4576

6117 Morningside Ave. $287,450 Sunday 12:00 - 1:00 Kathy Kelly 712-898-7011

2918 S. Lyons St. $295,000 Sunday 12:00 - 1:00 Lee Quade 712-898-1606

2321 S. Olive St. $120,000 Sunday 12:30 - 1:30 Rick Arnold 712-251-8877

3600 5th Ave. 2916 S. Lyons St. $137,500 $299,500 Sunday 12:30 - 1:30 Sunday 1:00 - 3:00 Teresa Weaver 712-204-6886 Mike Borschuk 712-253-4101

3809 3rd Ave. $165,000 Sunday 1:15 - 2:15 Mick Morgan 712-389-4861

5430 Lorraine Ave. $259,950 Sunday 1:30 - 2:30 Sheryl Ford 712-212-4576

2712 Dodge Ave. $124,950 Sunday 2:00 - 3:00 Rick Arnold 712-251-8877

3912 5th Ave. $132,900 Sunday 2:00 - 3:00 Aaron Hinds 712-389-2853

3716 Glenn Ave. $138,000 Sunday 3:00 - 4:00 Jeff Nelson 712-490-4130

6734 Kokopelli Pl. 6726 Celtic Manor $399,995 $399,950 Sunday 12:00 - 1:00 Sunday 12:30 - 1:30 Adam Stokes 712-204-1414 Thomas Marx 712-522-9030

6727 Timberline Cir. 6701 Kingswood Ct. $259,900 $449,000 Sunday 1:00 - 2:00 Sunday 2:30 - 3:30 Greg Gregerson 712-253-2792 Mick Morgan 712-389-4861

6807 Coyote Run $389,950 Sunday 3:30 - 4:30 Rick Arnold 712-251-8877

217 Paxton St. $142,500 Sunday 12:00 - 1:00 Christine Zellmer-Zant 712-253-4694

Licensed in IA, NE, SD

Townhouse

2201 Jackson St. $181,500 719125

2524 S. Cleveland St. $125,000 Sunday 12:00 - 1:00 Mick Morgan 712-389-4861

2635 S. Palmetto St. 2 BR, 1 BA, Bungalow in convenient location; eat-in kitchen, new roof & gutters. 719195 $85,000

2321 S. Magnolia St. 3 BR, 1.5 BA, 1½ story w/ finished walk-out basement & spacious second floor bedroom. 719202 $114,000

1627 S. Helen St. 3 BR, 1 BA, Ranch w/ all new kitchen, bath, flooring, roof, siding, windows & doors. 719192 $102,000

2321 S. Olive St. 3 BR, 1 BA, Ranch in great area w/ fenced yard; lower level family room w/ dry bar. 719209 $120,000

5430 Lorraine Ave. 4 BR, 3.5 BA, Walk-out ranch w/ spacious living areas, 3 season porch & master bath. 719182 $259,950

814 33rd St. Affordable building site in an established north side neighborhood. 719181 $12,500

25 Union Ct, McCook Lake 3 BR, 2 BA, Cute ranch home w/ lots of updates throughout & insulated 2 car garage. 719176 $179,950

2524 S. Cleveland St. 3 BR, 1 BA, Ranch w/ 2 car garage; new flooring, countertops, cabinets & plumbing. 719216 $125,000

712-226-6000

Townhouse

Townhouse

3507 14th St. $159,950 Sunday 3:00 - 4:00 Sheryl Ford 712-212-4576

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HERE’S HOW

How to install decorative hardwood flooring

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ear James: I have always liked decorative inlaid hardwood flooring in older homes, but it is not used much today. I would like to install some in my dining floor. Can it be done in an existing floor? — Kathy G. Dear Kathy: Inlaid hardwood floors are actually more commonplace today than you might realize. The new computerized

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design and manufacturing methods have brought the cost of inlaid floors down to a reasonable level by reducing the labor cost component. A cost of about $30 per lineal foot is typical for an attractive, but narrow, trim strip. Inlaid trim can be installed in an existing hardwood floor. To keep the overall

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cost down, have just some trim pieces installed, such as a small border or intermittent detail sections. If you install too much inlaid trim, it will be extremely expensive and may overpower any other decorative features or trim in your dining room. Before you select the style and amount of inlaid trim, have the entire existing hardwood floor sanded and prepared for

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FEATUREDHOmEs 942 Wynstone Dr • $445,000

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Very functional 4BR, 3.5BA with an open concept living and kitchen area along with a main floor office/den and dining room.

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565 Prairie BlvD • $259,900

6734 Kokopelli, SC, IA $399,995 ML: 3BRs, 2BAs. Lg LR w/ Fireplace. K w/ lg Island & stainless steel appliances. LL: 2BRs, lg BA family room, wet bar / game room and walk out to patio. Plus: whole house 6 zone audio system, fenced backyard & 3 stall garage. price reduced!

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3421 Quail Ridge, SC, IA $729,995 ML: 3BRs, 3BAs, eating area off of lg K, DR, LR, & LR w/ fireplace. LL: fully finished w/ 2BRs, 3/4BA, wet bar, lg FR, office, & 12x10 golf cart garage. Plus: 4 stall garage, covered deck & patio, heated floors in the entire basement & garage, heated saltwater pool, pool house w/ 3/4 bath, bar area, & storage.

