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Add some Wasabi in the garden


Lime green is one of the hottest colors in the garden, and the Wasabi coleus provides it like few others. The Wasabi grows quite well in the South and has the effect of making all the other garden colors look more vibrant. See the story, Page 5.

Inspector may be needed to find source of roof leak Or hire another roofer to check

By Alan J. Heavens The Philadelphia Inquirer

Question: I have a roof leak in the front bedroom corner of my house. The house has a flat roof and all seams and skylights were resealed, says my

Shane Lambert, CIP, CAPS 2013 TBA President

roofer. However, the roof still shows signs of leakage, albeit not all the time. (The bedroom ceiling is open so we can see where the leak is.) Last Saturday, the wood was completely dry; Sunday showed signs of wetness, as well as Monday. Have you any ideas as to what can be done or can you recommend some-

one? The roofer stated that he would try running the water hose on the roof, however, we had enough rain, so he can’t seem to get a good day for it. –Desperately seeking dryness Answer: You may think what you see is the source of the leak, but because water always flows to its lowest point, it may

be originating someplace else. If you cannot get up on the roof to check things out yourself, and this problem persists, you have a couple of options. One is to hire another roofer to check the first one’s work. The danger is, of course, that the second roofer might pan the first

Weekly Report to Housing Consumers From the Tallahassee Builders Association

201 East Park Avenue, Tallahassee, FL 32301 | (850) 385-1414 |

When Hiring a Remodeler, It Helps to Speak the Language Each year, hundreds of Tallahasseearea homeowners make the decision to remodel their residence. In many cases, those remodeling jobs are handled by the professional remodelers in the Tallahassee Builders Association (TBA), who continually sharpen their skills through the education and networking offered by TBA’s Remodelers Council. Whether it’s a small cosmetic remodel such as replacing bathroom fixtures, or a major down-to-the-wall-studs overhaul of your kitchen or adding new space to your home, understanding the terminology your professional remodeler is using can be very helpful to ensure you get the finished project you want. As you interview potential contractors, this glossary of common terms used by builders and remodelers will help you understand the language of your remodeling project – help you avoid miscommunication with your contractor. Allowance: A specific dollar amount allocated by a contractor for specified items in a contract for which the brand, model number, color, size or other details are not yet known. Bid: A proposal to work for a certain amount of money, based on plans and specifications for the project. Building Permit: A document issued by a governing authority, such as a city or county building department, granting permission to undertake a construction project. Call-back: An informal term for a return visit by the contractor to repair or replace items the home owner has found to be

unsatisfactory or that require service under the warranty. Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS): CAPS professionals have learned strategies and techniques to meet the home modification needs of home owners who want to continue living in their homes safely, independently and comfortably regardless of age or ability level. CAPS graduates pledge to uphold a code of ethics and are required to maintain their designation by attending education programs and participating in community service. Change Order: This is written authorization to the contractor to make a change or addition to the work described in the original contract. The change order should reflect any changes in cost. Cost-plus Contract: A contract between a contractor and home owner that is based on the accrued cost of labor and materials plus a percentage for profit and overhead – also known as a time-and-materials contract. Draw: A designated payment that is “drawn” from the total project budget to pay for services completed to date. A draw schedule is typically established in the contract. Lien Release: A document that voids the legal right of a contractor, subcontractor or supplier to place a lien against your property. A lien release assures you that the remodeler has paid subcontractors and suppliers in full for labor and materials. Mechanic’s Lien: A lien obtained by an unpaid subcontractor or supplier through the courts. When enforced, real property – such as your home – can be sold to pay the


subcontractor or supplier. If a subcontractor or supplier signed a lien release, then this lien cannot be enforced. Plans and Specifications: These are drawings for the project, and a detailed list or description of the known products, materials, quantities and finishes to be used. Punch List: A list of work items to be completed or corrected by the contractor, typically near or at the end of a project. Subcontractor: A person or company hired directly by the contractor to perform specialized work at the job site – sometimes referred to as a trade contractor. Visit for additional consumer information about remodeling including how to live while you’re remodeling, understanding your remodeling contract and questions to ask when looking for a remodeler. To find a professional remodeler in the Tallahassee area, visit or call 385-1414. Tallahassee City Commissioner Andrew Gillum will be the guest speaker at the Tallahassee Builders Association September 19, 2013 general membership meeting starting at 11:30 am at Killearn Country Club. All TBA members and prospective members are encouraged to attend. Lunch is $15. RSVP to Lori Baird at TD-0000238623

one’s work and suggest a complete redo, resulting in more money and the possibility that the leak still won’t be fixed. The second is what former colleague Dawn Fallik did when the source of a leak in a third-floor front wall of her rowhouse eluded everyone, and the cost of repairs and diagnostics reached $5,000 — but to no avail. A mason suggested an inspector who uses infrared and moisture sensors to pinpoint sources of such leaks — in Fallik’s case, a bad pointing job. The homeowner uses the information to hire a contractor to make repairs. Smelly dishwasher sources This suggestion from reader Joe Lucie: “Everybody knows how the dishwasher works, but no one reads the manual when there is a problem,” he says. “I have never had problems with any smells; maybe it’s because we rinse off the dishes before putting them in the washer. “Stress to your readers how important it is to keep the manual and read it.” Contrary opinions are welcome. Q: Is it legally OK to keep a snake in a cage in a rental property in Chicago? I have a tenant who wants to keep a corn snake. I am afraid that if it gets loose, it will damage property, or even bite little kids. I made it clear in a lease that if there’s any danger, or if something happens, then it is the tenant’s full responsibility. The tenant argues that she has a kid, and she knows her full responsibility. What is your suggestion? A: While the Chicago Herpetological Society website notes that one Illinois municipality pro-

hibits keeping snakes in residential properties, I can find no reference to any law in Chicago or Cook County, Ill., that says your tenant cannot keep one. My kinfolk in Connecticut have a pet snake (feeds on frozen mice), and two years ago on St. Francis Day, one of the choirboys brought a snake to church, wrapped around his neck until the blessing was given. Pythons and boas are banned in a lot of places because they are dangerous, but this one isn’t, I’m told. Corn snakes, according to a number of Internet sites that appear reliable, tend to be docile, don’t bite, and don’t get too long. I imagine if it ever got loose in your building, your other tenants might be a bit spooked. If you have spelled out liability and responsibility in the lease, that should be it. Perhaps you should have asked for a bigger damage deposit.

