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$215,000 :: 57755 KARAM AVE., Washington MI, 48094-2936

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,300 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 11/19/17, Last Updated: 11/19/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 692215
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: WASHINGTON TOWN CENTER
Status: Sold

Listed with Realty Executives Midwest


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


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$215,000 :: 57755 KARAM AVE., Washington MI, 48094-2936

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,300 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 11/19/17, Last Updated: 11/19/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 692215
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: WASHINGTON TOWN CENTER
Status: Sold

Listed with Realty Executives Midwest


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


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$215,000 :: 57755 KARAM AVE., Washington MI, 48094-2936

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,300 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 11/19/17, Last Updated: 11/19/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 692215
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: WASHINGTON TOWN CENTER
Status: Sold

Listed with Realty Executives Midwest


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


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Hot Home Trend: The Statement Shower

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By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine

The shower in the master bathroom is getting a lot more attention. In fact, it’s one of the main splurges among renovating homeowners, according to the 2017 U.S. Houzz Bathroom Trends Study. These “statement showers,” as Houzz dubs them in its report, include high-tech features, like rainfall showerheads, dual showers, curbless showers, and body sprays.

Upgrading the master shower was the most popular renovation project, according to the survey of more than 1,200 U.S. homeowners who were in the midst or just completed a bathroom reno project. For more than half of renovators, their main aim was to increase their shower’s size. Also, survey respondents showed a rise in demand for high-tech features, such as mood lighting or digital controls, in master bathrooms.

Over a quarter of homeowners – 27 percent – have opted to remove the bathtub in their master bathroom renovations, according to the survey. The removal of the bathtub has allowed more room for a larger shower.

“This year’s Bathroom Trends Study sheds light on two key trends in master bathrooms, showers as a focal point and the growing role of high-tech features in bathroom products,” says Nino Sitchinava, principal economist at Houzz. “Additionally, it is clear that today’s master bathroom renovations are marked by timeless and durable elements, from natural stone finishes to curbless shower entries, a benefit of having older generations in the driver’s seat. Still, the early wave of millennial homeowners reveals their preferences for homes of the future, from larger master bathrooms to clean lines and white and gray color pallets.”

The Houzz study found that the national average for a major remodel of a large master bathroom (considered over 100 square feet) is $21,000.

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