Carol Snider & Laura Snider Cooperman, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage | Metrowest Real Estate



12 Gannon Terrace, Framingham, MA 01702

Single-Family

$589,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
There's a Surprise inside!! Set on 1/2 acre private lot, on cul-de-sac in the heart of the Woodcrest Acres neighborhood, is this SPACIOUS Contemporary NewYork Colonial boasting oversize rooms, Cathedral ceilings ,NEW neutral carpeting, a 2015 roof, this property is a rare treasure. 1st floor has large open foyer, dining room, custom contemporary kitchen with abundant storage, solid surface countertops, large center island w prep sink, + gas cooking! Fireplaced family room leads to 1/2 bath/laundry,+ enclosed cathedral ceiling sunroom w sliders to composite deck! Huge cathedral ceiling living room on 2nd level leads to beautiful library/office with Hardwood Floors+ custom bookshelves+ Fr drs overlooking serene backyard! 3rd level features fabulous fireplaced master suite w dressing room +closet as well as Skylit Master Bath w Jacuzzi tub +contemporary double vanity + storage galore! This home has it all! C/A, 2 fireplaces, Gas heating, Sprinkler and Security systems and 2 Car Garage!!
Open House
Sunday
September 22 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Multiple additions have improved and enlarged this neighborhood, NY colonial set on the cul-de-sac. Brand new neutral carpeting installed in the 4 spacious bedrooms and living areas. This home has space for everyone and can accommodate crowds when entertaining. Three-season room and lovely yard. Come see for yourself what 12 Gannon Terrace has to offer your family!
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12 Gannon Terrace, Framingham, MA 01702

Single-Family

$589,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
There's a Surprise inside!! Set on 1/2 acre private lot, on cul-de-sac in the heart of the Woodcrest Acres neighborhood, is this SPACIOUS Contemporary NewYork Colonial boasting oversize rooms, Cathedral ceilings ,NEW neutral carpeting, a 2015 roof, this property is a rare treasure. 1st floor has large open foyer, dining room, custom contemporary kitchen with abundant storage, solid surface countertops, large center island w prep sink, + gas cooking! Fireplaced family room leads to 1/2 bath/laundry,+ enclosed cathedral ceiling sunroom w sliders to composite deck! Huge cathedral ceiling living room on 2nd level leads to beautiful library/office with Hardwood Floors+ custom bookshelves+ Fr drs overlooking serene backyard! 3rd level features fabulous fireplaced master suite w dressing room +closet as well as Skylit Master Bath w Jacuzzi tub +contemporary double vanity + storage galore! This home has it all! C/A, 2 fireplaces, Gas heating, Sprinkler and Security systems and 2 Car Garage!!
Open House
Sunday
September 22 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Multiple additions have improved and enlarged this neighborhood, NY colonial set on the cul-de-sac. Brand new neutral carpeting installed in the 4 spacious bedrooms and living areas. This home has space for everyone and can accommodate crowds when entertaining. Three-season room and lovely yard. Come see for yourself what 12 Gannon Terrace has to offer your family!
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Location: 12 Gannon Terrace, Framingham, MA 01702    Get Directions




Every homeowner seems to come to a point where they wonder if it’s time to sell their home or renovate the one that they currently have. Whether or not you decide to sell immediately, you can start with some renovations to your home that will offer you a big return on your investments and more comfort. Certain renovation projects are more beneficial than others. We’ll go over some of the best projects that you can take on in your home to add value and comfort to your home.



Curb Appeal Pays 


While you may turn to the inside of your home to make improvements first, it’s actually more beneficial to update the outside of your home before you even begin to tackle the inside. Curb appeal can boost the value of your home significantly. 


Check Your Insulation


You can improve the overall energy efficiency of your home by sealing unattended places in the home. Add insulation and sealing right in your attic. This helps to save on energy costs the whole year through. New insulation brings quite a return on value in your home. 


Make Your Spaces Peaceful And Open


If you have plenty of space available in the house, you’ll get a big return on your investment. Add a bedroom to the home if you are able. Expand on the master bedroom to include large closets along with a master bathroom. Some of these renovations can become a bit of an expense, but you’ll be happy you did them when you get a large return on your investment.     


Add A Deck


Adding an outdoor space to enjoy will not only give you financial returns, it will give you an increased sense of happiness as well. You’ll have a new outdoor space that you’ll be able to enjoy for a good portion of the year.


