Homebuyers exploring the greater Boston area real estate market may want to take a look at a property recently listed as for sale in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Wicked Local reports that a Colonial built in 1995 has been put up for sale and it could go fast. Located at 52 Manor Avenue, the home is pristine and move-in ready for the buyer who doesn't want to go through the hassle of updating a property.
An Arts-and-Crafts styled home built in 1984 has recently been renovated with the latest in modern technology and convenience in mind. The Westport News reports that the current owners of the house at 3 Greenbrier Road, Westport, Connecticut, tore up carpets, installed new floors, moved walls and installed reclaimed wood throughout home.
A homebuilder who has constructed houses between Arizona and North Dakota has decided to custom-build his own residence. The Roundup Web reports that Dean and Shelley Hayes sold the farm they had lived on and purchased a property in Alexander, Montana. The couple decided to build their own home to ensure that they could spend the rest of their lives together in a space that was designed to suit their needs.
In Boston, like most of the Northeast, there is piles of the snow flowing down from the sky. It seems Mother Nature is having her way with the region once again and letting the white stuff coat the streets. For many locals, the love of the snow has decreased in the wake of constant winter storms and they are taking cover once again in their homes.
It's not uncommon for consumers who are making the transition from renters to homeowners to decide to take a baby step and purchase a condo.
The Marble House, the TriBeCa triplex that is known for the liberal and extravagant use of the natural stone material throughout its design, has recently been sold.
The high-quality features that make a house a home are crucial. In luxury properties, potential homebuyers are typically looking for more amenities than are included in most properties. Everything from the ceilings to the floors in an upscale home must include an exceptional feature.
It seems like the northeast can't go more than two weekends in a row without meteorologists predicting that a winter blizzard will soon be coating the region in the white stuff. Snow, snow and more snow has been on the forecast for the past couple of months.
An architecture showcase in Vancouver was recently sold. The Vancouver Sun reports that the modern structure is 2,920 square feet and located at 4038 West 38th Avenue.
A 63-year-old colonial home is currently listed as for sale. Waltham Patch reports that the character displayed in this traditional home and the sound structure could attract a number of buyers. Located at 54 Thornton Road, Waltham, Massachusetts, the home is listed at $619,000 and contains eight rooms.