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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 9/21/2017

Stunningly Renovated by current Owner in 2008 this Custom Built Colonial is a perfect example of Open Floor Plan living..Kitchen features Raised Panel Maple Cabinets, Stainless Steel Appliances, Tile Back Splash, under Cabinet Lighting, Granite Counter Tops, Over-sized 9 foot Granite Island which seats 4 and Ample work area for the Chef in the Family..Kitchen opens to spacious Dining Room and Living Room each with Maple Hardwood Floors..Second Floor features King Size Master Suite with two walk-in Closets plus double vanity Master Bath..Children's Bedrooms are all Queen size with ample Closets and carpeted..Separate Laundry Room..Basement houses updated Gas Hydro Air Furnace, Gas Hot Water Tank, 200 Amp Electric and Solar System Electronics..Two Car Garage is over-sized, heated and offers terrific storage..Family size Deck overlooks level rear yard perfect for Gardener or Children's play dates..Walk to High School and close proximity to Natick Center and Train Station

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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 9/20/2017


40 Sylvester Road, Natick, MA 01760

Single-Family

$829,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunningly Renovated by current Owner in 2008 this Custom Built Colonial is a perfect example of Open Floor Plan living..Kitchen features Raised Panel Maple Cabinets, Stainless Steel Appliances, Tile Back Splash, under Cabinet Lighting, Granite Counter Tops, Over-sized 9 foot Granite Island which seats 4 and Ample work area for the Chef in the Family..Kitchen opens to spacious Dining Room and Living Room each with Maple Hardwood Floors..Second Floor features King Size Master Suite with two walk-in Closets plus double vanity Master Bath..Children's Bedrooms are all Queen size with ample Closets and carpeted..Separate Laundry Room..Basement houses updated Gas Hydro Air Furnace, Gas Hot Water Tank, 200 Amp Electric and Solar System Electronics..Two Car Garage is over-sized, heated and offers terrific storage..Family size Deck overlooks level rear yard perfect for Gardener or Children's play dates..Walk to High School and close proximity to Natick Center and Train Station
Open House
Sunday
September 24 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 40 Sylvester Road, Natick, MA 01760    Get Directions

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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 9/20/2017


40 Sylvester Road, Natick, MA 01760

Single-Family

$829,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunningly Renovated by current Owner in 2008 this Custom Built Colonial is a perfect example of Open Floor Plan living..Kitchen features Raised Panel Maple Cabinets, Stainless Steel Appliances, Tile Back Splash, under Cabinet Lighting, Granite Counter Tops, Over-sized 9 foot Granite Island which seats 4 and Ample work area for the Chef in the Family..Kitchen opens to spacious Dining Room and Living Room each with Maple Hardwood Floors..Second Floor features King Size Master Suite with two walk-in Closets plus double vanity Master Bath..Children's Bedrooms are all Queen size with ample Closets and carpeted..Separate Laundry Room..Basement houses updated Gas Hydro Air Furnace, Gas Hot Water Tank, 200 Amp Electric and Solar System Electronics..Two Car Garage is over-sized, heated and offers terrific storage..Family size Deck overlooks level rear yard perfect for Gardener or Children's play dates..Walk to High School and close proximity to Natick Center and Train Station
Open House
Sunday
September 24 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 40 Sylvester Road, Natick, MA 01760    Get Directions

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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 9/17/2017

