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Tony Bassett presents 13162 Lyons Hwy, Sand Creek, MI 49279

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Tony Bassett, Realtor


This home located at 13162 Lyons Hwy, Sand Creek, MI 49279 sits on 44 gorgeous acres, wooded lot, with a large stocked private pond.


Enjoy your private oasis in the unique log cabin style and open floor plan this home provides.


While being located in a rural community this property lies just a short distance from Lyons, Ohio.


There has been a private deer hunting business there for years, double your investment with a business of your own! Check out the website here:


Large out building great fro a man cave for hunters to use. Pickup Truck, all terrain vehicle, and other items included.


Part of a federal farm credit program called “PA 116″.


For more information on this property please contact Tony Bassett at 419-340-7843, home priced at $549,900.


 DIY Bird Bath |

Create this beautiful DIY bird bath from Lowe’s Creative ideas!

Sizes may vary depending on what you find available and to what you prefer, here is one way.

You’ll need the following to make the bird bath:

•17-inch urn
•12-inch poly urn
•10-inch terra-cotta saucer
•Spray paint
•Potting mix

Start by drilling 4 to 5 holes on the large urn for the water drainage.

Now grab the spray paint and have fun painting the urns and saucer with the color you chose! To be safe for the birds we recommend to use craft paint for the saucer instead of spray.

Place the small urn upside-down on top of the big one like shown here.

DIY Bird Bath Step by Step |

Fill a little bit of potting mix around the urn and then place the flowers in one by one. Then just place the saucer on top of the small urn, put some water on it and it’s done!

DIY Bird Bath Step by Step |
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Julie Connell presents 4130 Elmway Dr, Toledo, OH 43614

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Julie Connell




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For more information on this home priced at $129,900 please contact Julie Connell at 419-376-2718.



5 tips to transform your bathroom into a spa 

Turn the bathroom into your own spa with these pointers.

Instead of paying for a dozen massages, why not just culminate your very own spa at home? You’d be surprised just how much a few minor adjustments can elevate the space to enhance bath time. Here are five tips to transform your bathroom into a spa.

1. Invest in a few indulgences
It’s the little things that make a spa day worth the experience: fancy scrubs, soft towels, juicy gossip magazines. Buy a few of these items, and strategically arrange your bathroom so it’s as welcoming as the reception at your favorite spa. Treat yourself to a few high-quality towels and irresistible bath soap and lotion, so that you can feel like a princess every day.

2. Make good use of the space
Spas are so serene because they’re more organized than a check book. Believe it or not, you can achieve this level of cleanliness right at home. All you have to do is clear out any clutter and tuck away anything that sticks out so you can put your mind at ease while you’re taking a bubble bath. If you simply can’t do without the kids’ toiletries in the bathroom, at least put them in pretty glass jars.

3. Target the senses
Don’t neglect some aromatherapy candles for a full sensory experience. As HGTV pointed out, some companies sell specialty candles that melt into an emollient that you can rub into your skin to make it silky smooth. Find one of these candles or opt for one that provides a soothing experience like an ocean-scented option. Then, all you need is some soothing music to mentally transport yourself to the spa.

4. Put up new curtains
Apartment Therapy explained that the purpose of a spa day is to escape the daily grind. Whether you hang up new curtains or put a lock on the bathroom door, do what you must to keep this time all to yourself. You may even consider decorating the bathroom with some large plants, making it feel like you’re in a different place.

5. Surprise yourself
Do something unexpected to the bathroom, suggested Apartment Therapy. Little things like placing a bouquet of flowers at the foot of the tub and hanging a new piece of art can make your bathroom feel less like your home and more like a weekend getaway.

Article provided by HMS Home Warranty 

Melissa Utterback presents home at 7216 Brint Rd, Sylvania, OH 43560

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Melissa Utterback, Realtor


Convenient in-town value with country feel!

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Half acre yard with line of trees in the back. Huge master bedroom addition.

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Kitchen and bath updated including tile accents.

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Dining room opens to sunroom. Cozy family room with woodburner.

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Save on expenses with appliances included. Walk-up attic for storage or future living space.


Fresh paint and updated flooring including dark hardwoods in living room.



For more information on this property priced at $140,000, please contact Melissa Utterback at 419-787-8311.


Melissa Utterback Presents 204 W Dudley St Maumee Ohio 43537

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For more information on this property please contact Melissa Utterback at 419-787-8311.


