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BEAUTIFUL BRICK CAPE COD LOCATED IN MOORELAND SECTION OF CARLISLE! • 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, with an inviting front porch. • Hardwoods throughout 1st floor, new kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and tons of storage. Directions: Square in Carlisle, West on High, left on W Pomfret, right on Glendale to property on right.
GREAT HOME ON 10.85 ACRES ON QUIET COUNTRY ROAD! • 3 Bedrooms, 2½ Baths, 2376 sq. ft. • First floor laundry, private office, upstairs craft room, and private rear patio. • Large open fields for 2-3 horses, 2 detached garages. Directions: Carlisle to Rt 11 South to left on Shag Bark Ln to right on Alexander Spring Rd to property on right.
CUSTOM BUILT RANCH HOME SET HIGH ON A LOVELY 1.38 ACRE LOT IN CLARENDON! • 4 bedrooms.3.5 baths, 3245 square feet of living space • Hardwood floors, sprawling great room with gas fireplace, kitchen with granite countertops and breakfast bar • Lower level great for in-law quarters and complete with kitchen, bedroom, and additional bath!
TOP NOTCH HOME WITH GOURMET KITCHEN! • 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, beautiful gourmet kitchen with cathedral ceilings • Bright and sunny, finished lower level, beautifully landscaped
NICE AND CLEAN ROW HOME IN THE BOROUGH! • 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, 1140 sq. ft. • Fresh paint inside and out, new carpet throughout and recently remodeled bathroom. • Most of the windows have been replaced with vinyl. Private, fenced-in backyard with deck!
BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED DUPLEX IN CARLISLE BOROUGH! • Features 3 bedrooms • Freshly painted, refinished hardwood floors.
WELL PRICED ONE BEDROOM CONDO! • 1 Bedroom, 1 Baths, 788 sq.ft. • Well maintained. • Large living space with balcony.
GREAT HOME IN THE BOROUGH! • Wood flooring • Spacious 1st floor
2800 SQUARE FOOT TRADITIONAL HOME IN CALLAPATSCINK DEVELOPMENT! • This home has 3- possibly 4- bedrooms, 2.5 baths, an oversized 2-car garage on a quiet cul-de-sac. • Finished 3rd floor with hardwood flooring.
LOVELY END-UNIT TOWNHOUSE! • Short walk to town but on the edge on nature • Across from Dickinson fields and walking trails • Fenced area for small dog or garden • Snow removal and lawn care provided
COMPLETELY REHABBED TOWNHOME IN SHIPPENSBURG! • Closing cost assistance and forgivable loan to those who qualify. • 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath townhome.
CLASSIC TRADITIONAL! • 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3144 square feet • Open kitchen, family room with fireplace
REMARKABLE PROPERTY EQUIPPED FOR HORSES & LOADED WITH CHARACTER! • 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath on 10.81 acres with beautiful views! • Open concept living with rustic feel and expansive master suite!
SECLUDED BRICK RANCHER ON WOODED LOT! • 3 Bedrooms, 1 bath home with detached 1 car garage/workshop • Easy access to Mount Holly, Carlisle, Boiling Springs, and Gettysburg • South Middleton Schools
MECHANICSBURG BORO HOME WITH PLENTY OF CHARACTER! • Conveniently located in central Mechanicsburg Boro. • Single family home with spacious backyard.
END-UNIT TOWNHOUSE WITH NEUTRAL FINISHINGS! • This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home is conveniently located to shopping and I-81 • Fresh new carpet and relaxing deck!
SUMMERFIELD MOVE-IN READY, SEMI-DETACHED TOWNHOUSE! • Over 1400 square feet of living space, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2-car garage • Large kitchen with plenty of cabinet space
WELL MAINTAINED AND THOROUGHLY UPDATED! • 5 Bedrooms, 3½ Baths, 3783 sq. ft. • Over 13 Acres, complete w/ 8-stall horse barn + additional barn. • Spacious kitchen w/center island & maple cabinets, CV schools.
COSMETICALLY UPDATED 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH IN THE CARLISLE BOROUGH! • Large rooms, fresh paint and carpet. • Close proximity to downtown, Dickinson College, and shopping.
WELL MAINTAINED TOWNHOME THAT BACKS UP TO A CREEK! • 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bath with 1320 square feet with partially finished basement • Complete with screened in porch off of dining area and fenced yard.