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3441 Glen Ellen, SC, IA $419,750 To be complete August of 2017. K w/ separate eating area & walk in pantry. Lg LR w/ fireplace & hardwood floors. Master suite w/ walk in closet, shower & soaking tub. Plus: lg covered deck, sprinkler system & oversized 3 stall garage.

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2810 Nebraska, SC, IA $124,995 Nicely maintained Victorian home right next to Unity Point Hospital. Currently a single family residence but can easily be converted to an up / down duplex w/ utilities already separated.

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4239, 4252, 4254 Fremar Dr. SC, IA • $245,950 Townhomes. 2BRs & 2BAs. Open concept w/ vaulted ceilings. K w/ lg island. Lg master suite, master BA w/ walk in shower & walk in closet. Features: fireplace & oversized garage

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585 Sandstone Cir, DD, SD $394,950 ML: 3BRs, 2BA, LR, lg K, DR, & laundry. Impressive K w/ lg island & walk in pantry. Master suite w/ his & hers walk in shower, dual vanities, & lg walk in closest. Plus: 3 stall garage & lg covered patio. Unit 403 $189,995 Unit 505 $164,995 700 4th St. Sioux City, IA Modern. Edgy. Downtown w/ fantastic city view. High end finishes featuring hardwood floors, granite counters & tile BAs. Open living & K area, large master suite & laundry room.Access to fitness center and city sky walk.

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refinishing. This will give you a uniform surface to begin with when evaluating different inlaid patterns. It will also minimize the possibility of damaging the inlaid wood after it is installed before it receives the finishing top coat. Another, much lower cost option, is to finish the entire sanded floor with polyurethane except for a narrow strip. You can use masking tape to block off the strip. Now apply a dark stain to the uncoated strip. Since this strip is not sealed with polyurethane, only it will absorb the stain. If any stain gets on the already finished floor, it should wipe off the glossy polyurethane finish easily. Now finish the entire floor, including the darker trim strip, with two more coats of polyurethane. If you are very competent at using a router, you can do the wood inlaying job yourself, but most homeowners have a professional flooring person install the inlaid wood trim for them. The inlaid piece of hardwood is only about one-quarter inch thick, so it does not allow much room for error and then finding the inlays do not fit. When doing it yourself, always just glue the inlays into place instead of nailing them. When you are replacing all the hardwood or building a new home, check with the hardwood manufacturer for standard inlaid borders. These are sized to fit perfectly with their regular hardwood strips and planks. This is much less expensive than trying to fit an existing floor. The inlaid borders are made of a solid backing of wood with a thin veneer of the attractive or exotic wood. The veneer is still thick enough though to be sanded and refinished several times over the life of a typical hardwood floor. For rooms that are not going to be covered with a carpet in the center or for foyers, adding a decorative medallion is very attractive. There are standard ones available or you can have one custom designed with a family crest, for example. The highest quality ones use all natural woods of various colors without stains. These are more durable. Many hardwood flooring manufacturers have standard patterns from which to choose. Try these companies if you cannot find ones at a local shop: Oshkosh Floor Designs, (920) 582-9977; Koetter Woodworking, (812) 923-8875; and Rare Earth Hardwoods, (800) 968-0074. Send your questions to Here’s How, 6906 Royalgreen Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45244 or visit www. dulley.com. COPYRIGHT 2017 CREATORS.COM


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ART OF DESIGN

Paint is the best decorating tool

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ave you ever come up with a decorating idea for your home and then been able to see it through completion? If you have, certainly you have experienced that sensation of satisfaction, the sheer pleasure derived from the process of change. For most, the interior walls of a home are the largest areas one will ever have to work with to express a personal sense of JOSEPH PUBILLONES style and creativity. There are so many ways to change a room through the design of its walls. Sometimes it’s just a fresh coat of paint in a new color that gives a room a new look. A change in color, pattern and texture can aid in changing the dynamics of the room, and sometimes even the way it functions. For example, a dark small bedroom can become a bright and cheerful card room by changing the color on the walls to clear tints and light tones, regardless of the furniture styles. Strategizing the scheme for a room, the style and mood can be exciting and fun, but also daunting and confusing. Seeking for ideas, colors and patterns can be a bit of a fun treasure hunt. Your inspiration may take you through museums, designer show houses, furniture store vignettes, shelter magazines and the pages of design books. The best idea for any project is to start a file, collecting advertisements of desired pieces of furniture. Paint swatches of favorite colors for your local paint store or wallpaper samples all should become a part of your inspiration board. Your own selection and combinations of the items will help you to concoct a personal and specific design to your home. These will be the design guidelines in the execution of your home. Next phase will take into consideration if you will do the

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project yourself or if you will have help of contractors and professionals. Sometimes this decision is based on budget, and for others it might be a matter of talent in any particular area of home renovations. Whatever your choice, the important thing is that the result makes your home be seen in its best

light. There are a couple of rules about color: Lighter colors make a room seem larger, whereas darker colors bring the walls closer and make a room seem smaller. While this is generally true, the opposite is also true. Dark midnight blue walls recede the

walls, as does black, brown or dark gray. Rooms painted in reds and yellows tones feel warmer, and are best used in rooms that do not get a lot of light. Cool colors such as blues and greens are ideally used in rooms that have a lot of natural light. Greens are easiest on eyes. Pink, rose and peach are thought to be

best for complexions. Of course, as seen in our first example, rules are meant to be broken. Joseph Pubillones is the owner of Joseph Pubillones Interiors, an award-winning interior design firm based in Palm Beach, Fla. His website is www.josephpubillones.com. COPYRIGHT 2017 CREATORS.COM


