Bettendorf Brick Cape CodSelling vintage properties takes three things:

  1. An eye trained to see the value that exists in both the location and uniqueness of a vintage property.
  2. An understanding of the history of the property and the neighborhood.
  3. A true love for these unique homes!

As a young boy my family moved into a unique and historically significant neighborhood in St. Louis, Missouri. The home we lived in was built before 1920 (along with most of the homes in the whole neighborhood). I have to say that I loved that house and while I didn’t understand the historical significance or even the architectural uniqueness of that home, I do now.

I am not downplaying the beauty of new construction homes that are outside of the “vintage” label, but for me these kinds of homes do not hold a candle to the amazing craftsmanship and beauty of the kind of home I grew up in and the mature neighborhoods they provide.

If you have a vintage property that you would like to sell and what the representation of an agent who cares as much about your home as you do, email me and let’s set up a time to meet!