I have listed a new property at 2101 Elm Street in Halifax.
Welcome to 2101 Elm - once the "little house on the street", 2018 saw this home undergo a stunning transformation worthy of a television show: the existing space was taken down to the stud for a complete renovation, while the roof was raised to add a needed second storey. Voila! What was old is new again, a perfect balance of original charm and modern amenities. Lingering is encouraged as you enter this home through the original sun porch, to then be greeted by a stunning open concept main floor: a warm and inviting living room with ample space for entertaining; an adjacent dining area bathed in morning sunshine thanks to all the windows and garden door; a 2-piece powder room; and a gorgeous white kitchen with peninsula, custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, tiled backsplash, stainless-steel appliances, and more of that glorious sunshine. Hardwood stairs and paneled walls lead to the second level, featuring: a large principal bedroom with stunning ensuite - a spa-like retreat, with double vanity, custom walk-in shower, and inviting soaker tub - and double built-in closets; two additional bedrooms; and a 4-piece main bath. The unfinished basement offers plenty of room for storage and endless possibilities for future development. The rear deck, accessible via the main-floor garden door, spans the entire width of the house and overlooks a lower concrete patio - plenty of room for summer BBQs. With a single-car garage and parking for 3, what more could this home possibly have to offer? How about one of the greatest neighbourhoods in the city!
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I have listed a new property at 479 Highway 236 in Scotch Village.
Properties like this don't come to market every day - 102 acres of horse heaven, pastures galore, stunning views of the Kennetcook River, and million-dollar sunsets. This fully-finished, 2-storey home has everything you need in a modern farmhouse: large principal rooms for family and friends, from the cozy family room with a wood-burning fireplace to the formal dining room for those memorable meals; an efficient kitchen with center island and large pantry; and a sunny nook with fabulous views for those quieter moments. Rounding out the main floor are a laundry, half bath, and mudroom - essential to any farmhouse! Upstairs are 3 spacious bedrooms - including the principal bedroom with walk-in closet and large en-suite - and the main bath. The fully-finished lower level boasts a media room (movie nights!), a games room, a quiet family room, and a home office with more great views. The farm itself is a horse-lover's dream: 6-stall barn with heated tack room and wash stall, 3 winter run-in shelters, hay storage, an outdoor sand riding ring, and acres of pastures with 2 shade shelters.
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I have listed a new property at 479 Highway 236 in Scotch Village.
Properties like this don't come to market every day - 102 acres of horse heaven, pastures galore, stunning views of the Kennetcook River, and million-dollar sunsets. This fully-finished, 2-storey home has everything you need in a modern farmhouse: large principal rooms for family and friends, from the cozy family room with a wood-burning fireplace to the formal dining room for those memorable meals; an efficient kitchen with center island and large pantry; and a sunny nook with fabulous views for those quieter moments. Rounding out the main floor are a laundry, half bath, and mudroom - essential to any farmhouse! Upstairs are 3 spacious bedrooms - including the principal bedroom with walk-in closet and large en-suite - and the main bath. The fully-finished lower level boasts a media room (movie nights!), a games room, a quiet family room, and a home office with more great views. The farm itself is a horse-lover's dream: 6-stall barn with heated tack room and wash stall, 3 winter run-in shelters, hay storage, an outdoor sand riding ring, and acres of pastures with 2 shade shelters
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Not every day is picture perfect. Despite my rose-colored feed, some days are hectic, some are stressful, and some? They’re just downright hard. No matter your profession or how you spend your days, I know you know what I mean. ⁣

BUT despite the hard days, I wouldn’t trade what I do for anything. I see my job as a privilege—a "get-to." Why? Because I get to be a small part of guiding people HOME – the place they will celebrate holidays, birthdays, and school’s-out-for-summer days; the place they will share laughter, tears, disagreements, and follow-up hugs. ⁣

I mean, when you think about it, HOME is so much more than a pile of wood thrown together with some nails and screws. It’s the place that centers us AND sends us out. I truly feel so lucky that I get to be a part of this point in my clients’ lives. ⁣

I love what I do and my clients are my "Why? Fellow agents, what do you adore about your job? Share below...⁣

