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73 Pepperell Rd, Groton, MA 01450

West Groton

Condo

$540,000
Price

8
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Own This LUXURY New Construction Townhome, and Claim Your Stake in Groton History! The Tarbell School, a 1914 Colonial Revival, and Prairie Style Architecture Brick Building Have Been Brought Back to its Original Beauty and Eloquence. Designed for Your EXPERIENCE, Use of SUNLIGHT, Ambiance and ENTERTAINMENT, Your New Home Will Not Disappoint. Your Master Builder Has Combined Original Schoolroom Hardwood Floors, Glorious 8 Foot Windows, 12 Foot Ceilings, with New Construction QUALITY and Flair. Enjoy Your 2 Car Garage, Walk-Out Lower Level, Spacious 1.44 Acres, and School Yard Playground for the Children! This IS the Proverbial MUST SEE.
Open House
Sunday
August 02 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 73 Pepperell Rd, Groton, MA 01450    Get Directions

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274 Main St, Groton, MA 01450

Groton

Commercial

$725,000
Price

1
Buildings
Office
Type of Comm.
21,078.00
Lot Size
YOUR CHANCE TO OWN COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPACE BUILDING, WHEN OFFICE SPACE IS STARVING IN GROTON! Fantastic Opportunity! With the NEW Groton Inn, the NEW Music Center at Hill (2022), and the Expansion Progress of the Groton Center Overlay District, Groton is a Premier DESTINATION LOCATION, Complementing Groton's already Rich Array of Outdoor Recreational Activities and Premier Public and Private Educational Facilities. This VINTAGE Building has been METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED. Public Water & Sewer. Zoned Residential-Business.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




The process of selling your house may seem endless at times. Fortunately, there are many things that you can do to speed up your home selling timeline, and these are:

1. Conduct a House Inspection

Although a home inspection usually is requested by a buyer after a seller accepts an offer to purchase a house, you may want to conduct this evaluation before you list your residence. In fact, performing a home inspection now may help you identify assorted house problems that otherwise could slow you down later in the home selling process.

During a home inspection, a property expert will examine your residence both inside and out and offer an inspection report. Then, you can use the inspection report to prioritize various house improvement projects.

A home inspection ultimately gives you the insights you need to update your house to match buyers' expectations. As a result, a house inspection can help you quickly discover the best ways to improve your house and ensure you can reap the benefits of a fast, profitable home selling experience.

2. Analyze the Housing Market

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Take a look at the prices of available houses in your city or town that are similar to your own residence. This housing market information can help you understand the price range for comparable houses and enable you to establish a competitive initial home asking price.

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3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

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73 Pepperell Rd, Groton, MA 01450

West Groton

Condo

$540,000
Price

8
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Own This LUXURY New Construction Townhome, and Claim Your Stake in Groton History! The Tarbell School, a 1914 Colonial Revival, and Prairie Style Architecture Brick Building Have Been Brought Back to its Original Beauty and Eloquence. Designed for Your EXPERIENCE, Use of SUNLIGHT, Ambiance and ENTERTAINMENT, Your New Home Will Not Disappoint. Your Master Builder Has Combined Original Schoolroom Hardwood Floors, Glorious 8 Foot Windows, 12 Foot Ceilings, with New Construction QUALITY and Flair. Enjoy Your 2 Car Garage, Walk-Out Lower Level, Spacious 1.44 Acres, and School Yard Playground for the Children! This IS the Proverbial MUST SEE.
Open House
Sunday
July 26 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 73 Pepperell Rd, Groton, MA 01450    Get Directions

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No matter how you look at it, putting your home on the market is a life-changing experience!

Not only will it change your future circumstances, but it will have an impact on your day-to-day routine, right now.

If your home is actively being shown by real estate agents, there are a few things you may need to do on a regular basis to make the best possible impression on potential buyers:

Keep it clean: Ordinarily, most homeowners aren't inclined to thoroughly clean their house every day -- or "at a moment's notice." Very few people have the time or motivation to keep their home's immaculate on a constant basis; it's exhausting just thinking about it! However, when your house is being viewed by prospective buyers, cleanliness -- or the lack, thereof -- will be noticed. Although "old habits die hard," it may be necessary to enlist the help and cooperation of your children (and spouse) in keeping the house looking presentable at all times. While it's unrealistic to expect your home to look immaculate day after day, it might be necessary to establish some new rules and standards for your family to follow about picking up clothes, toys, snack wrappers, and food residues. If you can maintain a "semblance of order" on an ongoing basis, then it shouldn't be too difficult to prepare your home for the next showing. While you'll usually get at least 24-hours notice before a house showing is scheduled, there may be the occasional request for a same-day visit.

Appearances count: "Keeping up Appearances" is more than just a popular British sitcom; it's a necessary goal for anyone hoping to sell their home within a reasonable period of time. Doing your best to stage your home in an attractive, inviting way is a key ingredient to a successful home-selling strategy. Setting priorities for curb appeal will also help you put your best foot forward in a competitive real estate market. Although many aspects of home staging are based on common sense and simple home decorating principles, it's difficult to be objective when your family's home is involved. There's certainly a lot of credible information online concerning the benefits of reducing household clutter and leaning toward neutral paint colors, but you can also turn to your real estate agent for tips on enhancing your home's curb appeal, interior appearance, and overall marketability.

Unless the home you're selling is relatively new or completely updated, there are a lot of decisions to make about how much time, energy, and money should be spend on upgrades, repairs, and enhancements. While everyone's situation, budget, and timetable is different, it's usually necessary to correct issues that might be considered a glaring problem or a deal breaker. Sometimes those issues don't come to the forefront, however, until you get specific feedback from agents and prospective buyers.




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