Megan Tolland - Realty Executives, marketing specialist & buyers agent



4 Partridge Rd, Westborough, MA 01581

Single-Family

$519,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Move right in to this meticulously maintained 4 bedroom colonial home. Many recent updates include stainless steel Kenmore appliances, fencing, exterior painting, a Buderus heating system, water heater, and renovated large family room with gas fireplace and vaulted ceilings. Freshly painted eat in country kitchen opens to a private, screened porch. Finished basement is perfect for game room, man cave or kids space. Fantastic neighborhood perfect for walking and biking, lovely level yard with flowering trees and mature plantings. Bright, sunny rooms, neutral colors and wood flooring throughout both levels. Two-car garage offers plenty of storage above with potential for future renovation. Local pool association is footsteps away. Westborough was recently named Money Magazine's Best Places to Live and listed as a Boston Magazine's Best High Schools of 2016. Great commuter locale-near shops, restaurants, parks, major routes and commuter rail. Open house Saturday 12-2:00!
Open House
Saturday
June 24 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 4 Partridge Rd, Westborough, MA 01581    Get Directions

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4 Partridge Rd, Westborough, MA 01581

Single-Family

$519,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Move right in to this meticulously maintained 4 bedroom colonial home. Many recent updates include stainless steel Kenmore appliances, fencing, exterior painting, a Buderus heating system, water heater, and renovated large family room with gas fireplace and vaulted ceilings. Freshly painted eat in country kitchen opens to a private, screened porch. Finished basement is perfect for game room, man cave or kids space. Fantastic neighborhood perfect for walking and biking, lovely level yard with flowering trees and mature plantings. Bright, sunny rooms, neutral colors and wood flooring throughout both levels. Two-car garage offers plenty of storage above with potential for future renovation. Local pool association is footsteps away. Westborough was recently named Money Magazine's Best Places to Live and listed as a Boston Magazine's Best High Schools of 2016. Great commuter locale-near shops, restaurants, parks, major routes and commuter rail. Open house Saturday 12-2:00!
Open House
Saturday
June 24 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 4 Partridge Rd, Westborough, MA 01581    Get Directions

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4 Partridge Rd, Westborough, MA 01581

Single-Family

$519,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Move right in to this meticulously maintained 4 bedroom colonial home. Many recent updates include stainless steel Kenmore appliances, fencing, exterior painting, a Buderus heating system, water heater, and renovated large family room with gas fireplace and vaulted ceilings. Freshly painted eat in country kitchen opens to a private, screened porch. Finished basement is perfect for game room, man cave or kids space. Fantastic neighborhood perfect for walking and biking, lovely level yard with flowering trees and mature plantings. Bright, sunny rooms, neutral colors and wood flooring throughout both levels. Two-car garage offers plenty of storage above with potential for future renovation. Local pool association is footsteps away. Westborough was recently named Money Magazine's Best Places to Live and listed as a Boston Magazine's Best High Schools of 2016. Great commuter locale-near shops, restaurants, parks, major routes and commuter rail.
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If you want to sell your home quickly and provide the appeal that buyers are looking for, there are a few things that you should know about in relationship to what buyers are looking for. Buyers look for clean, inviting properties that they can see themselves in. Below, you’ll find the tips to help you create that appeal.   


What Does The Home Look Like From The Curb?


The first impression that buyers will get from your home is what it looks like from the curb. Your yard should appear neat and inviting when potential buyers pull up to the home. This means that before an open house, you should rake up the yard, add some colorful plants or flowers if you don’t have any, and be sure that the lawn has been mowed. 


Stage Your Home


As much as you think that lighting candles and organizing the inside of your home just so is slightly over the top, do it. Everything in your home should be neat. Don’t leave unsightly papers laying around or furniture in disarray. Prepare your home for an open house as you would for a magazine shoot.


Photographs Matter


The first place most people start their home search is online. If the photos of your home on the listing aren’t high quality and fail to give a good visual of the home, buyers will scroll right past it. You can even integrate video tours with the listing as well. To get people to attend an open house, you need to get them virtually interested first. 


Make Updates If You Know That You’re Selling 


There are certain changes that just look great on a home. These include updated appliances, new cabinets, bathroom updates, and new flooring. Updating these things also can facilitate a big return on your investments. Buyers love homes that don’t need a whole lot of work- especially in the kitchen and the bathroom. They are willing to pay for these luxuries. 


Know The Market


Hiring an agent who knows the market is one step in the right direction to selling your home fast and easily. Your agent will help you to price your home appropriately based on many factors including the neighborhood, the size of your home, and the demand that is present in the market. Price a home too high and you’ll leave the home sitting on the market for an extended period of time. If the home is priced too low, you could end up in the middle of a bidding war. Worse, buyers may wonder what’s wrong with the home that it is priced so low.


Whether you telecommute as a full-time employee, operate your own business from home or engage in creative hobbies like web design, writing or painting at home, make sure that you build out your home office the right way. After all, you could easily spend 20 to 40 or more hours a week in your home office. Lack one key component and you could find yourself struggling to focus on your work. Lighten up your day Choose a room in your house that has at least one large window for your home office. Install quality fluorescent or LED lights. Hang light weight blinds at the window, instead of heavy drapes, to allow plenty of natural light to stream into your office. You’ll see better and feel better too. Home office ergonomics Go for an adjustable chair and a desk with a pull-out keyboard tray. While you’re shopping for home office furniture, check to see that the chair you plan on buying is comfortable and aligns well with the desk that you want. Proper desk and chair heights could help you to avoid back and neck discomfort, especially on days when you log lots of hours. Backup computer resources You won’t have to worry about this if your employer gives you an office computer or laptop. But, if you’re an independent contractor or entrepreneur who works from home, you’ll want access to a backup computer should your regular PC go on the blink. A tablet with office software applications, an extra laptop or a low cost desktop can do the trick. Easy filing space There may be times when you need to keep printed documents. For example, you might need to keep printed receipts for tax purposes and printed copies of signed client contracts. Expandable file folders save space. Metal six foot tall filing cabinets can be placed behind your home office door. Another option is to store paper documents in plastic storage bins. The best option depends on how long you need to keep the documents and the volume of printed materials you’ll keep. Great Wi-Fi You’ll get more done faster if you have great Wi-Fi. Internet and computer download speeds should be fast enough to not cause you to have to wait several seconds or a minute or longer before a web page pops up or a Word document opens. As a tip, you can speed up download times by deleting unnecessary files, removing unused and unneeded applications off your computer, turning off pop-up ads, installing good Internet security and anti-virus software and keeping your computer battery in good condition. Spice up your home office Place a few plants in your home office to spruce up the space. Family pictures, posters with motivational quotes on them and artistic gadgets and knick knacks also work well. Eliminate distractions to stay engaged in your work. Avoid checking email throughout the day, answering your cell phone and watching television. Try it and see if your production doesn’t improve.



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