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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Swan Coach House

After taking a trip through the beautiful Swan House, make certain to enjoy a wonderful meal at the The Swan Coach House located adjacent to the main house.  Once used as the actual coach house for the property, the Swan Coach House was transformed into the restaurant we know today in 1967 by the ladies of Atlanta's Forward Arts Foundation.  It includes a beautiful gift shop, art gallery and restaurant to enjoy.   My friends and I celebrated the holiday season with a delicious lunch, toured the art gallery, and the Swan House mansion.   Swan Coach House is located at 3130 Slaton Drive N.W., Atlanta, Georgia. The coach house hosts many daytime events, tea time events, and even a take out menu.  Wonderful Southern food!

I recommend you visit the Swan Coach House during the holidays or any day.   Here are a few pictures from our day:  Swan Coach House.

No matter what your real estate needs are, I can help. If you are looking to sell your home, please give me a call 678-656-6627 for a free market analysis.   You can also get a Home Market Value or visit me, Pam Santoro at http://www.pamsantoro.com/ .


No One Sells a Home Like a Mom!   

Swan House is a Step Back in Time


The Swan House was designed for the Inman family by architect Philip Trammel.   Edward and Emily Inman moved into the house in 1928.  Edward was the heir to a large cotton brokerage.


Shortly after moving into the house, Edward passed away leaving Emily the mansion.   Emily remained at the Swan house with her oldest son and his family until her passing in 1965.   In 1966, the Atlanta Historical Society purchased the Swan House to preserve the beautiful mansion, its furnishings, and the 28 acre estate.   When you have some free time, visit the Atlanta Historical Society and walk through time in the 1930's in the Swan House.  It's a real treasure in Atlanta.

My friends and I had a lovely day at the Swan House last week.  Take a look at the beautiful mansion: Swan House.

 No matter what your real estate needs are, I can help.  If you are looking to sell your home, please give me a call 678-656-6627 for a free market analysis.  You can also get a Home Market Value or visit me, Pam Santoro at http://www.pamsantoro.com/ .

No One Sells a Home Like a Mom!   


Monday, December 12, 2016

Santa is Coming

Santa’s coming!   Are you ready?    Soon Santa will be climbing down your chimney to distribute presents to everyone on his “Nice List”.  Milk and cookies are waiting for him by the Christmas tree.  Decorations are all out and perfectly displayed with twinkling lights aglow.  

Remember to put the dishes in the dishwasher before you leave, make your beds, put any miscellaneous items away, and set the stage for your future home buyer.   Kitchens and bathrooms should be sparkling clean.   You should have fresh tiles in the bathrooms.  Family pictures should be put away.   The refrigerator should not be covered with notes or magnets.   Your house should look like a model home which will entice a buyer to love it and want to live there.

If you are looking to sell your home, please give me a call 678-656-6627 for a free market analysis.  No matter what your real estate needs are, I can help.  You can also get a Home Market Value or visit me, Pam Santoro at http://www.pamsantoro.com/ .

No One Sells a Home Like a Mom!  


Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Hansel and Gretel Buyers


Gumdrops and candy are a sure way to attract buyers and create curb appeal.   Take a lesson from the Witch in “Hansel and Gretel” :  Sugar plums, gingerbread and frosting are pleasing to the eye and to the taste buds.   Always make sure your home is ready for any potential buyers who may be driving by.  When a house is listed for sale, it should have great curb appeal to entice a buyer inside for a better look.

If you are looking to sell your home, please give me a call 678-656-6627 for a free market analysis.  No matter what your real estate needs are, I can help.  You can also get a Home Market Value or visit me, Pam Santoro at http://www.pamsantoro.com/ .

No One Sells a Home Like a Mom!