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Posted by Lauren Davis on 3/21/2019


1090 Washington Street, Holliston, MA 01746

Single-Family

$899,900
Price

14
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
This magnificent Victorian home is set on over 3.5 beautiful acres close to the Upper Charles Rail Trail and only a short stroll to charming downtown Holliston. A gracious home, expertly renovated to incorporate modern amenities w exquisite period details including tin ceilings, maple flooring, lattice windows, moldings & slate roof. The home includes 14 well-appointed rooms, 5-bedrooms & 3 1/2 baths. The chef's kitchen with adjacent breakfast room has custom cabinetry, Carrara marble, farmer's sink, built-ins & french doors to porch integrating the indoor & outdoor spaces and providing wonderful opportunities for entertaining. An amazingly flexible floor plan, spanning 3 levels, offers space for everything: office, exercise room, game room and more. Also on the property is a small, detached studio space and a stable both w electricity. This thoughtfully designed home, in a truly remarkable setting, provides the perfect backdrop for today's living! Open house Sunday, March 24th 11-1.
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Posted by Lauren Davis on 3/21/2019


1090 Washington Street, Holliston, MA 01746

Single-Family

$899,900
Price

14
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
This magnificent Victorian home is set on over 3.5 beautiful acres close to the Upper Charles Rail Trail and only a short stroll to charming downtown Holliston. A gracious home, expertly renovated to incorporate modern amenities w exquisite period details including tin ceilings, maple flooring, lattice windows, moldings & slate roof. The home includes 14 well-appointed rooms, 5-bedrooms & 3 1/2 baths. The chef's kitchen with adjacent breakfast room has custom cabinetry, Carrara marble, farmer's sink, built-ins & french doors to porch integrating the indoor & outdoor spaces and providing wonderful opportunities for entertaining. An amazingly flexible floor plan, spanning 3 levels, offers space for everything: office, exercise room, game room and more. Also on the property is a small, detached studio space and a stable both w electricity. This thoughtfully designed home, in a truly remarkable setting, provides the perfect backdrop for today's living!
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Posted by Lauren Davis on 3/20/2019

One of the perks of moving out of an apartment into a home is having your very own outdoor space. Depending on how close to the city you live, you may not get much of a yard with your home. If you’re looking for that perfect outdoor space to dwell in, read on for some tips on buying a house with a yard. If you check the yard out, you could save yourself from facing problems further down the road. 


Are The Trees In Good Condition?


While mature trees in a yard are a sure fire way to have privacy and shade, the trees must be safe. You want any trees in your yard to be healthy. Otherwise, during a storm, you may have an issue with falling trees. If you have a lot of trees in your yard, it may be a good idea to hire an arborist who can tell you if the trees are safe. Tree removal can be costly, so you’ll need to plan for this expense if your yard has many trees.


How Safe The Outdoor Living Areas?


You should check out any outdoor living areas the yard has. If the home comes with a patio, or gazebo the soundness of the structures should be checked. Any cement should be free of cracks or crumble.


The Layout Of The Lot


There is more to a yard than the size of a property. You should keep in mind where the home is situated on the lot. Is the front yard more prominent than the backyard? Is the home on a slope? Is there a chance water will pool near the foundation of the house? All of these questions are important for the long-term health of the property. 


How Much Yard Are You Willing To Care For?


You need to know how large of a yard you’re actually willing to care for. For many buyers, a small yard is just enough. Other buyers aim to care for a large lawn the many flowerbeds. The larger the yard, the more possibilities you have. If you are willing to take the extra time and incur the additional expense that a large yard will cost, it could be a good feature to look for. Yard size may also narrow down your home search considerably. 


Buying a home with a yard can be a great decision, all you need is to understand your own preferences and ability to care for properties of different sizes.        






Posted by Lauren Davis on 3/13/2019

Making a good first impression on prospective home buyers is the key to getting your house sold within a relatively short period of time. Once your house is on the market, you'll want to make sure any major flaws, aesthetic issues, and potential buyer turnoffs have been fully addressed before the first prospects walk through your front door.

