Highlands NC Homes, Custom Closets

Highlands NC Homes, Custom Closets


Highlands NC homes

Meadows Mountain Realty, Highlands NC real estate

Custom closets add value to Highlands NC homes. There is no doubt that a well-planned closet offers ease when it comes to organization. Additionally, closets come in all shapes and sizes and serve different purposes. While a large walk-in closet is expected in a master suite in a luxury home, there are other closets that count as well. From shoe storage to coats, and everything in between, maximizing the usefulness of space in every closet is important. When preparing a Highlands NC home for sale, take a look at the closets, and consider making improvements.

Maximize space

How you use space is important. There are organizing systems you can install yourself, like Elfa from the Container Store, or more elaborate or elegant options that can be installed by companies like The Closet Factory and California Closets. A master bedroom closet may be large enough to have a seating area but should at the very least have shoe storage, shelving, and hanging space for clothing. Many Highlands NC luxury homes have a variety of dream closets.

Custom closets add a wow factor

Custom closet designs throughout a Highlands NC home for sale make an impact. Buyers open doors and drawers when viewing a home and when they like what they see there is good news for sellers. If you are preparing a home for sale the good news is that you can have great closets. In fact, you can create any design you want and an experienced contractor can make your design a reality. Your Highlands NC REALTOR can help recommend a list of local contractors.

Learn more about Highlands NC homes

Contact our team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Meadows Mountain Realty today to learn more about Highlands NC real estate. I welcome the opportunity to update you on market conditions while helping you with all of your buying and selling needs. Let my knowledge and experience serve as your guide to Highlands NC real estate.

Click here to read “Planning Guide: Closets” from HGTV.

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