Posted by Kim Thomas on 4/21/2021


61 Montgomery Street, Lakeville, MA 02347

Single-Family

$619,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Modern convenience meets suburban serenity in this sun-filled home. Entering through the front door, you are welcomed by an open living/dining room combo and newly custom designed chef's kitchen w/ gas cooking, stainless appliances & breakfast island which overlooks the private backyard & newly remodeled family room w/custom stone fireplace (gas). Adjacent to the kitchen is the living area w/views of the in-ground pool & amazing stone patio w/firepit. Step onto the 38' composite deck thru glass doors from the alluring 4 season sunroom! Upstairs you will find a spacious master bedroom suite w/custom walk-in closet & a refreshing new master bath w/soaking tub & gorgeous tiled shower. An additional guest bedroom w/bath neighbor the master. There's custom doors, moldings & columns throughout and it's equipped w/Sonos surround sound inside & out, Ring, and Simply Safe alarm system! The 1st floor level of the home offers an unfinished bath & separate bedroom w/closet. Convenient location.
Open House
Sunday
April 25 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 61 Montgomery Street, Lakeville, MA 02347    Get Directions

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Posted by Kim Thomas on 4/20/2021


47 Forest Street, Middleboro, MA 02346

Multi-Family

$434,900
Price

2
Units
2,736
Approx. GLA
Rare Middleboro Center Duplex/Multi. Outstanding Center Location. Owner-Occupant or invest. This property features 11 rooms; 6 bedrooms and 2 full baths. 4000 +SF living area. Hardwood floors throughout. Updated Kitchens & baths; furnaces; and windows. The second floor unit has a finished walk-up third floor (added in 2009) with living room, 2 large bonus bedrooms & laundry room, plenty of light and newer windows! There's also a full basement with laundry hook up and storage. All utilities including water are separate. Short walk to commuter rail, library, restaurants, market and more! Do not hesitate - Middleboro is an in-demand town and multifamily properties go quickly! Great opportunity for investors or owner-occupants. Easy access to Rt 495 and commuter rail.
Open House
Sunday
April 25 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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Location: 47 Forest Street, Middleboro, MA 02346    Get Directions

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Posted by Kim Thomas on 4/20/2021


8 Sandy Point Road, Lakeville, MA 02347

Single-Family

$359,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Spectacular views and sunrises! Are you dreaming of a gorgeous view to awaken you ea. morning, without spending an arm and a leg? Whether you prefer scenic walks or relaxing afternoons on the spacious deck, revel in the seclusion of this wooded sanctuary with deeded beach access to Churchill Shores Association's beach and boat ramp. Enjoy all of the benefits of Long Pond (Massachusetts' largest full-recreational pond). This "ranch style" home was built in 1991 and includes a full walk-out, partially finished, lower level w/1/2 bath and a large 10x16 deck to enjoy the year-round views. The home needs some cosmetic updates as reflected in the asking price. Centrally located within 45 mins. to Boston & Providence & 25 mins. to Cape Cod.
Open House
Saturday
April 24 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 8 Sandy Point Road, Lakeville, MA 02347    Get Directions

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Posted by Kim Thomas on 4/20/2021


77 Main Street (Rte. 105), Lakeville, MA 02347

Land

$199,900
Price

Commercial
Land Type
Perfect for Retail/Commercial, small business, real estate, insurance, law office, etc. Located on busy Rt.105. Minutes to Commuter Rail. Raw commercial land is tough to find, build or expand your business, no more rent! 90' frontage on Busy Rte. 105 (Main Street) x200'back BUSINESS ZONE.
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Posted by Kim Thomas on 4/20/2021

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Have you been fantasizing about giving your green thumb free rein but are dealing with a limited amount of room in your outdoor living space? Perhaps you've got active children in the household who need backyard space to work off all that energy, or maybe your yard is just small. If so, you'll be glad to know that there's hope for those freshly picked vegetables, herbs and flowers you've been dreaming of cultivating. Many homeowners in your position have turned to vertical gardening as an alternative to the traditional horizontal gardening spot, and they're finding they like this approach even better. Here's what you need to know about vertical gardening:

Vertical Gardens Can Be Anything You Want Them to Be

Otherwise known as green walls, vertical gardens are highly customizable -- you can use them to grow a huge variety of herbaceous perennials or annuals. You can choose to fill them up with flowering annuals for a vibrant aesthetic, ferns for a woodland effect, strawberries for treats at the table and culinary herbs to spice up your meals. They can be small affairs designed to hold a few herbs and fit neatly right outside your kitchen door, or they can be cover entire walls from ground to roof-level with cascades of greenery and flowers. You don't need to stop at just one, either -- many homeowners have multiple vertical gardens because they enjoy them so much they can't seem to stop after they get started. 

Getting Started With Your Vertical Garden

If you're the do-it-yourself type, you can construct your own vertical garden frame using lumber, plastic sheeting and landscaping fabric. A variety of easy-to-follow plans are available depending on the which size works best for the space. If you're the creative type, you can craft vertical gardening frames out of discarded pallets. If you're like many busy homeowners, however, your time is limited. Because vertical gardening has caught on throughout the country, you can purchase whatever size of ready-made frame you need from your local home and garden retailer.

Other Benefits of Vertical Gardening

A vertical garden also provides a great way to cover a not-so-attractive wall or pull together an unfinished outdoor aesthetic by adding vertical balance. Perhaps one of the greatest advantages of vertical gardening is that you aren't constantly bending and stooping the way you would be while working in a garden planted on a horizontal plot, and your back will thank you at the end of every gardening session. Vertical gardens also offer good ways to get the kids interested in learning about how plants grow. 

Even if you've got ample garden space in your yard, why not give a vertical garden a whirl as well? 




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