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81 Holden Rd, Sterling, MA 01564

Single-Family

$384,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Not your traditional Ranch, spacious home offers plenty of room to spread out, cozy nooks , porches and decks overlook the wooded wonderland backyard oasis. DCR watershed borders this property with a quick walk to a Pond .Open kitchen, din area, frplc liv room, master bedroom suite with sitting area, master bath and great closet space and dressing room. A large family home office or family room features cathedral ceiling, built ins and wired for sound is located on the second floor . Tranquil heated spa room overlooks the woods. Finished basement with tile floor , a real laundry room with loads of space and a good sized storage room tile floors and a propane gas stove. 2 car heated garage The backyard is a peaceful sancutuary with a goldfish pond, fire pit seating area and BBQ patio area. 2 storage sheds. Natural landscaping. There is aprox .63 acres in Sterling and .37 acres of the property is in Holden. Assessment and taxes listed are for Sterling portion of property only
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January 21 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
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81 Holden Rd, Sterling, MA 01564

Single-Family

$384,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Not your traditional Ranch, spacious home offers plenty of room to spread out, cozy nooks , porches and decks overlook the wooded wonderland backyard oasis. DCR watershed borders this property with a quick walk to a Pond .Open kitchen, din area, frplc liv room, master bedroom suite with sitting area, master bath and great closet space and dressing room. A large family home office or family room features cathedral ceiling, built ins and wired for sound is located on the second floor . Tranquil heated spa room overlooks the woods. Finished basement with tile floor , a real laundry room with loads of space and a good sized storage room tile floors and a propane gas stove. 2 car heated garage The backyard is a peaceful sancutuary with a goldfish pond, fire pit seating area and BBQ patio area. 2 storage sheds. Natural landscaping. There is aprox .63 acres in Sterling and .37 acres of the property is in Holden. Assessment and taxes listed are for Sterling portion of property only
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Many of us will move home several times throughout our lives. Whether it’s relocating for work, needing a bigger house for children, or a quiet place to retire to, it’s likely that the home you live in now won’t be yours forever.

 As a result, many homeowners wonder what they can do to ensure their home will have a high resale value when the time comes to move on.

 The good news is that there are a lot of things you can do now that will give you a good return on investment when it comes to selling your home later. However, there are a few factors that affect a home’s valuation that are out of your control. We’ll talk about all of those factors below. So, read on for a list of the factors that affect your home’s resale value.

 The age of your home

Your house may not complain about it, but it isn’t getting any younger. Homes tend to slowly decrease in value over time. A home built in the late 1970s, even if it’s well taken care of, most likely won’t sell for the same price as a 15-year-old home.

There is one exception to the rule, however, and that is historical houses. Homes that are a century old can sell for top dollar because of the craftsmanship and history that the house contains.

Admittedly, this is a niche market, as many people just want a safe and efficient home to live in. However, there are some homebuyers who will put in a bit of extra work around the house for the chance to live inside of a piece of history.

Smart renovations

When you’re upgrading your house it’s important to remember how that upgrade will pay off years down the road. Some renovations will almost always give a good return on investment such as a finished basement or attic and improving efficiency via added insulation or replacing windows.

Renovations that match a very specific decorative taste or style could come back to haunt you. This includes bathroom sinks, kitchen cabinets, countertops, and other expensive projects that are subject to the next owner’s taste. While these upgrades can give a good return on your investment, they’re more likely to be successful if they fit the current trends of style and craftsmanship.

Neighborhood and town

One of the factors of home valuation that you have little control over is the town and neighborhood the house is located in. If there are closed down businesses, foreclosed and deteriorating homes then potential buyers might be turned off to the neighborhood.

Similarly, the town you live in has a lot to do with how much people are willing to spend. If you have easy access to interstate highways and large cities, highly rated schools, and good local infrastructure, then buyers are likely to take these into consideration when making an offer, as the average cost of a home in your town is likely higher than some surrounding towns.


Showings start Thurs 1/18/2018 at 12:00 PM~~~ Move right into this 4 bedroom 1 bath Cape with potential for expansion. Great location, close to schools, pools, highways and byways! 1 car garage, mudroom/breezeway to shake off before entering. Hardwood floors throughout the first floor, spacious living room features bookshelves and brick fireplace. The kitchen with laminate counters opens to the living room. A good sized first floor master. Additional room for use a a playroom, nursery, office with a closet or bedroom. Second floor has 2 large heated bedrooms with carpets and lively paint, waiting for your new ideas! The basement has an additional heated room which can be used in a variety of ways plus "workshop" space. Plenty of room for more finished area. Replacement windows in the living room, kitchen and second floor bedrooms. New full gutters in 2016. Beautiful flat lot has seasonal flowers and trees in the summer with a row of lilac bushes along the property line

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339 Salisbury St, Holden, MA 01520

Single-Family

$265,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Showings start Thurs 1/18/2018 at 12:00 PM~~~ Move right into this 4 bedroom 1 bath Cape with potential for expansion. Great location, close to schools, pools, highways and byways! 1 car garage, mudroom/breezeway to shake off before entering Hardwood floors throughout the first floor, spacious living room features bookshelves and brick fireplace. The kitchen with laminate counters open to the living room. A good size first floor master and another room for a playroom, nursery, office with a closet or a bedroom. Second floor has 2 large heated bedrooms with carpets and lively paint, waiting for your new ideas! The basement has an additional heated room which can be used in a variety of ways plus a work space for the men. Plenty of room for more finished area. Replacement windows in the living room, kitchen and second floor bedrooms. New full gutters in 2016. Beautiful flat lot has seasonal flowers and trees in the summer with a row of lilac bushes along the property line.
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