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Posted by Realty Vision on 2/19/2018

This Single-Family in Clinton, MA recently sold for $149,900. This Cape style home was sold by - Realty Vision.


359 Oak St, Clinton, MA 01510

Single-Family

$149,900
Price
$149,900
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
*Open house scheduled for Friday, September 08, 2017 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM* This is a short sale attempt, property to be sold 'as is' 'as seen' 'where is', seller/broker make no warranties or representations. Any & all buyers making an offer will be required to complete their inspection within 7 days of offer acceptance by the seller. Buyers will be required per the terms of the standard contract to provide listing broker with the inspection report for negotiation purposes. Buyer responsible for any and all inspections necessary to complete sale, this includes Title V IF applicable and smoke certifications. Seller will NOT improve the condition of the property in any way for any reason. Buyer's responsible for diligence. Sale subject to court approval, subject to buyer paid premium of $20,500. The premium is a non financeable charge and is due in cash or equivalent at closing. *** OPEN HOUSE CANCELLED FOR 12/8/2017 ***

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Posted by Realty Vision on 2/17/2018

This Single-Family in Clinton, MA recently sold for $256,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Realty Vision.


15 Simon Ct, Clinton, MA 01510

Single-Family

$249,000
Price
$256,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Beautifully constructed cape cod style home on dead end street. This two bedroom home is in pristine condition with handcrafted built-in cabinets in both living room and dining room. Plenty of room for expansion in the walk-up unfinished 2nd floor and the basement. 200 AMP service with a forced hot water WEIL McLain boiler and cast iron baseboards. French perimeter drainage system installed. Newer windows throughout. No Showings until open house on Sunday, December 17, 2017 at 11:00am to 12:pm

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Posted by Realty Vision on 2/15/2018


110 Rowley Hill Road, Sterling, MA 01564

Single-Family

$499,900
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Need an in-law apartment or private au-pair living quarters? Then this Better Homes and Gardens Colonial privately situated at the end of a long driveway is for you! This home has been totally redone and tastefully decorated throughout with an open concept layout. Recent kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances is open to the family room with fireplace. New wood flooring, formal living and dining room and a huge bonus playroom/media room over the garage which could be 5th bedroom!! Large deck with hot tub overlooking the level yard with meticulously landscaped grounds. In-law apartment in basement with sliders to patio. Nothing to do but move in!! Must see!! Conveniently located outside center of town with easy access to Routes 190 and 2. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 18th FROM 12-2.
Open House
Sunday
February 18 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Come and view this beautiful colonial with a full in-law.
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Posted by Realty Vision on 2/15/2018


110 Rowley Hill Road, Sterling, MA 01564

Single-Family

$499,900
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Need an in-law apartment or private au-pair living quarters? Then this Better Homes and Gardens Colonial privately situated at the end of a long driveway is for you! This home has been totally redone and tastefully decorated throughout with an open concept layout. Recent kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances is open to the family room with fireplace. New wood flooring, formal living and dining room and a huge bonus playroom/media room over the garage which could be 5th bedroom!! Large deck with hot tub overlooking the level yard with meticulously landscaped grounds. In-law apartment in basement with sliders to patio. Nothing to do but move in!! Must see!! Conveniently located outside center of town with easy access to Routes 190 and 2. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 18th FROM 12-2.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Realty Vision on 2/15/2018

Window shutters are a very old form of home improvement. Since there have been windows or openings in the walls of houses, shutters have been around. While they don’t serve much of a practical purpose in the present day, they once were very important to homeowners.  Early shutters were meant to protect the interior of a home from things like intruders, weather, and animals. 


Ornamentation


Present day shutters are often used as the finishing touch for a home. Many homes just wouldn’t look complete without them on the outside of the house. So, how do you find the shutters that are right for your home?


The Size And Placement Of The Shutters


You need room on your house for shutters to work on it. You shouldn’t consider putting shutters on your home if the pieces will come too close to the corner or stick out beyond the trim of your home. Your windows also shouldn’t be too close together. The space between windows and shutters should be about half of the width of one shutter. If you don’t have the appropriate space, you shouldn’t put shutters up. Even though you’re not actually using the shutters for practical purposes, you want them to look authentic, as if they could actually be closed. Keep in mind too that a small window may only need one shutter to make it work.


The Hardware 


Even though you won’t actually be using the shutters for your home, they should always be hung with the proper hardware. This allows the shutters to be attached appropriately and give the authentic look that’s needed to make them look true to form. If the shutters are hung any other way, they run the risk of looking cheap and fake. Even though you’re not actually going to use the shutters, the right hardware makes them function as they would if you really needed them.  


The Materials


As far as materials go, real wood shutters are unmatched in their authentic look. The problem with real wood shutters is that they can become weathered quickly. If you go with wood shutters, they will require frequent painting and replacement, which can become a tedious task as a homeowner.  


Vinyl shutters will last longer but choose them carefully. You still want a high quality shutter even though this material will be able to withstand the weather longer. The better the quality of your shutter, the more genuine they will look on your home. 


Color Choice


Typically, the color scheme on the outside of a home includes 2-3 different colors. Your shutters should be the accent color of the home. This means that they should match some other color that’s present on the outside of the house whether it’s your front door or your window trim, the shutters should always be a different color than the siding of a home.




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