Posted by Peggy Farber on 5/31/2018


27 Atwood Circle , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$615,000
Price

5
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A Brewster GEM! Appealing both inside and out. Classic, traditional exterior has a contemporary flair on the interior, against a backdrop of gleaming wood floors. Cathedral ceiling in living room plus a natural gas fireplace. Kitchen with center island and granite counter tops..beautiful with a charming nearby dining area. First floor master with private bath and first floor laundry room allows for one floor living really with 2 bedrooms and full bath on the second floor. The landscaping is rich, beautiful and easy to maintain. Relaxing deck, outdoor shower and quaint garden shed. Perfect location for the golfer(s) in the family as its a breeze to get to both Ocean Edge facilities as well as The Captains Course, a consistent favorite. Convenient to bike trail, Ferretti's (yum). Beautiful.
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Posted by Peggy Farber on 5/30/2018

This Single-Family in Harwich, MA recently sold for $425,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Peggy Farber - oldCape Sotheby’s International Realty.


11 Blueberry Lane , Harwich, MA 02645

Harwich (village)

Single-Family

$429,000
Price
$425,000
Sale Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
The definition of ''Home Sweet Home''! Whether your plans are for year round living or second home Cape escape, you are sure to find this single floor home just the right fit! Located in the very desirable and established ''Headwaters'' neighborhood it is Convenient to the mid Cape highway for easy travel and the bike trail is so convenient. Wood floors, kitchen/dining combo that open to a roomy 3 season porch. A heated and enclosed breezeway plus a full walkout basement gives you lots of extra space. One car attached garage, laundry on 1st floor and master en suite. Freshly paved drive and beautifully landscaped. Patio, outdoor shower. The slight elevation above the street ads to the overall beautiful curb appeal. YOURS in time for summer.

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Posted by Peggy Farber on 5/30/2018

Do the walls of your home ever feel bland and uninviting? What you need for your home is to add depth to the walls. Everything from the colors of the walls to what you place on them helps to give your rooms a feeling of sophisticated complexity. 


Try Using Contrast On Your Walls


If you choose a dark color for your walls, you can use bright colors as a contrast to bring out the prominent features of the room. 


Use Texture On Your Walls


You don’t have to rely on paint to color your walls. It’s a good idea for you to use some tapestry or cloth and hang it on the walls to help add texture and depth to a room.


Reflect On The Room


Using mirrors can help to make any room appear bigger. Mirrors are deceiving in a way, but when placed strategically, they can really add a lot to a room. Allowing for reflections in the room also adds depth and a larger feeling to the space, 


Don‘t Make A Space Too Busy


Avoid using a lot of colors in a room. While contrasting colors add something special to a space, bright, mismatched colors will only make you dizzy. 


Make Use Of Tile


Particularly in kitchens and bathrooms, tile can help to add some depth to the space. Your kitchen can be painted a lovely color and finding tiles to match for a backsplash can really help the room to stand out. Even the color grout that you use can help add complexity to a room. If you have brick, wood, or any kind of stone present in a room, be sure to help those features stand out. The best way to approach design sometimes is to take what you see in nature and bring it into your space. From earth tones to highlighting the natural features in your home, you can really make your home feel well-rounded from the inside out. 


Try Painting The Walls Different Colors


There’s no rule that says you need to paint a room all one color. Often, you can add a lot to a room just by having that one accent wall. Putting the piece of furniture that will be the focal point of the room on the accent wall can really bring out the features of the room. If your color scheme is leaning towards blues and whites, for example, paint each wall white except for one. Choose an alluring shade of blue for the accent wall. Be sure that your furniture matches with whatever wall color scheme that you choose as well.                 

Whether you’re recreating a room completely, or simply re-purposing what you have, it’s easy to make your design work for you and provide complexity and depth.




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Posted by Peggy Farber on 5/23/2018

Purchasing a home may prove to be an arduous process, particularly for those who fail to plan ahead for the property buying journey. Thankfully, there are many quick, easy ways to streamline the homebuying cycle.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you become a smart homebuyer.

1. Study the Real Estate Market

A smart homebuyer realizes the housing market fluctuates constantly. In fact, a real estate market that favors sellers today may favor buyers tomorrow, or vice-versa. But if a homebuyer reviews the housing sector closely, he or she can differentiate a buyer's market from a seller's market and plan accordingly.

Oftentimes, it helps to analyze the prices of recently sold houses in your preferred cities and towns. This will enable you to see whether houses are selling at or near their initial asking prices. It also will allow you to find out how long homes are available before they sell.

2. Obtain Home Financing

A smart homebuyer understands the importance of getting a mortgage before he or she pursues a residence. Thus, this buyer will meet with lenders and get pre-approved for home financing to further accelerate the homebuying journey.

Generally, it won't take long to get pre-approved for a mortgage. Banks and credit unions employ friendly, knowledgeable mortgage specialists who can help homebuyers quickly analyze various home financing options. These specialists can teach you about a broad array of mortgage options and help you weigh the pros and cons of different mortgages. Then, once you evaluate all of your mortgage options, you can select a mortgage and kick off the homebuying journey with a budget in hand.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

A smart homebuyer knows that working alone to find and purchase a house can be difficult. Therefore, this buyer will allocate time and resources to hire a real estate agent who can provide comprehensive assistance throughout the homebuying journey.

Typically, a real estate agent is a must-have for a homebuyer, regardless of the current housing market's conditions. A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of the housing sector and is happy to share his or her expertise with any homebuyer, at any time.

When it comes to navigating the homebuying journey, a real estate agent is ready to help you in any way possible. For instance, if you need help finding a residence in a particular city or town, a real estate agent will make it simple to narrow your house search. On the other hand, if you want to buy a new house as quickly as possible, a real estate agent will ensure you can discover your dream residence on your timeline. Best of all, a real estate agent will respond to any of your homebuying concerns and questions and help you make informed decisions at each stage of the homebuying cycle.

Enter the housing market as a smart homebuyer – use the aforementioned tips, and you can increase the likelihood of enjoying a successful homebuying journey.




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Posted by Peggy Farber on 5/18/2018

This Single-Family in Brewster, MA recently sold for $550,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by Peggy Farber - oldCape Sotheby’s International Realty.


43 North Pond Drive , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$589,000
Price
$550,000
Sale Price

8
Total Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
What a gem nestled into the landscape and fronting on beautiful Blueberry Pond, a spring fed 25 acre great pond having an average depth of 10 feet and maximum depth of 24 feet and an unlimited depth of fun! The house is a treasure with open living concept, big bright windows and sliders opening to a wrap around deck a first floor bedroom with bath, den and half bath and wood floors.The garden walkout level has a sitting room, three additional bedrooms, bath and big laundry room. Sliding glass doors open straight to the path to the pond. Paved driveway, brick path, covered entry porch and exterior storage shed. Title V septic inspection completed and passed. You are ready to go for summer of 2018. Rental history.

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