Shana Lundell - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth | Bourne MA Real Estate



Lot C-1B Spring Avenue, Wareham, MA 02571

East Wareham

Land

$875,000
Price

2.50
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Builder Opportunity! Full Town Approvals through a Special Permit for (4) Duplexes (8) condo units. Project is all wooded on a great lot with good sand conditions. Town water available and natural gas can be brought to the site. Includes all plans, permits, and approvals ready to go. Property is Approx. 2.5 acres (Lot C-1 Spring Ave) with Site Plan and Septic plan all approved. Full Duplex architecture designs (Conceptual Building Plans & Recorded Special permit in hand/included). Full Engineering for entire project including septic design/permit
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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This Single-Family in Bourne, MA recently sold for $400,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Shana Lundell - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth.


43 Mirasol Dr, Bourne, MA 02532

Single-Family

$424,900
Price
$400,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
10 year young low maintenance pristine ranch style home in Pilgrim Pines neighborhood. Conveniently located near the Cape Cod Canal, shopping, restaurants, beaches, and easy on/off cape access. Oak cabinet kitchen with solid surface counter tops, dining area, and slider out to large back deck with pergola.Master bedroom off kitchen features HUGE walk in close, wall to wall carpet, and private bath with shower stall. 2 guest bedrooms on other side of home & full bath. Sun filled Living room features gas fireplace & oversized window.. Wired for surround sound, central ac, and natural gas here too! Separate laundry room. Full unfinished basement w/ bulkhead to back offers tons of extra storage space. Beautifully maintained landscaped yard with irrigation system for lawn and front mulch bed plantings..

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You've sold your house, and now, you have only a few weeks to pack up all of your personal belongings and move them out of your current residence. Time moves quickly, especially in the days after you accept a homebuyer's offer to purchase your house. Thus, you'll need to pick up essential packing supplies so you can prep your belongings and ensure you're ready to relocate without delay. So what are some of the must-own packing items for those who need to move out of a home? Here are four essential packing supplies that you'll need to take your belongings from one location to another quickly and safely: 1. Cardboard Boxes No packing checklist would be complete without cardboard boxes, as these boxes enable you to pack up items big and small and transport them between locations. Ideally, you'll want to pick up cardboard boxes of all sizes before you relocate. By doing so, you'll be ready to pack up a wide range of belongings, place them in cardboard boxes of different sizes and streamline the process of getting ready for an upcoming move. 2. Bubble Wrap Want to protect valuable antiques and other delicate items? Pack them in bubble wrap, and you'll be able to minimize the risk of damage to these items when you relocate to your new address. Bubble wrap is readily available and affordable, and it can make a world of difference when you're moving. Ultimately, it is always better to err on the side of caution when it comes to bubble wrap, too. And if you're uncertain about whether an item should be placed in bubble wrap, you may want to use as much bubble wrap is needed to safeguard this item and minimize the risk that it could break or be damaged during your move. 3. Duct Tape Duct tape is paramount because it enables you to seal any cardboard boxes instantly. Plus, the seal that duct tape provides is strong and will ensure that your belongings will stay in place throughout your move. Like bubble wrap, duct tape is easy to find and inexpensive. As such, you should pick up multiple rolls of duct tape as you begin packing, because doing so will guarantee you're able to pack up your belongings and store them in cardboard boxes safely. 4. Pens and Markers Want to label your moving boxes and ensure you're able to put them in the right place at your new address? With bright, vibrant pens and markers at your disposal, you can label your moving boxes to your heart's delight. Having a large array of pens and markers may make it easier to categorize your belongings as well. In fact, you can even use a color-coded labeling system to organize your belongings by room to ensure you can unpack quickly after you arrive at your new home. When it comes to relocating from one address to another, you'll want to do everything you can to make the moving process as simple as possible. And with the aforementioned packing supplies, you should have no trouble preparing for your move and guaranteeing all of your belongings reach your new home.

When you’re selling a home, remember that honesty is the best policy. If you do decide to be dishonest as a seller, there can be some major legal consequences heading your way at a later date. As a general rule, if you think you should disclose something then you probably need to tell the buyer about it. There are a few things that are major concerns for sellers. If you know about any of the events mentioned below, you need to include it in your seller’s disclosure.


Lead Paint


Lead paint is a major concern especially for families with children. If your home was built before 1978, you’ll need to sign a disclosure stating whether or not you know of any lead paint on the property. If you are unaware of any issues with the paint, then you are not legally obligated to provide information, since you don’t know any better. If you did know that the home was de-leaded or have had lead paint testing done, you’ll need to disclose this info for the buyer’s knowledge. 


Emotional Defects


If there was ever a death on the property that you knew about, you’ll need to disclose this to your buyers. Murders, suicides, and violent crimes all need to be revealed if they happened on your property. While it’s an unpleasant thing to think about, buyers have a right to know. Deaths that have occurred before a certain time span may not need to be disclosed. You can check with the specific rules in your own state.    


Paranormal Activity



When it comes to selling your home, there are certain things that you may find silly but others find that they need to know. This includes any kind of paranormal activity like ghosts. Some states require that you release any information you may have about ghosts on a property in order to sell your home. If you believe the house is haunted, you have an obligation to tell buyers about it. If an exorcism or other strange activity has occurred on the property, you’ll need to tell buyers about that as well. There’s no issue too small when it comes to disclosing things about your home.


Water Issues


If your home has any kind of flooding problems or drainage issues, you should tell your buyers about it. Everything from a basement that floods to standing water in the backyard can be an issue. If you know about it as a seller and do not tell your buyers, you could face some serious consequences from it. If you have fixed these issues in the past, it’s also worth adding to your disclosure as buyers will know that you have been proactive in taking care of any problems on the property.


This Single-Family in Plymouth, MA recently sold for $294,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Shana Lundell - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth.


67 Hillside Dr, Plymouth, MA 02360

Manomet

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$294,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome to Ocean Air Estates seaside neighborhood community located in South Plymouth. This spacious 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home features 2 fireplaces, hardwoods throughout many rooms and a versatile floor plan. A bonus 3rd floor walk-up room boasts cathedral ceiling & sky lights could be used as family room/office/guest room. Plenty of storage in unfinished walk out basement. Low maintenance yard with great deck for entertaining. Benefits of this small lot is that yard work is easy peasy and finished quickly, giving you more time to spend on what matters most in life! Walk to the association beach at the end of the street or short drive to downtown Plymouth to enjoy all the fantastic offerings.

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