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25 Riverview Road, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$475,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome home! This beautifully appointed Campanelli Ranch has been updated in all the right places. Raised panel cabinetry w/ granite counters & stainless steel appliances. Master suite boasts a private, updated bath w/ tiled shower. Large family room addition with slider to a low wood deck (installed 2015, freshly painted 2019), perfect for entertaining. Beat the summer heat with new ductless mini-splits (2013)...then take a plunge in the full sun inground pool (new filter/pump 2018). Fenced yard. "Smart" lawn irrigation (2017), architectural shingle roof (2015), freshly painted exterior (2016), new oil tank (2019), 220 amp circuit breakers (2013), insulated attic & walls (2016), detached garage w/ new door opener (2018). Superb commuter location. Quick access to parks, restaurants, shopping, entertainment. An easy "yes!"


For more info, visit www.25Riverview.com!

Open House
Sunday
July 28 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 25 Riverview Road, Framingham, MA 01701    Get Directions

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264 Framingham Rd., Marlborough, MA 01752

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$289,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
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Expertly updated with modern amenities while maintaining the warmth and charm of a simpler time, this cozy turn-of-the-century farmhouse is sure to impress. Updated open concept kitchen with vaulted ceilings, raised panel cabinetry, granite counters, prep island, wine storage, and RADIANT HEAT in the tile floor keeps the toes warm on those chilly winter mornings. Separate dining area with plenty of light. Fantastic updated full bath in 2018 with hex marble inlaid shower surround. Master bedroom is equipped with a custom closet/storage system (2018) to maximize use of space. Walkup attic. First floor bedroom would also function well as an office. And if that's not enough, this home sits on an oversized, level lot on the outskirts of Marlborough...great for summer gatherings, gardening, sports, etc...you decide! 1 car detached garage. Storage shed. Vinyl siding (2011). Easy access to shopping, restaurants, and more!
Open House
Sunday
November 04 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 264 Framingham Rd., Marlborough, MA 01752    Get Directions

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1. Your Home Must-Haves

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To establish a homebuying budget, you should review your current finances. You may want to meet with banks and credit unions as well. And if you get pre-approved for a mortgage, you will know exactly how much you can spend on a residence when you start your house search.

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There is no guarantee that attending one open house will help you find your dream residence. But if you maintain flexibility, you can attend a variety of open house events and boost the likelihood of discovering a residence that falls in line with your expectations.

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 An open house allows a homebuyer to explore a residence. And ultimately, this event may help a buyer determine whether to submit an offer on a home. For buyers, there are many terrific reasons to attend an open house, including: 1. You Can Learn About a Home from a Home Seller's Real Estate Agent. Although you may spend time reviewing home listings online, there may be information about a house that is unavailable on the web.Fortunately, an open house enables you to speak directly to a home seller's real estate agent and find out more information about a residence. From learning whether a seller is motivated to sell quickly to finding out which internet services providers are available in the area, a seller's real estate agent should be able to answer any questions you may have during an open house. As a result, you can receive plenty of insights that can help you make an informed decision about whether a particular residence is right for you. 2. You Can Check Out the Overall Condition of the Home. Online photos sometimes can be deceiving, but an open house allows you to get an up-close look at a residence and find out if it fulfills your personal needs. For instance, an open house will enable you to check out the size of each room as well as the overall condition of the home's exterior and interior. Perhaps best of all, an open house gives you the chance to envision what life could be like if you bought a residence. Because you can walk around the home and explore it at your leisure during an open house, this event provides you with the freedom to evaluate a residence in a pressure-free situation. 3. You Can Find Out if There Is Significant Interest in a Home. Typically, a seller's real estate agent will set up a sign-in sheet for attendees who visit an open house. This sheet enables a seller to see how many people attended an open house and may provide you with a good indication about whether there is substantial interest in a residence. It is important to remember that the housing market is competitive, regardless of whether you're searching for a residence in a buyers' or sellers' market. As such, if an open house is filled with people, there likely is significant interest in a house. And if only a few people attend the event, there may be a greater chance that a seller would accept an offer below his or her initial asking price. Ask your real estate agent for information about open houses in your area – you'll be glad you did! This real estate professional will be able to keep you up to date about open houses and help you find your dream home quickly and efficiently.

 


161 Phipps St., Quincy, MA 02169

Single-Family

$419,900
New Price

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Rooms
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1
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Home sweet home! This beautifully presented Penn's Hill dormered cape is perched on a sunny rise near Faxon Park, featuring a newly renovated playground and trails for pedestrians & dog-walkers alike. Once a 3 bedroom home, two bedrooms were combined to make a large master bedroom w/ cathedral ceilings & skylights (possibilities to re-purpose other rooms to function as 3rd bedroom, if desired). Hardwood floors throughout. Front-to-back living room w/ woodburning fireplace & an office bumpout. Updated bathroom w/ jetted tub & separate shower. New flooring & microwave in the kitchen (2018). Entertain in the separate dining room...or throw open the doors and let the party spill out onto the large shaded deck. Casual family room in the finished lower level features a built-in entertainment cabinet. New boiler (2011). Some vinyl replacement windows (2011-2018). Low-maintenance vinyl siding. Shopping & restaurants nearby. Walk to the Red Line...or hop in the car for a short drive to I-93!
Open House
Sunday
June 24 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 161 Phipps St., Quincy, MA 02169    Get Directions

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