Jay Allen - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West | Framingham, MA Real Estate, Natick, MA Real Estate


 
 


1 Quinlan Dr., Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$475,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Attention Boston commuters...this one is for you! This well-presented split-entry home is located on a cul de sac street...just MINUTES from the Mass Pike. Enjoy the comfort of an updated home without having to drive deep into the suburbs. New kitchen in 2017 features soft-close shaker cabinetry w/ granite counters, undermount sink w/ retractable faucet, tile backsplash, under-cabinet lighting, & stainless steel appliances. Recessed lighting in the kitchen, dining room, & living room (2017/2018). Upstairs bath renovated in 2018. Large family room, an office, and full bath (2007) on the lower level. Small grilling deck. Pet friendly fenced yard w/ shed. Gas furnace (2010), central air (2008), hot water heater (2014), 200 amp circuit breakers (2018), architectural shingle roof (2011), and some vinyl replacement windows (2009-2013). All this within a stone's throw of all the restaurants, shopping, & entertainment that Framingham & Natick have to offer. Welcome home!  
Open House
Saturday
January 19 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Correction: Due to the snowy/icy conditions expected on Sunday, the open house is being moved to Saturday from 11-1. 

 


Introducing 1 Quinlan Dr. in Framingham!  3 bedroom, 2 bath split-entry w/ 1-car garage.  Updates to kitchen, baths, & systems.  Fenced yard.  Fantastic commuter location. $475,000.  Showings begin on Friday, 1/18.  Open house on Sunday, 1/20 from 1-3.  Additional photos available on request.  Tell your friends!  


 
This beautiful cape recently sold in Medfield for $690,000, by Jay Allen - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West.  See more photos by clicking here.


12 School St, Medfield, MA 02052


Single-Family

$696,000
Price
$690,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Now is the time to seize the opportunity to make this enchanting residence your home! This custom-designed house is situated in a picturesque setting not far from North Street. The flexible floor plan allows for choice of master bedroom on either 1st or 2nd floor. The first floor features stunning hardwood floors and an expansive living/dining area with a double-sided fireplace, also enjoyed from the customized eat-in kitchen. The first floor includes a generous bedroom, den or additional bedroom, 1 & 1/2 enhanced baths, and laundry/pantry. Three sets of French doors lead out to almost an acre of well-maintained grounds. The upper floor has an ample landing (suitable for work desk area), two substantial bedrooms, and an attractive tiled bath with whirlpool tub/shower. Multiple eave closets allow for considerable storage. Lower level has a large well-appointed family/media room. Rarely will you find such an immaculate property, as both original and present owners were engineers




 

If there is one project you will be thankful for taking on before a move it’s a giant declutter session. Or even sessions. It doesn’t matter how many it takes you, getting rid of the stuff that just sits around taking up space and collecting dust feels liberating.

Because stuff is more than just stuff. Everything comes with a reason or attachment that is keeping us from letting go. Even your cell phone from 2012 that you’ve been planning to recycle responsibly for years.

Sometimes the “junk” we collect in drawers and boxes has a lot more to say about us than the more sentimental items like holey t-shirts and ticket stubs.

But don’t worry we won’t go there. Instead, here are some strategies & considerations for getting the clutter out before moving day. Because less stuff means fewer boxes, less to carry and less unpacking.

Let’s start with the most extreme, what would you do if you had to start over from scratch? If you couldn’t take anything with you what would you need to run out and replace ASAP? What are the non-negotiables that make your life yours?

Alternatively, schedule small bursts throughout the next few weeks where you tackle decluttering room by room. Breaking down a total declutter into smaller projects makes it easier to wrap our brains around. I’d recommend tackling one room per weekend.

If you’re finding that breaking up your declutter room by room is too overwhelming, here’s a different technique. Plan a few days a week where you set a timer for just an hour or two to go through one junk drawer/closet/bookshelf at a time. This works because it puts an immediate end in sight that you can quite literally count down to.

Struggling with what to keep and what to toss? Consider how often do you actually use the item in question. If it’s of sentimental value how often do you pull it out to reminisce? Did you think to yourself “Wow! I totally forgot about this”? What value does this item add to your day to day to life? If the answer is rarely to never, it’s time to let go. 

Sort items into the classic four box system. Create four boxes or piles: keep, donate, pack away, toss. And then, once everything is sorted, take action! Actually, donate those items. Toss out your collections of dead pens and old cell phones.  

Or box everything up, bring it with you to the new place and toss or donate anything you haven’t unpacked within a month. With the exception of seasonal items, of course. The downside here is that you’re still going to have to pack it all up and move. But it’s a less extreme version of imagining you are starting over from scratch. 




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