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Looking For A House With A Pool In Clayton,NC

Buying A House In Clayton, NC With A Pool

Backyard Pool in Clayton,NC

Owning your own pool is something nearly everyone has thought about at some point, whether its a picture of some luxurious home retreat that makes you go I’d like my yard to look like that to having kids spend all summer long going “I’m Bored!”. Owning a home in Clayton, NC with a pool can provide hours and hours of enjoyment for families of all ages and can serve multiple generations. Buying a house with a pool in a neighborhood in Clayton,NC with a lot of kids and no community pool can suddenly turn your kids into most popular status. Don’t be surprised if the neighborhood kids show up in bathing suits and towels asking if Johnny can come out and play, when they really mean can we come in and swim.

Having A Pool Installed Costs How Much

Having a pool installed is a major expense for most families and depending on the amount of landscaping, lighting, deck and fencing, can run from the thousands of dollars to the hundreds of thousands. The first thing you have to figure out is can you have a pool in your community and is your lot suitable. Costs vary based on what type of pool you choose, vinyl liner, fiberglass or gunite and its important to factor in replacement or maintenance costs.

Buying A House With A Pool In Clayton,NC

Buying a house with a pool already is one way of avoiding the out of pocket expense of building your own pool. As long as you have the pool checked out by a reputable pool company and it has been maintained properly then its only a matter of leaving the settlement office with the keys to your new house and straight to the pool, so long as your closing on your new house in the summer! There is nothing better than moving into a house in Clayton, NC in August that has a pool that you can dive into after unpacking. Homes with nice pools do not come on the market often and the ones that do if they have all the other features you would expect do not last long.

Community Pools Have Restrictions

Having a backyard pool is going to have some cost in both time and money, chemicals and testing equipment, electricity to run the pump and filter. The time needed to skim for leaves and such and doing water tests needs to be considered, and the robots they have these days do most of the cleaning. The end and start of the pool season is when you will have the most time and expense. The major expense of actually installing the pool is taken care of when buying a house in Clayton, NC that already has a pool. The beauty of having a pool in your backyard is that you decide when its open and when its closed, using a community pool comes with the monthly fee plus the time and hassle of getting there and the restrictions put on you with opening and closing times, some pools close when the swim team has their meets and practice. Then there is the people!!!


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Comment balloon 1 commentDavid O'Doherty • July 08 2013 01:45PM


What a nice place plus a pool.  Best of luck on a fast and easy sale.

Posted by Connie Lou Barnett, GRI,CRS,CRB,SRMM,ARA,PRS,SFR,QSC (Real Living/Home Realty) over 5 years ago

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