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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 6/28/2017


17 Bow St., Carver, MA 02330

Single-Family

$435,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WELCOME HOME! Nestled in this well, sought-after neighborhood, this beautiful 4 bedroom Colonial has so much to offer. The 1st floor boasts beautiful hardwood floors throughout, large, open kitchen with nice flow to formal dining room, living room and family room with its gas fireplace and built-ins. Enjoy the outdoors from the three season porch located off the kitchen overlooking the nicely landscaped private yard with irrigation system and in-ground pool. Three of the spacious bedrooms have been newly carpeted and offer ample closet space. The master suite also offers a newly renovated master bath. Large attic with flooring for loads of storage space! Lower level has additional 400 sq ft of finished space (not included in GLA) for bonus room with walk-out to 2 car garage. Close to major highways, shopping, golf and Plymouth waterfront and beaches. This is a must see!
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Saturday
July 01 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 6/28/2017


17 Bow St., Carver, MA 02330

Single-Family

$435,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WELCOME HOME! Nestled in this well, sought-after neighborhood, this beautiful 4 bedroom Colonial has so much to offer. The 1st floor boasts beautiful hardwood floors throughout, large, open kitchen with nice flow to formal dining room, living room and family room with its gas fireplace and built-ins. Enjoy the outdoors from the three season porch located off the kitchen overlooking the nicely landscaped private yard with irrigation system and in-ground pool. Three of the spacious bedrooms have been newly carpeted and offer ample closet space. The master suite also offers a newly renovated master bath. Large attic with flooring for loads of storage space! Lower level has additional 400 sq ft of finished space (not included in GLA) for bonus room with walk-out to 2 car garage. Close to major highways, shopping, golf and Plymouth waterfront and beaches. This is a must see!
Open House
Saturday
July 01 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 17 Bow St., Carver, MA 02330    Get Directions

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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 6/27/2017


151 Staples Shore Rd., Lakeville, MA 02347

Single-Family

$439,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
DIRECT WATERFRONT on LAKE ASSAWOMPSETT! The largest natural lake in Massachusetts with its crystal clear waters and peace and tranquility. Incredibly well maintained home features tons of updates! If your're looking for a lakefront home to relax and do some of the best fishing, kayaking, or lake cruising around, this is it. Feel like your are on vacation everyday - whether having morning coffee on the deck, enjoying the Tiki Bar with friends on weekends, fishing, and most of all going to sleep and waking up to the spectacular water views everyday! Property includes boat dock, and sauna! Horsepower limited to 10HP on this lake. This home is served by a real septic system, not a tight tank, for year round living.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 6/26/2017


19 Anawon Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$359,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
BEAUTIFUL, LIKE NEW - 3 bed and 1 1\2 bath Gambrel Cape with many updates including : Septic, Roof, Well Pump, Hot Water Heater , Electric, Windows, and Paint since 2011. Pretty granite kitchen with custom tile floor, stainless appliances and breakfast nook, Nice hardwoods throughout whole house, Large master with double closets, Semi finished basement to add as additional usable space. Step out on to deck and enjoy the large lot with irrigation. All this in convenient West Plymouth neighborhood with nearby access to Rtes 3, 44, and 80 as well as Colony Place and Market Basket shopping, downtown Plymouth and waterfront.
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Saturday
July 01 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 19 Anawon Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360    Get Directions

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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 6/23/2017

Injuries, physical disabilities, surgeries and bone density issues can make it difficult to be mobile. They can also make it challenging to get in and out of a home, including the home of a relative or friend. With a few changes, your home can present less of a challenge for people with unique physical needs. Ensure that banisters outside and inside your home are secure. When you pull on banisters or place weight on them, make sure that they don’t pull away from the ground or wall. This could keep people with physical disabilities safe. It could also help to keep children safe. Although banisters are often used by people who are injured, aging or disabled, ensuring that your banisters are sturdy isn't the only step that you can take to create a home that supports people with unique physical needs. Additional ways that you could create a home environment that supports people with physical disabilities include: Wide walkways – Walkways that are at least 36 inches wide offer added accessibility to your home. Exterior coverings should be high enough to prevent tall people from having to bend over to enter your house without bumping their head or shoulders. Sidewalks should be free of debris, boxes and items that children and adults would have to climb over or maneuver around. Wheelchair ramp – A wheelchair ramp needs to be sturdy and wide enough to support several hundred pounds. During inclement weather, including hard rains and icy conditions, the ramp should be cleared and kept dry. Bathroom support rails – People with conditions like sickle cell anemia, muscular dystrophy and Parkinson’s may need to hold onto a railing to get in and out of the tub or shower. So too might someone who suffered an injury or who is recovering from surgery. Hardware stores sell steel bathroom support rails, but, they must be properly installed. You could hire a professional to install support rails. Adequate lighting – Motion detector lights outside your home serve multiple purposes, including deterring burglars and preventing falls. The lights can be installed near front and back walkways and along roof corners. Nonslip surfaces – Keep sidewalks shoveled and salted in the winter. You could also place rubber mats on porches and inside doorways year round to prevent slips and falls after a rain or whenever people get their feet or shoes wet. Open floor plan – An open floor plan is great at making it easy for parents to keep an eye on young children. An open floor plan also reduces the numbers of doors that people have to push through to go from room to room. Keyless door entry – Similar to benefits derived from an open floor plan, keyless door entry can take the strain out of fumbling with keys. You can also opt for door handles that operate with levers rather than knobs to reduce the numbers of times people with arthritis and other tissue and muscle issues have to work to open doors. Level flooring – Uneven flooring can cause people to stumble, trip and fall. Whether floors are carpeted, tiled or hardwood, ensure that they are even or level. Replace areas that have started to curl or bubble. Security alarms – Install security alarms that not only alert first responders to burglaries but that also alert first responders to falls and accidents on your property. Cabinets – If needed, lower cabinets so that shorter adults can reach plates, cups and glasses. However, avoid placing frequently used items in bottom cabinets that require adults to bend to the floor, potentially making it hard for aging adults or people recovering from injuries to reach the items. The National Directory of Home Modification Resources and state agencies list organizations that provide tools that you can add to your home to make it easier for aging parents, injured people and children and adults with physical disabilities to visit or live in your home. Who knows? Modifications that you make today could allow you to remain in your home years from now.




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