Thursday, October 7, 2010

Dining Rooms at DeBordieu: Formal or Informal?
I’ve heard some folks say that they think the Formal Dining Room is on the way out. All evidence to the contrary at DeBordieu, just south of Pawleys Island, South Carolina! According to many potential buyers at DeBordieu, THE FORMAL DINING ROOM IS HERE TO STAY! If you’re in the market for a home, you might really want to think twice about whether you want a formal dining room or not. Let’s consider some of the advantages.

Many traditionalists enjoy a more formal style of entertaining where the meal is prepared in the privacy of the kitchen until it is presented to the diners in the Formal Dining Room. After dinner, the dishes can be cleared to the kitchen for clean up while the diners stay at the table and enjoy after-dinner treats and conversation without the sights and sounds of the clean-up effort.

Preserving the use of heirloom furniture is also a popular reason for the desire to have a Formal Dining Room. Most of the time, the Formal Dining Room is found in the front of the home, near the entrance. Having your most treasured and valuable furniture on display as you greet guests into your home can be very rewarding.

Whether or not you use the Formal Dining Room for dining, it’s something to consider for resale purposes. If you have a potential buyer that wants a Formal Dining Room, and you don’t have one to offer….you cut yourself short. However, if you have a Formal Dining Room but are using it as an office, den, or study, the picture can be painted for your prospective purchaser to convert it back to a Formal Dining Room down the road.

So, if you’re in the market for a Formal Dining Room with a nice house attached, click on any of these pictures and you’ll be linked to the home that goes with that Formal Dining Room or Area.
There’s never been a better time to consider purchasing property at DeBordieu!

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