Open House | 2200 Drake Falls Pearland, TX 77584 in Shadow Creek


Open House this Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm @ 2200 Drake Falls Pearland TX 77584! 

ML # 60618448 |  Listed for $249,999

Curb Appeal! Beautiful 2 Story Home with 3 car attached garage! Both Formal and Dining Rooms greet you upon entering the home. Open Concept Floor Plan provides a great view of the downstairs. Granite Island Kitchen with bay window in the breakfast room, and built in work desk too! Spacious laundry room leading out to the garage. All 4 Bedrooms upstairs. Master Suite w/ double sinks, garden tub, & separate shower. Oversized Gameroom w/ custom built in shelving! Beautiful Pergola in backyard! Give Maggie McFarland and The Pearland Home Team today for your personal tour!! 281-485-HOME

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Beautiful 1 Story Home in Gated Community

Beautiful 1 Story Home in Gated Community! 3 bedroom home with study that could also be 4th bedroom. Spacious formal dining room located just off the entry way. Oversized Island Kitchen with Breakfast Bar, & lots of cabinets, & breakfast room has the perfect window seat. The living room with wood laminate flooring high ceilings, & cozy fireplace. Master Bedroom w/ on suite bathroom separate shower, Jacuzzi tub, 2 separate vanities, & spacious walk in closets. Great backyard with patio & shed

3611 Shasta Ct Pearland, TX 77584

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8827 Bateman Blvd in Rosharon!!

Come and take a view at this lovely home in Rosharon, TX 77583. Price was reduced! Fore more information call the PearlandHomeTeam @ 281-485-HOME!

Looking for a great 4 bedroom on .63 of an acre….LOOK NO FURTHER! Split plan, large utility, built-ins in the living area, covered patio/carport, storage shed. Just South of Hwy 6 off of 288 offers easy access to Pearland Town Center, Med Center, Lake Jackson and still have the in the country feel.


Now Sale Pending @ 6806 Paigetree Lane in West Oaks Village

This beauty did not last long!! After 4 days on the market now Sale Pending in West Oaks Village! If you are in the market to sell/buy/lease give the PearlandHomeTeam a call TODAY @ 281-485-HOME. We are here for all your real estate needs! ‪#‎paigetree‬ ‪#‎westoakvillage‬ ‪#‎maggiemcfarland‬ ‪#‎remaxpearland‬ ‪#‎pearlandhometeam‬


Budget-Smart Bath Makeover

Budget-Smart Bath Makeover

Don’t like what you see in the bathroom mirror? Then it’s time for a facelift. Budget-smart bath updates will make you smile.

Curved-front bath vanities.

Give a tired vanity area simple, stylish updates. Paint, tile, and hardware work wonders on a budget. Use the savings to revive a tub and shower, too.

Bath vanities.

Throw a Few Curves

Each allen + roth™ vanity (#394568) comes with an engineered-stone countertop, curved backsplash, and a vitreous china sink bowl — all for about $500. Pair each vanity with an allen + roth™ medicine cabinet (#462814). A new towel holder (#20304) wears the same brushed-nickel finish. Replace worn-out wall coverings with Valspar Crystal Sea paint (#5004-7B), glass mosaic tile (#526258), chair-rail tile (#464018), and allen + roth™ subway tile (#464014). Glazed porcelain floor tile (#121011) looks like marble for less than $2 per square foot.

Vanity storage space.

Generous Storage

The sable-finish vanity offers more than just good looks. Opening the doors reveals valuable storage, including a drawer at the bottom.

Brushed-nickel faucet.

Shapely Faucet

Swap out your old sink faucet for an elegant and economical widespread WaterSense® model (#356591). The brushed-nickel finish resists fingerprints and water spots.

Brushed-nickel triple light fixture.

Fashion Fixture

See your bath — and yourself — in a new light by upgrading the vanity light fixture. At less than $200, this model (#600368) features a brushed-nickel finish and a pleasing mix of curves and angles.

Medicine cabinet interior.

No Mere Mirror

Get a mirror and more for less than $150 with this allen + roth™ medicine cabinet (#462814). Adjustable glass shelves provide flexible storage for bath needs. You can have the door open on the right or left — just rotate the cabinet before mounting.

Tiled tub surround.

Shake Up Your Shower

Invigorate a tub/shower with a bright new tub (#349094) and tile surround. For the lower walls, use the same combo of mosaic tile (#526258), chair-rail tile (#464018), and allen + roth™ subway tiles (#464014) as in the vanity area. Then set off the upper walls with inexpensive subway tiles (#64396). For less than $200, a new tub/shower faucet (#409692) delivers spa style and WaterSense® savings. The allen + roth™ shower curtain (#288645), brushed-nickel rings (#337812), and gray rug (#557514) are affordable upgrades, too.

Vertical subway tile and shower caddy.

Tile Twist

Turn traditional subway tile (#64396) on its head by setting it vertically on the upper shower walls. At about $2 per square foot, the subway tile is a chic look for less. Once the new tile is ready, shore up shower storage with a versatile caddy (#48080) that hangs on the showerhead.

