Monday, October 7, 2013

Sheraden Property Owners Making Improvements


Walking around recently in Sheraden, one would have noticed obvious signs of improvements being made to several homes by their owners. Roof work was being done to a home on Zephyr. Craig, the homeowner, said he bought the house and moved to the neighborhood about five years ago, citing several reasons for his decision. "The neighborhood is very affordable and I couldn't pass the price up. Sheraden is also a very convenient location, close to shopping and not even 10 minutes to town."

On Sheraden Blvd. across from Langley School, insulation was being installed in a well-kept brick house. The 1,300 square foot home built in 1929 will certainly see increased energy efficiency following the improvements, lowering utility costs while increasing property values. These two owner-initiated projects are reflective of the overall revitalization currently occurring in Sheraden. 

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