Capitol West condominium homes are a site to behold in both design and location. Just three blocks away from the Capitol Square, State Street and the Overture Center for the Arts, this urban community is within walking distance of all things Madison. Whether you are interested in 309 W.Washington, Capitol Court Townhomes + Washington Rowhouses or Broom Street Lofts, you will find a variety of floor plans, finishes and price points to consider.
The model is open daily and we will happily arrange a private showing upon request by emailing Heidi at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to welcoming YOU to the Capitol West community soon!
Price has been reduced on this fabulous Marshall Erdman designed home. Read all about the history of this Madison architect here!
Stunning MARSHALL ERDMAN Mid-Century Modern Home! Cathedral Ceilings, updated kitchen with new stainless appl,iances updated baths, open floor plan, beautifully landscaped, fenced large lot w/ mature trees. Lower level with full size Anderson windows & plumbed for additional bath. Walk out to yard from kitchen or lower level laundry/mud room. Original hardwoods through most of exposed sq footage, ceramic tile in kitchen/ baths. Seller willing to credit up to $3000 for remodeling. Rare opportunity to own a vintage Erdman.
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Contact Heidi for more info or a tour of property: 608-444-6831 or Heidi@GlassSlipperHomes.com.
If you have worked with Glass Slipper Homes you know that we go paperless whenever we’re able to. For example, when you visit one of our listings you will receive a cd containing scanned copies of property information rather than a packet of paperwork. We like it that way – and we hope you do too!
This leads to the question of the day – how and where do you store important documents in your home? While we strive to make sure our homes are safe at all times, sometimes accidents happen. With this in mind, where do you keep documents like insurance policies? The title policy for your home? The closing documents that the title company gave you after a property purchase or refinance? Copies of your tax returns? Receipts if you’re a business owner?
A common answer is a Banker’s Box that you can purchase at any office supply store. While this is handy and economical, what if you store it in your basement and then you get water down there after a heavy rainstorm? Or if you put the same box anywhere else in your house, what will happen to the information if something like a fire or smoke damage occurs? These aren’t things that we like to think about, but it’s important as responsible homeowners to do so.
If possible, consider scanning documents into your computer and then backing up your computer system using an on site option like an external hard drive or an off site option like Mozy or Carbonite. If scanning isn’t an option for you, consider a water and fireproof container for storing important documents – you won’t regret it!
For more tips on how we achieve paperless as well as we do, email email@example.com!