Cindy Gordon
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Posted by Cindy Gordon on 8/8/2018


14 Abigail Drive, Hudson, MA 01749

Single-Family

$569,000
Price

10
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to this lovely, expansive and updated home in desirable Ashford Meadows! This 10 rm Colonial has plenty of room for all your family and entertaining needs. A spacious cabinet packed cherry & granite kitchen with large center island opens to family room with cathedral ceiling, built-ins and fireplace. Plenty of time to enjoy the private three season porch. The second floor boasts Master BR w/beautiful newer master bath, 3 additional bedrooms, and full bath. A full LL in-law unit with it's own private entrance offers 5th BR, living area, full bath- perfect for in-laws or guests/teens. Need more room: huge walk up attic ready to finish and large unfinished w/o basement with workshop. And for your convenience a mud room, storage galore, vinyl siding. Hudson is very hip community with it's revitalized downtown with many choices for dining +entertainment + shopping! Use the nearby Rail Trail to walk & bicycle. Showings begin OPEN HOUSE 8/12 12-2. This could be your dream home!
Open House
Sunday
August 12 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 14 Abigail Drive, Hudson, MA 01749    Get Directions

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Categories: Open House  


Posted by Cindy Gordon on 6/17/2018

An open house allows a homebuyer to explore a residence. And ultimately, this event may help a homebuyer determine whether to submit an offer on a home. For homebuyers, there are many terrific reasons to attend an open house, including: 1. You Can Learn About a Home from a Home Seller's Real Estate Agent. Although you may spend time reviewing home listings online, there may be information about a house that is unavailable on the web. Fortunately, an open house enables you to speak directly to a home seller's real estate agent and find out more information about a residence. From learning whether a home seller is motivated to sell quickly to finding out which internet services providers are available in the area, a home seller's real estate agent should be able to answer any questions you may have during an open house. As a result, you can receive plenty of insights that can help you make an informed decision about whether a particular residence is right for you. 2. You Can Check Out the Overall Condition of the Home. Online photos sometimes can be deceiving, but an open house allows you to get an up-close look at a residence and find out if it fulfills your personal needs. For instance, an open house will enable you to check out the size of each room as well as the overall condition of the home's exterior and interior. Plus, you may be able to review the performance of a home's air conditioning and heating systems and find out if these units will need to be repaired or replaced in the near future. Perhaps best of all, an open house gives you the chance to envision what life could be like if you bought a residence. Because you can walk around the home and explore it at your leisure during an open house, this event provides you with the freedom to evaluate a residence in a pressure-free situation. 3. You Can Find Out if There Is Significant Interest in a Home. Typically, a home seller's real estate agent will set up a sign-in sheet for attendees who visit an open house. This sheet enables a home seller to see how many people attended an open house and may provide you with a good indication about whether there is substantial interest in a residence. It is important to remember that the housing market is competitive, regardless of whether you're searching for a residence in a buyers' or sellers' market. As such, if an open house is filled with people, there likely is significant interest in a house. And if only a few people attend the event, there may be a greater chance that a home seller would accept an offer below his or her initial asking price. Ask your real estate agent for information about open houses in your area Ė you'll be glad you did! This real estate professional will be able to keep you up to date about open houses and help you find your dream home quickly and efficiently.





Posted by Cindy Gordon on 5/9/2018


21 Oak Street, Clinton, MA 01510

Single-Family

$299,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1
Baths
A delightful hidden gem perched on a gently sloping large lot with privacy trees at street and water views! This beautiful Colonial/Victorian renovated home has plenty of character from yesteryear AND is thoroughly modernized for today's needs! Newer systems and upgrades make this home move-in ready for you w/newer:heating system/HW heater, electrical, windows, GAF roof system, insulation,driveway, and remodeled kitchen!! You'll feel the splendor of this home as you enter the front hallway to living room with bay windows and water view. The Dining room has a pass- through to remodeled kitchen with plenty of cabinetry and pantry. So many nice extras including two 3 season porches, mud room area,back staircase, 2nd floor laundry room, a walk up attic with over 850 sq feet of partially finished space with great potential! Relax outdoors with lovely gardens/landscaping, new deck, and large fenced backyard. Walking distance to downtown and scenic Wachusett Reservoir! Move in and enjoy!
Open House
Saturday
May 12 at 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 21 Oak Street, Clinton, MA 01510    Get Directions

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Posted by Cindy Gordon on 4/24/2018


22 Lafayette Drive, Marlborough, MA 01752

East Marlborough

Single-Family

$525,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to this beautifully remodeled and well maintained east side colonial! The upscale kitchen was completely renovated in 2016 with custom cabinetry, granite counter tops, a gorgeous island with seating for five, Electrolux SS appliances/5 burner and hardwood floors! The adjoining dining room has hardwoods and a wall of beautiful built-in matching cabinetry. The spacious family room with a cathedral ceiling leads to an enlarged deck, great for entertaining and access to yard. A fire-placed living room completes the first floor living space. All 3 bathrooms have been remodeled with granite, and new tile flooring. Master bedroom suite and three more bedrooms upstairs. This home was enhanced with a lovely front portico and stone entry/pathway. Situated in a desirable cul-de-sac neighborhood, that's close to Sudbury line, shopping, restaurants, and much more! Plenty of storage inside/out with large walk out basement, and shed. This home is definitely move-in-ready for you!
Open House
Sunday
April 29 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 22 Lafayette Drive, Marlborough, MA 01752    Get Directions

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Posted by Cindy Gordon on 12/3/2017

Open houses are essential for selling your home. They give buyers the opportunity to tour your home and visualize them living there. But an open house can also have a negative affect on buyers if the proper steps arenít taken in advance. Letís take a look at the tips below to help ensure a successful open house. Clean & Organize: It is very important to clean and organize your home before your open house. A clean home gives the buyers an opportunity to see the home for what it is, and not all of your stuff and clutter. While touring your home, it will give the buyers the opportunity to visualize themselves living in the home and how they would set up each room. Clutter makes it difficult to do this as it makes rooms look smaller and covers up the true potential. Remove Personality: Itís best to remove your personality from your home when selling, and especially before an open house. You can always add your things back in after the open house. Things like pictures and picture frames, your childrenís drawings on the refrigerator, other personal belongings, and so on. Removing your personality and creating a neutral home will better allow for buyers to visualize themselves living there and making it their own. Photos & Video: Since online research is often the first step one takes in the home buying process, the photos and video of your home will be the first impression that a buyer has. And you want to make that the best first impression possible. Having amazing photos of your home and posting them with your listing and online will likely attract more interest and therefore attracting more buyers to your open house. Photos that are not so great may make even the most amazing home seem drab and not worth the travel to the open house. The photos you place online could make or break a homebuyers interest and desire to see more. Social Media: Utilizing social media is the best way to get the word out about your home being on the market and your upcoming open house. Realtors and agents are already using it, but you should also be taking advantage of it. Sharing or creating posts of your online listing and asking your friends to share will only benefit you. Youíd be surprised how many will comment on posts to tag their friends and family. It may bring more buyers and in turn speed up the sale of your home. Follow these tips for the most successful open house possible. Itís important to be mindful of the market and your home when determining what successful means, but what is important is an offer or multiple offers if youíre lucky. So spruce up your home and follow these tips and you should be on your way to placing a sold sign in front of your home in no time.