Quick Tip To Share – Wonderful Uses for Lemon Juice and They’re GREEN!

Green Living TipsLemon juice can be used for so many different situations around the home!  Because of lemons acidity they are perfect for some tough cleaning jobs and are somewhat antiseptic and antibacterial.  Here are some great ideas for using lemon juice around the house:

  • If you have light colored countertops and they become stained with kool-aid, wine, food stains, etc just pour a little lemon juice on the stain and let stand for a few minutes.  After only a few minutes sprinkle some baking soda on the spot and scrub – the stain will disappear.  **I have personally tried this on a home I had listed that had a small cigarette burn/stain on a counter and IT WORKED!  Now, it wasn’t a deep and nasty stain but a stubborn one nonetheless.
  • Use a fresh cut lemon to clean your copper pots and copper fixtures!  Just cut a lemon into wedges or halves and rub over the copper – it removes spots FAST!
  • Add some lemon juice to vinegar and place in a spray bottle – you have a fantastic everyday cleaner!
  • GARBAGE DISPOSALS!  I am ALWAYS throwing lemons down my garbage disposal!  Not only does the juice of the lemon help deoderize the disposal bit the rinds help to sharpen the blades.

Live well, Live Green and Choose to Live in Wake Forest NC!  😉

 

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Wake Forest NC – Updated Foreclosure Report! October 26, 2009

The new Foreclosures Report for the Wake Forest NC area has just been uploaded to my website!Homes For Sale in Wake Forest NC

There is a wide variety of styles, price points and floorplans to fit any family profile! After personally inspecting many of the Foreclosures on this report I can say that there are some fabulous homes in great condition just waiting for new owners.

Wake Forest NC Homes For SaleIf you are on the market for a new home and would like more information regarding the Wake Forest NC area you should check out my website! If has local area information regarding schools, things to do, places to visit, and of course, homes for sale in Wake Forest NC. There is a page dedicated to Foreclosures that can help you see what is currently available as well as explain a little better the terminology associated with Foreclosures and Short Sales.

On the market for a Historic Home in Wake Forest NC? You might want to check out What’s YOUR Circa?
A little more info regarding the Wake Forest NC area? Life in Wake Forest NC and Wake Forest NC – Small Town with Big Outllook will definitely help!

Anyway you look at it you should call a Wake Forest NC resident for all of your real estate needs! My family lives here, we work here and we play here – I KNOW the Wake Forest NC real estate market!


13129 Sargas Street, Raleigh NC – Amazing Price Adjustment!

This Gorgeous Home in Wakefield Plantation is priced to sell TODAY!

Property Details:

  • 4702 square feet
  • .31 acres
  • Finished basement with:

    • theatre room
    • exercise room
    • kitchenette
    • fireplace
    • wine cellar
  • 2 car garage
  • culdesac location
  • 5bedroom / 4.5 bath
Come see all this gorgeous and stately white brick home has to offer!
With a newly adjusted price of $549,000.00 this home will be gone FAST!



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100 New Castle Court, Youngsville NC Home For Sale ONLY $130,000


100 New Castle Court, Youngsville NC!


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$130,000
Single Family Home
For Sale
Main Features
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Interior: 1224 sqft
Lot: 0.70 acre(s)
Location
100 New Castle Court
Youngsville, NC 27596

Leesa Finley

Leesa Finley


Circa Properties
(919) 649-6128
leesa@circaproperties.net
http://www.circaproperties.net

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Wake Forest NC – Calendar of Events October 26 – November 1, 2009

Wake Forest NC Calendar of EventsWow – this is THE week!  The official “Let’s Celebrate Halloween” and start the fall festivals!  This week in Wake Forest NC has EVERYTHING!  There is a Business Expo on the calendar, Halloween festivities, the ever-popular Farmer’s Market, a Spelling Bee, Fall Festival and SO MUCH MORE!

Life in Wake Forest NC is simply wonderful!  If you ever need more information about it here in my wonderful Small Town – With a Big Outlook I am just a phone call or email away!

From the Town of Wake Forest NC website:

Firing Range Training
Monday, Oct. 26; 1 pm – 9 pm
Police Department Firing Range, behind Flaherty Park Community Center
Residents in the area are advised that the Wake Forest Police Department will conduct firing range training at the police department firing range, located behind the Flaherty Park Community Center. The firing range is utilized by Wake Forest Police officers who require instruction and practice in order to obtain current certification in the use of firearms. This certification is required in order for the officer to fulfill his/her duties for the Wake Forest Police Department. www.wakeforestnc.gov/residents/police_firingrange.aspx 

Jazz Night Out
Monday, Oct. 26; 6:30 pm – 10 pm
Blue Fin’s Bistro

Join us for a night fun and fine dining at Blue Fin’s Bistro. Tickets are $60 (admits 2). To purchase, call (919) 496-3056 or contact any Franklin County Chamber member.

Community Business Expo 2009
Tuesday, Oct. 27; 3 pm – 8 pm
The Factory
The EXPO is your chance to learn about local businesses and their products and services. For more information, call (919) 556-1519.

Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Spelling Bee
Thursday, Oct. 29; 6 pm
The Forks Cafeteria

Every penny raised goes into our local schools in the form of teacher grants. You can help us reach our goal by sponsoring a business or school team for $250 or buying a word back to keep your favorite team in the game for $25. Mail donations to the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce at 350 S. White St., Wake Forest, NC 27587 or contact Carolyn Furr at (919) 556-1519.

Fall Festival
Friday, Oct. 30; 7 pm – 9 pm
North Raleigh Church of Christ, Corner of Falls of Neuse and I-540

Join our free fall festival! Dinner is provided. Enjoy games, crafts, trunk-and-treat, hayrides, and more! Bring your carved pumpkin for our Pumpkin Carving Contest. Enjoy a Hay Bale Toss from 7 pm until 8 pm and a Lumberjack Contest for people 15 and older at 8:05 pm. (919) 562-7875

Trick or Treat at the Wake Forest Farmers’ Market
Saturday, Oct. 31; 8 am – Noon
Downtown Wake Forest – Municipal Parking Lot, 110 S. White St.
Bring the kids out to the Farmers’ Market to enjoy a safe and fun Halloween experience. Children of all ages are invited. Children dressed in costume will receive a healthy and fun “treat” as parents shop for locally grown and produced fall vegetables, mums, cakes, breads, honey, jams and jelly, cheese, meats, candles, soaps, and much more. The Farmers’ Market is open from 8 am to noon every Saturday from April through November. www.wakeforestmarket.org

 

 

Wake Forest NC – Calendar of Events October 19 – 25, 2009

Wake Forest NC Calendar of EventsWow – the temps sure did take a dip in Wake Forest NC this past week!  I wimped and turned the heat on and put the flannels on the bed! 

As for events?  Well, as always residents were still out in full force for all the fun albeit a little more bundled up that usual…… This upsoming week has some great activities in store for just about everyone!  The extremely popular Halloween Spooktacular takes place this week and we have the MOST AMAZING OktoberFest this upcoming weekend – be sure to look for a detailed post about that one!

From the Town of Wake Forest NC website:

Halloween Spooktacular
Thursday, Oct. 22; 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Flaherty Park Community Center
Stop by this free event for a hauntingly good time! A wonderful variety of ghostly games and activities, including hay rides, ghoulish face painting, Dracula’s haunted maze, and Goblin for apples, will be offered for kids ages 12 & younger. Costumes are optional, but a prize for “best costume” will be awarded. Free pumpkins will be given away while supplies last. (919) 556-4818

St. John’s Holiday Harvest
Friday, Oct. 23; 4:30 pm – 7 pm
Saturday, Oct. 24; 9 am – 4 pm
St. John’s Episcopal Church, 830 Durham Rd., Wake Forest

Come join us for the first annual St. John’s Holiday Harvest for fabulous gift ideas and fun for the whole family. We have over twenty vendors bringing their best jewelry, hair bows, embroidered goods, beauty products, quilts, handbags, candles, and more! There will also be food, fun, music, face painting, and games. This event benefits St. John’s Episcopal Church Preschool. Visit www.stjohnsholidayharvest.com for more information!

Wake Forest Farmers’ Market
Saturday, Oct. 24; 8 am – Noon
Downtown Wake Forest – Municipal Parking Lot 
The market offers fresh produce, pasture-raised beef, poultry and pork, free-range eggs, fresh and dried herbs, honey, jams and preserves, plus a whole lot more. The Farmers’ Market is open from 8 am to Noon every Saturday April through November. www.wakeforestmarket.org 

OktoberFest
Saturday, Oct. 24; Noon – 6 pm
Festival Park, 527 S. White Street, Wake Forest
Join the OktoberFest for a wonderful German celebration and fundraiser for the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment (www.GJCAE.org)! Admission is free for children 12 and under and only $3 for persons over 12 years old. Entertainment will be provided by Harbour Town Fest Band from Wilmington, NC, who will perform on an outdoor stage from 1 pm until 5 pm. They will lead us through German dances and toasts, while guests enjoy plates of great German food including bratwurst and warm German potato salad which will be for sale, along with beer, to benefit the Endowment. Fun snacks such as caramel apples and German pretzels will also be offered. Free activities for the children include face painting, a culture coloring station, and games and prizes as well as German storytelling by a professional story teller. The event will feature some great German beers and an Oktoberfest microbrew. Come by and meet the Brewmaster! For more information about the event, visit www.festivalpark.org. To learn more about the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment, visit www.GJCAE.org or email ejohnson@medfaxxinc.com.

 

Youngsville NC – 100 New Castle Court – NEW PRICE! 3/2 – .7acre – Great Location

Fantastic Cape Cod styled home in great location in Youngsville NC!  This home has a huge rocking chair front porch and a great deck in the back just perfect for cookouts!  The large .7acre lot affords multiple opportunities for outside activities and the possibilites are only limited by your imagination!

Inside this home there is a comfortable Family Room with a fireplace, large kitchen with breakfast bar and tons of counterspace, a mud room with laundry area and great dining area with sliding doors to deck.  The master bedroom is located on the first floor and great walkin closet!  Secondary bedrooms are located on second floor and have plenty of closet space and they are quite roomy!

Property Details:

 

  • 1224 sq ft
  • .7 acre
  • 1st floor master bedroom
  • Year Built 1995
  • $130,000.00
Come see all that 100 New Castle Court in Youngsville NC has to offer!