BRICK 2-STORY IN WEST PENNSBORO! • 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 1638 square feet • Large front porch and tons of potential
REMODELED 1800’S FARM HOUSE ON 10 ACRES, A GEM! • 5 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 4898 sq.ft. • Awesome kitchen with soap stone tops and traditional fireplace. • HUGE first floor master suite with sitting area and full bath.
CHARMING 3-BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH HOME IN THE CARLISLE BOROUGH! • Complete with off-street parking, updated kitchen, and updated upstairs bath. • Backyard features a large level lot with storage she, fenced yard, and shaded patio that is great for entertaining!
GREAT CONDO IN CAMBRIDGE CONDOMINIUMS WITH PLENTY OF UPDATES! • Brand new stainless steel appliances, hot water heater, and heat pump. • 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, close to walking trails, Dickinson College sports, Massey’s, and downtown!
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Median: Challenge lies beyond the sidewalk By Dean Foskick The Associated Press Making a yard and a community more beautiful begins at the curb. But that narrow space between sidewalk and street — sometimes called a boulevard, median, hellstrip, parkway, verge or tree belt — is a gardening challenge. For starters, it’s probably owned by the municipality but falls to the homeowner to maintain. So the first step in caring for it is to sort out what local rules allow. “You need to go to the city’s website if there are any questions about who owns what,” said Evelyn Hadden, author of the new book “Hellstrip Gardening” (Timber Press). “The zoning laws should be posted online.” “Some cities have regulations where there can only be lawns there. Some say there can’t be vegetables, but allow some kind of lawn alternative,” she said. “Some communities change their rules when people start growing gardens and the community gets behind them.” Curb appeal can increase property values
for the whole neighborhood, Hadden said. “Curbside gardeners are pretty generous that way. They’re working for the benefit of everybody.” Even seedy-looking parcels can become natural welcome mats when integrated with front yards. Curbside spaces are often heavily trafficked, however, making them tough to cultivate. The ground is hard-packed, and plants can be crushed underfoot. Rocks might add character to the landscape but will dent car doors if placed too near the curb. Tall, dense foliage can be a traffic hazard, preventing passing motorists from seeing pets and children. Here are some tips for creating a welltended “hellstrip”: • Talk with neighbors before getting started. “The tension will come when somebody complains,” Hadden said. • Be aware of sight lines, especially at intersections. Drivers may have trouble turning safely if something tall is in the way. • Go with perennials rather than annuals, said Fred Rozumalski, a landscape architect with Barr Engineering Co. in Minneapolis, Minnesota. “Then the soil is only worked
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once and it’s more secure,” he said. “Dirt won’t run into the street, clogging gutters and storm sewers.” • Avoid growing vegetables at roadside sites because of pollution, Rozumalski said. “They collect elevated levels of road salt, lead from gasoline and copper from brake linings. I certainly wouldn’t want to eat any food that came off a boulevard.” • Tree planting is the city’s job, he said. “I’ve seen people make bad choices, planting trees like sugar maples that are difficult to maintain and push up sidewalks. Shrubs should be kept low, no more than 18 inches in height.” • Be cautious about displaying yard art, Rozumalski said. “You don’t want to distract drivers. It’s probably better if you put those kinds of things deeper into the yard.” • Boulevards typically are too narrow to be turned into full-blown rain gardens, but they’ll be more environmentally friendly if the soil level is kept at least 2 inches below the curb, he said. “Then the water will collect instead of running off.” For more about curbside gardening, see this Metro Blooms Urban Gardener’s Guide: http://www.metroblooms.org/guide_garden-tips.php .
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A pedestrian-friendly street makeover in Langley, Washington, that includes a number of Median Gardens — flowers, trees and shrubs planted between sidewalk and street.
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210 Taunton Drive, Carlisle
Meticulously well cared for home featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and master suites on both levels. Beautiful wood floor in kitchen and dining area. Bright and tastefully finished.
Don’t miss seeing this distinguished 4 bedroom house with wonderful master bedroom suite on first floor, plus three other bedrooms on the second floor. Completely re-painted and ready to move in.
Directions: From Carlisle, 8 miles South on Rt. 11, left on Mt. Rock Rd, 1st right on David Glenn Dr, 5th house on the right.
Directions: W on High St, T/L on Belvedere, right on South St, left on Orange St, right on White Birch Lane, left on Taunton to 210.
Indian Hills 2 story home close to schools. Open kitchen boasts granite countertops, tile backsplash, maple cabinets and hardwood floor. Foyer is open to the 2nd floor and don’t miss the gas fireplace in family room.
Great starter home in country location. Three bedrooms, mud room, covered patio and large storage shed. Hardwood floors, updated dishwasher, and fireplace in living room.
