What an awesome find! This darling cafe sits on the south shores of Lake Washington and has a lovely deck with views overlooking the lake. Service was outstanding and drinks and breakfast were absolutely delicious. We went for a breakfast date and shared the Chicken Fried Steak with homemade biscuits and gravy. Wow! Possibly the best Chicken Fried Steak I’ve ever had. We couldn’t pass up the bakery next door and took home homemade donuts and cinnamon rolls.
The Stone House Cafe has been around since the 1920’s when it originally opened as a Collier Service Station. In the 1960’s it closed until 2015 when it reopened as a Cafe and Bakery. This family owned restaurant serves fresh local cuisine, craft spirits, beer and wine. Definitely add this to
Did you buy a home that could use a little touching up, but the projects are larger than your bank account? Do you want to boost the curb appeal and value of your home, but are looking for simple ideas you can do yourself?
Here are 10 do-it-yourself home projects to boost your homes value!Paint. You can paint your entire house or you can paint just the trim, interior or exterior. Or, paint an accent wall inside. Can't afford new kitchen cabinets? Paint the old ones. The key to painting is in the preparation work, including taping around windows and cutting in around the ceiling. Keep that in mind when budgeting the time a project will take. Change your kitchen or bathroom hardware. This is one of the easiest projects you can do to…
The For The Love Of Renton Fall blog series will feature family owned businesses offering Back To School specials during September and October. We are looking to feature a variety of Renton businesses including:
Restaurants with take-out—Fall gets really busy for Moms and Dads
Hair Salons—For that Back To School Haircut
Boutiques—To replace all the clothes the kids grew out of over the summer
Sporting Goods—Go Seahawks!
The Back To School series will run September-October and then we will feature Holiday Cheer. If you have or know of a business that should be featured let us know at email@example.com.
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We are very happy to welcome Shelly to The Cascade Team Spokane Office. She will be joining James Faucett and our dynamic team already making throughout the Spokane Valley and will be a great addition to our team there.
Welcome Shelly to The Cascade Team family. We’re looking forward to working with you!
OUR LOCAL REAL ESTATE TEAM
Cascade Team Real Estate agents are proactive in serving their customers, studying the market and touring homes, so they can provide the most accurate housing market data for their clients. This helps you better understand the competitive environment, pricing strategies and provides an edge in the negotiation process. Our goal is to always meet and
We have Central A/C!! Stop by our Open House this Saturday and cool down! This beautiful 3 BDRM/2.5 BA in Maplewood Heights has been well maintained and is move-in ready! Fabulous updates include: CAT5 wiring, Armstrong flooring, hot tub, quartz countertops, gas stove, tankless water heater, newer paint/carpet. Bonus room w/gas fireplace. Large lot with a low maintenance yard offers endless opportunities for entertaining w/multiple decks, privacy screens, fire pit, 7-zone sprinkler system. Security system/cameras stay. 1 year home warranty included!
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Looking for a fun bar with plenty of outdoor space? Check out The Red Dog Saloon on Maple Valley Highway. We love this funky saloon on warm nights. They have a huge outdoor space with picnic tables and live music on Friday nights. Other specials include $5 steak night, $1.50 Taco Tuesday and Karaoke Wednesday. They offer Happy Hour weekdays from 4-6pm.
As a special bonus come check out the Red Dog on Saturday, September 8 and see Steve’s band, 24 Hour Diesel, play your favorite rock n’ roll tunes!
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Jay Berry’s Cafe has a lovely little patio with picnic tables and you can order off the happy hour menu! The waitstaff is friendly and prompt. Emily did an outstanding job recommending the Bacon Wrapped Scallops, Greek Salad and Artichoke Dip. Everything was delicious and during happy hour appetizers are only $6! Jay Berry’s is one of our favorites. It also happens to be the location of our first date! Not only do they have a great happy hour breakfast is delicious. I recommend the Greek omelet.
Jay Berry’s is located at 16341 Renton Issaquah Rd at the corner of 164th Ave. SE. Check them out and let us know what you think.
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I personally remember moving to the Seattle area in the late 90’s and marveling at how the Summers NEVER got too hot! Who needs air conditioning out here in the Pacific NW? I was from the Southeast where it literally only cooled down to mid to high 80’s at night and the humidity made the air feel like a warm wet blanket most of the time…
Now flash forward and I freely admit that I have climatized and my wife and I have had A/C in our home for the past seven years and I use it all the time!
Still, when it comes to A/C, most people living the Puget Sound area have the same almost reflexive response — “It only gets really hot for a few days, so who need air-conditioning?” — which is why as a whole homes in our area of the country only have A/C at
Every homeowner wants to make sure that they maximize their financial reward when selling their home, but how do you guarantee that you receive the maximum value for your house?
Here are two ways to ensure that you get the highest price possible.
1. Price it a Little Low
This may seem counterintuitive, but let’s take a look at this concept for a moment. Many homeowners think that pricing their homes a little OVER market value will leave them with room for negotiation when, in actuality, it just dramatically lessens the demand for their houses (see chart below).
Instead of the seller trying to ‘win’ the negotiation with one buyer, they should price their house so that demand for the home