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We're making a 'mood board' mix of exterior shots we like, old-time Caymanian homes and our listings in up-and-coming neighbourhoods in West Bay with a view to creating a process for helping listings with lacklustre curb appeal. Would love some advice!
West Bay in Grand Cayman has neighbourhoods fast becoming of interest to first time buyers and families working in George Town. I'm trying to think of easy to implement ideas to enhance curb appeal in some of these neighbourhoods.
Curb appeal just happens for many properties. But I guess that there are guidelines for certain enhancements and improvements no matter what neighbourhood?
I'm beginning to think curb appeal is achieved quicker with stonework than lawns?
No lawn looks great!
This is a good look when the home is right 'on' the street.
stonework and landscaping... would be interested to know what kind of timeline and budget to change the look front of house...
Brickwork and plants - like the modular structure
Just wondering - how to match the lanscaping plan with the house and environs?
We've seen an upkick in interest in living in West Bay, Grand Cayman. As properties come to market just as the locale opens up to new residents, how can properties in these growing areas look better now?
When the structure is sound, the living space really good and it's now offering a 15 minute communte to work, what are the quick ways to getting curb appeal for this type of listing?
There is a Hawaii type/islandy vibe to many homes that could be a basis for outdoor enhancements - if we were landscapers!
This listing in West Bay looks good without too much adornment - but it would benefit from...?
Back to lawns - the green really does enhance the front of the house.
Would 'white picket fence' make the Top 10 List of quick curb appeal fixes?
Seems like a solution when the home is really near it's neighbour
Now, that's a nice fence
White picket fence! White windowsills! Can't beat it.
See... it's hard to find inspiration for our climate as well as our up-and-coming neighbourhoods. Cayman Islands is hot and some neglected front yards need fixes that may not involve planting into the ground...
Amazing what knowing what you're doing looks like eh?!
Sometimes more is actually nicer than a spartan front yard?
Can you keep very large Palm tree's in (very large) pots? Or should they be in the ground?
What material is that on the ground?
"Keep the path in character with its surroundings' I need to know more on how to achieve this!
Nice stepping stones.
What, besides lawn, achieves such a wonderful clean but fresh look...?
Love all 17 of @Laura_Gaskills curb appeal suggestions!
Quite a transformation. WE LIKE!
This idea is coming to Cayman Islands!
Brightens the entrance
A look that goes so well in Cayman
This is quite a way to get rid of grass-mowing for good!
that's got to be a quick route to some curb appeal yes??
front or back garden solution!