Open house on 2/17/2019 at 400 Bald Mountain Road Bernardston, MA 01337


Date: 02/17/2019 Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM  
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This beautiful Single Owner Cape Style Home, built in 1999, has been tastefully updated and well maintained throughout the years. The large and inviting front porch will lead you into the front entry hall and into a cozy Living Room with gleaming maple floors and charming fireplace. Open to the Dining Room and Kitchen with plenty of counter-top space and lots of storage. First Floor Laundry Room / Pantry. First Floor Bedroom is decently sized. Upstairs features a Master Bedroom with walk-in Closet and a Master Bathroom that is ready for your finishing touches, Second Bedroom, Office, and Full Bathroom. Attached 2-Car Garage . Situated on 1.57 Acre Lot just a short drive from I-91 and the Town Center. Large walk-out Basement offers much potential for more living space.

How To Spruce Up For An Open House Quickly

When you’re selling your home, things can get really busy, really fast. You want your home to be in tip top shape to give it the best chance of selling in a timely manner. There are a few things you can do in a short time frame that allows you to spruce up your home without breaking a sweat. Below, you’ll find some tips to help you bring your home to another level of wow before the open house. 

Check Your Front Door

All you really need to do is put a fresh coat of paint on your front door to brighten the look of your entryway. There’s something about a freshly painted front door that really makes a home look like new. 

Spruce Up The Landscaping

You can really do a minimal amount in your yard and make your home curb-appeal ready. Just rake some leaves, add some mulch, mow the lawn, and voila. It might be an all day project, but in the end, it will be worth it. As long as people have a good view and feel that your yard has been taken care of, the outside of your home is in the clear for an open house.  

Check The Outdoor Lights

Even though an open house will be happening in the daylight hours, people may be curious that there is adequate lighting on the outside of your home. Buyers can either check this while they are at the open house or they could go a step further and drive by the property at night. Adequate lighting allows for a sense of security and safety all throughout the outside of the property.  

Care For The Mailbox

Few places in your home are as neglected as the mailbox is. Add some fresh paint to your mailbox. You can use the same color as your front door for consistency. At the very least, clean up the mailbox to give it a better appearance. Make sure your house number is present somewhere on the box as well. This helps the property to have a sense of being a bit more inviting. People will also be able to find your home easier. 

Make Use Of Flowers

You should place flowers around your home on the day of the open house. Add a fresh cut bouquet to the kitchen table. Bring some potted plants and florals around your entryway. These simple touches really can make an impression when potential buyers visit your home. 

Remove Your Personal Stuff

From the outside in, traces of your life in the home should be put away. This means pet items, toys, games, photos, and celebrity shrines. The more free space a buyer has to envision themselves living in the home, the better.          

With these small extra touches, your open house is bound to be a success!

How To Get Your Home Ready To Sell

If you have hired a realtor to help you sell your home, you have already taken care of a good amount of the job that needs to be done to get the home sold at the right price. There is one important thing that you need to tend to as a seller- that’s getting your home ready to be shown. Once the home is on the market, your realtor will work with you to schedule open houses and times for the home to be shown privately. Whether you only have a few hours or a day or two to prepare for a home showing, there are a few certain areas that you need to tend to in order to help your home appear clean and tidy to impress buyers. 

Sweep Up

It doesn’t take very long to sweep down your hardwood and tile floors. After you do this, run over the floors with a mop to remove any stains that may be present on the floor. 

The Dust Rag Is Your Friend


If you have time, you can do a deep clean of your home. It also doesn’t take a long time to go over the surfaces of your home with a duster. Getting up the dust will not only make your home smell fresher, but it will appear cleaner as well. 

Make The Beds

Your mother told you for years that you need to make your bed in the mornings. She was right. Beds that have been made look much more presentable and homey than rooms with bedding strewn around. If your bedding is looking less than inviting and you have some time before your showing, you may want to pick up some new bedding. The small details are so important when it comes to selling your home, and making the home look inviting is one of them.       

Clear The Clutter Out

Whether it’s piles of clothes on the floor, dirty dishes in the sink, or papers on the counters, clean it up! While you want to give prospective home buyers an idea of what it’s like to live in a place, the home doesn’t need to look “lived in.” Try and get rid of the personal traces that you leave behind as you prepare to sell your home. As a bonus, you should also make sure the trash is empty and fresh. 

Vacuum The Rugs

Running a vacuum over your rugs can really help to freshen the home. If you have pets, this will help remove the odor that animals leave behind. It will also provide a fresh surface for anyone who is touring your home to walk on. 

Turn On The Lights

When you leave the house for a showing or open house, definitely make sure that all of the shades are open and the lights are on. A bright home is an inviting home.      

 

Open house on 11/4/2018 at 106 River Street Bernardston, MA 01337


Date: 11/04/2018 Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM  
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Originally built in the 1700’s as a farmhouse, this lovely home has seen a rebuild in the 1800’s due to a fire. In 1958, it was modified to a Cape Cod style home with a remodel in the 1980’s.This unique home sits on 2.65 acres. The 1st floor features a kitchen with dining area and fireplace w/wood stove insert, formal dining room w/bay window leads into a formal living room, 2nd living room/den w/fireplace, 3 bedrooms, full bath, and a laundry room. 2nd floor will impress you with a spacious bonus room with sky lights, fireplace, and a full bath (this room could also be used as the master bedroom), also on the 2nd floor is a small den/office and a sitting room w/built-in bookcases. There is access to a large attic space off the bonus room. Newer windows, updated systems, plenty of storage throughout. Detached 1 car garage with workshop and additional spare room offers many possibilities.The in-ground swimming pool has a new liner, pump, slide and a solar cover.