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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 8/14/2018


329 Brook St, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$849,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Absolutely Beautiful New Construction Home! Entertainers Dream Open Floor Plan with a Magnificent Entry Foyer w/Custom Inlay Floors, Custom Moulding and Chandelier that electronically lowers to floor, situated on a Level, Half-Acre corner Lot in North Framingham. Gleaming Hardwood Floors Thru-out, Crown Molding, Wainescoting, Recessed Lights, Oversized Windows, 10ft Ceilings on the First Floor, 9ft Ceilings on the Second Floor! Chef's Kitchen, Jennair Appliances, Gas Stove, Beautiful Quartz Island and Counter Tops, Custom Cabinetry. Stunning Gas Fireplace w/remote, Stone Patio and Fenced Sunny Yard all Visible From the Open Floor Plan. Backyard is Open and Private with a New Irrigation System. Nest System thru-out. Constructed with Engineered Beams. Basement has 9ft Ceiling, wide open space with great finishing potential. High-end Lochinvar 3 Zone heat and hotwater system. A Commuters Dream Location, minutes to Mass Pike, Commuter Rail, Routes 495, 9 & 30. This is Your Home! Welcome
Open House
Sunday
August 19 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 8/12/2018

As a home seller, it is crucial to do everything possible to prepare for a house showing. Yet determining the best ways to prep for a showing sometimes can be difficult. Fortunately, we're here to help you get ready for any showing, at any time.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you plan for a house showing.

1. Upgrade Your House's Curb Appeal

Although a property buyer likely has seen pictures of your house or walked or driven past your residence, there may be no time like the present to upgrade your home's curb appeal. Because if a buyer sees your home's beautiful front lawn and other stunning exterior features on the day of a showing, he or she may instantly fall in love with your residence.

Completing assorted home exterior improvements is crucial to enhance your residence's curb appeal prior to a showing. In fact, performing home exterior tasks like mowing the lawn and repairing damaged siding will help your residence make a positive first impression on potential buyers. Home exterior improvements ultimately may help you accelerate the property selling journey too.

2. Remove Clutter from Inside Your Home

Clutter is a major problem because it may make your house appear small and messy. If you allocate time and resources to remove clutter prior to a home showing, however, you can highlight the true beauty of your living space to potential buyers.

If you own items you no longer need, you can always sell these items online or at a yard sale. You also can donate unwanted items to charity or give them to family members or friends.

In addition, you can always put various items you want to keep in storage. If you rent a storage unit, you can keep assorted belongings safe until your residence sells.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

With a real estate agent at your side, you can receive comprehensive support leading up to a house showing. A real estate agent will offer recommendations and suggestions to ensure you know what to expect from a showing. Plus, he or she will respond to any of your home showing concerns or questions.

Furthermore, a real estate agent will help you navigate the home selling cycle. He or she first will meet with you, find out why you want to sell your residence and help you craft a property selling strategy. Next, a real estate agent will promote your residence to dozens of prospective buyers. And if you receive an offer to purchase your home, a real estate agent will help you analyze this property buying proposal. A real estate agent will even negotiate with a buyer's agent on your behalf to help you optimize your home sale earnings.

When it comes to hosting a home showing, there is no need to worry. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can plan for a home showing. And as a result, you can take the necessary steps to ensure a home showing is an instant success.




Categories: Selling Your Home   showing  


Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 8/11/2018


257 Bishop St., Framingham, MA 01702

Rental

$2,500
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
3 Bedroom Cape Home near the Park on Bishop St. Beautiful Hardwood Floors on First Floor and Tiled Kitchen and Bath with Carpet Upstairs. Gas Heat with Newer Furnace (2 Heat Zones) and Full Basement Storage with Washer/Dryer included. One Bedroom downstairs and the other 2 are up. Fireplace in Living Room but for Decorative purposes only and separate Dining Area. Kitchen with Electric Range, Dishwasher and Microwave. 3 Window Air Conditioners included. Backyard Patio. Earlier move-in possible. No Pet. No Smoke. Floor plan attached.
Open House
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 8/8/2018


61 Frost Street, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$849,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Custom Built 2018 New Construction by local Craftsman..Featuring 9 foot Ceilings and extensive handcrafted Moldings on first floor..Oak Hardwood floors on First and Second Floors..Dramatic Open floor plan perfect for entertaining. stunning Island Kitchen with Quartz counter and Tile back splash..Two zoned Natural Gas Heating/Cooling system with over 97% efficiency..Open Foyer with turned Stairway to Second floor..Master Bedroom Suite is King-sized has 3 ample closets including 11 foot Walk-in and adjoining Master Bath..Master Bath has double vanity, free standing soaking Tub and Glass enclosed Shower..Third floor Bonus Room is over 590 square feet with full wall Built-ins perfect for teenager's Bedroom, Home Office or Play Room..the yard is exceptional.. level, fenced, large enough for a pool or weekend soccer games..If you are looking for a home and yard where all the play dates are at your house..this is it..
Open House
Sunday
August 12 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
stunning new construction..3600 sq ft..Master Suite with ample closets..3rd floor study or children's play room..large level lot fenced..perfect for pool..9 foot ceilings on first floor..see attached Brochure for interior photos..Open House 1 to 3
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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 8/5/2018

Finding a new home that will meet your family's current and future needs requires a clear mental picture of what you want and your desired lifestyle.

While you may not be able to get every item on your new-house wish list, knowing your priorities is the first step to realizing your goals.

For many growing families, having a spacious eat-in kitchen is a high-priority. Here are a few reasons a large kitchen can enhance the enjoyment of your new home.

Entertaining guests: If you like to host holiday gatherings, birthday parties, and other celebrations at your home, a spacious kitchen lends itself to everything from food preparation and buffet setup to mingling with your party guests. Kitchens are a focal point of social gatherings, and can play a major role in the success or failure of your parties, dinners, and other events.

Increased efficiency: Without enough counter space and room to comfortably move around, meal preparation can turn into more of a chore than a pleasure. Ideally, there should be unobstructed paths between key work stations, including the stove and kitchen sink (You'll want to have a clear path when you're ready to drain cooked pasta or carry pots of water to the stove.) Generally, the more people you're serving, the more crucial it is to have plenty of space for working, staying organized, and keeping track of cooking times. Since food preparation is both an art and a science, it requires planning, proper execution, and the freedom to express your creativity.

Family harmony: There are at least two ways that ample kitchen space can contribute to harmonious family relationships. First of all, gathering in the kitchen at mealtime, every day, helps foster good communication between members of your family. When you're facing each other and sharing stories, plans, and concerns at the kitchen table, it's easier to know what's going on in the lives of your spouse and children. A roomy kitchen also helps keep the peace in your family. For example, when more than one person is getting a snack, making a meal, or cleaning up, having a little extra space can help keep family members from bumping into each other and feeling cramped. Conflicts sometimes arise, especially among siblings, when there's a shortage of personal space. On busy days when everyone is rushing in opposite directions, often at a hectic pace, having enough counter and floor space in the kitchen can help minimize drama and keep family traffic flowing smoothly.

Whether you're entertaining dinner guests or baking cookies for a school bake sale, the process is sure to go more smoothly when you have sufficient counter space and a work flow area that helps gets things done in the shortest period of time.







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