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Posted by Steve Casey on 6/18/2019


1334 North St, Walpole, MA 02081

Single-Family

$499,900
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Premier North Walpole Location! Classic 1945 (when they knew how to deliver QUALITY) Home nestled between nature and local Equestrian Farms near the Westwood line. Charming Brick Front & Vinly center entrance colonial. Hardwood throughout, updated Kitchen Cabs with granite countertops. Younger boiler, all new replacement windows and more. Terrific floor plan with leisure rooms open on both sides of house. Walk to Walpole's publicly owned 300 Acre Adams Farm offering extensive riding and walking trails. Just in time for the Summer Months is the fenced In-Ground Gunite Pool Maybe not the best feature but definitely up there....Renowned Bubbling Brook Ice Cream, Fried Clams and other desirables at the bottom of the street!
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June 23 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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Posted by Steve Casey on 6/18/2019


1334 North St, Walpole, MA 02081

Single-Family

$499,900
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Premier North Walpole Location! Classic 1945 (when they knew how to deliver QUALITY) Home nestled between nature and local Equestrian Farms near the Westwood line. Charming Brick Front & Vinly center entrance colonial. Hardwood throughout, updated Kitchen Cabs with granite countertops. Younger boiler, all new replacement windows and more. Terrific floor plan with leisure rooms open on both sides of house. Walk to Walpole's publicly owned 300 Acre Adams Farm offering extensive riding and walking trails. Just in time for the Summer Months is the fenced In-Ground Gunite Pool Maybe not the best feature but definitely up there....Renowned Bubbling Brook Ice Cream, Fried Clams and other desirables at the bottom of the street!
Open House
Sunday
June 23 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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Location: 1334 North St, Walpole, MA 02081    Get Directions

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Posted by Steve Casey on 6/17/2019

To sell your home, one of the essential things for you is to stage your home. While the price of your home is often dictated by the market and your own surroundings, the people who are going to buy your home ultimately need to have some attraction to it.


The question is- can you stage your home yourself, or do you need to leave the home staging to the professionals? Either way, you may need to spend a little bit of cash in order for the home staging to actually work well. 


Declutter


The first step in the home staging process is for you to declutter the home. Get rid of anything thatís taking up space, or making the home appear ďjunked up.Ē No one can picture themselves living in a cluttered home. 


Hire A Maid


If youíre doing the home staging yourself, one of the most important aspects of getting your home ready is making it clean. A maid service can provide that deep clean that you may not have time to do yourself. This service is definitely worth the investment to make your home presentable to potential buyers.


Professional Home Staging Is Pricey


Professional home staging can cost quite a bit, (we're talking thousands of dollars.) You can do a lot yourself to stage your home. You donít need to spend top dollar in order to have your home staged appropriately. Just know that homes that are staged correctly (whether professionally or by you) sell for more.


Staging Gives Buyers Vision


It may be hard for buyers to envision a room any other way than how you currently have it set up. People may not be able to picture a chair in the corner or a bed in a different position. You can play around with the furniture in your home to make the rooms look best. 


Add Some Paint


One of the easiest things that you can do to stage your home is to paint it. Even if you simply put a fresh coat on the doors, it can really add some appeal to the home. If you have the time, you should paint the rest of the homeís interior as well. Buyers are most attracted to neutral colors. If you have any rooms that are oddly colored, or looking rough due to age, some paint can really bring life into the home.  


Make Each Room Inviting

When potential buyers walk through the home, you donít want them to simply skim the house without checking out each individual room. See what draws you into the room, whether it be lighting, a fireplace, or an ornament on the door. Any of these small touches can make a big difference when you stage your home.




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Posted by Steve Casey on 6/10/2019

One of the perks of moving out of an apartment into a home is having your very own outdoor space. Depending on how close to the city you live, you may not get much of a yard with your home. If youíre looking for that perfect outdoor space to dwell in, read on for some tips on buying a house with a yard. If you check the yard out, you could save yourself from facing problems further down the road. 


Are The Trees In Good Condition?


While mature trees in a yard are a sure fire way to have privacy and shade, the trees must be safe. You want any trees in your yard to be healthy. Otherwise, during a storm, you may have an issue with falling trees. If you have a lot of trees in your yard, it may be a good idea to hire an arborist who can tell you if the trees are safe. Tree removal can be costly, so youíll need to plan for this expense if your yard has many trees.


How Safe The Outdoor Living Areas?


You should check out any outdoor living areas the yard has. If the home comes with a patio, or gazebo the soundness of the structures should be checked. Any cement should be free of cracks or crumble.


The Layout Of The Lot


There is more to a yard than the size of a property. You should keep in mind where the home is situated on the lot. Is the front yard more prominent than the backyard? Is the home on a slope? Is there a chance water will pool near the foundation of the house? All of these questions are important for the long-term health of the property. 


How Much Yard Are You Willing To Care For?


You need to know how large of a yard youíre actually willing to care for. For many buyers, a small yard is just enough. Other buyers aim to care for a large lawn the many flowerbeds. The larger the yard, the more possibilities you have. If you are willing to take the extra time and incur the additional expense that a large yard will cost, it could be a good feature to look for. Yard size may also narrow down your home search considerably. 


Buying a home with a yard can be a great decision, all you need is to understand your own preferences and ability to care for properties of different sizes.        






Posted by Steve Casey on 6/6/2019


1334 North St, Walpole, MA 02081

Single-Family

$499,900
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Premier North Walpole Location! Classic 1945 (when they knew how to deliver QUALITY) Home nestled between nature and local Equestrian Farms near the Westwood line. Charming Brick Front & Vinly center entrance colonial. Hardwood throughout, updated Kitchen Cabs with granite countertops. Younger boiler, all new replacement windows and more. Terrific floor plan with leisure rooms open on both sides of house. Walk to Walpole's publicly owned 300 Acre Adams Farm offering extensive riding and walking trails. Just in time for the Summer Months is the fenced In-Ground Gunite Pool Maybe not the best feature but definitely up there....Renowned Bubbling Brook Ice Cream, Fried Clams and other desirables at the bottom of the street!
Open House
Sunday
June 09 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
$50k reduction this week! Donít miss this deal! Quick closing possible.
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