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34 Pleasant Spring Lane, Marshfield, MA 02050

Marshfield Hills

Single-Family

$449,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Secret Garden in the Heart of the Hills! Drive up a small winding lane to experience this unexpected treasure of a custom designed ranch style home originally built in the the era of the 50s. The kitchen runs the width of the house and opens with french doors to a beautiful greenhouse style sunroom overlooking a brick patio, park-like lawns and a beautiful fernleaf beech tree..All rooms are a generous size. The large paneled living room has a cambered ceiling, fireplace, 2 sets of french doors and hardwood floors under the carpeting. If you like location, you can walk to the post office, general store, art center, library and church from this home. It is only a 10 minute drive to either a train station or Humarock Beach. Marinas are nearby for boating and fishing. This house needs some attention and updating, but you will definitely fall in love with it. Town of Marshfield will be having Pleasant Spring Rd paved before winter this year.
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Bathroom renovations can be costly, particularly for home sellers who lack the skills and know-how to perform bathroom repairs on their own. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to revamp your bathroom and give it a distinct look and feel. Here are three tips that you can use to reinvent your bathroom on a budget: 1. Give Your Cabinets a Facelift. Drab, unattractive bathroom cabinets can be a major eyesore, particularly for home sellers who are trying to generate interest in their residences. Conversely, you can replace the hardware for your cabinets and sand, prime and paint these cabinets without having to worry about breaking your budget. New cabinet door knobs and pulls can help you transform bland cabinet doors into dazzling ones. Plus, it often is easy to replace cabinet door knobs and pulls, and you may be able to remove and install new cabinet door knobs and pulls in only minutes. Furthermore, you can sand, prime and paint cabinets to with ease. This will enable you to give your cabinet doors an eye-catching appearance quickly and effortlessly. 2. Replace Cracked or Broken Tile. Even a single cracked or broken tile can impact a homebuyer's decision to purchase your home, and you'll want to ensure that every tile looks great before you get ready to show your residence to prospective buyers. Replacing cracked or broken tile will require you to break up any loose tile with a hammer or cold chisel. Then, you'll need to clean the affected area, apply mortar to the new tile and set it in place. Also, don't forget to use a grout sealer to ensure your new tile stays in place. By doing so, you'll be able to make the tile in your bathroom look as good as new. 3. Add an Awe-Inspiring Mirror. Who says your bathroom mirror can't blend form and fashion? With a stunning mirror, you can give your bathroom a hip, chic look, one that may help your home stand out from others in a highly competitive real estate sector. Of course, you always can keep an existing bathroom mirror in place and transform its appearance with moulding as well. There are many kinds of moulding at your disposal, giving you a variety of options to choose from as you search for the best way to enhance your bathroom's appearance. No bathroom would be complete without an outstanding mirror. And if you dedicate the necessary time and resources to complete bathroom renovations, you should have no trouble adding an exquisitely designed mirror or using moulding to improve the appearance of your bathroom's existing mirror. Bathroom repairs, like many home improvement projects, can be tricky. However, your real estate agent may be able to help you figure out which repairs are critical to help you improve your chances of a quick sale. As such, you should consult with your real estate agent before you embark on any bathroom renovations to ensure your repairs will enable you to boost the value of your residence. Use bathroom renovations to make your home more attractive to homebuyers, and you may be able to give homebuyers another reason to consider your residence.


24 Bow Street, Marshfield, MA 02050

Marshfield Hills

Single-Family

$689,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This lovely pristine antique cape circa 1814 is located in the heart of the Marshfield Hills village area. It's 2.25 acres include a park like level grassy area w room for tennis court, soccer field, corral, or gardens. The property includes a pool house, detached 2 car garage and a nice barn by the back field. A large glassed sun-room off the kitchen area has a beautiful brick floor enhanced by a wooden ceiling & soffit lighting. This attractive room overlooks the pool and back acreage scenery. Beautiful wide pine floors are throughout. Kitchen is an open plan next to the family room. There are nice high ceilings on the first floor. Beautiful brick walkways for every direction. 4 charming fireplaces. There are lots of convenient closets, nooks and crannies throughout this house. Walk to post office, general store, art center and small library. Short ride to train, Scituate Harbor, shopping, beaches and marinas. Location, Location plus charm and character.
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October 01 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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This lovely pristine antique cape circa 1814 is located in the heart of the Marshfield Hills village area. It's 2.25 acres include a park like level grassy area w room for tennis court, soccer field, corral, or gardens. The property includes a pool house, detached 2 car garage and a nice barn by the back field. A large glassed sun-room off the kitchen area has a beautiful brick floor enhanced by a wooden ceiling & soffit lighting. This attractive room overlooks the pool and back acreage scenery. Beautiful wide pine floors are throughout. Kitchen is an open plan next to the family room. There are nice high ceilings on the first floor. Beautiful brick walkways for every direction. 4 charming fireplaces. There are lots of convenient closets, nooks and crannies throughout this house. Walk to post office, general store, art center and small library. Short ride to train, Scituate Harbor, shopping, beaches and marinas. Location, Location plus charm and character.

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Newlywed life is such an exciting time! It’s also a time many couples decide to buy their first home together. And therefore aside from having a wedding, it’s the first major financial decision couples make together. Hit the ground running together with these tips:

Co-managing money: If they haven’t already combined finances before the big day many couples choose to do so after marriage. Learning how to manage money on your own is a task unto itself but managing it together is a vital skill for newlyweds. You can avoid unnecessary fights over money down the road by getting on the same page financially now. Get really honest with each other. Put everything on the table, especially various debts you each may hold, from credit cards to school loans it’s all important to get a true snapshot of your combined finances.

Create a budget for your life together. Calculate your combined expenses. Consider where you can cut back on services and habits to save money and what you need to add to your budget. Be sure to consider: savings for a nest egg, vacations, car repairs, and unexpected medical emergencies. You may also want to begin saving up to start a family or plan for retirement. When you have a complete picture of your finances you can then look at what’s left over. What kind of down payment and/or monthly payments will you be able to realistically make with this amount?

You’ll also want to talk to each other about your lifestyle goals. If you’ve always dreamed of living in the city or a small tightly-knit town. Perhaps you’ve always imagined a large, spacious home while your partner is thinking of something smaller to focus more on traveling. Do you want a garage, a big yard, a pool or to be close to family? Getting clear on what you each expect from your ideal home will help you find the perfect middle ground where you will both be happy.

It’s best to be able to make at least 20% of the house cost for a down payment. The higher the down payment you can make the better as you’ll have lower monthly payments and won’t get hit with extra fees from your insurance. If you can’t save up this amount, look into first-time buyer loans which allow new buyers to make a smaller down payment.

Be prepared. Remember to plan and budget for closing costs on your home. You don’t want this price tag to catch you off guard. Other things to be financially prepared for throughout the year are property taxes, homeowner’s insurance as well as maintenance and upkeep.

Being newlyweds is an exciting time where you have the rest of your life together to look forward to. And buying a new home, in a lot of ways, can feel like the first major step in laying down the foundation for a long, happy life together.




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