Groton MA Real Estate Agent, EXIT Assurance Realty



389 Torrey Rd, Southbridge, MA 01550

Single-Family

$269,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Unique Contemporary Home, with Two Potentially Buildable Subdivided Lots! Explore the trails that wind through over 5 acres of nature. This secluded 3 Bedroom, 2 full Baths, has Two floors of living space. Pellet stoves in both the garage and lower level of living space to keep your home and work space toasty in the colder months. Walkout slider from the Master bedroom onto your partially screened deck. Sit under the stars and enjoy the sounds of your babbling brook and wildlife that surrounds you. Newly Painted, (Interior pictures to follow) New well pump in 2018, Passing Title V. Seller is downsizing, and is willing to negotiate some personal property to convey.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Many homes, new and old, do not have a ton of storage. More modern open floor plan spaces leave a great blank canvas for you to work with, but require you to bring in your own shelving, hutch, dressers, etc. If you're looking for additional storage options in your home and are either working with a smaller space, or desire to keep your area open and free of heavy furniture, consider what vertical storage solutions might work for your home.

Shelving

Take a look at your space and think about what shelving additions might help you. Installing a shelf up high around the ceiling of a room might give you great space for displaying home décor and knick-knacks without cluttering up coffee tables and nightstands. A narrow floor-to-ceiling bookshelf creates a ton of space in an office or living room without taking away your floor space.

Built-in Furniture Storage

When purchasing new furniture pieces for your home look for opportunities to use these pieces as storage solutions. A bed with drawers underneath or built-in headboard shelving and coffee tables with shelves, drawers or hidden compartments are easy to find in different styles and prices. Hollow ottomans are wonderful for housing blankets and other linens. Try office solutions with desks that mount on the wall and have built-in drawers and shelving. 

Hooks

Hooks are affordable, easy to install and can be used in a variety of places throughout your home to create storage. If you are dealing with a small closet or don't have a coat closet in your entryway, you can install hooks on the back of your closet or bedroom door. Try installing hooks or a combination shelf with hooks piece in your entryway or your bedroom for coats and purses. Small hooks placed on a wall or attached to a decorative board can replace the need for a vanity or large jewelry armoire. Use a combination of hooks and nails to hang all your tools and reduce space (and cost) used by a large toolbox.

Not all solutions are beautiful and fit seamlessly with your décor, but if you're in a pinch, there are some quick and affordable things you can do. Hang a plastic shoe-rack on your closet or bedroom door. Hang towel and bath-robe hooks on the back of your bathroom door. Install basic wire racks and drawers in your laundry room, above your machines, to use the vertical space instead of using floor bins and baskets. Whatever your space there is an upright storage solution for you, from pre-fab pieces you can buy to DIY solutions you can put together next weekend. 

 If you're starting your home search and built-in storage is a feature you'd like, speak with your real estate professional before you start house hunting. Work together to find a home with the features you desire, or to find a space that allows for seemingly built-in storage solutions to add before you move in.


This Single-Family in Boylston, MA recently sold for $363,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by Office Groton - EXIT Assurance Realty.


55 Warren St, Boylston, MA 01505

Single-Family

$348,000
Price
$363,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Boylston Country! Quality, custom design and built by present owner. Well maintained raised ranch sited on 2.86 acres. Fully applianced kitchen, hardwood floor, countertop stove. wall oven, dishwasher and refrigerator, dining area. Formal dining room, wainscoting, step down to fire placed living room, wood beamed ceilings, bow window overlooking lovely peaceful private yard. Carpeted two bedrooms. Lower level features fireplace, many built ins, full bath, storage. Garage under plus independent garage/barn. Propane heating. Central air on main level, Irrigation system, young roof. Don't miss this 'move-in' condition home. Minutes to #290.

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This Single-Family in Milford, NH recently sold for $255,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Office Groton - EXIT Assurance Realty.


15 Beech St, Milford, NH 03055

Single-Family

$253,000
Price
$255,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
JUST RENOVATED, Fabulous First Home, or Downsize Opportunity! BEAUTIFUL NEW KITCHEN, Floors and Trim. Many Electrical and Plumbing Updates. Large, Tall, Deep Garage, Storing 2/3 Vehicles, Single Door Entry. QUIET Dead-End Street. Brief Walk to the Downtown Milford Center Oval. Shops, Eateries and All the Necessities Right There! With a SEPARATE ENTRANCE, the Lower Level can be a Possible Apartment. Easily Manageable Home that Won't Consume Your Free Time! MANY OPTIONS WITH THIS TURNKEY HOME.

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