Email questions to Alan J. Heavens at or write him at The Philadelphia Inquirer, Box 8263, Philadelphia, PA 19101. The volume of mail received prohibits individual replies.

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Don’t throw it out; use it in the garden Reusing old items can add whimsy

By Sarah Wolfe Associated Press

Looking for a cheaper way to fertilize flowers or keep pests at bay? A better tool for planting tiny seeds? The answers may lie in your home, where common household items such as coffee grounds or old pie tins can become easy, eco-friendly tools to give your garden a boost without breaking the bank. Turn old boots or shoes into planters, or reuse packing peanuts by laying

them at the bottom of large flower pots to aid in drainage and make for lighter lifting, suggests Stacy Tornio, editor of Birds & Blooms magazine. “You can take anything you have and upcycle it,” she says. Some simple, easy ways to repurpose household items for a bargain backyard:

to old teapots and even bathroom sinks. “They contribute a

Creative containers It’s easy to spend a fortune on pots and vases. But one easy way to start “upcycling” in the garden is by planting herbs, flowers and houseplants in everything from worn boots

A bottle tree makes a great accent in the garden. AP

touch of whimsy and even a ‘settled’ look to a garden scene,” Tornio says. Cristin Frank, a 38year-old author and gardening blogger from Williamsville, N.Y., uses yogurt cups and other recyclable plastic containers as small pots for her “starter” plants in the spring. Old take-out coffee cups serve as starter watering cans with their smaller, perforated plastic tops. Birdbaths can also be made from household items like an old glass light shade mounted on copper tubing. Justin Cave, an Atlanta-based landscaper and

former host of HGTV’s “Ground Breakers,” recently turned old shipping pallets into a vertical garden by covering the backs and sides with landscape fabric, stuffing them with dirt, and planting succulents and flowers in the slated openings.

Tools of the trade In need of some new garden tools? Save yourself a trip to the hardware store and check your kitchen drawers. Table utensils like spoons, forks and knives are tough and sharp enough to do many gardening jobs without causing damage, according to

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by Harry A. Heist, Attorney at Law Tenants are “skipping” at a record rate. Skipping of course is the common name given to the act of simply walking out on a lease. The lease is signed, the tenants move in, live in the unit for a while, and then for whatever reason, decide to pack up and move. Can you stop them? Of course not. Just like you cannot force a person to pay the rent or prevent them from moving in unauthorized occupants or getting those 5 pit bulls, a tenant who is desirous of leaving will do so. It is that simple. Since the tenant has decided to leave and does, you are now faced with the dilemma of an empty unit and rent owed to you. What can you do? Suppose you are managing a unit for another. The property owner who is often out of state is baffled and cannot understand how this can be. Often we hear them say, “But they have a lease!” or, “Why did we even have a lease? It is worth nothing”. What do you tell this angry and baffled property owner? How do you handle it when it happens to you? This article will examine some of the harsh realities of the tenant “skip” and how you can deal with the problem. Notice I said, “deal with the problem”, not solve the problem. If anyone knows how to solve the problem of the tenant skip, you call me right away! This article will examine the three simple paths you can take when a tenant skips out on you. Sue the Tenant When a tenant skips before the end of the lease term, the tenant will owe rent until the unit is rerented or until the end of the lease, whichever occurs first. This statement assumes that no other document is in place, or the tenant has not signed an early termination addendum which may liquidate the amount owed. What does the tenant owe? You will not know until the unit is re-rented or the lease expiration date. Now the big question: should you sue the tenant? In most cases we will advise you to do a careful cost/benefit and risk analysis when deciding whether to sue the tenant. Before you can even think about suing, you must know where the tenant is, so he can be served with the lawsuit. In many skips, the tenant disappears and cannot be found. If you cannot find him, you cannot sue him. a. Cost: Unless you can find an attorney who will file a lawsuit on a contingency basis where you pay nothing unless or until you win, using an attorney to file a lawsuit is often cost prohibitive. Many landlords are under the impression that the tenant will be responsible for their attorney’s fees and costs, and this is true in most cases, but just because you “win” in court does not mean you will collect a dime. Most attorneys will not take a case like this on a contingency basis. b. Benefit: By suing the tenant you may be able to get a judgment against the tenant, allowing you to lien any real property the tenant owns, and also may be used in attempting to garnish wages, another expensive, cumbersome process full of exemptions. Will you collect your money even if you win? Probably not. People who skip do not care much about getting sued, because if they did, they would not have skipped in the first place. They are usually what we call “judgment proof”. c. Risk: The risk involved in filing a lawsuit against a tenant may come as a real surprise. Why


would there be risk? The tenant owes you money after all. The risk arises when the tenant claims there was a “legitimate reason” why she skipped out. She may claim you failed to maintain the property, felt unsafe, was told she could leave early, you name it. There are a thousand reasons that a tenant who is being sued can come up with to justify why she broke the lease, and the judge in the case might believe the early departure was justified. If the judge finds for the tenant, YOU will have to pay the tenant’s attorney’s fees PLUS your attorney’s fees, if you hired a lawyer to fight the case. If the property owner has a lot of time on his hands and wants to file a small claims case without a lawyer, there is probably nothing wrong in giving it a try, UNLESS an attorney pops into the picture and defends the tenant. If you are managing the property and the owner asks you to do it, just say NO. Property management agents should not be acting as the attorney for the owner. Settle with the Tenant Once you know how much the tenant owes, if you are able to get in touch with the tenant, writing a demand letter or having your lawyer write a demand letter at minimal cost is not a bad idea. A demand letter may open up some dialogue and result in an offer by the tenant to pay all, something or possibly set up a payment plan. Settlement is not a bad word. It is often the smart thing to do. Your attorney can provide you with the proper form to use when settling with the tenant, as everything should be in writing. Forget about the whole thing and move on Your final option is to do nothing. Direct your energies into getting the unit rerented. You can always decide to sue at a later time, and you have up to 5 years to do this. Conclusion: If you are a seasoned property manager or landlord, you probably understand everything you have just read. The problem is your out of state owners who just doesn’t understand how Florida law works, and that Florida is what is known as a “debtor” state. If you are managing property for them, you will often get unreasonable demands about collecting the money. In many states, the creditor has significantly greater rights in pursuing the debtor. Florida is known for its lenient laws as they pertain to collecting money from a debtor. There are head of household exemptions, personal property exemptions and although not unique to Florida, bankruptcy protection. Does this mean that it is impossible to collect a debt? Absolutely not. In many cases people will pay. Most cases? Probably not. The best approach is to have your lawyer take a look at your the situation or send your property owner to the lawyer for a quick look, and have the lawyer give the advice necessary for you or the owner to make an informed decision. Exercise care in what lawyer you may send the owner to as some lawyers may not be completely honest and will choose to take a case AND you or your owner’s money knowing full well that the chances of collection are slim.

