Midlife Crisis Queen is selling her home in Fort Collins, Colorado. Author Laura Lee Carter blogs at Midlife Crisis Queen and has written about the major life change of selling your home, moving and retirement entitled Do I have the courage to live my dream?
Laura Lee Carter’s happy apple green home for sale must be the cutest on the block. The exterior curb appeal makes me thirsty for more, so we are taking a bit of a home tour inside today.
I happened upon her other article about selling her move-in ready home and moving out of the city entitled The Big Move: Grasping versus Letting Go “for a cleaner, quieter, calmer existence.” Whoosh, let that wash over you for a moment. Doesn’t that sound like the most wonderful plan?
Laura’s heart is very attached to this house and for good reason. She states since she grew up moving a lot, her Fort Collins, Colorado house is the first place that felt like home to her.
This is typically called buyers or sellers remorse. For Laura, I think it goes a little deeper and that is one thing I like about her home story. But, Laura and her husband are planning to build their dream home with mountain views in three directions. Good-bye metro living, hello peace and tranquility.
I can see this happy green house selling pretty quick. Listing detail updates include newer windows, carpeting, vinyl, paint, roof…. … Continue Reading
John Hughes house in Lake Forest, IL is on the market. Just a block from Lake Michigan.
Love John Hughes movies and that he lived in the Chicagoland area and made movies here. He is known for successful films like Home Alone and Home Alone 2; Ferris Bueller’s Day Off; Planes, Trains and Automobiles; The Breakfast Club; Some Kind of Wonderful; Sixteen Candles; Pretty in Pink and Weird Science.
John Hughes had a net worth of $150 million dollars per Celebrity Net Worth.
Sadly we are without this talented filmmaker as he died in 2009 of a heart attack at the age of 59 while walking on a street in Manhattan.
His home in Lake Forest is on the market with Coldwell Banker for $4,295,000. A classic English house style with a brick and stucco exterior. Originally built in 1929, and like a lot of older homes has stunning millwork and built-ins.
A whooping 10 bathrooms involves some being en-suite bedrooms. Six bedrooms and a first floor in-law arrangement bedroom.
Perfect for entertaining or a large family. The John Hughes house has an in-ground pool and lovely landscaping all set on over 2 acres. Unlike Home Alone, the attic is unfinished. … Continue Reading