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newly listed directory

Saturday, Sept. 16 & Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017 ADDRESS

BR’s BA’s

DESCRIPTION

PRICE

LISTER

REALTOR

PHONE

2635 S Palmetto St

2

1

Bungalow in convenient location; eat-in kitchen, new roof & gutters. Search MLS #719195 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$85,000

Christine Zellmer-Zant

United Real Estate Solutions

712-253-4694

1627 S Helen St

3

1

Ranch w/ all new kitchen, bath, flooring, roof, siding, windows & doors. Search MLS #719192 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$102,000

Kuen Yeh

United Real Estate Solutions

712-301-5280

5430 Lorraine Ave

4

3.5

Walk-out ranch w/ spacious living areas, 3 season porch & master bath. Search MLS #719182 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$259,950

Jeff Nelson

United Real Estate Solutions

712-490-4130

25 Union Ct, McCook Lake

3

2

Cute ranch home w/ lots of updates throughout & insulated 2 car garage. Search MLS #719176 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$179,950

Mark Vos

United Real Estate Solutions

712-253-1449

2321 S Magnolia St

3

1.5

1½ story w/ finished walk-out basement & spacious second floor bedroom. Search MLS #719202 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$114,000

Mike Wojcik

United Real Estate Solutions

712-251-1798

2321 S. Olive St

3

1

Ranch in great area w/ fenced yard; lower level family room w/ dry bar. Search MLS #719209 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$120,000

Tonya Vakulskas

United Real Estate Solutions

712-899-6328

2524 S Cleveland St

3

1

Ranch w/ 2 car garage; new flooring, countertops, cabinets & plumbing. Search MLS #719216 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$125,000

Dave Pepin

United Real Estate Solutions

712-635-5945

1409 North View Terrace

3

1.75

Three plus bedroom ranch home with walkout basement, vinyl windows and siding, updated flooring.

$125,000

Jessica Kern

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-490-4814

1113 Oak St

4

1

Property details and photos can be found at c21prolink.com

$54,600

Nancy Sweeney

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-251-7088

3419 Deer Run Trail, Anthon

3

1

Property details and photos can be found at c21prolink.com

$95,000

Brooke Olmstead

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-899-8083

1315-17 W 4th St

4

1.75

Property details and photos can be found at c21prolink.com

$119,000

Terri Bobian

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-899-5203

1103 Council Oak Dr, Unit C

2

2.5

Lovely bath condo with many updates, 3 season room, hurry on this one.

$139,500

Marge Delzell

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-259-0790

509 Kingston Cir

3

2

Property details and photos can be found at c21prolink.com

$363,600

Kyle Kelly

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-223-3671 712-259-1189

2538 S Cornelia St

2

2

Property details and photos can be found at c21prolink.com

$79,950

Michele Ivener

CENTURY 21 ProLink

2714 Leech Ave

3

2

Two dwellings - $975 total rents - new furnace, windows, appliances.

$59,000

Jesse Derrick

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-899-6813

2620 S St Aubin

3

2

Property details and photos can be found at c21prolink.com

$139,900

Tammy Griese

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-251-3945

3201 Dearborn Blvd.

3

1

Charming 2 Story with original hardwoods & 1 car attached garage!

$145,000

Tiffany Pech-Williams

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-898-3638

1416 Ingleside Ave

3

2.5

Property details and photos can be found at c21prolink.com

$15,900

Brad Bergstrom

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-490-1388

3700 Stone Ave

3

2

Bungalow in M’Side. Whirlpool tub and 1.5 stall garage!

$98,500

Kevin Archer

Keller Williams Siouxland

712-259-6237


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Open Sunday 12:00-1:00 1100 Meadow View Ln. $162,900 2 bed 2 bath 2 stall garage.

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1930 Missouri View Ln. $199,000 3 bed 2 bath 2 stall. 423 Winfield Circle $259,950 4 bed, 3 bath, 2 stall.

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6730 Prairie View Ct. $399,950 5 beds 3 bath 3 stall.

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1113 9th Ave. $61,000 3 bed, 1.5 bath, 1 stall.

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310 Willow Bend,

Sgt Bluff $353,000 4 bed, 3 bath, 3 stall.

Check out this 2+ bedroom, 1 3/4 bath ranch home located near Briar Cliff! Features newer 2 stall garage, large fenced-in backyard with landscaping, enclosed porch, concrete patio, and many updates including new roof, doors, windows, central air and furnace.

$180,000

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Pat Curry 712-389-1452

Licensed in Iowa, Nebraska & South Dakota Each office is independently owned and operated.

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rock spits from your lawn mower, hurtling toward the side of your house. Someone overthrows a baseball during a game of catch, striking your home. No matter how it hapJOHN pened, you now have a NALLEY nasty crack in your vinyl siding to fix. Now what? The good news is you have a quick and easy vinyl siding repair option when such mishaps occur. You can likely at least patch the damage and protect your home until a siding pro comes out to replace the panel.

strong weatherproof seal and giving you time to schedule a permanent siding replacement with a pro. Be sure to clean the surface with a damp cloth and dry it thoroughly before applying the tape. Follow the instructions on the package and be careful when applying, as the adhesive is strong. Other clear strong-adhesive tapes may also do the trick, but be sure the tape is designed to stick to vinyl before buying it.

