Janet Cramb & Company Real Estate



Posted by Janet Cramb on 5/23/2018


38-A Shattuck Street, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$432,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
In the middle of nature boast a beautiful Colonial 3 bedroom and 2.5 baths with plenty of privacy on 4 acres of protected land. Front entrance two story foyer with natural light and 2nd floor balcony. First floor den or office and formal dining room. Enjoy family time while entertaining in the kitchen with large center island and wet bar. Extend your living space to the outdoors with expansive deck and wooded views. Step up to the great room with center fireplace adorned with granite stone, window seat and cathedral ceiling. Master bedroom with cathedral ceiling and two spacious additional bedrooms on the 2nd floor. Finished lower level with walk out door and day light windows adds additional living space. Set off the road where peace and privacy are appreciated.
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Posted by Janet Cramb on 5/23/2018

If you've conducted an in-depth search for your dream house but still have yet to find your ideal residence, there is no need to worry. In fact, you can revisit your homebuying strategy and revise it as needed. This will allow you to restart your house search and increase the likelihood that you'll discover your dream home sooner rather than later.

Ultimately, there are many reasons to revisit your homebuying strategy, and these include:

1. You can consider why you're searching for a house.

There are many reasons why an individual may choose to buy a home. By revisiting your homebuying strategy, you can think about why you want to purchase a house and proceed accordingly.

For example, if your initial goal was to buy a home near the top schools in a particular city or town, you may want to refocus your house search to achieve the optimal results. Or, if you now find that you'd prefer to own a house in a big city instead of a small town, you can update your house search.

2. You can evaluate your home must-haves and wants.

After attending open house events and home showings, your homebuying criteria may have changed. As such, now may be a good time to revisit your homebuying strategy so you can update these criteria.

Think about things you've liked and disliked as you've viewed various available houses. You can use your open house and home showing experiences to revamp your home must-haves and wants, and as a result, reenter the housing market with a fresh perspective.

3. You can review where you want to live.

As you've searched for homes, you may have found that houses in certain cities and towns are more appealing than other residences. Thus, you can revise your homebuying strategy to focus on residences in your preferred cities and towns. This will help you accelerate your house search and ensure you can find a home in a city or town where you want to live.

Of course, conducting a home search on your own often can be difficult. But if you hire a real estate agent, you can receive plenty of support throughout the homebuying journey.

A real estate agent understands exactly what it takes to find a great residence in any city or town. He or she can help you revamp your homebuying strategy and streamline your house search.

In addition, a real estate agent will set up home showings, keep you up to date about new houses that become available and help you navigate the homebuying cycle. Once you find your dream house, a real estate agent will make it easy to submit a competitive offer to purchase this residence. And if you ever have concerns or questions about purchasing a home, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them.

Revisit your homebuying strategy today, and you could move one step closer to finding and purchasing your ideal residence.




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Posted by Janet Cramb on 5/17/2018


12 B Brooklfield Drive, Groton, MA 01450

Condo

$299,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Brookfield Commons in Groton offers a wonderful townhouse condo with 2 bedrooms, 3rd floor loft and 1.5 baths. Well maintained with newer hardwood flooring, lighting, appliances and interior paint. The living room offers hardwood flooring, corner fireplace and bow window. Open kitchen with breakfast bar and dining room. Enjoy wooded views from your private deck. Master bedroom on the second floor shares a full bath with the an bedroom. Ideal 3rd floor loft works well as an office area, exercise or additional bedroom space. This area offers a cathedral ceiling and plenty of natural light. Fist floor laundry, central a/c and one car garage. Walk in attic adds additional storage area. Privately located in a country setting and surrounded by conservation land. Easy access to Routes 495, 2 and Route 3. Well maintained and a pleasure to see.
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Posted by Janet Cramb on 5/17/2018


47 West Street, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$353,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Spectacular buy with many new improvements. Set back off the road on a wooded country lot. Contemporary style Cape with 3 + bedrooms. Eye catching new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite and center island. 2 new full baths with granite and tile flooring. Cozy living room with charming wood stove. First floor bedroom or den. Dining room with slider to oversize deck. Second floor offers two large bedrooms with front to back wall to wall carpeting. Large closets and skylights for an array of natural light. Lower lever is finished with a family room and office. New 3 bedroom septic system. New roof, windows, interior and exterior doors....just to name a few improvements. New paved driveway and landscaping will be completed prior to closing.
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Posted by Janet Cramb on 5/16/2018

In the pre-internet era, furniture shopping was an all-day event. You would make room in the back of your vehicle and bring along bungee cords in case you decided on a purchase. Then you would spend hours walking around a massive warehouse, ultimately only liking a few items. Today, on the other hand, you can shop for furniture on your smartphone during your lunch break.

Online furniture shopping has its advantages and disadvantages. Pictures can be deceiving, so it’s sometimes difficult to buy an item solely on its online photo gallery. Oftentimes, a piece of furniture will look different online than it will in your home depending on the lighting and other furniture. Furthermore, if you’re buying a sofa or recliner that you’re going to use daily, you’re going to want to feel the texture, and test the comfort level for yourself. In this article, we’re going to talk about some of the ups and downs of shopping for furniture online. And, we’ll give you some tips to improve your overall shopping experience.

Use the internet as a time saver for household furniture shopping

When it comes to furniture shopping, the internet can save you time in multiple ways. If you’re shopping for a simple side table or throw rug, you might not need to see the item in person before you buy.

For bigger items like sofas and chairs, the internet can still be a useful tool. First, find out what you’re looking for and use the right search terms. Furniture, like anything else, has its own set of vocabulary. Chesterfield, mid-century modern, sectionals… all of these are important search terms for when you’re looking for the perfect sofa.

Once you’ve narrowed down your search, you have two choices. You can take that information to your local furniture store and start shopping, or you can order online.

Buying furniture for your house online

There is a massive number of places to buy furniture online, and the list is constantly getting bigger. Here, we’ll break down some of the best places to shop online based on their different options, styles, and services.

  • Ikea. The unofficial king of online furniture shopping, Ikea makes affordable, modular, and modern furniture. With Ikea, you can browse items for any area of the house and of any size. If you’re lucky enough to have a brick and mortar store near you, you can browse the website or catalog and then go check it out in person.

  • Poppin. For all of your home office needs. Poppin offers customizable, modern desk and storage solutions. Their style tends to be sleek, minimal, and modern. But, as their name suggests, their furniture tends to pop with color.

  • Amazon, Overstock, Wayfair. These three web giants have a lot to offer at any price range. Be sure to read customer reviews carefully, as they will be a good indicator of quality.

  • Etsy. The rise of online shopping has given a boost to independent craftsmen and furniture makers. There are countless Etsy shops where you’ll find handcrafted, furniture that you won’t see anywhere else.




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