Elisha Lynch | Worcester Real Estate, Holden Real Estate, Shrewsbury Real Estate


This Single-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $265,000. This Bungalow style home was sold by Elisha Lynch, Realtor® SRS - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY.


11 Woods Avenue, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$250,000
Price
$265,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Multiple Offers - Highest and best due by 5:00 pm on Tuesday May 22nd! Here is the one you've been waiting for! Welcome to this spacious and charming bungalow on the desirable Worcester Holden line. This home offers so much character featuring much of the original woodwork, built in china cabinets, bookshelves, french doors, crown molding, wainscoting and absolutely gorgeous maple hardwoods. In addition to the wonderful flow of this lovely home, storage is plentiful between the many closets and full access attic. Enjoy those soon to come warm summer evenings on your large deck overlooking this private .69 acre lot, which is perfect for entertaining! You'll love the friendly neighbors and quiet neighborhood while remaining minutes to commuter access as well as shopping, dining and entertainment. Your kids will love the brand new elementary school and recently renovated park, both a hop, skip and jump away. Nothing to do here but move in ... Welcome Home!

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1120 Whittemore Street, Leicester, MA 01524

Single-Family

$370,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome to this absolutely stunning colonial on the beautiful Leicester/Paxton line, offering 2,600 gorgeous sq. ft of living space with an abundance of windows producing tremendous natural light throughout. With no shortage of character and charm, you will find lovely hardwood flooring, gorgeous wood trim, built in shelving, recess lighting, three fireplaces; one of which is in the master and an incredible great room addition where every single detail was thought out. Enjoy 1.22 acres of private setting and serene views opposite peaceful state wildlife land. This amazing home also offers quality 2x6 construction, a brand new (2018) state of the art septic system, plentiful storage, including a full walk up attic and 3rd bay of the already oversized 2 car attached garage and workshop for all your tinkering needs, This home has been well loved and maintained by the same family for the last 26 years and is ready for a new wonderful family to embrace it's next chapter with. Welcome Home!
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Most homeowners can get by just fine without a backyard shed, so it might be a stretch to call it a "necessity". However, when your yard does not have a shed, you may be missing out on many advantages ranging from convenience to being more organized and efficient. There's also a lot to be said for being able to store, protect, and quickly find the right tools, gardening supplies, or pool chemicals when and where you need them.

If you're a serious gardener, swimming pool owner, or do-it-yourself landscaper, a backyard shed can make your life a lot easier and your maintenance work less of a chore. Since a small shed can run you as little as $300, affordability is usually not an issue—especially when you factor in the long-term benefits.

Whether you decide to build your own shed, hire a carpenter to do it, or buy a prefabricated one, it's an expense that's not difficult to justify. Here are a few of the many ways that a shed can serve your needs for years to come:

  • Reduces clutter in your basement and garage: As all homeowners know, it doesn't take long for basements and garages to get cluttered and disorganized. By designating a separate space for things like tools, small machinery, gardening supplies, and pool chemicals, you'll make it a lot easier to maintain order in your home (and other storage areas).
  • Good solution for storing riding mowers: The typical garage gets filled up pretty quickly with two vehicles, several bicycles, trash barrels, barbeque grills, golf clubs, tires, and other miscellaneous items. Squeezing in a riding mower among all those other things can be difficult, if not impossible! The solution: A large-enough shed with a sturdy ramp for driving your rider mower in and out.
  • Protecting tools from the elements: Metal tools sometimes get left outside when there's not a convenient place to store them, and moisture can wreak havoc on their condition and usability. By having a dry, protected place to store your gardening and landscaping tools, they'll last longer and provide more long-term value for you.
  • Other uses for a shed: Depending on the size of the shed and your family's needs, that extra space can be used for everything from firewood storage to woodworking projects, painting, and other activities. If you own a swimming pool, a nearby shed can be a convenient and relatively safe place to store sanitizing chemicals, pool maintenance equipment, inflatable toys, ladders, and pool games.
Although most people use sheds for storing tools, yard supplies, and equipment, a decent-sized shed can also be used as an art studio, a home office, an exercise area, or a game room. As the expression goes: The possibilities are limited only by your imagination (and your budget)!


This Single-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $212,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Elisha Lynch, Realtor® SRS - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY.


26 Indian Hill Road, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$209,900
Price
$212,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Absolutely adorable with great curb appeal. This vinyl sided two bedroom colonial with a wonderful front farmer's porch invites you in where you will find lovely hardwood floors, with charm and character galore. Front-back LR w/french doors off leads to lovely screened porch perfect for those warm summer nights,dining room with classic china closet, cheery kitchen with stainless steel appliances, mudroom/pantry and 1/4 bath off. Master bedroom w/hardwoods and walk-in closet and two additional closets, 2nd bedroom w/hardwoods,updated full bath,updated windows, nice yard and mature plantings. Great access to highways, shopping,schools,parks and more! Move-in ready!

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As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to generate interest in your residence. That way, it won't take long to start receiving offers to purchase after you list your home.

There are many signs that homebuyers may soon submit offers to purchase your residence, and these signs include:

1. Buyers are setting up home showings.

Even a single home showing is a positive sign for a home seller. And if you find that buyers are submitting regular requests to view your residence, it may be only a matter of time before you receive many offers to purchase your house.

Typically, it helps to be flexible when you sell your house. If you make it simple for buyers to view your house at their convenience, you may increase the likelihood that the right buyer will check out your home and submit an offer to buy it.

2. The same buyers have viewed your house multiple times.

An interested homebuyer may request to view your house more than once. In this instance, you may receive an offer to purchase from this buyer sooner rather than later.

As always, it pays to accommodate as many home showing requests as possible. If you make it easy for a buyer to view your residence multiple times, you can help him or her make an informed decision about whether to submit an offer to purchase your home.

3. Buyers have lots of questions about your house.

A home showing gives property buyers an opportunity to check out your house in-person. It also may lead these buyers to reach out to you for additional information about your home.

Remember, you should be ready to provide homebuyers with as much information as you can about your residence. If you offer homebuyers the information they request, you can help them determine whether your house is the right choice based on their individual needs.

For home sellers who want to go above and beyond the call of duty to stir up interest in a house, it may be beneficial to hire a real estate agent. In fact, a real estate agent will help a seller navigate the property selling journey and achieve the optimal results.

First, a real estate agent will meet with a house seller and set the stage for a successful property selling experience. He or she will offer insights into the local housing market and help a seller establish a competitive price for a residence. Then, a real estate agent will schedule house showings and open house events. And if a seller receives an offer to purchase, a real estate agent can recommend whether this individual should accept, decline or counter the proposal.

Want to streamline the house selling journey? Work with a real estate agent – you'll be happy you did. If you employ a real estate agent, you can get the help you need to showcase your residence to potential buyers and maximize your house sale earnings.




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