Tornio. Use them to separate flats, lift seedlings and tease apart dense root balls. Knives can also make a slim path for tiny seeds to fall into. Tornio says she’s also seen people repurpose utensils as garden markers and borders for flower beds. Even something as innocuous as old nylons can be reused in the backyard to tie up floppy plants or line the bottom of pots so water can get through but dirt cannot. Packing peanuts are also a good drainage medium, and lighten the load when large pots need to be moved around, Tornio says.

Whimsical decor Household items can also add a touch of whimsy to garden decor. Use an old musical instrument like a tuba to build a water fountain, or create a “bottle garden” by placing empty soda bottles over tree branches with your kids, says Sara JenkinsSutton, vice president of Chicago-based garden and floral design firm Topiarius Urban Garden. “When your cheese grater starts to turn rusty, turn it over, hang it on a deck and fill it with flowers, plants or outdoor chalk,” she suggests. Scatter vintage chairs or old farm equipment throughout your garden to add height and depth.

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Wasabi coleus takes garden greenery to another level Electric lime makes it pop By Norman Winter McClatchy-Tribune News Service

Lime green continues to be one of the hottest colors in the garden, and a coleus, Wasabi, provides it like few others. Electric lime has always been my favorite, but I find myself daily pinching out flowers. But Wasabi, with its showy serrated leaves, has not had its first bloom. While lime green or chartreuse is a color that shouts “look at me,” it also somehow makes all other colors look stunning. Foliage plants like Wasabi can also serve as a transition color, tying the garden together when you might otherwise have a clashing of colors. It is like a mediator between rivals, bring tranquility to the garden. I am not the only one raving about Wasabi. In trial grounds, it has garnered a perfect score since the last week in May. As it was getting established in early May, it was scoring better than 3 out of 5. Since then: perfect 5 out of 5. Wasabi is suggested to reach 30 inches in height and 28 inches wide. That may be achievable in the North, but it grows like it’s

on steroids in the South, where it can be allowed to grow larger. It offers you the possibility of growing an incredible lime green hedge. Wasabi is easy-togrow, low-maintenance and almost foolproof when grown in welldrained soil and watered through droughty periods. In Columbus, we have already surpassed our yearly total rainfall including some torrential downpours of 5.7 inches in less than two hours. The Wasabi was just extraordinary through the deluge. Since we grow coleus for its boldly colored foliage, the fact that Wasabi has had no blooms will make every gardener and landscape professional ecstatic. This trait makes it a perfect partner for another coleus from the same company, Redhead. A combination of Redhead, with its large dark red leaves, and the lime green Wasabi might just be all you need to win Yard of the Month in your neighborhood. Our careful bed preparation, with loose welldraining organic matter, allowed us to come through such record precipitation. If you have tight, heavy clay, then work on improving your soil condition, too. Ideally,

at least one-third of the final soil mix should be some type of organic material. To accomplish this, spread 2 to 4 inches of organic matter and about 2 pounds of fertilizer per 100 square feet. My favorite fertilizer for coleus is a 12-6-6. Till this in and you’ll be ready to plant. This pre-plant

door then wait until spring. Just know Wasabi is the finest lime green coleus on the market.

jasmine. I’ve seen terrific combinations with scaevola and pentas as well. You will easily come up with partnerships to fit your style. There are still a lot of warm weeks left over much of the country. A planting of Wasabi coleus would look right at home until frost. If cool temps are already at your

fertilizer followed by light monthly applications will keep the plants growing well until frost. Wasabi coleus is perfect for planting in the tropical-style garden. We have ours winding like a thread of gold or chartreuse among plantings of SunPatiens, bananas, small palms, King Tut papyrus and night blooming

Norman Winter is executive director of the Columbus Botanical Garden in Columbus, Ga. He is the author of “Tough-as-Nails Flowers for the South” and “Captivating Combinations Color and Style in the Garden.”

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6185 Pickwick Rd. - Gorgeous 3BR/2BA home on 2.5 acres in Northshire. Nestled among stately pine trees & oaks at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac with a private country-like setting. This solidly built and well maintained custom home has the most incredible views to the back & front yards. Lg kitchen boasts an updated look with chocolate cabinets, complementing granite counters, back splash, center island vented range & a spacious breakfast nook. Wood burning fireplace. Private decks off the Master suite. $259,900 Call Porter Chandler, Broker 545-8491 Tallahassee Homes Realty, LLC New NW Community: Open Sat & Sun: 12-5 PM

2634 Manassas Way Newer 4 BR/ 2BA home in Bull Run. Great floor plan with gourmet kitchen, bonus room, new carpet and paint. Overlooks a gorgeous wooded green space. Great family neighborhood, close to shopping dining and more. Only $269,900. Available Now!

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4127 Silkbay Court Wonderfully Maintained, hard to come by, 3 Bedroom 2 bath townhouse in desirable Chateau Lafayette neighborhood. Master Bedroom up or down, Laminate Wood floors, recent carpet in bedrooms and tile in kitchen/bathrooms. ROOF REPLACED IN 2011. Fenced back yard with deck. Property is move in ready. $123,900. Directions: Mahan West, right onto Silkbay.

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2978 St. Stevens Drive Unique, timeless contemporary architectural home in Golden Eagle. Owners designed and added personal touches such as custom made front door constructed of stainless steel, granite, and copper. Bringing the outside in with an abundance of windows. Home is constructed of concrete block with a stucco finish. Some counter tops are custom concrete. Designer water fountain at entrance and unique lighting throughout the home. $375,000 Kitty Flynn, 850-980-0517 Keller Williams Town & Country Realty OPEN SUNDAY 2-4

2320 Flint Run- The Sequoia,Meridian Construction's elegant model home in Tippecanoe is now complete. This 1,424 sq.ft. home has 3BR/2BA, breakfast bar, covered rear porch, & features a huge master bath w/ his & her closets and is situated across from the park on a high & dry lot. Come to our Open House at 2320 Flint Run Saturdays and Sundays 12-5pm in Tallahassee's newest NW community, Tippecanoe Hills Subdivision. Kathy Lee, REALTOR®, 508-6003 Neil P. Ryder, GRI, CRS, Broker, 508-6988 Neil Ryder Realty, Inc., OPEN SUNDAY 2-4 POOL HOUSE in N.E.

