Janet Cramb & Company/LAER Realty Partners



Posted by Janet Cramb on 11/30/2019


6 Mason Street, Pepperell, MA 01463

Mobile Home

$29,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Clark's Retirement Park offers a 55+ community. 1968 New Yorker mobile home 12x60. Bring you HGTV ideas to transform this well maintained mobile home to its full potential. Enjoy one floor living with open concept living room, dining room and kitchen. Plus an enclosed 3 season porch. Master bedroom with bay window. Second bedroom can be used as an office or for additional storage space. Full bath offers tub and washer/dryer hookup. Park fee is $505.00, which includes taxes, water, trash and sewer and snow removal.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 11/27/2019


80 Park Street, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$379,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Nestled on a secluded 2+ acre wooded country lot. Come home for the holidays and enjoy this 4 bedroom Colonial with 2 full baths. First floor offers dine in kitchen, formal dining room, living room and first floor bedroom or office. Easy access to laundry on the first floor. Family room offers plenty of natural light and access to back deck and yard. Master bedroom along with 2 additional bedrooms on the second floor. Lower lever finished with a game room and utility room. Open back yard with above ground pool. Plenty of room to expand for a 2 car garage.
Open House
Saturday
November 30 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
More Open Houses
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 80 Park Street, Pepperell, MA 01463    Get Directions

Similar Properties





Categories: Open House  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 11/27/2019


44 Mill Street, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$409,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Endless opportunities. Have you ever envisioned opening your own winery or bed and breakfast? This 1980s Antique colonial offers just the right accommodations and location for your entrepreneurial vision. Specifically zoned recreational this 2 acre lot can be used for a daycare, horticultural, commercial greenhouse,nursing home and more. Set back on a knoll overlooking the Nissitissit River this home is rich in history. Recent updates include exterior and exterior paint and new kitchen. Attached barn and garage offer plenty of space for a hobbyist or home based business. Title V Certified.
Open House
Sunday
December 01 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 44 Mill Street, Pepperell, MA 01463    Get Directions

Similar Properties





Categories: Open House  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 11/27/2019


80 Park Street, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$379,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Nestled on a secluded 2+ acre wooded country lot. Come home for the holidays and enjoy this 4 bedroom Colonial with 2 full baths. First floor offers dine in kitchen, formal dining room, living room and first floor bedroom or office. Easy access to laundry on the first floor. Family room offers plenty of natural light and access to back deck and yard. Master bedroom along with 2 additional bedrooms on the second floor. Lower lever finished with a game room and utility room. Open back yard with above ground pool. Plenty of room to expand for a 2 car garage.
Open House
Sunday
December 01 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 80 Park Street, Pepperell, MA 01463    Get Directions

Similar Properties





Categories: Open House  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 11/27/2019

It goes without saying that buying a home is time-consuming.

 First, thereís the financial planning to determine when youíre ready to buy a home. Then you need to get pre-approved for a mortgage and start looking for homes. After viewing several homes you finally find the perfect home. Then comes the difficult process of making an offer and negotiating the cost of the home. If all goes well, your offer is accepted and you get to enter the lengthy mortgage closing process. However, your work is not yet done. Youíll have to move out of your current residence and into your new home. All of this while juggling your work and social life.

 After all of this, it might seem like the only thing left to do is relax in your new home. While it may be true that you certainly deserve a break, there are some things you should do sooner rather than later when you move into your new home.

 In this article, weíll cover ten things you should do right away once you move into your new home.

1. Home security

Your chief consideration when moving into your new home should be making sure itís safe. The best first step to take is to change all of the locks on your house. In spite of how trustworthy the previous homeowner may have seemed, you can never be 100% sure who had spare keys to their home. Changing locks is quick and inexpensive, especially considering whatís at stake.

Another important step in home security is to put new batteries in and test all smoke detectors, make sure fire extinguishers are up-to-date, and ensure air filters are cleaned.

2. Set up your utilities

One of the first things you have to do when moving into a new home is to call your utility companies and transfer services into your name. Make a list of the services youíll need to set up (electricity, water, garbage removal, internet, home security, heating, etc.). This is also a good time to set up online accounts and autopay for these services. It will save you time each month and make it easier to keep track of your bills if you simplify this process from the get-go.

3. Self-inspection

You should have already had the home inspected by a professional prior to closing on the house. However, things can change in the time that someone moves all of their belongings out of a home and you move all of yours in. Wiring can be damaged, pipes banged, windows cracked, and so on. Do a thorough inspection of your home to check for leaks, broken wires, and fire hazards to be sure that your home is in good condition.

4. Deep clean

It might be tempting to just move your belongings into their new places once you arrive at your new home. However, the best time to clean a room is when itís empty. Before you set up your furniture or fill your cabinets, give them a thorough cleaning.

5. Familiarize yourself with circuit breaker and water valves

When disaster strikes, youíll want to be ready for it. Get to know your circuit box before the first power outage. Store flashlights in easily accessible places and make sure they have fresh batteries. Similarly, familiarize yourself with the main water shutoff valve in case you have a pipe burst. If the former homeowner lived alone and you have a large family, thereís a chance that the sudden surge in power and water usage could reveal issues with plumbing and wiring that the former owner wasnít aware of.