Posted by Northeast Signature Properties, LLC on 4/25/2019


286 Lowland Street, Holliston, MA 01746

Single-Family

$439,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Sunny, spacious, Split Entry sited on an acre lot on Lowland Street. Close proximity to Holliston Rail Trail for bike rides, walking, hiking, and outdoor fun! Great entertaining flow throughout. Features: Open concept Living room w/fireplace and hardwoods, dining area with hardwoods and cabinet packed kitchen boasts granite countertops, stainless appliances and hardwoods. Main level with 2 bedrooms, master w/hardwoods, full bath. Spacious back deck, facing beautiful backyard to enjoy your morning coffee, BBQ with your guests and fire pit. Lower level features huge Family room walkout to backyard. 3rd and 4th bedrooms, and 2nd full bath. Perfect for an in-law setup! Endless possibilities describe this great home, located in desirable Holliston. Minutes to Commuter Rail, shopping and all that Holliston has to offer! Showings begin at Sunday OH 1-3.
Open House
Sunday
April 28 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 286 Lowland Street, Holliston, MA 01746    Get Directions

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Posted by Northeast Signature Properties, LLC on 4/25/2019


10 Oakland Street, Medway, MA 02053

Single-Family

$379,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Lovely Cape Cod home sited on Oakland Street with approx. 1,540 square feet of living space. This sun filled Cape offers 2 main level Bedrooms and full bath, great floor plan if you're looking for main level Master. Spacious eat-in Kitchen with vaulted ceilings and granite counter tops. Living Room with hardwoods just off large foyer. Dining Room with hardwoods and lighted alcove for your hutch. Flexible floor plan has main level Master and guest bedroom, plus convenient first-floor laundry room. Upstairs you'll find a 2nd Master with en-suite and sitting room/home office or guest suite! Oversized sliders lead out to a relaxing deck/patio seating area overlooking spacious fenced in yard, ideal for outdoor entertaining! Wonderful property for gardening! Shed for storage. Town Water/Town Sewer. Close to major routes, shopping and the commuter rail.
Open House
Saturday
April 27 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 10 Oakland Street, Medway, MA 02053    Get Directions

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Posted by Northeast Signature Properties, LLC on 4/23/2019


4 Tracy Terrace, Millis, MA 02054

Single-Family

$699,900
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Sun filled, custom built Colonial in desired Charles River Estates. 5 BEDROOMS all 2nd floor level! This elegant Colonial home is fresh and has a bright open floor plan. Formal Living & Dining Room w/hardwoods provide optimal space & flow for entertaining. Chef's kitchen boasts center island with seating, gas cooking, pantry and sunny dining area opens to inviting Family Room with vaulted ceilings, cozy fireplace & exterior access to a breathtaking, level 1.41 acre lot. Convenient mud room off 2 car attached garage. Main level laundry room. Hard to find 5 bedrooms on 2nd level. The stunning Master suite with soaring ceilings, generous his and hers walk in closets and spa like bath. Palladium window overlooking landscaped grounds. Four additional bedrooms with full guest bath complete the spacious second floor. Pristine condition and meticulously maintained, this home is a must see! Gorgeous property - huge, level, landscaped yard perfect for summer bbq's and family celebrations!
Open House
Sunday
April 28 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 4 Tracy Terrace, Millis, MA 02054    Get Directions

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Posted by Northeast Signature Properties, LLC on 4/22/2019

This Single-Family in Norwood, MA recently sold for $471,250. This Colonial style home was sold by - Northeast Signature Properties, LLC.


59 Irving Street, Norwood, MA 02062

Single-Family

$479,900
Price
$471,250
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Looking for a house under 500k in Norwood where all the expensive stuff and heavy lifting have been taken care of for you? This recently updated 3 bed New England style colonial sits in a picture perfect neighborhood setting. Private location on the dead end street near the Norwood/Westwood line and walking distance to vibrant Norwood center, commuter rail, school, and parks. Recent updates include Brand New fully applianced stainless steel kitchen with granite breakfast bar peninsula and maple cabinets, remodeled full bathroom, New vinyl siding exterior, New energy efficient windows, New gas minitherm heating system, fresh Benjamin Moore paint throughout, dark walnut stained hardwoods to tie it all together and much more. Good sized backyard. Natural Gas heat and Natural Gas cooking. Move in ready and awaiting your personal touch. Excellent combination of house and location! Come see for yourself.

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Posted by Northeast Signature Properties, LLC on 4/22/2019

Homeowners can sometimes overlook things in the excitement to buy a property. When purchasing a property, there are a few red flags that you should be aware of:

1. Fresh paint on some walls

Some homeowners sometimes use a fresh paint job to hide problems with the house. If you find out some walls are freshly painted while others are not, ask the homeowner or the real estate agent some questions. Compare the answers of the seller with the agent to see if they match. Then compare the information with the seller's disclosure beforehand about any issues or past repairs with the property. If you suspect that the home contains some home renovations that you are not aware of underneath the fresh paint, then you should call an experienced general contractor to help you take a look.

2. Title issues

A home buyer or lender will carry out a title search while the home is in escrow. You should pay attention to the preliminary title report and check if there are liens, restrictions, encumbrances and anything else that could restrict how you can use the property. When doing due diligence during the escrow period, make sure you understand your rights as a buyer on the property and any third parties included in the title. As a rule of thumb, the longer a title report is, the more likely there's something there that you should know. A preliminary title report is an important document that you should go through. If you do not understand the terms on the title document, ask for help from your real estate agent or a lawyer.

3. Cheap flips

Today's real estate market is filled with people who are looking to make money from flipping homes cheaply. Be wary to avoid becoming a victim of a quick flip. Many houses are products of extensive renovations. Sometimes the contractors use substandard building materials that may have problems despite their shiny looks. As a buyer, you should check the kind of materials used in the home you want to buy. If you donít know much about construction, hire a general contractor to help you inspect the home extensively.

Pay attention to the sellerís disclosures to identify any red flags that may be there and if they will cause you problems in the future. Consult with a real estate agent or lawyer to help you avoid issues with your home purchase.







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