280 Crooked Creek Lane 4 BR, 3 full BA, 2,033 sq.ft plan on a huge corner lot, inviting front porch, side-entry garage. It is great for the growing family or for someone who has lived in a larger home wanting something smaller but with additional space. It is an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings and open living, dining & kitchen areas. Short drive to Monticello, East. $259,900. Dir: 320-1324 Neil P. Ryder, GRI, CRS, Broker, 508-6988 Kathy Lee, REALTOR®, 508-6003 Neil Ryder Realty, Inc., Piney Z Custom Beauty - OPEN SUNDAY 12-5

3590 Fred George Court - MLS# 237247 This 3 bedroom/2 bath home is a split bedroom plan with a very inviting front porch that resembles a courtyard. The living room has high ceiling, a large fireplace and accesses a large screened porch. The oversized 2-car garage has cabinets for storage and a utility sink. Located on a large corner lot, backs up to a green space & has a privacy fence around. Dir: Fred George to San Luis Church Rd, Left Fred George Ct.

4851 Heritage Park Blvd. - Extremely well kept home in Desirable Piney Z. The spacious foyer opens into a Great Open Family Rm w/Convenient Built-ins & Cozy Gas Fireplace. Enjoy your meals in the updated Eat In Kitchen w/pass through to the Dining Rm. The kitchen opens into the family rm. Large Master BR, Bath & Closet. Enjoy Living in This Great Neighborhood; Wonderful Club House, Huge Pavilion for Parties, Swimming Pool, Fitness Center & Playground for the Children. Also there are walking trails & a pond to enjoy! Hosted by Barb Becker, 850-524-6599 Armor Realty of Tallahassee, Inc. Open House Sunday 2-4

4707 Stoney Trace Great 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath Home in Northeast. With 2790 sq.ft. there’s lots of bedroom and separate office space. Built in 2006, this is a great family home has an open floor plan. Built-in Entertainment Center & nice yard. $359,000.

2344 Hampshire Way $165,900. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Truly beautiful lot on private dead end. Pool home is multi-level with lots of decks & porches around the home to enjoy the view of the pool & trees throughout. Come take a look at yourself! Fresh paint & brand new carpet. Family room w/ wood stove downstairs, 2 car garage.

4893 Lake Park Drive 3 bedrooms plus office, 2 baths with separate living & dining. Open plan with vaulted ceilings. Granite kitchen counters, oak laminate, tile & carpet floors. Central vac, security system, sound system & irrigation system. Custom storage building, fenced back yard with RV parking, 2-car garage. $229,000

1584 Copperfield Circle Turn key, Move in ready! Awesome 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home located in highly sought after Killearn Lakes. Home features NEW roof (2013), new hard wood flooring, Quartz counters, stainless appliances, Newer HVAC, New paint, lush landscaping, privacy fenced yard, new carpet, plus much more! Backs up to a green space. $259,900

2662 Noble Drive Beautiful Tallahassee Real Estate, 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath Custom Colonial home close to both hospitals, Heart Pine solid wood floors, Granite and Solid Cherry Cabinets in the Kitchen, Fireplace, huge walk in closet in the master bedroom, covered porch overlooks sparkling pool with newer liner. $374,900.

3435 Briar Branch Trail - Killearn Lakes New Construction, almost complete 3 bedroom, 2 bath, open floor plan, all engineered wood and tile floors, electric fireplace, 100x165 lot, granite counter tops in kitchen and baths, 8x40 covered back porch, 9 foot ceilings, huge garage, tray ceilings, one with rope lighting, Talquin electric, city sewer... Very motivated seller. 850-508-8208 Capital City Real Estate Group OPEN SUNDAY 2-4

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1913 Mallory Square - Reduced to $192,000 Great location near groceries, drug stores, hospitals & many restaurants. Split bedrm, open plan home, charming 3 bedroom (or 2BR + office), 2 bath. Screened porch off living area and large deck off master bedroom. Master bath has walk in shower, garden tub, walk in closet. Fenced yard, homeowners fees include lawn care. Backs up to green space. Dir: Centerville or Miccosukee Rd E. toward Capital Cir. N.E. to Centre Pointe Blvd. to Mallory Sq. Sandra Cartee, 591-7546 Sandra Cartee Realty


2022 Greenwood-Adorable Contemporary Cottage Midtown location. New listing: Over 1700 sq ft- 2 beds/2 baths w/large upstairs loft area overlooking living rm. Screened porch, sun room off master, newly tiled gas fireplace. Has soaring pyramid skylight, wood flooring in most of living and master. Walk to Lake Ella, other midtown destinations. Directions: Thomasville or Monroe St to either Glenview or Bradford Rd to Greenwood. Terry Anne Kant, Realtor/Broker, CRS Kant Realty of North Florida LLC (850) 877-2121 Pics/virtual:




Furnished room w/color Capital Court Apts TV/DVR & free cable. Utils. incl. Microwave, Capital Court Apts- 700 N. Calhoun st., CH/A, W/D. $500/mo 576-2857 9361291 Laundry on Site, One M o nth Free Move-in Private BR + use of kitchen, laundry, cable Special, avail now. l2BR/1BA, 800sqft $495 internet. Electric & l2BR/1BA, 900sqft $550 water incl. $460/mo. Kent Strauss Mgmt & Velda Dairy Rd 727-8987 9362843 Realty, Inc. 877-2284 9363196 APARTMENTS FOR RENT-

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Southwood Carriage House. Studio apt. All utilities incl. $750/mo. Kristen Scovera, Scovera Properties, Inc. Agent/owner 443-2460

3044 Barclay Court in Royal Oaks. 3BR/2BA. New carpet & paint, 2000+ sqft. $1500/mo. $1200 dep. 850-386-5664

566 E.Call St #2, Apartments 1BR/1BA 700 sqft., WIN, 2502 Holton Street avail now, $425/mo. Leon Arms is now Kent Strauss Mgmt & accepting applications Realty, Inc. 877-2284 f o r 3 b e d r o o m 9363217 apartments. All applications must FIRST MONTH FREE! meet HUD’s eligibility 2BR near downtown & guidelines for assisted Lafayette Park, wood housing as rent based floors, CHA, lease, No on income. pets, $590/mo incl. For more information water & sewer 251-8093 contact us at 9361231 (850) 576-7308 M-F 8-5 TDD 1-800-995-8770


