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August 2014    

Real Estate News from Carol Woodard

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It seems that summer is over - even if the calendar says we have a few more days! This month's article gives three ways to fix leaky windows.

My featured home this month is a beautiful custom home in Avon Lake.  


And this month, the Trivia Closet features some fall fun - corn mazes, pumpkin patches and apple orchards.         


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Featured Home  
32391 Regency Court, Avon Lake


Click here for the virtual tour: 32391 Regency Court


You are cordially invited to a home that will exceed all of your expectations! Entertain friends, family and business associates with understated elegance in this four-bedroom, three-bath Colonial. The attention to detail in this gracious, one-of-a-kind home will make every occasion a pleasure. The main level master suite includes a separate office/den or nursery which leads into the gorgeous two-story family room. Main level also includes a second bedroom with full bath, living room, dining room, kitchen and breakfast room, and the laundry room. On the second level you will find two large bedrooms adjoining a Jack and Jill bath with two separate vanity areas. The fully-finished lower level has a rec room with serving bar, home theater area, work-out room, hobby/craft workshop and full bath. Outdoors, established shade trees surround lush gardens that include a gazebo, water feature and private atrium with hot tub. Heated and insulated, the side-turned, three-car garage also features additional workshop space, pull-down storage access and a floor drain. List of extensive upgrades and renovations is available upon request.   


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Taking care of a leaky window

Got Leaky Windows? 3 Low-Cost Tips to Fix Them

I used to hang an extra woolly robe in my bathroom because my post-shower route took me past a window so drafty it made me wonder about the etymology of "window." Turns out it comes from the Anglo-Saxon "vindr" and "auga," which translates as "wind eye." How appropriate. Read 

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Fall Fun     


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 Corn Mazes           




Pumpkins and Hay
    Pumpkin Patches  

Ohio Apple Orchards

 Apple Orchards    



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RE/MAX Crossroads Properties

19322 Detroit Road /Rocky River, OH 44116