I hope your Memorial Weekend was well spent. I spent mine in Citrus Heights at a baseball tournament with my husband and younger son, watching my son's tournament team get soundly beaten on Saturday. Still, the tenacity of those young ball players and their faith in each other is inspiring and ultimately, the real lesson any team sport teaches us.
Real Estate is also a team sport in many respects and it too requires faith and tenacity.
I took a listing this week that has been on the market here in Piedmont for several months, but because I was able to rely on a strong "in-house" team of professionals, the home and its marketing were completely reinvigorated in the space of one week: www.324seaview.com. When the challenge is to bring buyers back, it's not just about getting it done, but getting it done with finesse!
To that end, please join me this Thursday evening from 6:30-8:00 PM for a "special viewing" of my newest listing at 324 Sea View Avenue. This Romantic Mediterranean Retreat, features a tiled courtyard entry with French doors, grand formal living and dining rooms with beamed ceilings, modern kitchen, handsome library, 3bdrms/3.5 bths and gardens of blooming roses, lavender and Japanese Maples. For more, go to www.324seaview.com Catering: Food Art
Acoustical Guitar: Dylan DiMartini
Staging: Studio D
Guest Architect: Ahmad Mohazab of Tecta Associates.
Come and enjoy this truly special home. Even if you have seen it before, you are going to want to see it again and feel free to bring along a friend!
Julie Gardner, has been writing The Perspective for 15 years and has published more than 600 essays. She is also a frequent contributor to the Sound Off column in the Real Estate section of The San Francisco Chronicle.