Karen King Group - RE/MAX Professional Associates


This Single-Family in Monson, MA recently sold for $270,500. This Ranch style home was sold by Karen King Group - RE/MAX Prof Associates.


28 Upper Palmer Rd, Monson, MA 01057

Single-Family

$265,000
Price
$270,500
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
One floor living with an in-law apartment or great for home office with separate entrance. Main area consists of Kitchen with dining area, Living Room, 3 bedrooms and a full bathroom. Additional area consists of Family room, bedroom, full bathroom and kitchen with dining area leading to a deck overlooking this fantastic private backyard. Lower level walkout with more space consisting of a rec room, laundry room and walk in cedar closet. 2 car garage, 2 driveways. Fantastic value. Solar panels provide huge cost savings on electricity. Many updates inside and out so make your appointment today to get all the details.

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113 Fenton Rd, Monson, MA 01057

Single-Family

$180,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Pastoral views for miles with this Antique Farmhouse on 25 Acres which include an additional possible Estate Lot! This farmhouse needs restoration but the land is just perfect! Set up on a hill, there are cart roads/trails for the entire property. 3 levels take you to the top of the mountain with views of the valley. Just a spectacular property! There is enough frontage so that if you wanted to build an additional house, it is allowed with an Estate Lot! Survey available. Call for a private showing. Minutes to MA Pike and Rte. 32/20 for points North, South, East and West- just like the views!!
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This Multi-Family in Wales, MA recently sold for $196,000. This style home was sold by Karen King Group - RE/MAX Prof Associates.


16 Lynch Rd, Wales, MA 01081

Multi-Family

$189,900
Price
$196,000
Sale Price

2
Units
1,908
Approx. GLA
Country Duplex abutting Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary. Live in one side and the other pays your mortgage. Wonderful backyard abuts woods for privacy. This is a rare find as it has been well kept and maintained. Each unit has their own basement. Call for details..

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14 Willow Circle, Brimfield, MA 01010

Mobile Home

$20,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Fixer upper looking to settle an estate. Great value. Corner lot. Carport. Screen porch in the back for privacy. Storage shed. Won't last- call today.
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One of the easiest ways to improve the value of your house is to de-clutter your home. A clutter free home adds living space to your residence. It also reveals carpet,wood flooring and wall space that needs repair.

Watch a tiny house television show and you'll learn how much you can do with a few hundred square feet of housing. But, you can't maximize your living space if boxes,clothes, shoes and household goods are cluttering your home.

Gain more living space in your current home

Picking unused goods off the floor is the first step. Chairs and end tables that you only use when company visits can be stored in the basement, garage or attic. Consider selling furniture that you don't use on websites like eBay and Letgo. Who knows? Earning the extra money could inspire you to rid your home of more unused items.

To maximize the space at your home, take these 10 easy steps. Make it easy on yourself.Give yourself two weeks to de-clutter.

  • Place five large moving boxes in the room that you are going to de-clutter.
  • Approach the process as if you were moving and each unused and unnecessary item cost you $20 if you kept it.
  • Drop items that you are going to donate to charity into one moving box.
  • Place items that you are going to sell online or at a yard sale in another moving box.
  • Use sturdy plastic containers to store books in.Libraries, churches, schools and community youth organizations might be looking for the types of books that you are ready to shed.
  • Pick seasonings, cans and food boxes off of kitchen counters. It might surprise you how much counter space you actually have after you move goods into cabinets.
  • Store large kitchen utensils in large, bottom cabinets, leaving more room to store smaller utensils on top shelves.
  • Stack videotapes, family photo albums and journals in cabinets at the bottom of entertainment centers.
  • Add good lighting to rooms. Also, open blinds and drapes to invite more natural light inside your home.
  • Set a goal to leave lots of open floor space in each room.
  • Move coffee and end tables close to chairs and sofas.
  • Walk through your home each month and toss out items that you know you are not going to use.

Take small steps if you must

Living in a clutter free home starts with your expectations. If the home you grew up in was filled with furniture, knick knacks, decorations, end tables and photographs,you might think that, in order for your home to feel warm and loving, it needs to be filled. You may feel like you're missing something or not being a good homeowner when you spot large amounts of empty space.

If this is the case, take small steps to de-clutter your home. Empty unnecessary furniture and knick knacks out of one room at a time. You could even start with your garage, basement or attic. Painting a room, installing blinds, drapes or another window treatment could ease the transition from a jammed packed room to a room that gives you more space to live in.




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