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Posted by ERA Key Realty Services on 7/3/2015


24 Summer Street, North Brookfield, MA 01535

Rental

$1,200
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Completely Remodeled 2 Bedroom 1st Floor Unit. This Apartment Features An Open Concept Floor-plan featuring a large bank of windows that drenches the main living space with natural light. The kitchen with new cabinets and counter-tops provides a huge Island providing casual dinning, tremendous storage, and prep space. Stunning Hardwood Floors Throughout. Bathroom Features Stunning Tiled Shower and Granite Counter-top. Master Bedroom Features Huge Walk-in Closet. In Unit Washer Dryer Hookups. Built-in Desk/ Work Area. Built-in Bookshelves. Don't Miss Out On Your Chance to Call This Stunning Apartment - Home.
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Posted by ERA Key Realty Services on 7/3/2015


22 Meadow Rd, Medway, MA 02053

Single-Family

$359,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Spacious and meticulously maintained 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath split level home is located in a wonderful neighborhood setting. First floor boasts gleaming hardwood floors and an open floor plan. Central Air. Vinyl tilt-in replacement windows. Neutral colors throughout most of house. Cathedral ceilinged addition adds wonderful enjoyable space to read or just relax. Fireplaced family room in lower level offers surround sound, and is a great space for family games, or movie nights! Grill and eat out on the inviting deck which overlooks the perfect sized, level backyard with plenty of room for volleyball, badmitton, or just sitting aound the campfire, enjoying s'mores. Professionally landscaped. Homeowners are relocating...this is your opportunity to live in a sought after neighborhood with easy access to schools, parks, shopping and commuting routes. Boston Magazine named Medway one of the Boston Area's Best Towns. Award Winning Schools! Nothing to do, but pack your bags! Welcome Home!!
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Posted by ERA Key Realty Services on 7/2/2015


187 Potter Rd, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$494,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New price don't miss out before its gone as seller may pull off the market!!Bring your offer before it is gone just 6 years old. A better than new stunning contemporary colonial offering, less than 5 years young with all the upgrades you have been waiting for. Open floor plan features gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel, and an island with seating for four that overlooks the dining and living room areas. Your expansive dining room opens to your spacious living room that showcases a dramatic two story cathedral ceiling. Your luxurious first floor master suite features a walk in closet, full bathroom with jetted Jacuzzi tub, double sinks and granite countertops. Upstairs a loft area overlooks the living area as an alternate family room, study or play area with an additional three bedrooms and large full bathroom also on this floor. The exterior boasts a two car garage and circular driveway with entrances from either road giving you ample parking for your family
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July 05 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by ERA Key Realty Services on 7/2/2015

This Single-Family in Grafton, MA recently sold for $564,220. This Colonial,Contemporary style home was sold by Office - Framingham - ERA Key Realty Services.


33 Taft Mill Road, Grafton, MA 01560

Single-Family

$519,900
Price
$564,220
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Located in Grafton's premiere neighborhood, Brookmeadow Village, the Whitin Model offers an open & flexible kitchen, family room and eating area. This beautiful, ENERGY STAR Version 3, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home also has a large deck and a covered porch over the front door. Spacious Master Bedroom with a bump-out sitting area and walk-in closet. Designer finishes throughout the home include carpet, tile, hardwood, granite, maple cabinets, gas fireplace with marble surround. Brookmeadow Village features 75 acres of open space, 2+ miles of walking trails, town water/sewer, natural gas, Verizon FIOS, sidewalks and street trees. Pictures are similar to be built.

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Posted by ERA Key Realty Services on 7/2/2015

You've just bought a house…or maybe you're about to sell one. You look around your property and realize it's less than attractive. The grass is patchy and yellowed in some areas; the shrubs that came with the property look overgrown or spindly; and there's no color anywhere. So how do you go about making your yard an inviting oasis--a place that you or a potential buyer would like to spend time in? You start with the base--the soil. An inexpensive home soil test kit will tell you if your soil is too acidic or alkaline. Depending on the results, you can add a lime or a sulphur mixture to obtain the correct pH. Another factor is your soil's composition and texture. The best soil has the perfect proportions of clay, silt and sand and has some organic components as well. If your soil is so dense you can barely get a spade into it, you need to to loosen it up with a good hand tool and some loam. Loam is basically "perfect soil", with the correct proportions of sand, clay and silt. Loam is available at your local landscape supply business and is sold by the cubic yard. You can mix it into your existing soil or--if your soil is very poor and rocky (as is often the case here in New England), you can remove it and replace it with loam. The other important component of soil--especially if you plan on planting flowers and/or vegetables is organic nutrients. There are two ways to enrich your soil: on the surface and in the soil itself. The best way to add nutrients from the inside out is with compost, which is organic material that has been partially broken down. Old-fashioned composting takes time and work. You need a bin, lots of organic material (leftover food, leaves, grass clippings, etc.), time for the material to break down and someone willing to turn the compost frequently (mixing it up). There is an easier method, however: recycling yard waste. Many landscape suppliers will take your branches, limbs and clippings and turn them into compost for you. Typically, you drop off your yard waste and drive off with someone else's that's already been turned into compost--everyone benefits. Once the soil is good, you can then go onto to the fun part--choosing and planting flowers, shrubs and trees.



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