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150 Sunset Drive, Carlisle
Relax this summer in your new inground pool! This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath Colonial has a recently updated kitchen with Corian countertops and recessed lighting. New roof in 2013 and a lower level family room with exercise and play room. Directions: Carlisle Sqaure W. on High St, T/R on College St, T/L on Rt. 74 cross over creek, 1st left on Shatto, T/R on Sunset Dr to 150.
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Brand new one level unit by Ridgeview Custom Homes. Handicap accessible, open floor plan and custom built cabinets.
Ranch home bordering a beautiful farm field with wild turkey, deer and other wildlife. One car garage, walk out basement, updated kitchen and chimney.
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Keep your entire home cool without disrupting home decor Brandpoint
Don’t sweat it if your home doesn’t have central air-conditioning. Whether you live in an older house that can’t accommodate ductwork, or you don’t want to sacrifice your interior aesthetics with an unattractive air conditioning unit, you can still keep your home feeling — and looking — cool this summer with advanced air conditioning technology. Homeowners without central AC often choose to cool their home with air-conditioners that are clunky, inefficient and downright ugly. Fortunately, you can find higher quality, more attractive ways to cool your home. “Homeowners today are seeking products that are not only high performing, but also visually appealing and fit in to the personality of their home,” says Patrick O’Toole, editorial director and publisher of Professional Re-
modeler magazine. “Installing an attractive air conditioner instead of an outdated unit is a simple change homeowners can make to keep themselves cool during the summer.” There are a number of ideal alternatives to traditional HVAC systems that can be a perfect addition to your home this summer season. Below are some tips to keep your home cool all summer long: • Duct-free systems have traditionally cooled just one room of the house, and most models aren’t made with your home’s aesthetics in mind. For example, the unique, multi-zone LG Art Cool Gallery, which has both an indoor and outdoor component, resolves both concerns by allowing users to customize the unit with their own artwork, while also heating and cooling up to four separate areas in the home. The indoor unit hangs on the wall like a picture, and homeowners can insert their own artwork or photography into a frame that conceals the front
of the unit, so they don’t have to stare at the bland, protruding box on the wall. • Ceiling fans not only help cool a room on their own, but also are a great way to supplement the effectiveness of an existing AC unit by creating further air flow. • Blocking the hot sunrays from shining through your window with blinds or shades is a great way to maintain coolness. Roomdarkening blinds, curtains or shades can deliver stylish looks and still shield rooms from the sun during the hottest parts of the day. Also, updating drapery with seasonal, lightcolored fabrics throughout the house can help reflect heat better than dark ones, which tend to absorb light and heat. • Adjusting the pilot light on your gas stove and water heater can be a cost-effective solution, as they often produce excess heat that raises the indoor temperature. If you have a gas fireplace, turn off the pilot light during summer to lower temperatures and contribute
to a reduction in your gas bill, which results in energy savings throughout the season. • Incandescent light bulbs turn the majority of the energy they consume into heat. Consider replacing traditional incandescent bulbs with cooler alternatives like CFLs or LEDs. These bulbs consume far less electricity, which could lower your utility bills, and turn most of that energy into light, rather than heat. • For a longer-term solution that is also environmentally friendly, plant shade trees around your house, such as Maple, Oak and Elm. They’ll help protect your home from the sun, create an aesthetically appealing landscape and contribute fresh oxygen to your outdoor environment. From reducing the amount of sunlight that warms your house to installing the latest in duct-free AC units, simple tips like these can help you and your family stay cool this summer and save on your energy bills.
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Home cleaning tips turn chaos into harmony Brandpoint The stack of shoes that pile up by the front door, the linen closet that you’re afraid to open, the junk drawer that may well hide the mysteries of the universe — we all have one or two spots in our home that cry out for organization and tidying. Spring cleaning season is approaching, and with a plan of attack you can take this opportunity to clear away clutter, organize underutilized spaces and generally improve the overall usability of your home. Procter & Gamble and The Home Depot have teamed up with seven DIY bloggers to offer 14 room-by-room tips for getting organized this spring:
Cutting kitchen chaos
• Nearly everyone has one drawer in their kitchen that becomes the “catch-all spot.” Empty yours, wipe down the inside, and insert a silverware tray to help organize pens, batteries, buttons, random screws and other items that find their way into the drawer. You can find drawer inserts and many other organizational tools at The Home Depot near you. • Every family needs a central spot for
sharing information. But if a cork board, white board or chalkboard isn’t your idea of wall decor, try hiding them away on the inside of a kitchen cabinet. Mount a cork panel on the inside of a cabinet door, or use chalkboard paint to create a hidden and useful spot for notes, shopping lists, coupons and reminders. • You likely sweep the kitchen floor daily, but floors can also benefit from a good steam cleaning at least once a week. Steam cleaners like the Swiffer Bissell Steamboost deeply penetrate dirt and remove messes mops might leave behind. • Organize the cupboard and pantry by using boxes, jars and baskets with labels on them. When it’s time to put an item away, everyone will know where it belongs, rather than be tempted to toss it randomly into a cupboard.
