Lake Martin Voice Realty
Part two of my Lake Martin Remodel in Parker Creek covers its interior transformation.
In a previous blog post I showed you before and after pictures of the changes made to the exterior of the home, the boat house and dock for this property in the Parker Creek area. (For the earlier post CLICK HERE for Lake Martin Remodel in Parker Creek).
Now look carefully at the before and after pictures of the interior – no more “wood” paneling, popcorn ceilings and wall to wall carpeting everywhere. I have wood paneling at my lake house and the best I could do was merely paint over it. I am not sure how the home owners did it, but they somehow floated some sheetrock mud over the grooves in the paneling, or something. Whatever they did, the results look incredible. I thought they had pulled out the paneling and installed sheetrock.
They also tackled the popcorn ceilings. Popcorn ceilings are not all that uncommon at Parker Creek because when that area of Lake Martin was developed over the 1960s, 70s and 80s, popcorn ceilings were popular. The problem is that they are messy to remove. These homeowners removed the popcorn, right down to slick sheetrock, then painted it. Look at the difference!
The interior makeover is awesome. It was made brighter with new lighting, fresh paint, and updated interior finishes. The kitchen and bathroom countertops were replaced and tile backsplashes were added. All of the interior doors were replaced including closet doors. But enough of my talking about it – see for yourself!
I am happy to help you look for your own fixer-upper or move-in ready home in Parker Creek or anywhere on Lake Martin. Give me a call at the number at the top of the page or contact me here.