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26 Saw Mill Lane, Medfield, MA 02052



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Move right into this beautiful, sun-filled, center-entrance colonial in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood with easy access to route 109 and the Shaw's Plaza. This lovely oasis offers many wonderful details: a front farmer's porch and a large composite deck off the back - both overlooking gorgeous gardens, stone walls, and the large/level private yard. This six bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home offers high-end mill work, hardwood floors, a kitchen with white cabinets, granite counters, custom island, and stainless appliances, a desirable sun room, a vaulted, fireplaced family room, an elegant firplaced dining room, a fireplaced living room, and first floor office. Upstairs there is a spacious master suite plus five additional bedrooms and a laundry room. The finished basement offers an enviable play/game room with built-ins, a more than ample mud room with an adjoining two-car garage. An exterior carriage house with two more garage spaces and a loft above offers so many possibilities.
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If you plan to sell your house in the foreseeable future, it usually pays to clean out the garage. In fact, a home seller who declutters the garage today can show homebuyers the true size and beauty of this space, thereby increasing a house's overall appeal.

Ultimately, it won't take long for a home seller to declutter the garage – here are three tips to help you remove clutter from your garage before you list your residence.

1. Identify Excess Items

Old automotive parts, tools and other excess items can take up lots of space in your garage. However, a homeowner who dedicates the necessary time and resources to identify garage clutter can plan accordingly.

Separate must-keep garage items from excess items. Then, you can determine exactly how much space that you'll need to store the items that you want to keep.

For many homeowners, storage cabinets and shelving units make it easy to keep track of items in a garage. Or, if you need extra space to store garage items, you may want to consider renting a storage unit until you finalize your home sale.

2. Sell, Donate or Dispose of Excess Items

When it comes to excess garage items, there is no need to delay the inevitable. If you sell, donate or dispose of garage clutter, you can quickly eliminate excess items from your garage.

Selling your excess garage items online or hosting a yard sale may prove to be worthwhile. In both instances, you can generate interest in assorted garage items and earn extra cash at the same time.

In addition, you may be able to donate excess garage items to local charities. If you reach out to local charities and learn about their donation policies, you can find out which charities will accept your excess garage items and schedule donation pick-ups.

On the other hand, if you find garage items that are broken or damaged, dispose of these items. That way, you can free up space in your garage immediately.

3. Conduct In-Depth Garage Cleaning

After you remove garage clutter, it is important to spend some time cleaning your garage from top to bottom. This will enable you to transform an ordinary garage into a spectacular one.

If you need extra help with garage cleaning, don't hesitate to contact a professional home cleaning company. This business likely employs friendly, diligent cleaning experts who can help you accelerate the garage cleaning process.

Lastly, if you're searching for the best ways to improve your home before you list it, you may want to hire a real estate agent.

A real estate agent can offer honest, unbiased garage cleaning recommendations and suggestions. Plus, this housing market professional will set up home showings, keep you up to date about offers on your residence and ensure you can enjoy a fast, seamless home selling experience.

Want to sell your residence soon? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can bolster your garage's appearance in no time at all.

If you're renting a nice house, condo, or apartment, there's a good chance your monthly rent check is almost as much as a mortgage payment. Perhaps you've realized this and have been asking yourself why you're contributing to someone else's nest egg, instead of your own! If that sounds familiar, you may be ready to take the plunge into home ownership.

The other half of the equation is whether you're financially ready, and that would depend on a variety of things, including your credit rating, your debt-to-income ratio, and your ability to make a sufficient down payment on a new home. Although a 20% down payment is a desirable target to aim for, there's often a lot of flexibility on how much you're required to put down on a house.

One of the main reasons a 20% down payment is desirable is that it takes you "off the hook" for having to pay monthly private mortgage insurance (PMI). The second advantage of making a substantial down payment is that it reduces the principal amount of your loan, which, in turn, lowers your monthly payments even more. However, if you're ready to become a home owner, but can't afford a 20% down payment, you can often eliminate PMI payments earlier than scheduled by making extra principal payments. The bank or mortgage company you decide to work with can fully explain their policies and what your options are.

If you are interested in making the transition from renter to home owner, now's a good time to start talking to loan officers. If nothing else, you'll be educating yourself on the intricacies of buying a home. Working with an experienced real estate agent is another way to learn the ropes, so to speak, when it comes to the home buying process.

Other than the financial benefits of building equity in your own home, there are also a lot of practical advantages. If you're currently a renter, for example -- especially in an apartment building, duplex, or townhouse -- you're probably tired of the lack of privacy and the unwelcome noises you can often hear through walls, floors, and ceilings.

Becoming a home owner brings with it a pride of ownership and the ability to plant trees, bushes, and gardens on your own property. Depending on what's available in your price range, you can also enjoy your own private deck, screened in porch, or patio. Options for the kids (if you have them) include swing sets, sand boxes, and room to play backyard sports or run through a water sprinkler during the hot weather.

If you feel like you are ready to take the plunge into home ownership, the first step is to make lists of your requirements, your preferences ("wish list"), and financial resources. The next step is to find a good real estate agent to start showing you homes that fulfill your needs and check off as many items on your wish list as possible!

This Single-Family in Medfield, MA recently sold for $1,278,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Kandi Pitrus - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate.

27 Planting Field Road, Medfield, MA 02052


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Beautiful, meticulously maintained 6 bedroom home in sought-after Southern Acres. Majestically sited on a gorgeous premier lot, this home was designed to take advantage of sunset views and boasts tremendous curb appeal with a manicured lawn and expansive private backyard. A unique open floor plan centers around the kitchen w/timeless white cabinetry, large island & contrasting hutch transitioning to breakfast room, fireplaced family room & 3-season porch for casual meals, or the open dining/living room for the holidays. A spectacular sunroom, private office w/custom built-ins & mudroom also reside on this level. Upstairs the master suite & family bedrooms are large w/enviable closet space. Two bedrooms & a full bath comprise the 3rd floor. Lower level recreation/media room, 2nd office, half bath & laundry. Hardwood floors, detailed millwork, beautiful windows & transoms are hallmarks of this elegant home. Updates include: roof,windows,doors,systems,appliances & more. House Beautiful!

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14 Miller Street, Medfield, MA 02052



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Come see this picture-perfect sun-filled Antique Colonial condex conveniently located within walking distance to Medfield's vibrant town center and its top-rated schools.This home, built in the 1890s, features: wide plank hardwood flooring throughout, two newer bathrooms, a newer kitchen with white cabinetry, granite counters, stainless appliances, and walk-in pantry. The living room has wide plank floors and oversized windows - which let in so much light. The cheerful and bright open concept dining room likewise has wood flooring and loads of storage. Also on the first floor there is a mud room and an entrance hall. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, a hall bath and laundry room. The yard is level and partially fenced-in with a shed, private deck and side farmer porch. Home has new: furnace, hot water heater, stainless appliances, granite, and newer bathrooms. Fantastic home in fantastic walk-to-town location. Short walk to 2 schools, grocery store, restaurants, Starbucks and shops.
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