Wednesday, July 6, 2022 / by Cindy Bunch
Are you planning to move to Hall County and looking for a community that checks all the boxes and then some? Sterling on the Lake in Flowery Branch, GA just might be at the top of your list.
First, Where is Sterling on the Lake?
This expansive neighborhood is located on the south side of Flowery Branch, east of 985. The neighborhood is actually a collection of several neighborhoods wrapped around the lake with entrances off of Capitola Farm Rd, Blackjack Rd, and Spout Springs Rd. Convenience to 985 means easy access to Lake Lanier, the Mall of Georgia down in Buford, and a 1 hr drive to the heart of downtown Atlanta.
Flowery Branch, GA
Before we dive into more details of Sterling on the Lake, let us tell you a little more about the surrounding area of Flowery Branch and what you can find there:
Population under 10,000
Home of the ATL Falcons training facility
Manufacturing and Distribution hubs for name brands like King’s Hawaiin and Wrigley’s
Wednesday, June 29, 2022 / by Cindy Bunch
Seasonal interior updates can help you embrace a new season and give your home a much-needed update. Lightening up your rooms can help them feel more relaxed and fresher and help put you in a summer mindset. Updating your home between seasons doesn’t have to be an entire undertaking, and a few simple swaps can feel like a breath of fresh air. Here are some quick and easy ways to incorporate summer vibes throughout your home.
Incorporate Natural Accents and Accessories
Natural materials, such as grasscloth, raffia, seagrass, jute, sisal, and wicker, have distinctive summer-like vibes. Incorporating woven baskets to store blankets, sandals or other loose ends can create a laid-back effect. Replacing your existing lampshades or sconce shades with woven chandelier shades is another small way to incorporate natural texture into a room. Accent seating in natural materials, such as a woven bench or console table, can lend to a room’s laid-back vibes.
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Wednesday, June 22, 2022 / by Cindy Bunch
This week, the Bunch Team is happy to host guest blogger, Candace Sigmon! You could say Candace Sigmon was born to DIY. She has always loved to tinker, fix, and build, and she has been working on home projects with her dad pretty much ever since she could hold a hammer. She created AtHomeHelper.com because she thought it might be fun to share some of what she has learned along the way as well as resources that she finds especially useful.---
Watching your in-home business grow is an exciting time. However, what do you do if you start to outgrow your home? To keep the convenience of working and living in the same place, you can upgrade. Consider these five tips from the Bunch Team for finding a house that accommodates your family and your business.
1. Evaluate What You Need
What isn't working for you currently, and how could you improve on it in your next home? Evaluate the needs your home is not meeting and write down exactly what you need from a new one ...
Wednesday, June 15, 2022 / by Cindy Bunch
Your front door is your home’s first impression before your guests even walk inside. Also, during the summer months, your porch is a place you’re more likely to spend visiting, hosting, relaxing, or even working. Therefore, the front door color can significantly impact how the front porch looks and feels. The right color can transform the space into an inviting, welcoming, and restful space. If you’re looking to paint your front door, below are some of the best colors to create a space that will impress your guests and where you’ll want to spend time.
Where to StartThe best paint color is the color that will be cohesive with your home and the vegetation and botanicals surrounding your home. For example, the front door color should complement the home’s architectural elements, such as brick, stone, siding, and roof. It should also complement the surrounding trees, shrubbery, and flowers.
Lighting is another essential factor to consider when selecting a pa. ...
Wednesday, June 8, 2022 / by Cindy Bunch
Whether or not you have children, the school district should be essential for your home search. Knowing the quality of the local school district should be a factor you consider, in addition to the home criteria, location, walkability, access to highways and public transportation, plus any other criteria that is important to you. A home in an excellent school district can protect your house from market fluctuation and aid in resale value. If you’re embarking on a home search, here are some reasons why you should always consider the school district during your home search and what to look for.
Determine What’s Important to You in a School
If you have children or plan on having children, some factors contribute to a school’s overall experience beyond the ratings and test scores. These factors could include the general environment, parental involvement, teacher credentials, and extracurricular activities.
Stable Home Values
Buying a home in a good school district ca; ...