We did a shoot for a home on Etowah Avenue in Royal Oak, Michigan. It was a beautiful home with wood floors on the main floor, a carpeted second floor, and spacious basement. The master bedroom not only had a gorgeous bathroom (jetted tub, glass shower, granite vanity) but a good size walk-out balcony, as well. We love the aesthetics of this home – very warm tones, stone accents, and white trimming. We hope you enjoy checking out the photos from the shoot as much as we enjoyed shooting!
We love the large window facing the front yard and the beautiful double doors.
What a beautiful room – the wood floors, twin windows on either side of the fireplace, and the fireplace itself! Gorgeous!
The opposite view in the front room is the chocolate brown staircase and front door.
The half bath on the first floor.
This kitchen is to-die-for with it’s chocolate brown cabinetry, abundance of counter space, and island with bar stools.
The master bedroom with a walk-out balcony.
The master bedroom. Who knew a bathroom could be beautiful?!
Check out this balcony!
One of the bedrooms with tons of natural lighting!
The only thing better than a walk-out balcony is a walk-in closet.
The super spacious basement…it even has a bathroom!
Here’s a video that I partnered with my friend and fellow drone pilot, Todd Sedlak, to create for a homeowner looking to sell their home.
Here’s how we got the shot. Todd flew the drone toward the front of the house, and I caught it outside the front door. He killed the propellers when I caught the drone, and I walked it into the house and out the back door. Once I got out on the deck, Todd turned the propellers on again, and I released the drone into the air. And Todd flew the drone out over the lake. Pretty sweet shot.
To accompany the photo shoot at Mester Road, listed by Jeff Klink of Reinhart Realtors for $939,000, we also provided a narrated video tour of the property of the different features. Beginning on the outside, with the landscaped front, and moving just inside the foyer, you can immediately see the beauty of the home and the luxury it will provide future homeowners and guests.
The video continues with a look into nearly every room of the house, showing both a wider view as if you were standing in the room for yourself, and various intricate details of the house’s most interesting features — including marble flooring, wood-work, granite counter tops, appliances, and even a look into the backyard pool.
The video ends with the home’s gorgeous view — a look off the back deck and into the yard, complete with surrounding trees, pond, and beautiful natural skyline.