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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 3/13/2019


82 West Pond Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333

Single-Family

$564,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
BRAND NEW COLONIAL WITH 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths. WITH OPEN floor plan, perfect for family fun and entertaining. Fabulous Country Kitchen with a center island featuring granite counters, pantry and stainless appliances. Master bedroom has 2 X-large closets and the master bath with a double sink vanity. Additional bedrooms are good size with plenty of closet space. 9 Foot ceilings on first floor to give you the open feeling. Very conveniently located only minutes to Commuter Rail, Highway Rt 24/495, only minutes to Bridgewater State University, Shopping, etc. WE HAVE OTHER 3 LOTS AVAILABLE! CALL TODAY TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR FUTURE HOME. Only minutes to the commuter rail and Routes 24 and 495. Located behind the E. Bridgewater YMCA. Construction is in process with sheet rock coming in two weeks. THIS HOME IS READY TO BE LIVED IN COME CHECK IT OUT JUST WAITING FOR SPRING TO FINISH THE YARD and DRIVEWAY.
Open House
Saturday
March 16 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 82 West Pond Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333    Get Directions

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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 3/11/2019


82 West Pond Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333

Single-Family

$574,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
BRAND NEW COLONIAL WITH 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths. WITH OPEN floor plan, perfect for family fun and entertaining. Fabulous Country Kitchen with a center island featuring granite counters, pantry and stainless appliances. Master bedroom has 2 X-large closets and the master bath with a double sink vanity. Additional bedrooms are good size with plenty of closet space. 9 Foot ceilings on first floor to give you the open feeling. Very conveniently located only minutes to Commuter Rail, Highway Rt 24/495, only minutes to Bridgewater State University, Shopping, etc. WE HAVE OTHER 3 LOTS AVAILABLE! CALL TODAY TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR FUTURE HOME. Only minutes to the commuter rail and Routes 24 and 495. Located behind the E. Bridgewater YMCA. Construction is in process with sheet rock coming in two weeks. THIS HOME IS READY TO BE LIVED IN COME CHECK IT OUT JUST WAITING FOR SPRING TO FINISH THE YARD and DRIVEWAY.
Open House
Saturday
March 16 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 82 West Pond Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333    Get Directions

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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 3/10/2019

Long work days, busy family life, activities, and even time with friends and family can place a cloud on your mood. However, a quick pick-me-up might be just outside your door. According to research recently published in The Journal of Positive Psychology, studies show evidence that interacting with nature improves mood and health. In two different studies, results showed that just five minutes out-of-doors could positively affect your emotions. If you find yourself needing something uplifting to get you out of a funk, try these suggestions.

  • Take a five-minute walk around the building. Whether you work in an urban area or a strip mall, stepping outside might be all you need to change your outlook.
  • Pet a puppy. Stop by a shelter on your way home from work and give some love to a kitten or puppy. Just interacting with an animal lifts your spirits.
  • Take your lunch in a park. If an urban park is within walking distance of your work, pack a portable lunch and eat as you walk. Then, find a bench and meditate for a few minutes before returning to the office.
  • Put some plants on your balcony. Having a fern or succulent to care for forces you outside once in a while.
  • If you canít get outside, stand in front of a window and gaze into the distance. Just focusing outside the building promotes relaxation.
  • Spend the weekend hiking. Even a few hours spent in nature changes your perspective on life.
  • Breathe deeply as you enter and exit your vehicle or public transportation to take a little of the outdoors with you as you travel.
  • Find the opportunity to roll down the car windows. Better yet, slide open that sunroof or put the top down.
  • Step outside when youíre on the phone. That way, you arenít interrupting your house or office mates, and you're inhaling non-conditioned air.
  • Walk to the coffee shop or convenience store. Instead of hopping in the car, stroll to your nearest brewery. Youíll get a dose of nature, and perhaps meet friends along the way. 
  • Dine al fresco. Ask for the outdoor seating, even if itís a little cooler. That way your mealtime becomes extra relaxing. 