Better bathrooms • Bathroom drawers can easily become cluttered. Place desk organizing trays in drawers so that items like makeup, combs, curling irons, etc. stay neat and orderly. A bit of Velcro keeps trays in place and makes it easy to remove them when it’s time to clean
them out. • The cabinet under the sink can be a scary place. Baskets bring both organization and style to under-sink storage spaces. • Not everything needs to be hidden away. A basket makes a great way to cleverly display toilet paper and still make it easily accessible when needed. Placing grooming supplies in a tiered serving tray brings organization, style and convenience to a bathroom. • Scent is a key concern in bathrooms. Scrubbing the shower, floors, toilet and sink until they sparkle is a good start, but sometimes baths need a scent boost. Try placing scented candles in the bathroom to help neutralize odors and add a fresh, welcoming aura to the room.
Lighten the load in laundry rooms • Even small laundry rooms often have unused space above the washer and dryer where you can install shelving for storage. Head over to your local home improvement store for a variety of shelving to store detergents, stain removers and fabric softeners. • Add a rolling cart or laundry butler to your laundry room. It’s a great way to add
organization and function to the space, helping keep clothes off the floor — plus they’re simple to transport. • Laundry rooms are often overlooked in the decor department, but a fresh coat of paint can really liven up a dingy, utilitarian room. Choose a bold and bright color - the laundry room is about making things clean, so the room should inspire the vividness you want to achieve in your clothes.
Cleaning up closets
• Empty your linen closet and refresh all those stale sheets with a good wash with Tide HE Laundry Detergent, which infuses fabrics with its fresh original scent. Keep sets together by bundling sheets and pillowcases together with a bit of ribbon. It also makes for a pretty display inside the closet. • Swapping mismatched hangers for one type is a quick, easy way to make a closet look more organized, clean and stylish. • Consider creating a cleaning closet or cabinet where all your cleaning supplies live. Having all supplies in one spot will make it easier to take stock and know what you need to buy on your next trip to The Home Depot.
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Little projects give your home added flavor.
DIY tips for perfect home AttrActive home improvement projects in gorgeous setting Brandpoint
Dreaming of a home makeover? Sources of design inspiration, like Pinterest, are plentiful and can help make your home decor and renovation projects easy and fun. In fact, now is the ideal time to gather ideas and get started.
Warm up to color
A fresh coat of paint is an inexpensive way to transform a tired look into a vibrant vision. Choosing the perfect shade is often the most time consuming and nerve-wracking part of the process. Knowing this, paint manufacturers are coming to the rescue and providing many new tools to help give you the color confidence you need. For example, pick up small-size paint samples, like Platinum Color Samples from Dutch Boy, tinted in your favorite shades and apply directly to the walls you’re interested in painting. These color paint samples help you visualize how the entire space will look before investing time and money on a large painting project. Plus, the Dutch Boy color samples are available in Dutch Boy’s highest-quality interior paint so you can test its best paint and perfect color together.
Once you have a sample size of your perfect shade of paint, it’s time to test your hunch. Apply the sample paint on several walls. This will help you envision the color’s look in various light sources, both natural and artificial. Be sure to check the painted wall at different times of the day — giving you a truer view of the end results. If you prefer, you can paint large white poster boards with your sample paint and move
them around the room to verify your vision. When testing multiple colors, avoid painting sample strips too close together as this might distort the appearance of the color. When you’re happy with a color selection, head to a local retailer to purchase the paint tinted in the quantities you need.