Bump-out double shower rod.

Well-Rounded Rod

By deviating from the straight and narrow, this allen + roth™ curved shower rod (#431044) adds a little elbowroom. Use the double-rod to separate the liner and curtain or hang a towel on the outside rod.

Brushed-nickel robe hook.

Staging Tips for Sellers

Staging Tips for SellersSpring has arrived, which means real estate season is upon us. When selling your home or property, attracting full price offers is always top priority, and a properly staged home can be your number one asset in drawing as many offers as possible. Here are staging tips to help you prepare your home for the market.

Enhance Your Entry

It’s the first thing buyers see, and most likely serves as the first impression of your house. Utilize the entry by updating the front door color, change out the door hardware (or clean and polish the current hardware). Make potential buyers welcome with a nice mat and some potted plants or flowers.

Clean Out Clutter

The majority of us have too much stuff, and clutter is a huge killer for potential buyers. Be ruthless when it comes to clutter — if you haven’t used it in three months, box it up. If you haven’t used it in a year, sell or donate it. Go one room at a time. It’s ok to have empty space. If you can’t part with something, get creative on how to store it. Rolling bins that fit under beds are perfect for hiding items and getting things out of the way. Too much furniture will also make a home look cluttered and smaller than it is. You want to create space – ask what you can live without. Every square foot is prime real estate.

Move or Float Furniture

Once you’ve moved out the clutter, turn to the remaining furniture. Furniture doesn’t need to be pushed up against walls. Moving and floating pieces can help rooms look and feel bigger. Try moving pieces around, even from other rooms, but remember to keep the perimeters clear with clear pathways.

Let the Light In

Natural light does wonders for a home and makes rooms more inviting. Take down heavy drapery and replace with gauzy and airy fabrics. If you have views, play them up! Look into roman shades, which help with privacy but also let light in. Simple curtain panels made from airy fabrics like cotton twill or translucent linen will let the light in during the day and still help with privacy at night.

Re-purpose Rooms

Do you have a designated junk room? Re-purpose rooms that have lost their identity. Most designers look at junk rooms and envision fantasy spaces: an exercise room, meditation space, art studio, etc.. Re-purpose a clutter/junk room into something that will add value to the house. Also consider loft spaces, stairwell nooks and other areas not utilized or gathering dust as possible areas for increased space.

Light It Up

Many homes are poorly lit, making rooms too dim or harsh on the eyes which can deter buyers when they walk into your house. Try to aim for a total of 100 watts for every 50 square feet. Don’t be afraid of dimmers, and replace light-switch covers that are old, dingy or broken. Uplights also help add depth to a room, especially when positioned behind a plant or piece of furniture.

Add Some Color

Color on the walls or as an accent can really make a room pop. Painting is an inexpensive and easy way to give your house a new look. Neutral colors don’t mean beige or off-white; warm tans, honey and soft blue-greens all attract the eye and help to make a room feel warmer without going overboard. Accent walls can also add a burst of color. If painting is too daunting, add richly colored accessories, pillows and throws for subtle bursts of color.

Add Art and Accessories

De-cluttering is important, but so is playing up what you have in your house. Adding art to a drab wall can also add character to a room. Try breaking up the art by patterning and grouping pictures or images together. Add a small touch by accessorizing your room — layer accessories in threes, with varied heights and widths. The eye naturally reads a room from left to right, so adding a large or striking object in the far right corner will draw the eye to it and make the room seem bigger. Another accessory not to be overlooked: plants. A vase of fresh flowers, branches, twigs or greenery will add depth and character to a room.

Cultivate Your Neighbors

I have heard it said that when you have a plot of land, the best things to cultivate are your neighbors.

How’s it going for you in your neighborhood? Have you cultivated any friendships with your new neighbors? Could you borrow a cup of sugar if you need it? If so, good for you!

If you haven’t, it’s never too late to start. And if I can help you to get acquainted, please don’t hesitate to call. You might be wondering who lives across the street, or how much the house down the road is selling for.  I know all about the neighborhood and the real estate market, that’s for sure.  If you want to get to know the neighborhood by maps, by demographics, or by locating schools or houses of worship, you’ll find all of that and more on my website.

I know that moving and getting settled is a huge undertaking.  I help people move every day.  Please know how much I appreciate your trust and confidence in me.  And remember that I am ready to help your friends, associates or, yes, your neighbors if they are considering making a change in real estate.

Thanks for your continued support!

2003 Longherridge Dr, Pearland TX 77581

Listed Price JUST REDUCED TO $325,000

Beautiful Custom 1 Story Home in Shadycrest Subdivision on nearly a 1 acre lot! Ceramic Tile throughout, with custom wood paneling in several of the rooms. Wood Burning Fireplace in living room, w/ great views of the kitchen. Custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, & double oven! 2 Large bonus rooms w/ closets can serve so many purposes + office space. Master w/ on suite bathroom w/ 2 closets, Jacuzzi tub, & separate shower. Spacious back patio for entertaining & storage too.

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