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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 8/18/2017


15 Coderre Dr, Bellingham, MA 02019

Single-Family

$299,000
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
This beautifully appointed and freshly renovated ranch home sits quietly at the end of a cul de sac. You'll find new roof, heating and central air conditioning systems, siding, windows, gleaming hardwood floors, a beautiful kitchen with granite and stainless, and new bath. Walk out basement. Enjoy expansive, wooded, natural views from your back deck. Conveniently located approx 5 miles to Boston commuter rail station and 495 and just 20 miles to Providence or 30 miles to Worcester. This home presents the perfect blend of privacy, location and convenience!
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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 8/16/2017

This Single-Family in Hudson, MA recently sold for $380,000. This Cape style home was sold by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi - RE/MAX Executive Realty.


48 Marlboro St, Hudson, MA 01749

Single-Family

$364,800
Price
$380,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
If you are looking for a home with character, you will find this sun splashed Cape style home fits the bill. It is full of unexpected, fun and functional design elements starting right in the kitchen. Kitchen offers granite and tile, soft close cabinetry and stainless appliances. Behind the focal feature sliding barn door you'll find a pantry. Living room offers plenty of light, wood floors. Check out the banister! Two bedrooms on first floor (one currently used as office) and an updated bath. Second floor finds large master with dressing room/closet. Now this is a closet! Front to back 4th bedroom and another updated bath. Bonus rooms in walk out basement. Built in bar that screams the fun starts here! Storage shed. Gas heat. Replacement windows. Spacious deck off kitchen overlooks the expansive back yard which is meant for entertaining! I guarantee you will be impressed!

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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 8/15/2017

Moving is stressful at the best of times. But when you’re moving across the country rather than across town, it adds to the number of preparations you’ll need to make.

In this article, we’ll give you some tips on how to best prepare for your long-distance move, whether it’s across the state, across the country, or to another country altogether.

Packing and moving

One of the biggest concerns you’ll have during a long distance move is the condition of your belongings.

If you’re using a moving company, you’ll want to make sure you trust them to handle your belongings with care. To ensure that they’re responsible movers, read over their reviews online. It’s also a good idea to review their contracts and to make sure you have enough insurance to cover any costly damages or losses. Speaking of moving companies, be sure to shop around to find out which one offers the best prices and delivery windows.

When it comes to packing your items, air on the side of caution and start boxing items well in advance of your move. Not only is it a good idea to label your boxes by room, but you should put your name and contact information on your boxes if they’re being shipped by a large moving company.

Remember that not everything needs to be in boxes. Soft items like clothing and towels can easily be packed in trash bags, suitcases, and duffel bags. You’ll be able to squeeze in more items and they’ll take up less space in the moving truck.

When filling the moving truck, be sure your fragile items aren’t the top box on a stack of boxes. Similarly, you don’t want fragile belongings underneath too many heavy boxes. Your movers likely have their own way of securing boxes, so be sure to indicate to them which boxes are the most fragile with labels.

Downsize your belongings

The month leading up to your move is a good time to sell or donate items you no longer use. It could save you space on the moving truck, and you could earn a few extra dollars before your big move.

Larger items should be your top priority. Bicycles, lawnmowers, and other big items that you’ve been thinking of replacing can be sold now and you can buy new ones at your future home. However, don’t discount the weight and size of things like DVD and book collections. Many people lug around bookcases from house to house and hardly ever touch the books on them. Furthermore, technology like Kindle and Netflix are making owning physical copies of your media less of a necessity.

Before you start packing the rest of your items into moving boxes, make sure you set aside a “survival kit” filled with your daily use items. Things like cell phone chargers, glasses and contacts, and sanitary items should be in your vehicle or carry on, not in the moving truck.

Saving money

Moving is expensive, but there are a number of ways you can squeeze some savings out of the experience. First, take advantage of free boxes from local stores and restaurants. Then, ask for friends and family to help you pack rather than hiring professionals, offer them lunch in exchange for their help.

When it comes to getting to your new home, don’t rule out flying as being the most expensive option. Hotels, gas, and eating out add up quickly if you’re making a road trip out of your move.

Finally, see if your move is tax-deductible. If you’re relocating for work, there’s a chance some of your moving expenses will be. If so, be sure to keep all of your receipts along the way.




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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 8/8/2017

When you move into a new home, perhaps one of the first things that you’ll want to do is paint. Really, there’s no right way to choose a paint color. There’s many different methods to find colors that are going to match with your rooms. When you get to the hardware store, you may end up feeling a bit overwhelmed by the hundreds of shades of each and every color that appear on swatches. You can go through many different thought processes in order to choose the color that’s right for each room in your home. 


Don’t Paint First


Sometimes, the best thing to do is to paint after everything else is done. This may seem like a less-than-ideal way to approach moving into your new home, but it works. Paint can always be changed. You can use the strategy of moving into the house first. Then, you’ll buy the furniture to match the room or get your existing furniture reupholstered if needed. If you’re starting from scratch, it’s much more effective to put the larger pieces in and then decide on a paint color.


If You Like It, Paint it!


You really have to like a color for it to be on your walls. You can always get some sample paints and try it on your walls to see if you like the colors. Remember that all the advice in the world can’t replace what you love. You’re the one who has to live with the paint on your walls!


Study Paint Chips


 The overwhelming wall of paint chips at the local hardware store is a necessity when it comes to choosing paint colors. Those little swatches are very useful. Don’t forget about the paint samples mentioned above as well. These small samples can help in really pinning down the color that you like. Remember that you’ll need to ignore the messages that your brain is trying to send you when comparing a sample color to the existing color on the wall. You’ll definitely want to look at samples more than one time for you to really know how you feel about a paint color in a room.   


Don’t Rush


Take time in your space and think about what colors you visualize in the space. Ask yourself, “What kind of mood am I trying to create in this room?” Take your time when making paint color decisions. Sometimes rushing leads to poor decisions.   


Know Your Accent Colors


Understanding how your accent colors will work with certain paint colors will allow you to make a better decision about what kind of paint color to choose. Your paint color will have a relationship with your sofa, the trim, the flooring, the fixtures, the curtains, and more.  Knowing what kind of colors you have to work with from the start can help you to choose the right color to feature in the room.




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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 8/7/2017


176 Cordaville Road, Southborough, MA 01772

Rental

$2,200
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
This charming and sweet, lovingly maintained, sun filled single family cape style home is available for rent. Hardwood floors, replacement windows, 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms, terrific 3 season room (my favorite), full basement with laundry hook ups and 1 car garage. Great size yard. Easy access to routes 9, 495. Just over a mile to commuter rail station. References, good credit a must. 1st, last, security required. Sorry NO pets or smoking. Showing Thursday Aug 10 from 5 pm - 6:30 pm.
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Thursday
August 10 at 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Showings start at OH Thursday evening 5 - 6:30
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Location: 176 Cordaville Road, Southborough, MA 01772    Get Directions

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