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Posted by Nelson Zide on 5/17/2019


7 Chestnut Lane, Littleton, MA 01460

Single-Family

$795,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New contemporary colonial to be built by a local craftsman! You'll love what this 9-room home has to offer with 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a den, family room, and more with approximately 3400 sq. feet of living space. You can anticipate large rooms and ample closet and storage space. The builder will consider your plans as well should you have something in mind. You can buy the lot or have them build and design your new home. Minutes to restaurants, schools, highways, and more. Welcome home to your private oasis in Littleton.
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Posted by Nelson Zide on 5/17/2019


Lot 13 Chestnut Lane, Littleton, MA 01460

Land

$295,000
Price

5.13
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Fabulous opportunity to buy and build your dream home on a 5+ acre lot in a private neighborhood. We've made this every more desirable: there is electricity to the site, the well is already installed, there is an approved septic plan for a 4-bedroom dwelling, and now you are ready to design and build. Not feeling very creative and want a professional to come in and make your dreams come to fruition? Local craftsman and contractor is available and ready to go with an architectural plan for a 3400 square foot home. Shared driveway is approved as well. Show and sell!
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Posted by Nelson Zide on 5/17/2019

New contemporary colonial to be built by a local craftsman! You'll love what this 9-room home has to offer with 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a den, family room, and more with approximately 3400 sq. feet of living space. You can anticipate large rooms and ample closet and storage space. The builder will consider your plans as well should you have something in mind. You can buy the lot or have them build and design your new home. Minutes to restaurants, schools, highways, and more. Welcome home to your private oasis in Littleton.

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Posted by Nelson Zide on 5/15/2019

You hear much about curb appeal when you're reading through real estate blogs, but what does that actually mean? Is it lots of colorful flowers or perfect landscaping? What about exterior artwork or a decorative mailbox?

What itís not

So, you probably already have more than a general idea of what curb appeal is, but here is what it is not:

It isnít your house sticking out like a sore thumb in the neighborhood. That means that if all your neighbors have upgraded landscaping and yours is the only one that has rocks and dirt or dead patches of grass, the folks that stop by to see your home will plan on getting it as a fixer-upper or at least at a steep discount.

Itís also not having tons of water features and garden gnomes on your front lawn. And while re-purposing a toilet to be a flower bed might garner you a second look from drivers-by, it wonít endear you to homebuyers. And it certainly isnít add-ons that fail to match the rest of the exterior.

What it is

In real estate parlance, curb appeal means anything that adds to a homeís exterior and is visible from the street. From landscaping to roofing upgrades; new windows to concrete treatments the driveway and sidewalks, anything that visibly positively catches the eye increases its curb appeal.

How to get it

The first best way to get curb appeal is to keep what you already have. That is, keep your lawn, roof, siding, stucco or brick, fences, doors, and windows in top condition. Fix anything that breaks. Paint what needs painting. Repair the roof after a storm. Repair or replace a broken or damaged garage door. Water and trim the lawn or replace it with eco-friendly and attractive xeriscape. Handle all upkeep on a regular basis so that when the time comes to sell, you don't have a lot of refurbishing to do and can concentrate instead on those little "extras" that set your home just a little above the rest.

With all the regular stuff handled, you can spend a little bit more on adding colorful plants and planter boxes, painting the door a cheerful, inviting color, and perhaps changing out the carriage lights for something new. And when the curb appeal is well in hand, focus on the inside to get that top dollar return.

If you need help determining which items provide the most curb appeal in your neighborhood, reach out to a local realtor.




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Posted by Nelson Zide on 5/13/2019

This Single-Family in Natick, MA recently sold for $650,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Nelson Zide - ERA Key Realty Services.


182 Mill St, Natick, MA 01760

Single-Family

$659,900
Price
$650,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
This custom-built house just got a total makeover and is an absolute must-see! Entire top floor has brand new hardwood flooring and lower level has higher-end carpeting. Incredible sought-after open floor plan with unique design: top floor with both family and living rooms, and lower level has newly-converted great room with walk-out to patio overlooking the backyard. Fabulous new kitchen boasts granite countertops, gorgeous cabinetry with under cabinet lighting, double sink, and stainless steel appliances. Both full bathrooms are completely renovated and feature granite countertops atop oversized vanities plus classic tile flooring. On the top floor you will find the master bedroom and another good sized bedroom. Two more generously-sized bedrooms are located on the lower level. Large closets throughout with ample room for storage. New furnace and central air system, new roof, new recessed lighting, newer windows (brand new in great room). Close to schools, commuter rail, Pike, Rt. 9.

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