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Posted by Cindy Gordon on 1/6/2018

This Single-Family in West Boylston, MA recently sold for $680,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by Cindy Gordon - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


10 Olde Century Farm Rd, West Boylston, MA 01583

Single-Family

$700,000
Price
$680,000
Sale Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
This stunning home is perfect for entertaining with its flexible, open concept unique layout. The main level is filled with windows and sliders that allows the sun to stream through. It includes a living area with a large dining area with a wet bar, a top of the line Cherry kitchen outfitted with top of the line Jenn-air appliances, a open comfortable family room with fireplace, a master suite with a spa-like bath and a 9x10 walk-in closet, a sun room with a fireplace, private office, and numerous built-ins. The second level has a three additional bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. Over the garage is a 20x27 great room/in-law suite with a spacious dining area, kitchen, full bath and filled with natural sunlight. Outside you have a sweeping patio which adds outdoor living space & overlooks a manicured lawn & private back yard. Make sure you check out the virtual tour!

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Posted by Cindy Gordon on 12/22/2017

This Condo in Northborough, MA recently sold for $275,000. This Detached style home was sold by Cindy Gordon - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


61 Deacon St, Northborough, MA 01532

Condo

$279,900
Price
$275,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
NEW PRICE makes this home a great value! Seeking ONE FLOOR LIVING on a private lot? This one owner home in the desirable Birchwood Adult Community may be the one! Visit this well kept home that has everything you need on one floor- open living space living/dining, Eat-in kitchen, master bedroom with full bath and walk-in closet, two more bedrooms (that could be used as office, den and laundry with an one car attached garage. Many unit upgrades including hardwood floors in living areas and master BD, tiled entry and baths, recessed lighting,ceiling fan. A large full walk-out basement could be finished if you need more room! Situated at the end of a dead end street, this lot provides a tranquil and private setting w/ wooded views from your deck and indoors. Close to shopping, dining, highways. Don't miss this one!

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Tags: Real estate   condo   01532   Northborough  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Cindy Gordon on 11/19/2017

Dealing with a lot of stress as you try to sell your house? You're not alone. Fortunately, there are many great ways to minimize stress during the home selling process, including: 1. Prepare Before You List Your Home on the Real Estate Market A diligent home seller will prepare for the best and worst case scenarios, ensuring he or she is ready to deal with any challenges that may arise. For instance, you should conduct extensive research before you list your house on the real estate market. By doing so, you can determine a fair price for your residence and may be able to reduce the need for potentially stressful negotiations with prospective homebuyers. Don't forget to get your home appraised, too. A home appraisal will enable you to find out what your home is worth and discover ways to boost the value of your house as well. 2. Try to Focus on the Positives Unfortunately, when it comes to selling your home, it's often easy to see lots of negatives. From homebuyers who seemingly demand the world from you to the stress associated with keeping your home pristine in the event that you need to host a home showing on short notice, these negatives can add up quickly. And as such, they can cause a tremendous amount of stress. As a home seller, it's important to focus on the positives of your day-to-day life and use these positives to outweigh the negatives frequently associated with selling a home. Whether it's spending time with family members and friends or simply going for a walk on your own, there are many stress-relieving activities that you can enjoy any time you choose. Try to find stress-relieving activities that make you smile, and you should have no trouble maintaining a positive outlook as you try to sell your residence. 3. Work with a Dependable Real Estate Professional Why should you leave your home sale to chance? Instead, work with a reliable real estate agent, and you can minimize stress throughout the home selling process. Many real estate agents are available, and you should try to find one who will collaborate with you during every stage of the home selling journey. Ideally, the perfect real estate agent will possess extensive industry knowledge that makes him or her qualified to sell your residence. You also should strive to find a real estate professional who understands your wants and needs and will stand by your side in both good times and bad. Perhaps most important, your real estate agent should be ready to answer any concerns or questions that you may have at any time. Thus, this professional will be able to help you relieve stress and streamline the process of selling your house. There's no reason to let stress get the best of you as you try to generate interest in your home. But with the aforementioned tips, you'll be able to alleviate stress throughout the home selling process.





Posted by Cindy Gordon on 11/16/2017

This Single-Family in Hudson, MA recently sold for $308,000. This Cape style home was sold by Cindy Gordon - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


21 Maple Street, Hudson, MA 01749

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$308,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome to this wonderful cape style home which has been lovingly cared for by long term owner. Situated in one of Hudson's desirable neighborhoods by Tripp Pond/park, it's within walking distance to downtown! The open kitchen/dining room,fire-placed living room are all light filled and nicely sized. Flexible floor plan lets you use 1st or 2nd floor bedroom for your master! Potential to add full bathroom in an existing space on 2nd floor. An enclosed porch/sunroom/mudroom off the kitchen leads to garage and back yard. Enjoy the privacy from back deck and mostly fenced backyard with plenty of space for play and entertaining. Hardwood floors are under carpeting in living room, and possibly in dining room and 1st fl hallway. If you need more space...a large unfinished basement of 650+sq.ft. has potential for being finished. Hudson is very hot with it's revitalized downtown with many choices for dining +entertainment + shopping! Use the nearby Rail Trail to walk & bike. Don't miss out!

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Posted by Cindy Gordon on 11/5/2017

The corner lot is a prized piece of real estate. Is living on the corner really all that it is said to be? The truth is that there are both pros and cons to buying the corner lot. Breaking down the pros and cons of the corner lot can help you to make an informed decision on your home purchase. The Upside Thereís so many advantages to living on the corner lot. Living on the corner lot feels like youíre living on more space. Corner lots also enable you to have a garage on the side of the home, because you have roads on both the front and the side of the home. Wrap-around porches are a reality on corner lots due to their design. The ultimate privacy is also available on the corner lot, since you only have one neighbor on one side of the house. These are definitely pros for people who are looking for privacy. This gives your family flexibility to use both the front and the side yard with ease. Thereís so many things you can do with the extra space on the larger side yard like put up a basketball hoop, plant a garden, or set up a volleyball game. The possibilities are endless. The Downside There are some downsides to living on the corner lot. First, thereís a lot more to landscape. With more yard, this only stands to reason. You want your yard to look even and flow beautifully with the way itís landscaped, so thereís a bit more work to be done in this area. This landscaping work includes trimming, mowing, irrigating and maintaining. Your garage or driveway will also be affected by owning the corner lot. Since it may be set back more from the street, entering and exiting your driveway will be challenging in some cases. You also need to be mindful that your car isnít edged out into the sidewalk or the road when it is parked. Another downside to the corner lot is that itís often more expensive since itís usually a more versatile piece of land. While privacy is a plus on the corner lot when it comes to neighbors, privacy could be a negative for these homes depending on the location. Noise and privacy concerns are a must consider when it comes to homes in certain locations because the amount of traffic (whether by vehicle or by foot) can cause some disturbances to you and your family. To remedy this problem, you may consider installing fencing or other landscape buffers. These privacy concerns may not be as much of an issue depending upon the design of the home. If you consider where the entrances to the home are as well as the location of the garage, the house could be perfect for your needs. No matter where you choose to live, pay special attention to the lot surrounding the home before you decide to buy. Itís important to choose to live in a place where youíll feel comfortable and happy.