Janet Cramb & Company/LAER Realty Partners



Posted by Janet Cramb on 12/23/2020

This Single-Family in Groton, MA recently sold for $337,500. This Cape style home was sold by Janet Cramb - Janet Cramb & Company/LAER Realty Partners.


55 North St, Groton, MA 01450

Single-Family

$359,900
Price
$337,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
BOM Buyer failed to get financing. Endless possibilities! Build new or update this charming Cape with 4 bedrooms could be the start of a new opportunity. Nested on a country road with 39 acres of woodland. Start a farm, grow your own food or just appreciate the private setting. First floor has eat in kitchen, living room, full bath and 2 bedroom. Two additional bedrooms on the second floor. New furnace and hot water tank. Walk out basement. Private well and septic. Title V Certified. Preliminary testing indicates this land is only suitable for one house lot.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 12/23/2020

This Single-Family in Pepperell, MA recently sold for $415,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Janet Cramb - Janet Cramb & Company/LAER Realty Partners.


60 Lowell Rd, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$415,000
Price
$415,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Wonderfully spacious 4 bedroom Colonial home provides much needed at home work space. Updated kitchen with all appliances and breakfast bar. Bright and cheery dining room. Spacious family room with access to 3 season porch. First floor laundry/den or office. Second floor offers 4 large bedrooms. Full basement with plenty of space for expanding. Picturesque level treed lot. Oversized storage shed. Conveniently located with access to sidewalks and public utilities.

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Posted by Janet Cramb on 12/23/2020

Photo by Nina Garman via Pixabay

Moving into a new home can be a very exciting experience. From getting to know new people to starting a new job, it can all be a very enjoyable transition. However, there are some aspects of moving that many people don’t really enjoy. And the biggest factor of all is the money involved. From hiring movers to buying boxes, all of the expenses can add up very quickly. However, there are some tips and tricks if you want to save as much money as possible.

Donate Your Unused Goods

One tactic to save on moving costs involves getting rid of the things you never use. This strategy is especially useful if you’re hiring a moving company to help with the transition. While these professionals are typically paid by the hour, you’re going to want to downsize to prevent spending an arm and a leg for this service; the more stuff you have, the more money you'll have to fork over. Furthermore, the more belongings you bring, the bigger the truck you’ll have to rent. To save time and loads of money, do good for yourself and others by donating the items you don’t need.

Don’t Move During Peak Season

While this is sometimes out of your control due to a job or another reason, you should always try to move during the off-peak season. People tend to move from May until September, so try your best to schedule a move between October and April.

Do the Move Yourself

Many people decide to hire a moving company when they’re moving to a new home. However, this can cost thousands of dollars. If you want to save, consider renting a truck and moving everything yourself. While it may take a lot of time and energy, you can experience tons of savings. Try to find family members or friends that are willing to help, then you can have the whole process done quickly. Not only can this lead to a great deal of savings, but you can also get some quality time with loved ones and a solid workout in the meantime. However, if you have large items and are not comfortable moving them, utilize a professional service once you've reached your destination.

Rent a Moving Container

Another beneficial option is to rent a moving container. These still can be expensive, but it is far cheaper compared to hiring a moving company. In addition, these containers are becoming far more common nowadays, which has really dropped the price of this service. It’s best to choose a container if you have a larger time window for the move, and especially if you’re doing most of the work yourself.

Moving can be expensive and stressful, but by focusing on the tips mentioned above, you can save hundreds of dollars as you’re making this important life transition.




Tags: moving   buying   moving expenses  
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Posted by Janet Cramb on 12/17/2020


22 Nashua Road, Pepperell, MA 01463

Rental

$1,600
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Newly renovated 2 bedroom and 1.5 bath duplex. Ready for occupancy. NO PETS or SMOKERS. Spacious rooms with natural light. Updated kitchen with SS appliances and granite counter tops. Full bath on the first floor. Second floor with 2 spacious bedroom. Laundry hook up in the basement. Parking for 2 cars. Landlord is looking for a tenant with excellent credit and rental history.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Tags: Pepperell   Real estate   Rental   01463  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 12/16/2020

You may take your front door for granted. Maybe you only use your front door occasionally when company comes or you have a gathering at your home. Itís amazing how much more curb appeal you can give to your home with a properly lit front door. Below, youíll find some tips to help you brighten your front door and the overall appeal of your home. 


Make Your Front Door Shine Through The Night


If you want your home to have curb appeal, you may think of the daylight hours. Sure, you want your home to look good during the day, but there are 24 hours! You can find plenty of ways that you can add nighttime curb appeal to your home with correct types of landscape lighting. Some ideas to help you highlight your front door can be found below:


Put a spotlight on the entryway


Using bold lighting like this can help you to enhance the features that are already present on the front of your home.     


Use sconce lighting

This type of lighting is easily mounted onto the side of walls or the side of your home. You can use these types of lights to add to the style of your home as they come in many different kinds from the stately to the fun and whimsical. These lights also provide quite a welcoming touch to the home.


Consider Lighting Your House Number


Wherever your house number is present, you should try to light it. This way, after daylight hours, guests can clearly see what house number is yours. You can do this with a lamp post or a spotlight depending on where you have your house numbers mounted. 


Use Lighting Variations


Just as you would on the inside of your home, the outside of your home should use variations of lighting. Use sconces for overhead lighting. Think of the lighting on the outside of your home based on the main types of lighting: task, decorative, ambient, and accent lighting. Using these basic design principles can help you to find where the need for light is in your yard.


Highlight Your Landscape


Your hard efforts at landscaping arenít just for the daylight hours. Use lighting in your yard as a way to highlight the beauty of your yard the whole day and night through. If you have particularly unique trees or bushes, or a nice statue in your yard, use lights to brighten the space and show off the best features that your yard has to offer.

When thinking of lighting your yard keep safety as your first priority and design as your second for a great outdoor lighting scheme.    





Tags: home design   lighting  
Categories: Uncategorized