Size up your projects The fun doesn’t have to stop with the walls. Dutch Boy Platinum color samples can also work for smaller interior projects because the sample contains a premium paint. Try stenciling your favorite inspirational sayings or words of wisdom on your living room or office area walls. Another quick project is to use the samples to paint the trim on picture frames or mirrors to coordinate with your newly painted room. Add some final touches After you plan your painting projects, it’s important to prepare for the small details and finishing touches that help bring everything together. Break out the hot glue gun, some of your favorite silk flowers and bright ribbons to make a whimsical wreath for the entrance to your home. You will have the perfect entryway accessory to welcome in guests. Whether entertaining friends and family or simply relaxing alone with a good book, having an outdoor oasis is crucial to enjoying warmer days and nights. To give your patio some pizzazz, why not create some decorative, weather-proof pillows or cushions? Utilize durable, all-weather fabrics in complementary hues and patterns to achieve the lounge-worthy look you’re craving. This small sewing project will add a level of comfort and creativity to an otherwise boring patio set.
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Here is your chance to own 2 great properties for only $195,000! The beautifully maintained home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and gorgeous hardwood floors. The additional 1200 sq. ft. building would be a great opportunity to run a small business or use as an investment property. Host: John Nayduch 385-0666 • Dir.: Rt. 641 West to properties on the left.
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• 3 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths • 2006 Model w/ upgrades galore • Low lot rent includes water/sewer • Call Janice Kimball 802-1554
• 3 Bedroom Log Cabin • Use as primary or seasonal residence • Relax on the large front screened porch • Call Jeffrey Helt 422-4703
• 3 Bedroom Ranch home • Located just outside of Carlisle • Priced at only $72,900 • Call Angel Turner 250-4191
• Tudor style w/ original charm • 4 Bedrooms/ 2.5 baths • Master suite with walk-in closet • Call John Nayduch 385-0666
• Spacious Farmhouse on 1.33 acres • Features 4 bedrooms & 5 baths • 2 Car garage w/ bonus room above • Call Walter “Biff” Bond 385-2173
• All brick Ranch Home • Features 3 bedrooms & 1.5 baths • Attached 2 car garage • Call Vince Mellott 385-4039
• 3 Bedroom home in the Borough • Great open 1st level floor plan • Features side & back yards • Call Les Welsh 448-3617
• 2 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths • Includes a large carport • Located between Carlisle & Gettysburg • Call John Rudy 422-2259
• 4 Bedrooms/ 3 full baths w/ great new price • Completely remodeled with addition in 2008 • 2.42 Acres with 2-stall horse barn • Call Janice Kimball 802-1554
• 3 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths • Features wood flooring • Attached 2 car garage • Call Harry Speelman 440-6336
• Great get away or live in year round • 2 Bedroom/ 1 bath Bungalow • Borders acres of State Game Lands • Call Lenny Guise 486-5812
• Brand new 3 bedroom/2.5 bath home • Off-street parking w/ 2 car garage • Possible owner financing! • Call Molly Garman 991-5040
• 3 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths • Full, partially finished basement • Includes a 30x40 garage • Call John Nayduch 385-0666
• 3 Bedroom Split Level home • Remodeled & ready to move right in • Over an acre lot in Big Spring Schools • Call Jeffrey Helt 422-4703
• 3 Bedrooms/ 3 full baths • Unbelievable breath taking views • Nearly 6 acres w/ oversized pole barn • Call Angel Turner 250-4191
• Expansive 4 bedroom/ 3.5 bath home • Finished walk-out lower level • Patio overlooking pool & Creek • Call Janice Kimball 802-1554
• 5 Bedrooms/ 2.5 baths • Large attached 3 car garage • Inground pool with sandy beach area • Call Vince Mellott 385-4039
• Newly renovated 2-story home • Features a 1st floor master bedroom • All new kitchen cabinetry & countertops • Call Les Welsh 448-3617
• Located in Historic Boiling Springs • 3 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths • Corner lot with 2 car garage • Call Molly Garman 991-5040
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SHOWCASE OF HOMES OPEN THIS WEEKEND LEhMAN’S CROSSING
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UND OPEN SAT & SUN 1-4 PricES STArTiNg AT $179,900
Three new styles to choose from! Some with basements & 2 car garage. Economical gas heat/hot water. 100% usda Financing available. directions: From Carlisle Square Spring Road (Rt 34N) L/Creek Rd (Turkey Hill) L/Longs Gap R/Lehman’s Crossing
Hosted by: richard boyd (717) 385-8996 Janet yaw (717) 385-1196
LOWER PAXTON TWP
OPEN SUNdAy 1-4 PricES STArTiNg iN ThE $159,900
The Sadler Model 1600 SF w/3 BRs, 2.5 BAs, open kitchen w/breakfast bar, MBR w/vaulted ceiling, walk-in closet and master bath. All appliances included. directions: Rt 81S Hanover St Exit R/34S L/Light @ Chili’s R/Spring View St. to #25. Hosted by: Sandy Bare (717) 659-9488
4109 ridgEviEw rOAd, hArriSbUrg 3 iNdEPENdENcE drivE, MOUNT hOlly SPriNgS $169,900. $144,900. Great price for this 4 BR, 1.5 BA cape cod on dead end street w/ .46 acre lot. Featuring C/A, 2 car garage, fenced back yard covered patio. MLS#: 10247788 directions: Linglestown S/Colonial R/Ridgeview (across from Integrity house on L). Hosted by: daVid Walker (717) 439-7114
4 or 5 BR, 3 BA cape cod w/1914 SF. So much space but needs a little cosmetic work. Priced for a quick sale. See it today! MLS#: 10249966
