Evelyn Rockas - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage


This Single-Family in Lynnfield, MA recently sold for $637,000. This Gambrel style home was sold by Evelyn Rockas - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


2 Thwing Road, Lynnfield, MA 01940

Single-Family

$664,900
Price
$637,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
BOM due to buyer financing! Make their loss your gain! Come home in time for the holidays to this 9 Room 4 Bedroom Gambrel Dutch Colonial home on a level fenced corner lot featuring garden views from the breezeway and deck. Have fun with family and friends in the open concept family room and granite kitchen. Enjoy the holidays by the fire in the cozy living room and adjacent dining room. Retreat to the second level featuring Master Bedroom with walk-in closet and three additional spacious bedrooms. Another working fireplace is featured in the lower level bonus/family/game/play room with additional space for an office and built-ins with storage. Laundry and work room complete the lower level. Newer roof and furnace, Andersen replacement windows, hardwood throughout, irrigation, newly painted interior and exterior, plenty of storage and more. Near major routes and Lynnfield Center. Don't miss out on desirable schools, nearby shopping, dining and Market Street. Make this your forever home

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This Single-Family in Peabody, MA recently sold for $555,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Evelyn Rockas - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


6 Penn Road, Peabody, MA 01960

West Peabody

Single-Family

$539,900
Price
$555,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
RUN DON'T WALK TO THIS BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED SPLIT ENTRY HOME LOCATED ON A CUL-DE-SAC IN DESIRABLE WEST PEABODY! The ultimate living/dining/kitchen open floor plan for today's lifestyle. Updated kitchen with sleek cherry cabinets, granite counters, tiled back splash and L shaped island with pendant lighting and plenty of seating for kitchen stools. Three bedrooms all with hardwood floors and beautifully updated main bath. Lower level family room for relaxing and watching your favorite TV or sports program with built in shelves for nice storage. 3/4 updated bath with laundry. Relax on your deck and enjoy the outstanding spacious yard that offers an invisible fence for pets! CENTRAL AIR, OVER SIZED ONE CAR GARAGE, GAS HEAT, NEW WATER HEATER 2019, ROOF, 2014, WINDOWS 2016, ALARM & UNDERGROUND SPRINKLER SYSTEM. Peabody voted #5 hottest zip codes in the USA!

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If you intend to list your house, it may be beneficial to perform home upgrades. That way, you can enhance your residence and increase the likelihood of generating plenty of interest in your house as soon as it becomes available.

Oftentimes, a home's roof will deteriorate over time. And if a home seller is not careful, he or she may be forced to repair or replace a house's roof prior to listing a residence. Because failure to update this home's roof may force a home seller to miss out on opportunities to maximize his or her home sale earnings.

For those who need help upgrading a home's roof, there is no need to worry. Many roofing contractors are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these professionals can help you update a home's roof in no time at all.

Differentiating a top-notch roofing contractor from an ordinary roofing contractor, however, sometimes can be difficult. Lucky for you, we're here to help you streamline the process of hiring the best-available roofing contractor in your city or town to update your house's roof.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you select the ideal roofing contractor.

1. Get Multiple Quotes

There is no shortage of roofing contractors at your disposal. Thus, you should receive quotes from multiple roofing contractors in your area.

Reach out to a variety of local roofing contractors – you'll be glad you did. In most instance, roofing contractors will offer free roof evaluations and estimates. Then, you can use the information provided by various roofing contractors to help you make an informed decision.

2. Ask Plenty of Questions

When it comes to selecting a roofing contractor, there is no such thing as a "bad" question. Therefore, you should ask a roofing contractor lots of questions to ensure you can make the best-possible choice.

Remember, roof repairs or updates may prove to be costly. But if you ask a roofing contractor for full details about a roof project, this professional can provide you with the insights you need to maximize the value of your investment.

3. Request Client Referrals

Generally, a roofing contractor can provide client referrals at a moment's notice. These referrals may prove to be exceedingly valuable, as they can help you understand what it's like to work with a roofing contractor before you make your final decision.

