Remodeled One Level Home in Excellent Anacortes Location

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2918 M Ave. in Anacortes (MLS 1206280) is a remodeled one level home on a corner lot in an excellent location!

Enjoy views of Mt. Baker, Cap Sante, & the marina from your remodeled kitchen with granite counters, new appliances, new hood, new sink and faucet.

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The open floor plan allows you to enjoy the warmth of the fireplace insert throughout!

One of the doors of the attached 2 car garage is 10′ high, plus there is an additional detached garage/shop with WC, a concrete pad for RV, the patio is wired for hot tub, lovely fruit trees and lots of room for toy storage.

Contact Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC, licensed under Coldwell Banker Bain, DAILY at (360) 941-3734 or Jean@JeanGroesbeck.com for all of your real estate needs.  Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC is located in Old Town Anacortes at 809 7th St.

Stunning Contemporary NW Architecture in Anacortes

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4302 Marine Heights Way (MLS 1201903) in Anacortes is a stunning Northwest contemporary home featuring gorgeous panoramic views of the San Juan Islands, Burrows Bay and the Olympic Mountains and is listed for $1,350,000.

Built in 2011, the home offers a lovely open floor plan among 2,531 SF with 3 beds and 2.25 baths.  The master bedroom is large and has a luxurious and spa-like master en suite.

Additionally, the home has a huge modern kitchen with Liebherr fridge and multiple chefs’ stations and a large slider to the patio leads to outdoor living areas including a fireplace, swim spa and stone built-in bars; the home also features steel & glass softened with wood beams, wood wrapped windows and gorgeous built-ins.

For additional information about this must-see Anacortes property or for any of your real estate needs throughout Skagit County and beyond, Team Groesbeck is available daily to work for you.

Located at 809 7th St. in Old Town Anacortes, Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC is licensed under Coldwell Banker Bain and can be reached at (360) 941-3734 or Jean@JeanGroesbeck.com.

Move-In Ready, Single Level Home in Skagit County

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1803 E Fox Hill St. (MLS 1204699) in Mt. Vernon is a move-in ready and spotless one level home located on a quiet cul-de-sac, listed at $250,000.

Featuring 3 total bedrooms including a spacious master suite and 1.5 total baths, the home’s fully fenced yard has a shed for additional storage, as well as raised flower beds, compost box, patio, dog kennel on a concrete slab with dog house and plenty of room for an RV!

The attic was also configured to provide additional storage space.

1803 E Fox Hill St. is located just two blocks to College Way, which makes for easy access to I-5 and travel about Skagit County.

For additional information about this property or to schedule a showing, please contact Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC, licensed under Coldwell Banker Bain, at 809 7th St. in Old Town Anacortes.  Team Groesbeck can be reached daily at (360) 941-3734 or via email at Jean@JeanGroesbeck.com.

Fall Safety Tips for Your Pets

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Keep your pets safe all year long! Here are some things to consider now that Fall is underway throughout Skagit County and Anacortes:

  1. Beware of anti-freeze! Ingesting antifreeze is lethal. Make sure to check your car for leaks and make sure all bottles are stored far away from your pets as its sweet taste may be tempting to an animal.

 

  1. Don’t leave your pets outside for prolonged periods of time. It doesn’t have to be Winter for it to get cold–especially for puppies, senior pets and smaller animals.

 

  1. Beware of ticks. It’s still tick season and playing in the cool autumn leaves is one of the many ways your pet could get them. Consider using a natural tick repellent to help protect your pet.

 

  1. Let them have their fur coat. If you have a dog that you shave during the summer, let him start growing his coat back in the fall. Just like you need your Fall/Winter coat, he’ll needs his too.

 

  1. Check your pet ID tags and microchip. Take the time to make sure all your pet’s information is up to date and in proper order.

 

  1. Make holiday arrangements with your dog walker, pet sitter or doggy day care early. As the holidays approach, most of us will get busier and possibly have to travel. Take time out and plan ahead so you can make the holidays easier on your pets.

 

  1. Visitors for celebrations. Fall holidays and events such as Thanksgiving and Halloween often mean people coming over to visit your home. If you have a pet that has special needs or is wary of new people, be sure to tell your guests about your pet before they come over.

 

  1. Make sure your pets can’t escape through the main entrance of your home. This is especially important if you plan on having several guests in and out of the house this holiday season. It may be worth investing in a baby gate or creating some kind of barrier between the door and your pet, especially if you have pet that’s known for bolting.

 

  1. Be careful with holiday treats. Aside from known hazards such as chocolate, items such as cooked bones, raw bread dough and many fruits and vegetables can also be life threatening to pets.

 

  1. Be careful with decorations. Many shiny new decorations look like really fun toys to your pets. Make sure decorations are out of reach because many of them contain toxic metals and can become choking hazards.

For additional information or for all of your real estate needs, contact Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC in Old Town AnacortesTeam Groesbeck is available daily at (360) 941-3734 or via email at Jean@JeanGroesbeck.com.

 

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Savage Roofing

Save the date:  March 12, 2011 for the Anacortes EXPO.  Come for one speaker or all, and visit our exhibitors who are also your neighbors. 

Savage Roofing Inc is a licensed, bonded, and insured general contractor in the state of Washington.  Proudly serving the Northwest since 1942, they are large enough to handle all of your roofing needs, but still offer the service of a smaller company.  Savage Roofing always focuses on communication, customer service, and quality.  Savage Roofing is different from other companies because of their employees attention to detail, their experience, and common courtesy.  Savage Roofing gives homeowners the necessary information they need to make an informed decision about their project.  At Savage Roofing, correct information is just a phone call away.  Call them at (360)-293-2021 or visit their website at http://www.savageroofing.com/.