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NEW LISTING 3700 Stone Ave

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NEW PRICE 3612 Alpine Ave

Super clean 3 bed, 2 bath bungalow in Mside. Much larger than it looks! Must see 3-4BR, 2BA Absolutely spotless 3 bed, 3 bath, split foyer with Good sized kitchen, all appliances, whirlpool tub, ranch! Fully finished lower level, new roof to be 1500 sq ft on main floor! Must see! 3/4 bath in basement & a 1.5 stall garage! installed, newer windows and great landscaping! $225,000

$98,500

$162,500

HUGE PRICE REDUCTION!

6540 Palm Valley

2312 Nebraska Street, Sioux City

TAX ABATEMENT! Check out this gorgeous New Construction ranch home is Whispering Creek! This home features many custom upgrades and design cues that are evident from the striking curb $249,950 appeal and continue thru every inch of the home!

Absolutely amazing piece of Sioux City History! 4BR, 3BA with over 4300 finished sq. feet. 2 stall garage off the alley with new roof on home and cottage! Plus $1300 of rental income!

$469,800

35 Heritage Place, Sioux City Rare, close-in acreage! Must see 4-5 bedroom, 3 bath ranch on 1.76 acres adjacent to Whispering Creek. Great floor plan. Large kitchen, fully finished basement. Low county taxes and $315,000 new septic system!

FLIP THIS HOUSE!

How can you prevent siding cracks and holes?

Why should siding be fixed ASAP?

Vinyl siding is susceptible to holes and cracks because there’s a small but hollow Siding acts a first layer of defense against the elements, so leaving any hole space between the siding and the home’s or crack open exposes your home’s enve- wall sheathing. The solution: Next time you get a siding lope to water, wind and pests, according to Amy Grishman of Coastal Windows & installation or repair, ask your pro about Exteriors in Beverly, Mass. Water trapped contoured progressive foam insulation, beneath the siding panels can also lead to which conforms to the style of the panels and supports your vinyl siding. mold or rot over time. Essentially, you get a double bonus of Also, a crack or hole in the siding could better insulation and increased impact expand if left unchecked, turning what started out as a minor issue into a bigger resistance since the insulation helps to absorb the blow. “So when you and junior problem down the road. are outside playing baseball,” Grishman says, “all you have to worry about is What’s the best way to patch breaking windows, not siding.” cracked vinyl siding? Grishman recommends using a TearAid “Type B” vinyl repair patch kit, which can be found at hardware and sporting goods stores for about $10. This ultra-adhesive clear tape, designed specifically for vinyl products, will quickly bind to the siding, creating a

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1609 250th, Salix

2815 10th St.

Being sold as-is. Great flip home or rental. 3 bed, GREAT ACREAGE! Come and see this 5 bedroom, 3 bath multi-level home on a level 3 acre lot, on 1 bath, extra large garage, newer furnace. $59,950 pavement, just South of Sergeant Bluff. This home has a lot to offer with a large addition that features a large master suite with 2 closets.

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3001 Valley Drive, Sioux City

Check out this stately 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath all brick home in the Grandview Park area! The home features a 3 year old roof, newer kitchen cabinets, granite counters, slate floors in the kitchen, hardwoods in living and dining, powder bath off the kitchen and a large lining room addition off the back of the home. The bedrooms are large and the master includes and master bath with large closets and dressing $239,950 area.The baths are all updated and the basement is fully finished! $194,950

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NEW PRICE 528 Harris, Sioux City

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2234 Gibson St.

2350 I Avenue, Hubbard NE

WOW! This home is like new in all respects! Check out this 4-5 bedroom, 3 bath ranch in a WOW! Super clean and fully updated secluded westside neighborhood!This owner has remodeled the home including windows,siding, 3-4 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 1/2 story home in a roof,gutters,interiorpaint,trimandfloorcoverings.3newbathrooms,fullyfinishedwalkoutlower convenient m’ side neighborhood, Must See $155,000 level that also features a stone fireplace and an LED lit bar! Outside there are 4 garage stalls, a large fenced yard, separate concrete driveway to the back garage and a large deck. The larger detached garage is insulated, heated and finished to a high quality. Hurry this one will go fast!

$229,950

Kevin Archer, Broker

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ONLY 2 MILES FROM HOMER HIGH SCHOOL! Only 20 minutes from downtown Sioux City! Come see this amazing custom-designed, one-owner family home! The Kitchen and Dining area will grab you the minute you walk in! It also features large master suite, 6.5 acres and a 30x60 out building.