Although serious house hunters often return for a second -- and sometimes third -- walkthrough of your home, first impressions determine whether they'll be back for another look.

Since time is of the essence and you may be on a limited home improvement budget, it's necessary to prioritize the projects that will have the most impact on the image you project. When it comes to making cost-effective decisions on preparing your house for showings, your real estate agent can provide helpful insights and objective advice. Seasoned agents can size up a property within minutes and identify ways to improve the look and feel of your home. Although every homeowner is going to have a different set of priorities and issues to deal with, there are a few focal points that would apply to just about everyone.

Curb appeal: To attract the maximum number of prospects to your home (and to put them in a receptive state of mind when viewing your house), it's essential that your property looks well maintained. In addition to having a manicured lawn and bushes that are neatly trimmed, your curb appeal also depends on the condition of your driveway, walkway, and house foundation. The appearance of weeds, cracked surfaces, and peeling or faded paint are sure to be seen as "red flags" to many people and will detract from the impression your home conveys.

Clutter control: Getting a handle on clutter in and around your house is a vital aspect of enhancing its appearance and marketability. Whether you're dealing with storage areas that are jam-packed to the hilt, too much furniture in your living room, or a front yard that's littered with bicycles, lawn equipment, toys and junk vehicles, clutter is a visual cue to people that "something is wrong here!" Clutter inside your house can cause rooms to look smaller and living space to appear as chaotic and uninviting. Even clutter in garages, basements, closets, and attics can send the wrong message to potential house hunters. On the other hand, uncluttered space is like "a breath of fresh air," and can go a long way toward winning over one or more interested prospects.

General recommendations: While everyone's situation is different and unique, cleanliness, proper room lighting, and basic home staging techniques can help maximize your chances for a successful showing. Applying a fresh coat of paint, where needed, also increases the eye-appeal of everything from your front steps and hallways to bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchen areas. Thoroughly steam-cleaning carpets and refinishing faded hardwood floors can also be cost-effective ways to bring out the full potential of your home





Posted by Lauren Davis on 3/6/2019

Most buyers consider things like size and appearance when looking for a befitting home to buy. Apart from the size of the home, the school district and the neighborhood are other relevant factors to consider when looking for the right house to buy. Are you aware of the fact that natural light has a fantastic role to play in a potential home? The purpose of natural light in a home cannot be overlooked. Here are some reasons why you should consider a home with natural light in your hunt.

Good for your health 

One of the advantages of natural light is that it improves sleep. It also makes you less dependent on fluorescent light which sometimes associated with some health challenges like sleep disturbances and elevated stress responses. Natural light is ideal for everyone, especially those people diagnosed with health challenges such as seasonal affective disorder. 

Illuminate the home 

Remove all light-blocking windows and replace them with unfettered windows. Also, you can also replace heavy drapes with sheer curtains. You should look into half-window treatment if you need more privacy than what you will get from bare windows. Some of the half-window treatments that you should consider are interior shutters, café curtains, and adjustable accordion blinds that provide privacy and leave the upper portion of your window open. It is advisable to keep your traditional blinds open while the sun is out and shut them during the evening when the sun is no longer shining. 

Creative Reflection

An excellent way to expand the reach of the sun is by carefully placing mirrors in strategic areas to provide reflections to your darker living spaces. For instance, you can use a mirror to reflect the light into dark hallway as well as darker corners of a room.Another way to brighten up your spaces is by using reflective paint. Go for matte finishes and light colors for better illumination. Soft shades of furniture as well as rugs will help boost your home's natural light.

Potential Downsides 

Prior to buying a new house, it is essential to observe the orientation of the house. Try to check the interior at different times of the day to enable you to know how the sun's natural path will reach the interior of the home. The quantity of light you need depends on you. Get most of the natural light by buying a house well exposed to natural light.




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