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Kate Hogan - Amherst MA Realtor



37 King Philip Ave, Deerfield, MA 01373

Single-Family

$345,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Great location close to area amenities, Sugarloaf Mountain, and UMass. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath Contemporary is located on a beautiful, quiet street. Spacious yard, attached garage, fresh exterior paint, newer roof, multiple decks, and screened porch perfect for summer night dinners. Inside you will find open kitchen and dining with fireplace, pantry, inviting sun room, living room with cathedral ceilings and two sliders out to the deck, home office, first floor laundry, full bath, and first floor bedroom. Upstairs there is the spacious master bedroom, large full bath with soaking tub and shower, and third bedroom with a balcony. The basement is perfect for storage. New hot water heater. Whole house water filtration. Central AC. Don't miss this gem of a property! Come see it today!
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May 19 at 9:45 AM to 12:00 PM
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37 King Philip Ave, Deerfield, MA 01373

Single-Family

$345,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Great location close to area amenities, Sugarloaf Mountain, and UMass. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath Contemporary is located on a beautiful, quiet street. Spacious yard, attached garage, fresh exterior paint, newer roof, multiple decks, and screened porch perfect for summer night dinners. Inside you will find open kitchen and dining with fireplace, pantry, inviting sun room, living room with cathedral ceilings and two sliders out to the deck, home office, first floor laundry, full bath, and first floor bedroom. Upstairs there is the spacious master bedroom, large full bath with soaking tub and shower, and third bedroom with a balcony. The basement is perfect for storage. New hot water heater. Whole house water filtration. Central AC. Don't miss this gem of a property! Come see it today!
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15 Davis Hill Road, Royalston, MA 01368

Single-Family

$1,200,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Impressive one of a kind property! Privacy, beauty, abundant wildlife, combination of environmentally protected forest land and open acreage surrounding a handsome renovated farmhouse. Incredible views, Including top of Mt. Monadnock. 248 acres, with a 10-acre buildable lot on frontage road. Boasting a 4 bedroom home with attached 3 car garage, a two story post and beam cabin with wood stove, kitchen, bath, and bedroom, and a large workshop barn with office above. Acres of woodlands, hiking trails, stonewalls, and three surrounding pastures. The main house includes 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a large country kitchen, dining room, great room with fireplace, screen porch perfect for summer nights, TV room, library/music room, loft office, 1st floor guest room plus bath, 1st floor laundry/bath, 2 bedrooms upstairs, 2 full baths, and Master bedroom with gorgeous built-ins. Bordering VT and New Hampshire, 15 mins to Rt 2, 45 mins to Amherst. So tastefully done you will never want leave!
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This Condo in Easthampton, MA recently sold for $360,000. This Garden style home was sold by Kate Hogan - Sawicki Real Estate.


3 Amanda Lane, Easthampton, MA 01027

Condo

$369,000
Price
$360,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Beautiful Harvest Valley Condo available! One level living at it's best in a highly desirable location. Quiet, private, immaculately maintained grounds. These condos do not last long! 55+ community in a picturesque setting with views of the mountain range, yet close to town and all area amenities. Inside you will find an open floor plan, spacious kitchen, dining area, cathedral ceilings in the living room with 2 walk out french doors to the large deck, a gas fireplace, and plenty of natural light. The master bedroom has a large master bath and walk in closet. The private guest room also has a large walk in closet. The second bath is spacious with shower only. Laundry is on the main level. Attached 2 car garage. The large basement is perfect for extra storage or could be finished off for more living space.

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If your house is currently on the market or you're preparing to put it up for sale, the secret of success lies in the lyrics of an old popular song called "Accentuate The Positive." Although it was originally published in 1944, the song has been resurfacing for years on television, in movies, and music recordings.

"Accentuating the positive and eliminating the negative" may seem like basic, old-fashioned advice, but when homeowners follow it, they increase their chances of selling their home faster and for the highest possible price.

Although your real estate agent will provide a ton of helpful advice on how to present your house in its best light, there are dozens of things you can start doing now to improve its marketability, curb appeal, and the positive response you get from real estate agents and buyers.

  • Avoid or minimize any aspect of your home and property that gives the impression of neglect. That could include anything from peeling paint and cracked windows to overgrown bushes and weedy yards. Weeds growing out of cracks in walkways, driveways, and concrete flooring often looks the worst -- but weeds, in general, always detract from the appearance of a home for sale.
  • Reduce or eliminate anything that might create a feeling of "unpleasantness" in the minds of prospects. In other words, if there's anything about your home that might cause buyers to cringe, frown, gasp, crinkle their nose (in displeasure) or shake their heads, then you probably need to take corrective action -- and fast! A prime example would be pet odors, stains, and loose fur, which can be major turnoffs for many people -- especially if they have allergies!
  • If little or no interior painting has been done over the past five or ten years, there's a strong chance that your walls are faded, marred, and looking worse for the wear. A couple coats of neutral-colored paint can often infuse a more vibrant, updated appearance to those tired-looking rooms. Subtle, light colors -- although, not necessarily stark white -- are often advisable. The objective is to appeal to as many people as possible, without taking any decorating risks that might alienate anyone.
  • Speaking of "harsh versus eye-pleasing," your home's lighting is another important thing to scrutinize when looking for cost-effective ways to increase the attractiveness, appeal, and marketability of your home.
As you're searching for ways to accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative, try to view your home from the perspective of someone who's just seeing it for the first time. In all probability, your real estate agent will be enormously helpful in that respect, and immediately begin looking for ways to effectively stage your home. If they've been showing homes in your area for a number of years, they will have a good sense of what attracts and repels today's home buyer. Your agent can provide a professional opinion on everything from flooring and counter tops to wall colors and curb appeal.



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