Cory Gracie | Northern Worcester County Real Estate



143 W Broadway, Gardner, MA 01440

Single-Family

$398,000
Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This EXTRAORDINARY property could be yours! Expect to be IMPRESSED by the attention to detail both inside & outside. The versatile floor plan can accommodate most lifestyles whether it is used as a large single family, in-law setup, possible 2 family. The 1st floor offers an enclosed porch to a marble entry way. There's also a kitchen, an office with its own entrance, a luxurious full bathroom including a tiled walk-in shower & soaking tub, sitting room, 1/2 bathroom, bedroom & French doors into a huge living room w/gas fireplace. The beautiful natural wood staircase leads to the 2nd floor. This kitchen offers Bosch appliances, hardwood floors, potentially 3 bedrooms, a living room w/wood stove & breathtaking sun room overlooking the inground pool & manicured yard. Walk-up attic. Outside is an AMAZING outdoor cooking area, his & hers changing areas, pool house w/kitchenette, multi-tiered deck, irrigation system, 3 car heated garage & still plenty of yard for other outdoor activities
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This Single-Family in Ashby, MA recently sold for $375,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Cory Gracie - Dimacale & Gracie Real Estate.


295 Bennett Rd, Ashby, MA 01431

Single-Family

$374,900
Price
$375,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Spacious new Colonial with views and hiking trails at Mt. Watatic across the street. This three bedroom, 2.5 bath Colonial offers a desirable open floor plan. Large kitchen with upgraded cabinets, granite countertops and SS appliances. Separate dining room with detailed moldings. Front to back living room featuring 3/4" hardwood flooring and slider to a 10x14 deck.Plenty of room for all activities and enjoyment in the expansive family room. The second floor has three generous sized bedrooms including a master bedroom with own full bath and walk in closet. Tile flooring in bathrooms and laundry. Two car garage with openers and a key pad. Extra turn around area and parking at top of driveway. NH and Route 119 & 101. This energy star house can be your new home for the upcoming holidays.

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If you're getting ready to put your house on the market, your mind is probably flooded with dozens of unanswerable questions. Much of your uncertainty may revolve around the marketability of your home and how quickly a qualified buyer will come along.

Although there are factors over which you have little control, there are several things you can do to tip the scales in your direction.

Other than sprucing up your home and yard to maximize their visual appeal, choosing a top-notch real estate agent is the single most important step you can take. It's not only crucial to select an agent who is both experienced and proactive, but you'll also want to find a professional with whom you have a good rapport. You can usually get a pretty good idea of their experience and sales history from online profiles, but the only way to know whether they're a good fit for your needs and personality is by meeting with them face to face.

If you have the time and inclination, it can also be to your advantage to interview more than one candidate. The agent you ultimately choose will have a direct bearing on virtually all aspects of the sales process. By choosing a professional who is dedicated, knowledgeable, and easy to work with, you'll be taking a big step toward getting your house sold within the shortest period of time. A good agent will keep you motivated, informed, and focused on keeping your home in marketable condition. They'll also help you with everything from pricing and negotiating to problem solving and setting up appointments.

There are several other things you can do to increase the chances of attracting potential buyers and offers. Creating as much curb appeal as possible can go a long way toward making a great first impression. The concept of curb appeal can encompass many different elements, but the battle is half won when your lawn, bushes, and trees are kept neatly trimmed at all times. Weather permitting, displaying colorful potted flowers and hanging baskets is another way to add a lot of eye appeal to your home. Simple improvements like painting your front steps, sealcoating your driveway, or touching up the paint on window shutters or porch railings can also help enhance your home's curb appeal.

Although interior painting can be time-consuming and a bit messy, it's often one of the most cost-effective ways to make a positive impression on potential buyers. If your walls are looking scuffed, faded, or otherwise neglected, a fresh coat of neutral, beige, or grey paint can often make a huge difference in the eye-appeal of your home. Making sure your carpets are clean, counter tops are immaculate, and your windows are crystal clear are other ways to put your best foot forward when house hunters are scheduled to visit your home.


This Single-Family in Ashburnham, MA recently sold for $340,500. This Colonial style home was sold by Cory Gracie - Dimacale & Gracie Real Estate.


15 Murray Road, Ashburnham, MA 01430

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Price
$340,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Don't miss out on this new construction which will be complete in early December! This Colonial has three bedrooms, 2.5 baths plus attached two car garage. Open floor plan on the first floor. Kitchen with granite countertops and island. Convenient first floor laundry in the half bath. Master bedroom with cathedral ceiling, walk-in closet and full bath. 10x12 Deck off the dining area. Beautiful lot in an area of other new homes. Wooded and private back yard. Convenient to Route 101 & Route 140. Great opportunity to be in by the holidays!

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If you own a dog, cat or other pets and plan to list your residence soon, there may be no time like the present to conduct an in-depth home cleaning. By performing extensive home cleaning, you can eliminate pet odors from your residence and ensure that your house is show-ready.

Ultimately, there are many quick, easy ways to remove pet odors from your house, including:

1. Wash your pet regularly.

When was the last time that you gave your pet a bath? If it's been a few months, now may be the perfect time to wash your pet thoroughly.

Ideally, you should bathe your pet at least every two weeks. This will help reduce the risk of pet odors that can emanate throughout your residence.

To bathe your pet properly, it is paramount to eliminate loose fur during the lathering process. Also, use a drain cover in your bathtub or shower to prevent pet hair from clogging the drain.

2. Clean your pet's bed.

Pet beds may be used frequently, and as a result, can collect assorted pet odors over time. Fortunately, these beds usually are simple to clean.

In many instances, pet beds are machine-washable. Look at the tag attached to the bed itself, and you likely will find instructions about how to wash this bed.

Also, be sure to clean your pet's bed on a monthly basis, at the very least. This will ensure pet odors won't linger for an extended period of time.

3. Don't hesitate to reach out for professional assistance.

As a home seller, it is essential to do everything possible to keep your house looking and smelling great. Thus, if vacuuming the furniture, scrubbing the floors and other home cleaning tasks aren't enough to eliminate pet odors, it may be worthwhile to reach out to a professional home cleaning company for extra help.

A home cleaning company will allocate significant time and resources to clean your residence from top to bottom. That way, your home will look show-ready in no time at all.

Perhaps best of all, a home cleaning company always employs friendly, diligent staff members who are happy to help you in any way possible. These staff members will make it easy to remove pet odors from your residence and can even offer expert guidance to prevent these odors from returning to your home.

Lastly, if you need help selecting a home cleaning company, a real estate agent may be able to assist you.

A real estate agent can provide insights into the top home cleaning companies in a particular city or town. He or she also can serve as a guide throughout the home selling journey, ensuring that you can showcase your residence to the right groups of homebuyers.

If you're struggling to remove pet odors from your residence, you're not alone. But with the aforementioned tips, any home seller can quickly and effortlessly eliminate pet odors from a home, thereby increasing the likelihood of a fast, profitable home sale.




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