Joleen Rose - ERA Key Realty Services-Bay State Group


This Single-Family in Milford, MA recently sold for $455,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Joleen Rose - ERA Key Realty Services, The Bay State Group.


2 Whitewood Road, Milford, MA 01757

Single-Family

$469,000
Price
$455,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Traditional Center Entrance Colonial in SOUGHT AFTER NORTH MILFORD! Spacious 8 Room, 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Home Is Situated on a Beautiful Wooded Lot! Formal Living Room and Dining Room Feature Gleaming Hardwood Flooring and Bay Window Ushering In Lots of Natural Light. The Eat-In Kitchen Features Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Counters and Ceramic Tile Flooring. The French Doors in Kitchen Open to a Large Screened-In Porch and Mahogany Deck Overlooking a Fabulous Park Like Setting; Great For Entertaining Friends and Family. The Inviting Fireside Family Room w/ Hardwood Floors and Brick Hearth is a Wonderful Space with Access to a Half Bath Fully Updated and Separate Laundry Room. Four Bedrooms on the Second Floor. Two Fully Updated Full Bathrooms Feature Granite Vanities, Tiled Tub and Showers and Ceramic Tiled Flooring. Programmable Nest Thermostats, Irrigation System, Gas Heat & 2-Car Garage. One Of The Most Sought After Neighborhoods and Location in Milford!

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Designing your dream kitchen is a fun and exciting step in your home build or remodel. You’ll want to find the perfect cabinets, countertops, and sink for your new space. In addition to the aesthetic of the pieces you select, be sure to consider their functional value. Here are some smart ideas to keep in mind when designing your space. 

Intentional Storage Solutions

You’ll want to have functional spaces that store your belongings in a well organized, easily accessible way. Consider pull out cabinets that have built-in racks for your pantry stock or food storage containers. Kitchen items can get lost in deep cabinets, select medium depth to shallow cabinets with shelves to keep things within reach. Introduce lazy susan cabinets to activate otherwise wasted space. Look for options with shelves that rotate out when the door is open. Hidden trash drawers are perfect for keeping your space tidy, closing up food smells and opening up floor space.

Space for Appliances

One of the more difficult things to account for is space for smaller appliances like food processors, blenders and mixers. You need to store them but you also need space to use them. Building your kitchen from scratch allows you to make smart decisions about where and how you will use appliances. Instead of creating two spaces for your appliances, consider creating cabinet space or shelving that has built-in electrical outlets. This allows you to use the appliances in the same place that you store them.

Workspace

You may be concerned about having ample space for meal preparation. Consider adding an island or introducing workspace through pull-out counter spaces or cutting boards. Including vertical storage solutions like pegboards, hooks, and shelving will help to keep counters clutter-free.

Before you work through the design aspects of your kitchen remodel, think about how you’ll use the space and design it meet the unique needs of your household.


A home selling budget may prove to be exceedingly valuable. With this budget in hand, an individual will know approximately how much money that he or she will need to complete the home selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three expenses to include in a home selling budget.

1. Home Cleaning

If you want to impress buyers, you likely will need to maintain a neat, tidy home interior. As such, you may want to account for cleaning supplies in your house selling budget.

Of course, you may choose to hire a home cleaning company. And in this scenario, you should consider how frequently you want this company to clean your house.

Regardless of whether you choose to purchase cleaning supplies so you can clean your house on your own or hire a home cleaning company, you should shop around. That way, you can evaluate the costs associated with different cleaning supplies and home cleaning companies and make the best-possible decision based on your finances.

2. Home Repairs

Repairing a home may be costly, particularly for those who failed to maintain their residences over time. Yet if you consider the home repairs you need to complete, you can incorporate the costs associated with these repairs into your house selling budget.

It may be beneficial to conduct a house inspection prior to listing your home. Once you receive a house inspection report, you can learn about any underlying home problems. You then can assess the costs to perform assorted home repairs.

