Unique Tudor Style Home *** Must See *** Single-Family – 71 Dexter St Attleboro, MA 02703 is now new to the market!

Unique English Tudor set on a beautiful lot in a wonderful neighborhood. All the work has been done for you! First floor boasts beautiful remodeled kitchen w/ cherry cabinets & flooring, gas cook-top, wall oven & granite counters. Gleaming hardwood floors throughout, brand new roof, new driveway, 4 year old windows, 4 year old gas heating system, updated plumbing & electrical, 8ft white vinyl privacy fence, relined chimney, and more! Flexible floor plan has a 1st floor bedroom/office, fireplace living room with tons of windows and natural light, and dining area off kitchen that opens to a deck overlooking a picturesque backyard. Upstairs you will find a large master bedroom with walk in closet, 2nd generous size bedroom, and full updated bath. Full walkout basement provides ample storage and possible extra finished space. Truly a must see, call today to schedule your private showing.

This is a Cape style home and features 6 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms, 0.33 Acres, and is currently available for $360,000.

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3 Home Improvement Tasks You May Want to Avoid

Did you know there are home upgrades that may wind up costing you more than they are worth? That’s right, and these are home improvement projects you’ll want to avoid at all costs.

Some of the most common high-cost, low-return home improvement projects for home sellers include:

1. Installing an in-ground swimming pool.

When it comes to installing swimming pools, the fantasy usually is better than the reality.

Ideally, you should be able to install an in-ground swimming pool in your backyard quickly and enjoy it for an extended period of time. But when it comes time to complete the project, you may end up committing thousands of dollars and dozens of man-hours to a project that may add minimal value to your home.

Consider the costs and timeline associated with an in-ground swimming pool installation before you commit to this project. By doing so, you can determine how much this project will impact your home’s value both now and in the future and decide whether the return on investment (ROI) meets your needs.

2. Adding a backup power generator.

Homeowners often try to err on the side of caution, and for good reason. However, a backup generator may prove to be costly, especially when there are viable, cost-effective alternatives at your disposal.

A power outage may seem like the end of the world when it happens, but in most cases, it is only temporary. And those who have flashlights, lanterns and other emergency supplies will be better equipped to stay safe during a power outage.

Remember, a backup generator may seem like a great idea at first, but you should consider its short- and long-term value. Those who explore the alternatives that are available, meanwhile, may find it is more cost-effective to invest in other home improvement projects.

3. Installing new windows.

The latest windows are incredibly energy-efficient, making them exceedingly valuable for homeowners who want to cut their energy bills for years to come.

Comparatively, home sellers may fail to reap the benefits of these windows, especially if they hope to find a buyer for their residence in the immediate future.

New windows may cost thousands of dollars to install, so you’ll want to look at the ROI of new windows before you find a contractor to complete the project. And if you discover the upfront costs outweigh the long-term savings of a home you’ll soon be selling, it may be better to avoid installing new windows for the time being.

As a home seller, you’ll want to do everything you can to highlight the true value of your home, and choosing a reliable real estate agent can help you do just that.

A qualified real estate agent possesses the experience and understanding of the real estate market. As such, this professional can help you decide which home improvement projects are priorities and which tasks can be put on the backburner.

Find a top-rated real estate professional to help you sell your home, and you can benefit from the support of a real estate expert who can guide you along the home selling process.

Open house on 8/12/2017 at 155 Cliff Dr North Attleboro, MA 02760


Date: 08/12/2017 Time: 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM  
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OPEN HOUSE – Saturday Aug 12 11am – 12:30 *** Stunning Colonial located on one of the most sought after streets in the Cliffs neighborhood of the Martin School District. Enjoy the serenity of the private setting complete w/mature trees & yard that abuts open land, yet close to all area highways & conveniences. You’ll appreciate all the character & charm that this lovingly maintained & updated quality built home has to offer. H/W floors run throughout, large family room w/bay window & built-ins, a formal living space w/fireplace that is open to the fully updated kitchen w/granite & breakfast bar. Formal dining, ½ bath and large sun room leading out to the deck & yard finish the first floor. Upstairs you’ll find a large master suite with full bath & closet. Additional features include a fully finished walkout basement, 2 car attached garage, central air w/filtration, brand new wood Anderson windows, newer boiler & water heater & more. This is truly a must see, shown by appointment only!