Berea, KY Real Estate News

By Nola Newman, "Helping You Find Your Way Home"
(Nola Newman Realty)
Click on Photo for more info   116A Linda Lane               Could I have your attention please!                         How would you like to have the income from 18 rental apartment units and 60 warehouse storage units? If the answer is yes, then you will want to see this property that’s conveniently located just off  I75. For more information please call Nola at 859-200-5235 today!!  
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By Donna Mabes
(Realty World, Adams And Associates)
Hey and welcome to my blog!  I just want to talk today about why my hometown, Berea, KY, is such a great place to live, work and raise a family.  I have lived in Berea since I was 14 and was born and raised in Madison County.  There is not another place anywhere that I would want to call home!  We have beautiful mountain views, great rivers and lakes, rolling countryside and the friendliest neighbors around! Come visit us during our craft festivals throughout the year,or attend our famous Spoonbread festival every year in September.  Stay awhile in our many wonderful hotels, lodges and bed and breakfasts, and for a real treat stay a night in the newly remodeled and now 4 star rated historic Boone Tavern Inn and restaurant.  What a treat to stay in this beautiful place with so much histo...
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By Nola Newman, "Helping You Find Your Way Home"
(Nola Newman Realty)
There's a lot going on around Berea this month, stop by and enjoy some of it. June 5 - 8 Berea Arena Theater presents: Paul Power's hilarious comedy -             "Noel & Reb" Make your reservations now call:             986-9039   June 6 Whimsical Jewelry Demonstrated by Teresa Kibby Teresa Kibby of Somerset will demonstrate how she creates her colorful and whimsical metal jewelry from 10:30 am - 3:30 pm at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea. Open from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm and admission is free.   June 6 - 13 VBS - Westside Baptist Church Please visit us online at www.westside-baptist.com and download the pre-registration form and drop it off at the church or mail it to us.    June 6 - 7 Tennis Tournament The Mountain Tennis Circuit is hosting its second tournament June 6-7 at the Berea...
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By Lizette Fitzpatrick, Lizette Realty, Lexington KY MLS - Kentucky Homes
(Lizette Realty - Richmond KY)
Berea Rain Barrel Festival - Berea Kentucky Last year's drought in Central Kentucky really did a number on some of my trees and shrubs. Even if you did get to water them, the chlorinated stuff you get out of the end of the water hose didn't help plants grow...merely kept them alive. A rain barrel is the answer to the watering problem. Keep your own rain water...it's free! Not only will it save you money,but when there are watering restrictions you will be able to ignore them! In one of last year's newsletters, I wrote about installing a rain barrel  on your house. Here's another chance for you to get one this year.  The 2008 Berea Rain Festival  on April 26 from 11am - 4pm will have 55 hand painted rain barrels by Kentucky artists for sale in a silent auction. Unpainted rain barrels wil...
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By Nola Newman, "Helping You Find Your Way Home"
(Nola Newman Realty)
Putting your home up for sale can be a scary thought. I'm a seasoned real estate agent and broker and I understand how unsettling it can be. I did it a few years ago myself. A good approach to sell your home is to step back, put your emotions aside and look at your home as a buyer would. Nothing turns off a potential buyer faster than peeling paint, damaged front steps and so on. So it makes sense to make repairs before you put your home on the market. A home in good condition is one of your best selling tools. Fix any drains, faucets or plumbing fixtures, replace burned out bulbs or broken electrical outlets or faceplates. Fix doors that don't open easy including your garage door and repair, replace or remove the garage door opener. Replace cracked windows or torn screens, repair damag...
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By Nola Newman, "Helping You Find Your Way Home"
(Nola Newman Realty)
  Sunday Morning in Berea Ky             Berea is located in southern Madison County near the edge of central Kentucky's Blue Grass Region at exits 76 & 77 on I75. The city is 15 miles south of Richmond, Kentucky, 39 miles south of Lexington, Kentucky; 113 miles southeast of Louisville, Kentucky and 132 miles north of Knoxville, Tennessee. Berea has a small town atmosphere with cultural and historic roots that makes Berea an ideal place to live, work and play. It is a beautiful combination of southern hospitality and Appalachian tradition.  Named the folk arts and crafts capital of Kentucky, Berea has something for everyone. This town, also the home of Berea College, If you're looking for crafts with the beauty of Appalachian tradition and culture, Berea, is the place to visit.         ...
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By Nola Newman, "Helping You Find Your Way Home"
(Nola Newman Realty)
 Fall is a great time of year in this area, this is a picture of a downtown church with the explosion of color going on around here. Tonight is Halloween in The Park where local merchants set up and kids can Trick or Treat in safety, take a ride on a fire truck with the siren sounding off and make fun of their friends and neighbors in their costumes. Berea is truly a fun close knit community, stop by sometime. Exit 76 or 77 on  I 75 in Kentucky.
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