Sandy Lucchesi | Hopkinton Real Estate, Southborough Real Estate, Westborough Real Estate


This Condo in Milford, MA recently sold for $463,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Sandy Lucchesi - RE/MAX Executive Realty.


58 Walden Way, Milford, MA 01757

Condo

$464,900
Price
$463,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Impeccable, maintenance free, stunning home in highly desirable Walden Woods. Located in a very convenient location w/ quick access to Rte 495 & the commuter rail, restaurants & retail, this townhome also abuts conservation land offering privacy & tranquility. This is a ‘special unit’ w/ approx. $60,000 in upgrades when first built, gleaming hardwoods throughout both the 1st & 2nd floors, a gas FP, convenient mudroom, 2nd floor loft serving as a cozy reading nook or quiet office space, a convenient 2nd floor laundry ‘room’, a W/O finished lower level w/ a full bathroom, generous storage & a custom kitchen w/ warm, cherry cabinets, granite, SS & hardwood flooring. This unit boasts being one of ‘the’ only townhomes in Walden Woods offering both a screened porch & deck. Fabulous for grilling & entertaining. A 2 car garage, communal garden, community clubhouse, low assoc. fee & quick access to the popular bike trail complete the tremendous experience found living at 58 Walden Way.





19 John Matthew Rd, Hopkinton, MA 01748

Land

$349,000
Price

1.32
Acres
Agricultural
Land Type
This beautiful, buildable lot is a rare find in this exceptional neighborhood of stunning, high-end homes. This is your opportunity to build your dream home in one of Hopkinton's most desirable neighborhoods ~ Forestside. The location of this lot will ensure incredible privacy and tranquility for life in your new home that can only be found at the end of a cul-de-sac. This is a special lot; notice the beautiful, mature landscaping. Proximity to services is exceptional. 19 John Matthew Rd is just minutes to retail, restaurants, groceries, coffee shops, Rte. 495/ Mass Pike and the commuter rail. 19 John Matthew has it all ~ a tranquil location at the end of a private cul-de-sac in an outstanding neighborhood, in a highly desirable town that offers highly ranked schools, highly ranked community safety, a new $2M+ performing and visual art center all within a dynamic community.
Open House
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While it's not always possible for conditions to be "perfect" when a real estate agent is showing a home for sale, things usually go more smoothly when homeowners are not present.

There are several reasons for this, including the fact that the family's presence at a real estate showing may make the prospect feel self conscious and uncomfortable.

Among other things, the potential buyer may feel like they're intruding and being an imposition. Some buyers also find it harder to concentrate on the many details they need to focus on to evaluate the home.

The ideal scenario happens when house hunters are able to picture themselves as the future owners of your home -- perhaps imagining what it would feel like to cook dinner in your kitchen, entertain guests in your living room, and relax on the back porch. However, when you and your family are there, it makes it more difficult for them to conjure up those images in their mind. So, to the extent that it's possible, it's often a good idea to take the kids out for ice cream or go on a short trip to the mall when a showing of your home is scheduled.

Granted, it may be a little inconvenient -- especially if the visit was set up at the last minute -- but you don't want to unintentionally dissuade someone from making an offer on your house. You never know what might "upset the apple cart!" There's a lot at stake and every prospect is a potential buyer.

Ideally, prospects should feel unpressured, unhurried, and free to express their opinions about what they're seeing. If they feel like they have to weigh their words carefully and be discreet about every reaction, then their discomfort may spill over into their feelings about the house, itself. Since buying a home is often an emotional decision, any negative feelings in the prospect could potentially derail the chances of a purchase offer being made.

Real estate agents not only serve as knowledgeable "tour guides" and objective sources of information for house hunters, but they're also there to accentuate the positive and minimize the negative aspects of a property. One of their main objectives is to put prospects at ease and help them appreciate all the desirable aspects of your home.

There are dozens of details, property features, unique attributes, and flaws that potential buyers are trying to assimilate and remember, so the fewer distractions there are, the better! That's why it makes sense to keep the atmosphere as uncomplicated as possible. It can be a bit of a delicate balance for real estate agents to maintain, but most have the training, experience, and finesse to keep things on an even keel and moving forward!


This Single-Family in Chelmsford, MA recently sold for $797,500. This Colonial style home was sold by Sandy Lucchesi - RE/MAX Executive Realty.


2 Bello Ln, Chelmsford, MA 01824

South Chelmsford

Single-Family

$819,900
Price
$797,500
Sale Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE with this stunning custom-built 4,000+ sq. ft. Colonial located at the end of a private circular drive, hidden from the street. Sun-filled open layout features 11 rooms, 4 bedrooms + study, 2.5 bathrooms and a 5-car attached garage. Highlights include: Impressive master suite with cathedral ceiling, 2 walk-in closets, spa-like bathroom, and balcony; 2nd-floor laundry room w/ sink and built-in ironing station; radiant in-floor heating on the entire 1st floor and upstairs bathrooms; finished walk-out basement w/ slider & full-size windows; security system; built-in stereo, and so much more. Convenient South Chelmsford location, close to bike path, shopping, restaurants and more. Make your appointment to see it today!




Want to get the sleek and stylish Scandinavian look in your new home? It’s much easier than you might think. And it doesn’t require buying all your furniture from Ikea. I’ve got a few tips for you to create a warm, welcoming home that could grace the pages of any home design magazine.

When attempting to recreate this look most go wrong by painting everything black and white. The real secret to this look, however, is in the details. Less is always more so a serious decluttering project will start you off on the right foot. And don’t think that the only way to recreate this look is to replace all your furniture. In fact, working with existing pieces will make the look feel more natural and unassuming.

You probably already know to reach for shades of grays, whites, and creams when choosing your color palette. But having some color is crucial. Blue is the perfect addition of color for this look especially for a sofa, some throw pillows or your kitchen table chairs. When adding other colors do so sparingly to really make a statement. For example, a yellow lamp in the kitchen, green chairs in the dining room or pink throw pillows on the couch.  

To avoid a cold, sterile environment natural elements like wood, stone, and glass add warmth back into the room. Copper and gold accents also warm up a room while keeping a modern touch. Think a natural wood table top where the grain takes center stage or copper hardware that pops when placed against blacks and whites.

Give your space a welcoming homey feel by reaching for texture to create visual interest. Think furry pillows, woven textiles, and chunky knits. Monochrome artwork breaks up blank walls without looking out of place and furniture pieces are the main attraction. There’s no need for knick-knacks here, in fact, they’re best donated or stored away. To stay true to this look each piece you add to the room should have a function.

Another key to this look is lighting. During the day you want to let in as much of it as you can. While curtains and blinds are often skipped altogether pleated and roman blinds maintain privacy and a clean look. When choosing curtains stick to your neutral palette and avoid prints or dramatic drapery. For the night you can create perfect ambiance with string lights and paper lanterns. As a bonus, a paper lantern floor lamp pulls double duty by adding natural texture to the room.

The sleek clean lines of Scandinavian design, especially those you see in catalogs, can seem impossible to replicate. At least not without replacing everything you own. But the truth is it is easily achievable to recreate with your existing furniture. With a little creativity, a few cans of paint and a lot of decluttering you’ll have a cozy, modern home before you know it.  




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