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Dan Novotny, Realtor


3055 Quarry Rd, Maumee, OH 43537 has been recently updated and featured in Lake Magazine, this original show home has plenty of features for the most energetic family.

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Five bedrooms plus a huge bonus room and finished basement (and plenty of storage space) means there’s room for everyone to have a space of their own.

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New/refinished hard wood floors on the main floor and lots of windows brighten the main living areas.

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A view of the quarry from the octagonal sitting room in the master suite is the perfect place to relax after a long day.

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Completely redone landscaping surrounding the house, including exterior lighting and a level playground area against the backdrop of a beautiful rockwall, make enjoying time on the wrap around porch, deck and gazebo priceless.

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This one-of-a-kind Victorian style home in the Quarry is a must-see for anyone wanting to live in the highly sought after Anthony Wayne School District.


For more information on this home priced at $439,900 please contact Dan Novotny at 419-575-2430.


Congratulations to our June 2015 Leaders! Danberry Realtors is here to serve you. Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan’s real estate choice; our Realtors and Agents make it worry free! Danberry has been a leader in real estate since 1962, we are proud of our team and commend their hard work and commitment to the Danberry terms of excellence!

June 2015


Donna Friesner Presents Perrysburg Home at 26693 Green Ville Drive, Perrysnurg, Ohio, 43551

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Donna Friesner, Realtor


Exceptional quality in this 4 bedroom home that has been completely updated and immaculately maintained!  The backyard is a private retreat with a 36ft pool.

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Gourmet eat-in Kitchen with quartz counters and travertine backsplash, island, wine cooler and slider to backyard deck! Formal Dining and den or Living room!

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Desirable school district and family friendly community!  Perrysburg is also rated #26th/50 for the safest cities in the Ohio by!

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2009 New roof; 2010 New Bryant HE furnace; 2014 Updated finished basement & Dining room; 2013 Update Master Bath; 2012 Update Guest Bath &New pool liner.

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Close to Fort Meigs State Park, schools and parks,  Levis Commons and downtown Perrysburg offer unique events, shops, restaurant and services

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Professional landscaping, custom multi-level wood deck and concrete patio all framing this spectacular pool in the private fenced backyard with sprinkler system.

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Property priced at $379,000, for more information on this home please contact Donna Friesner at 419-356-6688.


The Tesla home battery highlights how homeowners care about energy efficiency - and how new technology can find its way into the real estate market.

One of the biggest housing market trends over the past few years has been energy efficiency. From the rise of Energy Star appliances to “smart homes” – equipped with the best technology to regulate energy use – homeowners are looking for ways to save money and help the environment at the same time.

One new idea is the Tesla home battery. What is it? Officially known as the Powerwall, this battery acts like the traditional backup generator many homeowners already have – but it removes the need to connect to the main power grid. The battery has shown promise as a self-sustaining alternative energy solution. It can be paired with solar power to run many systems in a home, all for a lower cost than traditional electricity.

Home battery gains popularity
Right now, the home battery is in its infancy. The technology works, but creating each unit for an affordable price, and then installing it, is where it gets a bit tricky. The battery alone costs between $3,000 and $3,500, depending on the size. However, the total price for the homeowner increases to more than $7,000 when parts, installation and labor are factored in.

Consequently, the home battery is an interesting idea and a niche product at the moment. But niche homebuyers are sharing rave reviews.

“I think it’s brilliant,” California-based homeowner and Tesla home battery owner Mike Thielen told the Associated Press. “I would consider upgrading to a more powerful home battery if they could figure out a way to get me totally off the grid.”

Energy efficiency remains homeowners’ priority
Many homeowners today are keen on energy efficiency, and the Tesla home battery is just one example of a new technology that shows promise.

From a real estate perspective, a home with more energy-efficient components is more likely to sell. Whether it’s the Tesla home battery, which is cheap to operate and could pay for itself in as little as four or five years, or something more common, like Energy Star appliances, tankless water heaters and high-quality windows and doors, home buyers are increasingly more interested in efficiency.

So far, the Tesla home battery is being tested by eager homeowners across the country. Many are in California, where the state offers financial incentives for energy-efficient homes. Even so, the battery itself could catch on in more places as the price comes down – and more homeowners take advantage of eco-friendly home systems.


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