While I love telling all of you about Columbia SC Real Estate, I thought it would be fun to be just a bit gluttonous. To desire what some wish to, to explore the human condition.
Today I am going to write about the most expensive houses in the Columbia SC Real Estate Market. Of course, a good number of them are Lake Murray Real Estate. That is completely obvious. Well, lets do it! Time for some fun.
While there is one more expensive than all the others, the pictures do not do it justice. That will be a topic for another day. They were taken with a normal, film camera and then scanned, yes, scanned, on a low DPI scanner. They are deplorable.
Our number two most expensive house in the Columbia SC Real Estate is Lake Murray Real Estate.
***Coming in at 8000 square feet, with 4 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 3 half baths is 116 Twelve Oaks Lane.
A stunning all brick home located in the Lexington are of Lake Murray. Featuring 310 feet of prime water front, this house is truly going to please anyone and everyone! With granite, Brazilian cherry floors, marble baths, etc etc. Covered boat storage. Can you have anything better?
Asking price $3.89 million
Coming in at Number 2 is a beautiful brick home secluded off of Mineral Springs Road. Coming in with multiple houses on the same lot, over 6500 square feet. Asking $3.5 Million
I spoke about this property the other day when I was covering the Wildewood Neighborhood in Columbia SC Real Estate.
This property weighs in at 8260 square feet with 4 beds, 4 full baths and 2 half baths.
There you go. Those are the top 3 most expensive homes in Columbia SC Real Estate. To be completely honest, I left 2 properties out. The pictures were horrible, atrocious, do I need to go on?
Tomorrow I am going to write about these properties. I am truly upset that someone would market a home like that. Not just because it is expensive, but because it is someones home. Someones most valuable asset. But hey, that is why I am different.
I believe in Marketing Columbia SC Real Estate in the best way possible. At least, that means clear pictures. From there on up, the sky is the limit.
Barry Cunningham has recently been very outspoken on pictures. Why would you not have good, clear, honest pictures of a listing? Why wouldn't you have more than 1 photo? Photos do help sell houses, and they are cheap. If an agent can't take good pictures, just pay someone $100 to take good pictures.
Sorry, I am off my soapbox for the evening, it is just I feel so strongly about marketing homes.