OPEN SAT & SUN 1-4 PrE-cONSTrUcTiON PricES STArTiNg AT $179,900
920 PETErSbUrg rOAd, cArliSlE $229,000.
OPEN SUN 1-3 2050 brigAdE rOAd, ENOlA $269,000.
Three new styles to choose from! End units w/2 or 3 BRs & 2 car garage. Economical gas heat/hot water. FHA, VA, Conventional Financing Available. directions: From Carlisle Square Spring Road (Rt 34N) L/Creek Rd (Turkey Hill) L/Longs Gap R/Lehman’s Crossing.
Great rural setting on 1+ acres. Well cared for home w/some new flooring & paint. 3 BRs, 2.5 BAs, 1st flr laundry & 2 car gar. Finished LL. MLS#: 10246016 directions: Carlisle E/High St R/York Rd R/Petersburg Rd home on right.
Yingst Homes custom ranch. HW flrs, vaulted ceilings, cherry kitchen, Corian countertops, gas FP. 750+ SF of fin exposed LL. All appliances. MLS#: 10241671 directions: Orrs Bridge to Rt 944 into Whelan Crossing R/Brigade home on right.
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Hosted by: Janet yaw (717) 385-1196 richard boyd (717) 385-8996
OPEN SUN 1-3 359 E STrEET, cArliSlE $138,550.
directions: Carlisle Rt 34S thru Mt Holly L/Rt 94S L/Yankee Dr R/Independence.
Updated home in move in condition. Newer roof, siding & windows, remodeled kitchen w/new cabinets, countertops & appliances. 2 car garage. MLS#: 10253213 directions: Carlisle - W/High R/College L/E to home on right.
Hosted by: susan kennedy (717) 254-3205
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Simple design tips for bringing outdoor freshness into indoor spaces Brandpoint Between time spent commuting, working in the office and conquering an endless list of to-dos at home, a full day can go by without much, if any, time spent outdoors. In fact, Americans spend 90 percent or more of their time indoors according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Although it’s not always possible to increase the amount of time spent outside, it is possible to transform your interior environments allowing you to experience outdoor freshness even if you’re inside. Celebrity interior designer Thom Filicia knows the benefits of the outdoors and the importance of bringing it inside. Through his designs, he often finds ways to transform indoor spaces with touches of outdoor freshness, to create an inviting environment that stimulates all the senses. To achieve this, he offers five simple tips.
Flowers are an inexpensive way to bring the outdoor freshness inside.
1. Embrace bright colors that, when added directly to the wash cyc l e , g ive s yo u r l a u n d ry a n ex t ra boost of outdoor freshness and transforms your fabrics, allowing you to experience outdoor freshness even if you are inside! Additionally, certain fragrances like the floral based perfumes which inspired Bounce Bursts’ Outdoor Fresh 2. Transform fabrics with scent scent are known to stimulate the sensB r i n g t h e o u td o o r f re s h n e s s i n - es and improve mood and energy. side your home by washing your fabrics with new Bounce Bursts. Bounce 3. Add fresh flowers to your space By placing fresh cut flowers in your Bursts is a bead of concentrated outdoor freshness perfume ingredients favorite vase on your desk or indoor By painting your walls with a bright color, the essence and vibrancy of the outdoors can be translated inside. For those who aren’t risk takers, focusing on one accent wall or introducing bright colors through the use of throw pillows or blankets is an easy (and maybe less daunting) way to bring the outdoors indoors.
