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Posted by Diane Horrigan on 11/14/2018


49 Mangles St, Medford, MA 02155

North Medford

Single-Family

$529,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Your opportunity is now! Celebrate the "New Year" at 49 Mangles St in the highly desired North Medford area! This well maintained 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bathroom Colonial is move in ready. First Floor enjoys Dining Rm, Half Bath, and Front to Back Living Rm w/ Fireplace leading to deck via sliders. Updated Kitchen has SS Appliances, Granite Counters, and Breakfast Island with additional storage. Plus Family Rm off Kitchen with access to Deck and Yard. 2nd Flr was completely gutted and expanded (17 yrs +/-) to inc:Full Bathroom, Large MBRM and 2 Good size BDRMS all enjoying Lots of Closet Space! Fin Bonus Rm in Bsmt Walks Out to Covered Patio & Prvt Yard with AG Heated Pool and Storage Shed. Utility Room in Bsmt offers workshop area laundry and storage. Newer Buderus Boiler (5 yrs), Water tank (6 yrs), Updated Electric and More! EZ Commute to Boston Just Minutes to Rt 93, Bus Stop, and Oak Grove "T". Short Walk to Middlesex Fells & Wrights Pond. Close to Stations Landing & Assembly Row!
Open House
Saturday
November 17 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by Diane Horrigan on 11/14/2018


49 Mangles St, Medford, MA 02155

North Medford

Single-Family

$529,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Your opportunity is now! Celebrate the "New Year" at 49 Mangles St in the highly desired North Medford area! This well maintained 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bathroom Colonial is move in ready. First Floor enjoys Dining Rm, Half Bath, and Front to Back Living Rm w/ Fireplace leading to deck via sliders. Updated Kitchen has SS Appliances, Granite Counters, and Breakfast Island with additional storage. Plus Family Rm off Kitchen with access to Deck and Yard. 2nd Flr was completely gutted and expanded (17 yrs +/-) to inc:Full Bathroom, Large MBRM and 2 Good size BDRMS all enjoying Lots of Closet Space! Fin Bonus Rm in Bsmt Walks Out to Covered Patio & Prvt Yard with AG Heated Pool and Storage Shed. Utility Room in Bsmt offers workshop area laundry and storage. Newer Buderus Boiler (5 yrs), Water tank (6 yrs), Updated Electric and More! EZ Commute to Boston Just Minutes to Rt 93, Bus Stop, and Oak Grove "T". Short Walk to Middlesex Fells & Wrights Pond. Close to Stations Landing & Assembly Row!
Open House
Saturday
November 17 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
First OH...Dont miss this one its really a must see!
More Open Houses
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Location: 49 Mangles St, Medford, MA 02155    Get Directions

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Categories: Open House  


Posted by Diane Horrigan on 11/7/2018

Finding the right house that meets your family's needs is an important decision; it's one that can affect the quality of your life for years to come. That's why it's especially important to be in a focused, resourceful state of mind when house hunting. It's also helpful to have a clear idea of what you're looking for and have a system in mind for comparing the strengths and weaknesses of every house you visit.

Knowing What You Want

Chances are, you're going to approach your house search with some preconceived notions about features like the floorplan, bedrooms, and number of bathrooms. You may also have strong preferences for a particular school district, the size of the back yard, and proximity to neighbors. One thing's for sure: There are a lot of details on which you'll need to concentrate as you meet with your real estate agent and visit different homes for sale. While conditions are not always ideal for taking it all in, here are a few tips which may help you get the most from the experience.

  • Work from a checklist: Before plunging into a serious house-hunting campaign, it's a good idea to prioritize the features and characteristics you're looking for in a new home. Ideally, you should have a separate copy of the list for each home you visit and create a simple rating system for evaluating how well each property lives up to your expectations. Make note of your impressions and take a few photos of key rooms, such as the kitchen, master bathroom, or whatever areas are most important to you. As a courtesy, ask the real estate agent if they or the homeowner would mind if you took some pictures.
  • Arrange childcare if possible: When you're going over important details with your real estate agent or visiting a listed house for the first time, you'll be able to get more out of the experience if you can devote your full attention to it. Children, especially young ones, tend to be more focused on their own agenda, including hunger, boredom, sibling conflicts, and the impulse to wander off on their own to explore unchartered territory! When the opportunity arises to check out a potential new home, you'll want to have 100 percent of your mental and emotional resources available to appreciate and absorb all the details, nuances, and possibilities of a house that's for sale. Since "the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry", it won't always be feasible to arrange alternative (and sometimes last minute) childcare plans for your little ones. When it is possible though, you'll have more of your wits about you for the important task at hand.
  • While it's unrealistic to always expect house hunting to go smoothly and without a hitch, a focused and organized approach to finding the home of your dreams will always yield the best results!
     





