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Posted by Maryann Clancy on 4/8/2020

This Single-Family in Sherborn, MA recently sold for $677,500. This Contemporary style home was sold by Maryann Clancy - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate.


263 S Main St, Sherborn, MA 01770

Single-Family

$700,000
Price
$677,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A true departure from the ordinary this fabulous custom designed Contemporary home offers an incredible opportunity to enjoy bright open spaces open to a tranquil and private setting! Cathedral ceilings and towering windows with views will capture your desire to relax with nature and enjoy an open concept lifestyle. Set well off the road and nestled off a private way this property offers plenty of room for gardening and play. The versatile floor plan provides many surprises and options depending on your particular needs. There is one level living on the main floor and a separate bedroom and full bath on the lower level perfect for au pair or guests. Gleaming hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings, skylights, fireplace and spacious loft perfect for office or just relaxing space. This one of a kind home is a rare find. A delightful retreat in a very convenient commuting location!!

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Posted by Maryann Clancy on 4/8/2020

This Single-Family in Sherborn, MA recently sold for $475,000. This Cape style home was sold by Maryann Clancy - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate.


7 Course Brook Rd, Sherborn, MA 01770

Single-Family

$499,000
Price
$475,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
What a find! Great opportunity for end users or flippers. This home being sold "as is" is the perfect opportunity to build equity while doing it your way. Good bones, private grounds and great commuting location in a cul de sac neighborhood. The spacious rooms and interesting spaces offer both first and second floor bedrooms, huge living/dining room combination, kitchen open to great room, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, screened porch and 2 car attached garage. Bring your ideas for updating kitchen, redecorating throughout, enhancing the exterior, clearing grounds and turn this home into a real showplace! Sited on 1.2 acres and close to trails and horse facilities.This is truly a house that offers affordable space, for the hands on home buyer, in a town with great schools! Waiting for your own personal stamp!!






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Posted by Maryann Clancy on 4/7/2020


70 Moore Road, Wayland, MA 01778

Single-Family

$1,950,000
Price

13
Rooms
5
Beds
6
Baths
HUGE PRICE DROP! NEW CONSTRUCTION WITH BARN! SELLER OFFERING A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY! BUILDER LOOKING TO START A NEW PROJECT. IF PROPERTY DOESN'T SELL BY APRIL 6 AT THIS PRICE, THEY WILL RELIST AGAIN AT HIGHER PRICE! Lovely 5 bedroom home that offers a very flexible floor plan perfect for a variety of lifestyles, offering possible first floor bedroom suite and/or third floor in law /au pair suite with bedroom, sitting room and full bath. The living areas are open and flow seamlessly, featuring 4 levels of wonderfully designed spaces w/ high end finishes, for both entertaining and comfortable family living. This property is located in a spectacular setting abutting acres of Great Meadows NWR. The grounds are beautifully manicured with plenty of room for gardening and play. There is a 40'X50' barn which is the "icing on the cake". Incredible space that has potential for use as a party barn, workshop, storage, art/hobby studio or car storage. The possibilities are endless!
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Posted by Maryann Clancy on 4/7/2020


72 Moore Road, Wayland, MA 01778

Single-Family

$1,845,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
HUGE PRICE DROP FOR 10 DAYS ONLY!! BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION!! SELLER OFFERING ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY! BUILDERS LOOKING TO START A NEW PROJECT. IF PROPERTY DOESN'T SELL BY APRIL 6 AT THIS PRICE IT WILL COME BACK ON AT ORIGINAL PRICE! This exquisite residence features a tasteful blend of elegance, comfort & warmth.The spacious, sun-filled floorplan is designed for today's lifestyle w/ lovely attention to detail thruout. A superb chef's kitchen w/ top-of-the-line appliances opens to an expansive, fireplaced family room w/ attractive coffered ceiling & patio access. The dining room w/ butler's pantry, formal living room & fabulous master suite w/gorgeous bath, his/hers closets & relaxing sitting rm offers plenty of room for all.The first floor office is in a great spot ideal for privacy from the main living areas. The walkout lower level features a playroom w/ wet bar, full bath & more space for expansion. Glorious setting abutting acres of Great Meadows NWR overlooking the river!
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Posted by Maryann Clancy on 4/3/2020

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Designing a home can be intimidating, especially if it's your first time. Maybe you were a design aficionado with the perfect dorm room, but designing a whole house seems intimidating.  Maybe you're worried you have no feel for design at all and will leave your room an empty canvas with one, central couch, an old packing box for a coffee table and your television and gaming system across from you. Maybe this isn't your first rodeo, and you're looking for a few quick tips to redesign a room in your house.  Either way, welcome!  Let's get started on our three essential design tips for new homeowners.

1) Choose your aesthetic first.

Consider whether you want your space to look modern, contemporary, traditional, urban or industrial, or classic. Deciding on the style of the public areas, such as the living room, bathrooms and dining room, is one of the most important decisions to make early on. By deciding on your design style, you can then search for furniture, lighting and accessories by keyword, making the design process far easier and ensuring that everything in your space will present harmoniously. 

2) Lay out each room according to its purpose.

A great deal of what makes a room fun and comfortable, beyond its aesthetic, is how convenient it is to live in. That means storing items where you'll need them and storing often-used items where they're easiest to reach.  It makes sense to purchase a seat with built-in storage for extra throws, for example, in your living room. In a kitchen, place utensils you'd often use while cooking -- large stirring spoons, ladles and tongs -- standing up in a jug rather than in a drawer you'll have to open and close. It can help to mentally run through a task and see how far you have to walk to reach important objects to decide where to place them.  You should also ensure that paths traveled frequently remain open, such as the path from the kitchen to the dining room.

By a similar token, "sitting rooms" can be used for a lot of different purposes. If you're a gaming family, consider making your gaming space central to the room, with a smaller seating area for chatting or reading. A family with small children might want to incorporate a play area.  Above all, remember that each room should serve you and your family's lives rather than solely serve your aesthetic.

3) Choose your paint color last of all.

Start by finding a piece or two of furniture you absolutely love in your design style. Then, design the rest of the room around what you've chosen, including your choice of paint, carpet and, if possible, flooring.  Keep in mind that there are thousands of paint colors in the world and it's very cheap and quick to change a paint color you're not fond of or that doesn't work as well as you thought it did; however, it's almost impossible to replace your furniture in the same way.  Therefore, start with your furniture and end the design process by choosing your paint.

 

Keep these design tips in mind and you will be well on your way to designing the perfect home!




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