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This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $642,500. This Cape style home was sold by Sug Jandu - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


94 Edgebrook Road, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$639,900
Price
$642,500
Sale Price

10
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Royal Barry Wills design Cape with open & spacious floor plans features the living room & dining room with gleaming hardwood: fireplace w/ above-mounted TV cabinets, terrific custom built-ins in the sun-drenched dining room w/ bay window. Gourmet kitchen w/ soapstone counters, newer SS appliances, recess lights and an enormous breakfast bar w/ pendant lighting, the family room is perfect for large gathering, detailed fireplace and beautiful built-ins, ideal 1st-floor master bedroom suite w/ exquisite master bath: soapstone counters, radiant heat tile flooring, & steam shower, 2nd floor boasts two front to back bedrooms, hardwood flooring and w/i closets, lovely tiled 2nd bathroom & granite counters, newly updated LL features 3rd fireplace and pool table (to stay) a great spot for "game night", 2 add't rooms, office or craft room, gorgeous grounds, fully fenced yard, 4 zone heat, central AC, vinyl siding, 200 amp electric, spacious mudroom, 2 car w/ huge attic. Private showings only -

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This Condo in Milford, MA recently sold for $330,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Sug Jandu - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


10 Governors Way, Milford, MA 01757

Condo

$345,000
Price
$330,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Light and bright with an open concept plan for easy entertaining. This immaculately maintained townhouse awaits you! The sun-splashed spacious kitchen offers granite countertops, tons of cabinets, gas cooking & access to a private wood deck for those cool summer evenings. Fireplace living room seamlessly flows to the dining room.  A beautiful master suite sanctuary with cathedral ceilings, shower, Jacuzzi tub & walk in closet. An additional bedroom with full bathroom makes up the 2nd floor. Walk out basement with laundry. Plenty of extra raw storage in basement too. Painted in a crisp modern palette....this end unit has been impeccably maintained & has it ALL! **Showings start at OH on Saturday 2pm - 3:30pm/ Sunday 2-3:30pm





77 OAK HILL RD, Southborough, MA 01745

Single-Family

$574,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Location Location!! Within minutes to Mass Pike, Rt 9, Rt 85 and 495.....This home has been COMPLETELY remodelled with new Vinyl Siding, new Roof, new Septic, new Heating System, new AC, new Kitchen, new Bathrooms, new Windows, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, new Composite Deck and the list goes on.... This pristine 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroom home must be seen to be appreciated. Open plan kitchen with 10ft island is a chef's dream. Master bedroom with fabulous walk in closet and master bath. Deck overlooking a professionally landscaped fenced yard that is perfect for outdoor entertaining. Full unfinished basement awaits your finishing touches! **Virtual tour attached to listing**
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There are some overlooked places in your home that need proper lighting. A good example is a closet. Whether a closet is small or large, proper lighting is essential for safety and good illumination. When building a new space or upgrading an existing one, these tips will help you choose the ideal lighting. 

Safety first

Closet lighting fixtures should be installed at least 12 inches away from where your clothes will be stored. Light and heat from bulbs can be harmful to your clothes especially if exposed for extended periods. Avoid heat issues by choosing LED or compact fluorescent (CFL) over incandescent lights. Using LEDs or CFLs in your closet provides the right amount of light, gives off less heat and saves energy. 

Halogen lights generate a significant amount of heat. They are not suitable for enclosed spaces like closets so avoid halogen fixtures in this application. 

Color temperature

Consider the color temperature of the lightbulbs you select. A color temperature within the range of 3000k-3500k provides bright, white light that is perfect for a closet. Selecting the right color temperature allows you to see the color of your clothes more accurately: no more guessing if your pants are black or dark blue.

Illuminate dark areas

Many closets include shelves and cabinets. Natural light or wall-mounted fixtures may not reach the far corners of these spaces. Consider installing under cabinet lighting to brighten the darker corners. Under-cabinet lighting comes in assorted sizes that can be customized for your closet. LED tape lights offer endless possibilities because of their thin profile and flexibility.

Choosing the perfect light for your closet can make big impact on your space. Keep these tips in mind as you plan your updates. If you do not have existing fixtures, consult with an experienced electrician to help with installation and placement.


One of the final hurdles to buying a house is making sure your future home is structurally sound. To the untrained eye, the property you've made an offer on may appear to be "close enough to perfect."

However, your excitement over that gourmet kitchen, finished basement, and manicured lawn may be causing you to view your future home with rose-colored glasses!

Fortunately, you can (and should) hire an experienced, licensed professional to thoroughly inspect the property and point out flaws and potential problems that might need to be addressed by the seller -- either in the form of price concessions or repairs. If the seller is unwilling to be flexible in those areas, then you may have the option of withdrawing your offer. Hopefully, it won't come down to that -- especially if you love the house -- but that situation could arise and derail your plans for buying a particular property.

Many real estate purchases do involve a few bumps and detours along the way, but they frequently can be resolved by your real estate agent and/or attorney.

The starting point for identifying structural issues with a house is to have the property inspected by a reputable home inspector. Here are a few of the key areas they'll evaluate and include in their report:

  • Foundation and basement: Cracks, leaks, and signs of instability can often be identified through a visual inspection of the underlying structure of a home. Some issues are relatively minor, while others can be quite costly.
  • Roof and attic: Although most new roofs typically last for 20 to 30 years, time has a way of slipping by when you least expect it! Depending on weather conditions, climate, and falling tree branches, roofs of any age can be subjected to a lot of wear and tear. Since roofs play such a vital role in protecting your home and family from the many forces of nature, it's crucial that your roof be intact, in sound condition, and fully functional. An inspection of the home's attic and/or crawlspace will also reveal actual or potential problems with leaks, mold, roof damage, or infestations.
  • HVAC, electrical, and plumbing: There are a lot of systems that provide homeowners with comfort, convenience, and the ability to meet day-to-day needs. Whether you're talking about major kitchen appliances, hot water heaters, or climate control systems, there are dozens of things an inspector needs to check and keep you apprised of.
  • Exterior checkpoints: Property inspectors will also assess the condition of the outside of the house, as well as drainage efficiency and any visible structural damage or signs of deterioration.
Although all property inspectors should adhere to industry standards and best practices, some are more thorough and efficient than others. It's essential for you to understand the scope of their services, including whether they offer lead paint testing, termite inspection, radon detection, and asbestos testing.

When it comes to home inspections, your real estate agent can not only provide you with professional referrals, but they can also accompany you on the actual property inspection. That will help make sure important questions, issues, and recommendations don't slip through the cracks!




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