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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 2/6/2018

This Single-Family in Lynn, MA recently sold for $335,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Clements Realty Group.


11 Hudson St, Lynn, MA 01904

Single-Family

$334,900
Price
$335,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great Buy De-leaded (2015) with certificate 6 Room 3 Bedroom Colonial with 6x 27 Farmers Porch , Modern Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, Open Floor plan with formal dining room and large living room. Master Bedroom has walk in closet/storage all hardwood floors, Basement has a bonus Family room and half bath with sliders leading to 10 x 16 deck and above ground pool (New in 2016) and New FHA x GAs Heat (2015)

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Clements Realty Group on 2/2/2018

If youíre looking to update your home with a more chic, classic style black wall paint is the untraditional but obvious choice. Stand out from the crowd and a sea of white walls with this bold move.

Of course, not just any room can be painted black and called a look. A large room with bright, natural lighting is the perfect canvas to start with. Whatís great about black walls is that, as a classic color, it can work in any room.

Placement

Black walls look crisp and modern with the sharp contrast of white baseboards and even as an accent wall in an otherwise white painted room. For the bold and adventurous, a black ceiling with white walls, despite what you might think, bring height and space to a room.

Tie in your color choice with other elements. Black wallpaper with a white pattern, subway tiles with a dark grout and black and white patterned tile are great ways to do just that. In a kitchen, glossy black cabinets look seamless next to black appliances. While black beadboard and shiplap bring a welcome change to a dominating trend.

Decor

Mix textures to keep things dynamic instead of sterile. Soft white elements like a sheepskin throw, curtains paired with sleek crisp lines will have guests believing you had a professional design your home.

White pieces, whether the porcelain in your bathroom, the mantel in the living room or marble countertops in the kitchen keep your space balanced. Furniture and flooring made of wood in lighter shades look best against the dark backdrop. Take a note from the Scandinavian stylebook by adding decor made up of burlap fabric, terracotta, fur, linen, and stone.

Color to Pair

Bronze and gold hardware add glamour and, when in the form of t-bars style drawer pulls, a very chic, minimalist take on the look. Keep an eye out for utensils, decorative bowls, serving trays and sculptures in these metallic hues to add to your room. And with these colors still growing in popularity they shouldnít be too hard to find!  

Navy helps to tone down the harshness of black while carrying the deep complexity of the darker color throughout the room. Light hues in addition to white, like creams, beiges, and grays maintain balance and brighten the room.

Bright colors add an unexpected pop against the neutral hues. Olive and forest greens add a rich, deepness while pinks, reds and yellow add a playful touch. Add in a dose of color with throw pillows or artwork. Or allow a piece to grab your visitors attention such as a sofa.

Painting a wall black is not for the faint of heart. Itís certainly a bold move but not an outlandish one. Instead, the final result is decidedly chic and even feels couture.





Posted by Clements Realty Group on 1/26/2018


33 Addison Ave, Lynn, MA 01902

Rental

$1,700
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
First floor in nice quiet neighborhood off of Eastern Ave, steps to CVS. Large spacious rooms, and floor plan is flexible. Living room can be used as a large third bedroom. Hardwood floors throughout. Spacious eat-in kitchen. Bathroom with clawfoot tub. Huge enclosed 3 season porch and shared rear yard. Owner-occupied house. Parking is easy on street but car can park in driveway during snow emergencies. Washer dryer hook up in basement.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 1/26/2018


152 Lynnway, Lynn, MA 01902

Commercial

$650
Price

2
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
189,102.00
Lot Size
Gorgeous and modern**LUXURY**office space available at Seaport Landing, with a panoramic ocean view; tastefully renovated this year. Oh the amenities! Included: **All utilities**Air conditioning**Ample parking**Huge ocean front roof deck**Gym**Conference room**Elevator building**All maintenance** Cubical for assistant/receptionist also available for additional fee. First, last, and broker fee required. Call today to see this great space!
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Tags: Lynn   Real Estate   01902   Commercial  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Clements Realty Group on 1/26/2018

Once you move into a new home, you are probably worried about furniture and pots and pans. You should, however, be concerned about what is going to go on your walls. Artwork and photographs are among some of the most important things that you will have in your home. They are what gives your home character. 


The problem with art, and decorating in general is that thereís so many different mistakes that you can make in your home that have an impact, but youíd never even realize it. Here, weíll explain some of the most common art and art decor mistakes that are made in homes and how to avoid them. 


Placing Your Art At The Wrong Height


If you hang a framed piece either too high or too low on a wall, itís going to look awkward. The art should be a sensible distance from other things on the wall. You can use your fireplace, sofa, or bed as a frame of reference to see if the picture is displayed strangely. The same rule goes when it comes to other pieces that are placed on shelving. Be sure that shelves or display tables come at an appropriate height for the room.


Art Thatís Not The Right Size For The Room


Hanging a giant piece of art in a small room will leave you wondering whatís off with the space. The same goes for hanging a really tiny piece of art in a larger room. Your art should be to scale of wherever you decide to hang it. Donít buy an extra large statue if you know you donít have a room that can house it without looking out of sorts. You can break this rule a bit from time to time. Sometimes, a large painting will look wonderful in a room, no matter how big it is. Use your judgement when it comes to artwork and its proportions within your home.      


Same Old Same


If you donít have enough variety in your home, itís like going to a museum where every room has a theme. This type of decorating can make your home feel stuffy. When everything matches, like your overly beach-themed bathroom, it gets boring. Colors should blend, but they donít have to match. Think of how to integrate a few types of decor when it comes to adding personal touches to your home, especially when using artwork, sculptures, and photos.


Every Wall Is Full


You donít need to stuff every wall of your home full of pictures. Art doesnít actually belong on each and every wall of your home. Some walls deserve to be blank or sparse, depending on the contents of the room. Also, hanging too much art gives you the illusion of chaos in the home, and you donít want that feeling to come across and cause undue stress.







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