What a place to host the holidays!!! Expansive and obvious style and class in an ultra convenient location. Enter this expanded cape reminiscent of a decorator’s paradise! Extra space felt throughout and highlighted by extensive classic moldings, shiny hardwood flooring and crisp granite counters. Enclosed sun porch overlooks tremendously private and well maintained back yard for all of your entertaining needs. Full, flawless basement is home to your multi-fueled heating system (yes oil and gas for the whole house, radiant for the kitchen and addition) to take advantage of the most appropriate heating options! This flawless home boasts extensive upgrades and will suit a variety of needs. All with convenient access to major routes and walking distance to Locust Valley!
This is a Cape style home and features 7 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms, 0.43 Acres, and is currently available for $363,000.
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Did you know that staging your home to sell will get your more money and sell your home in less time? If you are considering selling your home you may want to hire a professional trained in home staging to get your home in tip top shape before hitting the market. You could also implement some of the tips from the pros to transform your house into every buyer’s dream.
Here is how to get your home in ready-to-sell condition:
1. Clear out the clutter
Show off your home to the would-be buyers not your stuff. Clear out your clutter by reducing knickknacks, decluttering bookshelves, and removing personal items including photos from your home.
2. Let in the light
Let the natural light in by opening the shades and pulling back the curtains. During a showing, turn on all the lights inside and outside of the home. Don’t forget to turn on the lamps, the soft light can be very inviting.
3. Use neutrals
Paint your walls in neutral shades, it will make the space will feel bigger. You can add pops of color with artwork, area rugs and linens.
4. Stage a setting
Stage rooms in your home to appeal to buyers. If you have a formal dining area set your table for a dinner party.Take your master bath and turn it into a spa-like retreat with fresh towels, jars of pretty bath salts and unscented candles.
5. Stop the smell
Don’t try to cover up odors with fancy sprays or candles. Neutralize odors by opening the windows and letting fresh air into your home. Try sprinkling baking soda in the bottom of trash cans and place a box of it in the fridge to absorb unpleasant odors.
6. Clean thoroughly
You may think your home is clean but look at it from a buyer’s point of view. Clear out the fridge, dust the light fixtures and scrub the grout. Would-be buyers will be going through every square foot of your home.
7. Show off your space
Make the rooms feel more spacious by removing a few pieces of furniture. Put pieces that are rarely used in storage, then rearrange what’s left to maximize each room’s space.
8. Don’t forget the outside
Start with the house number, make sure it is clean, straight and easy to read. Go for simple, clean and easy to maintain landscaping. Prospective buyers will also be interested in the garage and shed so don’t forget to clean those too.
This Single-Family in Medway, MA recently sold for $525,000.
This is a Colonial style home and features 9 total rooms, 4 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 1.05 acres, and was sold by
Julie Etter – BHHS Page Realty
This Single-Family in Uxbridge, MA recently sold for $200,000.
This is a Ranch style home and features 5 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 bedroom, 0.21 acres, and was sold by
Julie Etter – BHHS Page Realty
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