Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith - Century 21 North Shore / Cape Cod



Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/22/2017

This Single-Family in Barnstable, MA recently sold for $400,000. This Cape style home was sold by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith - Century 21 North Shore / Cape Cod.


19 Morgan Way, Barnstable, MA 02668

West Barnstable

Single-Family

$410,000
Price
$400,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
SUNFILLED CAPE in HUNTER HILL ESTATES! Lightly used and lovingly maintained Contemporary Cape offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, newer hardwood floors from the living room, into the dining area, into the fireplace family room. Bright kitchen with pickled cabinetry and butcher block moveable island, young stainless steel refrigerator and newer tile flooring. Bonus sunroom off the family room with vaulted ceiling, ceiling fan and 3 sets of sliders leading you out to back deck and private yard. First floor living space also offers a bedroom, full bath, laundry and access to 1 car garage. Upstairs are 2 additional bedrooms with wall to wall carpet and ceiling fans. Full bathroom and a BONUS room over garage ( off the bedroom - great tv room, home office, nursery, gym area ) many options! Full unfinished basement, irrigation, air condition, outdoor shower, and so much more. Make this one YOUR home!

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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/15/2017

Selling your home may prove to be a long, arduous process, particularly if you're unable to distinguish your residence from others on the housing market. Fortunately, there are many great household items that you can leave behind to differentiate your home from others and improve your chances of a quick sale.

Leaving various household items behind can serve you well in a number of ways. First, you'll be able to give homebuyers an incentive to purchase your residence if you leave custom or high-priced items that they might struggle to purchase elsewhere. You also will be able to simplify the moving process, as you won't have to worry about relocating numerous items that you leave behind when you move out of your current home.

There are many wonderful items that you can leave behind to boost your chances of a quick home sale, including:

1. Refrigerator

If your refrigerator complements your kitchen décor beautifully, it may enhance the appearance of your kitchen. Plus, this appliance could become a key component in a negotiation with a homebuyer that may make it easier for you to maximize the value of your residence.

Your refrigerator may have served you well for years, but you won't have to worry about investing substantial time and resources to move it to your new address if you leave this appliance behind. Also, if you offer your refrigerator as part of your home purchase, it may prove to be the difference between selling your home and keeping it on the real estate market for an extended period of time.

2. Big-Screen TV

The big-screen TV in your den, man cave or living room has helped transformed your ordinary living space into a fun, exciting area. Now, you'll want to consider including your big-screen TV in your home sale, as this could help you streamline the process of selling your house.

By offering your big-screen TV, you'll make it easy for a homebuyer to move in and enjoy a high-quality TV instantly. Furthermore, the big-screen TV may help a homebuyer save time and money, as he or she won't have to worry about finding a new television after purchasing your residence.

3. Washer or Dryer

Let's face it – un-installing and relocating a washer or dryer can be a time-consuming endeavor. And in some cases, you may even need to hire a plumber to perform this task properly.

Lucky for you, leaving your washer or dryer behind could prove to be mutually beneficial for you and a homebuyer.

As a home seller, you won't have to worry about allocating time and resources to move a large, heavy washer or dryer from your residence. For a homebuyer, he or she will be able to reap the benefits of a superior washer or dryer immediately.

Consider the household items that you'll leave behind before you add your house to the real estate market. By doing so, you can include these items in your home listing and improve your chances of selling your house quickly.




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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/8/2017

Beautiful Sprawling Cape in ''Hunter Hill Estates''! Welcome inside this tastefully update home with hardwood floors, high ceilings & oversized windows allowing the sunlight to flood in! Kitchen with granite breakfast bar and desk area. Eating nook under the Palladium window framing the landscaped front yard. First floor master with private bath, walk in closet & door to side yard. Central living room to dining room, opens to gas log fireplace family room with high ceilings. Charming sunroom off the back with slider to deck & fenced in yard. Upstairs you will find 2 bedrooms & 2 full baths, plus a BONUS room over the 2 car garage. Balcony overlooks the living room below, basement has a finished workshop room and plenty of space, half bath, full house generator, new garage door, roof 2013 and so much more!

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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/8/2017

Beautiful Sprawling Cape in ''Hunter Hill Estates''! Welcome inside this tastefully update home with hardwood floors, high ceilings & oversized windows allowing the sunlight to flood in! Kitchen with granite breakfast bar and desk area. Eating nook under the Palladium window framing the landscaped front yard. First floor master with private bath, walk in closet & door to side yard. Central living room to dining room, opens to gas log fireplace family room with high ceilings. Charming sunroom off the back with slider to deck & fenced in yard. Upstairs you will find 2 bedrooms & 2 full baths, plus a BONUS room over the 2 car garage. Balcony overlooks the living room below, basement has a finished workshop room and plenty of space, half bath, full house generator, new garage door, roof 2013 and so much more!

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Posted by Susan Brown & Stephanie Smith on 6/8/2017

Trappings of fame have caused several celebrities to build a fortress around them. It’s reached the point where it has become a status symbol to live in a massive house and to go nowhere without armed guards.

This phenomenon dates back decades, if not longer. Queens and kings, monarchs and princes sequestered themselves in massive castles. Today’s presidents keep a constant entourage of security around them, some presidents not daring to venture outside, not even on their house porch, absent a guard.

Signs your house has become mentally toxic

From the outside, these happenings can appear as hallmark events that signal you made it, that you’re a big success. Yet, humans need to connect with one another to remain emotionally and mentally healthy. In fact, studies have shown that when people connect in-person and communicate more, play together and share concerns, it can lead to improved health.

But, how do you know that your house has become mentally toxic? Check out these signs:

  • You only go outside to commute to work
  • Your friends have started to tell you that the only time they see you is when they visit you at your house
  • Your dog or cat is starting to nudge you, pushing you toward the front or back door and not just because they have torelieve themselves
  • When new dust forms on your living room tables, you spot exactly where the dust is almost immediately
  • An eerie or uncomfortable feeling comes over you when you do venture outside on non-work days
  • Sleeping in all day sounds like a perfect thing to do to you. In fact, you’re starting to sleep in all day at least two to three times a month
  • In the last year, you’ve packed on 15 to 30pounds, and all because you’ve taken to spending most of your days and nights inside your house
  • Excuses are what you give your family and friends whenever they invite you to go with them to a fun place away from home
  • Most of your spare money goes to add on another room or to buy a new gadget for – you got it, your house

Love your house without turning it into your prison

A house should provide protection from natural elements. It should offer a sense of security from weather storms, intruders and strangers passing in the night. Your sweetest memories could well be created in your house, family and friends circling your kitchen or dining room table as you celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas or the ringing in of a new year.

But, a house should not become such a fortress that it isolates you and prevents you from meeting new people and enjoying rewarding experiences. As tempting as it might be, you also probably don’t want your house to become so comfortable that you view it as a hideout. Yes. You want a home that meets your dwelling needs. You want a place that’s beautifully designed, a perfect match for your personality.What you don’t want is for your house to entice you into a rut and cause you to become bored with life.