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

20 Northgate Rd, Wellesley, MA 02481



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Thoughtfully expanded and renovated Center Hall Colonial in Northgate, one of Wellesley's most popular neighborhoods! Recent additions created a huge eat-in kitchen with massive center island, custom cabinetry, and large eat-in area loaded with light from the bay window. Step down into the family room with fireplace and inglenook with window seats. Great attention to detail throughout with crown moldings, french doors and quality built-ins. Master bedroom with cathedral ceilings and stunning master bath with both tub and large shower. The massive library offers many options for this sunny and flexible space. And the 25' gym means no more work-out excuses. Nice size mudroom off the direct garage entry and second floor laundry. Enjoy your summer grilling on the private bluestone patio. Available for quick occupancy! Don't miss this opportunity join the neighborhood of block parties, Luminaria Night, cookie swap and more.
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27 Radcliffe Rd, Wellesley, MA 02482



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Heart of Dana Hall: expertly renovated home now priced below assessed value! Huge great room for large scale entertaining with stone fireplace and floor to ceiling built-ins. Gourmet kitchen with 600 Series Subzero. Coffered library/music room with private garden view. Brilliantly designed office/craft/study room with 360 light and garden views. The amazing lower level includes a massive gym or playroom. The home theater doubles as golf simulator to keep up your game. This home was renovated with an eye to quality in every detail from the Marvin custom windows to whole house generator. Entertaining extends to the outdoor spaces with the elevated bluestone patio with gas fired fieldstone fireplace and outdoor kitchen. All in Wellesley's most desirable neighborhood super close to Dana Hall, Ten Acre and all public schools. Brook Path, shops and train all right around the corner. Great house priced below assessed value in the most desirable location. Do not miss!
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June 25 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Magnificent renovations, outstanding in-town location and now priced below assessment!
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Since the dawn of the internet age, a growing number of homeowners and bill payers are asking themselves if they really need to keep paying for cable television.

There’s a lot to consider when it comes to cable. While there are many services that you can find most services and shows that cable TV provides, there aren’t any that offer the full package.

Ultimately, the choice of whether or not to cut the cord is down to personal preference. In this post, we’re going to talk about some of the ways you can save by getting rid of cable TV, the services that you can use instead of cable, and what to expect from those services.

The case for cord cutting

We’re not at a point where you can usually bundle up services to get all of the things you watch on cable TV and then some. Some people argue, however, that to truly get a wide selection of sports, news, and TV shows you would end up paying the same amount as you do for cable. How do they arrive at those figures?

Say you pay about $20 per month for Netflix and Amazon Prime. But you still don’t have the sports channels you want so you have to add an additional service. Then you notice your video stream keeps pausing and lagging so you have to upgrade your internet.

If you want every channel under the sun and the highest internet to stream them on, yes it could cost as much to ditch cable as it would be to keep it. But the reality is that most people don’t want or need that many services or channels. People don’t have time to watch that many shows when they get home from work, and are more than happy with the selection that one $8 per month service offers them.

Alternatives to monthly streaming services

Another thing opponents of cord cutting ignore is the fact that there are a number of services you can get for free that would replace some of the things that cable TV offers.

A number of news channels, as well as entertainment services like YouTube are streaming online for free. You have to watch the occasional advertisement, but you have to do that with cable TV anyway.

If there are local channels you feel you’re missing out on, you can still use a TV antenna, which are broadcasting a higher quality than ever. For $30, you can have access to channels for free over the air (OTA).

OTA channels vary based on your location, so be sure to check to see what the signal is like in your area.

The decision

The best way to decide if you’re ready to ditch cable is to find out which channels and shows you still want access to and to see if you can get them cheaper online. That’s it.

Odds are your internet is going to be strong enough to stream a show (unless you have a house full of kids trying to do the same thing). So, look into the streaming options, do the math, and make the best informed decision for your household.

For home sellers, staging a house can help you transform an ordinary residence into a stellar one. And even though it may seem like an expensive process to stage your property, there are many cost-effective ways to do just that.

Here are three cheap house staging ideas that every home seller needs to know.

1. Put Away Your Personal Belongings

Although you may display many treasured antiques and photographs throughout your home, you'll want to put these items in storage before you show your property to potential homebuyers.

Remember, your goal as a home seller is stir up significant interest in your residence. If you keep personal mementos on display in your house, it may be tough for homebuyers to envision what life would be like if they purchased your home.

When it comes to home staging, putting away your personal belongings is a must. Lucky for you, if you place your personal items in storage, you can boost your chances of a quick home sale. Plus, you may even be able to speed up the process of relocating to a new address, as many of your personal belongings will already be packed up and ready to go.

2. Remove Clutter

Let's face it – clutter is an eyesore that most homeowners can live without. However, many home sellers may have large book, CD or toy collections that can take up a lot of space.

Removing clutter is essential for home sellers who want to stage their residences properly. Fortunately, there are many simple ways to eliminate clutter with ease.

For example, you may want to host a yard sale before you add your house to the real estate market. A yard sale enables you to get rid of excess items as well as earn extra cash.

Or, if you are desperate to get rid of clutter quickly, you may be able to donate various items to local charities or dispose of these items altogether.

3. Clean and Deodorize Your Home

Pet odors and other unpleasant smells won't do you any favors, especially if you want your home to make a positive first impression on prospective homebuyers.

Cleaning and deodorizing your residence usually requires hard work and patience. On the other hand, you likely won't have to worry about breaking your budget to keep your property neat and tidy.

With a fresh, clean home, your residence may stand out from others in a crowded real estate market. The pleasant aromas that fill your house also can bolster your house's chances of making a positive first impression on potential homebuyers.

Staging your home may seem difficult at first, but expert real estate agents are able to help you prepare your residence for the housing market. Real estate agents can offer recommendations about how you can enhance your property quickly and effortlessly and ensure that you can stir up plenty of interest in your home as soon as it hits the real estate market.

Collaborate with a real estate agent, and ultimately, you should have no trouble staging and selling your house.

This Condo in Wayland, MA recently sold for $459,500. This Townhouse style home was sold by Kathy Kelley - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Town and Country R. E..

7 Essex, Wayland, MA 01778


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Turkey Hill Village at Mainstone Farm. Rare end built Townhome located on a quiet ended way in a lovely landscaped community of 48 acres. Spacious living room with fireplace and formal dining room have warm tone parquet floors. New slider and easy single step to a 25ft grade-level outdoor deck with tranquil views of exceptional perennial gardens, flowering shrubs and specimen trees. A windowed kitchen offers eat-in breakfast area. Ideal main level laundryroom, pantry-style cupboards in mud hall lead to the attached garage. Bright queen size master suite has a walk-in closet. Both bedrooms offer private ensuite baths with updated tile showers. Flexible home office/hobby space with separate full bath in the partially finished bsmt. Hot water tank 3 yrs. Walk to swimming pool, tennis courts, nature trails and nearby conservation land. Prime shopping, medical services, choice schools,recreation areas and major commute routes are just minutes away from the convenient southside of Wayland.

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