Remarkable Ranch Style Home For Sale In Railwest Subdivision Moberly MO

 

 

 

 

 

 

This newly built spacious home in Railwest Subdivision has an open floor plan gives this home a cozy feeling! The fireplace is an added plus!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bake Santa some cookies in this luxurious kitchen OR  just enjoy family time cooking together!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enjoy upgraded features this home has to offer like: wide plank wood laminate flooring, quartz kitchen counter tops, and onyx counter tops in bathrooms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bonus: covered back patio with a view over a large fenced backyard including a saltwater pool for many summers to come!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking for a new place to call home?  We’re here to serve your Real Estate needs in Randolph AND surrounding counties!

 

 

Beautiful Spacious Ranch Style House For Sale in Moberly MO

This two level 4BR 3.5BA home features 3454 total finished sqft.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lower level boasts a woodburning fireplace and a second kitchen!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lots of windows for enjoying natural light!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sit in the enclosed front courtyard or private back deck & enjoy the beautiful wooded views!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our friendly real estate agents are happy to schedule a personal showing for you today!

Click on the link to view the listing: 1606 Parkwood  Dr, Moberly MO https://bit.ly/2NOruKY

 

 

 

3 Brilliant Hacks to Make Snow Shoveling Less Miserable

You are guaranteed to shovel  snow while living in Moberly MO.  There are, however, ways to make the process much easier. Here are three simple hacks to make the morning after a snowfall much less stressful.

#1 Spray Your Shovel with Cooking Oil

Snow sticking to your shovel makes an already arduous task even more obnoxious. Avoid it with this hack: Lightly coat your shovel with non-stick cooking oil to make snow slide right off. No more time wasted removing snow from your snow remover. (You can substitute a spray lubricant like WD-40, but the downside is it’s toxic.)

 

 

 

 

 

#2 Lay Out a Tarp Before the Snow

If you like short cuts, this technique, billed as “the laziest way imaginable” to clear snow, according to a tutorial from “Instructables,” has got your name on it. The day before an expected snowfall, lay a tarp on your walkway. When the snow finishes falling, just pull out the tarp, and voilà: an instantly cleared walkway. (Word to the wise: Make sure pedestrians won’t trip on your tarp; include a sign or use this technique in your backyard walkway if you’re concerned.)

The technique requires a tarp, firewood, and twine as well as some prep work. Pre-storm, use firewood to weigh down your tarp — you don’t want it flying away in the wind! — and tie the twine to both the tarp and to a shovel standing upright in your yard. You’ll use the shovel to pull out the snow-laden tarp.

Although this method might be faster than shoveling, it does require manpower. After all, a cubic foot of snow can weigh between 7 and 20 pounds. So don’t get too ambitious with the size of your tarp or you might not be able to pull it once it’s full of snow.

 

 

 

 

#3 Make a Homemade De-icing Cocktail

De-icers make snow removal easier by cutting through the tough, icy layers that are a pain to remove with a shovel. But an easy solution should be easy on your property as well. Many commercial de-icers are pretty harsh.

Commercial ice-melting substances — magnesium chloride, calcium chloride, potassium chloride, and sodium chloride (salt) — all cause damage to the environment, according to the University of Maryland’s Home and Garden Information Center. They can also damage concrete sidewalks and driveways, which mean hefty repair costs later.

A better solution: Make your own de-icer using rubbing alcohol or vinegar. You’ll save money, too. Commercial melters typically cost $8 or more. Plus, you’ll avoid the hassle of trekking to the hardware store to stock up.

Use vinegar before a storm to make ice and snow removal easier:

  • Combine 3 parts vinegar to 1 part water.
  • Spray or pour gently (you still want to avoid runoff into your landscape) before a storm.

To keep the sidewalks and steps from icing after a storm:

  • Combine 2 parts rubbing alcohol with 1 part water.
  • Apply to minimize runoff.

 

 

 

 

 

#4 Barring a move to a snow-free state or barricading your family inside all winter, there’s no way to avoid the endless task of shoveling snow.

If you decide that winter and snow shoveling is just not for you, we’d be happy at Advantage Real Estate to assist you in selling  your home.