Interior design

307 High Street- Philipsburg

307 High Street, Philipsburg

Located in North Philipsburg this 1,200-sq ft, 3-bedroom 1.5 bath home has plenty to offer. With an oversize eat-in kitchen, large walk-in pantry, great sized bedrooms, many recent updates including 2 Zone HVAC, windows, new flooring throughout and an updated bathrooms, this home is ready for its new owner. The .5 Acre lot gives you plenty of room to play and enjoy this quiet location just minutes from shopping, I-99, I-80 and State College plus a detached garage provides space for a workshop and storage. Come bring your finishing touches to this charming property. A 3% closing cost concession is available to income eligible owner occupant buyers.

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Improving Your Home | Design Trends

Improving Your Home | Design Trends 

When looking to buy or sell a home one of the main things people look for is seeing if the home designs are "On Trend". This would include adding features to  your home that would benefit the owner & improve the home for the future. 

Some examples of Design Trends could be anything from a fresh neutral color paint to adding in a double oven to your kitchen or custom countertop. 

During the pandemic, this has given homeowners the opportunity to add the updates to their homes that they may not have "had time" to add before. This has given them more time to be creative and add those desired design trends to certain aspects of their home and even add some extra value!

Current trends right now are office renovations since a lot of people are working from home and want to spruce up their office space. Another trend right now are outdoor projects. Some outdoor projects would include adding...

IMPROVING YOUR HOME: Affordable Kitchen Updates

Kitchen updates can be expensive, with many homeowners spending between $13,000 and $37,000 on a full kitchen upgrade!

Fortunately, there are many smaller projects that make a big impact on an outdated kitchen — all without spending more than a month’s mortgage payment! Whether you’ve lived in your home for years or just got the keys, we have some affordable ideas to help spruce up your culinary corner.

  • Bring in a pattern. To spruce up a bland kitchen, try adding a vintage-inspired rug or wallpaper with a floral print. A patterned backsplash can be a bit more expensive, but is also a great way to add a fresh look to your space. You can even try a few patterns at the same time, just make sure they have a linking color in them.
  • Add pendant lights. Think of these as a great accessory that helps bring your look together to make a statement. Styles...