On Tour today, I saw an extra-ordinary home for sale in Hyde Park. Every real estate agent who toured the house recognized its' exceptional attributes.
Comments included "Wow!" "Look at the woodwork!" "Check out the pocket doors!" "I love the leaded glass windows over the landing!" "Will you look at the size of the bedrooms!" "Did you notice the closet space?" "Have you seen the finished basement?" "I could move in today!" "I need to win the lottery so I can buy this house!" "This is one of the grand old Hyde Park homes - what an opportunity!" "It's even got a two car garage!" "I love the fireplace!" "Man, could I cook in this kitchen!" "I would change the appliances and counter tops but all my china would fit in the built ins!" "This is some stone house!" "Look at the view over the green-space!" "I love this neighborhood and this house is exquisite!" "This house is fabulous!" They don't build 'em like this anymore!"
Every agent who came through the house made positive exclamations about the home. You may not realize how extraordinary this is but just imagine a bunch of people who see houses every day as part of their job.
Do you think maybe a home would have to be exceptional to elicit this kind of enthusiasm from Every Single One of Them?
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