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This Single-Family in Norwell, MA recently sold for $509,900. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by Office Marshfield - Betsy Hines Realtors, LLC.


359 Prospect St, Norwell, MA 02061

Single-Family

$499,999
Price
$509,900
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
If you like the look of a golf course, or a park, this expansive yard is it! This whole house is in mint condition. The kitchen is amazing with newer cabinets on three walls, granite counter tops, gas range, auto closing drawers, pantry closet, built in TV area and a huge picture window overlooking the sweeping vistas of lawn. There is a newer composite and vinyl deck with huge sitting area and dining area. The house is covered with attractive shingle style vinyl. Two gorgeous new bathrooms were recently installed. In addition, there is also a separate shed building with electricity, electric door opener....room enough to be an artist's studio or office. The driveway is impressive with the amount of paved parking area available. Easy to show, This is a good looking, low maintenance home.

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437 Moraine Street, Marshfield, MA 02050

Single-Family

$429,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Pretty 3 bedroom Cape with 1 car garage situated on a 1/2 acre wooded lot. Beautifully updated kitchen with cherry cabinets granite and stainless. Built-ins in both dining and living room to display your treasures. Hardwood floors throughout most of 1st floor as well as the master. French doors lead to gorgeous 13X15 sun room with gas fireplace. Lower level family room has full windows, tile floor and fireplace. Freshly paint interior and exterior. Brand new carpet in bedrooms. Conveniently located near downtown for shopping and restaurants. This home has great space for the money!
Open House
Sunday
November 12 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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25 Lazell St, Hingham, MA 02043

Single-Family

$949,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Make this beautiful property your home. It is set on over an acre and a half of level land in a prime location. Walk by sidewalks to Hingham High School area, Wampatuck State park and to shopping areas. Only a few minutes ride to Rt 3, or to the train station to Boston. Versatile floor plan with spacious rooms for a home built in 1800. Most of this property has it's original features and details. The lovely yard is fenced in with in-ground gunite pool. Large rooms and ample closet space. Bright and sunny rooms with the perfect flow. The property also offers a detached barn/garage for plenty of storage. New 4 bedroom septic to be installed prior to closing.
Open House
Sunday
November 12 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Price reduction on this one of a kind property. Please feel free to send your buyers.
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Location: 25 Lazell St, Hingham, MA 02043    Get Directions

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25 Lazell St, Hingham, MA 02043

Single-Family

$949,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Make this beautiful property your home. It is set on over an acre and a half of level land in a prime location. Walk by sidewalks to Hingham High School area, Wampatuck State park and to shopping areas. Only a few minutes ride to Rt 3, or to the train station to Boston. Versatile floor plan with spacious rooms for a home built in 1800. Most of this property has it's original features and details. The lovely yard is fenced in with in-ground gunite pool. Large rooms and ample closet space. Bright and sunny rooms with the perfect flow. The property also offers a detached barn/garage for plenty of storage. New 4 bedroom septic to be installed prior to closing.
Open House
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If you’ve paid any attention to home and living catalogues over the years you’ve probably noticed how quickly home decor trends come and go. Just like in the world of fashion, the people who manufacture homegoods do it with one idea in mind: to keep you coming back for more.


There’s an important distinction to be made between a trend and a style. You’ve probably seen several homes that adhere to the styles of farmhouse, mid-century modern, industrial, and so on. However, within these styles there are several trends that flood magazines and houses each year. While everyone wants to keep their home up to date, it’s important to keep a watchful eye out for homegoods that are just capitalizing on the latest trends.


In this article, we’ll break down some home decor tips that will help you pick the homegoods that will look great year after year while also serving a useful function in your house. And, we’ll help you avoid the trends that put a strain on your wallet each year.

Keep the big picture in mind


When browsing through the latest Crate & Barrel catalog, it’s tempting to order items based on liking the way they look in the picture. However, it’s important to remember how it would look in your own home. This is true for many items around the home, like houseplants. If you have a farmhouse-style home, decorating it with cacti or zen gardens might appear out of place and thus will be short-lived decorations.


Aside from the inside of your home, it’s important to keep in mind the architectural style of your house. It would seem strange, for example, to enter a brownstone building in Brooklyn to find it filled with country style decorations. That isn’t to say you need to always adhere exclusively to the architectural style of the building (some juxtapositions work well together and are a fun way to give your home some originality).

Good design sticks around


Appearance isn’t everything. When it comes to things like furniture, appliances, and kitchenware you’ll find that usefulness and ease of access is a key feature. Before buying one of these items, think about whether it serves a purpose, and if it serves that purpose better than your current item. Read reviews or ask friends and family about these items before purchasing them.

Stick to the classics


One of the latest trends to hit coffee shops around the country is the tall metal stool. Sometimes they have a backrest, sometimes they don’t. They can be painted a neutral color or left metallic and unfinished.


While these stools may fit neatly into the modern, industrial look, they might not fit your particular needs. In some instances, it’s better to stick to the tried-and-true furniture items for your home. If you’re placing the stools somewhere that people are going to sit often and for long periods of time, you’ll want them to be comfortable. Don’t sacrifice comfort in your own home just because something looks good.




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