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Friday Features: Made in the Shade

May 17, 2013

A few years ago, a friend of mine who rented the first floor of an old house, called her landlady about an issue with the air conditioner.  The entire house was getting nice and cool, but the bedroom was like an oven.  The landlady’s solution? she planted a little apple tree outside the bedroom window.  Maybe this was not such a great solution for that summer, but a few years down the road, that room will benefit from all that shade! After these first warm days of late spring, I thought it would be nice to feature some homes that are surrounded by mature trees, offering all that lovely shade today–not 5 years from now!

As always, the feature properties have all been listed this past week with Century 21 Excellence, located in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.  Contact them here to find out more about these homes!

This Mount Gilead home is so cool looking.  I love all those interesting windows.  This is a perfect getaway home, with two master suites and a stream on the lot.  It’s listed at $172,500 with Tracey Hartson & Associates–contact them here for more information.

This adorable Bexley home won’t last long.  It’s packed with upgrades, and still maintains a really cozy feel–granite counters, mahogany floors, whirlpool tub, the list goes on.  And at just$150,000, it’s really a steal.  Contact Tracey Hartson & Assoc. for this one, too!


This Lancaster home boast 4 bedrooms and nearly 2 acres of land.  And that gorgeous tree in the backyard! So lovely.  It’s listed at just $109,900 with Julie Kuenzli-White, so contact her here for more information.

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