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7 Burncoat Terrace, Worcester, MA 01605

Burncoat

Single-Family

$215,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Wait until you experience the charm of this wonderful Dutch colonial with beautiful natural hardwoods throughout. This lovely 3 bedroom home offers so much character with French doors, including a bi-swing separating the kitchen and dining room, which showcases two amazing built in China cabinets. The spacious living room features a beautiful large fireplace to enjoy those cold winter nights that are just around the corner. Perfect kitchen with plenty of counter space and cabinets as well as an amazing bay window that overlooks the fenced in back yard. Perfect sunroom provides a bright working space by day and a cozy reading nook by night. Large private deck, detached garage, close to shopping, dining and all major routes, making it a perfect commuter location!! Everything on your wish list is here, so don't delay!
Open House
Sunday
December 17 at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
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If you’d like to increase the value of your home by a slight amount before you even think of putting it on the market, you may be hesitant to make any kind of an investment. There are numerous upgrades that you can make to your home for under one thousand dollars. In the long run, these upgrades could help to save you some serious money. 


Put In A Programmable Thermostat


The majority of energy usage in your home is consumed by your heating and cooling systems. Using a programmable thermostat can help to keep the temperature inside your home stable throughout the day. Your heating and cooling system won’t need to continually start and restart to create a stable temperature in the home. This could be a great assistance in long-term energy and utility bill savings.


Get A New Toilet


If you want to impress buyers, put a new stylish looking toilet in your home. Upgrading your toilet can also bring your energy costs down. It will use less water with each flush and save you on your water bill.


Re-tile The Bathroom


Tiling a room yourself can be fairly inexpensive. It can also help you to breathe new life into the bathroom. Your tub will look brand new. Buyers will leave thinking that you have done an entire remodel of the bathroom. All you really need to do is replace some tile and grout. It’s a DIY project that can truly pay off with big dividends.


Re-tile Your Floors


Just like the bathroom, putting in a new kitchen tile or floor can really bring back some life into the room. Tile helps to rejuvenate the space by getting rid of dirty, tired flooring and backsplashes. 


If you need professional installation for any of these projects, you can splurge on it a bit. It does take some know how to understand the proper installation floor and backsplash tiles. Replacing the floors and tiles gives your home a new, clean look that will be an attractive upgrade to your home. 


Put Up New Window Fixtures


Replacing your blinds can really add something to each room of the house. Blinds can collect a lot of dust and dirt over time. While you may wash and clean them, sometimes, the dirt gets to a point where it’s completely stuck on. If you want to really make your buyers “wow,” try wood blinds. Most home improvement stores have a wide array of options for window blinds that allow you to customize both the size and style of your blinds.


Any upgrades that you can make to your home are an improvement for you while you’re living in it. These changes also allow you to get a bit more of a return on your property once you’re ready to sell.



7 Burncoat Terrace, Worcester, MA 01605

Burncoat

Single-Family

$215,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Wait until you experience the charm of this wonderful Dutch colonial with beautiful natural hardwoods throughout. This lovely 3 bedroom home offers so much character with French doors, including a bi-swing separating the kitchen and dining room, which showcases two amazing built in China cabinets. The spacious living room features a beautiful large fireplace to enjoy those cold winter nights that are just around the corner. Perfect kitchen with plenty of counter space and cabinets as well as an amazing bay window that overlooks the fenced in back yard. Perfect sunroom provides a bright working space by day and a cozy reading nook by night. Large private deck, detached garage, close to shopping, dining and all major routes, making it a perfect commuter location!! Everything on your wish list is here, so don't delay!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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This Condo in Millbury, MA recently sold for $309,900. This Townhouse style home was sold by Elisha Lynch, Realtor® SRS - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY.


4 Stratford Village Drive, Millbury, MA 01527

Condo

$309,900
Price
$309,900
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome to Stratford Village - Millbury’s newest 49 townhouse community offers exceptional value and amenities to meet the demands of today’s consumer. Set back on 20+ acres, Stratford Village offers a quiet countryside living yet convenient to schools, shopping, dining and major routes. Our Merrimac model offers 1426 sf of living space on one level, 1st floor master bedroom & laundry, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, granite kitchen with stainless steel appliances, hardwoods, and 2 car attached garage. With so many options to choose from and design customization, your home will reflect your individual style, taste and preferences. Call to tour our community. Using GPS - 42 Burbank Street will take you to our entrance

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Cats are deeply misunderstood animals (says a cat lover). It takes a patient and loving person to care for and create a bond with a cat. They can become your best friend just like a dog can. It’s important to know the best ways to win your cat’s heart over— as a happy cat means a happy home. Take a look at a few of the ways to your cat’s heart below: Catnip: Keep catnip, catnip bubbles and/or catnip toys on hand— there’s even a catnip bush that you can plant outdoors. Catnip will cheer up the grumpiest of cats. It will make the even laziest cat play. However, catnip is not recommended for kittens— they have enough energy. Toy Mice: As everyone knows, cats love to hunt. If you have an indoor cat, getting him/her a few toy mice is a great way to feed this instinct and without the real mice being left at your doorstep. Cat Towers/Shelving: Cats love to sleep and lounge around, but they also love to play and jump around, high above the rest of the world. Cat towers are perfect for both of those actions. If your home or apartment doesn’t have the room for a cat tower then consider adding shelving specifically for your cat. He/she will love to be able to jump from shelf to shelf and sit high above the rest of the animals and people in the home. He/she will feel especially safe and happy with the ability to be high above or down with you. Lots of Love: Cats and kittens love to snuggle and showing them the affection back will enhance that love. However, It’s important to notice the signs of distress, especially if your cat has claws. If you are getting a kitten, be sure to give them the love and attention they need. Although a cat is not a dog, they still require attention and some work. Kittens have a lot of energy just like puppies and it’s important to play with them just as you would with a puppy. Older cats may not have the same amount of energy but they still love to play and snuggle, too. Since animals can’t talk and you can’t read minds, they will always be unpredictable. But, providing your cat with the types of things listed above will enhance the likelihood that your cat will be a very happy cat. And above all pay attention to the signs your cat is giving you such as purring or pinned back ears. Those signs are the only indicators you have in understanding them.



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