Randolph County NC Home for Sale | 1973 Burney Rd, Asheboro, NC 27205

Randolph County NC Home for Sale | 1973 Burney Rd, Asheboro, NC 27205

Looking for a new home for your family that is in a great location and offers all the comforts of country-style living? All these you will find in this Randolph County NC home for sale. This beautiful, newly constructed home sits on 1.95 acres of land surrounded by a lush country landscape, and features 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms.

Asheboro NC Home for Sale - 1973 Burney Rd - Exterior Front

This home has been meticulously built, having a beautiful exterior vinyl construction matched with a very roomy interior spaces. This home is also located within the Southwestern Randolph School district—indeed, a perfect place to grow your family, especially those with school-aged children.

Randolph County Home for Sale - 1973 Burney Rd - Back view

Stepping inside the home, you will find a very spacious living room that features hand hewn hickory floors and a vaulted ceiling. This gives the living room of this Randolph County NC home for sale a very bright and roomy ambiance.

Home for sale in Asheboro NC - 1973 Burney Rd - Living Room

This home also features a huge eat-in kitchen that shares the same hand hewn hickory flooring and high ceiling as the living room. In the kitchen, you will find stainless steel appliances, lots of cabinet and space, a pantry, and a large kitchen island—a treat for the family chef!

Asheboro home for sale - 1973 Burney Rd -

The master bedroom of this lovely Randolph County NC home for sale is very roomy and has a very relaxing and comfortable atmosphere. This ambience is also shared by the two other bedrooms found within the home.

Home for sale in Randolph County - 1973 Burney Rd - master bedroom

The master bath has a very refreshing and classy look. It features a walk-in shower and digital thermostat.

Randolph County home - 1973 Burney Rd - master bathroom

This home also has a dedicated laundry room. Put in a heavy duty washer-dryer, and you are all set to take on your family’s laundry needs.

Asheboro home for sale - 1973 Burney Rd - laundry room

To the back you will find an amply spaced patio that overlooks the refreshingly green surroundings that envelope the home. Set it up with an outdoor patio set and this becomes a great place to hang out while enjoying the view and taking in the crisp country air.

1973 Burney Rd - Asheboro NC Home for sale - Deck

This lovely Randolph County home for sale is truly a wonderful abode for those growing families who seek the pleasant comforts of country-style living.

To know more about how you can own this lovely home, call me Waynette Araj at 336-953-6526.

Just in case you can not view my video above, you can go directly to my YouTube channel to watch the video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BSuEvJh7ak

Waynette Hoover Araj

RE/MAX Central Realty
231 S Fayetteville St, Asheboro NC 27203


Asheboro NC Home For Sale – 450 Mt Shepherd Rd Ext

Asheboro NC Home For Sale – 450 Mt Shepherd Rd Ext

An exceptionally home for sale in Asheboro NC located on a 1.21 acre lot. Its wood-look vinyl floors are easy-to-clean. It has spacious side and front deck vaulted ceiling. Large gravelled parking area around back. Spacious, level yard. New metal roof installed in 2013. This home in Asheboro is a must-see to appreciate.

Front View

Living Room


Master Bedroom

Master Bath / Spa

Exterior Back

This property is presented to you by Waynette Araj, Asheboro NC Realtor
For viewing schedule of this Asheboro NC Home for Sale,
contact Waynette at 336-953-6526.

For more information, visit http://www.RandolphCountyHomes.com

Be A Step Ahead in Maintaining Your Randolph County Home For Sale This Summer

Summer is fast approaching and with the end of June almost in sight, most homeowners are thinking more about weekend barbecues and getaways than maintaining their homes.

But for those who are planning on selling their Randolph County NC home this summer, keeping ahead of maintenance issues will definitely help with the sale of their property. Here are some of the key items that you need to do:

  1. Clean your air conditioner. The best time to clean them is before you power them on for the first time. But most of us need to turn on the AC sooner than expected, so few of us are able to clean them up. But sooner is always better than later, so if you are planning to sell your Randolph County home this summer, you will want to make sure that your potential buyers are comfortable at all times. Make sure to leave them with a copy of the owner’s manual with the instructions on how to clean the AC’s coils and fins and how to change filters.
  2. Clear all the clutter. You already know how important this is for selling your Randolph County home for sale, but don’t overlook your winter heating equipment which could also add to the clutter. Store away your portable heaters and while doing so, get the filters from the central furnace and make a note to get replacements the next time you visit the hardware store. This will be a turn on for potential buyers once they see that new replacements are ready for the coming winter and are likely to think that the seller is someone who takes good care of the home and is ahead of maintenance matters.
  3. Clean your windows. Don’t forget to clean the window coverings as well. This may be a task that we hate doing but remember that if you are selling your Randolph County NC home this summer a few extra steps will pay off like making your windows shine. If you have some more time to spare, you could also hose off and clean the screens and lay them out under the summer sun to dry.

Selling your Randolph County home would be less stressful if you are a step ahead with your home’s maintenance. If you need help with the perfect marketing plan for your home, call me so we could discuss how you could get top dollar for your Randolph County home.

Randolph County NC Housing Market Not Linked to Wall Street

With the steady rise of the Randolph County NC housing market, some will question whether this will be for good or whether to expect another dip, and this forecast is usually based on the status of Wall Street. This assumption is not too far-fetched, taking into consideration the economic recession of 2008 when both the housing market and stock market crashed simultaneously. Some just make this conclusion based on the saying “what goes up must go down” and expect the worst even after the recovery of the housing market.

In reality, the housing market is not really yoked with the stock market. It is not dependent on the movement of the stock market. Shelter will always be a basic commodity; something that people will always need and look for, regardless of economic status.

On the other hand, stocks are more of an investment in the ownership of a business entity, which not all people really do.

Both markets are influenced by the same factors like inflation and employment, but to varying degrees.

So if someone is thinking about whether the stock market will fall and if this should influence their decision to buy or sell Randolph County NC homes, they shouldn’t be too alarmed, especially now that land values have risen last year (the first annual gain in 8 years). This only means that the positive trend in the housing market looks like it will last a bit longer.

If you want to put up your Randolph County home for sale this spring, contact me. Regardless of the status of the market and season, I always have up-to-the-minute local neighborhood information ready for you.