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Posted by Emerson Realtors on 8/2/2020

This Single-Family in Dudley, MA recently sold for $300,000. This Ranch style home was sold by - Emerson Realtors.


78 Charlton Rd, Dudley, MA 01571

Single-Family

$279,900
Price
$300,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
**multiple offers, highest and best due by 5pm Sunday 6/14** Welcome to this beautiful updated ranch style home in desirable Dudley! With three large bedrooms, including a master-suite, this house cannot be beat! The kitchen has been updated with quartz counter tops, propane stove, stainless steel appliances and a new Bosch dishwasher. House has been finished with central A/C as well as a heat pump, propane baseboard heat, wood stove and pellet stove for additional sources of heat. Hardwood floors throughout all bedrooms and in living room as well! Kitchen and bathrooms both complete with tile for easy upkeep all-around! Updated 200amp electrical service with new electric panel (approx 2016), recessed lighting and ceiling fans throughout house. Propane boiler (new 2011), new jet pump and well tank & huge, gorgeous wrap around deck built in 2016 as well as a large "man town" shed with lean-to, electric, and ventilation, air line, work bench and above head storage. Approx. one acre!

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Posted by Emerson Realtors on 8/1/2020

This Single-Family in Auburn, MA recently sold for $288,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Emerson Realtors.


74 Rockland Road, Auburn, MA 01501

Single-Family

$287,500
Price
$288,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Location, Location, Location!!! Centrally located to all major routes and highways. Two first floor bedrooms and second floor Master Suite. New renovations include refinished hardwoods, new vinyl & carpeting, fully painted, all new recessed lighting throughout. New stove & dishwasher. New walkway. Windows & doors replaced. Heating system 2013. Great Auburn Blue Ribbon School System! Move-in ready.

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Posted by Emerson Realtors on 7/31/2020


3 Homestead Ave, Worcester, MA 01610

Single-Family

$330,000
Price

9
Rooms
5
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Large 4-5 bedroom home. With master suite on 3rd floor with full bath, window seats and walk in storage OR have master on 2nd floor with double closets. Ample closet space in all bedrooms. Beautiful built-ins in the dining room and large eat in kitchen. 1st floor laundry. Sit in the enclosed porch over looking the garden, or the screen porch/deck overlooking the inground pool.
Open House
Saturday
August 01 at 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Due to covid 19- Everyone is asked to wear a mask
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 3 Homestead Ave, Worcester, MA 01610    Get Directions

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Posted by Emerson Realtors on 7/31/2020


3 Homestead Ave, Worcester, MA 01610

Single-Family

$330,000
Price

9
Rooms
5
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Large 4-5 bedroom home. With master suite on 3rd floor with full bath, window seats and walk in storage OR have master on 2nd floor with double closets. Ample closet space in all bedrooms. Beautiful built-ins in the dining room and large eat in kitchen. 1st floor laundry. Sit in the enclosed porch over looking the garden, or the screen porch/deck overlooking the inground pool.
Open House
Saturday
August 01 at 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Due to covid 19- Everyone is asked to wear a mask
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 3 Homestead Ave, Worcester, MA 01610    Get Directions

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Emerson Realtors on 7/30/2020

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If you’re looking to light up your house or yard using a quick and easy DIY method, a variety of solar lights fit the bill.  You can choose from many elegant styles, with no extension cords required.  Solar lights can be mounted, placed into the ground on stakes, hang as lanterns or on strings, or set on a flat surface as a votive.  Generally, they last about 4 years, and the solar batteries can be replaced to extend their life.  Going solar with your outdoor lighting makes a perfect way for renters to illuminate their porches and yards; besides being easy to install, they are just as easy to remove and take with you when you leave, with no value lost.  

Your Home

Lighting that illuminates the vertical surface of your house at night, or uplighting, adds security as well as a polished look.  Uplighting beautifully highlights your house siding and porch at night.  This can be easily achieved with solar lights on the brighter end of the spectrum mounted on stakes.  Look for individual lights without top shades to place in the ground near the base of your siding so that light will be directed upward along the face of the house.  

Your Garden

Any type of garden, from a rock garden with succulents to a less-manicured country garden, can benefit from standout flowers and greenery being lit from below.  Smaller lights placed down in between the leaves of plants and directed upward give them a soft glow, or set them beside or between plants if you want to feature the light itself.  You can use the mini covered lamps on stakes or the candle-like cylinders. 

Solar lights are also available in a holiday-like spray of tiny lights.  You can style these in mini-sprays among plants, yard ornaments, around pools or outdoor kitchens, across fences, or cover your tree trunks to highlight trees all year long. 

Pathways and Driveways

Staggered lighting from in-ground stake or cylinder lights look great along stepping stone walkways or driveways.  Lights with a metal shade on top lining paths give a classy, finished look.  Candle-like lights can sit on top of short posts along walkways or near plants, or secure them by drilling a large hole through the center of your posts to insert staked solar lights.

Predator Deterrent

Particularly if you live in a rural area and want to keep pets safe by discouraging predators from entering your yard, the more well-lit your yard is at night, the better.  Your best bet might be a motion-detector spotlight facing out in the direction where you would expect wildlife to come from.  A bright light shining suddenly on them startles and disorients predators, and they will likely decide that encroaching this far into human territory isn’t worth it.  Find a spot to post your spotlight so it will point at and expose oncoming wild animals. Mount the attached solar panel at an angle that will allow it to soak up the most overhead sunlight during the day.




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