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9158 Old Chemonie Rd. $420,000 Live Up to Your Expectations! 3156 sq.ft; All brick, Open & bright! 4BR/3BA, living, dining & family rooms! Eat-in "Foodies Kitchen" with New Stainless Steel Appliances (2 Refrigerators) New Granite countertops, New fixtures, built-ins! 18x46 screened porch! Guest room has in suite private bath! 2+ car garage! 5.63 acres of privacy. Direction follow Centerville Rd to Chemonie Crossing. Ellen Hicks, 850-294-3007 Keller Williams Realty

7079 Ox Bow Road Quality built 5 bedroom, 4 bath home on 2.5 acres, High end kitchen with stainless steel appliances & granite, wood flooring, high ceilings, study, playroom, sun porch and an unfinished man cave/mother in law suite above oversized garage. This home is "move in" ready! Listed at $775,000. Directions: Meridian Road N to right on Ox Bottom Rd to left on Ox Bow Rd. Donna Godwin, 850-545-0421 Hill Spooner & Elliott, Inc.



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4952 Shannon Lakes KILLEARN ESTATES $359,000 Gorgeous LAKEFRONT home. Beautiful backyard and perfect for entertaining with large screen porch and deck with serene views of Lake Killarney. Wonderful open floor plan with high ceilings, wood floors, custom lighting, Peach tree windows, stunning views of the lake throughout this home. Large updated eat-in kitchen with upscale appliances, custom cabinets, and island. Ready to move right in! Dir: Shannon Lakes E on right before Mclaughlin Dr. Amanda Drake570-0821, Drake Real Estate, Inc. View Virtual tour at

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4115 Kipling Ct.- Desirable Hampton Model floor plan in SouthWood. This 4BR/3BA single story home is 2368sq ft. Beautiful wood flooring in foyer & dining area, open floor plan, kitchen with bar, upgraded cabinets, gas fireplace & upgraded carpeting. Gorgeous fixtures & features throughout. Beautiful stained glass accent window at the entry. Great space off the kitchen. Large, breathtaking screened-in patio w/large hot tub. $344,900. Capital Cir SE to Shumard Oaks, Rt on Grove Park, RT on Updike to Kipling Jana Nishimoto 566-5050 or Josh Kasper 528-1898 The Naumann Group Real Estate

2953 Velda Dairy Road Come see the charm of this Victorian at 2953 Velda Dairy! 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, over 2200 sq ft conveniently located and great school zone! Private, wooded backyard to enjoy from the picture windows of the Florida room or the deck with a partial outdoor kitchen! Hardwood floors, fireplace, updated baths, large bedrooms, formal dining & more! All for $265,000. Directions: Thomasville Rd N, Right on Velda Dairy, 3rd house on the Right. Samantha Jahnke, (850) 228-6333 1st Priority Realty


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This gorgeous stonecovered home adapts for a family’s changing needs. The casita — a bedroom suite in back — has a private entrance and a full bath, giving welcome privacy to an in-law or grown child. An outdoor fireplace is a fun amenity. The heart of the home is the kitchen and it offers casual seating at the island and an office corner great for checking email. Relax in the master suite’s sitting area that looks out to the rear yard. To build this home, you can order a complete set of construction documents by calling toll-free 1-866-772-1013 or visiting Enter the design number to locate the plan and view more images and details. At HouseOfTheWeek, you can view previously featured plans, browse other specialty collections, or use the available search filters to help you find exactly what you want from more than 28,000 home designs. Most plans can be customized to suit your lifestyle. Design No. HOTW130025 Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 3½ Total living area: 3,258 sq. ft. Dimensions: 94' 4" x 77' 6" Framing: 2 x 4, 2 x 6 Foundation options: slab

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Reverse mortgage changes ahead By Gary M. Singer Sun Sentinel – Fort Lauderdale

Question: I have been thinking about getting a reverse mortgage for my home, but I heard that the rules have changed recently. What are the new rules? – Arthur Answer: A reverse mortgage is a loan for people age 62 or older. It gives you money from the equity in your home and does not require repayment of the loan until you move, sell the property or pass away. The homeowner is still responsible for property taxes and insurance. Congress recently passed legislation altering the guidelines for the Federal Housing Administration reverse mortgage program, which accounts for most reverse mortgages. The

changes will make it harder to qualify for a reverse mortgage, but will provide homeowners more protection if they get one. Previously, borrowers could qualify with no financial assessment, but now senior citizens will need to show they can pay for their taxes and insurance. If the lender feels the borrower is a financial risk, it could still give the loan, but could hold aside a cushion to pay for the taxes and insurance. Also, the program now will set limits on how much cash the borrowers can receive at closing, leaving the rest of the proceeds available later. In the past, some married couples would leave one spouse off the reverse mortgage to quali-

fy for a higher amount. When that spouse passed away, the surviving spouse would need to either pay the loan in full or face foreclosure. The new rules will require both spouses to be on the loan to avoid this situation, but the change will cause decreased borrowing power for the couple. The changes will begin rolling out the end of September and over the following months, so you may want to start the process now.

Gary M. Singer is a Florida attorney who is board-certified as an expert in real estate law by The Florida Bar. He chairs the Real Estate Section of the Broward County Bar Association. Send him questions online at or follow him on Twitter @GarySingerLaw.