$429,950

103 Virginia, Ste 100, Sioux City, IA 51101 712-226-1900 (C): 712-259-6237 KevinArcher@KW.com

Licensed in Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska. Each office independently owned and operated. www.kwsiouxland.com


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ASK EDITH

Older homes come with minor surprises

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ear Edith: Though my problems were not as major as your recent letter writers’, I had a few strange experiences with my house. Months after EDITH LANK purchase, I finally got around to figuring out why the light over the sink would not operate, even with a new bulb. I unscrewed the fixture from the ceiling only to find out that it was simply a fixture screwed into the ceiling. There were no wires to be connected. The previous owner probably just put it there to make it look as if there were a light. Also, a door does not latch. When I want it to be shut from the outside, I run a string from the doorknob to the bathroom closet. And the bathroom fan doesn’t work at all, but I don’t

need it. — J. Answer: A carpenter could fix that door, and an electrician would solve the other problems. Buyers of an older house can pretty much expect minor surprises. Yours wouldn’t have been important enough to go to court over. They’re probably about par for the course in a lived-in house. I think of this every time the pilot light doesn’t work in the front right burner of my gas stove. All you have to do is turn on the back burner, and the front one will catch. But will my kids someday alert potential buyers of this house about it? Would the buyers’ home inspector note it? I end up remembering that the stove isn’t really part of the real estate anyhow — it’s legally treated as a fixture. I’m sure there are other small accommodations I make in this house

without even noticing them. That’s probably unavoidable when the place has been lived in. And, as I said, it’s not important enough to go to court over.

Lawyer at Closing

Ms. Lank: We are going to sell our house, and we are told that we need to use a lawyer. We have never heard of that. We have sold houses in California and never used a lawyer. Is it really necessary? — K. H. Answer: Yes, in New York (also in much of New Jersey and some other areas), even simple real estate transfers are usually handled by attorneys. This is not a legal requirement; it’s just regional custom. If it were the other way around — if you were from New York and buying a house in California — you might not even know what

people are talking about when they say, “We hope to go to escrow Monday morning.” Local customs vary widely, but the cost of a closing ends up pretty much the same. I have been told that in parts of New England, closings are conducted by real estate brokers. The process is often referred to as “passing papers” — “We hope to pass papers on our new house Monday morning!” In other areas, closings may be handled by escrow services or lending institutions. They may take place at the county courthouse, a bank, an attorney’s office or some other location. Sometimes everyone sits around a big table; in other places, buyer and seller don’t even meet. No matter who handles the proceedings, the same legal steps will take place and your expenses

Meet Our realtOr ® Of the Week:

will be about the same. Your main responsibility will be to prove title, to show that you are selling clear and trouble-free ownership. You’ll sign a new deed, transferring title to the buyers. It will be drawn up ahead of time so that it can be examined and approved. Sums you and the buyers owe each other (prepaid or past-due property taxes, for example) will be properly credited. If your buyers are using a mortgage loan, the lenders’ representative may participate as well. That’s because those buyers won’t get the loan unless they pledge the property as security, but they can’t do that until they own it, but they won’t own it until they pay for it, but they need the mortgage money to buy. It all has to happen at the same time. Please see LANK, Page H18

kaMerOn POPe

A Realtor for 5 years with Century 21 Prolink! Where are you from? Sioux City Why did you choose to be a Realtor? I like helping people. Being a Realtor allows me to continue providing great service and allows me to control my own schedule. What is your favorite house style/feature? Contemporary

KAmeRon PoPe 712-301-8563

What is your hidden talent? I’m a pretty good dancer. What accomplishment are you most proud of? Making the Masters Ruby Award for production through CENTURY 21 for 2015-2016. What is the most played song on your iPod? Michael Jackson’s “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’”. Android or iPhone? iPhone What’s your favorite meal? Pork Chops Who would play you in a movie? Orlando Jones

When you’re not at the office, where can people find you? The golf course. If you could have a superpower, what would it be? Predicting the future. What was your first car? A burgundy Oldsmobile Delta 88. What was the best concert/ show/entertainment you’ve ever been to? Justin Timberlake 2020 Experience, Las Vegas. Who is your favorite movie character? James Bond

If you could have dinner with any two people, dead or alive, who would they be? 1) Barack Obama 2) Michael Jackson If you could only take 3 items to a desert island, what would they be? 1) My phone 2) Food 3) Sunglasses


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CENTURY 21 ProLink welcomes Lyse Yanke

HOBBIES

‌CENTURY 21 ProLink is thrilled to announce Lyse Yanke has joined the firm as a sales associate. She will represent both buyers and sellers of properties in the Siouxland area. “As a sales and marketing veteran, Lyse understands the needs of her clients and the importance of developing strong customer relationships,” said Lisa Wagner, broker/owner of CENTURY 21 ProLink. “She demonstrates an exceptional level of service and passion in all that she does. We are excited to have her on our team.”

“CENTURY 21 ProLink is a leader in the real estate industry with impeccable reputation and credibility,” Yanke said. “They have the tools, services and the support to help me achieve my goals. I am excited to join the team.” CENTURY 21 ProLink is a progressive, technology-driven real estate brokerage focused on helping our agents connect with their buyers and sellers. It is a team of hardworking, ethical, and successful agents that will work hard to get you RESULTS!

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together in a decorative up any occasion. Loop bowl for the perfect table centerpiece. them together into a garland, mobile, or even cluster them Please see HOBBIES, Page H18

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214 Delmar Near new twin home built in 2016. Hard surface floors throughout main, dining, kitchen with ss gas range and appliances, undermount sink, walk-in pantry and open great room. Cedar deck off dining area to relax and enjoy tree lined view. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, plush carpets upstairs with tiled laundry and baths. Master with private bath & walk-in closet. Lower level with family room, bedroom and private bath. This home is move in ready, quick possession and sits on large lot.

$268,700

934 Spyglass Court

One of the last estate sized lots at Dakota Dunes with Missouri River view. Build your new home on 1.05 acres located on the quiet Spyglass Court cul-de-sac. Added value is the wonderful view of #17 hole of Dakota Dunes Country Club. Must see to appreciate.