    Posted by Diane Horrigan on 11/1/2018

    This Single-Family in Newton, MA recently sold for $1,850,000. This Colonial,Contemporary style home was sold by Diane Horrigan - RE/MAX Trinity.


    25 Sky View Circle, Newton, MA 02459

    Single-Family

    $1,989,000
    Price
    $1,850,000
    Sale Price

    14
    Rooms
    5
    Beds
    4/1
    Full/Half Baths
    This 14rm amazing contemporary colonial, renovated and expanded in 2001, featuring dramatic spaces and glorious natural light is located on a picturesque cul-de-sac. The idyllic setting is enhanced by lush grounds, perennial gardens and stone walls. A two story atrium foyer, hardwood flooring, multiple over-sized windows and fireplaces, cathedral ceilings and a superior open floor plan reflect today's lifestyle. The smart layout provides easy access to rear yard & patio, perfect for summer dining and relaxing. The stunning living rm w/frpl w/ adjacent gracious dining rm, chef's kitchen w/ custom cabinetry, granite counters, center island, a sun-splashed breakfast rm w/ adjacent family rm w/stone frpl and guest bath complete the 1st floor. A unique master suite w/ luxurious bath and loft (two- rm suite w/ skylights), three additional bedrms; one w/ ensuite bath, laundry rm & bath complete this floor. Great 3 rm fin. lower level w/ sep. entry.Three car gar. Many updates. Great views.

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    Posted by Diane Horrigan on 10/31/2018

    A home seller may face a variety of dilemmas as he or she tries to get the best price for a residence. However, a seller who prepares for potential problems may be better equipped than others to enjoy a fast, profitable property selling experience.

    Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you get ready for potential home selling dilemmas.

    1. Upgrade Your Residence

    You may believe your residence will sell quickly, but the housing market offers no guarantees. Fortunately, if you allocate time and resources to upgrade your residence, you could differentiate your home from comparable houses in your city or town.

    Removing clutter will make it easy for you to show off the true size of your home's interior to prospective buyers. Furthermore, you should clean each room of your home. If necessary, you may want to hire a professional home cleaning company too.

    Don't forget to trim the hedges, mow the front lawn, repair cracked or damaged siding and perform other home exterior upgrades, either. If your home boasts amazing curb appeal, potential buyers may fall in love with your residence as soon as they see it.

    2. Establish a Competitive Initial Asking Price for Your Home

    If your home's initial asking price is too high, you risk alienating potential buyers. But if you analyze the real estate market closely, you can use housing sector data to establish a competitive initial home asking price.

    Take a look at the prices of recently sold houses in your city or town, as well as the prices of available residences that are comparable to your own. This information provides a glimpse into the current state of the housing market and can help you determine how to price your residence.

    It may be beneficial to conduct a home appraisal as well. In fact, a home appraisal report includes a property valuation that you can use to set a competitive initial asking price for your residence.

    3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

    A real estate agent understands what it takes to sell a home in any housing sector, at any time. As such, he or she can offer expert guidance to help you identify and overcome home selling dilemmas.

    Oftentimes, a real estate agent will meet with you, find out why you want to sell your house and craft a personalized home selling strategy for you. He or she next will list your residence and promote it to prospective buyers. And if you receive an offer to purchase your house, a real estate agent will help you determine how to proceed with this proposal.

    A real estate agent also is ready to provide immediate responses to your home selling concerns and questions. That way, you can receive plenty of support as you navigate the home selling journey.

    Ready to add your house to the real estate market? Use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble addressing potential home selling dilemmas and enjoying a seamless property selling experience.