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2B Parker Hill Ave, Milford, MA 01757

Condo

$290,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Cute duplex located near schools, parks & downtown. Just minutes off 495 and Mass Pike! Nicely updated throughout. 1st floor boasts an attractive Kitchen offering upgraded soft closing wood cabinets, granite countertops, laminate flooring & Energy Star appliances. Living Room & Dining Room have laminate flooring and plenty of natural lighting. The half bath has been updated w/ new toilet, vanity and ceramic tile. Second floor offers 3 bedrooms all w/ laminate flooring & full bath w/ newer vinyl floor. Basement level offers approx 400 sq ft partially finished family room w/ bar, perfect for man cave or teen hangout! Just needs heat to complete the space (space heater or fan does the trick though). Beautiful back deck area with good sized, fenced in backyard. New vinyl side fence (2018/9), new front steps (2017), Newer NATURAL GAS Furnace/Boiler (2015), new 50 gallon electric water heater (2018), exterior of entire building newly painted and minor clapboard repairs (2015).
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June 22 at 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Best value under $300K in sought after Milford, MA! Perfect for a first time home buyer! Currently rented for $1,850 per month for the last 3 years so investors don't be shy!
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102 High St, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Rental

$1,200
Price

4
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Excellent opportunity to rent this pristinely maintained oversized 1 bedroom first floor apartment! Featuring an eat-in kitchen, double parlor, high ceilings, in-unit laundry and off street parking, this unit boasts many original features that you'll love from the moment you enter! Don't miss out!
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Whether you’re shopping for your first house or your next house, finding a listing you love is exciting. You browse the pictures, check out the property facts, share the link to your significant other, and maybe even schedule a showing.

With the exciting prospect of owning a new home that has all or many of the features you’re looking for, it can be easy to forget about certain details that matter. Most of us look for similar things in a house--close proximity to work, enough bedrooms, an upgraded kitchen, and so on.

In this article, we’re going to give you a list of things to investigate about the house you’re looking at to get a better idea of whether or not it’s the perfect match for you and your family.

1. Re-read the listing

If you’re like me and get lost in the photos of a home and forget to make note of the details, be sure to go back and check out the listing a second time. It will likely give you important details of the house that you overlooked on your initial visit.

Look for things like the year the house was built, information of the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system, and the total acreage of the lot and square footage of the home. These things are hard to accurately represent in the listing’s pictures, but will likely be important to your decision of whether or not you should view the home.

2. Do your online research

The number of things you can learn about a home and neighborhood on the internet is astounding. We suggest that before you go to visit a home, you spend 10-20 minutes on Google researching the following topics:

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  • Crime ratings. Don’t get too caught up in this section. Crimes happen everywhere, but this is a good way to see if the area you’re moving to is a safe place

3. Don’t be afraid to ask questions

If, after all of your online research, you decide you want to go view a home, don’t be shy when you arrive. It’s understandable that you wouldn’t want to be a burden in someone else’s home. But remember--if you’re considering living there someday you’ll want to know as much as possible before making an offer.

Test the plumbing, ask about average utilities, and don’t be afraid to introduce yourself to neighbors and ask them questions about the community. The more you know, the better. Happy sleuthing!



231 Cornell St, Boston, MA 02131

Single-Family

$539,900
Price

8
Rooms
5
Beds
2
Baths
***Amazing Opportunity in Roslindale. *** This 1571 sq ft property is located minutes from The Village of Roslindale. It has been in the same family for five generations and has 4 bedrooms and 2 Baths. The living room and dining room are open concept with a sunroom/porch off the kitchen at the back of the house. This is a great place for morning coffee. Rare First floor master bedroom and bath is off the dining room. Great option for a possible in-law suite. 1 minute walk to the bus and a short trip to the commuter rail. It is in an ideal location. A unbelievable raw find that needs updates. Many possible Options!!!!!! A 6600 sq ft lot with a long driveway and two car garage. Tons of parking. This house to be sold "as is". All inspections will be more informational purposes only.
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June 22 at 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
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82 Bowker St, Norwell, MA 02061

Single-Family

$679,900
Price

10
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
***ATTN NATURE LOVERS & HORSE ENTHUSIASTS! *** This charming cape is located on a nearly 11 acre lot, (surrounded by hundreds of acres of conservation land), with trails throughout. This would be perfect for someone with horses, or who just loves a lot of the tranquility that nature has to offer. In the last few months, this house has been updated from top to bottom - recent updates include newly paved driveway, new roof, new and refurbished hardwood floors, and fresh paint throughout, many new windows, newly renovated bathrooms, new oak staircase, updated electrical, and refurbishing of stonework and chimney. Not included in the living area is over 700 sq ft of finished basement space with a huge 30x14 rec room perfect as child's playroom or man cave conversion. There is also a generator connection box for easy generator hookup. Newly renovated 2-car garage. The lawn has been graded and hydroseeded. Move-in ready, with a passing title V. Make an offer and be in before the summer ends!
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June 22 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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