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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/18/2018


8 Park Grove Ln, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$1,349,900
Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Unrivaled architectural design captivates discriminating buyers w/ stone front, magnificent gables, hip-roof lines, chimneys, and estate-like setting. Offered by original owners. Thoughtfully executed home anchored by 2-story foyer w/ coffered ceiling and adjacent family room w/FP. Gourmet kitchen also has a gas FP for comfortable living/entertaining. Architectural details: hardwood and marble flooring; double-turned staircases; elegant ceilings, custom millwork; quality built-ins. Natural light provides warm and welcoming ambiance. Rear courtyard abuts conservation land. Richly finished, cabinet-packed kitchen w/ oversized, granite-topped, center island. High-end SS Viking gas range, wall ovens, dishwasher, Sub-Zero refrig.; 1st-floor master w/ double vanity and walk-in closets. Private 1st-floor office with faux-leather cath. ceiling. 4 BRs, 4.5 baths. Heated 3-car garage. Fin. LL w/ 2 lge rooms, kitchenette, full bath that could be converted to in law apt with permit from town.
Open House
Sunday
October 21 at 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Come see this architectural masterpiece. Beautiful property will be open on Sunday from 1-4 p.m.. See you then.
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Location: 8 Park Grove Ln, Shrewsbury, MA 01545    Get Directions






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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/16/2018

An ambitious homebuyer goes above and beyond the call of duty to find a great residence at an affordable price. As such, this individual is better equipped than others to streamline the homebuying journey.

Anyone can become an ambitious homebuyer. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you seamlessly discover your dream residence.

1. Create Homebuying Criteria

Buying a home can be simple, particularly for those who establish property buying criteria. If you enter the real estate market with homebuying criteria in hand, you can hone your search to residences that match your expectations. Then, if you find a house you want to buy, you can move quickly to acquire this residence.

As you craft homebuying criteria, it often helps to evaluate your short- and long-term aspirations. For example, if you strive to live close to the beach, you may want to pursue residences near top beaches in various cities and towns. On the other hand, if you require a house that includes a central air conditioning system, you can search for residences that boast this feature.

2. Develop a Budget

A homebuying budget is essential, as it will help you search for houses that fall within your price range. Perhaps most important, a budget limits the risk that you will be tempted to spend beyond your means to purchase your ideal house.

Generally, it helps to meet with banks and credit unions before you launch a home search. These financial institutions can teach you about a variety of mortgage options and help you make an informed mortgage selection. Best of all, banks and credit unions can respond to any of your mortgage concerns or questions, at any time.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you want to speed up your home search, you may want to hire a real estate agent. Because if you have a real estate agent at your side, you can get the help you need to discover a terrific home that can serve you well for years to come.

A real estate agent understands the importance of conducting a comprehensive home search. Thus, he or she will do whatever it takes to help you find a home that suits you perfectly. From setting up home showings to helping you craft a competitive offer to purchase, a real estate agent is prepared to assist you in any way possible.

Furthermore, a real estate agent will offer plenty of guidance as you get ready to close on a home. The weeks and days leading up to a home closing can be worrisome, but a real estate agent will provide tips to alleviate stress. As a result, a real estate agent will help you enjoy a stress-free homebuying experience.

Want to navigate the homebuying journey like an expert? Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can become an ambitious homebuyer and find and purchase your dream house in no time at all.




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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/12/2018


3 Camelot Drive, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$729,900
Price

12
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Handsome and sumptuously appointed, custom colonial built by Ron Peris with over 3,500 sq.ft. situated on a corner lot with the side driveway abutting quiet cul de sac in North Meadow Estates. Majestic views of Central Mass. and Ward Hill from the top floor of this house. This is a home that families make memories in and entertain in with its bright remodeled kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances, island, breakfast nook, 18' x 18' vaulted ceilinged family room, dining room, living room, huge master bedroom measuring 24' x 15'; 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths in total with finished attic bonus room and walk out lower level. Stunning landscaped lot with stone walls, rod iron fence, inground heated pool, shed. This property has been well maintained and you will appreciate the quality and improvements. See attached list. Easy commuter location to UMASS Medical and I-290, I-495, retail stores.
Open House
Sunday
October 14 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Come tour this property! Great location, neighborhood abutting cul de sac, inground pool, gorgeous yard, over 3500 above grade square footage, fabulous bonus room area. Great home to entertain in. Hope to see you there. Buyer agency always welcome.
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Location: 3 Camelot Drive, Shrewsbury, MA 01545    Get Directions

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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/9/2018

Once you have bought a new house, you may feel lost as to where to start. Thereís a long checklist of things that you should do to get yourself established in a new space. Here, you'll find a plan on what to do next. 


Get Recommendations On Local People You Can Work With 


Your realtor is a good place to start in asking who they recommend for many types of workers including plumbers, electricians, contractors, and more. You may even want to talk to your next door neighbors and see who they have used in the past for these types of handy work jobs. Even if you donít need any kind of work done immediately, itís a good idea to have some names and numbers on hand for future reference.


Donít Paint Right Away


Although it seems much more practical to paint an empty house, once you live in your new home for awhile, youíll get a sense of where the light hits and what colors will complement your furniture. When you pick colors in a rush, you run the risk of choosing shades that you may not love in the long term. Focus on properly lighting your rooms before you even start to paint.


Donít Forget The Housewarming Party!


If you plan a housewarming party for a date thatís not too far after you move in, it will give you motivation to get things done in the house. The housewarming party is your accountability partner to get you to unpack those boxes and get decorating. Try to plan the party somewhere between one and two months after your planned move-in date. This will give you time to get things done, just not too much time!  


Meet The Neighbors


You should take some time very soon after you move in to meet your new neighbors. They can be a great resource for you as to what happens in your new neighborhood. Find out if any of your new neighbors have dogs that your own dog could meet for a friendly walk. Your new friends will even give you information about a neighborhood watch or important community activities as well.


Safety First


Youíll want to check all of your smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, and alarm systems. Be sure that they work. Then, change the batteries in each system to start fresh. You should also equip your house with a fire extinguisher or two. You can never be too prepared for an emergency. 


Next, you should check all of the door and window locks. Replace anything that used a key. You never know who had keys to the home before it was sold.

When you start small in a new home, things will begin to come together slowly but surely just like puzzle pieces.




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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/4/2018


3 Camelot Drive, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$729,900
Price

12
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Handsome and sumptuously appointed, custom colonial built by Ron Peris with over 3,500 sq.ft. situated on a corner lot with the side driveway abutting quiet cul de sac in North Meadow Estates. Majestic views of Central Mass. and Ward Hill from the top floor of this house. This is a home that families make memories in and entertain in with its bright remodeled kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances, island, breakfast nook, 18' x 18' vaulted ceilinged family room, dining room, living room, huge master bedroom measuring 24' x 15'; 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths in total with finished attic bonus room and walk out lower level. Stunning landscaped lot with stone walls, rod iron fence, inground heated pool, shed. This property has been well maintained and you will appreciate the quality and improvements. See attached list. Easy commuter location to UMASS Medical and I-290, I-495, retail stores.
Open House
Sunday
October 07 at 1:15 PM to 3:15 PM
Showings start tomorrow Friday 9-6, and Saturday 9-7, open house Sunday from 1:15-3:15 p.m.. Mint condition, well priced and maintained. Come see it today!
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Location: 3 Camelot Drive, Shrewsbury, MA 01545    Get Directions

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