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22 Acorn St, Marshfield, MA 02050

Marshfield Center

Single-Family

$389,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Vintage Charming Cape with attached breezeway and garage on 3 acres of open and wooded land for play, gardens,animals, corral, storage, or just privacy. Not a granite and tile showcase, this fixxer upper has tradition, quality construction and real estate value.Cosmetically updated in the 70s, re-roofed and rewired 00's. Fresh Title V septic system 2016. Fresh and recent appliances.Looking for the right family to move in and appreciate or expand/update if desired. Perfect place for robust child rearing. This house & yard has been the playground to many children over the past 60 years and even inspired a popular children's book! ("Marshfield Dreams"). Nearby employment opportunities for youth (Marshhfield Center & Marshfield Country Club) One of the few affordable properties left on the market in Marshfield with several acres of land near the town center. 1st time on the mkt in over 50 years
Open House
Sunday
May 06 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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10 Autumn Ln, Marshfield, MA 02050

Condo

$499,500
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
One of Marshfield's finest Condominium complexes. This unit offers more natural sunlight and was purposefully designed w/ a full dormer loft on the 2nd floor & a full bath w/ over-sized tub-shower, a huge walk in closet and access to an enormous walk-in attic space. This versatile area could be a master BR, media room, office or guest space. The first floor master BR is quite spacious with it's own sunlit full bath & walk-in closet. The kitchen has a nice eating area & was designed with a charming window to view the front entry hall. Off the kitchen is one of the largest decks in the complex for relaxing and enjoying privacy & views of the park-like rear grounds. The Entry foyer is a two story hall and the living room has a gas log fireplace and high ceilings. The basement is finished with a huge work room, exercise room & a spacious family room with a cedar closet plus a sliding glass door to grassy lawn. Unit has automatic generator system included, intercom & level driveway.
Open House
Sunday
May 06 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Come see this sunny and very spacious unit in a lovely complex
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This Single-Family in Marshfield, MA recently sold for $795,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Office Marshfield - Betsy Hines Realtors, LLC.


30 Hampstead Way, Marshfield, MA 02050

Marshfield Hills

Single-Family

$824,900
Price
$795,000
Sale Price

13
Rooms
4
Beds
2/2
Full/Half Baths
Private Retreat in HAMPSTEAD OF MARSHFIELD HILLS! Commuting to Boston? - Approx. 2Miles to Highway or Commuter Rail. MBTA Trains and Hingham Commuter Boat Nearby. This Classic Colonial Is Perched On It's Own Beautifully Landscaped Hill With A Heated Gunite Pool And Waterfall That Is Separately Fenced - Leaving Plenty Of Grassy Areas For Recreation. The Kitchen Is A Chef's Dream With Custom Cabinetry, Recessed Lighting, Granite Counters, And Stainless Appliances, Including 48" Gas Professional Six Burner/Grill Range. Open Floor Plan Dining Room, Kitchen, And Dramatic Marble Fireplaced Family Room With Cherry Floor Is Perfect For Entertaining. Living Room With French Doors Offers Privacy - Great Possibility For Home Office. Spacious Master Suite With Updated Bath Featuring Tiled Shower, Jetted Tub, And Radiant Heat. Lower Level Exercise Room With Sauna, Game Room. Replacement Windows And New High-Efficiency Heating System Add Extra Value To This Impeccably Maintained Mini Estate!

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Whether you have a free-standing pantry, or a dedicated room for storing your kitchen essentials, there’s certain things that you should do to make sure your pantry is organized and that you have easy access to all of your items. Here’s some tips for good organization in your kitchen pantry: Be Careful With Stacking Canned Goods If you stack large items with other smaller items, such as different sized canned goods, it can pose a problem. An alternative to this storage dilemma is that of using risers. If you don’t want to put risers in because you feel that they’ll take up too much space, remember that these storage tools are giving you space in a different sense. However you choose to stack your canned goods, remember that the shortest item should be in the front. Organizing your canned goods by height can help to save you time and space. Store Open Items In Airtight Containers Items that have been opened should be stored in an airtight container with a lid. This can save you money by keeping items fresh. Also, you and your family will know what food items have been opened and need to be finished up before new items are ripped open. Keep cereals, crackers, cookies and even pet food fresh with the use of this simple tactic. Stacking Bins Save Space If you’re like most of America, your town probably recycles. Consider getting stacking bins for the pantry or kitchen area to place recyclables in. Make sure these bins aren’t too large. This way, you’ll be on top of taking the recycling outside to where it needs to be. This organizing tip helps to keep your kitchen clean. Also, be sure that these containers are easy to open for your convenience. Categorize Your Snack Foods Your kitchen pantry area will stay much more organized if you keep things in categories. Cookies and other sweet snacks should stay on one shelf in one area. Snacks for the kids should be easy to grab for little hands (that is of course if the kids have free reign over the kitchen!) Savory and salty snacks are a different category that will be on a completely different shelf and area. Baskets can be a great accessory for single-serve items. Boxes that snack items come in often take up a lot of space that could be better used. Bags of chips and other items are the same way. These bagged items can be transferred to sealable containers. Baskets are also easy to carry around if you’re offering a choice of snacks. Be sure you have clips to close bags and packages to keep snack items fresh. How Deep Is Your Shelf? Be mindful when it comes to shelving items like bottles that are all the same size. This can make things hard to find. These types of items are often best stored on a lazy Susan, or other type of turn-style storage that easily spins and allows you to see what’s available for your cooking use. This way, you’ll never have to move a bunch of things to find what you’re looking for! These kitchen pantry storage tips will help you to stay organized and save time both cooking and cleaning.


22 Acorn St, Marshfield, MA 02050

Marshfield Center

Single-Family

$389,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Vintage Charming Cape with attached breezeway and garage on 3 acres of open and wooded land for play, gardens,animals, corral, storage, or just privacy. Not a granite and tile showcase, this fixxer upper has tradition, quality construction and real estate value.Cosmetically updated in the 70s, re-roofed and rewired 00's. Fresh Title V septic system 2016. Fresh and recent appliances.Looking for the right family to move in and appreciate or expand/update if desired. Perfect place for robust child rearing. This house & yard has been the playground to many children over the past 60 years and even inspired a popular children's book! ("Marshfield Dreams"). Nearby employment opportunities for youth (Marshhfield Center & Marshfield Country Club) One of the few affordable properties left on the market in Marshfield with several acres of land near the town center. 1st time on the mkt in over 50 years
Open House
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