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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/20/2018

PARADISE FOUND! Step inside this beautifully renovated 5 bedroom, 3 full bath Cape with wonderful water views on Peters Pond. Front to back dining room & living room with sliders to wrap around deck. Kitchen offers granite, stainless & bead board accents. First floor master with slider to deck & wall of closets, upstairs offers 2 bedrooms, tv loft area and a full bath. Need more space? Gorgeous finished walkout basement with laminate floors, fireplace bedroom, lovely full bath with steam shower & family room with sliders to private lower level deck, upper level deck wraps around house, lovely landscaping with steps leading you to water to swim, boat & fish! Detached 2c garage with storage area. Don't delay this one is a BEAUTY!! Fully furnished turn key option available-ask for details.

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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/19/2018


8 Sheldon Ln, Sandwich, MA 02644

Forestdale

Single-Family

$699,900
Price

7
Rooms
5
Beds
3
Baths
PARADISE FOUND! Step inside this beautifully renovated 5 bedroom, 3 full bath Cape with wonderful water views on Peters Pond. Front to back dining room & living room with sliders to wrap around deck. Kitchen offers granite, stainless & bead board accents. First floor master with slider to deck & wall of closets, upstairs offers 2 bedrooms, tv loft area and a full bath. Need more space? Gorgeous finished walkout basement with laminate floors, fireplace bedroom, lovely full bath with steam shower & family room with sliders to private lower level deck, upper level deck wraps around house, lovely landscaping with steps leading you to water to swim, boat & fish! Detached 2c garage with storage area. Don't delay this one is a BEAUTY!! Fully furnished turn key option available-ask for details.
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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/18/2018


8 Sheldon Lane , Sandwich, MA 02644

Forestdale

Single-Family

$699,900
Price

7
Total Rooms
5
Beds
3
Baths
PARADISE FOUND! Step inside this beautifully renovated 5 bedroom, 3 full bath Cape with wonderful water views on Peters Pond. Front to back dining room & living room with sliders to wrap around deck. Kitchen offers granite, stainless & bead board accents. First floor master with slider to deck & wall of closets, upstairs offers 2 bedrooms, tv loft area and a full bath. Need more space? Gorgeous finished walkout basement with laminate floors, fireplace bedroom, lovely full bath with steam shower & family room with sliders to private lower level deck, upper level deck wraps around house, lovely landscaping with steps leading you to water to swim, boat & fish! Detached 2c garage with storage area. Don't delay this one is a BEAUTY!! Fully furnished turn key option available-ask for details.
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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/14/2018


39 Arnold Rd, Sandwich, MA 02644

Forestdale

Single-Family

$437,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WELCOME HOME to this private 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath pond front Garrison. Situated on over an acre with views of Snake Pond! Step inside..hardwood floors, sunfilled front to back fireplace living room w/sliders that lead you to deck overlooking yard & pond. Formal DRM has wood floors and opens to eat in kitchen. Upstairs you will find the master with private bath & a wall of closets, 2 additional bdrms and a full bath. Recent updates: all windows, roof and heating system. Need more space? Finished basement (not included in a total square footage) offers endless uses. Outdoor living space is great, level yard, flowers & pathway down to water to enjoy swimming or a relaxing kayak ride. Popular public beach right around the corner! A little updating will make it shine, don't hesitate.
Open House
Saturday
June 16 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
First Open House - Pond front Garrison on over an acre with views of Snake Pond! Front to back living room with fireplace, sliders out to deck. Formal Dining room, 3 bdrms, 2.5 baths, 2 car garage...
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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/14/2018

Moving to a new home quite literally uproots your entire life. From moving day on, youíll be learning to navigate your new home and rebuilding your daily routines.

The first week in your new home is both the most excited and the most chaotic. Boxes are likely still scattered around the house, youíre constantly forgetting where the light switches are, and trying to figure out how to arrange your furniture.

With all of these changes going on it can be easy to get overwhelmed in your new home. Thatís why weíve put together this list of things you should do in your first week at your new house to get settled in and prepared for your new life.

On Moving Day

Day one of your move can only run so smoothly. As a result, itís important to try and relax throughout the day. Remind yourself that you donít need to unpack and arrange everything today. Itís also a good idea to keep a checklist of everything you need to accomplish on moving day, whether thatís paying movers, handing over keys, or turning on utilities.

Since the majority of your belongings will likely be in disarray for the next few days, you should make sure you have a box of your daily essentials clearly labeled that you can unpack first. Weíre talking about toothbrushes, toiletries, and anything else youíll absolutely need to get your day started.

The First Week in Your New Home

Once youíve made it past the first day the hardest part is over. It will soon be easier to get a good nightís sleep in your new bedroom, and your morning routine will run more smoothly.

To be best prepared for the first week in your new home, weíve prepared a checklist of important items to tackle so that youíre fully settled in as soon as possible.

  • Familiarize yourself with the home. Safety should always be your first priority, even at home. Take the time to find out where your circuit breaker is, your water main valve, light switches, fire extinguishers, and so on. Test your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, or just change the batteries so you know the exact date they were changed.
    Itís also a good idea to develop a fire escape route. Since you and your family arenít as familiar with the layout of your new home as your old one, itís important to understand where the best exits are in case of an emergency. Pick a landmark outside that youíll meet at in case of a fire.

  • Change your locks. A top priority for your first week should be changing out your locks. Not everyone is careful with their keys and discriminate in who they give them to. Whether you choose to hire a locksmith or buy and replace the locks yourself, itís better to get this task accomplished sooner rather than later.

  • Deep clean. You wonít soon have another opportunity to clean a house that isnít filled with meticulously arranged furniture. The first week in your new home is a good time to clean the carpets, scrub the corners of each room, and do a thorough cleaning of your refrigerator and cabinets. Itís tempting to start putting items where theyíll go as soon as you arrive, but cleaning first will save you time later. The same principle applies for painting your walls.




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