Blog Archives: Kansas City
This Longfellow Queen Anne Victorian Is my Pick of the Week
This Longfellow Queen Anne Victorian Is my ‘Pick of the Week’. Learn about the listing, the architectural style, and why I chose it.
Sarah’s News in 2022
What is Sarah up to in 2022? In this article, Sarah shares what’s new in her work, home, and blog for 2022.
Kansas City Home Sales Prices Climb 5% in 2019
The average home sales prices for the entire Kansas City metropolitan area rose about 5% again last year in 2019. That is the same amount they rose the year prior….
1960’s Retro Elegance in Leawood South is My Home of the Week
For this Pick of the Week, Sarah shares a suburban Leawood home full of elegance, personality, and mid-century flair. Read about the one feature that made her love it, and see photos of the elegant exterior, the retro wallpaper, and stylish fixtures.
Home Sales Prices Holding Steady in Brookside
In this post, Sarah discusses market trends and a leveling off of home prices in Brookside.
Retro Outdoor Thermometers
We love to mix in little hints of retro decor wherever we can. In this article, Sarah shares some of her favorite retro-inspired outdoor thermometers.
2017 Brookside Home Sales Report – Prices Rise for Third Straight Year
It was another stellar year for our real estate investments as prices rose for the third straight year in a row in Brookside. The average home sales price in Brookside rose 9% over 2016.
Winter Wreaths for your Kansas City Home
If you know Sarah, you know she loves a great wreath. In this article, she shares tips for winter decorating, and a few great winter wreaths for sale around the web.
Native Plant Sale and Butterfly Event this Saturday
One of my favorite places, the Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center, will host a native plant sale and Monarch butterfly educational event this Saturday, September 16, from 9:30-2pm. There will be native perennials, wildflowers, trees, and grasses for sale, along with giveaways, and hands-on activities for the whole family. Learn more about the event and why I love the Discovery Center.