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7 Summerfield Dr, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Condo

$339,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome to Summerfield an over 55 Community. Close Highway Access to Rt 146-395 and Mass Pike. This is an energy star home, This is single level living at it's best. Open floor concept with beautiful hardwood floors in the living, dining, kitchen and sunroom. Great for entertaining. Cabinet packed kitchen with recessed lights, beautiful large island, granite countertops and fireplace living room. Enter the master bedroom through the double doors. Beautiful crown molding in the master bath and bedroom. Very nice size laundry complete with washer and dryer. The 4 season sunroom leads to a very nice rear patio. Guest bedroom with carpet and crown molding. Second full bath has tile and tub and shower. Nice front porch to have your morning coffee on. Low condo fees Plenty of racks for storage in the garage.. Quick closing possible.
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December 08 at 11:00 AM to 12:45 PM
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Purchasing your first home will be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling parts of your life. It’s an important milestone on the way to financial independence and to starting a family for millions of Americans.

It also comes with a lot of responsibilities and unforeseen expenses.

A Reddit user asked the online community what items ended up being useful to them that they didn’t think about beforehand. The result was a ton of great advice for new or soon-to-be homeowners.

In today’s post, I’ve broken down the most useful items from all of their responses. So, if you’re going to be a

1. Information about past purchases

One user found that the most useful thing the previous owner left behind were a number of receipts for appliances that would be left in the house. In addition, they also left a list of model numbers for important parts like faucets, and list of all of the paint colors used in the house.

In addition, the previous homeowners even left a binder full of menus for local restaurants. While the seller of your next home might not think to leave behind all of this useful info for you, it doesn’t hurt to ask in case they have some of that information saved that they’ll no longer need.

2. Ten thousand dollars

While this comment may be a bit tongue-in-cheek, it does illustrate an important fact for new homeowners: expect to spend some money. As the poster pointed out, there isn’t necessarily one thing that you’ll need. More likely, you’ll find yourself running to the hardware store often for a number of small purchases.

Setting aside some money for these initial expenses is a good idea so that you can get the most out of your home in the first few months living in it without worrying about how or when you’re going to replace some of the many small, but annoying, fixes you’ll experience in your new house.

3. A steel hand cart

From day one and onward, you’ll be moving a lot of things around your home. Heavy objects like dressers, drawers, refrigerators, and other furniture and appliances will often require two people to move. Well, if you live alone or you and your spouse work different hours, it isn’t always possible to have two people around to help lift and move something. To save time and prevent injury, having a dolly (A.K.A. a steel hard cart) on hand will make things easier.

4. Check your cell phone signal before moving day

In spite of the claims of the major cellular carriers, there are still many areas of the U.S. that have little or no reception. This can come as a shock on moving day if you haven’t planned ahead.

Fortunately, you can purchase a device called a microcell to boost the cellular signal in your home, preventing dropped calls.

5. A Carbon monoxide and smoke detector, and fresh batteries

As much as you may trust the previous owners, there’s no way to be certain that there aren’t any fire or CO hazards in the home that you’re unaware of. Getting new detectors, batteries, and installing them immediately will help you rest easy on your first night.


This Single-Family in Uxbridge, MA recently sold for $405,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Office VanderZicht - VanderZicht Real Estate, Inc..


97 Chamberlain Rd, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$409,000
Price
$405,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Close by the end of the year - be in your new home for holidays! Sellers willing to entertain all reasonable offers. Financially ready, willing and able buyer to present acceptable offers to purchase on or before 11/30/18! Meticulously maintained 4 BR home Minutes to Rt 146 for commuters ease. Privately set back from the road offers feeling of seclusion in established neighborhood setting. Central Air! Freshly painted thoughout & newer carpeting leaves you nothing to do but move in! Spacious main floor offers ideal entertaining space. Kitchen with hardwoods, granite & new light fixtures has new UV glass slider to large deck and fenced yard area. Vaulted ceiling in sunlit family room with wood burning fireplace. Home office or den has built ins. Master bedroom has full bathroom and walk-in closet. 3 additional bedrooms, full bathroom and large hallway closet on second floor. Bonus room in basement. Come see all this home has to offer.

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This Single-Family in Uxbridge, MA recently sold for $605,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Office VanderZicht - VanderZicht Real Estate, Inc..


30 Brown Bear Crossing, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$604,900
Price
$605,000
Sale Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Secluded elegance in this beautiful Custom Colonial with custom details throughout. Exterior front porch with trek deck~ mahogany ceiling~ recessed lights. Enter through the front door with views of the custom staircase ~ wainscoting ~ and coffered ceilings. Open floor plan for all of your entertaining. Custom cabinets in the kitchen ~ upgraded appliances ~ wine fridge~ warming ovens and butlers pantry. Attention to detail throughout this custom crafted home. Beautifully detailed crown moldings ~ wainscotting ~ columns and built - in's hardwoods throughout. Upstairs library ~ separate laundry room and 4 bedrooms. Master bedroom with his and her's California Closets. Sitting area in Master bedroom.Tiled master bath~ double vanity ~ soaking tub and tiled shower. Quality abounds in this home.Custom woodworking was build by local craftsman who has done many restorations at the Newport Mansions. Smart technology ~efficent propane heat ~ energy saving hot water heater Close highway access

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56 Rifleman Way lot 11, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$492,500
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
DECEMBER SPECIAL OVER 28K IN SAVINGS. Beautiful wooded setting on this lot culdesac neighborhood which is centrally located close to the Mendon line. This beautiful community offers a mix of colonial and craftsman style homes boasting open floor plan living and a mix of different style homes to choose from.The community offers not only the seclusion of old-town living but the convenience and accessibility you need today. All homes are energy efficient and have high end tankless hot water heaters which will generate you savings on your monthly heating costs.This builder is a NAHB Builder. Close commuting access to Rts ,146,495,Mass Pike and 395. Our newest ranch model Kimball will be on this lot ,Board and Batten will be standard Also wainscoting through main living foyer, great room & Dining room. Tray ceiling in Great room, Full bath will be rough in basement. Direct vent in microwave. MB will have tile shower. Gas stove, 4 bed septic. Quartz in kitchen w/ custom cabinets,
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December 08 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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