Flexibility is built into this layout, with the casita in the back and a media room up front that could also serve as a den, craft space or other use. See more images of the plan online at

Walls that tell a story Use your own memories to create ‘salon’ art

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Those beautiful summer vacation photos are in a cardboard box. Somewhere. The souvenirs you picked up on that overseas trip years ago are jumbled in a drawer. Your collection of (fill in the blank) is in the kitchen cupboard. Why not showcase these personal treasures and create great art at the same time? One clever way to do it is to mount shelves or frames on a wall and fill them with whatever pleases you. Decorators call it a salon wall, and it has origins in 17th-century Paris, when the Royal Academy held exhibitions, or “salons,” to showcase student work. Their art would be mounted in a closely knit configuration. A visually balanced arrangement is what you’re after, says New York interior designer Elaine Griffin. “It’s the eclecticism — photos with found objects, for example — that makes it beautiful and stylish,” she says. “Every element should speak to you or tell you a story.” To create a salon wall, plan carefully. Lay out the arrangement on the floor first, and then transfer it from the floor to the wall, piece by piece. “Start at the center of the composition and work your way outward, a little bit in each direction, left, right, up, down,” Griffin says. Spacing doesn’t need to be the same around all objects, but it can look better when it’s equal around an individual element. Use a geometric shape — square, circle, triangle or diamond — as a loose basis for your ar-

rangement. Create an axis in the center of the wall, a focal point from which all the elements radiate, Griffin advises. Laying the idea out on a template — a piece of art paper on which you draw the shapes — will help consolidate the finished look. “It’s nice if you have the entire collection for a wall ready to hang at once, but you don’t have to — you can install as you collect,” Griffin says. David Kassel, a collage artist in New York City, creates salon walls for designers like Bunny Williams, Jamie Drake and Jeffrey Bilhuber. Through his company, ILevel, he’ll put up anything a client gives him, but also offers his own collections: exotic turtle shells, vintage medicine bottles, colorful plates, even a framed set of 1940s Rorschach ink blots. “For small objects you can use shadow boxes. Sconces are a wonderful way to display bottles, vases, rocks or any three dimensional objects. You can choose from simple contemporary wall wedges or more traditional options like carved, goldleaf sconces,” Kassel says. If you want to turn your wall into a photo gallery, hanging the pictures without frames creates a clean look that lets the pictures pop, says Jeff Southard, a spokesman for, which helps clients create photo walls. Avoid hanging several versions of the same picture, he says; instead, use a variety of close-ups, action shots, etc. “Given the choice between a perfect bland photo and a flawed, energetic one, go for the lively one,” Southard says. “Don’t be afraid to ex-

hibit your passion. Cars, kids, architecture — even good food. When guests come over, you can talk about something you love.” San Francisco photographer Jason Rodman, for example, mounted a series of black-and-white images of the city on his wall. In Seattle, Sara Shrader’s pride in her two baseball-loving sons led her to take photos of their various team caps over the years. She created a collage wall that included pictures of the boys in action. A company like provides templates for rectangular and stairway displays, and sends a kit that includes wood frames and acid-free mats. You just drop in your photos. Kassel says such displays should continue to evolve. “Families grow, important events continue to happen, collections change over time,” he says. “A great salon wall is never finished.”

Vintage medicine bottles are shown as wall art. New York designer David Kassel’s team has sourced collections of vintage plates, exotic tortoise shells and vintage medicine bottles as the basis for a salon wall. AP


Seattle mom Sara Schrader photographed all of her sons’ team hats to create a collage wall. AP

Jason Rodman installs a collage wall display that he designed and photographed in a a bedroom in San Francisco. Family, vacation and personal interest pictures are some of the themes you can use to create a photographic salon wall. AP TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT » SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2013 » 9





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Havana 3BR/2BA homes 402 E. 10th Ave. $800 Mahan Convenience 404 S Main St. $600 9363380 810 Concord Rd., 407 S. Main St. $700 284-7827 / 571-276-4704 3BR/2BA 1450 sqft, CHA W / D , Y a r d S e r v i c e , Rent to Own. 3 BR/2 BA 9362906 avail 10/10, $1395 doublewide off W. Killearn ESTATES Kent Strauss Mgmt & Tennessee Street. 3727 Longchamps Cir. Realty, Inc. 877-2284 1468 Knoxville Ln. 3BR/2BA, 2000 sq.ft., $700/mo. 508-0872 $1550/mo 850-445-4085 9363221 9363373


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2341 Eastgate Way, 3Br/2Ba, 1232Sqft., 9363164 CHA, W/D Hookups, Garage, Fenced yard, Forest Heights $495/mo 2/1, West side avail now, $895. a d j o i n s N a t l F o r e s t , 3/2 brick, wood floors, Kent Strauss Mgmt & kitchen equip. lg. lot, carport. 1810 Sunset Ln. Realty, Inc. 877-2284 deck No pets 576-2695 $950/mo. 847-1936

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LAFAYETTE OAKS - 4BR - MAKE OFFER Just $259,900, almost Acre! Rich marbleized tile floors thru, Beautiful Tile baths, Front porch charm, big screen porch and deck, huge sep. master! Hurry, 545-3419


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REDUCED KILLEARN $189,900 WOW REDUCED Charmer front porch, rich wood floors, vaulted ceiling, brick fireplace, dining room, huge kitchen, Master has jetted tub! 2 Car Garage, a beauty!


2BR/1BA in Midway Nice & well kept. New AC. 81 High Bluff Ct. $500/mo. 850-443-3300

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$300,000 BRICK 5BR! Eagles Ridge in Golden Eagle, 2800 Ft, Wood Floors, granite kitchen, study, Short Sale. 545-3419



visit: 188 Hickory Lane, Lake Tallavana $184,500, Call Earl Mills 443-7769


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Selling by Order of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Offered Online at -Fantastic 2.65 ± Acres Fisherman’s Paradise -Located near the foot of the St. George Island Bridge -Outstanding Views Overlooking Apalachicola Bay -Property Features Majestic Oak Trees & Great Pond In Co-Op with: Helen Spohrer, CCIM | (850) 899-1262 Prudential Shimmering Sands Realty



Lindsay Elliott (850) 545-2463





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3BR/2BA Near campus. GOLDEN PARK CH/A, W/D, carport, Killearn Estates Beauty 1410 Golden Park Ct. No pets. $900/mo Jerry 2 4 1 0 G l e n s h i r e L n . , 2/2 + office, 1300 sqft Moore 850-321-8818 3BR/2BA 1449 sqft, 9361782 CH/A,fans, new carpet CHA, new tile floors, screen porch, storage 3BR/2BA on lake, great W/D Hookups, Fenced shed, Avail now. No yard, Garage, Screen views & fishing. Close pets. $850. 383-9199 to downtown. $850/mo porch.Avail now, $1450 9361757 Kent Strauss Mgmt & 251-8086 or 321-8118 9363289 Realty, Inc. 877-2284 Hilaman View AAA Nice 3/2 near FSU 9363213 1 8 4 4 - A L a r e t t e D r . , golf course. Quiet dead 2BR/1.5BA, 900 sqft, CHA end!! Lovely ceramic W / D h o o k u p s , a v a i l tile floors! Carport. New Killearn Estates Beauty 10/10, $575 huge deck! Lg yard. 6’ 2 4 1 0 G l e n s h i r e L n . , Kent Strauss Mgmt & cedar privacy fence $825 3 B R / 2 B A 1 4 4 9 s q f t , Realty, Inc. 877-2284 Owner/realtor 878-3957 CHA, new tile floors, 9363352 9363223 Alligator Point Beach W/D Hookups, Fenced House. 2/2. Furnished. yard, Garage, Screen l$695-2BR/2BA, $975/mo. Lease req’d. porch.Avail now, $1450 2325 Hartsfield Way Kent Strauss Mgmt & First & last. 850-228-8412 Realty, Inc. 877-2284 9363128

