This Crescent Oak home’s design takes every advantage of bringing the Florida sunshine, in. Windows are edged in arched frames; from the spectacular transom above the entry doors, to the formal dining room’s picture window. Both the formal living room and master bedroom feature sliders to the pool and screened lanai that’s shaded by leafy greenery for an oasis-effect. Alongside the family room’s sliders is a unique glass-enclosed alcove. The breakfast nook displays a large, plate-glass window beside a set of sliders through which fresh breezes billow and natural light filters. Built on a conservation lot measuring approximately 1.44 acres with 4 Bedrooms, 3 baths, and a 3 Car Garage, this is one of THE most sought-after gated communities along the East Lake Corridor. The brilliantly maintained community is amenity-rich and picture perfect. A huge reflection pool, accented with sparkling fountains, reveals the stately entrance and sentry station to welcome your guests. Beyond the wrought iron gates are the tennis courts, as well as the expansive Crescent Oaks Country Club with its fine and casual dining, pro shop, banquet and conference rooms, and exquisite veranda; all with views of the championship 6,865-yard, 18-hole golf course, designed by golf course architect Steve Smyers. With updates like a NEW ROOF and NEW AC in 2015, you’ll enjoy the private retreat created by the split bedroom floor plan, the open kitchen’s breakfast nook/bar/closet pantry, & a family room made cozy by its tile-faced fireplace.
Wrought iron gates & curved paving stones introduce the stately entrance to prestigious Presidents Landing where you’ll find this comfortably elegant 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 3 car garage 3225 sf residence with home office.
Along with graceful landscaping, an exquisite inlaid tile walkway is framed in shrubbery and accented with uplighting that leads to a stunning portico & double entrance doors.
Inside, a triple tray ceiling welcomes you to gleaming hardwood floors that shine throughout the family room, kitchen & dining room; while crown molding, arched doorways & wood plantation shutters throughout highlight the space.
Lush carpeting adorns the formal living room. The open kitchen is dressed in new granite counter tops that match the center island & the walk-through butler’s pantry that offers storage for every occasion along with built-in wine & stemware racks.
The new stove & range are seamlessly integrated built-ins surrounded by impeccably finished cabinetry. Connected to the adjacent breakfast room is the spacious family room that boasts a cozy fireplace & media center niche along with sliders to the sparkling pool & lanai.
This ideal lanai is like having a private resort on your own island; located on a conservation pond, the pool has a new salt system, upgraded spa heater & a Pebble Tec finish.
Luxurious pavers outfit the pool & spa while a surround sound system sets the tone for entertaining or brings ambiance to relaxing weekends.
Topped with a tile roof, new hot water heater, new water softener & newer air conditioner, this home is a palace.
In public speaking, rule number one is: “Know Your Audience.” In Trinity home sales, rule number one is: “Know Your Competition.”
In good markets and in bad, effective East Lake Trinity real estate agents have in-depth knowledge of the elements that need to combine to sell a home. They make recommendations so the property receives every advantage to stand out in its price range. They watch the activity and the data on all the “recent solds” so their clients remain ahead of the curve. They provide concrete reasons why the home needs to be priced as it needs to be priced.
Understand that the market dictates the sale price. And while you don’t want to sell yourself short, don’t reject the first offer that a buyer makes. You need to work with your local Trinity real estate Realtor to respond with an appropriate counter offer.
The first bid a buyer presents is typically not the highest one; they are usually testing the waters. If they are making an offer they are interested in your home, they’re just trying to get a good deal; and the art of the deal is founded on the art of negotiation.
Selling a home can be a very emotional experience. But you can’t take an offer personally; you need to look at your home as a commodity and approach it as a business transaction.