Kathy Craig - ERA Key Realty Services



13 Williamsburg Dr, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$290,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This charming cape is waiting just for you. Living and dining room wth hardwood floors. Recently painted kitchen and updated half bath. Upstairs you have two good size bedrooms with full bath. Full size basement for lots of storage. New roof, siding, windows and water heater in 2019. Natural gas for heat. Land is part of a leased land develpment. HOA fee includes snow and trash removal,mulching and spring clean up of common areas. With all this you can sit back, relax and enjoy your morning coffee on the multi-level deck overlooking your backyard.
Open House
Saturday
July 31 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 13 Williamsburg Dr, Uxbridge, MA 01569    Get Directions

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This Single-Family in Sutton, MA recently sold for $287,000. This Cape style home was sold by Kathy Craig - ERA Key Realty Services.


91 Eight Lots Rd, Sutton, MA 01590

West Sutton

Single-Family

$290,000
Price
$287,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Fabulous West Sutton Location ~ Quintessential Cape-Style Home ~ Gorgeous Yard ~ Spacious 1.22 Acre Wooded Lot ~ Large Eat-in Kitchen w/ Lots of Cabinets & Includes the Stainless Range, Stainless Refrigerator & New Dishwasher ~ Large Living Room w/ Wood Stove, Hardwood Floors & Picture Window ~ There are 3 Bedrooms: 2 on the Main Floor w/ Hardwood Floors & the 3rd is Upstairs along w/ the Bonus Room ~ The Enclosed Porch has a Wood Stove & Slider to the Back Cedar Deck ~ Sizable Shed/Barn ~Updated Electrical Panel ~ Heating System (3/06) ~ Well Pressure Tank (3/18) ~Tractor w/ Wagon Included (attachment in the shed/barn is excluded) Sutton Town Beach less than 3 Miles Away & Purgatory Chasm only Minutes Away ~Easy Access to Rt 146 & MA Pike as well as other Popular Commuter Routes & Close to So Many Daily Conveniences! Failed Title V, Well is less than 100 feet from the Existing Septic, Home needs some work, but may be Well Worth the Effort!

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When many homeowners set out to declutter their home, they aren’t quite sure of what they’re getting into. Decluttering is a big job that requires some planning and an understanding of your end goals.

Some homeowners are setting out to declutter their home because they’re moving in the near future and want to simplify their move or make their home more appealing to potential buyers. Others have just noticed the junk piling up in their drawers and on their countertops and are fed up.

Regardless of your situation, if you want to declutter you’ve come to the right place.

In today’s post, we’re going to talk about one of the best ways to set out on your mission of decluttering your home.

Why room by room?

Decluttering a home can take a lot of time and can be demotivating if you aren’t seeing a lot of progress. One way to break this process down into more manageable pieces is to declutter your home one room at a time.

This method also helps you manage the time you plan on spending decluttering. If your goal is to declutter one room per week until you move, then make sure you have 4 or 5 weeks to complete your cleaning and decluttering.

Bathroom

We’ll start with one of the smaller and easier rooms in your home, the bathroom. A good way to start is by going through your closet and cabinet and getting rid of old supplies and medicines.

Have a first aid kit that you haven’t touched in five years? There’s a good chance most things in it are expired anyway.

Once you’re done throwing out expired items, see if you can reorganize what’s left. A good way to take advantage of the space in a small bathroom is to use door hangers on the inside of your bathroom closet for hanging brooms, dustpans, mops, etc.

Does your bathroom also have messy stacks of assorted towels? One good solution is to roll up your hand towels and store them vertically in a basket that will be kept in your closet. This prevents your stacks of towels from tumbling over, never to be straightened again.

Kitchen

It’s amazing how kitchen utensils and appliances can add up over the years. Do you have a garlic clove grinder that’s been sitting in your drawer for years? Chances are you can toss it out.

Once you’ve made some space in your kitchen drawers and cabinets, bring some order to what’s left by using compartments and stackable organizers. This will help keep you on track by giving each item in your kitchen a “home.”

Bedrooms

You probably already guessed it, but the most disorganized area in most bedrooms is the closet. A good rule of thumb when cleaning out clothes is to ask yourself if you’ve worn the item since this time last year. If not, there’s a good chance you can safely donate it to a thrift store.

Have a tendency of throwing dirty clothes in piles on the floor? Make things easier on yourself by keeping a clothing bin nearby that you can toss all of your dirty clothes into and worry about sorting them later.



13 Williamsburg Dr, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$290,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This charming cape is waiting just for you. Living and dining room wth hardwood floors. Recently painted kitchen and updated half bath. Upstairs you have two good size bedrooms with full bath. Full size basement for lots of storage. New roof, siding, windows and water heater in 2019. Natural gas for heat. Land is part of a leased land develpment. HOA fee includes snow and trash removal,mulching and spring clean up of common areas. With all this you can sit back, relax and enjoy your morning coffee on the multi-level deck overlooking your backyard.
Open House
Saturday
July 24 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Stop by and see this charming cape! Newer roof, windows and vinyl siding. Don't miss out on everything this home has to offer.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 13 Williamsburg Dr, Uxbridge, MA 01569    Get Directions

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Although preparing your house for a real estate showing can be hectic, there are ways to make it easier and less stressful. One source of stress for many people is that nagging feeling that they're forgetting to do something important.

Admittedly, overlooking some things could result in lost sales or even lost valuables, but a little advance planning and organization can help prevent those problems from happening.

The solution is to create a checklist of important reminders and tasks you have to complete before leaving the house. Your real estate agent will provide helpful guidance and tips on effectively preparing your house for showings.

Putting Your Best Foot Forward

When your house is up for sale and it's being actively marketed, appointments with prospective buyers are sometimes made on the spur of the moment. While real estate agents will be scheduling the appointments and conducting the tours, it's up to you to ensure that your home is always in tip-top condition. Hopefully, you'll be able to enlist your family's help in picking up clothes, putting dirty dishes in the dishwasher, and cleaning up after themselves. If you have small children, they will undoubtedly need assistance in putting away their toys and making their bedrooms look civilized! Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind when getting ready for house showings:

  • Cleanliness (or a lack thereof) will be one of the many things that house hunters notice. While your house may meet their requirements for number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and overall layout, they could quickly lose interest if your floors, countertops, and sinks are visibly dirty.
  • Pets can be a potential issue if your home is scheduled for a showing. Not only can dogs be a distraction if they bark a lot or have other undesirable behaviors, but some people are allergic to dogs and cats. The ideal solution is for a friend, family member, or neighbor to take care of your dog while the house is being shown. Unfortunately that's not always possible. Sometimes confining your dog to a fenced-in back yard (briefly) or a comfortable crate that they're accustomed to may be a viable, short-term solution. Several factors would come into play, including the weather, the temperament of your dog, and whether it's going to bother the neighbors by being outside.
  • Doing your best to eliminate clutter throughout the house is another strategy for making the best possible impression on potential buyers.

Protecting Your Valuables and Privacy

Another priority that some homeowners forget is to hide valuables, such as jewelry, mobile devices, checkbooks, and cash. It's also a good idea to make sure your computers are password-protected, and that you turn them off before leaving the house. If you have any concerns about security during home showings, you might want to hide computers, personal items, and yesterday's mail in a secure place. Although most people touring your house will only be interested in its features, décor, and condition, it's always good to exercise a little caution when opening your house up to the public.




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