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This Single-Family in Walpole, MA recently sold for $605,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - MAssachusetts Real Estate Group.


25 Eldor Drive, Walpole, MA 02071

Single-Family

$574,500
Price
$605,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
5
Beds
3
Baths
Seeking a well established Neighborhood? Then a wealth of living is in store for you in this Five Bedroom Colonial Property. Charming Open Family Room with French Doors That Lead to Massive Natural Field Stone Fireplace. Huge Island Style Cabinet Packed Kitchen with Breakfast Nook Area with Double Sliders Opening to Enclosed Deck Perfect for Those Warm Summer Nights. Entertain in Uncrowded Comfort in This Spacious Dining Area with Chair Rail and 15 Light French Doors. Luxury Size Bedrooms, Space for TV ,Chaise, Extra Chests for That Sitting Room Atmosphere. King-size Master Bedroom with Ceramic Tile Bath with Jacuzzi Jetted Tub. Abundant of Closet Space, Enough for a House Full of People. Second Floor Laundry, Central Vacuum, Central Air. Huge Double Garage with Special Storage for Good Size Boat or That Handyman's Workshop. Privacy-Plus in This Secluded Location with Newer Black-Chained Link Fenced Grounds. Perfect for a Family Seeking a Prime Location at a Realistic Price!

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This Single-Family in Bellingham, MA recently sold for $289,900. This Colonial,Cape,Contemporary style home was sold by - MAssachusetts Real Estate Group.


31 Pelletier Drive, Bellingham, MA 02019

Scott Hill

Single-Family

$289,900
Price
$289,900
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Simply Stunning Waterfront Views Through All 4 Seasons! This Updated and Expanded Well Cared For Lake Front Home Offers: Lovely Perennial Garden at Front Entry, Open Floor Plan Spacious First Floor, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, Redesigned Kitchen Featuring Desirable White Cabinets, Tasteful Back splash, Granite Counters and Stainless Steel Appliances. Newer Flooring on the Main Living Level Accompanied by a Wood Stove, Large & Open Family Room with Cathedral Ceilings Leading to a Generous Sized Deck Overlooking Peaceful Lake Hiawatha! Gleaming Hardwood Stairs Leading Upstairs to the Over sized Master Bedroom, 2nd Bedroom and Clean & Bright Full Bath! Septic Installed 2018!!! Don't miss out on this Home!

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This Multi-Family in Milford, MA recently sold for $300,000. This style home was sold by - MAssachusetts Real Estate Group.


20 Granite St, Milford, MA 01757

Multi-Family

$296,500
Price
$300,000
Sale Price

2
Units
1,992
Approx. GLA
Great opportunity and potential with this two family! Outside has attractive curb appeal with low maintenance vinyl siding, roof updated (about 2014) and fenced in yard with plantings. Inside includes lovely hardwood floors in most rooms, tiled baths, freshly painted walls and trim in downstairs living room and dining room area. Good sized bedrooms.Town water, town sewer. Sold in as is condition. Separate water heaters and full basement. Convenient commuting location - near to town center, shopping, restaurants and 495.

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213 Tiffany St, Attleboro, MA 02703

Single-Family

$469,999
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
*PRICE REDUCED, MOTIVATED SELLERS* On Nature's Doorstep ... Better than New! Built in 2016, this Beautiful 2256 sq ft home with 2-car garage is set in the back of the 1.26 acre lot for optimal privacy with amazing sunset views! Due to a job opportunity the Sellers must part ways with this property, which they love! This is a Great Opportunity to own a Spacious 4-Bed 2.5 Bath Colonial with an Open Floor Plan! The First Floor has Hardwoods throughout with plenty of living space. The Kitchen includes Granite Counter-tops with Beautiful Cabinets and a Stainless Steel range, dishwasher & micro. Open Floor Plan Living Room with Vaulted Ceiling includes a Gas Fireplace. First Floor Laundry Room and Pantry. Right off the Kitchen is a Large Deck for easy outdoor entertaining.The Second Floor has all 4-Bed which includes a Master Bedroom with a Master Bathroom and Walk-in Closet.The partially finished basement room is waiting for your finishing touches.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Minimalism is everywhere lately, and it’s no wonder why. With each of us cramming our days full of more and more tasks, buying larger houses, and being bombarded with advertisements for all of the things we need to fill those homes up with, it becomes apparent why many are turning to a simpler way of living. Or, at the very least, trying to cut down on the amount of stuff we own and have to keep track of.

Since our homes are where we keep all that stuff and where we spend the majority of our time, you can see how it becomes easy for homes to get cluttered and messy.

In this article, we’re going to talk about some of the reasons you might want to incorporate minimalist ideas into your home and give you some tips on how to go about simplifying your life at home.

Less clutter, less cleaning, more time

The obvious benefit of minimalism is that the fewer things you own, the fewer things you have to spend time taking care of. This goes for cleaning, maintaining, and storing. It might be tempting to buy the latest single-cup coffee maker, but do you really need another thing to take care of and find counter space for?

When it comes to cleaning, a minimal house is much easier to take care of. Fewer things to dust and wash means you can spend more time doing things you enjoy.

To illustrate how much easier it is to clean a minimal room than a cluttered one, just image how long it takes to mop the floors of an empty room compared to having to move or clean around furniture.

The same reasoning applies to mowing a lawn--it’s easier to mow in a straight line that it is to have to carefully avoid objects strewn across your yard.

Easier to live in  

By nature, we are an animal that loves to be organized. We get frustrated when things aren’t where we left them or when we forget where we put something we need. A minimal home takes away some of that frustration by allowing fewer opportunities to lose our keys or whatever else gets lost in the piles of clutter.

More welcoming to guests and more relaxing for us

Each of us has our own preferences when it comes to decorating. However, one thing that can be said about humans is that we tend to feel more relaxed when we’re not crowded by things or other people.

Similarly, it’s easier for us to focus in environments that have fewer distractions. A minimal home office would ideally contain mostly just the necessities for whatever work you need to accomplish.

How to get started

Now that you know the benefits, here are some ways you can get started making your home more minimal.

To avoid taking on too large of a task at once, approach your home one room at a time. Take note of what is in that room and think back to the last time you used it. Does it serve a purpose? If the object is just for decoration, is it a decoration that you feel adds to the room or does it clutter it up too much?

By asking yourself these questions, you can begin to make your home a more relaxing, more welcoming environment for you and your guests.




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