2090 N Tuweap Dr. #2 St George Utah | St George Utah Pool Home w/Views

2090 N Tuweap Dr. #2 St George Utah | St George Utah Pool Home w/Views
Exquisite home with Entrada style architecture and details, but no high Entrada HOA fees! 3 bedr0oms with ensuite baths, open floor plan, large living room, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite and a gorgeous backyard oasis with your own private pool and extra large spa. Built in outdoor kitchen, electric awning and all furnishings are being included in the sale (with the exception of a few personal items) Call Erika for details, 435-229-8801 

Exquisite Southwestern Style Home w/Private Pool

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$469,900
Single Family Home
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3 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Lot: 0.07 acre(s)
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2090 N Tuweap Dr. #2
St George, UT 84770
USA

Erika Rogers Erika Rogers

ReMax First Realty
(435) 229-8801
erikarogersrealtor@gmail.com
http://www.relocatetosunnystgeorge.com

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DIY Halloween Décor Tips

 

Halloween Decor Tips

DIY Halloween Décor Tips

Halloween is just around the corner. It’s time for everyone to dress up as ghouls and goblins to scare those around us. It’s also time for you to show off your Halloween décor. Therefore, I have some do-it-yourself tips that you’ll be proud to show off to your family, friends and neighbors. Halloween is the perfect time for crafts that can really stand out

DIY Halloween Décor Tips

* Trick out the entrance of your home with old gardening hand tools. You can create a creep show of hands that your guests will not forget.

* Create a festive holiday entrance for your trick-or-treaters by using old food cans. Use old/recycled cans of various shapes and sizes to create a candlelight entrance.

* Create a giant spider or several giant spiders using inexpensive PVC pipe. You will need webbing to give it extra character.

* Turn your front door into a spooky entrance by creating a creepy knocker on your door. You just need faux bones, screws and black paint.

* Create a creepy door mat using a plain coir mat, a stencil template and black spray paint. Spray skeleton feet on the mat.

* Use your pumpkins to create Halloween luminaries. Drill holes all around the pumpkin and place colored lights inside to create a sophisticated jack-o’-lantern.

* Make your own gothic wreath. Use black spray paint, Styrofoam, and black cable ties. Use a black raven if you can find one for added creepiness.

* Place tombstones around your lawn to extend an unearthly welcome to Halloween.

* Use old clothes to make scarecrows. Take your old shirts and pants and stuff them with newspaper, wheat straw or plastic bags. A broom stick up the back will help support each scarecrow. Create the head with brown paper bags that you can add ears, mouth, eyes and nose to. A hat is the perfect item to top it all off.

* Create scary characters to loom in your windows. Use cardboard or heavy construction paper to cut out scary, life size characters. Your cut outs should be approximately 30 to 40 inches tall for a life like affect.

These DIY Halloween Décor tips are brought to you by: Erika Rogers – your real estate leader in St. George, UT and surrounding communities specializing in new construction, golf course communities, gated communities, 55+ adult communities, St. George luxury real estate, and foreclosures in all Southern Utah communities.

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Easy Home Improvements to Sell Your House

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Easy Home Improvements to Sell Your House

Contrary to popular belief, not all home upgrades and home improvements require years of savings. It’s easy to think that home improvements and upgrades cost thousands when you see magazines with bathroom remodels for $15,000 or new windows for $8,000. Kitchen upgrades can run even more. However, I have some home improvement tips that will enhance your home’s value without emptying your wallet. It will help you sell your home faster too. These small projects can add instant value while making your life more pleasant and manageable.

Easy home improvement tips:

Lighting – Lighting can make any room appear larger if you use good modern lighting. So, change your old fashioned fixtures with up-to-date lighting fixtures and energy efficient bright bulbs for the best results. You can find popular styles at your local home improvement store or on online. Look for lighting trends such as bronze and copper fixtures. If you choose chandeliers or pendants for your dining room or kitchen, it will give the room an instant elegant feel.

You can expect to spend anywhere from $50 to $1,000 for new lighting fixtures. You can also spray your current fixtures for as little as $20.

Entrance – One of the most popular and effective ways to update the look of your home from the street view is to make your front entrance more attractive. You can replace the front door with a new solid door with contemporary fittings and locks. Or, you can just paint your current door and add up-to-date handles. You can also add potted plants and a new exterior light that makes the entranceway pop.

You can expect to spend $30 to $1,000 on sprucing up your entranceway.

Bathroom – You can modernize your bathroom for less than $2,000. That money can go a long way in a small bathroom. You can replace your out-of-date toilet and sink, add new lighting fixtures, paint the room, upgrade the mirror and add tile.

You can expect to spend $100 to $2,000 upgrading your bathroom.

Cleaning – A clean house enhances the look of any home and it can make your life more pleasant. You can do a heavy duty cleaning yourself or have a professional come in and do it for you. A carpet cleaner may also be in need. Just make sure they can clean your home from ceiling to floors including baseboards and windows.

You can expect to spend $100 to $500 depending on how much of the work you do yourself.

You can do these home improvements one at a time or all at once. Just set aside a couple of weekends if you plan on doing them all.

These home improvement tips are brought to you by: Erika Rogers – your real estate leader in St. George, UT and surrounding communities specializing in new construction, golf course communities, gated communities, 55+ adult communities, St. George luxury real estate, and foreclosures in all Southern Utah communities.

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For more information on this and other St George area homes, please visit my St George real estate website here.

 

Also posted at: http://stgeorgeutahrealestateforsale.com/2014/10/easy-home-improvements-to-sell-your-house/