Central Mass Real Estate


This Single-Family in Fitchburg, MA recently sold for $215,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Office Central - Central Mass Real Estate.


100 Elizabeth Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Fitchburg

Single-Family

$219,000
Price
$215,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Price Adjustment Priced to Sell!! Come see this beautiful property! With a newly installed sewer line to the city sewer we are ready to close!!! It took a bit for the plans to be final but we are all set and installation is underway!!! Now that we can move forward be the first to get the opportunity to own this outstanding property with great views on a quiet flat street. It boasts a level fully fenced in backyard where - animal Lovers - your pets will be safe. Don't miss this 3 bedroom colonial which sits on a very quiet flat street perfect for children, in an area of new and established homes with views of the city. It has great character including, pocket doors, a built-in dining room hutch, stained glass windows, a remodeled kitchen and a new family room with a fireplace and deck. This property has a new gas furnace, and a new on-demand gas water heater, and lovely landscaping. The stackable washer and dryer are included. many extra's See it Today!!! A nice size family h

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Giving the interior of your home a fresh coat of paint is one of the best ways to revitalize drab-looking rooms and make scuffed walls look new again.

While there are plenty of home improvement, repair, and decorating projects that are best left to the professionals, interior house painting is usually a task that can be successfully tackled by homeowners.

Advanced skills are not a prerequisite for doing a respectable job, but you do need patience, attention to detail, and the right tools. When you don't start out with the right supplies, wall painting can end up being a frustrating and stressful task -- not to mention messy! Here are a few pointers to help make the project go more smoothly.

  • Wear the appropriate clothing: If paint gets on your everyday shoes, your new jeans, or even a good watchband, it will basically ruin those articles of clothing. No matter how neat or precise you think you can be with a paintbrush or roller, it's almost impossible to avoid dripping a few drops of paint in the wrong place or even accidentally brushing up against a messy ladder, paint can, or freshly painted surface. By taking the time to change into clothes you don't care about, you'll be saving the aggravation of messing up a favorite pair of pants, shirt, or shoes. Wearing a painter's cap with a brim and disposable vinyl gloves can also minimize the amount of paint that gets on your face, hair, and hands. By making it easier to keep yourself clean, you'll find painting to be a much neater and more satisfying experience.
  • Choose the right drop cloths: The temptation for many do-it-yourselfers is to save money and cut costs whenever possible. While this certainly makes sense in principle, there are certain cases in which it pays to spend a few extra dollars to get quality supplies. The perfect example is drop cloths -- an essential item on your painting supplies list. Floors, furniture and appliances can get permanently damaged (cosmetically) if they're not properly covered up while the wall and ceiling paint is being applied. The really cheap drop cloths that you'll often find at hardware stores and other retail outlets are difficult to keep in place and could easily tear, become bunched up, or move a few inches from their intended spot. Those really light-weight, plastic drop cloths don't stand a chance of staying put when breezes from open windows, fans, or doors exert the slightest bit of air pressure on them. The solution is to either purchase canvas or heavy-duty plastic drop cloths. (In a pinch, old bedsheets can often do the job, too!)
  • Painter's tape is crucial: One of the most time-consuming, but necessary aspects of room painting is taping the edges of surfaces to be painted (or not to be painted). While not everyone takes the time to do this step correctly, it helps produce a professional-looking job you'll be proud of.
Painting can be a messy, frustrating, and unsatisfying task if you don't do the necessary prep work, wear the right kind of attire, and thoroughly cover floors, furniture, and anything else you want to protect from paint spills. Doing your own interior painting can save you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, but you'll be much happier with the outcome of your own work if you approach the job with patience, preparation, and the right supplies!

This Condo in Westford, MA recently sold for $250,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Office Central - Central Mass Real Estate.


10 Groton Rd, Westford, MA 01886

Condo

$246,900
Price
$250,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Open House Sun 12/9 1-3PM. Excellent opportunity to own a townhouse within Westford! Newly renovated kitchen with tiled backsplash, brand new stainless steel appliances and real wood cabinets. Renovated bathrooms. Freshly painted spacious rooms. Hardwood floors throughout the unit, with a tiled kitchen and baths. A must see! Large open basement with laundry and a large workspace. Great potential to finish basement for added living space or playroom. The new front windows, siding and roof. Condo fee includes a special assessment for exterior improvements recently done. Two designated parking spots with ample off-street parking for visitors. What I love about the home: Quiet, large backyard, great neighborhood, affordable. In Miller/Day/Blanchard School District. Amazing high-ranked schools close by. Nice downtown shopping and restaurants. Easy access to 495, rte 3, even rte 2 isn't far. Nice walking trails in town and nearby towns. Close to NH shopping and close to Lowell nightlife.






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