$335,000

SOLD

612 Bluestem Trail NEW 1978 sq ft ranch with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, & 3 stall garage. Wood floors throughout main, carpet in bedrooms, tile bath with master walk in shower. Fabulous open eat-in kitchen with tile back splash, and relaxing covered deck to enjoy an easterly view of The Meadows Park. Amazing back entry w/ drop center and ample storage. Convenient main floor laundry w/ direct access to master closet. Amenities galore, and time left for you to choose colors, carpet and some light fixtures.

572 Oxbow Trail

Wonderfully maintained and upgraded Timberlake ranch. NEW shingles & gutters 7/17. 1673 sq. ft. main floor boasts fireplace, hardwood floors, granite kitchen, laundry & drop zone, 3 bdrms, 2 baths and all updated. Lower level professionally finished in 2014! Space to entertain, kids to play and guests to relax. Laundry on both floors, so convenient and practical. All this plus a corner lot, manicured, concrete edged, sprinkled and landscaped yard, with patio and deck.

$396,750 335 Sioux Point Road, dakota duneS, Sd 605.232.4390 oR 888.540.5590 www.dakotaduneS.com


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Underwater Inheritance Dear Edith: Regarding G. and M.S., I am not a

lawyer, and you are right that one should be consulted for advice. While an heir could disclaim their entire inheritance, your reply might suggest one could disclaim only an underwater home (where the mortgage debt is more than the place is worth) while inheriting other valuable estate property at the lender’s expense. It may not be so simple. At least in recourse states, if the

mortgage is not assumed or settled, the lender may foreclose and then liquidate the estate to satisfy the deficiency. — N.K. Answer: Thanks for the reminder. I’m glad to remember I advised those readers to work with their own attorney. Contact Edith Lank at www. askedith.com, at edithlank@ aol.com or at 240 Hemingway Drive, Rochester NY 14620.

NEW LISTING neath the line to catch any dripping. 2. Blow up your balloons. Try different sizes or make them uniform. We recommend not From H17 blowing them up all way so you can make the orbs more spherical. Gather: „„ ½ cup cornstarch „„ Nonstick spray 3. Hang balloons with clothes pins on the line. „„ ¼ cup warm water „„ Balloons 4. Next, spray the balloons lightly and evenly „„ One bottle of „„ Clothes pins with nonstick spray. school glue 5. In a mixing bowl mix 1/2 cup cornstarch „„ Scissors with 1/4 cup of warm water until combined. Directions: 6. Add one bottle of school glue to the corn1. Set up your drying area: A clothesline or tying a string between two chairs will do the starch mixture and mix until combined. trick. Make sure to place newspaper under7. Dip yarn into glue mixture and squeeze out excess with fingers 8. Start wrapping at the knot end of your balloon and wrap in all directions until you are satisfied with the density of yarn. Then cut the yarn. 9. Wait 24 hours for the glue to dry. It should be brittle by this time. REALTY, LLC 10. After it is dry, push and knead the balloon to separate it from the yarn. 214 Delmar, opEN SuNDay 1:00-2:00 North Sioux City 11. Pop the balloon, then carefully remove it. $268,700 12. String on twine to make a garland or make Near New!! Custom finished, a decorative mobile. The options are endless! Wegher built twin home,

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33106 W. Loop Rd.

MLS#718573

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905 Rockwood, Sgt. Bluff

1920 Hanford

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$199,950

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117 Gilman Terrace

MLS#716430

MLS#717420

$79,000

MULTI-UNIT

412 Glen Eagle Ct., Dak. Dunes • $299,999 Beautiful, secluded one owner, 2 story family home, well maintained and updated. 4+ bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and versatile living space. Covered front porch welcomes you home!

$79,500

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116-118 Rustin

MLS#718288

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$54,900

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$350,000

MLS#717431

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612 Bluestem Trail, Dakota Dunes • $396,750 Wegher quality built Kensington1978 sq ft ranch. 3 BR, 2 BA, & 3 stall garage. Wood floors throughout main, carpet in bedrooms, tile bath with master walk in tile shower. 880 Crooked Tree lane $292,000

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NEW PRICE

83,000

$ 1714 W 15th Street Very comfortable west side home featuring modern updates and original charm. New kitchen, newer furnace, central air, updated main bath with gorgeous tile shower, and original hardwood floors in majority of the main floor living space. Overall, a move-in ready home with several modern updates at an attractive price point.

Dennis Johnson 712-898-9706 Licensed in IA, NE, and SD

712-259-4074 Dakota Dunes Realty, LLC www.dakotadunes.com Licensed in SD, IA

Each office is independently owned and operated.


