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Our next door neighbor at 3214 Radiance Road is a very nice woman. When we first met, she asked if we were going to cut down the tree in the back yard. She had tried to work with the previous owners and had not succeeded. At that point, we had taken possession of the house, but not even thought about any tree removal. She then started lobbying our friend Ron Burrell. She would like to see the cherry tree come down and offered to pay half the cost. Ron made a phone call, and the tree disappeared.
The basement at 3214 Radiance, Louisville KY is a blank canvass. The Dobbs Team let their imagination go to work held in check somewhat by their pocketbook. We had seen the next door neighbor’s basement in Highgate Springs and received a couple of good ideas. The first was to add a full bathroom using ceramic tile on the shower and ceramic tile on the walls around the bathtub. The basement bathroom is actually going to be larger than the main floor bathroom. Here is a shot of the full bathroom that we are adding. The 6” vertical pipe to the (0 comments)
The Dobbs Team’s venture with flipping a house at 3214 Radiance in Louisville is well under way. Highgate Springs is a pretty nice area of town with most of the homes in very good shape and yards that are well kept.
The first order of business was ordering a dumpster to start the demolition process. The damaged floor in the living room was among the first things to go as the odor of dog urine was pretty strong in the house. There was tarpaper between the hardwood and the subfloor and this protected the subfloor from any smells. This (0 comments)
I was expecting 505 Watkins Glen Way to be like most of the houses in the community of Elk Creek, KY.My clients had told me that they had made several improvements since their purchase 4 years ago.As I drove up to their home, the landscaping jumped out.They have planted over 100 trees and shrubs.The lot lines were made into a natural fence of evergreens. There are trees scattered all around from fruit trees to willow trees.I can just imagine how it will look in 10 years when these trees get some growth and are bearing fruit.
The Dobbs Team is on a new venture and has purchased a house with the intention of flipping.No, not upside down; a complete remodel and future sale.We have worked on houses in the past while we lived in them, but never with the express purposes to just make money.
I had one of my friends in the construction business give me a call on a property in Highgate Springs that needed a lot of work.Jo and I went over to meet the owners and check it out.
The sellers had owned the house since 1965 and raising their (0 comments)
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