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1/6/23 Real Estate Photos of the Week

Welcome to the January 6th, Studio Vos Friday Real Estate Photos of the Week (#StudioVosPOTW)! What do you call a real estate agent who solves mysteries? Sherlock Homes 🕵️!


New year, new chances! No, I'm not talking about new year resolutions (a tradition dating back over 4,000 years to the Babylonians). Even though a majority of Americans make these self promises, 64% quit in the first month. Why? Most folx lose motivation and instead choose to focus on more updated or relevant goals. The solution? Turn your intimate knowledge of last year's events into firsthand wisdom. Then use the power of positive reinforcement to continue those accomplishments. This method is sure to keep the spark alive. New year's resolutions? Not so much. Enough chit chat -- you're here for the weekly photo dump.


Today's pictures are from 9715 Stonecross Bend Dr in Houston's Vintage Park (home to the Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve -- one of the most underrated jogging paths in the city). It was listed by David B. Atkins of Sotheby's International Realty.


#1 If you walk into a home and see an entrance like this, you already know wassup. They're rich. Ask if they will adopt you.

If you see an entrance like this you already know wassup. They're rich.
An entryway to rival all entryways

Image by Studio Vos


#2 Continuing with the theme of "it's obvious I have money and class." Is that Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata in C# Minor? Has to be.

Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata in C# Minor displayed on piano
Continuing the theme of "it's obvious I have money and class."

Image by Studio Vos


#3 How can someone's living room (lounge) have more seating than most the downtown restaurants in Montreal? Now, if only someone were here to serve a dinner sized portion Caesar salad and tickle those ivories behind the bar.

The living room has more seating than most the restaurants in Montreal
The living room has more seating than most the restaurants in Montreal

Image by Studio Vos


#4 One of the hallmarks of premium real estate photography is being able to see through the windows while maintaining crystal clear interior / exterior quality. Don't believe me? Try this at home right now and comment how it turns out.

The master bedroom. Complete with lake view and fireplace.
The master bedroom. Complete with lake view and fireplace.

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#5 Talk about a home office! Serious upgrade from the lapdesk on my bed. How do the photographers even capture those angles? Also, that little black leather couch looks somehow familiar, like I've see the exact one on TV before.

A familiar black leather couch seated in a power office
A familiar black leather couch seated in a power office

Image by Studio Vos


#6 Do you have kids? How would you like to sit under this covered wraparound patio, three blade fan blowing the heat away, watching the little ones explore and grow in the safety of their private backyard playground?

A wraparound covered patio with fans and backyard playground
A wraparound covered patio with fans and backyard playground

Image by Studio Vos


#7 Do you NOT have kids? Then maybe the other side of this covered patio is better for you. Doesn't the sound of a waterfall pool, sitting on padded outdoor teak furniture, with a few frozen ritas floating around, sound like a well-spent Saturday afternoon?

More backyard covered patio. This time with a pool and lounge chairs.
More backyard covered patio. This time with a pool and lounge chairs.

Image by Studio Vos


#8 Just in case a full length waterfall pool wasn't enough to hook potential buyers, we've included a day and night view. Except in reality, the dusk shot was crafted using computer magic. Thoughts? Kudos? Scroll one more below for the before / after!

A full length waterfall pool (daytime)
A full length waterfall pool (daytime)

Image by Studio Vos


#9 Bonus Didn't I tell you in another #StudioVosPOTW post to expect twilight shots?

A full length waterfall pool (nighttime). The skyline was digitally created
A full length waterfall pool (nighttime). The skyline was digitally created

Image by Studio Vos


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