Dan Gil | Windermere Real Estate, Orlando Real Estate, Winter Garden Real Estate


 

When you live in the Florida sunshine, you need the luxury to go along with it. As technology gets better, so too does luxury living. It’s all about lifestyle under the palm trees. The more luxury amenities a Florida home has, the higher its value. These homes are seen as a premium in the Florida real estate markets. Here, we’ll look at some of the most desirable Florida luxury home features.


A Smart Home Is A Happy Home


Sellers are super smart to have “smart” homes. New technologies allow homeowners to control the inner workings of their house from anywhere in the world. With a smartphone, a homeowner can control everything from the heating and cooling system to the door locks and the watering of the lawn. The smart home is the ultimate convenience and a sure sign of luxury. 


Outdoor Living


If you live in Florida, you’re going to spend a great deal of time outdoors. Consider the following features in your Florida luxury home:


  • Outdoor kitchen
  • Firepit
  • Easy access to the outdoors from the house
  • Sliding doors
  • Outdoor seating area


The living space should be both indoors and out in a Florida luxury home. Think of the entire property as a continuous living space. 


Entertainment Options


Luxury homes in Florida have a variety of entertainment options including in-home movie theaters, game room, basketball courts, and more. Some homeowners even choose to have their sports bar right in the house. Use your imagination and a luxury home in Florida probably has it.   


Home Gym


It’s nice not to have to leave your house to go to the gym. That’s why luxury homes have gyms built into them, complete with wall mounted flat screen TVs. Whatever workout equipment is essential will b present in the home gym. 


A Stocked Kitchen


A luxury home should have a gourmet kitchen. That means the kitchen is complete with warming drawers, a wine refrigerator, the highest quality appliances, and a walk-in pantry. 


An Out Of The Ordinary Bathroom


Bathrooms in luxury homes include everything you'd find in a spa including heated toilets, steam showers, heated floors, and towel warmers. These bathrooms also include natural elements to make it homey like wood and stone. Some luxury bathrooms will even add a fireplace. 


Luxury homes provide an escape from the outside world. The ironic thing is that luxury homes offer so many amenities that there’s little need to leave them! All of the above features will help to sell a Florida luxury home quickly.      


 



6388 RALEIGH ST #2713, ORLANDO, FL 32835  

Residential
$99,900
Price
1
Bedrooms
1
Baths
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT!!! Beautiful unit, rented and cashflowing. Start earning money from day 1. This Quiet Community offers a pool, clubhouse, fitness center, and play area. Minutes drive from Universal, Disney, the airport, the Beachline, and the Millenia mall which offers dining, shopping, and entertainment. All information recorded in MLS is intended to be accurate; however it should be independently verified.


When you hire a house cleaner or maid service, you expect that your house will be neater and cleaner. There are certain rules that you should follow to keep your house maid happy. Your maid is not there to clean up after you for absolutely everything you do in your home. You need to give your cleaning person the tools to do his or her job well. 


Here’s What You Should Do Before Your Cleaning Service Arrives


Pre-cleaning before you are paying someone to clean your house may seem counter intuitive. They are there to clean for you, right? The problem is that the more your cleaning service has to clean, the longer that it will take. This means that the messier your house is, the more expensive that it will be for you to have your home cleaned. Here’s what you should do before the maid service gets to the home:          


Clean Up Your Dirty Dishes


You should take the time to load your dishwasher and clean up your sink a bit. It can take a lot of time for your house keeper to take care of these small things that should be a part of your daily tasks. 


Do Your Own Laundry


It is advisable for you to take care of your own laundry if you have the time to do it yourself. Doing laundry could take your house keeper hours of time. They could use that time to do other things like dust, scrub, and deep clean your home. 


Put Away Your Own Things


Do you have leftovers in the kitchen that need to be put away? Are there clothes on the floor of your bedroom? Do the kids‘ toys need to be put away? Some of these tasks can be done simply by you in a matter of minutes instead of by your house keeper.


The bottom line is that you don’t want your house keeper to see you as a slob. While they are more than happy to clean your home, they aren’t your personal servant. Also, your house cleaner probably isn’t showing up to your home daily. You want to keep up your clean home in between professional cleanings. 


What You Should Let The Housecleaner Do


Your house cleaner is there to help you complete certain tasks around your home. In fact they really want to do certain things in your home to help you get a deep clean that you wouldn’t otherwise have. Your housekeeper wants to help you with:

 

  • Vacuuming
  • Scrubbing
  • Deep cleaning your bathroom sink
  • Cleaning your toilet
  • Deep cleaning your kitchen
  • Mopping the floors  

How To Assist Your House Keeper


There are a few things that you should do to help your housekeeper do their job well. These tasks include:


  • Keep pets out of the way
  • Tell your housekeeper exactly what you need
  • Make the maid aware of any special tasks you need to be completed 


If you cooperate with the housekeeper, hiring a cleaning service can be one of the best time-saving decisions for you for a cleaner home.  


GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! Excellent investment property. Cash-flowing. Low Maintenance. Very good performance. Good condition. Very high demand for rent. Pool view. Second floor with no units above.

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4647 CASON COVE DR #2428, ORLANDO, FL 32811  

Residential
$85,900
Price
1
Bedrooms
1
Baths
GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! Excellent investment property. Cash-flowing. Low Maintenance. Very good performance. Good condition. Very high demand for rent. Pool view. Second floor with no units above.