Karen Scopetski - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage-Vice President, MA real estate single family



358 Davis St, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$639,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning well maintained reproduction saltbox colonial sited back off road for privacy! Renovated eat in kitchen with center island & corian counters. Formal dining with built in curio cabinet & formal living room with cozy fireplace. Large expanded family room w/ a wall of glass, brick fireplace w/built-in shelves & sliders to new 20 x 14 composite deck overlooking the beautiful grounds. Beautiful hardwood flooring thru-out. 1st floor laundry & Half bath. Master w/full bath. 3 other generous size bedrooms & 2nd full bath complete the 2nd floor. Authentic period detail w/modern amenities, superior craftsmanship & quality throughout. Updated 30 year architectural roof. Windows replaced. Updated electrical. Fresh interior paint! Oversized 2 car attached garage w/extra storage. Gorgeous private 1 area of manicured park like grounds with many perennials and fruit trees! Top rated schools! A commuter's dream - close to Wegmans ,Rt. 9, Rt. 20, all major highways & commuter rail!
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This Single-Family in Northborough, MA recently sold for $599,900. This Contemporary style home was sold by Karen Scopetski - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


14 Increase Ward Dr, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$599,900
Price
$599,900
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Looking for something special? Stunning out of the ordinary contemporary home with open floor plan & soaring wood ceilings. Floor to ceiling stone fireplace in sun-drenched living room, new sliders to balcony, wall of glass to bring in the natural light! Renovated kitchen with granite counter tops, new tile flooring, tiled backsplash, new slider to deck & separate dining area. Spiral staircase to sky-lit loft. Two gorgeous renovated tiled baths (2016). Master bedroom with double closets, full bath & slider to deck. 2 other generous size bedrooms. Gleaming hardwoods on main level. Full finished lower level multi purpose room includes a office & family room. Furnace replaced 2009, roof 2004. 4 garage spaces - newer 2 car detached. Walking distance to Lincoln & Melican schools. Perched majestically back off road atop "Chestnut hill" sited for privacy & views of the woodland setting! 7 acres of wooded privacy your own get-away while still close to Northboro town amenities & major routes!

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This Single-Family in Northborough, MA recently sold for $423,000. This Cape style home was sold by Karen Scopetski - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


17 Kerry Craig Cir, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$400,000
Price
$423,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome home to this lovely meticulously maintained 3 bedroom Cape cod home in desirable neighborhood setting. Inviting living room with brick fireplace & picture window. Renovated bright cabinet packed eat in kitchen with new Angola Black Leather Granite Counter tops, ceramic flooring & stainless steel Frigidaire Professional Appliances. Open concept for todays lifestyle. Refinished gleaming hardwoods thru out. Interior freshly painted. Mudroom off over sized two car garage w/extra storage above garage. Updated Harvey windows, low maintenance vinyl siding, brand new Weil McLain furnace. Added extra electrical panel 2016. Very private large fenced back yard overlooking 50 acres of conservation with walking trails abutting Edmund Hill woods. Brand new front walkway & Granite mailbox post! New England Gutter Kings with lifetime warranty added to front. Close to all major highways, great shopping, Wegmans & commuter rail. Excellent top-rated schools!

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Paint is the magic elixir when it comes to inexpensive home makeovers. It rejuvenates space in a way few other things can do. Yet many homeowners have blinders on when it comes to the places they can paint. Namely, they only see the walls as a palette. Let's challenge that notion and remind you of a new way to use paint -- on cabinets.

Step One: Prepping

Whatever you do, don't skip step one — prepping. Though tempting to overlook, the risks of ruining your cabinetry if you do are simply too high.

To prep your cabinets, begin by labeling each cabinet opening and door front with corresponding numbers marked on painter's tape. This will save you countless headaches when it comes time to reinstall. You'll remove the labels before spraying with primer and paint, and then replace the tape when you're ready for reinstallation. You can place the labels just above wherever you've set the pieces to dry so you don't lose track.

Remove all hardware, including hinges and screws. If you're getting new hardware, it likely won't align properly, so be prepared to redo these holes later.

Wipe each cabinet front with a bonding solvent. Allow 1 1/2 hours of drying time before troweling a thin layer of spackling compound over the entire surface to fill holes, blemishes and wood grain pores. Use a second coat if deep holes are evident.

Next, it's time to sand. Doing so eliminates any existing sheen or protective sealant from your cabinets, thereby allowing primer and paint to bond appropriately to the surface. Fine-grit sanding blocks or pads work best for most cabinet and drawer fronts; however, rough-grit sandpaper is acceptable for cabinets with a lot of lacquer or shellac.

Step Two: Add Primer

After vacuuming or wiping down the cabinets, add primer using pigmented shellac sealer and a 2-inch brush. Pour about 1 1/2- inches of your primer into a small can and dip the brush about 1-inch. Press the brush against the side of the can to remove excess primer. Don’t wipe it across the rim, as this removes too much primer. Shellac dries quickly, so move fast and avoid going back over areas that have started to dry. Try to avoid heavy buildup and runs, but don't be overly concerned with uneven patches.

Step Three: Paint

Brush on the first coat of paint, then smooth it out with just the tip of the brush. Follow each layer by sanding lightly using a fine-grit sanding sponge.Allow at least 8 hours for each layer to dry before going over it again. Work from top to bottom to avoid dripping on finished areas. Likewise, paint the insides of the cabinets before moving to the outside. If any paint spills onto a finished area, simply dab it with a cloth dampened with mineral spirits.

Step Four: Reinstall Hardware

Finally, it's time to reinstall door hinges, handles, pulls, mounting plates, and other hardware removed for the project. Once this is complete, attach the door fronts and reset the cabinets in place.

Getting ready for a move or remodel can be stressful. Call, email or use the contact form on the site to schedule a consultation today.



112 School St, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$424,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Lovingly updated village colonial w/picturesque front porch! Rich w/history, many recent updates yet maintaining the character & original features! Pretty brick walkway & post light. Inviting Pottery Barn style decor! Large living room w/hardwoods. White Country Kitchen w/granite counters, Gooseneck faucet, pine flrs & recent lighting, Walk In Pantry-Bead Board wall, roll out drawers, built in shelving, cookpot hook & Bosch dishwasher! Master Bedroom w/double closets & hardwood. 3 other generous size bedrooms all w/hardwoods. Renovated bathrooms, granite, brushed nickel faucets/pulls, tile floors, & Linen closets. Enjoy sliders off eating area to back patio, expansive side yard double lot on corner of Catherine Dr. neighborhood. Updates: Roof approx 8yrs.old, Harvey Thermopane windows, fresh interior paint, newer hot water tank & Bulkhead, MassSave Insulated. Beautiful perennial gardens, walk to downtown, library, Min. to highways, Wegmans, parks & more. Town sewer & water!
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