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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 4/19/2019

This Condo in Natick, MA recently sold for $808,500. This Townhouse style home was sold by - CENTURY 21 CUDDY.


35 Sherman Street, Natick, MA 01760

Condo

$799,900
Price
$808,500
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Exciting opportunity! New construction townhouse built by one of the premier builders of the area! Light and bright with an open concept floor plan for easy entertaining offering high ceilings, hardwood floors, granite countertops & stainless kitchen appliances. The first floor offers a gas fireplace with built ins in the living room, a double slider off the dining area leading to outdoor patio plus a half bath. The second floor includes a generous master suite with double sinks and tile shower. Also on 2nd floor there are also two bedrooms, family bathroom plus a laundry room. The finished lower level is great for a family/playroom with alcove and full bathroom. Located on a quiet dead end street with close proximity to the downtown Natick, commuter rail, major routes, shopping, restaurants, & Natick Collection. Come make this your this house your home!

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Tags: Real Estate   Condo   Natick   01760  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 4/17/2019

This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $465,000. This Multi-Level style home was sold by - CENTURY 21 CUDDY.


14 Janice Cir, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$469,000
Price
$465,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
OPEN HOUSE CANCELLED, OFFER ACCEPTED. Desirable North side location. Direct access to walking trail, hike, bike, cross country ski at your door step. Spacious 4 bedroom home, quality built with Brick and Cedar exterior. Large 17' living room with Fireplace, Formal Dining room, Kitchen with all applicances (gas cook top and gas stove) Spacious 12 X 13 bedroom on main living level and 3 more good size bedrooms on upper level. Inviting family room, office-bonus room addition, basement den, work shop area-storage, updated Thermopane windows, Central Air Conditioning, All Gas home, cooking, Gas Heat, Gas Hot water, Gas dryer. Loads of Hardwood floors and closet-storage space (walk in cedar closet), double vanity sinks. Oversized deck overlooking approx. 1/2 acre private level yard. Large Shed. Commuter Dream location, fast access to train, Route 9 shopping-dining and MA Pike.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 4/15/2019

Built in 1987 on 5.4 acre lot this one story steel Building consists 2880 square feet with 14 foot interior ceiling height and 6" concrete floor approximately..There are 4 bays each with hydraulic lifts and overheard doors..3 lifts are 9000 lbs and one 18000 lbs..Doors are 10 by 12..Separate entrance to Office/Reception area..Second Floor space available above Office for storage approximately 200 sq..Parking pad is level and can easy store over 20 cars and trucks..Additional detached Bay Storage shed has been rented to Landscape Companies in the past..Site has close proximity to Route 20 and Route 9..10 minutes drive time to downtown Worcester and Route 495

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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 4/15/2019


29 King Street, Northborough, MA 01532

Commercial

$675,000
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
235,224.00
Lot Size
Built in 1987 on 5.4 acre lot this one story steel Building consists 2880 square feet with 14 foot interior ceiling height and 6" concrete floor approximately..There are 4 bays each with hydraulic lifts and overheard doors..3 lifts are 9000 lbs and one 18000 lbs..Doors are 10 by 12..Separate entrance to Office/Reception area..Second Floor space available above Office for storage approximately 200 sq..Parking pad is level and can easy store over 20 cars and trucks..Additional detached Bay Storage shed has been rented to Landscape Companies in the past..Site has close proximity to Route 20 and Route 9..10 minutes drive time to downtown Worcester and Route 495
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 4/7/2019

First-time homebuyers are prone to making a lot of mistakes when it comes to picking a home, due to many reasonsóone of which is just plain old inexperience. If you plan to buy your first home soon, these are a few things you want to avoid.

  1. Not having a budget. It might surprise you to know but a lot of first time home buyers donít have a spending budget before they start looking. Or sometimes, they look at houses that are way over what they can afford and end up spelling more money than they ought to. It's always better to clearly define what you are willing to spend on the new house and stick with it. That way you have a more comprehensive search scope that you can share with your realtor.
  2. Being overly emotional. Sometimes you see a house that looks like the builder intentionally had you in mind. But sometimes it's better to put your emotions in check because it might reduce your bargaining power with the seller. Being too excited might even make you oblivious to specific reasons why the home may not be a good fit for you.
  3. Not factoring additional costs of renovations and home improvements. Having a budget and firmly sticking to it is not enough, you also have to take into consideration the costs of any home additions or repair work you think of doing. You want to change the lamp fixtures or faucets in the showers? Be prepared to spend a little more.
  4. Underestimating the costs of maintaining the home. Sure, you get to buy the house at a giveaway price but have you stopped to consider what it will cost you to keep the house in that condition? Lots of first time home buyers don't do this. Electricity bill, gas bill cable bills, and even homeowner association fees are things that any home buyer should consider before concluding on any deal.
  5. Not hiring an agent. Winging it on your own is probably the most common mistake first-time buyers make. In a bid to save some money, they neglect to hire an agent of their own and choose to work directly with the seller or even worse, the sellerís agent themselves. More likely than not, whatís going to happen is a novice buyer who finds himself outclassed by an experienced salesperson.

Whatever you do, avoid these mistakes by contacting a real estate professional in your area.







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