Think Small


Sometimes even small improvements can add returns and more appeal to your home. Does your kitchen need new tile? Could your dishwasher use an upgrade? Maybe the bathroom counter can be replaced. Anything small around your home that’s upgraded can add up. The kitchen and the bathroom are the two rooms of the home that people most desire to have updated. Doing any and all projects in these rooms can have a really big impact on the value of your property. 


After The Renovations


After you complete the desired renovations in your home, live in it for awhile. If you’re still itching to move on from your property, make an appointment with your realtor. There is nothing wasted in doing renovations to your home whether you decide to stay on the property or move on.


Want to relocate to a condo? With assistance from a real estate agent, you should have no trouble moving into the condo of your choice.

Employing a real estate agent with condo experience is ideal, particularly for property buyers who are considering condos for the first time. However, it is important to note that not all real estate professionals with condo experience are created equal, and some stand out for all the right reasons.

Ultimately, there are several factors to consider as you search for a real estate agent to help you find the perfect condo, including:

1. Expertise

How many years has a real estate agent been assisting condo buyers? Does a real estate agent know how to get information from a homeowners' association (HOA)? And can a real estate agent set up condo showings at your convenience? These are just a few of the questions that condo buyers need to consider before they employ a real estate agent.

As a condo buyer, there is no need to settle for a subpar real estate agent. In fact, real estate agents with condo expertise are available across the country. And if you conduct a comprehensive search for the right real estate agent, you should have no trouble finding a real estate professional who can guide you along each step of the condo buying journey.

2. Communication Skills

How does a real estate agent keep in touch with his or her clients? Try to find a real estate agent who provides regular updates throughout the condo buying process. This real estate professional will make his or her clients a priority and do whatever it takes to help them get the best results possible.

Ideally, you should be able to get in touch with a real estate agent via phone, email or text. And if a real estate agent is unavailable, you usually should expect to hear back from him or her within a few hours at most.

A real estate agent who is readily available will be able to provide you with the condo buying support that you need, any time you need it. As a result, this real estate professional can keep you up to date about new condos as they become available, the state of negotiations with a condo seller and much more.

3. Client Satisfaction

Are past clients satisfied with the support that they received from a real estate agent? Ask a real estate agent for client referrals to find out.

Reaching out to past clients can provide you with a better idea about how a real estate agent will assist you during the condo buying journey. That way, you can determine whether you will feel comfortable working with this real estate agent or if you should consider other options.

Dedicate the necessary time and resources to find a great real estate agent to help you find your dream condo. By doing so, you can move one step closer to making your condo ownership dreams come true.


Home cleaning might not exactly bring feelings of warm excitement; you might get a headache at the mention of the word. But this dreaded activity may add a few hundred dollars to the value of your home when you sell it. The other good news is that there are ways you can achieve brilliant results without expending as much time or energy as you think. 

Have a cleaning plan

There is a saying that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Your current home cleaning routine may not be as effective because you approach the task without a clear plan. It doesn’t take much to create one, just a pen and a pad, or an iPad.

Do a thorough examination of your house inside-out, top to bottom and note down every little area that needs cleaning. From the grease-stained garage floor to the dust-coated bathroom window sills, jot it all down. After this, note down cleaning tasks that will effectively deal with the filth, grouping those that you might do in a single go. Arrange them into a sequence that will help you avoid doing double work. 

Get the right tools

Next, note down which cleaning products and tools you need for each task and check if you have them ready. If not, or if you estimate that the remaining quantity won't suffice, create a shopping list of cleaning agents and instruments. For the best cleaning results, don't fall into the temptation of using a substitute product for a task just because it's available. Use the right tools and products for their designated function.

De-clutter

If you’ve lived where you are for a couple of decades, you’ve probably accumulated a lot of clutter. The trikes your kids learned to ride on, old baseball bats and gloves, broken toys, those trousers you no longer fit in; these items and more lie stashed in the corners of wardrobes and garages in most family homes. Spare a weekend to go through your house from attic to basement collecting all the junk you no longer use. If some of it is still in good condition, arrange a garage sale or pawn it off. The extra cash can help finance your relocation. Toss the remainder of the clutter in the trash. 

Start now

Keeping your home clean as a daily habit will save you a lot of time and money when cleaning it when it’s time to sell. You won’t have to deal with stubborn mold or mildew in your bathroom, for instance, if you get into the habit of rinsing off your bathtub every time after use and keeping faucets and handles dry.Get cracking on your cleaning plan now if you intend to move house soon.




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