How to write a good description of your home
Start by describing your home, try and capture its unique selling point in your introduction; is it ‘a modern two bedroom home close to the local train station’, or ‘a stylish apartment on the edge of woodlands’ for example.
Make sure you detail all of the rooms, and describe each room as best you can, including features like flooring, fireplaces, built-in wardrobes, or fitted appliances.
Detail any outside space, and describe what it’s like, for example ‘rear garden laid to lawn with large established flower beds’ or ‘driveway with space for two cars and access to local footpath’.
Finally make sure you appeal to your audience, things like ‘child friendly garden’, or ‘close to local shops and nightlife’ can help your potential buyer understand what life might be like if they buy your home
Some examples are:
Example apartment description:
- A spacious and well-proportioned ground floor apartment comprises of two double bedrooms, a large reception room with bay window and patio door, modern fitted kitchen and Jack & Jill bathroom. The property also features a large entrance hall with two floor to ceiling storage cupboards, secure entry system and a private carpark with allocated parking at the rear.
Example house description:
- A spacious modern 2 bedroom house located in a popular Newbury area. The property comprises of a large private driveway leading through to a wide entrance hall, a downstairs cloakroom, a good size kitchen and a large living/dining room with patio doors which leads onto a good size garden.