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and really, I get the sentiment and all. But I’m guessing whoever said that wasn’t in the market for a new home. The truth is listing photos can only take you so far. Sooner or later, buyers wanna get off their smartphones and get inside some homes. ⁣
Enter showings—one of the most thrilling parts of the entire home buying journey! If you’ve never experienced a home showing, here’s what you can expect. First, though, YOU have a little work to do. ⁣
Before touring a home, make your list of non-negotiables. Take the list with you and refer back to it as you walk around. Fight the urge to get carried away by a home that has lots of bells and whistles but doesn’t meet your punch list.⁣
Next, you schedule a time to meet your agent at the home. Take your time and ask your agent any and all questions that come to your mind. ⁣
Take special note of:⁣
Curb appeal and lawn condition: The property's exterior can easily be overlooked. Pay attention to your first impression of the home. Do you love it, or are you less-than-enthused?⁣
Cleanliness and odor. Use all your senses as you enter the home. Do you smell mold or mildew? Cigarette smoke? Does the air feel damp?⁣
Wall and floor condition: Pay attention to warped floors, watermarks, and cracks in the walls which often point to more significant problems with the house.⁣
Integrated systems and fixtures: Don’t neglect checking out the HVAC, electrical wiring, hot water heater, and other pipes and faucets. ⁣
A showing can last from 15 minutes (if the house is a total dud) to an hour or more (Could it be the one??). Just like most things in life, the more showings you attend, the quicker you’ll be able to determine if a home is right for you. ⁣
Are you ready to get inside some homes you’re scrolling through online? Reach out and let’s set up a time to meet up!⁣
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Horses have taught me to be better, be responsible, step outside my comfort zone (still working on this) be willing to give, and LET THEM GO (still working on this one too) be present and focus on the task at hand. Horses have taught me patience; they have made me a better version of myself. Photo of me and Ollie (my current ride @halifax_lancers )#ponies#horses
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I have sold a property at 268 Torrington Drive in Halifax.
This classic 1950s one-and-a-half storey home has it all - that desirable retro vibe, a great community close to downtown, amazing curb appeal, and stunning Basin views! Apparent throughout is that quality of days gone by, starting with the large living room with a wood-burning fireplace and original hardwood floors, flowing naturally into the formal dining room, then into the functional kitchen with sold-wood cabinetry and Corian countertops. Adjacent to the the kitchen is a cozy sunroom with vaulted ceiling and skylights, natural beams, a wood stove, three walls of windows, and access to the private patio. Rounding out the main floor are 2 bedrooms, one converted to an accessible living suite, a home office/den (easily converted back to its original function as a third bedroom), and a 4-piece bath radiating that 50s charm complete with avocado green fixtures! Upstairs is the huge principal bedroom with plenty of storage and room enough to add a stunning ensuite, as well as a surprise bonus - a rooftop deck with spectacular views of the Bedford Basin! The partially-finished walkout lower level offers a huge rec room, additional storage, and lots of opportunity for development.
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I have listed a new property at 268 Torrington Drive in Halifax.
This classic 1950s one-and-a-half storey home has it all - that desirable retro vibe, a great community close to downtown, amazing curb appeal, and stunning Basin views! Apparent throughout is that quality of days gone by, starting with the large living room with a wood-burning fireplace and original hardwood floors, flowing naturally into the formal dining room, then into the functional kitchen with sold-wood cabinetry and Corian countertops. Adjacent to the the kitchen is a cozy sunroom with vaulted ceiling and skylights, natural beams, a wood stove, three walls of windows, and access to the private patio. Rounding out the main floor are 2 bedrooms, one converted to an accessible living suite, a home office/den (easily converted back to its original function as a third bedroom), and a 4-piece bath radiating that 50s charm complete with avocado green fixtures! Upstairs is the huge principal bedroom with plenty of storage and room enough to add a stunning ensuite, as well as a surprise bonus - a rooftop deck with spectacular views of the Bedford Basin! The partially-finished walkout lower level offers a huge rec room, additional storage, and lots of opportunity for development.
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Please visit our Open House at 268 Torrington Drive in Halifax.
Open House on Sunday, April 3, 2022 2:00PM - 4:00PM Masks are required.
This classic 1950s one-and-a-half storey home has it all - that desirable retro vibe, a great community close to downtown, amazing curb appeal, and stunning Basin views! Apparent throughout is that quality of days gone by, starting with the large living room with a wood-burning fireplace and original hardwood floors, flowing naturally into the formal dining room, then into the functional kitchen with sold-wood cabinetry and Corian countertops. Adjacent to the the kitchen is a cozy sunroom with vaulted ceiling and skylights, natural beams, a wood stove, three walls of windows, and access to the private patio. Rounding out the main floor are 2 bedrooms, one converted to an accessible living suite, a home office/den (easily converted back to its original function as a third bedroom), and a 4-piece bath radiating that 50s charm complete with avocado green fixtures! Upstairs is the huge principal bedroom with plenty of storage and room enough to add a stunning ensuite, as well as a surprise bonus - a rooftop deck with spectacular views of the Bedford Basin! The partially-finished walkout lower level offers a huge rec room, additional storage, and lots of opportunity for development.
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Budget 2022/2023 – New taxes that will impact BUYERS

