Cherry Hill

We loved the footprint, loved the neighborhood, but the house was a complete disaster. It was dirty with hideous red carpets in one room and old wallpaper on every wall. And that was just the first floor!”

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When homebuyers Vicky Ryan and her husband visited this house in Cherry Hill, they had mixed emotions about whether it could become a home they would love. But they “took a leap of faith.” “Not only did we love the neighborhood, but we loved what Main Street Fine Homes had accomplished at two other properties we visited. So we decided to take that leap of faith and go for it,” said Vicki.

Vicki repeats that phrase often as she describes the process of transforming the house from “complete disaster” to “a charming, warm home.” She had the benefit of experiencing the renovations firsthand, encouraged by Main Street Fine Homes’ Paul Szkotak to stop by to see the progress. “The crews would let me come through whenever I stopped by,” said Vicki. “It was so exciting to see the transformation!”

According to Vicki, “We’re impressed with the quality and so are our guests. Everyone who has come to the house since we moved in has said that we have a lot of upgrades. That the cabinets and vanities are not standard builder’s quality.”

Vicki, who was a loan officer for 10 years, said that even the closing was top notch. “With my experience in mortgage closings, I’ve seen some ugly things happen at closing, but we had a wonderful experience.”