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DeLena Ciamacco is a well-known, respected Top Producing Realtor in Central Ohio. Her myriad of accomplishments, recognition, and professional credentials as they relate to Real Estate, make her a perfect individual to provide insight to the masses on all aspects of Real Estate sales. Her creativity and honest approach to marketing Real Estate has enabled her to succeed in her career. DeLena’s philosophy is “An educated and well prepared Buyer or Seller is a smart Buyer or Seller”. Her desire is to inform the public, by pulling from her 20+ years of Real Estate sales & Marketing, what is necessary to get to a successful closing in these challenging times.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

NEW LISTING IN FREDERICKTOWN!

 

JUST LISTED!

~12418 Hilltop Road~

Another incredible property proudly marketed by DeLena Ciamacco! PANORAMIC WATER VIEWS EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK! Vacation at home….much loved Cape Cod home nestled onto a very private and scenic wooded and gently rolling ~1.8 acre (10 lots in total) lot overlooking Knox Lake. “Country-sized” eat-in Kitchen. Giant Living Room plus an expansive Great Room addition, with vaulted ceilings, walks out to a ~800 SF multi-level deck overlooking the water. Walk-out Basement with half Bath. 2 car attached garage PLUS a 30 X 30 detached garage, yard building and 30 X 40 “RV Friendly” barn. Updated HVAC, roof, refinished wood floors, insulated windows, solar panel system, screened patio and much more! You will not want to leave. 3 BRs & 1.5 Baths. Fredericktown schools. Only $299,900! Call DeLena today! For 24-hour recorded information, call 1-800-585-0075 and enter code: 1026 or visit www.delena.com for additional details.

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Thinking About Selling Your House?

 


Thinking about selling your house 🏠
Do you want to know how much your house is worth?

Visit www.DeLena.com

Friday, March 26, 2021

NEW LISTING IN MARION!

 


JUST LISTED!

~2549 Cummins Hill Drive~


Another incredible property proudly marketed by DeLena Ciamacco!

BUILD THE HOME OF YOUR DREAMS HERE!  Nearly 5 acres in the gated, Country Club Hills golf club community close to everything!  Very scenic, park-like setting with pond, woods, mature trees & tree line. Gas and electric available at site.  There is already a well on the lot.  All Builders welcome.  A beautiful build site in a smaller, private community among executive style homes.  Pleasant schools. Only $94,900! Call DeLena today!

For 24-hour recorded information, call 1-800-585-0075 and enter code: 1004 or visit www.delena.com for additional details. 

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

*** SOLD ***


List: $54,900
Sold: $52,900
7326 State Route 19 Unit 7
Lot 133

Monday, March 22, 2021

It's Monday!

Happy Monday, everyone! What are your goals for the week? Maybe it's to put your house on the market? Maybe it's to look at houses?



PRICE REDUCED IN COLUMBUS!


 PRICE REDUCED!

~969 E. Mound Street~

Another incredible property proudly marketed by DeLena Ciamacco! STUNNING AND COMPLETELY REMODELED! Ranch home conveniently located close to Downtown Columbus, Children’s Hospital and freeways! Very open floor plan with too many updates to list.  Owner’s Suite has private and remodeled shower Bath.  1st Floor Office/Den/possible 4th Bedroom. Spacious Great Room plus formal Dining Area. Remodeled Kitchen has granite floors & countertops, wrap around white cabinets & breakfast bar ledge/peninsula. Privacy fenced patio accesses the extra deep 2 car garage. Full front porch & so much more! This home lives large. ~ 1,400 SF! 3 BRs & 2 Baths. Columbus schools. Only $268,900! Call DeLena today! For 24-hour recorded information, call 1-800-585-0075 and enter code: 1034 or visit www.delena.com for additional details.

Saturday, March 20, 2021

What's Your Must Haves?


What "must-haves" are you looking for in your next home? 🏡

Think about your lifestyle: Do you entertain a lot? Do the neighborhood kids gather at your house? Do you love to garden?

