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Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/29/2020

This Single-Family in Upton, MA recently sold for $575,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Millennium Realty.


4 Brousseau Drive, Upton, MA 01568

Single-Family

$599,900
Price
$575,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Desireable Goss Pond Estates! Very special home located in a great neighborhood is ready for new owners. Great Floor Plan for Entertaining. Spacious Kitchen with sliders to deck overlooks private rear yard. and is just steps away from the Formal Dining Room. Eye-Catching Family Room accented by Skylights and Fireplace is a show stopper with room for everyone. Downstairs Sound Proofed Media Center includes 144" Wide Screen, 7 speaker surround sound and all the necessary components for the latest screening,! 2nd Floor provides Master Suite, 3 additional bedrooms and full walk-up to attic. Updated Furnace and Holding Tank. 16 Zone Sprinkler.

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Tags: Real Estate   Single-Family   Upton   01568  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/27/2020


9 ROGERS ST., Milford, MA 01757

Single-Family

$369,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Enjoy one level living in this well-maintained 3BR 1BA Ranch located in a cul-de-sac neighborhood. Spacious living room complete with hardwood floors, fireplace, and bay window is great for entertaining. Three bedrooms boast hardwood floors throughout. Finished basement with wood burning stove adds even more living space. Versatile backyard features an open hearth, dedicated fenced-in pet space, and storage sheds. Detached 2-story building can serve as a garage, workshop, studio, recreation room, or storage space. Located minutes to Rte. 495.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/26/2020

Your kitchen is an often used room and can become cluttered very quickly. There are plenty of strategies that you can use to keep the room in order. Below, you’ll find tips that will help you to keep your kitchen decluttered and your supplies organized once and for all! 


Make Space For Storage


This sounds like an obvious need in any room of the house, but the kitchen is a place where you need ample storage. There are a few ways to do this. Outside of your cabinets, you can install freestanding storage units, like shelving or extra cabinets. Even an armoire can help you to have a space to beautifully display your dishes. 


Under your sink, you can keep your most frequently used items like soap, sponges, and detergent in easy to access solutions. Either install a small turntable, or simple get bins that can be labeled and pulled out as needed. This will keep everything you need together neat and tidy. It will be difficult to actually disorganize this space once you have completed this small task. 


Coffee Time


What would a kitchen be without coffee? If you brew a cup of joe every morning, you’ll want easy access to coffee supplies. Dedicate a space next to the coffeemaker where you’ll keep the coffee, mugs, beans, and other supplies. You can even keep your travel mugs near this space within reach when you’re running out the door. If there’s little room on the counter, hang hooks on the wall to keep coffee mugs and travel mugs out of the way.


Tackle The Trash And Recycling


There’s nothing worse than having trash and recycling all over your kitchen. Keep these items concealed in dedicated cabinets. The perfect place for the trash and the recycling is next to the sink since that’s the most convenient location for the trash to be in. 


The recycling will follow the same pattern as it needs to be rinsed out and ready to go outside in the bins.  


Keep The Family Organized


A kitchen is a great place for you to have a center of communication for your family. This is where a bulletin board can be placed with important documents. A calendar listing all of the family’s activities and appointments can be hung for everyone’s reference. This area make use of a small space that would otherwise be wasted in your kitchen. It also serves a dual purpose in keeping the family organized.


Small changes can make a big difference in the kitchen when it comes to clutter, storage, and organization. Once you get started, keeping the clutter at bay can be very easy.




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Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/24/2020

This Single-Family in Uxbridge, MA recently sold for $540,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Millennium Realty.


300 CROWNSHIELD AVE., Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$549,900
Price
$540,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful 4BR 3.5 BA Colonial sited on 1+ acre. Stunning two-story foyer with hardwood floors leads to grand living room with cathedral ceiling, gas fireplace and palladium windows for lots of natural sunlight. Expansive, cabinet packed kitchen boasts SS appliances, oversized center island with gas cooktop, pantry, and large eating area with view of private backyard and patio. Large 1st floor office is perfect for working from home. Luxurious Master Suite features spacious sitting area and 2-way gas fireplace leading to magnificient ensuite with jetted tub, large double vanity, shower, separate toilet area, and spacious walk-in closet. Guest bedroom, with private full bath, and 2 additional bedrooms, with Jack & Jill bath, all offer walk-in closets as well. Expanded driveway and serene backyard are perfect for entertaining. Conveniently located off Rte.146 for easy commute to Worcester, MA Pike, and Providence.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/19/2020

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Each year, flooding causes more than eight billion dollars in damages to homes in the United States. Despite that, many affected homeowners go on to sell their houses so that they can relocate. When your home has damage from a tropical storm, heavy rains, or rising water from a hurricane, here are ways to help your home retain its value.

The crucial first 48 hours

Do your best to minimize the damage. If you know flooding is possible, use sandbags around the foundation, board up windows, fill in crevices around vents and pipes with expandable waterproof insulation. After damage occurs, in the first two days, it is essential that you go through this checklist as quickly and thoroughly as you can.

  • Protect yourself. Flood water often has contaminants and dangerous materials, mold and bacteria. If your flooding includes back-up sewerage, this is especially crucial. Wear industrial-quality gloves, rubber boots, masks, and other protective gear.
  • Make lists of the damage. Walk around your home and write down everything that is affected by the water. Separate the list by those items attached to your home and those that are separate such as furnishings and personal belongings. These could be very long lists, so write down everything.
  • Take photos of all the damage with your smartphone or digital camera. Capture images of the walls, floors, cabinets, outlets, doors, windows, and ceiling if water leaked in from above — document everything.
  • Contact your insurance company. They will send out a catastrophic storm damage adjuster to assess the damages. Even if FEMA may cover the costs, ask your insurance adjuster to document everything as well. Compare their list to yours to make sure nothing is left off. Your insurance company may be able to help you restore and repair much of the damage. Professionally mitigated and restored damage makes a tremendous difference when you go to sell your home.
  • Once you've documented everything, remove anything that retains moisture from the house. These include carpet and padding, fabric, bedding, furniture, clothing, drywall, and insulation. Doing so lowers the opportunity for mold to take hold in the house. It only takes mold 48 hours to begin germinating, so time is of the essence.
  • Rent a dehumidifier to dry out your home. If your HVAC system is unaffected, run the air (heat or cold depending on outdoor temperatures) to help dry things out, too.
  • Using a utility knife, cut away and discard any damaged or wet drywall or wallboard and any damp insulation behind it. Spray the remaining walls and the framing of the damaged walls with a solution of nine-parts water with one-part bleach.

Repair or Sell "As-Is."

Make all repairs that your insurance or FEMA covers. If other repairs remain, you might decide to fix them yourself or sell your home just as it is. If you completely restore your home, it likely will sell for more. But if the return on your investment isn't high enough, you may end up losing out in the long run. Here is where you need the advice of a professional. Your real estate agent can help you determine which items to repair and which won't give you any return. Remember, though, that if your relocation is time-sensitive, whatever sells quicker can save you in the long run.




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