This afternoon the Provincial Government released a budget that included newly created Deed Transfer Taxes and increased Property Taxes for out-of-province buyers and owners. NSAR has continually expressed concerns that the increased taxes will have unintended and negative consequences on Nova Scotia’s economy, tripling owners' taxes and causing a serious impact on construction and service industries, particularly in rural Nova Scotia.
Earlier this week, NSAR met with the Honourable Allan MacMaster, Minister of Finance, as well as senior staff in the Finance Department to once again share member and client concerns about the proposed taxes. Unfortunately, our advocacy on this issue was unsuccessful.


What does this mean BUYERS?
Deed Transfer Tax: Effective April 1, 2022 the province will implement a Deed Transfer Tax of 5 per cent of the value of residential real property purchased by a non-resident of Nova Scotia. The tax will not apply to a transaction where the Agreement of Purchase and Sale was entered into prior to April 1, 2022. An exemption from the tax will be in place for non-resident purchasers who move to the province within 6 months of the closing date of the transaction.

Nova Scotia Non-Resident Property Tax: Effective for the 2022-23 fiscal year, the province will implement a Property Tax of $2.00 per $100 of assessed value on residential real property owned by a non-resident of Nova Scotia. The tax will not apply to residential properties that contain more than 3 units nor to residential properties that are leased to individual Nova Scotian residents for a period of at least 12 months. Where a property has multiple owners, an exemption from this tax is provided if 50 per cent or more of the owners are residents of Nova Scotia.

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I have listed a new property at 2101 Elm Street in Halifax.
Welcome to 2101 Elm - once the "little house on the street", 2018 saw this home undergo a stunning transformation worthy of a television show: the existing space was taken down to the stud for a complete renovation, while the roof was raised to add a needed second storey. Voila! What was old is new again, a perfect balance of original charm and modern amenities. Lingering is encouraged as you enter this home through the original sun porch, to then be greeted by a stunning open concept main floor: a warm and inviting living room with ample space for entertaining; an adjacent dining area bathed in morning sunshine thanks to all the windows and garden door; a 2-piece powder room; and a gorgeous white kitchen with peninsula, custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, tiled backsplash, stainless-steel appliances, and more of that glorious sunshine. Hardwood stairs and paneled walls lead to the second level, featuring: a large principal bedroom with stunning ensuite - a spa-like retreat, with double vanity, custom walk-in shower, and inviting soaker tub - and double built-in closets; two additional bedrooms; and a 4-piece main bath. The unfinished basement offers plenty of room for storage and endless possibilities for future development. The rear deck, accessible via the main-floor garden door, spans the entire width of the house and overlooks a lower concrete patio - plenty of room for summer BBQs. With a single-car garage and parking for 3, what more could this home possibly have to offer? How about one of the greatest neighbourhoods in the city!
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I have listed a new property at 479 Highway 236 in Scotch Village.
Properties like this don't come to market every day - 102 acres of horse heaven, pastures galore, stunning views of the Kennetcook River, and million-dollar sunsets. This fully-finished, 2-storey home has everything you need in a modern farmhouse: large principal rooms for family and friends, from the cozy family room with a wood-burning fireplace to the formal dining room for those memorable meals; an efficient kitchen with center island and large pantry; and a sunny nook with fabulous views for those quieter moments. Rounding out the main floor are a laundry, half bath, and mudroom - essential to any farmhouse! Upstairs are 3 spacious bedrooms - including the principal bedroom with walk-in closet and large en-suite - and the main bath. The fully-finished lower level boasts a media room (movie nights!), a games room, a quiet family room, and a home office with more great views. The farm itself is a horse-lover's dream: 6-stall barn with heated tack room and wash stall, 3 winter run-in shelters, hay storage, an outdoor sand riding ring, and acres of pastures with 2 shade shelters.
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I have listed a new property at 479 Highway 236 in Scotch Village.
Properties like this don't come to market every day - 102 acres of horse heaven, pastures galore, stunning views of the Kennetcook River, and million-dollar sunsets. This fully-finished, 2-storey home has everything you need in a modern farmhouse: large principal rooms for family and friends, from the cozy family room with a wood-burning fireplace to the formal dining room for those memorable meals; an efficient kitchen with center island and large pantry; and a sunny nook with fabulous views for those quieter moments. Rounding out the main floor are a laundry, half bath, and mudroom - essential to any farmhouse! Upstairs are 3 spacious bedrooms - including the principal bedroom with walk-in closet and large en-suite - and the main bath. The fully-finished lower level boasts a media room (movie nights!), a games room, a quiet family room, and a home office with more great views. The farm itself is a horse-lover's dream: 6-stall barn with heated tack room and wash stall, 3 winter run-in shelters, hay storage, an outdoor sand riding ring, and acres of pastures with 2 shade shelters
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Not every day is picture perfect. Despite my rose-colored feed, some days are hectic, some are stressful, and some? They’re just downright hard. No matter your profession or how you spend your days, I know you know what I mean. ⁣

