Epic Development is utilizing the art of staging to sell its newest home in Virginia Highland. Located at 781 Highland Terrace, this stunning six bedroom and five-and-a-half bathroom home is priced at $1.25 million.
This new home from Epic Development features a guest bedroom and bathroom suite on the main level, as well as a two-story foyer, 10-foot ceilings and hardwood floors throughout. The gourmet kitchen has custom wood cabinets to the ceiling, marble countertops with a tile backsplash, a walk-in pantry, breakfast area, oversized island and stainless steel DCS appliances. Open to the kitchen, the family room has a stacked stone fireplace and looks out onto a spacious covered porch. The main floor also has a dining room with French doors that opens to the patio, a butler’s pantry with a wine cooler, an attached two-car garage, mudroom and a laundry room.
The second floor of this home features the master suite and luxurious master bathroom, with has double vanities, an oversized soaking tub and a glass shower. Also upstairs are three additional bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms and a loft or playroom space that opens to the roof balcony that overlooks the front yard.
In addition, this home has a finished basement with a guest bedroom, full bathroom, an oversized den that opens to the covered rear patio and unfinished space with storage.
Staging provides both the home builder and buyer with a variety of benefits, but the most notable one is allowing buyers to visualize living in the new home. When furniture and décor is in place, it makes it easier for buyers to see how their furniture will fit in a room and how large it really is. Staging a home also elicits a strong emotion from buyers. According to the Association of Property Scene Designers, staged homes sell 43 percent faster than unstaged homes. Most importantly for home builders, they never get a second chance to make a first impression with potential buyers.
To learn more about this new home in Virginia Highland from Epic Development or to schedule a tour, contact Scott Eaves by calling 404-518-3820 or visit www.EpicDevelopment.com.