What to do with musical instruments for Showings?
We're moving along getting the property ready for listing. All of the boxes and most of the furniture is in storage. Have to finish hoeing out the downstairs closet of holiday decorations, rebox, and off to U-Haul.
That will leave my music studio...eeeeeeeeek! It's in what is considered an "optional 4th bedroom" (10'x10', one door/no windows). I will take most, if not all, of the books, scores, and assorted paraphernalia to storage, leaving a desk with matching bench and guest chair. The chair pulls out & is just long/wide enough to pass as a twin bed with the right accessories.
Would it be better to leave it as a music studio, just pared down of course. Or set it up as a bedroom?
If left as a music studio, how is a delicate way to request mittengrabbins be kept out of harms way... It would be horrible to come home and find a potential new owner entwined in the wires of one harp while the others bust their guts. And the piano remembered it was just a harp in a coffin.
(As you all can probably tell, we're first-time sellers and want to make it as pleasant an experience for agents & buyers to work with us. Yes, we'll be agent represented once they get back from their Summer vacations.)