Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Home for the Holidays - 1110 Loma Ave, Coronado


Home for the Holidays
1110 Loma Ave, Coronado

This stately Victorian 3 bedroom, 2 bath home was constructed by Coronado reknown builder SD Chapin and is listed on the historic registry. The house shows off features of the era such as clapboard side, wood double hung windows w/ multi-paned upper sashes, outstanding corbels, and large overhanging boxed eaves. A lengthy driveway leads to a detached accessory structure at the rear of property. As you enter the yard thru the white picket fence, you will appreciate the award winning garden.

To see this home, write an offer, and take advantage of the historically low interest rates, call Tim Brodowski today 858-354-2354. BRE #01224576

Happy Thanksgiving!



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Friday, November 18, 2016

Hey Cancer - Here's the Truth


Hey Cancer

Here’s the truth.
I beat you every day, and have since June, 2009.
You can give up, because I will NOT!

-Tim Brodowski


If you are someone you know has cancer and would like someone to talk to, call Tim Brodowski 858-354-2354. BRE #01224576

http://www.timbrohomes.us/

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Happy Veteran's Day


Happy Veteran’s Day Dad ... and to all who serve and have served.

Thinking of our phone calls on Veteran’s Day …

Thank you for your service to our country and for the life lessons you taught us.


Love you! Miss You!

Monday, November 7, 2016

3 Ways to Protect Home Exteriors



Most siding materials require little to no upkeep. Stucco, brick, and stone sidings are thought to last the life of a home, according to a report released by the National Association of Home Builders.

Here are 3 ideas to help protect your home:
  • ·         Keep foliage away. Make sure no plants are growing on the siding. Plants can trap moisture and allow insects and animals to infiltrate. You want the siding to be exposed to the elements, and be able to breathe.

  • ·         Watch where water may be getting in. Check areas around windows and doors to see if water is getting in. Moisture can linger and eventually cause rotting or fungal growth. Make sure those areas have been properly caulked to prevent seepage.

  • ·         Keep the gutters cleaned. Many home owners think they only need to check for clogged gutters in autumn when leaves are falling. A neighbor’s stray ball, a bird’s nest, or even squirrels stocking up for winter can quickly become a serious problem. If water gets backed up in your gutter, it could damage your siding too. Check gutters at least twice a year.

For more information on selling your well maintained home, call 
Tim Brodowski at 858-354-2354BRE #01224576


Friday, November 4, 2016

1110 Loma Avenue - Home for the Holidays and Throughout the Year



Shortened Days Heightened Our Spirits

As sunsets hiked north each Spring and slipped south every Fall, our nature-oriented family loved this home where we celebrated life, built lifelong memories and created unique traditions, with a little help from Coronado’s sunsets. 

At the end of long and languid summer days on Loma Avenue, we enjoyed watching the sun rest in glorious fashion after its daylong reach to the north, sending beams of golden slumber through Star Park’s trees to create leaf speckled shadows on our dining room window.  This soothing and magical light show fueled many an evening of coffee and conversation with family and friends. 

After the summer solstice, we found that shortened days heightened our spirits as we anticipated the coming holidays and observed the subtle changes in Southern California’s weather.  We tracked sunsets as they slowly progressed daily, from right to left across the horizon, each day creeping ever closer to the end of Point Loma and towards the cool depths of the Pacific Ocean.  When the late summer sun began to set over water, we would watch for the “green flash” under a salmon-colored and crimson canopy of clouds. 

The highlight of our family’s celestial spectacle was Thanksgiving Day sunset, where we walked a few short steps to the beach to take in nature and bid a very special and spiritual sendoff to our solar soulmate. 

While we found that our two-block walk to the beach, unfortunately, did not work off a substantial Turkey Day feast, we did find that our treasured yearly celebration brought: serenity – through the glory of the sea and sky before us – appreciation and bounding thankfulness for our once-in-a-lifetime home behind us -- our pillar and source of emotional strength that helped guide us throughout life’s grand procession.


To begin making your memories in this incredible home, call Tim for a personal preview at 1110 Loma Ave., Coronado, CA. Tim Brodowski may be reached at 619-686-5512. 
BRE #01224576


Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Charming Kensington Neighborhood


Kensington is a great place to live, walk, shop and dine … and full of history.  Known as one of the more established urban neighborhoods in San Diego, it is known for its distinct Spanish-style homes merged with a hint of Mediterranean flavor. The beauty of Kensington shines through with the styling of these charming  homes,  decorative lamp posts, and tree lined streets. The area kept its “small town” community feel ever since it was founded.   It is a centrally located community and a very desirable area to live and play.    To obtain information and a list of homes currently available in Kensington, simply call or text  Tim Brodowski at 858-354-2354. BRE #01224576