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ALL OFFERS DUE TO LISTING AGENT BY MONDAY, 8/10 BY 4 P.M. Step inside this wonderful, well-maintained cape-cod home filled with amenities! Some of the many features of this amazing home include a spacious kitchen w/custom island/stainless steel appliances open to an attractive dining room, a large family room, a first floor bedroom (a perfect set-up for empty nesters), two full remodeled baths (first floor w/jetted tub/tile surround), two large bedrooms on the second level, a mudroom & a seasonal sun room leading to an awesome fenced-in rear yard w/irrigation AND an in-ground pool w/boardwalk deck surround (ALL NEW: pool light w/transformer, gfci breakers, motor & pump) & a heated garage w/walk-up above for additional storage. Other features include new landscaping, new driveway, new garage doors/motors, new hot water tank, new wine fridge, newer furnace, newer bulkhead, newer fenced yard. The photos tell the story! PLEASE FOLLOW COVID-19 CDC GUIDELINES. MASKS MUST BE WORN.

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This Single-Family in Taunton, MA recently sold for $427,500. This Gambrel style home was sold by JoAnn M. Drabble - RE/MAX Welcome Home.


16 North Walker Street, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$409,900
Price
$427,500
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
**ALL OFFERS DUE BY MONDAY, 6/29 BY 12 PM.** Welcome to this meticulously-maintained home that shows in pristine condition! This home shows pride of ownership throughout and is "turn-key" ready for you to move in! Some of the many features include a stunning remodeled kitchen w/granite counters/tiled back splash/island/stainless steel appliances open to a spacious dining room perfect for entertaining, a remodeled first floor full bath w/granite counter/tiled shower/tub, a large family room w/brick fireplace/pellet stove insert, a family room/den w/atrium door leading to an over-sized deck, three generous-sized bedrooms and a second full bath on the second level, a partially finished basement, beautiful hardwood flooring, central air-conditioning, newly-painted front exterior, town water & Title V approved, all situated on a manicured lot w/professional landscape. PLEASE FOLLOW COVID-19 CDC GUIDELINES. MASKS AND GLOVES MUST BE WORN. GLOVES PROVIDED AT PREMISES.

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249 Hart Street, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$380,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
ALL OFFERS DUE TO LISTING AGENT BY MONDAY, 8/10 BY 4 P.M. Step inside this wonderful, well-maintained cape-cod home filled with amenities! Some of the many features of this amazing home include a spacious kitchen w/custom island/stainless steel appliances open to an attractive dining room, a large family room, a first floor bedroom (a perfect set-up for empty nesters), two full remodeled baths (first floor w/jetted tub/tile surround), two large bedrooms on the second level, a mudroom & a seasonal sun room leading to an awesome fenced-in rear yard w/irrigation AND an in-ground pool w/boardwalk deck surround (ALL NEW: pool light w/transformer, gfci breakers, motor & pump) & a heated garage w/walk-up above for additional storage. Other features include new landscaping, new driveway, new garage doors/motors, new hot water tank, new wine fridge, newer furnace, newer bulkhead, newer fenced yard. The photos tell the story! PLEASE FOLLOW COVID-19 CDC GUIDELINES. MASKS MUST BE WORN.
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A home inspection is one of the final stages of the property buying journey. If an inspection goes according to plan, a buyer may be able to seamlessly close on his or her dream residence. On the other hand, if problems are discovered during a house inspection, these issues may slow down or stop a home sale.

For property buyers, it helps to plan ahead for a home inspection as much as possible. Thankfully, we're here to help you do just that.

Now, let's take a look at three things that every buyer needs to know about home inspections.

1. A home inspection typically is performed after a seller accepts a buyer's offer to purchase.

With a home inspection, a buyer can review a house with a property expert and identify any underlying problems. If a buyer finds problems during an inspection, this individual can rescind his or her offer to purchase, modify the offer or move forward with a home purchase.

It typically helps to hire a highly qualified and experienced home inspector. By having a skilled home inspector at your side, you can gain the insights you need to determine whether a house is right for you.

2. A buyer is not required to go to a home inspection, but it generally is a good idea to attend.

Usually, a buyer, his or her real estate agent and a home inspector will walk through a house together during an inspection. It also is important to note that a buyer is not required to go to an inspection, but in most cases, it is a good idea for a buyer to attend.

A buyer who attends a home inspection may be able to receive home insights that he or she won't necessarily find in a house inspection report. As such, this buyer can obtain the house insights that he or she needs to make an informed homebuying decision.

3. A home inspection may require several hours to complete.

There is no time limit for a house inspection, but an average home inspection takes several hours to complete. After the inspection is finished, a property inspector will prepare a report that details his or her findings and provide it to a buyer within a few days. Then, a buyer will need to review the report and determine how to proceed.

As a buyer gets ready to enter the housing market, and eventually, perform a home inspection, it helps to hire a friendly, knowledgeable real estate agent. This housing market professional can help a buyer find the right home, submit a competitive offer to purchase and conduct an in-depth home inspection. And after a buyer completes a successful home inspection, a real estate agent will help this individual navigate the final stages of the property buying journey.

Simplify the homebuying process – employ a real estate agent, and you can get the help you need to locate and purchase your ideal residence.


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Living green is the goal of many young homebuyers. Once in their new home, they want to take steps toward improving their home’s efficiency. The first step to improving your home’s energy efficiency is to choose the right house.

Solar panels and LED light fixtures aside, the most efficient form of housing is an attached home. When your house nestles between the walls of adjoining homes, you share their heating and cooling through ambient temperature exchange. When a home sits above another home, their heat rises in the winter to warm that home. If it’s below another home, it’s cooled by the temperature set by the neighbor above. When energy efficiency remains a high priority for your home location, choose a condominium, townhome or duplex to improve your heating and cooling properties.

Improving an Existing Home

If you own a typical single-family, detached home, you’ll find a lot of wasted space being heated and cooled. But address these areas, and you’ll see a marked improvement in your energy consumption and costs:

  • Pile on the insulation. Many homes have expansive attics with high roofs above the ceiling joists. The deeper the insulation, the more your winter warmth stays in your home to keep you cozy. But along with adding insulation to your attic, improve its airflow so that summer heat escapes to the outdoors, helping your cooled air circulate.
  • Smarten up the windows. Older homes often have single-paned windows, and even those with double panes leak or have broken seals. Replace windows with thermal dual or triple-paned options to see an immediate improvement to those drafty winters and summers where you’re forced to keep the blinds closed. Along with thermal panes, look for smart windows. Buy windows coated with a substance called vanadium oxide (VO2) that adjusts to the temperature to either reflect or let pass infrared light to keep your home warmer or cooler.
  • Monitor your HVAC with a smart thermostat. Smart thermostats adjust your home’s temperature based on learning when you’re at home and when you’re away. Some can also detect the humidity and adjust the temperature to compensate.
  • Install automatic blinds. Adjustable powered window coverings open and close automatically throughout the day to offset outdoor temperatures.

Try These Simple Things Today

While they won’t make a drastic different, you will see an improvement in your energy bills.

  • Change incandescent bulbs for LEDs throughout the home.
  • Turn the thermostat up two or three degrees in the summer and down two or three degrees in the winter.
  • Lower your water heater to 120°F.

If your goal is to purchase an energy-efficient home, let your real estate agent know. That way, you won’t waste energy looking at ones that don’t fit your desire to leave a lighter footprint.




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