NINE ACRES OF PERFECT LAND for horses, kids and pets – ready now to become your mini-farm with a heated 2-story, 2-stall barn & lush pastures – located on the north side of beautiful, rural Zionsville within minutes of all the schools. In-ground pool, screened porch & lovely interior updates make this well-maintained home a smart buy. New roof (house & barn) ’08, high efficiency mechanicals in execellent condition, total renovation of master suite, hardwood flrs, miles of kitchen cabinets & countertops, dry/unfinished basement for excellent storage and an overall great curb appeal make this an easy buy with zero worries. A must see!
If space is what you need, look no further! This GIANT home is clean and ready immediately, with a large yard that backs up to a wooded area, big bedrooms and HUGE kitchen and living areas to host all your family activities. With new flooring, fashionable paint choices, a full appliance package and a low-maintenance design inside and out, this one is an easy and quick move-in with a motivated seller who says “BRING OFFER”. Location is close to Eagle Creek, with easy highway access, in BROWNSBURG SCHOOLS. Neighborhood offers pool, playgrounds, trails and parks with low HOA dues.
The Cravens wanted to buy Morningside Dr, but they couldn’t until their home on Karen Dr was sold. The purchase of their dream home was as frozen as the ground in February when they put their home on the market, hoping for a quick sale that would enable them to make a quick purchase. The home they longed for happened to be Jennifer’s listing, and it just so happened that Jennifer was working with a buyer, seeking exactly what the Cravens’ house offered. “Perfect,” Jennifer thought, as she made a phone call to arrange the showing. And before long, the sale was made. Karen Dr. was sold. The Cravens got to buy Morningside Dr. And the Morningside sellers got to buy their dream home. Jennifer admits that the month of April was one of the most stressful in her career, as all three of these properties worked through their respective inspections and appraisals; each sale dependent on the prior for it to work. A a yeoman’s effort and a lot of sleepless nights resulted in a huge sense of accomplishment for Jennifer and a great tale for the next office sales meeting.
Ryan and Pamela had been on the hunt for a new home for over a year. They were close to giving up, but their current house was sold, temporary housing was not really an option for their pets… A move loomed with time running out. They didn’t want to settle for an “OK” house; they wanted a new home they could enjoy for years to come that would make all the effort of selling their current house worthwhile, and they were literally in the 11th hour of the deadline to avoid being homeless when 8107 Scarborough Court popped onto the market. Jennifer had them in it before the pictures were even posted online, and it was “THE ONE!” Everything about it was perfect, from the pool to the price! And they bought it immediately. The dual closings of their sale and purchase will remain as one of the biggest accomplishments Jennifer has earned in her decade in the real estate profession. She will always remember the sheer joy around the table as two buyers and two sellers traded keys andsmiles with a twinkle in their eyes, looking forward to their big moves.
Ryan and Pamela wanted to downsize from his childhood home and start a family in a new home that felt more like “ours” vs “mine.” Much work had to be done to prepare Morningside for the market, and Jennifer was called in to guide that process. Absolutely nothing had been listed or sold in the neighborhood in recent years, so pricing was a challenge. And the market was frustratingly quiet when they were finally ready to go live for showings in July 2011. After several months on the market, 35 inconvenient showings under their belts, and lots of disappointments, their patience was waning. To complicate matters, they hadn’t found their “dream home” yet, and they were frustrated and tired. Jennifer helped to keep them focused, recommended price adjustments along the way, and never gave up on the hunt for their new home. And finally, on one snowy Sunday in February, the buyer for their stately family home was found at an open house. Negotiations commenced, a sale was secured, and the hunt was on. Ryan and Pamela’s story is more a trilogy than one, short story… but after a lot of harrowing cliff hangers and never-ending drama, that chapter was closed in early May, and Ryan and Pamela are the heroes!
Tara had been dreaming of her first home for years. As her career evolved with a few nice promotions, the dream became an opportunity, and she and Jennifer began the hunt. Tara wanted a safe community with a pool and zero maintenance that was close to work, so Jennifer suggested Centennial in southern Westfield. Turns out they didn’t have to search long. Tara fell in love with the FIRST townhome they walked into. They looked at a couple more, just to be sure, but everything from that point on was compared to that outstanding, fashionable, brand new condo. And so, the negotiations commenced and the sale pended. The walkthrough with the builder was scheduled, lights were selected, the furniture shopping began. And on a Friday morning in April, Tara became another happy home owner, and Jennifer was reminded once again that good things come to those who wait.
When Chuck & Logan found this little piece of paradise on a Sunday drive two years ago, they were certain it was to be their “forever home.” (Jennifer will always chuckle at the memory of that random, exuberant call one sunny Saturday afternoon: “Jen, we have to buy this house!”) But careers evolved, a baby was born, and a job in Ohio materialized that just could not be turned down. As much as they adored their architecturally awesome home and acreage filled with fruit trees, Cincinnati beckoned, and Jennifer was called in to do the dirty work of selling it for them in preparation for their move. This time the call was not so enthusiastic. ‘Twas a sad day for Jennifer to hear her beloved clients were moving away, but she was honored to be trusted with the challenge. The price was set, the marketing rolled out, an open house was scheduled, and her buyers were found at that very first open house. A week later, the house was under contract at great terms, the closing date was set, an extraordinarily convenient rent-back was arranged for Chuck and Logan through June, and they were able to buy the next “forever home” in Ohio. Jennifer wonders: “how long is “forever” when it comes to housing?”