Listing Case Study - 1302 Ashwood Court


After purchasing a fixer upper, the sellers had recently completed a major interior renovation and expansion of their home and backyard.  The front façade was to be their final project when an unexpected opportunity called them out of the Bay Area. Although the interior was amazing, the dated exterior didn’t match, and substantially detracted from the overall impact and implied value of a “down to the studs” remodel.

With expert advice from our on-staff designer, The HEIDI Group recommended cost-conscious improvements and provided vision for a front exterior facelift that completed the design flow and brought the property into harmony.


The interior remodel created an elegant, open floor plan with clean architectural lines and astonishing finishing details.



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Challenge: The front lacked punch and color. Original brick did not match the new soft modern style. Driveway was cracked and mottled.



Solution: A modern exterior color highlighted the original board and batten siding and new windows. A new contemporary-style garage door transformed a detractor into a feature. A fresh slurry coat freshened up the driveway.

front landscapeChallenge: Old landscaping was sparse and out of proportion. Planters were empty and tired.



Solution: New plantings and modern pots were added. Front planter boxes were updated with wood cladding. An eye-catching turquoise front door became a focal point, pulling the interior color palette outside and increasing visual flow.

B4AddressChallenge: Traditional house numbers no longer matched the style.





Solution: New house numbers matched the planter boxes and brushed nickel
lighting fixtures.








Presentation is Everything 

Staging and savvy upgrades are not an expense, but an investment. After listing at $2,675,000, the sellers received four strong offers, all above the asking price.

The final sales price of $3,100,000 set the new all time high sales price for the Foothill Terrace neighborhood.