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dakota duneS, WynStone & Surrounding area, Sd Century 21 proLink

12:00-1:00 614 La Quinta, Dak. Dunes ................................... $479,900 Derrick Wiebe 605-480-3509

Surrounding area, ia Century 21 proLink

12:00-1:00 323 Barre St, Kingsley............................................. $69,900 Bob Davis 712-266-6569 12:00-1:00 324 Barre St, Kingsley............................................ $59,500 Bob Davis 712-266-6569 12:00-1:00 22147 C80 ......................................................... $275,000 Barb Maxon 712-253-3647

WeStSide

Century 21 proLink

1:30-2:30 4101 Saxony Circle ................................................ $240,000 Barb Maxon 712-253-3647

Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017 north Side

CoLdWeLL Banker premier reaLty group

12:30-2:00 2709 Jackson ...................................................... $199,950 Kathy Miller 712-259-1225

keLLer WiLLiamS SiouxLand

12:00-1:00 25 Quail Ct ......................................................... $465,000 Amy Kakacek 712-333-1111 3:00-4:00 3615 Jones ............................................................ $157,000 Amy Kakacek 712-333-1111

united reaL eState SoLutionS

12:00-1:00 3106 Stone Park Blvd ........................................... $139,950 Chuck Burnett 712-251-0829 12:30 - 1:30 1324 Winona Ct ................................................ $175,000 Paula Brown 712-223-1016 12:45 - 1:45 3308 Jones St..................................................... $109,500 Chuck Burnett 712-251-0829 1:30 - 2:30 2501 W Solway St................................................ $259,950 Lee Quade 712-898-1606 2:00 - 3:00 111 23rd St........................................................... $90,000 Kathy Kelly 712-898-7011 2:00 - 3:00 2827 Valley Dr ..................................................... $160,000 Teresa Weaver 712-204-6886 2:00 - 3:00 201 W 24th St...................................................... $189,950 Chuck Burnett 712-251-0829 3:00 - 4:00 4 W 37th St Pl ...................................................... $291,500 Joe Krage 712-251-4030 4:00 - 5:00 2728 Prospect St.................................................... $53,900 Mick Morgan 712-389-4861

Century 21 proLink

12:00-1:00 Dearborn Blvd ...................................................... $145,000 Tiffany Pech-Williams 712-898-3638 12:30-1:30 3020 McDonald ................................................... $133,500 Brooke Olmstead 712-899-8083 1:00-2:00 204 36th St ............................................................ $142,900 Shirley Patrick 712-490-2371 2:30-3:30 3534 Strawberry Lane ............................................ $259,500 Shirley Patrick 712-490-2371 1:00-2:00 410 Victoria Ct ....................................................... $135,900 Kameron Pope 712-301-8563 1:00-2:00 3814 Jackson St ..................................................... $138,500 Nancy Sweeney 712-251-088 1:30-2:30 3818 Cheyenne ...................................................... $272,000 Tiffany Pech-Williams 712-898-3638 2:30-3:30 3741 Lindenwood................................................... $299,900 Kameron Pope 712-301-8563 2:30-4:00 2611 Jackson St ..................................................... $289,500 Lisa Sissel 712-253-6313 3:00-4:00 4534 Perry Way..................................................... $275,000 Tiffany Pech-Williams 712-898-3638 3:00-4:00 3607 Jackson St ..................................................... $144,900 Jessica Kern 712-490-4814

WeSt Side

keLLer WiLLiamS SiouxLand

1:30-2:30 2919 Rebecca ....................................................... $119,900

Saturday, Sept. 16 & Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017 Amy Kakacek 712-333-1111 2:00-3:00 2209 Allan St ........................................................ $162,500 Kevin Archer 712-259-6237

South Sioux City & Surrounding area, ne keLLer WiLLiamS SiouxLand

1:00-2:00 622 8th Ave, S Sioux City ........................................ $79,900 Mark Hanna 712-259-9029 3:00-4:00 222 Esther St, Ponca .............................................. $269,950 Tim Johnston 712-253-6287

united reaL eState SoLutionS

1:00 - 2:00 705 5th Ave, S Sioux City ....................................... $99,950 Judy Clayton 712-251-6271 2:30 - 3:30 218 E 20th St, S Sioux City...................................... $95,000 Judy Clayton 712-251-6271 3:00 - 4:00 317 Kerri Ln, S Sioux City ..................................... $379,000 Barb Kimmel 712-251-4053

Century 21 proLink

1:30-2:30 824 E 31st St.......................................................... $250,000 Jessica Kern 712-490-4814

morningSide

keLLer WiLLiamS SiouxLand

12:00-1:00 4343 Old Lakeport Rd .......................................... $389,950 Tim Johnston 712-253-6287 12:00-1:00 1100 Meadow View Lane ..................................... $162,900 Kristie Drent 712-899-1389 12:30-1:30 3700 Stone Ave .................................................... $98,500 Kevin Archer 712-259-6237

united reaL eState SoLutionS

12:00 - 1:00 2524 S Cleveland St ........................................... $125,000 Mick Morgan 712-389-4861 12:00 - 1:00 2519 S Newton St .............................................. $187,000 Sheryl Ford 712-212-4576 12:00 - 1:00 6117 Morningside Ave........................................ $287,450 Kathy Kelly 712-898-7011 12:00 - 1:00 2918 S Lyons St .................................................. $295,000 Lee Quade 712-898-1606 12:30 - 1:30 2321 S Olive St .................................................. $120,000 Rick Arnold 712-251-8877 12:30 - 1:30 3600 5th Ave ..................................................... $137,500 Teresa Weaver 712-204-6886 1:00 - 3:00 2916 S Lyons St .................................................... $299,500 Mike Borschuk 712-253-4101 1:15 - 2:15 3809 3rd Ave....................................................... $165,000 Mick Morgan 712-389-4861 1:30 - 2:30 5430 Lorraine Ave................................................ $259,950 Sheryl Ford 712-212-4576 2:00 - 3:00 2712 Dodge Ave .................................................. $124,950 Rick Arnold 712-251-8877 2:00 - 3:00 3912 5th Ave ....................................................... $132,900 Aaron Hinds 712-389-2853 3:00 - 4:00 3716 Glenn Ave ................................................... $138,000 Jeff Nelson 712-490-4130

