Special features in Luxury homes distinguish from other homes on the market.
1. A master bedroom suite is an extravagant affair in a luxury house. It is usually a huge room with an oversized bathroom off of it. Sometimes there are his and hers baths. There are extra-large closets, some designed to double as dressing rooms. Also, there is likely a sitting area in the master suite of a luxury house that overlooks a scenic view.
2. If you want a gourmet kitchen, then a McKinney Texas luxury home is a sure bet to feature one. Great looking cabinets, center islands, the best in appliances, usually featuring gas cooking which is something gourmet cooks say is a must. And typically, they feature a walk-in pantry. Many luxury homes also feature both a kitchen dinning area called a hearth room as well as a formal dinning room.
3. In a luxury house, there are numerous rooms you don’t find in a run of the mill house. There may be a den, an office, and a library. You might find a game room and a media room with theater seating. There may be one or more guest suites.
4. You will notice a difference in the flooring of McKinney luxury homes. They are of higher quality, typically hardwood or the highest grade of carpeting. Instead of vinyl, you will find ceremaic tile, slate and marble.
5. Walls and ceilings have that extra something, too. You may find bookshelves that have been built into the walls in various rooms. The paper and paint on the walls will be the best. The ceilings can be very high in a luxury house. Sometimes luxury houses have coffered ceilings, and sometimes beams cross overhead.
One thing you will find that is special in a luxury house is the built in electronics. New luxury houses these days come with security and surveillance systems. They also have pre-wired surround sound.
Heated pools, gated communities, beautiful landscapiing and even guest houses are just a few of the other perks you will find in Mckinney Texas luxury homes.
Luxury is in the eye of the beholder. Anyone of these features added to your dream home can make it a luxury home for you.
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Let’s start with a Webster type definition and we’ll break it down from there. A home inspection is a non-destructive visual examination of the structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and roof components of a home. A home inspection is not technically exhaustive.
Now, let’s break that down into easier terms.
A home inspection is a non-destructive visual examination This means that the inspector will view the home without damaging, or moving objects to inspect. The inspector cannot see behind walls, above ceilings, behind outlets, furniture or stored items. He will just inspect what he can see. Heshe will only remove those panels normally used to service a component of the home. If access is blocked, they will not be able to inspect that particular component.
The inspector uses their knowledge of a home to detect items that are damaged, deteriorated, non-functional, a safety hazard, or just plain constructed poorly.
The inspector at times will use tools to perform the inspection like a circuit tester to determine if outlets are wired properly.
Just like a copy editor is trained to spot misspelled words, an inspector is trained to spot defects. It may look like they are moving thru the home not really doing much, but when you do this for awhile, you know what to look for and a defect pops out at them like Jason in a Friday the 13th movie.
A home inspector should be willing to get their hands a bit dirty. If there is attic access, they should go up there. If the crawlspace has got access, they should be willing to get in there for you.
Safety is always the main concern for a home inspector, so sometimes things like walking the roof surface are just out of the question due to safety concerns. Also, if there is say, water in front of the electric panel, you can bet the inspector will not be taking off the panel while standing in a puddle.
Most of the things a home inspector looks for, most people miss while doing their walk-thru with their realtor. Most home buyers look at the new flooring, paint, landscaping, etc.
A home inspector will look beneath all of that and really let you know what you are buying. The new paint won’t be of much use if the roof starts leaking and you need a new roof. Then you’ll also need to repaint to get rid of the stains….and you better hope there’s no mold or you’ll have to replace the drywall….as you can see the problems and costs can really have a snowball effect.
Will a home inspector catch everything Probably not every little thing, but you should be able to sleep better at night knowing that you have done everything possible to ensure your newest investment was a good one.
Do your homework and find an inspector that you feel comfortable with. Don’t wait until the last minute. Plan ahead and search around. Don’t go for the lowest price. Sometimes you get what you pay for.
If you’re buying a home, do yourself a big favor and get it inspected. You won’t have any regrets.