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Posted by Anthony Joseph Real Estate LLC on 6/15/2018


10 Crestview Drive, Westborough, MA 01581

Single-Family

$448,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
The buyers financing fell through so here is your second chance to call this home! This lovely classic New England Cape, with an updated modern/traditional flair, and many recent improvements, offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 1 car attached garage. Life is simplified with a sunlit kitchen with custom white cabinetry, quartz counters, bar counter center Island, pendant lighting, beautiful backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Fujitsu Split air conditioning systems. Beautiful hardwood flooring throughout most of the home. Second floor offers a spacious master bedroom with recessed lighting, a newer full bath and a lovely bedroom. Third bedroom on first level. This home offers much seasonal enjoyment. Relax on the three season porch, sit on the deck, or take a swim in the inground pool. This turnkey home is conveniently located, close to major routes 90, 9, 30, 495, and 135.
Open House
Saturday
June 16 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 10 Crestview Drive, Westborough, MA 01581    Get Directions

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Posted by Anthony Joseph Real Estate LLC on 6/13/2018

Although some families are more organized than others, most homes are plagued by at least a moderate amount of clutter.

While it may seem like only a minor annoyance, household clutter can have a major "ripple effect" on several aspects of your life. Disorganization and clutter can be insidious problems for homeowners to deal with because its impact is not always obvious.

When you stop and think about it, having a cluttered home can take a heavy toll on everything from your finances to your family relationships. Here are a few reasons to set aside some time, this month, to begin decluttering your home.

Time and Money: One of the most frustrating experiences in life is to try to find a misplaced tool, an important document, or anything you might need to complete a task, solve a problem, or meet a deadline. When you add up the hours you and your family spend on searching for items that are stuffed in drawers or buried in closets, it becomes increasing clear why everyone's productivity is down and stress levels are up. You may have also noticed that you're spending money on personal and household supplies that you already have somewhere in the house.

If you've lived in your home for more than a few years, you've probably accumulated stacks of clutter in every imaginable storage space. Three ways to drastically reduce the amount of clutter in your home in a relatively short period of time is to either sell, donate, or throw away things you no longer need. The first step, of course, is to sort through your belongings to separate what's useful from what's just taking up valuable space.

Although organizing a garage sale can be a time-consuming activity, the benefits can far outweigh the time and effort involved. Preparing for a garage sale not only results in finding valuable things you forgot you even had, but your home will end up feeling cleaner, more spacious, and more welcoming. As long as you don't hold a garage sale every year, it can be a fun and profitable family activity.

Another alternative to storing things at home that you no longer need or want is to donate them to a charitable organization, such as The Salvation Army. Churches, veterans groups, and other community organizations often accept donations of clothing, furniture, electronics, appliances, and other household items. Making a few trips to nearby clothing collection bins is another way to unclutter your closets and pass along useful things you no longer need.

One type of clutter you can neither sell nor give away is "junk." If you have enough of it, you might consider renting a dumpster or calling a reputable, reasonably priced junk hauling service. Regardless of the method you use to get rid of things you no longer want, you'll be amazed at how energizing it can be to restore order, cleanliness, and a sense of pride to your living space!





Posted by Anthony Joseph Real Estate LLC on 6/6/2018


10 Crestview Drive, Westborough, MA 01581

Single-Family

$448,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
The buyers financing fell through so here is your second chance to call this home! This lovely classic New England Cape, with an updated modern/traditional flair, and many recent improvements, offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 1 car attached garage. Life is simplified with a sunlit kitchen with custom white cabinetry, quartz counters, bar counter center Island, pendant lighting, beautiful backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Fujitsu Split air conditioning systems. Beautiful hardwood flooring throughout most of the home. Second floor offers a spacious master bedroom with recessed lighting, a newer full bath and a lovely bedroom. Third bedroom on first level. This home offers much seasonal enjoyment. Relax on the three season porch, sit on the deck, or take a swim in the inground pool. This turnkey home is conveniently located, close to major routes 90, 9, 30, 495, and 135.
Open House
Sunday
June 10 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 10 Crestview Drive, Westborough, MA 01581    Get Directions

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Posted by Anthony Joseph Real Estate LLC on 6/6/2018

Estimating the market value of your home isn't a precise science. There are several factors that go into assessing the value of a home and the process is complicated by changes in the market that can sway home prices in either direction. Since homes are so expensive and are such a huge investment, the pragmatist and worrier in us all wants it to be a clear cut decision backed up by facts. Unfortunately, no two people will ever arrive at precisely the same number for the value of a home. The good news is that you can use this ambiguity to your advantage when bargaining with prospective buyers. To learn more about the six main factors that determine a home's value, read on.

Condition

Homebuyers don't want to walk into what could be their new house and discover months of expensive repairs and upgrades waiting for them. Especially for busy, young professionals there is great appeal in a home that is move-in ready. If your home needs some work, it will knock off some digits from your asking price.

Location

We would all love to say that having a home near the ocean or the mountains is our top priority. But, let's face it--having a place that is close to your work and that is in a good school district will probably take precedence over our daydreams. Location factors that add value to your home could include close proximity to schools, shopping, highways, and other amenities. However, if your home is far away from them or is in a neighborhood that appears run-down or dangerous you will find the value of your home decreasing. An easy way to get a ballpark figure for your home value is to look up the value of other comparable homes in your neighborhood.

Age

Age is just a really expensive number. For some, buying an old home is a dream they've always had. Old homes have character and offer challenges when it comes to DIY repairs and renovations. For others, an old home means more headaches and more expensive utilities if it's drafty or outdated.

Features

Curb appeal is important, but once your prospective buyers are inside you'll have to keep them around with great, convenient household features. Lots of storage space, updated kitchens with new appliances, finished basements, or a beautiful backyard with a view can all add thousands to a home value.

Size

Square-footage is important to many homebuyers. In spite of the current trends around minimalism and being eco-friendly, the numbers show that Americans are buying increasingly larger homes and vehicles.

Market

You've probably heard the terms "buyer's market" and "seller's market" thrown around in conversations about real estate. They are essentially descriptions of the supply and demand of homes. Many buyers with few homes means you're in a seller's market, whereas a surplus of vacant homes and few prospective buyers means it's a buyer's market. This is closely tied to location, different cities and suburbs experience different rates of growth and decline depending on the local economy.




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Posted by Anthony Joseph Real Estate LLC on 6/5/2018

This Single-Family in Westborough, MA recently sold for $832,500. This Colonial style home was sold by - Anthony Joseph Real Estate LLC.


15 Edmund Brigham Way, Westborough, MA 01581

Single-Family

$850,000
Price
$832,500
Sale Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to the Crossing at Brigham Rise. Sitting on its cul-de-sac and abutting acres of open space, this comfortable colonial provides a tranquil setting that's close to downtown. In soft neutral colors, the spacious foyer features picture-frame molding as well as hardwood flooring and crown molding that extend into the formal living and dining rooms. Beyond the foyer and in open-concept fashion, the kitchen and family room invite you to cook a meal or sit by the fire while enjoying picturesque views of the wooded backyard. Off the kitchen, a pergola-covered deck is a great place to unwind on a summer evening and enjoy cooling breezes and bird songs. Adjacent the kitchen, the back hall leads to an office, a powder room, and the two-car garage. The second floor is home to four bedrooms, two baths, and a laundry room with the master bedroom boasting hardwood flooring, a sun-lit walk-in closet, and an updated en suite. The finished basement provides entry to nature.

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