Then we’ll move on to talk about 443 Centennial Forest. We sold a place in a “sister” building at 100 Millside for a big number in December, and the market has only continued to increase since then. Expect it to go for more than the $429k asking price.
After that, we’ll look at a small detached home on Rigo, and look at the empty piece of land behind the home on Vaughan Court. I have a dirty little secret you can use to learn more about any empty piece of land in town. Use this map, zoom in on your focus area, and then select the zoning map.
Finally, Randall is the glass of water in a desert for some buyers. Timberlea has had such low turnover and such high demand that every home makes a big splash when they come out. The amount of work needed might hold some buyers back, but I bet quite a few see it as a chance to make it their own.