Cory Gracie | Northern Worcester County Real Estate



157 Brooks Road, Templeton, MA 01468

Single-Family

$379,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New construction Colonial is underway and located across the street from the Templewood Golf Course! Still time to customize this beautiful new home with your choice of cabinetry, granite countertops, flooring, lighting, etc. This spacious Colonial has three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a front bump out plus attached two car garage. Open floor plan on the first floor including a front-to-back living room. There are two closets in front foyer. Convenient first floor laundry in the half bath. The master bedroom features a cathedral ceiling, a walk-in closet and full bath with double sinks. Two other generous sized bedrooms and a full bath on the 2nd floor. Enjoy the 10x12 deck off kitchen area overlooking a private back yard. Attached two car garage with openers and a side door access. Attractive level and cleared lot. In an area of other new homes. Generous allowances. Town Water. House is framed with an expected closing date at the end of September. Model Home Available.
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August 15 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Let's face it – purchasing your dream home may prove to be an uphill climb, particularly for a homebuyer who fails to prepare accordingly. Lucky for you, we're here to help you make your homeownership dream a reality and ensure you can discover your ideal residence in no time at all.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you get ready to pursue your dream house.

1. Establish Homebuying Criteria

Finding your ideal house can be quick and easy if you establish homebuying criteria before you launch a home search. In fact, with homebuying criteria in hand, you can narrow your house search and speed up the homebuying journey.

To create homebuying criteria, you first should think about cities and towns where you want to live. Next, analyze houses in your preferred cities and towns and consider home must-haves and wants. Once you know exactly what you want to find in your dream house and where you want to reside, you can schedule home showings and move closer to finding your ideal house.

2. Get Pre-Approved for Home Financing

Homebuyers rarely have all the money they need to buy a home. Thankfully, banks and credit unions offer a wide range of mortgage options to make it simple for homebuyers to purchase residences. And if you meet with banks and credit unions, you can review your mortgage options and get pre-approved for home financing.

Obtaining a mortgage may help you streamline your house search because it enables you to establish a homebuying budget that you can use to hone your quest to find your dream home. Perhaps best of all, getting pre-approved for a mortgage may help you resist the temptation to spend beyond your means to purchase your ideal residence.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

Navigating the housing market on your own can be challenging for first-time and experienced homebuyers alike. Fortunately, real estate agents are available who can help you take the guesswork out of pursuing your dream house.

A real estate agent is a housing market expert who understands what it takes to complete a successful home search. He or she will meet with you, analyze your homebuying goals and map out a homebuying strategy. Then, a real estate agent will work with you to help make your homeownership dream come true.

As you conduct your home search, a real estate agent will keep you up to date about new residences that become available in your preferred cities and towns. He or she also will set up house showings and offer insights into the local real estate market. Furthermore, if you find your dream house, a real estate agent will help you craft a competitive offer to purchase this residence. And if your homebuying proposal ultimately is accepted, a real estate agent will guide you through the final stages of the homebuying process.

Start your search for your dream house – use the aforementioned tips, and you can boost the likelihood of a successful homebuying journey.


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Renovating your home is a great way to improve your home while also adding value. While you may go into a home improvement or renovation project with the best-laid plans, problems are bound to arise especially with a larger scale job. Some issues can be prevented by understanding the most common pitfalls that may come into play during the home renovation process.

Budget

Establishing and sticking to a budget is a common home renovation problem. When setting a budget for your project, it is helpful to work with an experienced professional who can plan for contingencies. While the budget might be "set in stone" in the beginning, contractors may discover other issues that need attention further into the project. Additional costs may be incurred along the way so be prepared for the possibility of budget overage as the project moves ahead.

Original Architecture

While the goal of a home improvement project is to update the home and add something new, it is also important to work within the existing architectural style. Renovation projects should complement the original structure of the building so that the update flows seamlessly with the original structure. Introducing a completely different style can make the addition or renovation seem out of place and forced when compared with other more established elements. 

Sacrificing Function

Consider how the renovated space will be used and how it will impact daily life. Try not to sacrifice function for design. It is important that the final project looks good but it should properly serve its function and add value to the home and to your life. A home renovation project may look fantastic but if it creates usability issues such as lighting, electrical access or a disturbance in traffic flow it may create frustration in the end. 

Focusing Too Much on Trends

Trends are enticing and an exciting way to personalize your home but beware, what is popular today may fall out of favor next year. If you're incorporating a trendy detail into a big renovation decision, be sure it's something you truly love. If not, consider incorporating trendy colors and textures in places that are easy to update like paint, carpeting or decor. 


This Land in Ashburnham, MA recently sold for $29,000. This style home was sold by Cory Gracie - Dimacale & Gracie Real Estate.


Lot 4 Sled Road, Ashburnham, MA 01430

North Ashburnham

Land

$39,900
Price
$29,000
Sale Price

2.20
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Wooded 2.2 acre lot with 200’ of frontage which has been surveyed and perked. Country location near Lake Watatic.

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This Land in Ashburnham, MA recently sold for $29,000. This style home was sold by Cory Gracie - Dimacale & Gracie Real Estate.


Lot 3 Sled Road, Ashburnham, MA 01430

North Ashburnham

Land

$39,900
Price
$29,000
Sale Price

1.40
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Wooded 1.4 acre lot with 200’ of frontage which has been surveyed and perked. Country location near Lake Watatic.

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