Garage Versus Tree

Garage Versus Tree

The other day I encountered a tree that was growing into the nearby garage. It’s difficult to see from the picture, but the branch is actually growing around the gutter and is beginning to dent it. Not an ideal situation, and presumably it will only get worse. Maybe I watched a little too much college basketball over the past month, but my first thought was to wonder if this is a blocking foul or a

94 Brookside Drive, West Hartford

This lovely ranch offers a wonderful opportunity for one floor living in a serene, private setting. The home has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths over 2,064 sqft. A warm, welcoming brick exterior offers low maintenance and charm. Inside you’ll find a combination living room and dining room with a wood burning fireplace, perfect for your gatherings of family and friends. The kitchen is updated and provides space for working and eating. An oversized family room

Not All Garages Are Created Equal

When I’m working with a buyer, one of the things they are frequently looking for is a home with a garage. Typically they don’t care if the garage is attached to the house or detached. They just want to have a garage. Most buyers think they will park their car in the garage. Buyers are always curious why many of the garages we see are filled with stuff, but no cars. Lawn mowers, bikes, sports