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Three bed, two bath AND a study! This charming well maintained home located in the Sonoma Lakes community in Edmond Public Schools is a must see! The open kitchen, dining, and living room provide the perfect space for entertaining friends & family. Living room features new wood look tile flooring, a custom built fireplace and darling built-ins. Kitchen boasts a brick archway over the electric cooktop, has a spacious pantry & plenty of cabinet space. The master bedroom includes an en suite bathroom complete with double vanities, whirlpool bathtub, & gorgeous updated glass shower as well as a large walk-in closet. Two secondary bedrooms and bathroom off hallway ensures privacy for guests. Backyard offers plenty of room. The storage building on west side

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Rich in history 1935 Crown Heights Tudor. The property possesses an artful balance of historic elegance and modern amenities. This home has two living spaces, perfect for formal and informal gatherings, a live-in basement media room with custom built-in cabinets and bar, new custom bathroom, laundry, and additional storage. The large dining room opens to the updated kitchen with quartz countertops and copper farmhouse sink. The second floor features a loft space that's perfect for a home office and a large master bedroom with ample walk-in closet, sitting area, and retreat-like master bath. Two additional downstairs bedrooms and a full bath are on the main floor. The new gate on drive provides access to garage and parking. Private backyard with

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The generational divide has officially hit the real estate market

As baby boomers look forward to downsizing and simplifying their lives, millennials are gearing up to purchase their first starter homes. The only problem? Younger homeowners think baby-boomer houses are too big.

According to Business Insider, millennials aren’t interested in buying the large, five- or six-bedroom McMansion homes their predecessors built 15 or so years ago when ornate crown molding, damask prints, and sleigh beds were all the rage.

“Tastes—and access to credit—have shifted dramatically since the early 2000s,” reports Candace Taylor of the Wall Street Journal. “These days, buyers of all ages eschew the large, ornate houses built in those years in favor of

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Gorgeous home in the Windmill Farms neighborhood in Choctaw/Nicoma Park school district. Very well maintained with custom woodwork throughout that won't disappoint! Open living with a gas fireplace, open dining and kitchen. Kitchen has granite countertops, stainless appliances and a walk-in pantry. Split floor plan with the master bedroom and office (optional 4th bedroom) on one side and secondary bedrooms on the other side of the house. Master bedroom has a trayed ceiling and master bath has a double vanity sink with granite countertops, walk-in-shower, deep jetted whirlpool tub and a large master closet. All bedrooms have ceiling fans and plenty of storage throughout. Large backyard that has access directly to the neighborhood playground and

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Luxury Living with a Phenomenal Downtown View! This modern 2 bed, 2.5 bath condo with 2 accessible balconies, Overlooks the downtown skyline and is centrally located off NW Expressway. You are minutes away from I-44, Broadway Extension & Lake Hefner Parkway. This iconic structure is a staple piece in Oklahoma City and Nationally Preserved on the List of Historic Places. Amenities include: 24/ 365 front Concierge, limited access security surrounding the building. Indoor/outdoor salt water pool, hot tub, fitness area and rec. room for personal use/entertaining.Two reserved parking spaces within the gated, monitored parking garage with a covered walk way, entering the building. Condo features stainless steel appliances, granite throughout, beautiful

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Great Investment or First Time Home Buyer Opportunity! This 3 Bed, 2 bath home sits on a quiet cul-de-sac street and is conveniently close to both I-35 and I-240. Ceramic tile throughout the home, two car garage and covered porch in the back. Large master bedroom featuring oversized vanity with sitting station and standing shower. Currently occupied with tenants, 24 hour notice required for viewing. Property is being sold AS IS.

Listed by the Mary Hatch Group with Cheri Rollins

email: phone: 405.512.4577

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Welcome home! This vintage charmer has been beautifully reimagined with thoughtful updates while still preserving that old home charm that we all love so much. With 4 bedrooms, 2.1 bathrooms and 2 living spaces, there is plenty of room for entertaining and ample flexibility to fit your lifestyle. There have been so many thoughtful updates including new tile, paint, fixtures, quartz counters, appliances, landscaping, driveway and roof to name a few. An ideal location minutes from the highway, shopping and some of the city's best restaurants. From the luxury of a new kitchen and baths to the character of the refinished hardwoods and stone fireplace, this home truly combines the best of old + new.

Listed by Michelle Henderson with Dwell Urban Real

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If there's one perfect moment to update your home, it's at the start of a new decade. After 10 years of the same old, same old, now is the time to roll on one of the top paint colors, refresh the heart of your home, or simply add a new piece of art to your gallery wall. And if you want to make a serious statement this year, then try incorporating one of the hottest home decor trends of 2020.

From navy paint and floral wallpaper to colored cabinets and free-standing tubs, these are the 2020 home decor trends that experts can't wait to see. Whether you love trends or will typically go to great lengths to avoid them, there are bound to be a few ideas on our list that you'll adore (and will continue to adore into the next decade).

1. Vintage

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The perfect home is hard to come by in this market, which sometimes results in buying a fixer-upper to be able to customize the home to your liking within a desired budget.

Zillow has three reasons why you should live in your newly bought home for a while before taking on any major renovations.

1. Living in the home can change your mind

You may have grand visions for what you’d like to do to a home, based on its condition and your priorities at the time you buy it. But until you’re actually living there, it’s difficult to know exactly how you’ll use the house, what will work for you and what won’t.

Ultimately, it’s this day-to-day experience that will inform your home improvement decisions, instead of early notions of how you want your

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Home shoppers might be wondering what are comps? Homes are unlike the majority of other things people buy in that the price isn't set in stone. Sure, the listing might include an "asking price," but as this term suggests, that's just a request rather than a hard, unwavering demand. And that's why comps are so important. So what exactly are comps?

Short for housing "comparables," comps are a way to help you figure out what a home is worth based on the recent sales prices of similar properties in the area. Home sellers (and their real estate agents) use comps to help them come up with their asking price, while buyers can use comps to come up with how much to offer. As such, it's an important concept for both buyers and sellers to master.

Here are

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