Although an exciting time in your life, moving out of the home you grew up in or your college/first apartment can seem scary and daunting. The thought of packing and unpacking is intimidating. And letís not forget about the cost. Making such a large investment for the first time and really, truly living on your own is a whole new experience. Itís important that when you visit a house for sale you can feel yourself living there and turning it into your home. Here are a few tips for making a house a home: Photos & Artwork: What better way to bring personality and familiarity into a home than photos of family and friends or artwork from a favorite artist. Often frames can become a thing of clutter and even dust collectors. However, adding photos and artwork can be done tastefully. A popular approach is a grid-like arrangement created on large, open walls. This is one way to display many beloved photos without creating clutter on tables or other pieces of furniture. Have a long wall thatís runs along a hallway? This would be a great place to display larger photos or artwork that would run horizontally. This is especially nice for sequenced pieces such as change of season photos or artwork. DIY projects: Add your personality and blood, sweat, and tears to your home with DIY projects. Ok, maybe Ďblood, sweat and tearsí is a little dramatic but get ready to get your hands dirty. Mason jars, glass vases, and empty wine bottles can be turned into beautiful home dťcor with only a few materials and a couple hours. Items like rope, artificial flowers, ribbon, and craft glue are just a couple examples of supplies that can be used to turn those boring items into a homemade masterpiece. To make this idea even more appealing invite friends or family over for a craft day and work on multiple DIY projects. Keepsakes: Have a family heirloom that has been passed down from generation to generation? An heirloom could range from a quilt or afghan that a great-grandparent or grandparent had knit, family photos that span over many generations, clocks, diaries and recipes. Recipes could simply be displayed on a kitchen counter or you can get creative and design custom wallpaper from the recipe cards. Wall clocks can be displayed in family or dining rooms and grandfather clocks fit the atmosphere of dens. There are tasteful ways to add each one of these into your home and preserve the memory of these mementos. Fresh flowers: Nothing adds life to a home like fresh-cut flowers. The colors and the scents just fill a room. Add a pop of color to a room with dyed carnations, tulips, roses or hydrangeas. Add elegance to a room with white or cream colored flowers such as roses, daisies or lilies. Small, horizontal arrangements look lovely on a rectangle or square dining room table. Taller arrangements are perfect for a bay window or small table. Fresh-cut flowers would also pair well with a DIY vase.




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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 9/10/2017

Decorating a home is no simple task. You have to consider the architectural style of the house,  how to best use the space to avoid clutter, and to give the home a sense of cohesion and continuity across the rooms.

Professional interior decorators attend school and earn degrees and certificates that help them make these difficult decisions. After all, things like furniture and appliances are expensive items--you donít want to spend a lot of money on items only to decide later that they donít go well together.

If you donít have plans on hiring or becoming an interior decorator, there are a few simple rules you can follow to make sure your home has its own tasteful appearance and atmosphere.

Whether youíre buying your first home, redecorating your current home, or staging a home you hope to sell, these tips will help you create a look that will leave an impression on anyone who steps foot inside.

Space and negative space

In art, negative space is a space on the canvas intentionally left blank. For home design, negative space is an important aspect of decorating any room. Negative space in a home means a part of the room or wall that is left open, free of furniture, decorations, or clutter.

In practice, negative space serves two important functions. First, it creates a spacious atmosphere. Cluttered rooms typically have a negative effect on us, particularly over long periods of time. Rooms with negative space also tend to be let in more light, which improves the overall spaciousness of the room.

The second function of negative space is to draw attention to certain features of a room. On a wooded hilltop, you wonít notice just one tree. But on a hill with only one tree, it becomes easier to focus and appreciate that single tree. This rule also applies to the interior of your home. To showcase a piece of furniture or a painting on the wall, youíll want to surround it with some negative space.

Balance and symmetry

Two concepts that hold true in different types of design are the usefulness of balance and symmetry, and understanding when itís okay to break the rules (make a room asymmetrical).

Having symmetry around your dining room table is usually a good idea. You want the same number of chairs on each side and you want the chairs to match. However, when choosing living room furniture, asymmetrical design can come in handy when pairing a couch with two armchairs.

What does it mean to balance a room? Take a look around your kitchen and living room. Are there some items that are much taller than others? Are some items crowded into one corner? It may become habit to simply place items wherever they fit, but sometimes itís a better option to rearrange furniture to create vertical and horizontal balance.

Create a color palette

The colors of your home are of utmost importance when it comes to creating a good design. One good way to prepare for color issues is to create color palettes for your home--one for each room, and one master palette. Doing this will help you choose furniture, paint, and decorations that will not only look good in each room, but will flow as you walk through the house.







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