Sumathi Narayanan Realty - Shrewsbury MA Real Estate, Grafton MA Real Estate, Ashland MA Real Estate


Gorgeous 3 Bed 2.5 Bath Jamison style townhouse in desirable Hilltop Farms Community. Open floor plan with plenty of natural sunlight, formal dining area with hardwood flooring, large family room with recessed lights and a ceiling fan. Bright kitchen with plenty of cabinet space, Corian counter top, center island and slider access to deck. Large master suite in 2nd floor, walk-in closet, spacious master bath with double vanity, soaking tub and shower area. Additional good sized bedrooms in 2nd floor and good closet space. Gorgeous finished walk-out basement wired for home theater setup that is perfect for entertainment.  Excellent location, convenient access to major routes. Come and see this beautiful house. Seller to provide $2000 appliance credit at closing. Showing begins at open house on Sat, 06/17 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

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Behind your doors and windows lies everything you hold dear. Your family, pets, important documents, expensive laptops and televisions, and any number of things rely on the hope that no one will break into your home. In spite of this, many people choose not to take the best safety precautions available, whether it is because they feel safe in their neighborhood or they think they can't afford a security system. As home security technologies advance, homeowners and renters get a growing selection of security systems. Finding a security system that works with your budget while still keeping you safer is possible. However, learning about the various systems and choosing one that works best for your needs is the hard part. In this article, we'll cover the basic types of security systems and what they offer so you can make the best decision for your home and family.

Monitored or unmonitored

One way of dividing up security systems is monitored and unmonitored. Monitored systems depend on landline, cellular, or broadband connection to communicate with the security provider who will call your home and alert authorities in case of a break-in. Unmonitored systems, on the other hand, rely only on alarms such as sirens and flashing lights. Monitored systems that are connected via landline have the disadvantage of being cut or by losing connections due to power outages. Cellular-based systems (a.k.a. wireless monitoring) have the advantage of staying up even if your telephone line is cut. One disadvantage of monitored systems is that they often come with monitoring fees. The disadvantage of unmonitored systems is that it relies on your neighbors to call the police in case of an emergency. The problem with this is that not all neighbors are going to go see if everything is okay until it's potentially too late.

Contracts and Installation

Depending on whether you rent or own your house and how long you plan to stay in your house, you'll want to read over contracts before signing away. If you plan on moving or are only leasing your apartment, it might be a better option to buy a system outright that you can set up yourself at your next home. Systems that rely on technicians for installs may charge you fees for having to relocate or uninstall your system.

Added features

Home security and home automation are two separate industries that have become one due to similarities in the way they function. Many home security companies now offer automation technologies that allow you to control various items in your home remotely. If you can't remember if you locked your door or if you need to unlock it for a house guest, there's no need to leave work--just hit a button on your smart phone to unlock the door. Other systems even allow you to answer your doorbell remotely from your smartphone in the same way that you would have a conversation on your phone. If you are paranoid about checking up on your house, you could go with a system that allows you to view your security cameras live feed right from your phone or computer.   Now that you know the basics of home security systems, go check out some of the top rated providers and compare prices. You'll soon be on your way to making your home an even safer place for you and your family.  

This Single-Family in Shrewsbury, MA recently sold for $560,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Sumathi Narayanan Realty - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY.


7 Pheasant Hill Dr, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$534,900
Price
$560,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Simply stunning, turn-key home in pristine condition, located in the popular Hills Farm Estates. Great flow on first floor w/ glorious living room, gleaming hardwood floors, cozy fireplace, updated kitchen w/ gorgeous granite counters, large pantry & tile floor. Generous dining room w/ over sized windows, allowing the sunlight to pour in. Prepare to be amazed at the ENORMOUS master bdrm suite w/ vaulted ceiling, walk-in closet & large bathroom w/ convenient laundry area. 3 additional generously sized bdrms & one with private full bath. Bonus finished LL offers additional play space w/ walk-out to the level backyard. Enjoy outdoor entertaining this summer in the 3 season porch, overlooking an above ground pool surrounded by mature plantings and woods beyond. Recent updates include exterior paint & new windows. Ideally located close to picturesque pond, shopping/restaurants and commuter rail. Showings start at the open house Sunday from 1:00-3:00

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As a home seller, you'll need to declutter your residence before you add it to the real estate market. By doing so, you'll be better equipped to ensure that your home makes a positive first impression on homebuyers. Decluttering also guarantees that you'll be able to get rid of unnecessary items prior to an upcoming move. Clutter may seem overwhelming, especially if you encounter tall stacks of items in your attic or basement. Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to get rid of unnecessary items, including: 1. Donate your items to charity. Do you have quality clothing, housewares or other items that you won't need in your new home? Donate them to charity, as this will allow you to give your items to an organization that will be able to provide them to families in need. Donating your unnecessary items to charity may enable you to receive a tax write-off as well. That way, you can provide these items to an inspirational charity and save money on your annual taxes. Many charities are available in cities and towns nationwide, too. Thus, you should have no trouble finding a charitable organization to accept your donations. 2. Sell your items online. Numerous websites are available that are designed to help you sell your items without delay. Therefore, you can list your items online and sell them to local or remote buyers. Listing your items online usually takes just a few minutes to complete. Plus, you can add descriptions and images to highlight your items to prospective buyers. Remember, when you list items online, you may or may not receive instant responses. But with a patient, diligent approach, you'll be better equipped to find interested buyers who will pick up items at your home. Or, you may be able to ship items to buyers in remote locations. 3. Throw out items that cannot be reused. If you find that you have many items that are in poor condition and can no longer be used, you should dispose of these belongings. In many cases, you will be able to put these items out with your weekly trash or drop them off at a local junkyard. On the other hand, an item like an old TV or a mercury thermometer may need to be taken to a hazardous waste facility for proper disposal. Are you uncertain about how to dispose of specific items that cannot be reused? Consult with your real estate agent, as this professional should be able to provide guidance and support. A real estate agent possesses the skills and know-how to help you simplify the process of decluttering, and ultimately, selling your home. As a result, this professional will be able to assist you during every step of the home selling journey. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips to ensure that you can enjoy a clutter-free home. By devoting the time and resources to eliminate excess items from your residence, you'll be able to minimize stress and guarantee that your residence is ready to be shown to prospective homebuyers.


37 Valley View Dr, Grafton, MA 01536

Single-Family

$584,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Presenting this gorgeous 4 Bed 3.5 Full bath 'Toll Brothers Built' colonial on a corner lot with side entry garage in sought after North Grafton North Grafton Ridge. Elegant 2-story foyer, 9 foot ceilings, open floor plan with huge kitchen, double wall oven, recessed lights and large center island, spacious family room with fireplace. Formal living/dining rooms and a office/study room in 1st floor. Home features two staircases leading to large bedrooms and a beautiful master bedroom suite with sitting area. 3 additional spacious bedrooms, one with attached full bath and a jack & jill full bath access to2 other bedrooms. Sliding door from Kitchen leads to the deck great for outdoor activities. Large walk out basement that could be finished for additional living area. Come and see this beautiful house.
Open House
Saturday
June 10 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
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