Thursday, March 5, 2015

15 Acre Horse Property Foreclosure Now on the Market! Near Keswick, Charlottesville and Louisa!

$414,750, 4Bd/2.5Ba Single Family House, 4129 sqft.

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Rob Alley | RE/MAX Realty Specialists | 540-250-3275roballeyrealtor@gmail.com |
9760 Louisa Rd, Gordonsville, VA 22942
15 Acres Horse Property Foreclosure On The Market!

4Bd/2.5Ba Single Family House
$414,750
Year Built 1999
Sq Footage 4129 sqft.
Bedrooms 4 Beds
Bathrooms 2.5 Baths
Floors 2
Parking 4+ Off street
Laundry In Unit
Lot Size 15.03 Acres
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DESCRIPTION

Call/text Rob at 540-250-3275Beautiful 4BR/3BA home built in 1999 on a country setting. Approx. 15 paritally wooded acres. Features 2 fireplaces, unfinished basement, antique heart pine floors, cathedral ceiling, spacious rooms, 10 inch crown molding, ceramic tile, jetted tub, home office, 2 verandas & much more. 36X48 Barn with both hot and cold water available, 4 stalls, tack room and drains throughout the barn. 2 paddock areas with one adjoining the barn. 2nd level storage for hay/grain.
Gordonsville
see additional photos below
Unit Features

- Living room- Dining room- Walk-in closet
- Master bath- Breakfast nook- Pantry
- Basement- Attic- Range / Oven
- Refrigerator- Balcony, Deck, or Patio- Fenced yard
- Heat: forced air- Central A/C- Ceiling fans
- Double pane / Storm windows- Hardwood floor- Tile floor
- Fireplace- High / Vaulted ceiling- Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
- Jetted tub

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9760 Louisa Road
Contact info:
Rob Alley
RE/MAX Realty Specialists
540-250-3275
roballeyrealtor@gmail.com
For sale by Agent/Broker
   
Posted: Mar 5, 2015, 12:56pm EST


About the author: The above Real Estate was provided by Rob Alley, a leader in his field. Rob can be reached via email at roballeyrealtor@gmail.com or by phone at 434-964-8369. Rob has helped people move in and out of many Central Virginia towns for the last 8+ Years. Thinking of selling your home? I have a passion for Real Estate and love to share my marketing expertise! I service the following towns in Central VA: Charlottesville, Keswick, Scottsville, Ruckersville, Stanardsville, Crozet, Ivy, Greewnwood, Albemarle, Louisa, Orange, Nelson, Fluvanna, Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Lynchburg, Waynesboro, Fisherville and Augusta

434-964-8369
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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

6 Tips to Keep Your Home Safe and Secure

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Rob Alley
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How to Protect Your Home

When it comes to home maintenance, everyone thinks of weatherproofing, but does anyone think of thief proofing? Last year, there were 8,632,512 property crimes, costing an estimated $16.6 billion, which includes burglary.
Here are a few home security basics to help you protect your home.
Check Locks and Latches - Add checking locks and latches on windows and doors to your regular maintenance routine. All it takes for a thief to gain entry is a single broken latch.
Cut Back Trees and Hedges - Maintain sight lines to the street by removing trees and hedges that obscure key entry points into the house. The lack of a suitable place to hide is sometimes enough to deter would-be criminals.
Alarm System - Consider an adding alarm system. Modern systems offer features like remote access, security cameras and 24-hour monitoring. Here's what you need to know before buying an alarm system.
Security Lights - Install security lights anywhere a potential thief might look to gain entry to your home, including back doors, attached or detached garages, covered porches and any other outbuildings.
Beware of Bragging - Avoid broadcasting big-ticket purchases via social media - this could be an invitation for trouble. It's also a good idea to shred any receipts or credit card statements that may alert thieves to your recent purchase (this also helps prevent identity theft).
Keep Control of Keys - Get in the habit of gathering keys from contractors or household helpers after they are done. Be careful about using a smart key system that allows you to rekey locks yourself - some are easily picked.
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About the author: The above Real Estate was provided by Rob Alley, a leader in his field. Rob can be reached via email at roballeyrealtor@gmail.com or by phone at 434-964-8369. Rob has helped people move in and out of many Central Virginia towns for the last 8+ Years. Thinking of selling your home? I have a passion for Real Estate and love to share my marketing expertise! I service the following towns in Central VA: Charlottesville, Keswick, Scottsville, Ruckersville, Stanardsville, Crozet, Ivy, Greewnwood, Albemarle, Louisa, Orange, Nelson, Fluvanna, Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Lynchburg, Waynesboro, Fisherville and Augusta

434-964-8369
roballeyrealtor@gmail.com

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