If you need extra help finding the right roofing contractor, you may want to reach out to a real estate agent as well. This housing market professional can put you in touch with the top roofing contractors in your city or town, ensuring you can get the home improvement support that you need.

Of course, a real estate agent can provide you with expert guidance throughout the home selling journey too. He or she can help you list your residence, promote it to the right groups of buyers and ensure you can enjoy a quick, profitable home selling experience.

Take the necessary steps to upgrade your home's roof – use the aforementioned tips, and you can hire a terrific roofing contractor before you add your residence to the housing market.



3 Humiston Circle, Westford, MA 01886

Single-Family

$689,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Come home for the Holidays to this quality Hick's built 9 RM 4 BDRM 2.5 BATH Cape in desirable Beaver Brook Estates! Nestled in a tranquil setting, this open concept home with 1st floor Master Bedroom Suite featuring walk-in closet, vaulted ceiling & full bath is located on a cul-de-sac near major routes, shopping & restaurants. Enjoy cooking in the vaulted ceiling Kitchen with granite counters, island with seating, gas range, SS appliances, skylight & dining area open to the cozy vaulted ceiling Family RM featuring gas fireplace. Large deck off the KIT overlooks level yard for Summer fun. Entertaining is easy with the formal Dining & Living RMs near the Kitchen. Additional living space in the 20x15 foot Bonus RM over the garage. 3 BDRMS & a full BATH complete the 2nd floor. Plenty of storage in the basement awaits your ideas. Hardwood Flrs, Skylights, Palladium Windows, Gas FHA, Central Air, 1st floor Laundry, Spa Tub, Irrigation, 2 Car Garage, Generator Ready, Vinyl Siding & more!
Open House
Sunday
November 10 at 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
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Many of today's fashionable life coaches tell us that cluttered environments mess with our sense of peace and calm, our focus, and our productivity. Plenty of gurus and television hosts urge us to declutter our desks and homes. And overall, they're right. Research does support the concept that a having a tidy living space and workplace is beneficial. But those messy spaces in your home or office might just inspire you in ways the clutter-free set has yet to notice.

Clutter Might Not Amuse, But Is It a Muse?

Some researchers tell us that clutter supports creativity.

They acknowledge the benefits of a tidy interior space: mainly, the pleasure of easily finding, storing, and keeping track of things. Cleaning out your space can also ensure that it is used more efficiently. And of course, minimalism is important when you go to sell your home.

But when a home is actually lived in, an uncluttered environment, for some folks, may be missing something.

Clutter is conducive to creativity. It stimulates a thought process that veers away from conventional reasoning. 

Clutter Has Its Place

You may find that filing away loose papers and neatly storing randomly scattered objects seems to hit an internal "refresh" button. You may suddenly feel more in control, calm...ready to take on all the tasks! Especially when you need to complete organizational work, your stress level should drop after a good tidying up. And if you're a chef, or working on projects requiring absolute precision, tidiness is paramount. But when you're doing work that requires creative thinking, the clutter cost-benefit analysis shifts.

In a tidy atmosphere, writer's block can get the best of you. Tasks that depend on originality and flair may stall.

When that happens, try going to a room with a lot of interesting, scattered things, with all sorts of hues and shapes and fragrances. See what happens. 

Synopsis: A Call for Moderated Clutter 

Decluttering might enhance productivity, but it can discourage creativity. Often, real creativity is unleashed during a person's least productive days.

Perhaps it's best to keep a balance. Clean when the situation calls for it. Tidy up when you need a break from sitting.

After all, the quest for perfect order can be a source of stress itself. Tidying in a more organic way can be relaxing, and it can help you rediscover unfinished projects merge well with whatever you're creating today. Let yourself appreciate the serendipity that some disorder creates. Meanwhile, take this as a stress reducer if you've been concerned about your clutter. Rather than trying to keep up with the decluttered Joneses, enjoy your environment—your way!




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