Stunning Split-Contemporary!

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Home Stager with Glastonbury Home Staging

My company, Glastonbury Home Staging,  was recently hired by Pristine Mortgage of Glastonbury, CT to stage this newly renovated split contemporary. It has a great open floor concept that is perfect for today's lifestyle. It is almost like new construction. It has a completely new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, newly remodeled bathrooms, new tile floors, new hardwood floors, new light fixtures, new carpeting and all freshly painted! it has 2 custom fireplaces and a heated sunroom. It is move-in ready.

The listing agent for this property is Tom Evans, Century 21 Clemens & Sons Realty, (860) 659-4000, TommyEvans@aol.com

 

I really love staging vacant properties, there's nothing like a blank canvas!  Take a look:

 

Glastonbury Home Staging is a full service staging company. We stage vacant and model homes as well as owner occupied. We provide redesign services for both residential and business spaces. Call us today to help you sell your listing faster and for more money. (860) 368-9120

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Rainmaker
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Donna Schoby
Liberty Bank of Arkansas - Bentonville, AR

Beautiful! I love the color scheme that you used.

February 20, 2009 10:15 PM #1
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Susan Peters
Dove Realty Inc. - Seattle, WA
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Hi Rhonda,

This is a beautiful staging job and I especially love the living room. I'm just curious.  You said you were hired by the mortgage company. Was this a short sale or a foreclosed property?

 

February 20, 2009 11:22 PM #2
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Wanda Richards
Shows Great Home Staging and Web Solutions - Roanoke, VA
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Beautiful staging!  I love your inventory and that fireplace is wonderful.

February 21, 2009 05:16 AM #3
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Cindy Griffith
First Fruit Holdings - Lawrenceville, GA

Everything looks amazing!  Really shows off the homes features.  I absolutley love the color scheme in the bathrooms!!!!

BTW, there is a typo on the master bedroom page...it should say "ceiling".

Keep up the awesome work!

February 21, 2009 08:29 AM #4
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Rhonda Hay Rawlins
Glastonbury Home Staging - Glastonbury, CT

Donna, Thanks for your comments. The color of the sofa is salmon. The brick in the fireplace was a little tricky to work with, it was a little  bit orange, not quite terra cotta, not rust or brown. But, overall I thought this choice was a good complement to the brick.

February 21, 2009 01:42 PM #5
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Rhonda Hay Rawlins
Glastonbury Home Staging - Glastonbury, CT

Susan, thanks for your feedback. The living room is quite dramatic with the windows and fireplace, so I tried to keep that going with the color and art. It was not a short sale or foreclosure, it was an investment property.

February 21, 2009 01:44 PM #6
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Rhonda Hay Rawlins
Glastonbury Home Staging - Glastonbury, CT

Wanda, thanks so much for your comments. I was able to use some of my current inventory, but I did shop quite a bit for this house because of the color scheme I wanted to use. I was lucky to find just what I was hoping for.....isn't it great when you find just what you have in mind?

February 21, 2009 01:47 PM #7
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Rhonda Hay Rawlins
Glastonbury Home Staging - Glastonbury, CT

Cindy, hey thanks for the good proofreading!  I corrected my typo, I posted this way too late last night and was too tired to catch it, so thanks.  You know I am loving that color scheme I used in the bathroom as well, I might just have to redo my own bathroom now. Oh, well it's an occupational hazard isn't it?

February 21, 2009 01:50 PM #8
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