If you donít have time to slip outside for a break, add some nature to your indoor environment. Put a plant on your desk or bring in a bunch of flowers. Even setting a bowl of coffee beans near your workspace lifts your mood. Trimming a bonsai tree refreshes your brain. Or, try a sand and rock garden to occupy a minute or two.

If you want more nature in your life, talk to your real estate specialist about finding a home with a yard, small garden or relaxing patio.




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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 3/3/2019

Selling a house and getting a residence show-ready are two entirely different things.

If you list your house, homebuyers can evaluate it at their convenience. But merely listing a residence offers no guarantees.

Instead, a home seller may want to get his or her residence show-ready. Because if a house is show-ready, the likelihood increases that homebuyers will fall in love with this home as soon as they see it.

There are many quick, easy ways to get your home show-ready, and these include:

1. Clean and Declutter Your Home

Mop the floors, wipe down countertops and conduct various home cleaning tasks. That way, you can transform an ordinary home interior into an immaculate one.

Also, don't forget to declutter your residence as much as possible. If you evaluate your personal belongings, you can identify clutter and work to remove excess items from your house.

For those who need to get rid of clutter, you may be able to sell excess items at a garage sale or online. Also, you can donate excess items to local charities or give these items to family members and friends.

2. Revamp Your House's Exterior

Mow the front lawn, repair any cracked or damaged home siding and complete assorted home exterior improvements. By doing so, you can boost your house's curb appeal and help your home stand out to potential buyers.

Remember, your home's curb appeal may make or break a possible sale. If you allocate the necessary time and resources to revamp your house's exterior, you can increase the chance that a buyer will set up a home showing that could lead to a home sale.

3. Perform Last-Minute Touch-Ups

The final hours before a home showing can be stressful. Fortunately, if you know how to perform myriad last-minute touch-ups, you can boost the likelihood that your residence will make a great first impression on buyers.

Opening the blinds is a great way to brighten up your house prior to a showing. Furthermore, you should empty any trash bins to minimize the risk that unpleasant odors may emanate throughout your home.

Clearly, there's a lot that you can do to get your house show-ready. And if you need extra help as you sell your house, you may want to collaborate with a real estate agent as well.

A real estate agent is a housing market expert who understands what it takes to get a house show-ready. He or she is happy to provide home showing recommendations to ensure that you can stir up plenty of interest in your residence.

Of course, a real estate agent provides plenty of assistance throughout the home selling process too. This housing market professional will help you craft an engaging home listing, promote your residence to potential buyers and negotiate with a buyer's agent on your behalf. He or she will even respond to your home selling concerns and queries.

Prepare your house for a showing Ė use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble getting your residence show-ready.




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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 2/28/2019


82 West Pond Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333

Single-Family

$574,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
BRAND NEW COLONIAL WITH 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths. WITH OPEN floor plan, perfect for family fun and entertaining. Fabulous Country Kitchen with a center island featuring granite counters, pantry and stainless appliances. Master bedroom has 2 X-large closets and the master bath with a double sink vanity. Additional bedrooms are good size with plenty of closet space. 9 Foot ceilings on first floor to give you the open feeling. Very conveniently located only minutes to Commuter Rail, Highway Rt 24/495, only minutes to Bridgewater State University, Shopping, etc. WE HAVE OTHER 3 LOTS AVAILABLE! CALL TODAY TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR FUTURE HOME. Only minutes to the commuter rail and Routes 24 and 495. Located behind the E. Bridgewater YMCA. Construction is in process with sheet rock coming in two weeks. THIS HOME IS READY TO BE LIVED IN COME CHECK IT OUT JUST WAITING FOR CARPET AND SPRING TO FINISH THE YARD. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE! DRIVEWAY WILL COME OFF SULLY LANE. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 11-1PM
Open House
Saturday
March 02 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Send your buyers to this Brand New Colonial in East Bridgewater!!! All cards will be honored
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 82 West Pond Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333    Get Directions

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