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


This Single-Family in Northborough, MA recently sold for $625,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Karen Scopetski - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


358 Davis St, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$639,900
Price
$625,000
Sale 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 chair rail & built in curio cabinet. Formal living room w/custom moldings & 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. Hardwood flooring thru-out. 1st floor laundry & Half bath. Master w/full bath. 3 other generous size bedrooms & full bath complete the 2nd floor. Authentic period detail w/modern amenities, superior craftsmanship & quality throughout. Updates to 30 year architectural roof, Windows & electrical. Fresh interior paint! Oversized 2 car attached garage w/extra storage. Gorgeous private 1 acre 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, 495 & commuter rail!

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44 Glen St, Westborough, MA 01581

Single-Family

$450,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Well Maintained 4 bedroom colonial in quiet setting offering abundance of privacy. Open flexible floor plan with large cabinet packed eat-in kitchen. Formal living room leads to the formal dining room both with hardwoods & a picture window. Beamed ceiling family room with fireplace, hardwoods and half bath. Master bedroom with full bath. 3 other generous size bedrooms all with hardwood flooring. Updated baths. All windows replaced & low maintenance vinyl siding. 2 car garage. Large deck overlooking the private yard is a great place to enjoy friends or have a family cook out. The home is surrounded by acres and acres of beautiful farm land! Top rated schools! A tranquil setting yet only 3 miles to town center, 2.5 to Westborough High School, Tufts University, Nourse Farm, and minutes to T Station! Brand new septic system to be installed!
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This Single-Family in Hopedale, MA recently sold for $415,000. This Cape style home was sold by Karen Scopetski - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


194 Hopedale St, Hopedale, MA 01747

Single-Family

$429,900
Price
$415,000
Sale Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This charming cape style home includes expansive addition w/over 3300 square feet of living space! In-law possibility or Master suite includes sunken family room w/cathedral ceiling, full bathroom , kitchen, cathedral master bedroom, 2nd bedroom & separate entrance. Living room includes a wood burning fire place, beautiful wood trim & adjoining study. The spacious cherry kitchen has newer stainless appliances, wood ceiling, recessed lighting, tons of corian counter space. Cathedral family room with picture window off kitchen. Open floor plan for todays lifestyle. Tons of hardwood flooring & skylights. Second floor has full bath & two additional bedrooms. In-law could easily be converted to a great room & first floor master suite to accommodate single-family living. New Anderson windows in main house, new roof 2019, new mitsubishi a/c units, new garage doors, updated electrical. Enjoy the In- ground pool, 2 deck areas, shed & fenced back yard provide many options for outdoor relaxation

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An HOA — or Homeowners' Association — is an organization in your subdivision or community that creates and enforces regulations and rules for the properties and residents. If a property is part of an HOA's jurisdiction, buying it automatically makes you a member. Therefore, you are required to pay HOA dues that cover the organization's costs and services. The strictness of HOA rules can vary significantly from community to community, and while some are very restrictive, others allow a wide range of changes to your property. It's essential to check in to what an HOA requires, costs and offers in a particular community or neighborhood before purchasing a home. Contrary to fictional portrayals, an HOA can be really beneficial to the homeowners by providing deals on local services and generally keeping the home values constant or increasing by keeping the neighborhood the same.

Collective Bargaining

In a lot of ways, you can think of an HOA like a homeowner's union. It gives you that collective bargaining power with larger agencies like utilities, city services and local governments. This power can save you a lot of money by getting members better deals on trash services or electricity, including landscaping with HOA dues and more. It's a well-known rule that the more you buy, the better prices you get. That means when a group of 50 homes is negotiating for a landscaping deal, they can get much better prices than if it's just one home. Don't feel like you're cheating the other business owners either. They offer lower prices because doing a bunch of things in one area lowers their overhead, and having a consistent client increases their overall profits.

Maintaining Home Values

The main job of any homeowners' association is to maintain property values. They do this not by restricting what you can do but by limiting what your neighbors can do. And yes, since you are a neighbor as well, you are also subject to the same neighbor restrictions. That means you typically can do whatever you want inside your home since that only affects you. However, you can only do things within a specific range to the outside of your home since that affects your neighbor's houses as well. The look of a neighborhood, especially neighboring homes, can significantly affect the value of a home and usually are outside the purview of the homeowner. HOAs seek to fix this by requiring that everyone keep their home up to the same standards and avoid practices that will devalue the neighborhood.

It's essential to understand the benefits and restrictions of living with an HOA, especially if you've never had one before. Your professional real estate agent will be familiar with or be able to get, the bylaws of any HOA that covers a home you are considering. Sit down and go over them together to ensure that those rules work with your preferred lifestyle.



124 Howard St, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$789,900
Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Elegant, impeccably clean, custom-crafted 2 year young colonial nestled along scenic road. Dramatic open Foyer, custom moldings, tons of windows that bring in the light. Gorgeous white kitchen w/pantry, granite counters, upgraded stainless steel appliances, hardwood floor, large center island & dining area. Open floor plan flows w/front to back Living Room/Dining Room combo. 1st floor home office offers privacy when working from home. Huge Family Room right off the kitchen with a gas fireplace. Incredible Master Suite with recent hardwoods, gorgeous spa like bath & large custom designed windowed walk-in closet. 3 other nicely sized bedrooms. High end oil rubbed bronze lighting thru-out. Recently finished lower level mud & play room w/day light windows. Beautiful stone patio overlooking private back yard & pretty stone walls. Close to town center, top rated schools, easy access to commuter rail, major highways, Solomon Pond Mall, Apex Center, & so much more!
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