Century 21 proLink

12:00-1:00 3308 7th Ave ....................................................... $147,500 Chad Gritzmaker 712-898-0432 1:00-2:00 4512 Deer Shadow Trail.......................................... $300,000 Eric Banks 712-898-8605 1:30-2:30 3111 Orleans Ave .................................................. $134,500 Chad Gritzmaker 712-898-0432

WhiSpering Creek

keLLer WiLLiamS SiouxLand

1:15-2:15 6551 Kingsbarn Ct ................................................ $524,500 Tim Johnston 712-253-6287

united reaL eState SoLutionS

12:00 - 1:00 6734 Kokopelli Pl .............................................. $399,995 Adam Stokes 712-204-1414 12:30 - 1:30 6726 Celtic Manor ............................................. $399,950 Thomas Marx 712-522-9030 1:00 - 2:00 6727 Timberline Cir .............................................. $259,900 Greg Gregerson 712-253-2792 2:30 - 3:30 6701 Kingswood Ct ............................................. $449,000 Mick Morgan 712-389-4861 3:30 - 4:30 6807 Coyote Run ................................................. $389,950 Rick Arnold 712-251-8877

Century 21 proLink

12:00-1:00 6430 Golf View ................................................... $435,000 Barb Maxon 712-253-3647 12:00-1:00 6343 Tiger Drive................................................... $354,950 Kyle Kelly 712-223-3671 12:00-1:00 6340 Tiger Drive................................................... $397,900 Kyle Kelly 712-223-3671 12:30-2:00 6737 Kingswood Ct ............................................. $385,000 Kelsey Howard 712-898-4606 1:00-3:00 6531 Palm Valley.................................................... $349,900 Kyle Kelly 712-223-3671 1:30-2:30 6716 Kingswood .................................................... $390,000 Barb Maxon 712-253-3647 1:30-2:30 6741 Prairie View................................................... $409,900 Kyle Kelly 712-223-3671 1:30-2:30 6751 Prairie View................................................... $381,900 Kyle Kelly 712-223-3671 2:30-4:00 2901 Glen Ellen...................................................... $350,000 Kelsey Howard 712-898-4606 3:00-4:00 6530 Palm Valley.................................................... $594,800 Barb Maxon 712-253-3647

dakota duneS, WynStone & Surrounding area, Sd united reaL eState SoLutionS

1:00 - 2:00 140 Green Ct, Elk Point ........................................ $292,000 Peggy Christensen 712-251-2308 1:00 - 2:00 942 Wynstone Dr, Jefferson .................................. $445,000 Cyndi Unger 712-251-4562 2:30 - 3:30 565 Prairie Blvd, Dak. Dunes ................................. $259,900 Cyndi Unger 712-251-4562 Century 21 proLink 2:00-3:00 503 Willowbrook Ct, Jefferson................................. $394,000 Brooke Olmstead 712-899-8083 2:30-3:30 421 Iverness Trail.................................................... $362,900 Eric Banks 712-898-8605

dakota duneS reaLty, LLC

1:00-2:00 214 Delmar, N Sioux City........................................ $268,700 Pam Mahler 712-259-4074

Surrounding area, ia

united reaL eState SoLutionS

1:00 - 2:00 900 15th St, Onawa ............................................. $245,000 Hank Baker 712-490-6621 1:30 - 2:30 17503 310th St .................................................... $339,000 Barb Kimmel 712-251-4053 2:00 - 3:00 1414 Jasper St, Onawa ....................................... $129,900 Hank Baker 712-490-6621 2:30 - 3:30 1248 Benton Ave .................................................. $184,900 Greg Gregerson 712-253-2792 3:00 - 4:00 315 15th St, Onawa ............................................. $105,000 Hank Baker 712-490-6621 3:30 - 4:30 22622 Grenoble Ave ........................................... $529,000 Chuck Burnett 712-251-0829

Century 21 proLink

12:00-1:00 222 Rutland St, Kingsley......................................... $84,900 Bob Davis 712-266-6569 12:00-1:00 33035 481St Ave, Jefferson ................................ $174,900 Aaron Bircher 712-212-7553 12:30-2:00 Baker Prairie Bluff Condos, Sgt Bluff ....... $235,000-$260,000 Sue & Lisa 712-251-1570 1:00-2:00 317 West Creek Drive, Lawton................................ $255,000 Doug Patrick 712-490-8605 1:00-2:00 319 West Creek Drive, Lawton................................ $250,000 Doug Patrick 712-490-8605 2:00-3:00 209 E Third St, Kingsley ......................................... $138,900 Bob Davis 712-266-6569 3:00-4:00 526 Kingston Circle, Sgt Bluff .................................. $356,900 Kyle Kelly 712-223-3671

eaSt Side

united reaL eState SoLutionS

12:00 - 1:00 217 Paxton St..................................................... $142,500 Christine Zellmer-Zant 712-253-4694 3:00 - 4:00 3507 14th St ........................................................ $159,950 Sheryl Ford 712-212-4576

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