1835-A S. Gadsden St., 2BR/1BA 850 sq ft, CHA, 850-219-9900 W/D hookups, avail now, $525/mo Kent Strauss Mgmt & 9362559 Realty, Inc. 877-2284 Large 1BR, appliances, clean, no smoking or 9363201 pets. $500/mo. dep & TCC AREA 2/1, tile/ lease. 850-668-94889363132 wood/carpet, Quiet area Avail now $625/ Monroe Convenience mo+$500 dep 273-1860 118 W. 8th Ave #5 & 6, 9362828 1BR/1BA 750sqft, CHA, Deck, Avail 9/11, $495 TOWNHOMES FOR RENTUNFURNISHED Kent Strauss Mgmt & Realty, Inc. 877-2284 1475 sqft. Upscale 3/2.5 9363205 with lovely ceramic tile & new carpet, formal Twin Lakes. All new inside dining, decks,private 2BR, fireplace, energy fenced big yard. $825. efficient. big yard/lg Owner/realtor 878-3957 trees $747/mo 656-5409 9361945



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3 lots, Lake Ellen lakefront, 14’ W 2/1.5 mobile home. lg. screen porch by boat ramp 576-2695



3BR/2BA doublewide on nice lot inside Capital Circle. Fenced backyard with 2 sheds. $79,900. 4203 Florence Ave. Owner Financing available. 508-0872



LOTS FOR SALE Lakefront lot off Velda Dairy Rd. .67 of an ac., secluded on Lake Charles Dr. with 80 feet on Lake Bess. $60,000 MAGNOLIA PROPERTIES AND INVESTMENTS. 386-8660





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Well maintained 2BR/2.5BA spacious townhome close to shopping, downtown and Cascades park. Updated kitchen and baths, screen porch, fenced yard, tile and hardwood flooring make this a must see if you want to be downtown. Just Listed, $131,500, Spirit Realty Inc. of Tallahassee, 877-4343 or Sandy Frazier, Broker at 933-4656

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1931 Hollywood Dr. 3BR/2BA garage, $149,500 385-0564 or 766-1987



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TIMBERLAND/ Recreational tracts for sale in S.W. Georgia. Managed timber tracts & quail plantation included. For more info E-mail



Blairstone Deal!

1719 Beechwood Cir., 2BR/2.5BA, 1152 sq ft, Large master bedroom w/ balcony, back deck with storage space, fireplace, new flooring. 9359517 Call Liz Colvin 850-345-6546 for info. GENERAL REAL ESTATE Home is also for rent. Kent Strauss Mgmt & Realty, Inc. 877-2284 l860 E. Call St. Intown 2BR cottage, updated 9363233 appliances & fixtures. Gleaming hardwood & REDUCED $9900! 2-story ceramic floors. On 1 3/3 Victorian Cottage acre $149,900 in Centre Point Village. l 800 Bragg Beautiful A l s o h a s S t u d i o a p t . all brick home, freshly over garage. $257,820. refinished floors 3/1. Booth Riera Realty, LLC 850-459-1094 Spacious living room & 9363400 bedrooms, inside utility room with step down Sweet 3/1 in Monticello family room. $81,000 on 1/2 ac. lot near MAGNOLIA PROPERTIES town w/country feel. AND INVESTMENTS. Lg. kitchen, fireplace, 386-8660 Enclosed Asking $124,900.patio. Make offer. 9363060 (neg.) 650 N. Olive St. 850-342-9884 for info. CONDOS FOR SALE 9361784







WATERFRONT sunset condo Furnished 1 BR, 1 Bath with pool and dock Great Gulf view, near new boat launch, restaurant & lounge, $99,500 352-498-0666



OPEN HOUSE OPEN HOUSE SUN. 2-4 4878 Pimlico, Killearn Acres. Split BR plan; 2-car garage Jewel Gray, 556-8202 Jan Soto Realty


OPEN SUNDAY 2-4 4751 Lancashure Lane UPDATED HIGHGROVE brick home, 3 or 4BR, 3 BA, multiple living/ dining areas, lg. deck, spotless & ready to move in. $349,900 JW Dir: Thomasville Rd to Highgrove Way, 1st R., 3rd home on right.




$2750/ac Leon County HOMES $101’S - $250’S Great buy, 59.9 Acres. Close-in. Short Sale, Affordable won’t last. 459-1094 Acreage Specialist: Scenic Heights hunting, farm, timber or 2004 Alton Rd, 3BR, homesite property in 2.5BA, 2032 sqft, CHA, North Florida. Large open tile living rm w/stone fireplace, 9363403 separate family/living/ 2.5 acre homesite on dining room, built ins, Williams Rd. $64,000 Balcony, lovely back (850) 339-5671 yard w/covered deck Keller Williams Realty & covered patio, large 9359326 master w/lots of closet 20 ACRES Gadsden Co. space, $165,000 B i g o a k s & p l a n t e d Call Elizabeth Strauss p i n e s , 2 a c r e m a n - 850-509-9411 for info. made lake. $3000/ac. Home is also for rent. Kent Strauss Mgmt & Owner will finance. Realty, Inc. 877-2284 850-459-1094



OPEN SUNDAY 2-4 5656 Old Hickory Ln. Immaculate home in NW, 3/2, brick, wood floors, new kitchen cabinets, garage, work shop. Great price $101,900. JC Dir: N Monroe to Capital Circle, L to Village Way, R on Autumn Woods, L on Old Hickory.



OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 Immaculate ‘05 home On 1 Ac Lafayette Oaks 4BR/Office/2BA. Open look, lots of storage. 3-Car Garage, RV Elec. 2307 Orleans Dr. N E $359,000 850 877-0753



Open Today 2 - 4PM 214 Victory Garden Camelot Park - Close to Downtown, 3BR, 2BA, all brick home w/hardwood floors, remodeled kitchen. All new interior paint, crown molding, formal living, dining & family room. Close to South Wood Office Complex. $150,000. Directions: Park Ave. to Victory Garden. Jane Lee, 566-4065, Linda Dix Realty



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Agent: Jim Taube • 1580 Bannerman Rd. – Office/ Retail Condo 1,500 SF PRICE REDUCED! $150,000. Also for lease at $1,000/mo. • 414 E. 7th Ave. – 2,896 SF Mid-Town office $350,000. 1,400 SF is available to lease for $1,200/mo • 104 W. 4th Ave. – 2,113 SF Contemporary house/office conversion. PRICE REDUCED to $270,000


SOLD! Office/Warehouse 89,760 SF SOLD

OFFICE SPACE FOR SALE Agent: Frank Langston, CCIM • 8,301 SF 2 story Bank Facility off S. Monroe with 4 drive-thru lanes. Less than 2 miles from new Cascade Park and Capitol! • Great 2 story office located off Park Avenue near growing retail district. Perfect setup for owner/user & Investment opportunity. • Midtown Office w/Identity! Convenient & visible. 3,080 SF for sale or lease. Walk to Lunch! GREAT PRICE! • Live/Work/Play in Downtown Tallahassee with Office Space just steps away from the New Cascade Park & Downtown. 3,546+ SF. Room for multiple tenants. REDUCED PRICE! Agent: Eric Stockstill • 5032 Tennessee Capital Blvd - Updated office/warehouse space with easy access to I-10. $925,000 • Large office/warehouse located off CCNW. Large conference room, shared kitchen and great updates in office area with large warehouse out back. 3,600 SF with two roll up doors. $450,000 Agent: Jep Dove • 5012 W. Tennessee – 4,840 SF in Tennessee Capital Center off West Tennessee and CCNW

Agent: Jimmy Nystrom • Southwood One – Brand new Class A office space! 7,00015,000 SF Available! • Highpoint Center Downtown office space with great view of Capitol 800, 3,200 and 3,500 SF available! • Adams street across from the Governors’ Mansion 4000 to 6000 SF • 3,000-10,000 SF Available at 2700 Blairstone Rd. • Woodcrest Office Park – Free Rent and full service deals! • 10,000 SF Spaces Available off Thomasville Road near I-10 at $18/sf

SOLD! Manufacturing Facility 101,045 SF SOLD

LEASED! 6,363 SF Leased on Mahan Drive Agent: Eric Stockstill. • 1,184 SF in Midtown. Great location & visibility from Thomasville Rd! • 126 Salem Ct. 4,000 SF Available – great price! Agent: Frank L. Langston, CCIM • $9.50/sf for 3,080 SF in the heart of Midtown. Great price for the location! • 7,678 +/- SF at I-10 & Timberlane School Rd. New updates and in convenient location! Agent: Jim Taube • Class A office building off N. Monroe -1,300-6,400 SF $12/sf plus electric • 3,471 N. Monroe St. – 1,250 SF Attractive office building w/ signage $1,200/mo Agent Les McLean • 3,000 SF on Paul Russell Road. Can be divided. Great location, ample parking and competitive rates! Call Les McLean at 566-9140 for more information. Agent Caryl Pierce, CCIM • Own the cul de sac and build a 5,000 SF office building with 2,500 SF per floor, walking distance to Capital Regional Medical Center, Zoned Commercial Medical. Agent John McNeill • Office and Retail space available in Gateway Center on North Monroe and Tennessee St. Up to 17,911 SF of office space available. Two retail spaces left, 1,171 SF and 1,634 SF!

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2990 KEMP RD. $275,000 - 20 Acr. add to your privacy in this custom 3BR/2BA w/gorgeous woodwork, granite, stainless. Enjoy the peaceful setting on the back screened porch & large deck overlooking creek. Virginia Glass, 850- 599-2645

3092 WHITE IBIS WAY, $325,000 - 4BR/3BA brick home in Greens of Killearn. Updated kitchen w/ granite tops, freshly painted, wood floors, new carpet in BD’s, Lg. guest suite, screened porch MLS# 237330 - Dir: Shamrock E, to 6501 PISGAH CHURCH ROAD - Beautiful house on 5 + acres. Just Kilmartin, L, Sawgrass, R, White Ibis Way. Reduced! $485,000... 5BD’s/4.5BA’s; 3652 SF; Roberts, Montford and Chiles; SANDY HIGDON. (850) 510-5500 For sale, lease, or lease/purchase. WWW.SANDYHIGDON.COM The Jacobs-Williamson Team, (850) 556-2220


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900 HAMPTON MEADOW DR, $155,000 - 3/2 in Hampton Creek, corian counters, gas stove, wood floors, fenced back yard, screened porch. MLS# 238093 Dir: Apalach. Pkwy.,R Hampton Creek, R Hampton Ridge, L on Hampton Meadow. SANDY DALLETT (850) 528-3285 SANDY@ISELLTALLAHASSEE.NET


Beautiful mobile home conveniently located near Universities. 36x12 screened porch.

Mariela Santurri, Hablo Español! 850-545-3920,

8039 EVENING STAR LANE (OX BOW AREA) - 4BD + office/3.5 BA; nearly 4000 SF on over 2 acres w/ huge coi pond & concrete pool; lots of recent updates & dramatic BRIARCLIFF $225,000 - Unique opportunity & cathedral ceilings in living room Dir: N on Thomasville // L 905 location! 1.44 acres--zoned OR-1 so could be business use or @ Ox Bottom Manor Dr // R @ Evening Star // House on R- 4BR/2BA + separate 1BR apt. currently rents for $500/mo. Virginia Glass- 850-599-2645 ALAN POTTS, 850-510-2197

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3313 CHARLESTON ROAD, $439,000 CLASSIC GEORGIAN LAKEFRONT HOME! 4BR/2.5BA. Wood & Limestone floors, on 1.4 private ac. New roof in 2011 & HVAC in 2009. Sunroom & Huge deck overlooking private fenced yard & lake. PRISCILLA THARPE LLC, 850-933-9412 THARPEPL@GMAIL.COM



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