Marianne Belanger - RE/MAX Vision


This Single-Family in Hardwick, MA recently sold for $375,000. This Colonial,Antique style home was sold by Marianne Belanger - RE/MAX Vision.


78 Ridge Road, Hardwick, MA 01037

Single-Family

$395,000
Price
$375,000
Sale Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Welcome to Stone Acre, where peace & serenity abound! Surrounded by acres of conservation land providing beautiful views, yet just 1 mile to the quaint town center of Hardwick! Lovingly restored, 4 bedroom, 3 bath Antique home features high ceilings & HW's thru-out (LR, DR, hall & stairs have Walnut floors) Entertaining is a breeze in the heated sunroom w/french doors that open to a fireplaced living room & library. Dining room w/built-ins & window seat, gourmet kitchen w/recessed lights, Corian, S/S appliances, center island w/Bosch gas cook-top, double ovens & dishwasher. 1st-floor laundry, surround sound thru-out, front & back stairs, master w/2 walk-in closets & bath w/cherry vanity & Corian. Summer fun begins w/pool parties! Guests will enjoy the pool house w/2 floors of living area! Outdoor shower, vegetable & flower gardens, patio, 2 car garage w/attached barn w/doggie door to dog pen, invisible fence, blueberry bushes, bluebird houses, magnolia tree, potting shed & stone walls!




This Single-Family in Holden, MA recently sold for $239,900. This Ranch,Raised Ranch style home was sold by Marianne Belanger - RE/MAX Vision.


14 Frederickson Avenue, Holden, MA 01522

Single-Family

$249,900
Price
$239,900
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Located on the Holden-Worcester line! Close to highways & shopping! This adorable 3 bedroom raised-ranch offers hardwoods thru-out, a spacious living room with a fireplace & an eat-in kitchen that opens to a porch/mudroom with a side entry. The laundry is in the basement & there is plenty of additional storage, or if you need more space, it can be finished! (There is a wall mounted electric heater & also HWBB heat with shut-off zones.) The hot water tank is 3 years old, the oil tank was replaced recently in addition to the oil line. There are 100 amp circuit breakers & a ProTran generator panel - seller will include the generator! The exterior offers no maintenance vinyl siding, a stone wall in front & plenty of parking. The garage is oversized and offers more storage area if needed.

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Selling a home can be quick and seamless, particularly for an individual who crafts a property selling blueprint. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you create a successful plan to sell your house.

1. Analyze the Local Housing Market

A seller who understands the housing market in his or her city or town may be better equipped than other sellers to achieve the optimal results during the property selling journey. In fact, this seller can use various housing market data and insights to make informed decisions time and time again.

For a home seller, it is important to review the prices of recently sold houses in his or her city or town. This individual also should find out how long these residences were available before they sold. With this housing market data in hand, a home seller can determine whether a buyer's or seller's market is in place.

Furthermore, a home seller should look at the prices of comparable houses in his or her city or town. This housing market data will enable a house seller to see how his or her residence stacks up against the competition and prepare accordingly.

2. Learn About Your Home's Strengths and Weaknesses

Consider what separates your home from other houses in your area. This will allow you to explore ways to showcase your residence to the right groups of potential buyers.

Look at your house from the buyer's perspective and think about why a buyer may choose to purchase your residence. Then, you can craft a buyer-centric home selling blueprint designed to stir up lots of interest in your home.

It may be beneficial to conduct a home inspection too. By performing a home inspection, you can learn about any underlying house issues. You next can address these issues before you add your house to the real estate market.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a must-hire for a home seller who is unsure about how to create a successful property selling blueprint, and for good reason. This housing market professional can offer expert insights into the real estate market and home selling journey. By doing so, a real estate agent can help you make the best-possible decisions throughout the property selling cycle.

In addition, a real estate agent will do whatever it takes to help you get the best price for your residence. He or she will promote your residence to the right groups of potential buyers, set up property showings and open house events and much more. And if a buyer submits an offer to purchase your home, a real estate agent will help you analyze this proposal and determine whether to accept, reject or counter it.

Ready to list your home? Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can develop a home selling blueprint and boost the likelihood of enjoying a successful property selling experience.


This Single-Family in Rutland, MA recently sold for $329,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Marianne Belanger - RE/MAX Vision.


386 E. County Road, Rutland, MA 01543

Single-Family

$339,900
Price
$329,000
Sale Price

11
Rooms
5
Beds
3
Baths
Legal INLAW apartment over the garage provides privacy for extended family members! Set back off the road on a 1.5-acre lot, this 4 bedroom, 2 bath Garrison style Colonial offers a low maintenance vinyl exterior & a huge deck that is perfect for BBQ's & entertaining! The main home offers 1890 sf with a formal dining room, living room, family room, fully applianced kitchen & a 3/4 bath with laundry on the 1st floor. There are 4 bedrooms & a full bath on the 2nd floor. The 490 sf inlaw has a kitchen, living room, bedroom & 3/4 bath with shower that is accessed from a rear staircase off the deck. Walk up attic, 2 brand new hot water tanks. In 2000, the Sellers replaced the windows (except in the in-law & garage), siding & roof (35-year architectural shingles).

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With few exceptions, a backyard shed is a resource that's going to provide you with an array of benefits for as long as you own your home.

If you're in the house-hunting mode, right now, a storage shed is a desirable feature that is usually worth including on your wish list. While many sheds are purely functional in nature, some can be used to dramatically enhance the landscaping and aesthetic appeal of your property.

In many cases, new homeowners don't realize how much they need a shed until after they've settled into a house that doesn't have one. When your tools, equipment, and supplies are easily accessible, your gardening, yardwork, and maintenance tasks will become much more convenient and less of a chore. Having an enclosed, protective structure to easily store your rakes, shovels, and hedge trimmers will also decrease the likelihood that they'll be left out in the yard and subjected to the elements of nature.

Although sheds are useful to any property owner who does their own mowing, raking, and snow removal, some homeowners find them indispensable.

  • Gardeners: Whether you cultivate vegetables, flowers, or other plants on your property, you'll need a convenient and dry place to store everything from tools and fencing material to seedlings, gardening soil, fertilizer, peat moss, clay pots, and statues. A well-organized shed can also help you keep track of when supplies are low and need to be replenished.
  • Swimming pool owners: When you consider the daily and weekly tasks that are involved in maintaining a swimming pool, it makes sense to have a dedicated space for safely storing and organizing equipment, pool chemicals, extra patio furniture, and even floatation devices. If you leave these items outside they tend to get dirty, damaged, or even stolen. Securing and storing pool chemicals away from children and pets is also a major safety consideration.
  • Most other property owners: As long as you have grass that needs to be mowed regularly, bushes that require trimming, and deciduous trees that shed their leaves in the fall, yard maintenance is an inescapable aspect of home ownership. For those who live in snow-prone areas of the country, keeping shovels, bags of rock salt, and possibly a snow blower on hand are often considered necessary elements of winter survival. While some people try to cram all those items into their garage, having a separate storage building on the premises can make life a lot more organized and less cluttered.
Whether you assemble your storage shed or have it custom-built by a carpenter, you'll probably find it to be one of the most useful features of your property. Assuming your available yard space and budget can accommodate a decent-quality storage shed, the probability is high that you'll be putting it to productive use for many years to come!



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