Posted by Kim Thomas on 5/23/2019


Lot 0 Highland St (off), Middleboro, MA 02346

Land

$500,000
Price

35.00
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Attention investors/builders. This is (vacant undeveloped land). END OF CUL-DE-SAC location in the desirable CINNAMON RIDGE neighborhood (Cinnamon Ridge is an approved Chapter 40B established neighborhood) Only minutes to Route 495. Two parcels combined (19 acres and 16 acres) total 35 acres. Aggressively Priced! This is a Beautiful country setting that abuts Cranberry Bogs, walkers delight! There is a right-of-way at the end of Cinnamon Ridge Circle to access this land.
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Posted by Kim Thomas on 5/23/2019

New Construction on a corner lot. This brand new home features many upgrades such as farmer's porch, attached 2 car garage, amazing kitchen with granite & stainless appliances, hardwood & ceramic floors, efficient gas heat, walk-in closets, 3 beds, and 2 1/2 baths. Move in just in time for summer fun! Get the grill ready for your July 4th BBQ! Clark Shores is a private lake community nestled along the shores and hills of Long Pond in Lakeville. It is a full recreational lake with swimming, boating, and fishing. Features 5 beaches, boat ramp, and community rec hall which are available for the private use of members\residents and their guests. Enjoy the blazing sunsets over long pond from your deck on a half acre of land!

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Posted by Kim Thomas on 5/23/2019


37 Clark Road, Lakeville, MA 02347

Single-Family

$449,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New Construction on a corner lot. This brand new home features many upgrades such as farmer's porch, attached 2 car garage, amazing kitchen with granite & stainless appliances, hardwood & ceramic floors, efficient gas heat, walk-in closets, 3 beds, and 2 1/2 baths. Move in just in time for summer fun! Get the grill ready for your July 4th BBQ! Clark Shores is a private lake community nestled along the shores and hills of Long Pond in Lakeville. It is a full recreational lake with swimming, boating, and fishing. Features 5 beaches, boat ramp, and community rec hall which are available for the private use of members\residents and their guests. Enjoy the blazing sunsets over long pond from your deck on a half acre of land!
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Posted by Kim Thomas on 5/22/2019


7 Moulton Street, Lakeville, MA 02347

Single-Family

$848,000
Price

11
Rooms
5
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This unique George Washington Mt. Vernon replica home is reminiscent of a fine, museum quality, 1800's Southern Plantation. The home boasts two amazing curved, sun-filled galleries leading to an oversized garage with an in-home office above with a separate entrance on one side, and an accessory apartment/family room on the opposite side branching off from the living quarters of the main house. There is an "estate-like" oasis of a yard complete with in-ground pool and 360 sq. ft. heated guest house with full bath, bedroom, and kitchenette. The additional space is perfect for extended family living!!! Features of the main house include crown molding and exquisite detail throughout, amazing foyer, master suite, hardwood & ceramic flooring, 3 fireplaces, updated stunning floor to ceiling windows overlooking the magazine worthy yard, professionally decorated and landscaped. Convenient to schools, I-495, Rte. 140 & commuter rail. Just 45 mins. to Providence & 50 mins. to Boston.
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Posted by Kim Thomas on 5/21/2019

The last thing you want at the house is a mold problem. Because they are allergens, molds can trigger rash responses in homeowners. It is impossible to permanently terminate mold spores because they are initially floating in the air. They only grow into colonies when they find a spot suitable for them.

Mold is a fungal growth that develops on wet materials or in a damp atmosphere. Though they are essential in nature, they can pose serious health risks and deteriorate your home if they grow indoors.

If your home develops mold problems, it can be tricky and expensive to control. Trying to get rid of the mold may even lead to its spread to other parts of your home without careful mitigation. Mold remediators are the only professionals to help you with this, but why wait for it to get out of hand when you can prevent it?

Since you can't permanently displace the airborne spores, and you certainly want to save money, mold prevention should be your next line of thought.

Here are the best ways to prevent mold infestation in your home:

Get a regular roof inspection

Molds arise as a result of excessive moisture from leaks and cracks. The roof is a critical component of the house often overlooked until there is a significant reason to attend to it, but this shouldn't be so. Carrying out routine roof inspections will reveal hidden leaks and holes in your roof where water seeps in. You also get to find out if there are parts of your roof that need to be fixed before they become serious issues that may even lead to roof replacement.

Seal off all holes and cracks

Whenever you find any hole or crack that can serve as a passageway for water in your roof, walls or other places water isn't supposed to penetrate, it's important to seal it up. Ensure the cracks are properly caulked, so the water is kept out entirely from causing damages. If you have a leaking faucet in your kitchen, you should get it fixed too because water damages to the wooden parts of the kitchen cabinets can accommodate these messy molds.

Use disinfectants

As you now know, mold spores are ever present in the atmosphere within your home. With suitable fungi disinfectants, you can control them before they get out of hand.

Keep your home's temperature stable

Because molds can only thrive in a moist environment, it is essential to keep your home moderately dry and cool. Make sure the rooms get proper ventilation and the right amount of sunshine because direct sunlight prevents mold growth. If you use a smart thermostat, set your home to be between 68F and 72F.




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