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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 5/24/2019


60 Michigan Ave, Lynn, MA 01902

Single-Family

$399,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
BEST DEAL IN TOWN! Great opportunity to own this state of the art open concept 7 room, 3 bedroom 2 full bath room home on the Swampscott line. This house has been 100 percent remodeled and has exotic bamboo hardwood floors throughout. New kitchen has new cabinets. granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Master bedroom features sliding glass doors that lead to a brand new deck. Large family room on the second floor is perfect for a game room, over sized office or play are and access to a finished room in the attic which is not included in the room count. Other features include brand new gas forced hot air heating system with central air, new electrical,plumbing and much more. Exterior features a fenced in yard, new siding,roof, windows,and a one car garage.
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May 26 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 5/24/2019

When shopping for your new home, you can investigate and gauge many things about the house itself and even about the neighborhood as a whole to help make the best decision. One thing that's difficult to gauge or even factor into your decision making is your immediate neighbors. You might be able to look at their yard to see how they care for their home, or you might be able to tell right away if they have a loud animal, but you won't know them until after you've moved in and have lived in the new house for a while. Even if you could know ahead of time if they have noisy barbecues or a teenager with an aspiring rock band should that play into your decision? Your initial neighbors might decide to sell their home, or they might actually be renters, so you have no idea how long they'll be there. While getting a read on the community as a whole is essentialódo people generally seem to care about their homes, are their clean streets and shared areas, etc.óyou shouldn't refrain from buying the best house for you because you're concerned about your neighbors.

So, what to do if you move into your new home and it turns out your immediate neighbors arenít so great?

If you find that your neighbor doesnít do much upkeep on their front yard, there isnít a whole lot you can do. If you see them when you're out mowing or weed-eating, you can offer to do theirs as well, as a friendly neighbor, but you can't go much farther than that. If their backyard has a lot of trash or messy kids toys or even a few old cars they haven't gotten around to working on you can do some things to keep their unsightly belongings from affecting an afternoon on your back patio.

  • Privacy fencing: If your home didn't have privacy fencing when you made the purchase, consider installing a new fence. There are affordable ways to implement privacy fencing that will create a visual barrier between you and your neighbor. Bonus ó if they have a dog that likes to bark at anything it sees, or it just doesn't get along with your dog, the fencing will help prevent unwanted barking and extra noise.
  • Plant trees or bamboo: Itís a bit costlier but installing a line of medium-sized trees that grow tall (and quickly) or installing a second layer of "fencing" with a row of bamboo will increase the visual and sound barriers in addition to improving the beautiful greenery in your yard.
  • Direct attention away: If your yard is big enough to have a couple of different living areas try placing those areas on the opposite side of the yard from your neighbors and direct attention to your useable space. Install a gazebo in the back corner or hang a shade awning over the patio. Circle furniture up around a built-in BBQ facing away from the other yard. Light up the areas you use with string lights or tiki torches and leave the view along the less than desirable fence line darkened.
  • Outdoor Sound System: It's tempting to overpower your neighbor's loud music, but you can install an outdoor sound system that focuses on the entertaining and living areas of your yard to create more of a sound barrier between their loud music, dogs or children. Kind of like how restaurants use loud music to give each table privacy, you can give yourself a bit of privacy, and peace with strategically installed speakers. 

Finally, be a good neighbor. The primary key to having good neighbors is to be one. Be friendly, be open and be inviting. Follow the same considerate living principles you desire from your neighbors. Engage with your neighbors and become acquaintances or even friends. Who knows, the dad next door with the son who wants to learn death metal might need a break from the noise too, and could be the best new addition to your guys night.

If you're not exactly sure how to approach an issue with your new living arrangement, speak with your real estate professional for the best advice.




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Categories: fences   privacy   lawn  


Posted by Clements Realty Group on 5/23/2019


21 Hillside Ave, Revere, MA 02151

Rental

$1,000
Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Available July 1. This is an excellent alternative to renting a studio or 1 bedroom apt. Instead share a gorgeous house with roommates who are busy and not home much at all. This Housing Share offers a lot more in terms of what's included, amenities in the house, storage space, and private space - so please read on! Share a gorgeous house with 3 other roommates, with rooms spread out over 3 floors. You would be sharing the very spacious and updated bathroom with one other roommate only. There is a ton of storage space.The private room available is actually two connected rooms and features two closets. All roommates share the upscale and fully applianced open concept kitchen, living room, dining area, and large deck. These areas are furnished, deck has a large patio set and grill. Cleaning of common areas included. Abundant closet space. Free laundry in house. 1 off street parking space. Heat, hot water, water, and wifi included. All roommates split electric bill. Singles only.
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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 5/23/2019

This Single-Family in Revere, MA recently sold for $371,500. This Cape style home was sold by - Clements Realty Group.


65 Tuscano Ave, Revere, MA 02151

Single-Family

$389,900
Price
$371,500
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Located in the highly desirable residential location is this single family home (West Revere). Cozy home with ample space throughout. Minutes to Revere Beach and a multitude of amenities. This home has been updated and well cared for and it shows. Exceptional hardwood floors throughout. New stairway leading to the second floor. Master bedroom in first level. Maintenance free vinyl exterior. Sliding door leading to a deck that opens out onto a private patio area and yard perfect for entertaining summer fun and family memories.

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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 5/21/2019


497 Walnut St, Saugus, MA 01906

Single-Family

$469,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This totally renovated 3 bedroom 1.5 bathroom cape sits on a corner lot with water views & is conveniently located to all major highways. This beautiful home features a new kitchen with new cabinets, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Large living room has a brick fireplace and is perfect for entertaining. Other updates include a brand new half bathroom, screened in porch and hardwood floors throughout. This home has a large 1 car attached garage with plenty of extra room for storage and is just steps from Lynn Woods.
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