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36 Groton, Westford, MA 01886

Single-Family

$1,775,000
Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Rare opportunity awaits you at this unique property.Property includes approx. 4.7 acre divided into 3 lots w/ 3 deeds. See attached plans. Lot 3A, 1.45 ac. includes a picturesque home overlooking heart shaped pond,w/circular driveway.Home features many updates & fine features. Beautiful expansive home w/room for everyone. Updated baths, kitchen, windows, roof & more. Home includes 1st floor accessory apartment with liv. rm., kitchen, bath & den. In addition to the 2 car garage under, this home offers a 2 car detached garage with terrific finished space on 2nd floor w/bath, living rm. & wet bar space. Lot 2A, currently used for business & includes a 40x80 garage/storage building, 3 phase electric, separate utilities.Lot 1B 1.7 Acres of open space. Many options for this beautiful site including live in home & run your own business, residential surrounded by open space or land development. Property abuts MIT Observatory w/1000 acres of privacy. Enter from Groton Rd or Millstone Rd
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When it comes time to attend a home showing, it helps to be prepared. That way, you can check out a house from top to bottom and confirm that this house fits your needs.

Ultimately, there are several important steps that a homebuyer should take before attending a home showing, and these are:

1. Review the Home Listing

Reading a home listing often serves as a first opportunity to evaluate a house and determine whether it could be your dream residence. As such, you'll want to review the listing closely to verify your interest in a house.

Oftentimes, reading a home listing a few times is a good idea. This will enable you to analyze all aspects of the listing and ensure it is worth your time to visit a house in-person.

2. Create a Home Showing Checklist

Although a home listing likely provides lots of information about a house, there may be plenty of unanswered questions that you have about a residence. Fortunately, a home showing gives you the opportunity to ask questions and receive insights into a house that you won't be able to receive elsewhere. And if you craft a home showing checklist in advance, you'll be ready to get the information that you need to fully assess a residence.

Remember, there is no such thing as a "bad" question, particularly when it comes to evaluating a house. If you make a list of questions before a home showing, you'll be able to receive responses that can help you make an informed decision about whether to submit an offer on a house.

Don't forget to include different areas of a home in your home showing checklist, either. In most cases, you'll want to evaluate a house's roof, attic and other areas to determine whether costly, time-intensive repairs may be needed in the near future.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Preparing for a home showing may prove to be difficult, particularly for a buyer who is attending a showing for the first time. If you consult with a real estate agent, however, you can get the help that you need to prepare for any home showing, at any time.

A real estate agent is a homebuying professional who understands the ins and outs of evaluating a residence. He or she can provide expert home showing preparation recommendations and serve as a guide throughout the showing itself.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is happy to help you at each stage of the homebuying journey. If you have questions before or after a home showing, a real estate agent is ready to answer them. And if you want to submit an offer following a showing, this housing market professional can help you submit a competitive proposal at your convenience.

Don't wait to kick off your search for the perfect home. Instead, follow the aforementioned steps, and you can prepare for a home showing and move closer to acquiring your ideal residence.



150 Lincoln Street, Hudson, MA 01749

Single-Family

$420,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome to 150 Lincoln Street. Drive up and be amazed at this landscapers dream property, Beautiful custom stone work with lighting, gorgeous perennials, garden area and stone walkways. This home offers many improvements including Roof, siding, windows - all approximately 2011/2012. New Gas heating system 2014. First floor features Living room, dining room, kitchen, which opens to enclosed porch, bath and one bedroom. Second floor has 2 bedrooms. Sit on back porch or improved back deck and enjoy the beauty. Home located in a fabulous location within walking distance to Hudson's vibrant downtown. Also a short walk to Danforth Falls Conservation Land. See attached property map.
Open House
Saturday
June 12 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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150 Lincoln Street, Hudson, MA 01749

Single-Family

$420,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome to 150 Lincoln Street. Drive up and be amazed at this landscapers dream property, Beautiful custom stone work with lighting, gorgeous perennials, garden area and stone walkways. This home offers many improvements including Roof, siding, windows - all approximately 2011/2012. New Gas heating system 2014. First floor features Living room, dining room, kitchen, which opens to enclosed porch, bath and one bedroom. Second floor has 2 bedrooms. Sit on back porch or improved back deck and enjoy the beauty. Home located in a fabulous location within walking distance to Hudson's vibrant downtown. Also a short walk to Danforth Falls Conservation Land. See attached property map.
Open House
Saturday
June 12 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 150 Lincoln Street, Hudson, MA 01749    Get Directions

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There are a lot of decisions to make when it comes to building a new construction home. Not only are you going to be talking with the builder about the floor plan and interior design theme for the house, but you also have to think about the type of lifestyle that you want to lead inside your new home.

If you are interested in green living, then you should carefully consider the type of materials used to build your new home.

These are the most eco-friendly materials to use in new home construction:

Bamboo

Bamboo has become a popular option for sustainable flooring, largely because it has the same durability, strength and appearance as wood. It is becoming the material of choice among eco-savvy homeowners because bamboo can be regenerated quicker than wood, and it is helping to dwindle the dependence people have on wood across the globe.

Reclaimed Wood

Reclaimed wood is a material that is created from old pieces of wood that have been previously used in construction. Reclaimed barn wood, for instance, has become particularly popular over the last decade. This wood is used to create unique, one-of-a-kind flooring as well as siding for homes. Homeowners often feel good about the fact that they are giving new life to a piece of wood rather than harvesting fresh wood that is not as sustainable.

Wool Insulation

For decades, builders have most often relied upon fiberglass insulation when building a new home. Today, however, many homeowners are finding that sustainable insulation made from natural materials is a better option. Wool insulation has been found to be a better insulation material than fiberglass, allowing people to feel warmer in the winter and cooler during the summer months while inside their homes.

Recycled Drywall

One up-and-coming trend in sustainable home construction is recycled drywall. Builders now have access to drywall material that consists of nearly 80 percent recycled materials. This type of drywall is just as sturdy and durable as its newly-manufactured counterparts.

Mass Timber

Another eco-friendly material that homeowners may want to consider is mass timber. Mass timber is a wood composite product that is so strong it can be used to replace steel or concrete parts. Mass timber is created in a more sustainable way and results in less carbon emissions than steel or concrete manufacturing.

Low-VOC Paints

Homeowners who want to create an eco-friendly living space may want to ask their builder or contractor to use low-VOC paints. These paints have fewer chemicals in them, and are safer for both people and the environment at-large. There are zero-VOC paints available as well, for those who are interested.

When you opt for sustainable materials for the construction of your home, you may find that there are added benefits. These materials have become known not only for being kind to the environment but also for being long-lasting, durable options. Homeowners who prioritize sustainable materials during the construction of their homes find that they have less need for maintenance and repairs in the years to come.




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