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tables, you can enjoy the scent and fabrics with Bounce Bursts for a boost beauty of the outdoors while indoors. of outdoor freshness. And don’t stress, the flowers don’t need to coordinate with the color of 5. Blur the lines your sofa or office furniture. There’s really no difference in how you decorate from indoors to out4. Mix patterns and layer materials doors, so don’t be afraid to blur the Don’t be afraid to be playful with lines. There are easy, functional and your fabrics - as adding in floral-in- beautiful ways to use outdoor items spired patterns and colors along with inside, such as placing indoor/outd o o r r u gs i n a k i tc h e n o r l a u n d r y a mix of materials, from wood to metal room, incorporating outdoor fabrics or stone, will help you evoke the feel- in your children’s playroom, or placing of being outside while lounging ing all-weather baskets next to a fireand even working indoors. Remem- place or in a living room to hold extra ber to wash linens and other washable blankets.
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Tips to help get your home ready to sell Brandpoint Listing your home for sale? Or want to? First impressions can make the difference in attracting prospective buyers. Many buyers make decisions based on emotion. To appeal to emotions, and make a positive first impression with prospective buyers, present your home at its best.
Get out the toolbox: identify and make repairs
No need to completely remodel the bathroom, but make certain you fix the leaky faucet. Consider an inspection to identify potential problems to correct before they turn away prospects. Making small repairs to sticky doors, torn screens, cracked caulk or chipped paint can create a better appearance, without breaking your budget. Install new hardware on kitchen cupboards or worn door handles to update the look.
Create the “wow-factor” with curb appeal
First impressions begin once people set their eyes on your home’s exterior view. Preparing the house to sell doesn’t have to be a difficult task. Start by pulling out your gardening gloves and clean up the landscaping ing, add final touches to make your home . Keep the lawn tidy, trim hedges, pull Highlight energy-efficient memorable. upgrades, appliances weeds, clear out leaves and debris, and Appeal to the sense of scent by using In a 2013 National Association of Home plant colorful flowers. scented candles or light air fresheners, or Builders survey, homebuyers said they simmer cinnamon sticks and orange slices most wanted energy-saving features, like Invest in exterior paint to touch in a pan of water on the stove before prothose of ENERGY STAR-rated windows up or freshen up your home’s and appliances, or an ENERGY STAR rat- spective buyers arrive. exterior.The entryway sets the stage Focus on the details, like putting flowers ing for the entire home. Include ENERfor the home, so make yours inviting. near the entry, or leaving freshly-baked GY STAR-qualified features, like energyPlace a new welcome mat outside saving windows, doors and appliances in cookies on the table to make your home your front door to greet visitors. feel more welcoming. your home’s listing. Add a bold new entry door or storm Tools to help Set the stage door from Pella. The eye-appealing style and energyAs you’re getting your home ready to sell, To prepare for an open house or showsaving benefits plus Pella brand name will be an attractive perk to buyers.
Spruce up your space: clean and de-clutter
Clean homes attract buyers. Clean, clutter-free rooms feel more spacious, so pack up extra shoes and holiday decor, then grab cleaning supplies to add the shine. Pay attention to details like bookshelves, bathrooms, closets and pantries, to make sure your home projects a sparkling clean, neat look. Depending on your climate and time of year, open the windows to breathe fresh air into the home.
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think about making improvements to help it move. Pella provides handy online design tools to envision replacement window and door options at Pella.com/news. Schedule a convenient in-home consultation to learn how easy it is to replace your windows and doors to add more curb appeal to your home. For home improvement ideas to update your current home to ready it for sale, or to build or renovate your dream home, visit the Pella Windows Pinterest page, or Pella. com/news to connect with a local Pella representative to discuss your project plans.
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The art of tackling your tile project Brandpoint
When you add a tile or natural stone surface to the kitchen or bathroom, it transforms each space with a fresh, clean and customized look. Many homeowners often dream about adding a backsplash or replacing a floor, but never complete the project because they can’t decide on the right look, become mentally exhausted by the thought of doing the project or don’t know how to accomplish it themselves. “There are simple tips designers use to plan the look and feel of a room using tile colors and patterns,” says Kirsty Froelich, design director for The Tile Shop. “Whether you want to do the tiling yourself or plan to hire someone to lay it for you, these hints will help you get the look you want with ease.” Do: Find inspiration to guide your vision — This is the fun part. Get motivated to do your project by looking for photos that catch your eye in magazines or Decorpad, get inspired with hundreds of inspirational spaces from The Tile Shop on Houzz, Instagram, Pinterest or www.tileshop.com, and start a file of your favorites. Visuals of what can be done or what has already worked for someone else are great reference for your project even if you tailor it to fit your own style. Also, try using graph paper to draw out your own geometric designs. As you gather visuals, you’ll most likely notice a similar pattern and/or shape of tile or stone materials that you’re drawn to, which can range from ceramic, porcelain and glass to marble or slate. This will help you narrow down a style of tile to use. One material that is very versatile is Travertine from The Tile Shop. It comes in a neutral color palette, perfect for using on the floor, walls, backsplash, around the fireplace or even outdoors in warmer climates. It is available in stores and for purchase online. Don’t: Go overboard — Too many patterns or colors in one space can overwhelm a room. Instead, keep things clean and simple. Do: Check your colors — Before purchasing all the materials for your project, bring samples home so you can see the colors in the space. “Store lights and the lights in your kitchen are very different, and all of the sudden, what you thought was a beige color in the store might look green in your home,” says Froelich. Also match your tile samples against other colors that will be in the room, from the paint on the walls to the granite countertop to the wooden cupboards and floor. By
The Bucak Collection from The Tile Shop is a natural stone tile made from Travertine. It is very versatile for bathroom and kitchen floors, walls, backsplashes, fireplaces or even outdoor surfaces in warm climates.
