Posted by Kim Thomas on 9/28/2020

Located in the highly coveted So. Natick Sanctuary Estates! This Architect designed, custom home offers an elegant appeal with its inviting open floor plan that integrates an updated kitchen; "high end" built-in appliances; lg. pantry & mudroom while offering formal dining & living. The main level features a family rm. with cathedral ceilings open to a stunning lofted 2nd floor, bright palladium windows w/serene natural views & walls of built-ins leading to a stately office with mahogany lined walls, a marble gas fireplace, and in-laid mahogany floors. The 2nd level has 5 bedrooms, a luxurious master suite with a spacious sitting area, master bath with heated floor, jacuzzi tub, shower, new carpeting, and two huge walk-in closets. The finished walk-out lower level (with windows) offers the potential for an in-law and includes a gym, second family room, bedroom and wine closet. Fabulous landscaping with a stone lined driveway on a cul-de-sac close to Wellesley/Needham.

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Posted by Kim Thomas on 9/28/2020


6 Whispering Lane, Natick, MA 01760

Single-Family

$1,529,000
Price

12
Rooms
5
Beds
4/2
Full/Half Baths
Located in the highly coveted So. Natick Sanctuary Estates! This Architect designed, custom home offers an elegant appeal with its inviting open floor plan that integrates an updated kitchen; "high end" built-in appliances; lg. pantry & mudroom while offering formal dining & living. The main level features a family rm. with cathedral ceilings open to a stunning lofted 2nd floor, bright palladium windows w/serene natural views & walls of built-ins leading to a stately office with mahogany lined walls, a marble gas fireplace, and in-laid mahogany floors. The 2nd level has 5 bedrooms, a luxurious master suite with a spacious sitting area, master bath with heated floor, jacuzzi tub, shower, new carpeting, and two huge walk-in closets. The finished walk-out lower level (with windows) offers the potential for an in-law and includes a gym, second family room, bedroom and wine closet. Fabulous landscaping with a stone lined driveway on a cul-de-sac close to Wellesley/Needham.
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Posted by Kim Thomas on 9/27/2020

This Condo in Middleboro, MA recently sold for $430,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Kim Thomas - Realty One Group, LLC.


28 Meadowlark Dr, Middleboro, MA 02346

Condo

$429,900
Price
$430,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to the "MEADOWS" - North Middleboro's most sought after townhomes. This home has many upgrades such as granite counters, hdwd floors, stainless appliances, incredible finish, high ceilings, transom windows, ample storage, unfinished bonus room w/windows in basement. Bright, sunny and open lofted layout with dramatic entrance/stairway, gas fireplace, large kitchen island, 1st fl master suite, 1st fl. laundry, oversized attached garage, private patio. Extaordinary value - rare upscale complex with professional landscaping and curb appeal. Very convenient commuter location just minutes to I-495 and commuter rail. Convenient to Boston, Providence, and Cape Cod.

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Posted by Kim Thomas on 9/22/2020


2305 Elm Street, Dighton, MA 02715

Single-Family

$484,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
In the heart of Dighton! This sun-drenched home offers an open floor plan, living and dining room with fireplace, bonus second floor office, large eat-in kitchen with sliders to a deck overlooking a nice fenced yard with gardens & shed, first floor bathroom with laundry. Beautiful finishes, detailed moldings, high ceilings, and hardwood floors throughout. The second floor offers an large master suite with walk-in and private bath and two additional bedrooms, each having a spacious closet. There is also a semi-finished basement with rooms for an office, exercise room or playroom. Additional storage space in the attic and 2 car attached garage. Near Dighton waterworks, library, village shops, schools, parks, and highways. This is a special property that abuts a nice subdivision. A pleasure to show!
Open House
Saturday
September 26 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 2305 Elm Street, Dighton, MA 02715    Get Directions

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Posted by Kim Thomas on 9/22/2020


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There's a certain nostalgia associated with genuine vintage tins -- not the replicas you find at today's one-dollar stores. Genuine vintage tins had real purpose, usually multiple ones, in fact. They did double duty as tubs to wash both children and laundry. Or, sometimes, they held both lunch food and school supplies.

Today, many of these vintage containers are worth far more than they were when originally produced, especially if you can find them in mint condition. These are the vintage containers meant to be safely preserved and stored away behind glass for future generations to enjoy. The others, however -- the ones that have gone rusty and bent, and the ones that have holes in the bottom or pieces rusted through -- these ones make perfect planters to lend your front porch and windowsills a twinge of nostalgia from days gone by. We've listed our best ideas for upcycling vintage tins like these into precious planters for your home. 

Vintage Tin Cans

Back in the day, tin cans held medicine, spices, tobacco and oysters. In fact, there were few products that wouldn't fit inside a tin can. These types of vintage tins all had something in common: They were small. If you're planning to upcycle a vintage tin can into a planter, think succulents. Anything bigger will eventually need to be transplanted to prevent it from becoming root-bound. Burro's tail or hen-and-chicks work well in small containers. Simply drill a few holes in the bottom for drainage, use cactus soil for planting and be sure not to over water. 

Vintage Biscuit Tins

Biscuit tins were bigger than traditional tin cans, and they came in every shape and size. A word of caution, however. If you come into ownership of a genuine biscuit tin, even one that's in questionable condition, have it appraised before turning it into a home for your spider plant. These tins are highly collectible and sought-after pieces of history.

Traditional biscuit tins are long and flat, meaning you'll want a plant that can thrive with somewhat shallow roots. Herbs such as basil and rosemary fit the bill. So do bonsai trees and pothos. Again, drill holes for drainage before planting. 

Vintage Candy Tins

Traditionally, candy tins were bigger than both tin cans and biscuit tins, comparable in size to some of today's shoe boxes. Old candy tins held toffee and hard candies, among other confections, and they're the perfect size to upcycle into planters for Chinese evergreen or grape ivy.

Estate sales are tops for finding old, interesting tins that aren't in mint condition. These are the ones you want if you're going to turn them into fun and eclectic planters for your home. Keep them away from the elements, or spray them with several coats of sealer before placing your vintage tin planters outside. 




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