Date: 01/25/2015 Time: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM  
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Like New Peirce Estates home has undergone amazing 2014 renovation! Spectacular Jan Gleysteen designed trademark award-winning kitchen with white cabinets, Carrera marble countertops, massive center island and top-of-the-line Wolf and SubZero appliances. Kitchen opens to large fireplaced family room, perfect for entertaining. Five bathrooms, expanded second floor, light filled family room and first floor office. New Lochinvar heating system, roof, insulation and AC. Not only was the house redone, but so was the lot! Professionally landscaped and leveled to include a party size blue stone patio overlooking one of the largest back yards in town. Get ready for some football! A special and unique offering in this coveted neighborhood of much more expensive homes. Move-in perfection. Close to popular Bates School and Boulder Brook Reservation with easy commuter access to train and major routes.

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Have it all in great center-of-it-everything-location! This brand new home features beautiful Craftsman Style detail, a spacious gourmet kitchen and large back deck overlooking the exceptionally deep back yard. The master bedroom suite includes the largest walk-in closet around and super sized step-in shower. In the lower level you will find a huge multipurpose media/game room as well as guest bedroom with full bath– ideal for au pair or out of town guests. The first floor office can do double duty as first floor guest space thanks to the 1st floor full bath. All Wellesley offers within 1/4- 1/2 mile: All three schools, Linden Square shops, Whole Foods and commuter rail station. Don’t miss the opportunity to get in now and make your finish choices. Occupancy for April 2015.

This is a Colonial style home and features 11 total rooms, 5 full baths, 5 bedrooms, 0.34 Acres, and is currently available for $1,640,000.

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Needham, MA:

This Condo in Needham, MA recently sold for $729,000.

This is a Townhouse style home and features 6 total rooms, 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms, and was sold by
Kathy Kelley – Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Town and Country Real Estate

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The cost of heating can really take a toll on us over the colder fall and winter months. Having a programmable thermostat can help in cutting heating costs and still staying warm. But just having one isn’t enough – you need to know how to use it to its full potential!

Programmable thermostats have the ability to be programmed so that you can have multiple temperature settings through out the day. The benefit of this, is not having to think about turning down the heat before you leave for work, or cranking it up when you get home. Instead, you get heating at the exact temperature you want, when you want.

So what temperatures should you set it to exactly? While you are home and awake, setting it to 68 degrees is a pretty standard temperature. While you are away from home, or sleeping, reducing it to 58 degrees should be tolerable. Of course, reducing the temperature even more than that while you are out of the house is possible, just don’t make it too low and freeze your water pipes.

Reducing your thermometer by 10-15 degrees for 8 hours (like while you are at work) you can save 5-15% off your heating bill. So the benefits can really pay off for reducing your heat while you are at work. For example: if you pay $200 a month in heating, reducing the heat by 15 degrees during the day will save $10-$30 a month which can add up to $60-$180 for the year if you use the heat for 6 months.

Finding ways to cut costs is important to everyone during tough economic times. Every penny counts. So add this money saving tip to your list and you could start racking up the savings.

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