BUT despite the hard days, I wouldn’t trade what I do for anything. I see my job as a privilege—a "get-to." Why? Because I get to be a small part of guiding people HOME – the place they will celebrate holidays, birthdays, and school’s-out-for-summer days; the place they will share laughter, tears, disagreements, and follow-up hugs. ⁣

I mean, when you think about it, HOME is so much more than a pile of wood thrown together with some nails and screws. It’s the place that centers us AND sends us out. I truly feel so lucky that I get to be a part of this point in my clients’ lives. ⁣

I love what I do and my clients are my "Why? Fellow agents, what do you adore about your job? Share below...⁣

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and really, I get the sentiment and all. But I’m guessing whoever said that wasn’t in the market for a new home. The truth is listing photos can only take you so far. Sooner or later, buyers wanna get off their smartphones and get inside some homes. ⁣
Enter showings—one of the most thrilling parts of the entire home buying journey! If you’ve never experienced a home showing, here’s what you can expect. First, though, YOU have a little work to do. ⁣
Before touring a home, make your list of non-negotiables. Take the list with you and refer back to it as you walk around. Fight the urge to get carried away by a home that has lots of bells and whistles but doesn’t meet your punch list.⁣
Next, you schedule a time to meet your agent at the home. Take your time and ask your agent any and all questions that come to your mind. ⁣
Take special note of:⁣
Curb appeal and lawn condition: The property's exterior can easily be overlooked. Pay attention to your first impression of the home. Do you love it, or are you less-than-enthused?⁣
Cleanliness and odor. Use all your senses as you enter the home. Do you smell mold or mildew? Cigarette smoke? Does the air feel damp?⁣
Wall and floor condition: Pay attention to warped floors, watermarks, and cracks in the walls which often point to more significant problems with the house.⁣
Integrated systems and fixtures: Don’t neglect checking out the HVAC, electrical wiring, hot water heater, and other pipes and faucets. ⁣
A showing can last from 15 minutes (if the house is a total dud) to an hour or more (Could it be the one??). Just like most things in life, the more showings you attend, the quicker you’ll be able to determine if a home is right for you. ⁣
Are you ready to get inside some homes you’re scrolling through online? Reach out and let’s set up a time to meet up!⁣
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Horses have taught me to be better, be responsible, step outside my comfort zone (still working on this) be willing to give, and LET THEM GO (still working on this one too) be present and focus on the task at hand. Horses have taught me patience; they have made me a better version of myself. Photo of me and Ollie (my current ride @halifax_lancers )#ponies#horses
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I have sold a property at 268 Torrington Drive in Halifax.
This classic 1950s one-and-a-half storey home has it all - that desirable retro vibe, a great community close to downtown, amazing curb appeal, and stunning Basin views! Apparent throughout is that quality of days gone by, starting with the large living room with a wood-burning fireplace and original hardwood floors, flowing naturally into the formal dining room, then into the functional kitchen with sold-wood cabinetry and Corian countertops. Adjacent to the the kitchen is a cozy sunroom with vaulted ceiling and skylights, natural beams, a wood stove, three walls of windows, and access to the private patio. Rounding out the main floor are 2 bedrooms, one converted to an accessible living suite, a home office/den (easily converted back to its original function as a third bedroom), and a 4-piece bath radiating that 50s charm complete with avocado green fixtures! Upstairs is the huge principal bedroom with plenty of storage and room enough to add a stunning ensuite, as well as a surprise bonus - a rooftop deck with spectacular views of the Bedford Basin! The partially-finished walkout lower level offers a huge rec room, additional storage, and lots of opportunity for development.
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I have listed a new property at 268 Torrington Drive in Halifax.
