Jane Cheetham - RE/MAX Acclaim



Posted by Jane Cheetham on 8/17/2017

This Single-Family in Webster, MA recently sold for $206,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by Jane Cheetham - RE/MAX Acclaim.


16 Longview Ave, Webster, MA 01570

Single-Family

$202,800
Price
$206,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Very nice location near Douglas line nicely sized raised ranch with three bedrooms large lot with privacy plus 2 car garage house needs work no idea to condition of heating , plumbing, septic system build sweat equity nice basement could be finished for even more space seller nor agent has any history regarding this property buyer to do diligence Cash or rehab loan only please seller will respond after house is listed for 10 days

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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 8/15/2017


230 West Sutton Rd., Sutton, MA 01590

West Sutton

Single-Family

$275,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Come view this oversized Split entry overlooking scenic Stockwell Pond in West Sutton. Newer Harvey windows, vinyl siding, doors, updated front entry and handy 2 car under are some wonderful exterior features of this property. (Roof is appx 11 yrs.) Ample driveway space for parking/turning. Spacious deck of 48' spans the rear of the home. Comfortable floor plan with good sized rooms and hardwood floors on the upper floor. All appliances -including w/d remain (dw and stove very young). Brick wall with fireplace highlights the LR. Lower level features fam rm with built in shelves, drybar and hearth for potential use. Rough plumbed for full bath in laundry room. Radon mitigation system in garage. Title V in hand- new septic 2010. This home offers a lovely 4 season, country setting and is nicely situated near all highways and conveniences. Stockwell Pond (across st) is operated by the state and offers fishing, ice skating, kayaking & trails. Owners are motivated- quick close is possible!
Open House
Sunday
August 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 8/15/2017


230 West Sutton Rd., Sutton, MA 01590

West Sutton

Single-Family

$275,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Come view this oversized Split entry overlooking scenic Stockwell Pond in West Sutton. Newer Harvey windows, vinyl siding, doors, updated front entry and handy 2 car under are some wonderful exterior features of this property. (Roof is appx 11 yrs.) Ample driveway space for parking/turning. Spacious deck of 48' spans the rear of the home. Comfortable floor plan with good sized rooms and hardwood floors on the upper floor. All appliances -including w/d remain (dw and stove very young). Brick wall with fireplace highlights the LR. Lower level features fam rm with built in shelves, drybar and hearth for potential use. Rough plumbed for full bath in laundry room. Radon mitigation system in garage. Title V in hand- new septic 2010. This home offers a lovely 4 season, country setting and is nicely situated near all highways and conveniences. Stockwell Pond (across st) is operated by the state and offers fishing, ice skating, kayaking & trails. Owners are motivated- quick close is possible!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 8/15/2017

The gym. Itís a place few people enjoy despite the flocks of people lining up to sign up each passing New Year. Exercise is seen as an embarrassing activity to many as most of us arenít taught how to properly use gym equipment. Equipment that looks more like torture devices than a machine that will help you become stronger and healthier. Enter the home gym. Not only is no one around to watch you attempt your first shaky round of pushups †but also itís a place we already feel naturally at ease. Keep reading to find out how you can skip gym fees and create a gym in the comfort of your own home. Make space. A space that allows you enough privacy from the rest of your family to focus on yourself for a while. When choosing your space, consider a room that has a door you can close, contains lots of light, room to hang a full-length mirror to watch your form from, and room to roll out a mat to work on. If you have a room you can dedicate solely to your home gym paint it a color that inspires you. This could be anything from a calming blue to an energizing orange. A good music speaker to blast some tunes is another great feature to add to your home gym to help to inspire. Know your budget and goals. Donít be afraid to start with small investments if you are just jumping back into an exercise routine. If your goal is to create a more healthy, active lifestyle you wonít need fancy, expensive equipment to get there. A set of dumbbells and some resistance bands paired with exercises that rely on body weight are enough to get you started and at a low cost to boot. Extras for experts. As your strength builds and your routine evolves you may start to look to add more variety to your weekly workouts. Some further investments to consider for your home gym could be a stability ball, kettle bell, suspension system, jump rope and /or foam roller. All of these items can add more interest to your routine without costing you an arm and a leg. Make a plan. This tip doesnít quite relate to setting up a home gym but,†bear with me. Creating a plan for which days you will exercise and what exercises you will be doing will set you and your home gym up for success. Donít go through all the effort of setting up space for your home gym to have it go unused. Instead, schedule times into your week that you will use your home gym. Think of these time slots as mandatory appointments just like a doctorís visit or business meeting. Donít let the intimidation of the gym prevent you from developing a regular workout routine. By setting up a home gym you can get fit and healthy in the privacy of your own home and at a cheaper cost than the average gym membership. Just donít forget to schedule time slots throughout your week where you make the most of your new home gym!




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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 8/8/2017

When it comes to arranging furniture, the living room may perhaps be the most challenging. This is especially true when the room houses both a fireplace and a television. Itís difficult to decide where to place the items in your living room when you want those seated in the room to have access to all the room has to offer including a good view of the TV and the fireplace. Here, weíll give you some tips on where to place what for the perfect living room arrangement. We promise that if you follow these tips, everyone will have the perfect view of both the TV and the fireplace and be able to enjoy the living room fully. Think Right Angles First, place all of your seating perpendicular to both the television and the fireplace. This is one surefire way to know that every seat in the living room is the best seat in the house. Thereís no wrong way to arrange furniture when youíre working with right angles! Place the TV On the Wall Opposite the Fireplace The fireplace will be the true focal point of the room. The TV will also be a feature of the room, yet less eye-catching. Where the television is installed will completely depend upon where your fireplace is. You may want to avoid, for example, hanging your TV over the fireplace so that eyes donít become overwhelmed when the fireplace is on. Place Tables For Practical Use Side tables are going to be used frequently in your living room. You should place your side tables strategically, preferably next to pieces of furniture, so they can be used for placing items and drinks on. Putting tables far away from the ends of furniture just doesnít make sense, since you wonít actually be using the tables. Center the Coffee Table The coffee table should be placed as close to the center of the room as possible. A coffee table should be somewhere between one-half and two-thirds of the length of your couch. This rule of interior design ensures that no piece within the room becomes too overwhelming in the space. Flow One of the best words to remember when arranging living room furniture is that of ďflow.Ē You want the room to appear as if it were effortless to design and maintain. The living room is a place that is often used for to relax in, so you want it to feel as such. Function Beyond the look and feel of the room, you want to make sure that your living room is functional. Itís a room thatís used for reading, chatting, watching television and connecting. You never want to room to feel stuffy or unusable. With the right planning and use of your furniture, your living room can be everyoneís go-to room in the house. You wonít even need a bowl of popcorn on movie night to entice everyone with!