Kathy Kelley | Wellesley Real Estate, Natick Real Estate, Needham Real Estate, Weston Real Estate


This Condo in Natick, MA recently sold for $222,800. This Low-Rise style home was sold by Kathy Kelley - Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Town and Country Real Estate.


19 Village Hill Ln, Natick, MA 01760

Condo

$210,000
Price
$222,800
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Opportunity knocks! Two bedrooms and two baths at Natick Village! Top floor unit with comfortable layout priced to reflect need for updating and a bathroom repair. End unit at end of quiet cul de sac. Great location near commuter rail and shopping. Wonderful amenities including beautiful pool, gym, tennis courts and ample laundry facilities. Two parking spots. One pet allowed. Please note, low owner occupancy.

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17 Bucknell Rd, Wellesley, MA 02481

Single-Family

$3,295,000
Price

14
Rooms
5
Beds
5/1
Full/Half Baths
Newly completed with the perfect blend of new construction, location, deep back yard, and craftsmanship! This thoughtful and family friendly design melds traditional and contemporary elements such as the spectacular board and batten chevron-patterned family room ceiling and hand crafted beams. You will love preparing meals in the open chef's kitchen with massive center island and a huge walk-in pantry where you can store every kind of William Sonoma appliance and serving piece. The transitional mix of contemporary and farmhouse features will distinguish your home from any other. Massive mudroom with cubbies, closets and central family-control station. 5 bedrooms on the second floor including the unique teen wing-- offering spaces to be together or apart. First floor private office. Large two-over-two windows for maximum light. Level private yard with bluestone patio and built-in grill area. Ready for move-in August 21!
Open House
Sunday
August 20 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Now complete and a Show House to behold! Gorgeous details meld cutting edge with traditional aesthetics. Don't miss this one!
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If you’re planning on putting your home up for sale it’s vitally important to make sure you have quality photos that will stand out online. However, if you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend extra on a professional photographer you still have options.

There are many ways to take great photos of your home. If you have an amateur photographer in the family, they might be more than happy to stop by and take some photos for you.

If you have a relatively new smartphone, you might be surprised to find that it could have the capability to take great photos and videos of the outside of your home.

In this article, we’re going to cover some simple tips to help you take great photographs of your yard.  

Setting the scene

Before you start snapping photos, it’s a good idea to make sure your yard, driveway, and the exterior of your home are in prime condition.

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Picking the right day

If you’re taking your own photos then you have one big advantage, you can make sure you take them on a nice, sunny day and use the lighting to your advantage.

To get photos on each side of your home, come back when the sun is fully illuminating the side of your home you’re photographing.

Photography tips

If you’re shooting on a smartphone, make sure you have your camera settings adjusted to the highest quality. Similarly, if you have the option, turn on HDR for taking photos outside. HDR, or high dynamic range, photography is essentially a way of combining multiple images of the same frame to get the best results.

What that means is that darker spots of the image will be brightened and spots that are too bright (like the sky) will be darkened, creating a well-balanced image. The best part is the camera does all of this work for you.

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Newly completed with the perfect blend of new construction, location, deep back yard, and craftsmanship! This thoughtful and family friendly design melds traditional and contemporary elements such as the spectacular board and batten chevron-patterned family room ceiling and hand crafted beams. You will love preparing meals in the open chef's kitchen with massive center island and a huge walk-in pantry where you can store every kind of William Sonoma appliance and serving piece. The transitional mix of contemporary and farmhouse features will distinguish your home from any other. Massive mudroom with cubbies, closets and central family-control station. 5 bedrooms on the second floor including the unique teen wing-- offering spaces to be together or apart. First floor private office. Large two-over-two windows for maximum light. Level private yard with bluestone patio and built-in grill area. Ready for move-in August 21!

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17 Bucknell Rd, Wellesley, MA 02481

Single-Family

$3,295,000
Price

14
Rooms
5
Beds
5/1
Full/Half Baths
Newly completed with the perfect blend of new construction, location, deep back yard, and craftsmanship! This thoughtful and family friendly design melds traditional and contemporary elements such as the spectacular board and batten chevron-patterned family room ceiling and hand crafted beams. You will love preparing meals in the open chef's kitchen with massive center island and a huge walk-in pantry where you can store every kind of William Sonoma appliance and serving piece. The transitional mix of contemporary and farmhouse features will distinguish your home from any other. Massive mudroom with cubbies, closets and central family-control station. 5 bedrooms on the second floor including the unique teen wing-- offering spaces to be together or apart. First floor private office. Large two-over-two windows for maximum light. Level private yard with bluestone patio and built-in grill area. Ready for move-in August 21!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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