For those who want to save money on home repairs, you may be able to complete simple property upgrades on your own. If you are unsure about how to perform various home improvements, however, you should hire a professional. Otherwise, if you try to complete these home improvements on your own, you risk making expensive, time-consuming and dangerous mistakes.

3. Packing and Moving

After you sell your house, you may have only a short amount of time to pack up your belongings and relocate to a new address. Meanwhile, if you account for your potential packing and moving costs, you can ensure that you will have the funds available to cover these expenses when you are ready to relocate.

In some instances, home sellers pick up packing supplies early in the property selling journey. This ensures a seller won't have to worry about rushing to purchase packing supplies as moving day approaches.

You may want to reach out to local moving companies for quotes, too. And when you finally sell your home, you can finalize plans with an affordable, convenient moving company that you have already vetted.

Lastly, selling a house can be challenging, but a real estate agent can help. If you hire a real estate agent, you can receive plenty of assistance as you craft a home selling budget. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will do whatever it takes to help you enjoy a fast, profitable house selling experience.


This Multi-Family in Millis, MA recently sold for $565,000. This style home was sold by Joleen Rose - ERA Key Realty Services, The Bay State Group.


9-11 Spring Street, Millis, MA 02054

Multi-Family

$594,900
Price
$565,000
Sale Price

2
Units
3,164
Approx. GLA
Tremendous Investment Opportunity! This 2-Family, 14 Room Duplex Is Located Well Off The Road On 2.3 Beautiful Wooded Acres; Close To Downtown, Schools, Library & Shopping. EACH UNIT Offers ~1,582 Square Feet of Living; Including a Large Living Room with Bay Window, Large Open Kitchen with Dining Room and Slider That Opens Out to a Large Deck Overlooking a Fabulous Private Wooded Lot. The First Floor Half Bath Includes a Laundry Room with Extra Storage Closet. Three Bedrooms on the Second Floor with Jack & Jill Full Bath. The Walk-Out Lower Level Offers Another Large Room Suitable for Office, Exercise, Playroom or 4th Bedroom. Gas Heat, Town Water and Sewer, One-Car Garage on EACH SIDE and ~4 Miles to the Commuter Rail. Easy To Show. Set Up Your Appointment Today!




When your family is searching for a home, it’s an exciting time for the adults, but if there are children involved, it can be a difficult task. Children don’t have to be left in the dark during a home search. Children of all ages can be involved in the process of finding a home. Read on for tips on how to make your kids feel a part of the home search process. 


Young Children


Preschool-aged children might seem not to be aware of the fact that your family is searching for a home, but they can still very much be a part of the process. One thing to remember about young children is that you shouldn’t give them too many options. Once you have narrowed down the homes to a few and the time to buy a home is close, it’s a good time to tell your toddler about the fact that you’re moving. While you probably don’t want to take your kids along with you on all of your home viewings, you can bring the children with you. Even the opinions of the tiniest among us can help contribute to a final decision. 


School-Aged Children


Older children may be more challenging to deal with during a move. These kids are more aware of the changes to come and maybe more reluctant of the entire process. It’s best to include children this age (around 6-9 years old) in conversions about your plans. Where do you hope to move? What neighborhood will the home be? Show them pictures of potential new homes. Allowing kids this age to share their thoughts on location and the types of houses you’re looking at can help to ease fears and anxieties. Remind your kids that the final choice is up to the adults but that you appreciate and welcome their input. 


Older Children And Teenagers 


Pre-teens and teenagers can play a part in the house search. Make sure that they understand that there’s no pressure on them to pick a house but their input is essential to you. Teens are tweens should be encouraged to come along on house tours to help give an opinion on the properties in person. 


The older the kids that are involved, the more you should value and welcome your input.  Make sure that you reassure your teens, letting them know that they can continue their favorite activities. Do a little research on the new community first, or allow your kids to do a bit of research themselves.