One reason people choose to live in condos is the available amenities. In a house, there are occasionally neighborhood community areas, but typically you are relegated to the amenities your home comes with. If you want a pool, for instance, you are likely going to have to build one or purchase a home with one already installed. In a condo, in contrast, there are numerous community areas for you to enjoy. You can relax, entertain and unwind in these areas, and they are made even better by the fantastic scenery and weather provided by San Diego.
Many condos offer rooftop gardens, where residents can relax and enjoy the cool ocean weather rolling into San Diego. These gardens are a fantastic way to unwind after a long day or week, and an even better place to host a party. We … [Read More...]
Everyone loves a good party! Sure, it’s a ton of work for the homeowner, but it’s truly rewarding to see a group of friends and family gathered together and enjoying themselves. When you’re entertaining parties in your condo, here’s a few helpful tips to save you a few grey hairs.
I don’t know about you, but my home isn’t always optimally organized for large groups of people. It’s more of a set of areas we live in, organized by purpose. When you have a group of people over, however, a large area needs to be cleared out for the main purpose: to party! Make plenty of space in between your television and couch so people can congregate and sit down if they like. Shift your dinner table close to the wall, so guests can use it to set down food and drinks. If you want … [Read More...]
Many high rise condos, particularly in California, allow dogs of certain breeds and sizes. Adding a furry friend to your family is a great way to improve your home life! Just make sure of breed and size restrictions before you fall in love with a puppy. As always, adding a new family member brings along its own concerns, especially one that can’t talk or open doors.
If you choose to adopt a puppy or young adult dog, you will find that they have a ton of energy. As soon as you get home it’s play time, and apart from nap breaks, that doesn’t end until bed time. If you’re going to be gone for any amount of time, plan on constructive activities for the dog to participate in. Provide them with toys, healthy treats, and bones to keep their attention during the daytime. … [Read More...]