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174 Ridge Street, Millis, MA 02054

Single-Family

$449,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Classic Currier and Ives Cape located on a .61 Acre Wooded Lot adjacent to Equestrian Center and Oak Grove Farm Recreation Land. This 4 Bedroom Home features a Newly Renovated Kitchen with Gorgeous Granite Counters, Light Gray Cabinetry, Stainless Steel Appliances, Recessed Lighting and Hardwood Flooring. Step out to a Large Deck overlooking a Beautiful Wooded Fenced Back Yard. Warm and Inviting Fireside Family Room features a Brick Hearth and Large Bay Window. Two Bedrooms on the First Floor; one is currently being used as a Home Office. Two Full Bathrooms, one has New Interior Paint (2019) and Updated Fixtures (2016). Two Large Bedrooms on the Second Floor feature Newer Carpeting and Windows in the Master Bedroom. Semi-finished Room in the Lower Level. Convenient Mudroom off the Kitchen. New Furnace 2013. New Driveway 2015. New Deck Railings 2018. New Exterior Paint 2014. New Gutters 2014. New Septic 2004. ~ 4 miles to the Commuter Rail in Norfolk. Award Winning School Status!
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Gardening is one of the outdoor activities that are relaxing and pleasant to undertake. It comes with a unique feeling especially when you see the beautiful green spot you created.  Apart from the physical commitment, cultivating a green area requires financial involvement. It needs a substantial amount of money. Don't be scared; there are more affordable and faster alternatives to growing an attractive garden.  You are about to know the secret to more affordable gardening.  Here are some money-saving tips you should consider when looking after your garden:

Water 

Water is one of the essential resources that your garden needs to flourish. You can save extra cost when you use it correctly. Watering your lawn must be done appropriately. It must not be too much or inadequate. Over-watering your yard is not beneficial to the plant and also uneconomical. Professional landscaper advised that you should water your garden in the morning. Watering your lawn in the morning is ideal because the colder air will not allow it to evaporate. 

Grass 

The height of the grass is essential since it can reduce your water requirement. The higher the grass, the lesser the amount of water needed because it has covered a significant portion of the soil, preventing evaporation of water from the ground. Also, taller grass stops weeds from developing. Therefore, you can cultivate a taller lawn to spare you additional money on weed control.

Natural care 

Homemade solutions are preferable because they reduce excessive spending on a highly toxic product. Also, it is healthier to go for natural ingredients. For instance, you can get rid of weeds with a mixture of dish soap and vinegar. Sugar is also a valuable natural product for gardening. It can strengthen grass with no adverse effect on nature, pet, and people. Sugar is straightforward to apply; all you need to do is to sprinkle it at the spot you feel it is necessary.  You only need to do this twice in a year if your lawn is not having an issue. It is essential you wet your yard immediately after sprinkling the sugar.

Plants 

If you have too many plants, caring for them may be time consuming. One crucial factor you should consider when selecting your plant is the climatic condition.  Choose the ones that will thrive in your climate and get them from a trusted grower. When you take this guideline, your plants will last, and your effort will not be fruitless.

Having a well-kept yard might not be as expensive as it seems, follow the tips above to have significant savings when looking after your garden.


Your living room is one of the most used rooms of the house. It’s where the family gathers and company comes to chat. If the furniture in your living room is not arranged comfortably, then you may not enjoy the space as much as you should. Heed the tips below in order to get the furniture in the living room is arranged for comfort and practicality.  


See How Conversations Will Play Out


You want your living room to be a place where face-to-face conversation actually thrives. Even in the age of the smartphone, people still like a certain kind of connection with one another. Make sure that food and drinks will be in easy reach and that the seating is arranged in a way that allows everyone to be involved with a conversation. 


Use Dividing Factors


If you have a large living room, you’ll need to divide the space with either a room separation apparatus or a piece of furniture. Using furniture actually keeps the room cozy and free from feeling stuffy. If the living room bleeds into another room with an open floor plan, this becomes especially important. Use a sofa, and allow it to face away from the dining area in order to divide the conversation spaces and keep your home’s interior design flowing. 


Use A Focal Point


Most living rooms have a TV or a fireplace, or both. You can keep both on the same wall, or create separate spaces for both activities in order to have some division in the room. There are many different strategies that can be used in order to keep both the fireplace and the television in the same space without making a dizzying focal point.


Think Outside The Box


By arranging your furniture at a diagonal, or different angle than simple straight lines, you’ll be able to give your living room some flavor. First, set the sofa and the coffee table, then create the rest of the space around these establishing angles. This will make the room feel bigger and give it a sense of symmetry with flavor.          


Matching Furniture Gives Flow


By getting matching sofas, chairs, and side tables, you’ll be able to create a sense of symmetry in the room. The way you arrange the furniture ultimately depends on your needs and tastes, but you’ll have a few anchoring pieces to work with that will allow you to make the living room your canvas and your furniture your subjects. Have fun playing with the layout and design of the room. There’s really no right or wrong answers, just simply what will make you happy and what looks good in the space.



174 Ridge Street, Millis, MA 02054

Single-Family

$469,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Classic Currier and Ives Cape located on a .61 Acre Wooded Lot adjacent to Equestrian Center and Oak Grove Farm Recreation Land. This 4 Bedroom Home features a Newly Renovated Kitchen with Gorgeous Granite Counters, Light Gray Cabinetry, Stainless Steel Appliances, Recessed Lighting and Hardwood Flooring. Step out to a Large Deck overlooking a Beautiful Wooded Fenced Back Yard. Warm and Inviting Fireside Family Room features a Brick Hearth and Large Bay Window. Two Bedrooms on the First Floor; one is currently being used as a Home Office. Two Full Bathrooms, one has New Interior Paint (2019) and Updated Fixtures (2016). Two Large Bedrooms on the Second Floor feature Newer Carpeting and Windows in the Master Bedroom. Semi-finished Room in the Lower Level. Convenient Mudroom off the Kitchen. New Furnace 2013. New Driveway 2015. New Deck Railings 2018. New Exterior Paint 2014. New Gutters 2014. New Septic 2004. ~ 4 miles to the Commuter Rail in Norfolk. Award Winning School Status!
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Classic Currier and Ives Cape located on a .61 Acre Wooded Lot adjacent to Equestrian Center and Oak Grove Farm Recreation Land. This 4 Bedroom Home features a Newly Renovated Kitchen with Gorgeous Granite Counters, Light Gray Cabinetry, Stainless Steel Appliances, Recessed Lighting and Hardwood Flooring. Step out to a Large Deck overlooking a Beautiful Wooded Fenced Back Yard. Warm and Inviting Fireside Family Room features a Brick Hearth and Large Bay Window. Two Bedrooms on the First Floor; one is currently being used as a Home Office. Two Full Bathrooms feature New Interior Paint (2019) and Updated Fixtures (2016). Two Large Bedrooms on the Second Floor feature Newer Carpeting and Windows in the Master Bedroom. Semi-finished Room in the Lower Level. Convenient Mudroom off the Kitchen. New Furnace 2013. New Driveway 2015. New Deck Railings 2018. New Exterior Paint 2014. New Gutters 2014. New Septic 2004. ~ 4 miles to the Commuter Rail in Norfolk. Award Winning School Status!

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