Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision



Posted by Lisa Bradley on 5/9/2019


3 Egret Circle, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$524,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Meet the neighbors and ask why they chose to live in Ternberry Estates. Curb appeal galore, cul-de-sac neighborhood and commuter location are standard answers. This is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Shrewsbury with lots of lawns, sidewalks, swingsets and children playing throughout. Terrific 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Colonial, Oversized 1 Car garage with refreshed kitchen with beadboard, tile, granite counters, backsplash, Stainless Steel vented hood, dishwasher, and range; new first floor carpeting and fresh paint. During their ownership, these seller have replaced many windows throughout the house and in the basement; painted the exterior; installed a water filtration system and aluminum guards on gutters. Lovely fireplaced family room that leads into eat-in kitchen, slider, deck and a large level lot. Great sized LR/DR with open concept and updated granite first floor half bath. 2nd floor offers 4 bedrooms, good sized master with full bath and double closets.
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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 5/9/2019

This Single-Family in Northborough, MA recently sold for $777,500. This Colonial,Farmhouse style home was sold by Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision.


1 Oak Meadow Dr, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$779,900
Price
$777,500
Sale Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Rare Oak Meadow Dr offering, this exclusive, neighborhood combines the convenience of being close to everything but with a bucolic , private setting. Sited on a 4 house cul de sac, this beautiful home offers a spectacular flr plan w/double staircases. Refinished hardwoods on main floor. Cabinet packet kitchen with center island, gas cooking, wine bar & skylit dining area. 1st floor laundry. Bright family room with fireplace & atrium door to deck. Formal living w/bay window, build in book shelves & french door. Entertainment size formal dining with crown molding & chair rail. Bonus room up a separate staircase off the kitchen is great for playroom/media room. Cathedral ceiling master bedroom includes a renovated skylit tiled master bath! 3 other generous size bedrooms. New furnace & exterior painting 2018. Walk out lower level includes a full bath & home office/guest room. Spacious private treed lot includes a gazebo overlooking in-ground pool. Easy access to major routes!

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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 5/7/2019

During certain times in the year, it might be less desirable to be outside, and we may find ourselves feeling stuck in the house. How do you get out and enjoy your community without having to be out of doors? One great way is to plug into your areas museums, galleries, and other local indoor attractions.

Months of discovering 

Depending on who and where you are you may find it undesirable to be outside for even long enough to go from the building to the car during either winter or summer months, but that doesn't mean that you want to hibernate at home for the whole season! It can be during these times that you set out to discover your area's indoor attractions.

Museums of all shapes, types, and sizes

There are many kinds of museums, geared for a variety of audiences.Examples of museum types include science, art, oddities, auto, music, heritage, etc. In each of these categories there include sub-categories and focus on an equally varied range of folks from experts to families and everyone in between. Some museums have sponsorships making them free to the public while others offer specials that are meant to draw patrons in during certain times or days of the month.

Exhibition halls 

Exhibitions can refer to art and usually move through and pop up at different times and places throughout the year. A lot of times exhibition halls will host a variety of shows or collections of businesses or ideas, that can be wide-ranging including anything from bridal, gun, RV, toys, and home and garden. The timing of a show coming together can correlate to when they are popular, like bridal and home and garden in the spring. Although shows typically charge admittance, they can give a wealth of ideas, chances to meet folks and opportunities to become aware of local professionals to fill your needs when the time comes.

Aquariums 

With such a wide array of sea creatures, you can usually find an indoor aquarium without traveling too far. These can be delightful places to enjoy no matter the weather outside and give you a chance to tour the globe with its beautiful colors and lively creatures right from your backyard. 

Seek a professional’s help preventing the not so inevitable fever 

Ask your local real estate agent for a list of local indoor attractions that they have put together and inoculate yourself from the dreaded cabin fever. You never know if you may find your favorite new place to visit time after time.





Posted by Lisa Bradley on 4/30/2019

It’s never too early or too late to start encouraging your children to explore new things and learn new skills. Children will spend most of their time at home, playing with various toys, and learning from their families.

 One way we can encourage kids to learn is to create a positive learning environment within our homes.

 Doing so doesn’t have to be an expensive or time-consuming project. There are many ways you can integrate fun learning experiences into your child’s daily life at home.

 In this article, we’re going to cover some of the cheap and simple ways to create a positive learning environment right at home so that you can build upon what they have learned (or what they will be learning soon) at school.

 Reading

It may come as no surprise that kids who read frequently are statistically more likely to excel at school. However, that doesn’t mean you just need to sit them down with a copy of Hamlet and wait for their Ivy League acceptance letter.

Reading can be an important way to learn and bond together with their child. The best way to encourage them to read is to read together the books that you’ll both enjoy.

Slowly building a home library or bookshelf is a fun way to visualize your hard work and all of the books you’ve read together. The best part is that you kind find countless used children's books for less than a dollar at your local thrift store.

Let your child take the lead

Creativity is something that is fostered and taught. Children are lucky to have active imaginations that let them make up games and stories on their own. However, you can help steer that creativity into fun projects at home that will produce something they can be proud of.

A good way to do this is to let your children direct you in the direction of their interests. If they ask you, “Can I try?” while you’re mixing cake batter, you’d often be surprised at how capable they are. Getting them involved doesn’t have to mean spending hundreds on a chemistry set that will be used just once--find ways they can help with projects that exist already around your house.

Be a mentor

Parenting is full-time work. It can be hard to find time to spend learning with children after a full day of work and cooking dinner, and it’s tempting to spend the rest of the night binge-watching Netflix shows. However, it’s possible to relax while still setting a good example for your child.

Watching science shows or nature documentaries together can help you both learn something new. Making trips to museums or growing a garden together on the weekends are other ways you can learn new things and skills and have fun with your children at the same time.

When it comes to food, eating healthy, home-cooked meals and nutritious snacks can be a way for both of you to improve your health and learn the benefits of nutrition.




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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 4/26/2019

This Single-Family in Shrewsbury, MA recently sold for $675,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision.


3 Camelot Drive, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$699,900
Price
$675,000
Sale Price

12
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Your Family is all that is needed to fill this fabulous, high quality 3,500 square foot custom colonial built by Ron Peris complete with 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, attached two car garage, deck, and lovely corner lot that abuts a cul de sac in the desirable North Meadow Estates. Well kept homes, lawns, sidewalks and Spring Street School are a major attraction for families with young school aged children. They will be sure to make memories in the fenced in, heated in ground pool (complete with new liner and heat pump installed within the last year). See complete list of improvements and floorplan attached. Some of the highlights include; refreshed kitchen with granite, island, stainless steel appliances; high ceilinged large family room with hardwoods; third floor dormered bonus room with full bath and more. Easy commuter location to UMASS Medical, I-290, I-495, and shopping.

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