Thursday, April 3, 2014

Open House: 30 Deake Street, Sunday April 6, 11:00-3:00

Please join us for an Open House, this Sunday!  Only steps from Willard Beach, this house is listed at $499,000.  It includes 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and many, many new features.  The entire 2nd floor is new and includes a Master Suite, 2nd floor laundry, plus 2 more bedrooms and a full bath.  The first floor includes an open concept floor plan as well as an additional bedroom/office and a full bath.

We're still finishing up some odds and ends, but we should be ready by Sunday.  I'll get more 'before and after' photos out soon, but here's a sampling of the finished space:


First Floor:

1st Floor Bedroom or Office 
1st Floor Full Bath
2nd Floor - Master Suite
Master Suite includes cathedral ceilings, sitting area and water glimpses

The Master Bath has a large, walk in shower, marble mosaic floors and a stackable laundry
Master Suite Walk In Closet with Custom Storage

Kids Rooms:

Large bedroom with built in dresser & window seat
2nd Floor Hall Bath
And best of all - the location.  Deake Street ends at Willard Beach and Fisherman's Point.  Just a few short steps and you see these beautiful vistas!  I took these photos yesterday - it looks like spring is here!
End of Deake Street - Fort Gorges and Spring Point Lighthouse
Deake Street leads to the Path to Fisherman's Point

View of Portland Head Light from Fisherman's Point
Of course there's more - but I'll save that for the next post.  Hope to see you Sunday!

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  1. Magnificent! You guys did a fantastic job, hope your open house goes well and that you get a quick sale! Cathy @ Room Rx

  2. Great Job! Good luck on Sunday! Mary in NY

  3. Hope your open house went well!!
    What color did you use on the first floor?

    1. We had a huge turnout for the Open House. What fun meeting so many people!

      The color that I used throughout most of the house is called Rice Grain by Sherwin Williams. It's a great color, because it tends to look a little different depending on the time of day. Makes it more interesting!


    2. Thanks, I looked it up online and it doesn't look like it looks in photos of your wonderful house. I guess that is why they always say to test the paint color on your walls and not just go by the little sample ;-)

    3. Ha ha.....I learned the hard way that it's worth investing in a small can of sample paint! Repainting a room is such a waste of time!!! Best of luck Maggie!


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