matching samples, you’ll know the finished project will result in the exact look you want. Do: Measure twice — This tip applies not only to the planning process, but also to the installation process, especially if you need to cut tile. Once you’ve measured and double-checked your measurements, don’t be afraid to have someone else repeat the process to ensure accuracy. Don’t: Ignore the details — A tile project will go from nice to stunning if you add simple finishing touches to the project. For example, Froelich recommends mitering corners for a professional look and finishing any raw edges of the space with bullnose, stone profiles or trim pieces. Do: Use resources — Take your plans, photos, sketches and any color swatches you’ve selected to The Tile Shop so your sales associate can work with you to
achieve your vision, and help you find the perfect tile for your project. Additionally, a tile setter can help you avoid common design or layout mistakes. For a final check before cutting and installation, lay out the tiles out in the place and pattern you’ve
designed so you can make any last-minute adjustments. If you’re doing the tiling yourself and need a refresher, “Once you have your design, your materials and you have tested your pattern, you’re ready to start the project,” Froelich says. “Roll up your sleeves and get started so you can enjoy your updated look for many years to come.”
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How to help daffodils make more daffodils have trouble reaching that size. The result: enough room to develop and make babies few or no blooms. (It pays, then, when pur- for a few years. With good conditions, a spoon-shaped chasing bulbs, to get large ones; they make Now that daffodil bloom time has passed, more flowers their first spring.) baby becomes a small flowering bulb after some gardeners might be wondering where a year, and in another year that small flowtheir flowers were. If some plants remained Give the bulbs more elbow room ering bulb can make two flower buds. Afall leaves, with few or no flowers, why was The obvious solution is to give each devel- ter another year, the “double-nose,” as it’s that? oping bulb more room. Dig up the bulbs and called, is making offsets of its own. It might be that overhanging trees have separate them as soon as the foliage turns made the location too shady. But the more brown. The youngest ones, the ones that Daffodil futures likely culprit is the plant’s age. have just split off from their mothers, are Daffodils like moderately rich soil that As a daffodil bulb gets older, baby bulbs, spoon-shaped. Older ones are round and, if stays moist but is not soggy. Because most called offsets, develop snuggled up against large enough, will each house a single flower bulb growth takes place after flowering, its side. You can picture this most clearly if bud, possibly two. The larger the bulbs, the let the foliage remain undisturbed until it you realize that a daffodil bulb is, essentially, better the blooms. chooses to die down, even if it’s not all that a compressed stem. That stem is the “plate” No need to plant the divided bulbs back pretty in its final throes. No tying it up or at the base of the bulb, and the leaves are the in the ground immediately. Bulb nurseries tucking it beneath other plants’ leaves eifleshy scales up and around it. store their daffodil bulbs out of the soil in a ther, as is sometimes recommended for hidJust as any stem eventually makes side cool room. It is during the summer, when ing the foliage out of sight. The leaves need branches, a bulb also, with time, “branch- the bulbs are apparently dormant, that buds light to fatten up their attendant bulbs. es.” These branches — the offsets — likewise inside the bulbs morph into flower buds. Daffodils do not need this digging and dibeget their own babies. So what you have Optimum conditions for this change in daf- viding operation every year, which is one over time is a lot of bulbs of varying sizes fodils are when storage is at 75 percent hu- reason they are among the best bulbs for packed into a very small space. midity and temperatures are around 60 de- naturalizing. Don’t begrudge them the opThe offsets won’t flower until they reach grees. Easiest, of course, is just to stick the eration when it is finally needed, for you can a certain size. If they are too crowded, they bulbs back in the ground, giving each one never have too many daffodils. By Lee Reich The Associated Press
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