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18 Tamar Drive, Medford, MA 02155

Rental

$3,300
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Large and partially furnished Georgian Split Level home for rent in the very desirable "Cranberry Estates". This home has so much. Hardwood floors throughout the formal living room and hallway, kitchen with cherry cabinets and island featuring an open floor plan with the dining room which leads through sliders on to the deck. Kitchen is fully applianced and will thrill the cook with the easy flow and counterspace. 3 bedrooms on the main level with the 4th on the lower level. The lower level features a family room equipped with pellet stove fireplace for extra energy savings as well as 3/4 bath and laundry. Vinyl replacement windows, newer furnace, central A/C and alarm system. Conservation land backs up to the rear so privacy is maximized. Sit on your deck and enjoy the fenced in back yard. This location is quaint and quiet.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Want to get the sleek and stylish Scandinavian look in your new home? It’s much easier than you might think. And it doesn’t require buying all your furniture from Ikea. I’ve got a few tips for you to create a warm, welcoming home that could grace the pages of any home design magazine.

When attempting to recreate this look most go wrong by painting everything black and white. The real secret to this look, however, is in the details. Less is always more so a serious decluttering project will start you off on the right foot. And don’t think that the only way to recreate this look is to replace all your furniture. In fact, working with existing pieces will make the look feel more natural and unassuming.

You probably already know to reach for shades of grays, whites, and creams when choosing your color palette. But having some color is crucial. Blue is the perfect addition of color for this look especially for a sofa, some throw pillows or your kitchen table chairs. When adding other colors do so sparingly to really make a statement. For example, a yellow lamp in the kitchen, green chairs in the dining room or pink throw pillows on the couch.  

To avoid a cold, sterile environment natural elements like wood, stone, and glass add warmth back into the room. Copper and gold accents also warm up a room while keeping a modern touch. Think a natural wood table top where the grain takes center stage or copper hardware that pops when placed against blacks and whites.

Give your space a welcoming homey feel by reaching for texture to create visual interest. Think furry pillows, woven textiles, and chunky knits. Monochrome artwork breaks up blank walls without looking out of place and furniture pieces are the main attraction. There’s no need for knick-knacks here, in fact, they’re best donated or stored away. To stay true to this look each piece you add to the room should have a function.

Another key to this look is lighting. During the day you want to let in as much of it as you can. While curtains and blinds are often skipped altogether pleated and roman blinds maintain privacy and a clean look. When choosing curtains stick to your neutral palette and avoid prints or dramatic drapery. For the night you can create perfect ambiance with string lights and paper lanterns. As a bonus, a paper lantern floor lamp pulls double duty by adding natural texture to the room.

The sleek clean lines of Scandinavian design, especially those you see in catalogs, can seem impossible to replicate. At least not without replacing everything you own. But the truth is it is easily achievable to recreate with your existing furniture. With a little creativity, a few cans of paint and a lot of decluttering you’ll have a cozy, modern home before you know it.  



44 Salem Street, Wakefield, MA 01880

Condo

$359,000
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
WALK A BLOCK AND A HALF TO THE LAKE! Fantastic location, 1 block to Lake Quannapowitt & downtown and 3/4 mile from the commuter rail. This townhouse is ready for to move in and fix it up to taste. Living room equipped with a good sized closet and large picture window, welcoming natural light in to the room. Generous sized kitchen boasts lots of counter space and dining area. Upstairs consists of full bath & 3 bedrooms; 1 of the br's is very small & currently used as an office and also has access to the attic in the closet . Laundry is situated in the basement which also has great potential for finishing, adding extra living space if desired. Bring design ideas and updates to this quaint unit and enjoy the amazing location within walking distance to the Lake, downtown restaurants, common, shopping and wonderful community events happening all year round. 1st showing will be at 1st open house, Sun. Nov. 18th, 11-12:30pm.Come on by and move in for the holidays!
Open House
Sunday
November 18 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
1st showing and 1st open house for this townhouse in an amazing location steps to Lake Quannapowitt. Come on by and see this unit and move in for the holidays!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 44 Salem Street, Wakefield, MA 01880    Get Directions

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44 Salem Street, Wakefield, MA 01880

Condo

$359,000
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
WALK A BLOCK AND A HALF TO THE LAKE! Fantastic location, 1 block to Lake Quannapowitt & downtown and 3/4 mile from the commuter rail. This townhouse is ready for to move in and fix it up to taste. Living room equipped with a good sized closet and large picture window, welcoming natural light in to the room. Generous sized kitchen boasts lots of counter space and dining area. Upstairs consists of full bath & 3 bedrooms; 1 of the br's is very small & currently used as an office and also has access to the attic in the closet . Laundry is situated in the basement which also has great potential for finishing, adding extra living space if desired. Bring design ideas and updates to this quaint unit and enjoy the amazing location within walking distance to the Lake, downtown restaurants, common, shopping and wonderful community events happening all year round. 1st showing will be at 1st open house, Sun. Nov. 18th, 11-12:30pm.Come on by and move in for the holidays!
Open House
Sunday
November 18 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
1st showing and 1st open house for this townhouse in an amazing location steps to Lake Quannapowitt. Come on by and see this unit and move in for the holidays!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 44 Salem Street, Wakefield, MA 01880    Get Directions

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After you decide to sell your home, it may be only a few weeks before you need to pack up your belongings and relocate to a new address. Thus, it may be beneficial to start planning ahead for moving day. By doing so, you can sell any items you have no plans to bring to your new address before moving day arrives.

Ultimately, there are many items that you may want to sell prior to listing your residence. These items include:

1. Appliances

An outdated refrigerator, washer or dryer is unlikely to do you any favors when you show your home to potential buyers. At the same time, you may be unlikely to bring these appliances to a new home in the foreseeable future.

If your current appliances no longer serve your needs, you may want to sell your appliances and pick up new ones. New appliances may help make your home more attractive than ever before to potential buyers. Plus, you can account for the price of any new appliances when you set your home's initial asking price.

Meanwhile, you should have no trouble selling appliances online or at a yard sale. You also can donate appliances to a local charity or give them to family members, friends or others.

2. Furniture

Your couch, work desk or other furniture have been staples in your residence for many years. Yet these items may take up lots of space. And in some instances, your furniture may make it tough for you to show off the true size and beauty of your house.

When it comes to selling your current furniture, there may be no reason to wait. If you sell your current furniture today, you can earn extra cash that you can always use to buy new furniture for your new house. Furthermore, you can avoid the challenges commonly associated with moving big, bulky furniture from your current address to a new residence.

3. Decorations

As a home seller, it is important to make it simple for prospective buyers to fall in love with your residence. And if you have decorations set up around your home, it may be difficult for a buyer to envision what life may be like if he or she purchases your house. As such, if you have lawn decorations, paintings or other decorations outside and inside your home, you may want to sell these items sooner rather than later.

Selling decorations online or at a yard sale is an effective option for those who want to get rid of various decorations. On the other hand, if you need to get rid of decorations immediately, you can give your current decorations away for free.

Lastly, as you get ready to sell your home, you may want to hire a real estate agent too. With a real estate agent at your side, you can receive expert recommendations as you navigate each stage of the property selling journey. As a result, you can receive comprehensive home selling support and boost the likelihood of a fast, profitable property selling experience.




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