Comment below! 👇


Thursday, March 18, 2021

Stylish Storage Ideas




Decluttering is an essential step in staging your home to sell - but where do you put it all!? 🤷‍♀️

Click the link below to see 15 stylish storage ideas that minimize (or hide) clutter. 👇

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

NEW LISTING IN COLUMBUS!


 JUST LISTED!

~963 Lockbourne Road~

Another incredible property proudly marketed by DeLena Ciamacco! REMODELED WITH STYLE! Picture perfect Two-Story home nestled onto a large, privacy fenced lot with 2 car garage. Conveniently located close to Downtown Columbus, Children’s Hospital and freeways! Living Room has custom stacked stone decorative fireplace and accesses formal Dining Area. Fully applianced, remodeled Kitchen has granite countertops, wrap around grey cabinets, breakfast bar peninsula and walks out to a new rear deck and patio. Remodeled Baths, Kitchen, carpet, flooring, windows, int/ext paint, white 6 panel doors, electrical, plumbing, A/C, Full Basement and more. Full front porch. Everything has been done for you, just move right in! 3 Bedrooms and 1.5 Baths. Nearly 1,200 SF. Columbus City schools. Only $233,900! Call DeLena today! For 24-hour recorded information, call 1-800-585-0075 and enter code: 1016 or visit www.delena.com for additional details.

7 Surprising Facts About St. Patrick's Day | Presented by DeLena Ciamacco & The Ciamacco Team

7 Surprising Facts About St. Patrick's Day

Who was the real St. Patrick? Was that legend about the snakes true? And why did so many St. Patrick's Day traditions start in America? 

https://www.history.com/news/st-patricks-day-facts

While St. Patrick’s Day is now associated with wearing green, parades (when they're not canceled) and beer, the holiday is grounded in history that dates back more than 1,500 years. The earliest known celebrations were held in the 17th century on March 17, marking the anniversary of the death of St. Patrick in the 5th century. Learn more about the holiday’s history and how it evolved into the event it is today.


1. The Real St. Patrick Was Born in Britain

Much of what is known about St. Patrick's life has been interwoven with folklore and legend. Historians generally believe that St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, was born in Britain (not Ireland) near the end of the 4th century. At age 16 he was kidnapped by Irish raiders and sold as a slave to a Celtic priest in Northern Ireland. After toiling for six years as a shepherd, he escaped back to Britain. He eventually returned to Ireland as a Christian missionary.

2. There Were No Snakes Around for St. Patrick to Banish from Ireland

Among the legends associated with St. Patrick is that he stood atop an Irish hillside and banished snakes from Ireland—prompting all serpents to slither away into the sea. In fact, research suggests snakes never occupied the Emerald Isle in the first place. There are no signs of snakes in the country’s fossil record. And water has surrounded Ireland since the last glacial period. Before that, the region was covered in ice and would have been too cold for the reptiles.


3. Leprechauns Are Likely Based on Celtic Fairies

The red-haired, green-clothed Leprechaun is commonly associated with St. Patrick’s Day. The original Irish name for these figures of folklore is “lobaircin,” meaning “small-bodied fellow.” Belief in leprechauns likely stems from Celtic belief in fairies— tiny men and women who could use their magical powers to serve good or evil. In Celtic folktales, leprechauns were cranky souls, responsible for mending the shoes of the other fairies.

4. The Shamrock Was Considered a Sacred Plant

The shamrock, a three-leaf clover, has been associated with Ireland for centuries. It was called the “seamroy” by the Celts and was considered a sacred plant that symbolized the arrival of spring. According to legend, St. Patrick used the plant as a visual guide when explaining the Holy Trinity. By the 17th century, the shamrock had become a symbol of emerging Irish nationalism.

5. The First St. Patrick’s Day Parade Was Held in America

While people in Ireland had celebrated St. Patrick since the 1600s, the tradition of a St. Patrick’s Day parade began in America and actually predates the founding of the United States. 

