Business Investment or Gorgeous Home
113 G Street, Mountain Lake Park, Maryland
The Colonial is an incredible find in the heart of beautiful Mountain Lake Park. The community is reemerging and embracing it's unique history, of which the Colonial played a large role. Built in 1905 as a boarding house, this home offers tremendous space that is so versatile as a large full time home, a vacation residents (perfect for nearby Deep Creek Lake!), or a potential investment. From the moment you enter the welcoming foyer, with cathedral ceilings and ornate design, you'll feel at home here. 2 living spaces, a formal dining room, 2 staircases, and a stunning gourmet kitchen are just a few highlights of this rare gem. 2 of the 8 bedrooms are master suite. The second floor master offers an absolutely fantastic bath. The large backyard is bordered by a charming brick driveway, hardscaping including a patio near the thoughtfully designed 2 car garage. So much possibility is waiting for you at 113 G Street in Mountain Lake Park, Maryland!
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Market Monday Stats
🏡 January 20, 2019 - January 27, 2020 🏡
Garrett County Homes For Sale 300 Residential Properties on the Market
8 New Homes Listed
3 Homes Sold
6 Homes were Withdrawn, Cancelled, or Expired from the market
5 More Homes are now pending settlement
The average close price of homes that sold last week was $119,733
The homes that sold last week got an average of 93.8% of their list price
The homes that sold last week were on the market for 53 average days
Lake. Life. Love.
Our Deep Creek Weekend was pretty relaxed, as it should be! Friday we had yummy pizza from the Deep Creek Funzone. Saturday I had a client appointment, showing homes near Swallow Falls. A quick visit to Bear Creek Traders, then off to CARC for my niece's birthday party. That evening, we had dinner at one of our favorite spots: JGs Pub where the pizza is a stand out! Sunday I did some meal prep then we had birthday dinner at Perkins for another niece's birthday! We managed to have an awesome couple of days and we barely left McHenry! I hope it was a great weekend for you too!
Tip of the week
Warm Up Your Bathroom For Winter
While you may enjoy stepping out into a cold bathroom in the middle of summer, that usually isn’t as enjoyable when winter strikes. Even with your heat running, sometimes bathrooms can get a little frosty - especially after a hot shower. All of the surfaces in your bathroom, like the tile floors and porcelain toilet, are not ideal for holding in heat. Here are 3 ways you can bring the heat to your bathroom this winter so you won’t have to dread shower time anymore.
Invest In A Towel Warmer
What better way to beat the chill than a warm towel to wrap up in when you are ready to get out of the shower? Heated towel racks can be installed right outside of your shower door. The rungs of the rack typically act as warming rods and can hold several towels at once, so everyone can enjoy a warm towel this winter!
Heated Toilets Seats Are In
While America is a little behind on technologically advanced toilet systems in comparison to other countries, heated toilet seats have started to make their way into the mainstream bathroom decor here in the US. These toilets usually come with bidet-like system, so toilet paper is no longer needed. With a quick wash and a gentle dry with warm air - all while you are on a heated seat - going to the bathroom in winter doesn’t have to be dreadfully cold!
Never Get Cold Feet With Heated Floors
Most people would agree that stepping out of the shower onto an ice-cold tile floor can send a chill up your body no matter how warm you are. Instead of hopping across the bathroom as quickly as possible to find slippers, consider investing in radiant floor heating if your bathroom is due for an upgrade. While it is definitely not an easy project, it will add value to your home and be priceless on those days where you don’t want to freeze your toes on cold tile.