…or so I hoped.
They say the third time is a charm, but not so much for this adorable little golf house. I have personally hosted three open houses for this charming (and gorgeous) home on the 12th fairway of the Copper River Golf Course. I hoped that tonight would be the night that we would find it’s new forever family after hosting a lovely brokers’ open house, complete with wine, cheese, and giveaways. Sadly, traffic was very light.
This is not my listing, but after logging so much time and emotional energy toward marketing it, I really really want to find a buyer for it. I have a deep affinity for Granville homes. They have a lot of style and substance, and this one is no exception. With 8′ tall doors, a chef’s kitchen, and beautiful tile flooring, it is a stunning home for a small family. What makes it such a niche property is the location. With a small patio backyard, that opens up to the golf course, there isn’t much privacy or outdoor space to roam. These are not bad features, but rather features that require a certain kind of buyer to appreciate them.
I consulted with a couple of more experienced Realtors after this open house to get some advice on how to find a buyer who would appreciate this house for all it has to offer. It looks like I’ll need to conduct some market research in the neighborhood by pounding the pavement and ringing doorbells. Maybe one of the neighbors has a friend or family member who would love to buy this golf house. Maybe one of you, my dear readers, can help make this house a home.