If you’re thinking about buying a home near Winthrop University and have an interest in the arts, then you’ll be happy to know that you’ll have access to the seasonal productions of the College of Visual and Performing Arts, which is known for putting on a student-directed one-act play every semester.
The Fall One-Act Festival
The Fall One-Act Festival will be directed by Sarah Provencal. It will run for a limited time. You’ll be able to catch it on 8:00 PM on Friday, November 20th or Saturday, November 21st as well as on 2:00 PM on Saturday, November 21st or Sunday, November 22nd. The one-act play will be put on at The Studio Theatre and tickets will be $15 to the general public or $8 with a student I.D. The festival will include a variety of one-act plays put on by advanced theater students that may contain mature content and language.
Other Fall Performances
In addition to checking out the Fall One-Act Festival, we recommend checking out some of the other performances being put on by the College of Visual and Performing Arts, including The 39 Steps, which will run from October 28th through November 1st at The Studio Theatre. Although the play is adapted from the novel by John Buchan, you may be more familiar of the story from the Alfred Hitchcock film adaptation. You may also want to attend the Winthrop Dance Theatre Concert directed by Meg Schriffen, which will take place at the Johnson Theatre from November 12th through November 15th.
Buying a home near Winthrop University means that you can attend the Fall One-Act Festival as well as some of the other performances held by Winthrop University. For more information about buying a home in this area, be sure to contact Randy Lindsay today.
The leaves on the trees are going to be turning into vibrant colors soon before dropping off of their limbs, which means that fall is finally upon us. Now that the summer heat has begun to disappear, you can look forward to some of the events in Charlotte that are taking place throughout fall – especially before the colder days of winter hit. The following are a few of the upcoming events in Charlotte that are highly recommend you go see:
- Festival in the Park – The 51st annual Festival in the Park will be held from September 25th to September 27th in Freedom Park. This family-friendly event is expected to attract as many as 100,000 people this year. You’ll be able to check out over 150 artists and crafts people displaying and demonstrating their art. There will also be live music, magic acts, clown acts, food and more.
- Charlotte Beerfest – If you consider yourself a beer enthusiast – or simply enjoy a good beer now and again – then be sure to check out the Charlotte Beerfest on September 19th at the BB&T Ballpark. You can expect to sample over a hundred local craft beers as well as beers from both national and international breweries. You’ll also be able to enjoy live music by the Gin Blossoms while you sip your beer.
- Carolina Renaissance Festival – Beginning on the weekend of October 4th, the popular Carolina Renaissance Festival will run for eight straight weekends. The festival boasts 12 stages on which dance, music, comedy and other forms of entertainment will be performed. Additionally, there are also tons of games to play and rides to enjoy.
Check out some of these exciting fall events in Charlotte and be sure to contact us at Randy Lindsay for more information about the Charlotte area.
Getting a professional home inspection is an important step in buying a new home – you want to make sure that there are no problems that will cost you more money after you’ve bought the house, after all. However, even though professional home inspectors are quite thorough, they can’t identify potential problems that are hidden behind the walls, inside sewer lines or between floor joists. The following are a few problems you should look for that might be hidden:
- HVAC system – There usually isn’t enough time for a home inspector to be able to adequately test the HVAC system during the inspection process. To have it fully tested, have it inspected by an HVAC specialist.
- Water damage – If the house hasn’t been used for a while, then water damage caused by leaks may have dried up. Some water damage may have even been covered up by new paint.
- Damaged sewer lines – An inspector can estimate the age of your drain pipe but not the condition of the sewer lines. If the house is over 20 years old, consider paying for a sewer scope.
Look for these problems and contact Randy Lindsay for a real estate agent in Fort Mill, SC.
Buying a home for your student when they go off to college can be a really smart idea. It’s something that many parents will do in order to save money over the long run. There are definitely a few things you’ll want to think about if you’re thinking about buying a home new Winthrop University.
First of all, renting can be pretty expensive over the course of four years (or longer!). The amount of money that you end up putting into your student’s rent could be put towards the down payment of a house. As far as the mortgage payments go, you can rent out the other rooms of the house to friends of your student. This should be able to cover the monthly mortgage payments. In fact, you may be able to get away with charging enough for rent to cover a few other costs, such as maintenance costs, property tax and homeowners insurance costs. Once your student graduates and moves out, you could continue renting out the house until the value has appreciated enough to be worth selling.
Consider buying a home near Winthrop University for your student and contact us at Randy Lindsay for real estate advice.
If you’re looking for ways to settle into the community after moving to York County, then there’s no better way than to plan a picnic with friends and family at one of the beautiful parks located within York County. In fact, if you’re looking for a park at which to do this, we highly recommend the Harris Street Park.
The Harris Street Park is a popular park among residents of Fort Mill. Covering roughly 10 acres, the Harris Street Park has numerous amenities that make it perfect for a lazy weekend afternoon picnic. For example, you can hold your picnic under the picnic shelter, which contains two picnic tables, or the gazebo, which contains one picnic table. While this may not seem like a lot of picnic tables, each table holds up to 25 people. Additionally, the park boasts full restroom facilities. There are also plenty of amenities that the kids can use before and after lunch, such as the children’s playground, the lighted baseball or softball diamond and the lighted basketball court.
Settle down after a stressful move by picnicking at the Harris Street Park. For more information about York County, be sure to contact us at Randy Lindsay.
If you’ve been looking at homes to buy, then one of the things you’ve probably noticed from home to home is how boring the stairways often look. Fortunately, you can easily add character to the stairs once you buy a home by decorating them. The following are a few tips for decorating stairs:
- Install carpet runner – You can add a carpet runner down the middle of your steps to add color and pattern to the stairs. A runner is a great way to add a bit of elegance and sophistication to the overall stairway design.
- Paint a runner – If you’d rather not install carpet on the stairs, consider painting a runner instead. This gives you a lot of flexibility in terms of what your steps look like, thereby giving you a chance to be playful with it. You could go wild with the colors or even write a message going down the steps.
- Wallpaper – Another unique option is to wallpaper the sides of the steps. This is a great way to introduce different patterns – try using different wallpaper for each step!
Use these stair decorating ideas and contact Randy Lindsay for information about homes for sale in Fort Mill, SC.