Monthly Archive: January 2022

Unique Home Construction Is Providing Exterior Remodeling Services To Homeowners In Seattle, WA

Unique Home Construction now provides exterior remodeling services to homeowners in Seattle, WA. These design services allow the outside of a home to look just as good as newly redesigned interiors.

Seattle, WA – Unique Home Construction is offering exterior overhauls for homes in the Seattle area in Washington. While many homeowners like to focus on having the interior of their home remodeled, the contractor shares the importance of revamping a home’s outdoor areal.

Unique Home Construction is a kitchen remodeler located in Seattle, WA. They provide many interior design services to help remodel homes and look fresh and modern.

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Exterior of house for sale in California makes people pause

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The seaside neighborhood of La Jolla, California, is known for its sophisticated high-end real estate that is a combination of historic and modern houses, with the median sale price being around $1.96 million, according to realtor.com.

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Exterior Screen grab from Zillow

There’s one particular property on the market for $2.95 million that’s causing somewhat of a stir on a popular socialmedia page thanks to its funky exterior.

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Interior Screen grab from Zillow

The five-bedroom, three-bathroom house was designed by the late San Diego architect Paul Thoryk and built in 1986. Resting in a cul-de-sac

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Convenient home in Punchbowl and newly renovated spacious studio in Waikiki

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – If you’re in the market for a new home, listen up! It’s time for Open House sponsored by First Hawaiian Bank, and now’s your chance to check out these listings.

First up, an exciting opportunity to own a 3 bedroom, 1 bath home located in the Punchbowl neighborhood close to downtown Honolulu. Imagine the possibilities, with a little remodeling, you can enjoy the open floor plan, large deck above the carport and big backyard consisting of mango and orange trees! Experience the convenience of town living, just minutes away from schools, shops, and restaurants! Schedule your private

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1st home built 100 years ago still stands

Andrea Estes, a lifelong Hoosier, has walked through several centerpiece homes at the Indianapolis Home Show. She had no idea she was living in one. 

The roots of her home, on North Emerson Avenue near East 13th Street, have been traced back 100 years to the first home show in 1922.  

“They built a small bungalow house inside one of the buildings at the fairgrounds,” said Brent Keller, vice president of Marketplace Events and a former home show manager. “It was an advertising, fun way to show people what they could have. That’s what started everything 100 years ago.” 

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