If you are getting ready to sell your home, take time as the season begins to change take time to clean the windows outside and inside. To sell your home it needs to sparkle, so make sure the windows do too. In addition, take the drapes or curtains and have them cleaned.  Also, clean the blinds. If you have screens, this is a great time to clean those, as well. During open houses and showings, keep the blinds raised and the drapes open, so the home has as much natural light as possible.

 

The Fletcher Jones Fast and Fussiest Pet Adoption Event will take place on Saturday, September 15th. The adoption event begins at 11am and ends at 3pm. In addition, to pet adoption, there will be raffle items, pet vendors, free micro-chipping, dog training demonstrations and refreshments.  For every car sold, Fletcher Jones will donate $100. The event will take place at Fletcher Jones Motorcars, which is located at 3300 Jamboree Road in Newport Beach. For more information, see their website at: https://www.newportbeach.com/events/fletcher-jones-fast-furriest-pet-adoption-event/ or https://www.fjmercedes.com/.

 

Lido Isle is situated in Newport Harbor and is part of Newport Beach. Lido Isle has approximately 850 homes. Located at 123 Via Florence, this 5,600 square foot home has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. This Italian Villa style home was built in 2005 and designed by John O’Neill. Attention to detail can be seen in the Italian limestone, antique walnut and hand forged ironwork. The home features a courtyard garden. The formal dining room features a unique wine cellar display. There is elevator service to all three levels. The home sits on a 6,700 square foot piece of property with a corner lot setting at the foot of Piazza Lido. Outdoors, there is a private swimming pool, spa, covered veranda with a stone fireplace. Lido Isle has many amenities including tennis courts, a clubhouse, a private beach and yacht club.

Located at 42 Pelican Point Drive, this 8,800 square foot home is part of the Pelican Point development in Pelican Hill. This four bedroom, six bathroom home was built in 2002. With a European Baroque style, the home transports guests to coastal 16th century Europe. Attention to detail can be seen in mosaics, stone work and hand blown glass windows. The home features a wine cellar, home theater and a subterranean five car garage. There are wonderful views of the Pacific Ocean, white water, city night lights, the 12th hole of the Pelican Hill Golf Course and stunning sunsets. This home sits on a large 13,000 square foot piece of property.