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UPROOTING your home & garden

Good news for gardeners who can't bear leaving their precious plants behind in a move to a new residence

Homebuyers searching for their next property are more likely than ever to purchase a house that also comes with a garden. Attractively developed landscapes add considerable value to the worth of a property.What if you are selling your home and facing the prospect of leaving your beautiful garden behind? Is . . .…

Renovation & Design - HOP creating happy homeowners in West End

HOP creating happy homeowners in West End

At long last, Housing Opportunity Partnership is back building homes in the city's West End."It's been a while, " said HOP's president, Lori Thorsteinson. "I believe we finished our last home on McGee Street back in early 2013. Now that we finally have our funding from the provincial government, we're . . .…

Renovation & Design - Decorate nursery with painted fabrics

Decorate nursery with painted fabrics

One of the most joyous of all decorating projects can be a nursery. This room represents both a starting point and a safe haven for a newborn. My advice about how to furnish and decorate this room is to go with colors and patterns your own inner child loves. When I . . .…

Renovation & Design - Vinyl best for a maintenance-free deck

Vinyl best for a maintenance-free deck

Is there such a thing as a maintenance-free deck? The answer is that it depends on your definition of maintenance-free. After I wrote two columns on cedar and treated-wood decks -- both of which need to be re-stained every two years -- a reader sent me a query asking whether . . .…

Renovation & Design - Fix unruly brows and hazy hardwoods

Fix unruly brows and hazy hardwoods

QUESTION: I love your column and your ability to communicate with your readers. I have a kitchen hint and a puzzling question for you. Hint: If you like stuffed green olives (like I do), don't throw away the brine. Cut some carrot sticks (not too thinly) and put them in . . .…

Family-friendly move-up

Signature design offers style and value

Truth be told, few young families looking for a move-up home can comfortably afford a luxuriously appointed 2, 500-square-foot home. Which is why Signature Homes created the Duffrin II, said the company's sales representative for Bridgwater Lakes, Maximum Realty's Jeff McArthur. "Originally, this plan started out at 2, 600 sq. ft. (with . . .…

New Homes - Flair and function

Flair and function

Oak Bluff West home offers wow factor with practicality

A s a new-home builder, you want to find a way to encourage would-be homebuyers to look at your designs. One of the ways to do that is to make a design so striking it's hard to resist having a look. At the same time, it's also necessary to balance the . . .…

New Homes - Clean and classy

Clean and classy

Custom builders hit the mark with bright and spacious condos

These days, everyone seems to want to own a home - whether it's a single family home, or condo - in the Waverley West area. While that area is extremely popular --and deservedly so -- there's another area a bit farther east in St. Norbert (just south of the Perimeter Highway) . . .…

New Homes - Maximum livability

Maximum livability

Clever design details add space and light

There's a singular reason why bi-level cab-over designs remain popular with families.That reason is none other than function. With four distinct levels -- the basement, an expansive foyer situated seven steps below the main level, the main level (front-oriented dining room, great room, bedroom wing with two bedrooms and four-piece . . .…

New Homes - Building on strengths

Building on strengths

Randall's Hillcrest incorporates others homes' positives

One of the keys to staying relevant as a new homebuilder is to keep learning from previous designs.That's because as good as one design might be, it can always be modified to make it better. Turns out, 15 Grey Owl Place -- a brand-new design called the Hillcrest -- is . . .…

Resale Homes - Peace and privacy

Peace and privacy

La Salle home offers space and serenity near the city

As convenient as city life is, one thing doesn't always come with it, (OK, make that two): space and serenity. Deep down, you know there's the possibility of coming home to neighbours having a party accompanied by loud music -- or, perish the thought, some inconsiderate soul revving their Harley or . . .…

Resale Homes - Sold & offered

Sold & offered

SOLD: Riverbend Address: 23 Endcliffe Pl. Asking Price: $399, 900 Sold Price: $395, 000 Taxes: $5, 160.87 Square Footage: 1, 626 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3 Lot Size: 42 x 109 Listing Agents: Michael & Kathy Hrechka, Sutton Group K.R.E., 204-475-9130 Selling Agent: Laura Hue, Royal Lepage D.R.E., 204-989-5000   SOLD: Norwood Flats Address: 253 Kitson St. Asking price $269, 900 Sold Price $269, 900 Taxes: $2, 296.36 Square Footage: . . .…

Resale Homes - Relaxing in Riverview

Relaxing in Riverview

Home's neighbourhood quiet yet close to amenities

Ask prospective homeowners which neighbourhoods they'd most like to live in, and you almost always get the same answer. As you might have suspected, the neighbourhoods that are most often mentioned are (in no particular order) Crescentwood, Charleswood, River Heights and (if you possess the financial wherewithal) Tuxedo. You can add . . .…

Resale Homes - On the Seine

On the Seine

Spacious condo perfect for empty-nesters

Condominium living is attractive, but it can come with a downside: a lack of living and storage space.Equally important is how a suite is laid out. If a floor plan isn't logical, it doesn't matter how much space there is because it hasn't been used properly.A unit with adequate storage . . .…

Resale Homes - Contemporary twist

Contemporary twist

River Heights home is best of both worlds for buyers wanting both an old neighbourhood and a new house

As alluring as River Heights' centrality and beauty is, there's a downside to acquiring a home in the area. That downside is that you'll likely be laying out your hard-earned dollars for a home that's somewhere in the neighbourhood of 60 to 100 years old. And the reality of such . . .…

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