Records show that a St. Patrick’s Day parade was held on March 17, 1601 in a Spanish colony in what is now St. Augustine, Florida. The parade, and a St. Patrick’s Day celebration a year earlier were organized by the Spanish Colony's Irish vicar Ricardo Artur. More than a century later, homesick Irish soldiers serving in the English military marched in Boston in 1737 and in New York City on March 17. Enthusiasm for the St. Patrick’s Day parades in New York City, Boston and other early American cities only grew from there. In 2020 and 2021, parades throughout the country, including in New York City and Boston were canceled or postponed for the first time in decades due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus.

6. The Irish Were Once Scorned in America

While Irish Americans are now proud to showcase their heritage, the Irish were not always celebrated by fellow Americans. Beginning in 1845, a devastating potato blight caused widespread hunger throughout Ireland. While approximately 1 million perished, another 2 million abandoned their land in the largest-single population movement of the 19th century. Most of the exiles—nearly a quarter of the Irish nation—came to the shores of the United States. Once they arrived, the Irish refugees were looked down upon as disease-ridden, unskilled and a drain on welfare budgets.


7. Corned Beef and Cabbage Was an American Innovation

The meal that became a St. Patrick’s Day staple across the country—corned beef and cabbage—was an American innovation. While ham and cabbage were eaten in Ireland, corned beef offered a cheaper substitute for impoverished immigrants. Irish-Americans living in the slums of lower Manhattan in the late 19th century and early 20th, purchased leftover corned beef from ships returning from the tea trade in China. The Irish would boil the beef three times—the last time with cabbage—to remove some of the brine.

Monday, March 15, 2021

NEW LISTING IN COLUMBUS!


 JUST LISTED!

~969 E. Mound Street~

Another incredible property proudly marketed by DeLena Ciamacco! STUNNING AND COMPLETELY REMODELED! Ranch home conveniently located close to Downtown Columbus, Children’s Hospital and freeways! Very open floor plan with too many updates to list.  Owner’s Suite has private and remodeled shower Bath.  1st Floor Office/Den/possible 4th Bedroom. Spacious Great Room plus formal Dining Area. Remodeled Kitchen has granite floors & countertops, wrap around white cabinets & breakfast bar ledge/peninsula. Privacy fenced patio accesses the extra deep 2 car garage. Full front porch & so much more! This home lives large. ~ 1,400 SF! 3 BRs & 2 Baths. Columbus schools. Only $274,900! Call DeLena today! For 24-hour recorded information, call 1-800-585-0075 and enter code: 1034 or visit www.delena.com for additional details. 

NEW LISTING IN UPPER ARLINGTON!

 


JUST LISTED!

~2820 River Park Road~

Another incredible property proudly marketed by DeLena Ciamacco! 

CUSTOM DESIGNED THREE STORY HOME WITH FINEST OF QUALITY! Old World French Chateau and Smart home integration (Control4) overlooks the Scioto River and backs to wooded ravine with creek. Enjoy the magnificent views from the huge deck which wraps around the back of the home. This is truly a one of a kind home just underwent an extensive renovation (~$350K). Features filtered water, a 5 FT Galley Sink SubZero/Wolf Appliances & imported Italian marble fireplace. It has two motorized hidden doors with a Control4 Home automation system which controls the lighting, video intercoms, thermostat, fireplace and many other features. HVAC replaced and duct work redone with a 4 zone Damper System installed. House has a large Office. Full, Finished Walk-Out Lower Level with Billiard Room, Home Theater System wired for 5 TVs, 2 Recreation Rooms and Bath. Over 7,200 SF! 7 BRs, 5 Full and 2 Half Baths. Upper Arlington schools. Only $999,999! Call DeLena today!

Virtual Tour Link: https://www.hommati.com/3DTour-AerialVideo/unbranded/2820-River-Park-Dr-Upper-Arlington-OH--HPI6461194

Aerial Tour Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVyq1Z5a9Pw

For 24-hour recorded information, call 1-800-585-0075 and enter code: 1006 or visit www.delena.com for additional details.



 

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