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35 Spruce, Northbridge, MA 01588

Condo

$324,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to Pine Knoll which is a 55 and over community. Gleaming hardwoods in the entry with picture fame wainscoting. This unit is all decked out with custom moldings.Open living ,kitchen and dining with hardwoods.Kitchen with ss appliances and granite. Living room has gas log fireplace and triple slider to rear deck.First floor laundry .First floor master with linen closet, tile floor and vanity. Second floor offers another huge bedroom, a loft and another full bath. Close highway access. Town services Huge basement just waiting for new owner to finish off.This condo shines with all fresh new interior and exterior paint. Fresh cleaned carpets. Just move in and relax!!
Open House
Saturday
November 11 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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22 Concord Lane, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Condo

$279,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
One Owner townhouse style Condo with first floor master. Hardwoods in kitchen with ss appliances and granite. Oak cab packed kitchen. Living room with hardwoods and gas fireplace, cathedral ceiling and skylight. Slider in living room opens to rear deck. First floor master with master bath and huge walk-in closet. Second floor boasts two additional good size bedrooms and a full bath. Nice size loft on second floor for additional den or office. Central Air. Close assess to 146, 495, Mass Pike. Twenty minutes to Worcester and Providence!
Open House
Saturday
November 11 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 22 Concord Lane, Uxbridge, MA 01569    Get Directions

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Established cul de sac location ! Sprawling tri-level home is custom built with features found in many of today's new construction homes. Geothermal heat source is also whole house A/C. Second hot water oil system. Custom cabinet packed kitchen with plenty of granite countertops and gas stove for "gourmet" cook. Peninsula and skylites in the kitchen area. Hardwood flooring and fireplace in the spacious living room- perfect for large family gatherings. Den and office area plus sauna and separate hot tub room complete the first floor living areas. Vaulted ceilings -skylites in master bedroom plus spacious master bath with double vanity and double shower heads . Family bath and 3 bedrooms plus large storage closet areas complete the second floor. Exterior features boast large propane heated inground pool. Large shed for pool supplies and accessories. Manicured lawn with underground sprinklers and stone walkway, deck and stone walls. Make an appointment today- there's more to see!!

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Safety


Once you have a family, safety becomes even more of a priority. You do all of the right things from feeding your family well to baby-proofing the home. Yet, one thing that’s sometimes hard to control is the safety of the area that we live in. You’re going to want to find a neighborhood with low crime rate. There’s a few different tools online that help you to check the crime rates in certain areas. Don’t assume that the city is less safe than the suburbs, or even a rural area. Doing research and getting to know the area is key to finding a safe place to settle down in. 


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Community Sense


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Showings start Saturday Nov 4 th. Beautifully remodeled 2200sf Dutch Colonial with decorative molding and built in's throughout. Featuring 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths, formal dining room,side sunrooms. Great first floor office space. Gleaming hardwoods and tile throughout. New roof, windows and siding. Oversized modern kitchen with new cabs,granite and ss appliances. Baths feature new vanities and tiled bath surrounds. Updated plumbing and electric. Gorgeous tongue & grooved enclosed porch. Added bonus finished basement not included in square footage. One car garage under. Close to Grafton line.

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