This classic 1950s one-and-a-half storey home has it all - that desirable retro vibe, a great community close to downtown, amazing curb appeal, and stunning Basin views! Apparent throughout is that quality of days gone by, starting with the large living room with a wood-burning fireplace and original hardwood floors, flowing naturally into the formal dining room, then into the functional kitchen with sold-wood cabinetry and Corian countertops. Adjacent to the the kitchen is a cozy sunroom with vaulted ceiling and skylights, natural beams, a wood stove, three walls of windows, and access to the private patio. Rounding out the main floor are 2 bedrooms, one converted to an accessible living suite, a home office/den (easily converted back to its original function as a third bedroom), and a 4-piece bath radiating that 50s charm complete with avocado green fixtures! Upstairs is the huge principal bedroom with plenty of storage and room enough to add a stunning ensuite, as well as a surprise bonus - a rooftop deck with spectacular views of the Bedford Basin! The partially-finished walkout lower level offers a huge rec room, additional storage, and lots of opportunity for development.
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Please visit our Open House at 268 Torrington Drive in Halifax.
Open House on Sunday, April 3, 2022 2:00PM - 4:00PM Masks are required.
This classic 1950s one-and-a-half storey home has it all - that desirable retro vibe, a great community close to downtown, amazing curb appeal, and stunning Basin views! Apparent throughout is that quality of days gone by, starting with the large living room with a wood-burning fireplace and original hardwood floors, flowing naturally into the formal dining room, then into the functional kitchen with sold-wood cabinetry and Corian countertops. Adjacent to the the kitchen is a cozy sunroom with vaulted ceiling and skylights, natural beams, a wood stove, three walls of windows, and access to the private patio. Rounding out the main floor are 2 bedrooms, one converted to an accessible living suite, a home office/den (easily converted back to its original function as a third bedroom), and a 4-piece bath radiating that 50s charm complete with avocado green fixtures! Upstairs is the huge principal bedroom with plenty of storage and room enough to add a stunning ensuite, as well as a surprise bonus - a rooftop deck with spectacular views of the Bedford Basin! The partially-finished walkout lower level offers a huge rec room, additional storage, and lots of opportunity for development.
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Budget 2022/2023 – New taxes that will impact BUYERS

This afternoon the Provincial Government released a budget that included newly created Deed Transfer Taxes and increased Property Taxes for out-of-province buyers and owners. NSAR has continually expressed concerns that the increased taxes will have unintended and negative consequences on Nova Scotia’s economy, tripling owners' taxes and causing a serious impact on construction and service industries, particularly in rural Nova Scotia.
Earlier this week, NSAR met with the Honourable Allan MacMaster, Minister of Finance, as well as senior staff in the Finance Department to once again share member and client concerns about the proposed taxes. Unfortunately, our advocacy on this issue was unsuccessful.


What does this mean BUYERS?
Deed Transfer Tax: Effective April 1, 2022 the province will implement a Deed Transfer Tax of 5 per cent of the value of residential real property purchased by a non-resident of Nova Scotia. The tax will not apply to a transaction where the Agreement of Purchase and Sale was entered into prior to April 1, 2022. An exemption from the tax will be in place for non-resident purchasers who move to the province within 6 months of the closing date of the transaction.

Nova Scotia Non-Resident Property Tax: Effective for the 2022-23 fiscal year, the province will implement a Property Tax of $2.00 per $100 of assessed value on residential real property owned by a non-resident of Nova Scotia. The tax will not apply to residential properties that contain more than 3 units nor to residential properties that are leased to individual Nova Scotian residents for a period of at least 12 months. Where a property has multiple owners, an exemption from this tax is provided if 50 per cent or more of the owners are residents of Nova Scotia.

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