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Posted by Mark Consolmagno Michelle Curran Team on 7/21/2017

COME MAKE THIS YOUR HOME WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY PEACE,TRANQUILITY AND NATURE! ON PRIVATE WOODED LOT!**Spacious Cape set back from the road. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home has a large family room, a first floor master bedroom with master bath and is located near highways, schools and shopping.This is a homepath property

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Posted by Mark Consolmagno Michelle Curran Team on 7/21/2017

DON'T MISS THIS Spacious2 bedroom ranch on beautiful flat lot. Enjoy seasonal views from the deck overlooking the expansive back yard - ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. Inviting fireplaced family room creates a welcoming entrance. eat-in kitchen offer plenty of space for family gatherings, home also has two full baths, 2 fireplaces, walk-out basement that is partially finished for more living space Great commuter/shopping location. The Seller must comply with HUD Guidelines 24 CRF 206.125 and property is sold "as is"

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Posted by Mark Consolmagno Michelle Curran Team on 7/19/2017

This Single-Family in West Brookfield, MA recently sold for $200,000. This Cape style home was sold by Mark Consolmagno Michelle Curran Team - RE/MAX Advantage I.


15 Sheldon Dr, West Brookfield, MA 01585

Single-Family

$209,900
Price
$200,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Come see this charming Cape home steps from the West Brookfield common. This 7 room, 3 bedroom, 1 bath Cape has hardwood floors, a fireplaced family room off the kitchen, a formal dining room and a first floor master bedroom. New windows, roof and vinyl sided with a 2 car garage. This 1400+ SF home also has room to expand in the basement.

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Posted by Mark Consolmagno Michelle Curran Team on 7/19/2017

Buying a new home is a commitment. Not just to a mortgage but to the house itself, the neighborhood and your local community. And for many, this is part of what makes purchasing a new home so rewarding. To have a place to truly settle into and call their own. Part of that settling in includes crafting a timeless interior that will welcome you home for years to come.

But going about creating a timeless home can feel intimidating. Magazines and television shows focus on the trends and how to keep up with what’s current. Following these cues will only leave you with a home that will become quickly outdated.  

The key is to mix a variety of styles both old and new. Resist settling for one particular style for a home that seamlessly transcends the decades to come. And while you don’t want to fully jump into any one trend, adding a few accent pieces will keep your home fresh and modern. Art, throw pillows, and small details are the perfect decor pieces to take advantage of trends with. Large investment pieces, however, are best kept neutral and in a style that has already proven itself to be classic.

Styles that earn the title of classic are usually simple with just one element that reflects the era of its inspiration. Think a couch with tufting but in a warm beige or a table with ornate millwork that boasts its natural wood coloring. Whereas a tufted couch in a print or ornate millwork painted a color from a trend that has come and gone will date the look of your whole room.

Neutral colors are best used for the majority of your color palette, leaving color for your accent pieces. That doesn’t mean your home needs to lack depth, however. Choose different tones for your paint swatches and reach for a variety of textures when adding fabrics. Having a diverse range of tones and textures will add visual interest without depending on color to do the job.

Natural elements such as wood, stone, and glass also help to bring depth to your neutral color palette and maintain a timeless look. Wood flooring is well worth the cost in the long run both in terms of maintenance and style. An exposed brick wall makes a statement without becoming dated. A leather couch or armchair adds warmth and sophistication. While cotton, linen and wool textiles add natural texture to your furnishings.

Homebuyers often dream about the decades to come spent in their new home’s rooms. They want to spend time living life’s moments to the fullest and not fussing over decor every ten years. Creating a timeless look for your home doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Keeping to a neutral color palette and natural elements guarantee a classic home that you will love coming home to for years to come.  




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Posted by Mark Consolmagno Michelle Curran Team on 7/13/2017

DON'T MISS THIS Spacious2 bedroom ranch on beautiful flat lot. Enjoy seasonal views from the deck overlooking the expansive back yard - ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. Inviting fireplaced family room creates a welcoming entrance. eat-in kitchen offer plenty of space for family gatherings, home also has two full baths, 2 fireplaces, walk-out basement that is partially finished for more living space Great commuter/shopping location. The Seller must comply with HUD Guidelines 24 CRF 206.125 and property is sold "as is"

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