Posted by Pamela Crawford on 7/20/2017

This Single-Family in Sterling, MA recently sold for $399,900. This Colonial style home was sold by Pamela Crawford - RE/MAX Professional Associates.


187 Newell Hill Road, Sterling, MA 01564

Single-Family

$399,900
Price
$399,900
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Looking for a new home? Looking to have everything new? Looking to move right in? You found it! This newly built three bedroom colonial is ready for someone to add in their finishing touches. This home sits with views of the lake across the street. Inside has a great open floor plan with spacious kitchen with dining area and large living room. There is an office and first floor laundry. Upstairs has three bedrooms and two full baths. You still have time to add on your upgrades! Picture yourself sitting on the front farmers porch relaxing! This home has 2x6 construction, two car garage, walk-out basement, open concept, granite countertops...

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 7/18/2017

This Single-Family in Hudson, MA recently sold for $359,900. This Cape style home was sold by Pamela Crawford - RE/MAX Professional Associates.


3 4 Bridges Rd, Hudson, MA 01749

Single-Family

$359,900
Price
$359,900
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Not your average Cape! Set on a cul-de-sac, here is a rare opportunity to have all 3 bedrooms on the 2nd floor, w/ 2 more rooms on the 1st floor for a potential den, office or 2 add'l bedrooms (if buyer chooses to connect to existing town sewer line at the street, or remain a 3 bedroom per current septic set-up). Enter into the beautiful dining room w/ fireplace and built-in shelves, potential cozy living room alternative. The large, eat-in kitchen has entry to the comfortable screened porch. The large family room nestled in the back of the house boasts an Andersen slider that leads to a large composite deck & double set of stairs provides convenient, quick access to the back or side yard. The spacious, mostly fenced yard is great for entertaining with a round patio and beautiful Japanese Maple tree. Updates include: 1st floor hardwoods refinished 2011, furnace 2012, water heater 2014, New roof 2015, dishwasher 2016, garage door 2016, 1st floor bath 2014; 2nd floor bathroom 2009.

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 7/16/2017

Think back to the last time that you moved. When you cleaned out your bedroom closets, did  you find shirts, pants, suits or dresses that you forgot you owned? Who knows how many clothes are in your bedroom closets now that you forgot you had.

Why do you keep hiding your valuable fashions?

It's this unawareness that could cause you to stop by one fashion store after another, buying more clothes that you don't need. To stop letting your closet cost you money, draw your closet into your spring cleanings.

As you wash bed linen, shampoo carpets and clean windows, pull clothes out of your bedroom closets. Lay the clothes across your bed. Place shirts together, pants together and suits together. Seeing clothes laid out by type gives you a clear indication of just how many clothes you may have.

Hang these same clothes together when you return them to the closet. Don't cram clothes together. That's how clothes become hidden.

If you're short on bedroom closet space, try storing out-of-season clothes in clear organizers. Label clear organizer drawers to eliminate the need to hunt for shirts, pants and other clothes. Leave organizer drawers slightly open to allow air to keep your clothes fresh.

Keep clothes in small closets fresh and clean

You can also plop a few moth balls at the back of clear organizer drawers. You'll more than likely wash clothes before you wear them if they've been folded and left untouched for several months anyway.

Hand washing clothes that you regularly wear by hand also helps to keep fashions in mind. It's hard to forget that you have a suit or pants that you hand wash one or more times a month.

Another way to avoid forgetting that you have certain clothes items if your bedroom closet is small is to use different colored hangers for different types of clothes. You could also move clothes that are out-of-season to the attic or another storage area that has good air circulation.

Just as you might write a note on your calendar, reminding yourself to pay the mortgage or rent, write a note on the calendar at the end of each season. Remind yourself to bring clothes out of storage as seasons change.

Your closet might actually be bigger than you think

These actions work even if your bedroom closet is large. They may make the difference between realizing that you already have enough clothes and continuing to go out and spend money on clothes that you don't need.

Another way to get more bedroom closet space and prevent your closet from costing your money is to donate clothes that you no longer wear to charity. Some charities will come to your home and remove donated items free of charge.

Make examining  your bedroom closet, storing away out-of-season clothes and donating unused fashions to charity and you may realize that you have more closet space than you thought. After all, as with other parts of your house, it's what you do with the space that matters most.




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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 7/15/2017

This Single-Family in Dudley, MA recently sold for $228,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Pamela Crawford - RE/MAX Professional Associates.


7 Konkel Dr, Dudley, MA 01571

Single-Family

$225,000
Price
$228,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Family owned home on one of Dudley's quaint cul-de-sacs. The yard is meticulously maintained. There is a large bonus room in the basement with a second wood pellet stove. This house is very clean and move-in ready. The public beach is walking distance just down the road. Very nice deck off the back of the house approx. 20 x 12 overlooking the beautiful back yard. This house really is a must see and is easy to show. Bring your buyers I don't think it will be on the market long.

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 7/6/2017

This Single-Family in Templeton, MA recently sold for $257,000. This Cape,Contemporary style home was sold by Pamela Crawford - RE/MAX Professional Associates.


207 Lord Road, Templeton, MA 01468

Single-Family

$268,000
Price
$257,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Beautifully kept open concept Contemporary CAPE, gorgeous tile bath, skylights, tastefully done, skylights , hardwood floor and cathedral ceiling in living room, kitchen island leads to functional kitchen with sliders leading to 36x14 deck. 1st floor master bedroom, 2 more bedrooms upstairs, playroom and office in lower level, FHW boiler/ 200 amp circuit breakers, oversize 2 car garage. professionally landscaped , irrigation system off well, shed. paved drive.

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