Put A Brick On It!

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Just as in Beyonce's  Super Bowl hit song...
"If you lilked it then you should have put a ring on it".....calling all the single ladies, and the married ladies too, don't put a ring on it, put a brick on it!  Forget the diamond fellas, this year buy her a brick home!

According to the Masonry Advisory Council, "Studies by the National Association of Home Builders and other building organization continually find that 60% of the nation's homebuyrs prefer brick homes."  The red brick two story home conjures feelings of security, investment, family.  The rich stature of a red brick home speaks to the old world heart strings and when it sits on a premier golf course such as the Castle Pines Golf Club, known for its famed history as host to the International the music becomes a symphony.

In addition to 60% of homebuyers preferring brick homes, studies have shown that brick is virtually low maintenance, red brick never needs painting or staining, brick will not burn and can save on insurance premiums, brick is energy efficient  and will not rot nor seep water.  Brick homes bult hundreds of years ago are still standing today and on the average a brick exterior enhances the resale of a home by 6%.

706 Golf Club Drive, just listed in Castle Pines Village, is the ultimate red brick home.  It is a two story, four car garage estate quality home on the third fairway of the International.
Over 8,000 finished square feet with rich cherry wood finishes to the study, great room boasting over 20 foot ceilings  with wood plantation shutters, a main floor master suite, theatre room, lofted recreation or nanny's quarters, and plenty of bedrooms for family and guests.  Visit the tour on this website for an aerial tour and a tour of the entire home.

For more information on this home or others in the Castle Pines Village community, email me at:
judy@kentwoodcity.com
Judy Fahrenkrog
Kentwood City Properties
303-820-2489 posted: February 7, 2013 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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