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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/26/2020


12 Water St, Spencer, MA 01562

Single-Family

$289,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
WOW, WHAT A GREAT PLACE TO START! LOOK NO FURTHER THIS IS IT! YOU WILL LOVE THE LARGE ROOMS! AS YOU ENTER YOU ARE WELCOMED BY AN OPEN ENTRY, EXTRA WIDE ENTRY TO KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM AREA WITH HARDWOOD HALL WAY! LARGE LIVING ROOM W/BEAUTIFUL STONE FIRE PLACE! LIVING ROOM IS OPEN TO THE DINING ROOM THAT OVER LOOKS LARGE KITCHEN AND SUN ROOM! HALL CLOSET W/GREAT STORAGE CLOSET! MASTER BEDROOM OFFERS A GREAT UPDATED BATHROOM! FINISHED LOWER LEVEL OFFERS A GREAT BONUS ROOM THAT COULD BE USED AS A GAME ROOM, 2ND LIVING ETC! BONUS ROOM OFFERS GREAT STORAGE! NEXT TO BONUS ROOM THERE IS AN ADDITIONAL ROOM THAT COULD BE USED AS AN OFFICE/4TH BEDROOM, GREAT LAUNDRY ROOM OFF THE GARAGE! ALL MAJOR UPDATES HAVE BEEN DONE, NEWER ROOF, NEWER FURNACE, ALL THE MAJOR ITEMS ARE DONE, JUST ADD YOUR FINISHING TOUCHES! UNDER 3 SEASON ROOM OFFERS A GREAT AREA THAT COULD BE USED FOR ENTERTAINING OUTSIDE, THAT OVER LOOKS GREAT BACK YARD! LOOK NO FURTHER, THE SPACE WILL AMAZE YOU!
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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/25/2020


130 Lebanon St, Southbridge, MA 01550

Single-Family

$204,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
MOTIVATED SELLER!!! There is no better place to call home. Come and fall in love with this recently remodeled 3 bedroom bath tucked away from the hustle and bustle of town! As you enter from the driveway you are welcomed into a large bright three season porch with multiple sliders letting in TONS of natural light! As you enter then house you step into the large open eat in kitchen complete with small island and granite countertops!!!! Through the kitchen is a spacious fireplaces living room perfect for relaxing after a long day!!!! The upstairs boasts three good size bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting and a full bathroom. The basement is offers an additional 300 square feet of finished living space and an another bathroom, it's the perfect man cave or teenager hangout!
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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/24/2020

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If you like the outdoors, spending time on the terrace or balcony at your home is a great way to enjoy the fresh air and spend time with family and friends. But sometimes windy weather or lack of privacy can create a challenge. Consider installing a windbreak to make your outdoor space more comfortable. Depending on your style, budget, and space requirements, you’ll find a wide variety of available options. Here are some practical ideas you can employ.

Types of Windbreaks

Glass Railing: Glass railings are a great option if you do not want to block the view from your outdoor space. Replacing traditional railings with glass or acrylic panels will add protection against the elements as well as sleek, modern curb appeal to your property.

Retractable windbreak: A retractable windbreak is a good solution if you do not want to add a permanent wall or railing to your space. A retractable windbreak functions like a horizontal window shade allowing for easy storage when it is not in use. They are available in polyester, textile fibers or plastic. Premium options are waterproof and treated to resist UV rays.

Trellis with climbing plants: Consider creating a windbreak with climbing vines and plants for a more natural aesthetic. First, install a trellis or pergola structure to support the plants. If your working at ground level, plant your climbing vines directly in the ground otherwise line planters along the edge of the balcony.

Bamboo shades: Rolled bamboo shades are a great option if you have a covered balcony with open sides. Bamboo shades are a windbreak you can open and close as needed. They are easy to install and come in a wide variety of styles and dimensions.

Finding the perfect windbreak for your home requires planning and budget considerations. If you need to hire a contractor to help with your project, ask your real estate agent for local recommendations.





Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/21/2020


9 Cottage St, Spencer, MA 01562

Single-Family

$115,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
WOW, ATTN: FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS! GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO OWN YOUR OWN PLACE INSTEAD OF RENTING! YOU WILL LOVE THE BACK YARD, GREAT DECK FOR GRILLING AND ENTERTAINING! LARGE FLAT YARD WITH PARTIAL PRIVACY FENCE IN BETWEEN! BRIGHT & SUNNY LIVING ROOM OPEN TO THE EAT IN KITCHEN! 2ND FLOOR OFFERS TWO LARGE BEDROOMS WITH A LARGE 2ND FLOOR BATHROOM. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED OFF ROUTE 9, NEAR CENTER OF TOWN AND JUST MINUTES TO WORCESTER! SOLD AS IS!
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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/17/2020

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If you know absolutely nothing about buying a house, don’t learn the hard way. There’s plenty of information available to help you avoid the many potential pitfalls in the process. You want your first home buying experience to be exciting, not exhausting. Here are some tips to get you started the right way.

  • Know when you’re ready. Sometimes the pressure to buy comes from well-meaning family and friends. Even your boss might press you to buy a home. But there are personal and financial milestones you need to pass before jumping into the housing market. These include paying down debt, monitoring your credit report and credit scores and freeing up cash to save for a down payment. If you can’t adjust your cash flow so that you can set some funds aside, you may not be ready to buy a home. Yes, there are zero-down and low-down-payment loans out there, but you still have closing costs, taxes, insurance and maintenance to cover. If you’re not there yet, start by making small adjustments to your financial picture. Trying living on a budget. You’ll find plenty of apps online or for your phone to help you follow the money. Once you know where your money goes, you can redirect it to where you want it.
  • Learn what you want. While you’re working on your financial adjustments, start visiting open houses. Go to single-family homes, new builder developments, condominiums, townhomes, patio communities and hi-rise buildings. Keep a list of what you like and dislike about each. Then, consider the time it takes to maintain the property. Calculate the hours spent mowing the lawn or caring for landscaping, or the cost to have it done for you. Consider if you want a ready-to-live-in home, or if you’re up to the challenge of a renovation. If so, will you do the work yourself or hire out to have it done? While not a perfect depiction, watch television shows about home renovations and remodels. You’ll see some of the disasters that might be lurking behind an innocent-looking wall.
  • Hire the right help. Buying a home for the first time is not the time to go it alone. Hire a professional real estate agent that represents buyers. You need someone in your corner during negotiations and the contract process so that necessary paperwork gets completed and a seller’s potential lack of disclosures doesn’t slip by you. Your agent can refer a home inspector to find out everything that might need repairs. Then they can negotiate for you to get the price reduced or the item fixed during the closing process.

If you follow these suggestions, when your agent finds the perfect home, you’ll be ready to take the exhilarating leap to purchase your first home.




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