Homeowners with “Butler’s Pantry” Finally Get Butler

butler's pantryIn a much anticipated move, the Morris family finally hired a butler to go with their butler’s pantry in their elegant Parkwood Home. “We have been waiting to do this for years,” said Timothy Morris. “Our house felt incomplete. But now, with Alfred, we finally feel like our house is the home we always thought it could be.” Although Alfred does not live in the home, he works from noon to 8 every day. “He’s not a nanny, and he’s not a housecleaner,” remarked Timothy. “So, we still have those duties that we are handling or hiring out for. He helps prepare lunches, of course dinners, and gets drinks for us and guests at dinner parties. He’s like family to us, but we treat him like a butler. It just gives the house the regal “Parkwood feel” we always wanted.”

The family has no set schedule of how long they plan to keep Alfred. “As long as we can afford him, and he is making us feel good about ourselves, I guess,” said Timothy. “I am pretty sure he is the reason our home value is up 30%.” Alfred does not live at the home, although the Morrises considered having him live there. “We definitely thought about it,” said Timothy. “But, we don’t have a carriage home like some of the nicer Parkwood Homes, and we could hardly have him sleep in the butler’s pantry, mostly because a single bed won’t fit in there. Not sure where he lives, as I never thought to ask him. I mean, he’s just our butler.” Timothy is not sure whether this will start a Stapleton trend or not. “I know a lot of people really like what we are doing. I guess it comes down to whether or not they can afford it and whether or not they have the butler’s pantry to begin with.”

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