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This Single-Family in Saugus, MA recently sold for $465,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by Office Century 21 Bond - CENTURY 21 Bond Realty, Inc..


4 Walden Pond Circle, Saugus, MA 01906

Single-Family

$465,000
Price
$465,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Located on quiet street in a newer neighborhood of similar homes, is this lovely raised ranch, built in 1982. Features include 3 bedrooms and 1.5 bath, eat-in kitchen with updated corian counter tops, living room with fireplace. Finished basement also has a family room with fireplace and another full bath and washer and dryer area. Other features include central air conditioning, large deck off kitchen and lawn irrigation system. 1 car garage under and additional off street parking.

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Whether you're selling a home or buying one, the amount of storage space a house offers can have a major impact on its perceived value. Even if you're a first-time home owner who hasn't had the chance to accumulate a lot of clothes, household supplies, and other possessions, you can be sure that's not a permanent condition -- especially if you have a growing family!

So if you're looking for a new home to settle into, storage space will become increasing important. If, on the other hand, you're preparing to sell your home, then showcasing and enhancing storage space will help increase its marketability.

Everyone Loves Big Closets

Walk-in closets are considered a highly desirable feature because they not only accommodate a large and growing wardrobe, but they offer a lot of functionality from shelves, compartments, and other storage areas. They can also be customized to suit individual needs and preferences. The fact that walk-in closets are separate from the master bedroom also creates a feeling of spaciousness and luxury. The additional space and storage features make it easier to keep clothes organized, fresher, and in better overall condition. If clothes are squeezed together in a small closet, they tend to wrinkle faster, become mustier, and are harder to find -- especially when you're running late for an appointment!

Other Valued Storage Areas

Basements, attics, backyard sheds, and two-car garages are great places to store sports equipment, tools, supplies, appliances, old furniture, toys that your kids have outgrown, and other items you're not quite sure what to do with. The big challenge is to avoid accumulating clutter and hoarding things you don't need. Finished basements and attics are especially appealing to many home buyers because they provide additional living space and are more aesthetically pleasing than unfinished areas.

Basement Problems and Remedies

One cautionary note to keep in mind when storing things in a basement is that excess moisture and humidity can wreak havoc on everything from photo albums and old books to musical instruments and framed paintings. One solution is to monitor the moisture level with a hygrometer and install a dehumidifier to extract excess moisture from the air. While other measures may need to be taken to assure a dry basement environment, these two steps should help improve conditions dramatically. If mold is present on your walls, wood structures, or cardboard boxes, then you can be sure it's not a favorable environment for storing anything of value. Most wet basement problems are correctable, but professional and sometimes expensive solutions often need to be sought.

So assuming you don't have water in your basement and bats in your belfry, then lots of storage space will make your home easier to sell and more enjoyable to live in!


This Multi-Family in Everett, MA recently sold for $697,000. This style home was sold by Office Century 21 Bond - CENTURY 21 Bond Realty, Inc..


80 Vernal St, Everett, MA 02149

Multi-Family

$739,000
Price
$697,000
Sale Price

3
Units
3,507
Approx. GLA
Motivated seller. Conveniently located within min from public transportation, shopping area, school, and park. Email today to see this triple deckers with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath in each unit. All units is currently rented and has lead certificates. Please allow 24 hrs for showing.

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This Single-Family in Malden, MA recently sold for $500,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Office Century 21 Bond - CENTURY 21 Bond Realty, Inc..


1329 Salem St, Malden, MA 02148

Single-Family

$499,900
Price
$500,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, 12PM- 1:30PM. Spectacular 3/4 bedroom home with 3 full baths located in one of Malden's finest neighborhoods. This home has it ALL and is full charm and character from top to bottom. Enjoy shiny hardwood floors throughout the home and large kitchen that features granite countertops and beautiful cabinets. The master suite can either be on the first floor or third floor, you be the judge! Dining room is a perfect place to host family and friends and can be extended into the living room for the holidays if you need the extra table space. Don't forget: house has CENTRAL AIR! BONUS: washer and dryer included in the sale. Nothing left to do here but move right in. Property is priced below market value and seller is expecting offers above list price in the first week. Offers, if any, to be reviewed on Tuesday, October 10th @ 5 PM.

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If you have ever wanted to get rid of all of your stuff and start over, you’re not alone. Often, we get tired of the same old same in our own homes, and fail to see the potential inside of it. The key to loving your home is often not what is in it, but how you make use of what’s in it. There’s so many ways that you can make the home that you feel so-so about turn into a home that you love. Here’s some very powerful tips to help you decorate with intention and style. We know that you’ll love your home again after trying out some of these tips: Decorate For Function Not Looks Function is one of the most important words that you’ll use when it comes to the interior design of your home. Some questions you may ask are: What purpose does this room serve? What purpose does this item serve? Does this couch/artwork/chair make you happy? A room could be the most pristinely decorated room you have ever seen, but if it doesn’t serve some kind of a purpose, you can write it off as wasted space inside of your home. If something doesn’t serve a purpose, especially if that purpose is making you happy, then it’s time to say goodbye to certain things inside of your home. Only One Piece Of Furniture Should Stand Out In Every Room One key piece of decorating advice is for you to have one simple focal point in each room. There’s no need for a fish tank, a loud orange couch and a giant painting all in the same room. Give each and every item that’s important to you its due space. That’s not to say one painting is enough in your living room, but use your judgement when it comes to what you want to stand out and where. If a room is too busy, the overwhelming look takes away from the room and all of the items in it. You don’t want pieces of furniture and artwork all competing for the attention of those who are within the room. Lighting Should Be Balanced Maybe you’re unhappy with your home because you have very little natural light in your home. There’s ways you could add some natural light through construction, but it probably isn’t necessary. Use the rule that each room should have four sources of light counting windows, overhead lights, lamps and even wall mounted lights. This will keep the rooms in your home balanced with light. When the room is brighter, you’ll be happier, even without access to tons of natural light.



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