Diana's Neighborhood

Real Estate in New York & Connecticut – Won't you be my neighbor?

House For Sale – New Fairfield CT

I’d like to introduce you to my new listing

HPIM2231                                    Striking Burgundy colored Cape facing Ball Pond

A 2 bedroom ~ 1 bath Cape in New Fairfield, CT.  With new appliances, updated bath, a new well pumphardwood floors, water views of Ball Pondand just minutes to the New Fairfield Schools and shops, including the Danbury Fair Mall – Making for an easy commute, the Brewster/Patterson New York border as well as I-84 & I-684 are close by!

HPIM2196                                         Kitchen with new stainless steel appliances

HPIM2203                                             Living Room with hardwood floors and…

HPIM2211                                      A wood burning stove to help cut heating costs

HPIM2216                                          1st Floor Bedroom with hard wood floors

HPIM2220                                     2nd Floor Bedroom with hardwood floors and…

HPIM2222                                                          an Office or Nursery area

HPIM2228                                                              A Secret Garden…

HPIM2239                                                   and a Hop & a Skip to Ball Pond…

Ball Pond 004                                    where you can swim, canoe, kayak and go fishing!

    ****************CLICK to view LISTING SHEET****************

Call today for more information or to set up an appointment to view this lovely home ~ Diana ~ cell: 203-648-2619

 

August 16, 2009 Posted by | Ball Pond, Connecticut, My Life as a Realtor, My Listing, New Fairfield, Uncategorized | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Clouds for a Wintery Mix in New Fairfield, CT & Brewster, NY

snow-clouds-ashoct28                                                     ashoct28 – Flickr.com

Clouds are everywhere  – where I live in New Fairfield, CT and where I work in Brewster, NY.  We are due for a wintery mix – rain and snow which will then change over to ice.  Although, I am pleased to say,  that it doesn’t seem to stop my buyers who are looking to purchase a home.

winter-ice-takacsi75                                                                         takacsi75 – Flickr.com

and… as long as the driveways are plowed and walkways are clean to homes that we’re viewing – I’m good to go!

 shoveling-girlinthecafe                                    GIRLintheCAFE – Flickr.com

Viewing homes in the winter does have some advantages.  You can see how cozy the house is – are there drafts – or possibly rooms that are poorly heated and/or insulated.  Rooms can vary – for example those with vaulted ceilings hold all the heat high above.  Simply installing fans to draw the heat down can help.  Or, rooms that were once a porch and now enclosed, may need more insulation and so on.

enclosed-porch-plesantpointinn                                            pleasantpointinn – Flickr.com

Also, while viewing the homes property in the winter, when all the leaves and shrubs are gone, helps to see the entire acreage – along with what is neighboring the property.

view-through-the-woods-lisa-sanderson

                                                      Lisa Sanderson – Flickr.com

So, I invite all those interested in going out to view homes – in the snow – ice – cold and wind!

WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?

January 7, 2009 Posted by | Brewster, Buyers, Connecticut, First Time Home Buyers, Home, New Fairfield, NY, Snow, Southeast, Uncategorized, Winter | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment