Marlene Wasserstein | Easton Real Estate, Canton Real Estate, Sharon Real Estate


This Single-Family in Norton, MA recently sold for $285,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Marlene Wasserstein - Success! Real Estate.


8 Sachem Rd, Norton, MA 02766

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$285,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Wow best describes this 3 bedroom home located on a nice side street in Norton. House features a sun filled living room , white cabinet packed kitchen, dining room. Off the kitchen there is a study/exercise room or large mud room. The laundry is very large and also off he kitchen. Upstairs you will find 3 bedrooms. The Master Suite has a gorgeous bathroom . Unbelievable park like grounds and so much more. Don't miss this beauty !!!

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Your home is your castle, your oasis, your domain. You want your home to be an escape from the stresses of everyday life. For this to be true, there are a few key things that you should have in your home for you to enjoy the ultimate peace that home can bring. If you don’t feel that your home is a peaceful place, you definitely need to heed the tips below. 


Have A Peaceful Spot To Relax In 


Every homeowner needs a place that they like to relax in. Your spot in the home should be a regular part of your routine whether it’s where you like to drink coffee and read the news, a meditation room, or a home gym. Whatever gives you pleasure and an escape should be a priority in your home and your routine. You don’t need a lot of space to accomplish this. Just a small nook in part of a room or a dedicated room in the house will do. It’s easy to create your own little piece of heaven.   


Nice Outdoor Space


Nothing brings peace to the mind and the soul like spending time in nature. For a tranquil escape right in your own home, make use of the outdoors. Do you have a deck or patio area? Can you put a hammock up in the backyard? What about a small bench swing? Any of these simple things can be your backyard oasis. Just be sure to surround these outdoor areas with colorful plants and other relaxing touches like rocks, trees, or even a running water fountain for an added effect.       


A Place To Separate Work And Home Life


If you work outside of the office at all, you probably have a home office space. You need this to be functional for your work, but you also need to remember the importance of separating your work life from your home life. Your home can’t be a tranquil place to be if you feel you’re always carrying your work around with you.  


A Place For Inspiration


Most of all, your home should be inspiring. There should be areas of your home where you can sit and think about projects you’re working on, problems you’re facing, or just simply let your thoughts flow. For inspiration, you’ll want to include inspiring images, pictures of the people you love, and items that make you plain happy. Your home is one place that helps you to keep the balance in your life. Make sure that you create the relaxing space that you deserve for a happier life!


Do you ever wonder if those items stored away in your attic or basement are worth any money? Most people assume that their antique furniture and family heirlooms couldn't be worth the trouble of finding out their value. However, there are some items that are currently taking up storage space that you could get quite a lot of money for. In this article, we'll cover some of the items you're likely to have that are worth a lot of money and how to find out just how much they're worth.

Collectibles

Some collectible items gain value as the years pass. Sometimes a craze becomes so popular (i.e., Pokemon cards) that people snatch up every item they can find hoping that someday they'll be worth thousands. In reality, it's hard to know what items will be worth something decades down the road. However, there are many items that are currently very valuable that you might have laying around in your attic (hopefully still in the original packaging!).
  • Rare vinyl records Your mom's stack of dusty Kenny Rogers records might not be worth much, but you should dig through and old records and look them up online to see how much they're going for. Some editions of Bob Dylan and The Beatles sell for tens of thousands of dollars. You never know...
  • Comics Just like rare records, rare comic books can sell for thousands to serious collectors. Condition is key, but if you find any comics in the attic you should ask an expert how much they go for.
  • Musical instruments Antique guitars, violins, and pianos are highly sought after by collectors. Four things make an antique instrument valuable: the person who made it, the person who played it, the condition it's in, and the quality of the instrument.
  • Designer fashion If grandma used to have a taste for high fashion, it might be a good idea to look into who made her old purses and jewelry. Similarly, if there is an old wrist watch or pocket watch in the attic, see if you can find any details about it online.
  • First edition books There's a good chance your grand parents or great grandparents were book readers. They didn't have the internet or video games so what else could they be doing all day? If they happened to collect some first editions of the classics, you're in luck--The Great Gatsby with the original dust jacket recently sold for an incredible $194,000.

Artwork

You can probably guess that paintings by prominent artists are some of the most valuable collectibles in the world. However, it doesn't take a van Gogh to turn a profit off of some old paintings and sculptures that might be sitting in your basement. When we say art, we also include things like movie posters and old signs and advertisements. An original Star Wars movie poster can go for up to $100,000.

Antique wooden furniture

You've probably seen old furniture selling for thousands on television. The important things to look out for when it comes to valuing your old furniture are: is it made of all original parts? What time period is it from? Why type of wood is it made of? Which company crafted it? Only an expert can answer these questions for you.


10 Malvern Terrace, Medford, MA 02155

Rental

$2,700
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Recently updated, sun-filled 1920’s colonial! Located on a quiet dead end street (where you will never know you’re in the city), this single family home features 3 bedrooms and 1.5 updated bathrooms; kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and gas range; large dining and living rooms; two enclosed sun rooms; open floor plan with high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout; modern and energy efficient natural gas heating system; two car driveway with ample non-permit parking on the side street; private backyard with patio and gardens; free laundry, lots of storage, and so much more! Located on the Somerville/Medford line, steps away from Tufts University and minutes away from Boston. Whether you take public transportation or have a car, the location is a commuter’s dream as the house is centrally located to the red and orange lines, interstate 93 and Rt. 16. Sorry, NO PETS allowed. SEE ATTACHED ADDITIONAL FEATURE SHEET FOR PROPERTY.
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10 Malvern Terrace, Medford, MA 02155

Rental

$2,850
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Recently updated, sun-filled 1920’s colonial! Located on a quiet dead end street (where you will never know you’re in the city), this home features 3 bedrooms and 1.5 updated bathrooms; kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and gas range; large dining and living rooms; two enclosed sun rooms; open floor plan with high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout; modern and energy efficient natural gas heating system; two car driveway with ample non-permit parking on the side street; private backyard with patio and gardens; free laundry, lots of storage, and so much more! Located on the Somerville/Medford line, steps away from Tufts University and minutes away from Boston. Whether you take public transportation or have a car, the location is a commuter’s dream as the house is centrally located to public transportation and interstate 93 and Rt.16. Sorry, NO PETS allowed. SEE ATTACHED ADDITIONAL FEATURE SHEET FOR PROPERTY.
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