Want some tried and true tips for creating an ambient and lovely outdoor space that buyers will love? Remodeling Magazine was just one of many that seem to estimate the average return on investment for having an outdoor kitchen installed is shockingly high. The ROI could be even more significant if you know how to install an outdoor kitchen yourself.
Ideally, outdoor kitchens feature a pleasing, concrete or stone patio and a separate area for dining. Gazebos and pergola also make the outdoor kitchen stand out to homebuyers. A pergola will add value to any house. ROI after having a pergola installed is between 50 percent and 80 percent, but you could always install it yourself too.
Strategically add lights or torches around the dining area to set a pleasant, relaxing mood. Privacy fences, lattice and retractable awnings are other popular additions to an outdoor space, because they afford a little extra privacy. See, covered outdoor spaces are high on most buyers wish lists. This maximizes your return.
Fire pits are incredibly affordable projects and draw great attention from homebuyers. Homes with outdoor living spaces that include fire pits tend to have a higher resale value.
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