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Posted by Roseann Kelleher Team on 3/18/2019

This Single-Family in Sandwich, MA recently sold for $232,500. This Cape style home was sold by Roseann Kelleher Team - Today Real Estate.


17 Guild Road , Sandwich, MA 02644

Forestdale

Single-Family

$245,000
Price
$232,500
Sale Price

5
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Motivated Sellers. Here is a Great Opportunity for a Home that needs TLC! Newer Furnace, Hot Water Heater. This 3-4 Bedroom Home with a 4 Bedroom Septic Could be a Winning Project for you to make this your Dream Home. Builders or Investors may want to take a Look around and Make an Offer!Shed on Property, All other items will be moved and Yard and Home Cleared by Closing. Title V Passed. Field Card calls for 3 Bedroom 2 Bath, Second floor is not finished 1 Full Bath on 1st Floor.

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Posted by Roseann Kelleher Team on 3/18/2019

This Single-Family in Sandwich, MA recently sold for $232,500. This Cape style home was sold by Roseann Kelleher Team - Today Real Estate.


17 Guild, Sandwich, MA 02644

Forestdale

Single-Family

$245,000
Price
$232,500
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Motivated Sellers. Here is a Great Opportunity for a Home that needs TLC! Newer Furnace, Hot Water Heater, This 3-4 Bedroom Home with a 4 Bedroom Septic Could be a Winning Project for you to make this you Dream Home. Builders or Investors may want to take a Look around and make an Offer! Shed on Property, All other items will be moved and Yard Cleared by Closing.Title V pass, Deeded Mooring on Wakeby Pond comes with sale of the home. Field Card calls for a 3 Bedroom 2 Full Bath home, Second Floor not completed , 1 Full working Bath on 1st. Floor.

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Posted by Roseann Kelleher Team on 3/17/2019

Getting your home ready to sell entails quite a lot. Staging, taking photos, stocking the toiletries, and--in the case of an open house--entertaining guests. You want the visitors to your home to feel welcome and like they could live there someday.

To achieve this it takes planning and an eye for what really “works” in your home. To do this you’ll have to let go of everything you’ve made your home into and turn it into a blank slate where others can imagine it fitting their personal taste.

In this article, we’re going to give you some tips on preparing your home for an open house or showing to leave the best possible impression on your visitors.

Remove yourself from the picture

It might be sad to take down your family photos and personal effects, but imagine yourself in a visitor’s shoes. When you enter a home you’re thinking of buying, you don’t want to be distracted by what the previous family did with the home. Rather, you want to look forward and imagine your own family making a life there.

Declutter

Even the most minimalistic of homeowners tend to accumulate a lot of stuff over the years. However, walking into a home filled with items is distracting from the features of the home. You want to draw people’s eyes toward the best characteristics of your home--whether that’s spaciousness or architectural features.

We suggest packing your belongings by room and renting out a storage facility while you wait to move into your new place.

Stage appropriately

Working with someone to stage your home is a guaranteed way to make sure your house looks welcoming for your guests and photos. However, if you plan on doing the staging yourself take a look at some similarly styled homes online to find out what looks good in their photos. When we furnish our homes, we do it based on our personal taste, comfort, and utility. Staged homes are about aesthetics and atmosphere.

Once you’ve finished staging, it’s time to clean up after yourself. Wipe down surfaces, polish wood, and clean the windows.

Don’t neglect the exterior

The outside of your home is as important as the inside. It will be visitor’s first impression when they arrive at your driveway. To prepare, make sure your siding and windows are clear of dirt, the lawn mowed, the gutters cleaned, and the doors freshly painted, if necessary. Sweep the driveway and remove any yard tools from sight.

Welcoming guests

Your real estate agent knows how to run an effective open house. However, here are a few key things to remember on the day your guests will arrive.

First, light a candle and use air fresheners where necessary. A neutral smell is the best option, but an air freshener is better than a bad one if there are parts of your home that are prone to bad smells.

Next, make sure the bathrooms are stocked with toilet paper, tissues, and clean towels. If yours are getting old, it could be a good time to replace hand towels altogether.

Finally, welcome your guests with a new welcome mat at the front door to make a great first impression.





Posted by Roseann Kelleher Team on 3/10/2019

Whether you’ve just bought a home or you’re hoping to spruce up your current house, redecorating can be a great way to make a home feel new and exciting. However, when it comes to the actual decorating and design, many homeowners are at a loss.

Sure, you could hire an interior decorator to help you out, but oftentimes that expense doesn’t fit into the average homeowner’s budget, especially if you just spend thousands closing on a new home.

Fortunately, there are many free sources of inspiration available that will help you identify the right style for your home at the right price for your budget.

In today’s article, we’re going to give you some tips on where to find interior decor inspiration so you can get started on restyling your home.

Grab an app or two

Searching for redecorating tips doesn’t have to be a full-time job. You can browse ideas when you’re on the train to work, relaxing in bed at night, or waiting for an appointment at the doctor’s office just by downloading a few select apps on your phone.

Two of the most common apps for home decorating are Pinterest and Instagram. However, you’ll need to give those apps some information to make sure you’re getting the right images in your feed.

On Pinterest, add “home decor” “interior design” and “home decor ideas” to your interests so that you’ll see those images and articles first in your feed.

For Instagram, you’ll have to follow accounts that post what you’re looking for, then Instagram will recommend similar accounts.

Here are a few common interior design accounts to get started with:

Take an online course

There’s more to interior decorating than just finding some furniture you like, making sure it will fit in your living room, and buying it. Design principles of color, texture, and form all work together to create the full experience of a home’s interior.

While people study for years to develop techniques of design, you can learn the basics relatively quickly. If you’re interested in learning something new and updating the design of your home, you could take an online course in interior design.

Howcast has a great series of free videos called Interior Design Basics that will provide you with a good overview. Then, if you want to continue learning, check out one of SkillShare’s many interior design courses.

Take a trip to the library

When it comes to seeing the best examples of interior decoration or finding detailed information on design techniques, nothing can beat your local library. Most libraries also have subscriptions to common magazines like Better Homes and Gardens, Elle Decor, and HGTV Magazine.

If your library doesn’t have many options, you can often request items for free through their interlibrary loans system. They’ll send you books and magazines from surrounding towns and give you a notification when they’ve arrived.





Posted by Roseann Kelleher Team on 3/4/2019


4 Fern Ave, Sandwich, MA 02537

East Sandwich

Single-Family

$439,876
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Walk to Beach or Beautiful Scorton Creek. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Colonial Cottage on a Quiet Dead End Rd. Many upgrades done in the past 5 Years. All Flooring and Carpeting has been replaced. 3 Year old Hot water tank, 2 Years ago a Full Energy Audit was done and a insulation program was completed. 1 Year ago Exterior Painted and wood had been replaced. BUT STILL, There are many things you can so to make this even Cozier for you to Fall in Love with. This home is a wonderful opportunity to have as a Rental Income or the Full Time Home of your Dreams. Please come and take a Look! You maybe Happily Surprised! Summer is just around the Corner! All measurements to be verified by buyer or buyer agent Title 5 in hand. Seller is a Ma licensed Real Estate Agent.
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Saturday
March 09 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 4 Fern Ave, Sandwich, MA 02537    Get Directions

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