Open house on 10/6/2019 at 1 Laurel St. Paxton, MA 01612


Date: 10/06/2019 Time: 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM  
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This impressive Colonial Contemporary, set back from the road & abutting conservation land, has both great curb appeal + wonderful privacy! Beautiful landscaped yard includes a resort-style backyard oasis surrounded by peaceful woodland views. Terrific location! 1/2 a mile to Kettle Brook Golf Course & 10 minutes to Worcester! The style of the property, with charming gables & rooflines, has appeal for both traditional & contemporary buyers – magnificent flow & flexible floor plan. An elegant Foyer leads directly to a formal Livingroom w/ soaring Cathedral Ceilings. The Kitchen, Dining & Family rooms are Open Plan w/ southern exposure & rear privacy. The Kitchen boasts new Refrigerator & Induction Stove, Granite Counters & metallic tile backsplash. Hardwoods throughout the living areas. The 1st flr Master Suite offers a luxurious bathroom w/ Jacuzzi, separate shower, double vanities & 2 closets, one walk-in. A Sunroom leads to the multi-level Trex deck & private above gd. pool. Wow!

Single-Family – 1 Laurel St. Paxton, MA 01612 now has a new price of $420,000!

This impressive Colonial Contemporary, set back from the road & abutting conservation land, has both great curb appeal + wonderful privacy! Beautiful landscaped yard includes a resort-style backyard oasis surrounded by peaceful woodland views. Terrific location! 1/2 a mile to Kettle Brook Golf Course & 10 minutes to Worcester! The style of the property, with charming gables & rooflines, has appeal for both traditional & contemporary buyers – magnificent flow & flexible floor plan. An elegant Foyer leads directly to a formal Livingroom w/ soaring Cathedral Ceilings. The Kitchen, Dining & Family rooms are Open Plan w/ southern exposure & rear privacy. The Kitchen boasts new Refrigerator & Induction Stove, Granite Counters & metallic tile backsplash. Hardwoods throughout the living areas. The 1st flr Master Suite offers a luxurious bathroom w/ Jacuzzi, separate shower, double vanities & 2 closets, one walk-in. A Sunroom leads to the multi-level Trex deck & private above gd. pool. Wow!

This is a Colonial/Contemporary style home and features 10 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 2.72 Acres, and is currently available for $420,000.

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Single-Family – 41 Garrison Avenue Worcester, MA 01606 now has a new price of $225,000!

Opportunity at the Right Price! Your new home just hit the market! On a dead-end street in a quiet Burncoat neighborhood you will find this perfect Starter or Downsize Dutch Gambrel. Light-filled Rooms, Hardwoods & China Closet w/ leaded glass are among the many features you will love. There is an pretty brick Fireplace with mantel in the cozy Living Room & French doors either side lead to a Sunroom. A large Living Room closet offers the possibility of future 1/2 bath. The charming Dining Room is perfect for family meals and entertaining. In the country Kitchen there are plenty of cabinets and counter space + a newer dishwasher (2016) & microwave (2018). A distinctive hardwood landing & staircase lead to the second floor with three comfortable Bedrooms & Bathroom with jetted soaking tub. Newer Oil Tank, Front Steps & Walkway (2017). 200 Amp Service (2019), Freshly painted Living Room (2019), Dry Basement! With a little TLC this great family home in a terrific location can shine again.

This is a Gambrel style home and features 7 total rooms, 1 full bath, 3 bedrooms, 0.17 Acres, and is currently available for $225,000.

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How To Move When You Have Too Much Stuff

Are you planning on moving in the next 6-8 months? Don’t let your belongings take ownership of you. As consumers, we tend to accumulate a lot of “stuff” over the years. After spending 5, 10, or 20-plus years in one home, this can amount to more than some of us can handle. Do you have more than 4 sets of dishes? How about piles of toys & board games from when your kids were younger? And then there are those passed-down antiques that no one in the family seems to have use for, yet no one wants to throw away.

 

Rather than rush while packing and having to take the whole mess with you to your next home, consider starting the process early! You can categorize your belongings into the following groups:

 

  • Keep
  • Sell
  • Donate
  • Throw it away

It may be hard to discern which category an item goes in. This is why it’s a great idea to solicit help when you’re moving and downsizing your piles of stuff. An outsider can be a bit more objective to help you see what’s useful and what isn’t. 

The Keep Pile

The items you want to keep through your move are those that you use every single day. There’s no question in your mind that you’ll need these things at your next residence. Think of the items that are either irreplaceable or still in good working condition like bedding, the coffee pot, furniture, and personal items like books, DVDs, and electronics. 

Sell For Profit


If you have a question about any of the items that you’re going through, you may want to consider selling them. Is your sofa still in good condition, but won’t fit well into your new place? It’s time to get that piece of furniture to another good home and make a bit of cash while you’re at it. There are tons of websites, apps, and other resources that connect you with people who are looking for the items that you want to get rid of.

Donate

Some items may not be an easy sell. You may not even have the time to sell them. This is where donation centers allow you to do some good while you’re cleaning out your things. As you’re packing for the move go through things like clothes, books, DVDs, games, toys, and other knickknacks. Those figurines that have been sitting on the shelf may not be ideal for your new house. 

It’s also a good idea to keep the amount of space that you’re dealing with in mind. If you have less space, downsizing will be ever important. On the flip side, if you’re moving into a bigger house, you don’t necessarily need to fill it up!

Trash Pile

Unfortunately, we’ll always have a few things that need to be thrown out. Items that are ripped, stained, worn, broken, or plain useless must face the fate of the dumpster. 

No matter how you go about cleaning out your home before a move, you should know that it will feel amazing to have a lighter load to move as the clutter is cleaned out.