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31 Juniper Ln, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$319,500
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This well maintained and updated home is larger than it seems with 4 levels of usable space. Cathedral ceilings in the first floor kitchen and living room. Kitchen has oak cabinets, island, and laminate flooring. Living room is open to kitchen with carpet. Up a few stairs to two large bedrooms and a full bath. Down a few stairs to the walk out family room with slider and fireplace as well as a sitting area. These rooms have laminate and carpet flooring and a 1/2 bath with ceramic tile. The lower level has storage, washer and dryer. Updates include mostly Harvey Windows, 2015 hot water heater, front door, leaf gutter guards, irrigation, landscaping, roof 5 years, cedar shingles on 2 sides, brick front steps, central air, gas heat, custom blinds throughout the house, septic 10 years, composite entry on side, back deck. Nothing to do but move in. Enjoy the large lot which is well landscaped. Great neighborhood, quiet, sidewalks, convenient to highway.
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February 25 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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31 Juniper Ln, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$319,500
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This well maintained and updated home is larger than it seems with 4 levels of usable space. Cathedral ceilings in the first floor kitchen and living room. Kitchen has oak cabinets, island, and laminate flooring. Living room is open to kitchen with carpet. Up a few stairs to two large bedrooms and a full bath. Down a few stairs to the walk out family room with slider and fireplace as well as a sitting area. These rooms have laminate and carpet flooring and a 1/2 bath with ceramic tile. The lower level has storage, washer and dryer. Updates include mostly Harvey Windows, 2015 hot water heater, front door, leaf gutter guards, irrigation, landscaping, roof 5 years, cedar shingles on 2 sides, brick front steps, central air, gas heat, custom blinds throughout the house, septic 10 years, composite entry on side, back deck. Nothing to do but move in. Enjoy the large lot which is well landscaped. Great neighborhood, quiet, sidewalks, convenient to highway.
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When buying a new house, you’re not just buying a roof to keep over your head. You’re buying a home to build your life in. To create a refuge from the outside world, to create memories within, and to grow your family in.

A home is a reflection of who you are, the things you fill your life with and your values. And this is true for the neighborhood your home resides in as well. Whether you are a young family or planning to start one in the near future choosing the perfect neighborhood for your lifestyle will bring you years of good memories to come.

The perfect place to start when choosing a neighborhood is by asking your agent! So many factors go into selecting a home and we know the importance of the various factors you need to consider for settling a young family. We can choose houses for showing that fit your unique family needs as it grows.

When scouting out local neighborhoods visit their community center and library. Both will be able to provide you with a list of local groups and activities that are available. You’ll most likely be able to find a local paper or newsletter here as well to get a feel the neighborhood’s culture and community involvement.

Most couples start by researching the schools in the neighborhoods on their list. Things to consider are budget and the available extracurricular activities that are available. It’s easy to focus on preschools and kindergartens when searching but remember to look at the middle and high schools as well.

Search for meetups for parent groups that meet regularly to have play dates. This is also a great way to find and meet locals to ask them questions about their experiences with the community. Reach out to the group organizer with a friendly message and they will be more than likely happy to answer and all of your questions.

Take a drive around the area to get a lay of the land. Are there nearby playgrounds and parks you could walk or take a short drive to? Visiting at different times of the day can give you an idea of the neighborhoods general routine. Are there lots of young children getting on the bus in the morning or teenagers riding their bikes around in the afternoons?

You’ll also want to carefully consider costs of homes in that neighborhood and if they fit your budget. If you’re planning a family you’ll want to have an idea of future costs while creating this budget so you don’t find yourself strapped between your mortgage and childcare.

Planning your family’s future is an exciting time and choosing the neighborhood you’ll raise your children in is pivotal. As your family grows over the years their needs will change too. The perfect neighborhood is the one that will have a positive environment for your child whether they’re 18 months or 17 years old.


When you’re getting ready to sell your home, there’s probably a lot of things going through your mind. You’ll want to get the most return on your investment. You hope to sell in a timely manner. You are probably also busy making plans for where you’re moving next. Below, you’ll find some things to think about before you even put a “For Sale” sign out front: 


Research Agents’ Marketing Strategies 


Most homebuyers start their home search online. If people don’t like what they see on a screen, they certainly aren’t going to waste their time going to the property in person. This means that your home is going to need pictures to help it sell. Some agents even create short videos of properties and neighborhoods to help buyers get a better feel for the area. You can work with your agent to make sure that these things are done. Be a proactive seller! You might even be able to make a video of your home on your own.  


Post Your Listing On Social Media


Pretty much everyone is on social media and checks the sites frequently. Even if none of your first degree connections are searching for a home, someone may have a prospect for you who would be the perfect candidate to purchase your home. Sharing is definitely  caring in this case! 


Your neighbors are probably some of your social media connections as well. It’s nice for the people who live in the neighborhood to know that you’re moving so that they can “choose” a new neighbor in the event that they know someone who is looking to buy a home.


Part With Some Of Your Stuff


Buyers will be more attracted to your home if they get some benefits with it. Consider leaving some of your things behind when you’re selling a house. Any item including your washer and dryer to your plasma TV to your kitchen table can make a difference in how well your home sells.  


Focus On Staging


You should stage both the interior and the exterior of your home to give a great first impression for home showings. The exterior of your home should present immaculate landscaping. If any paint touch-ups can be made quickly, you should do that as well. Show potential buyers the way that your home presents the maximum amount of enjoyment. If you’re able keep the furniture displayed inside of the home, show potential buyers your best set up. People will get a better idea of things like where the couch will go, and how their own kitchen table will fit in the dining area when the home is well staged. 


Price The Home Reasonably


It’s important that you and your agent work together to know the market. Your home should be priced competitively along with others in the neighborhood. You don’t want to give the home away, but one of the worst things that you can do when selling your home is to out-price yourself. Research is key when it comes to pricing your home appropriately.


This Single-Family in Middleboro, MA recently sold for $542,000. This Farmhouse style home was sold by Barbara Brant - RE/MAX Welcome Home.


95 Spruce St, Middleboro, MA 02346

South Middleborough

Single-Family

$549,500
Price
$542,000
Sale Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Don't be fooled by the year built - home was completely rebuilt in 1995, small section of the home was original then rebuilt, the remainder was built in 1995. Unique Farm House with 4-5 Bedrooms, 2 home offices, open floor plan great for entertaining. Large Open Kitchen with cathedral ceiling and beams, dining area, plenty of cabinets - custom southern yellow pine, granite counters, stainless appliances and French doors. Cozy living room with gas fireplace insert, dining room with fireplace (capped). Large family room, gas fireplace, French doors, access to deck. First floor bedroom, mud room and a full bath w/laundry complete the first floor. Second floor master with full tiled bath, 3 years old. Two additional bedrooms and full bath complete the second floor. Many areas for entertaining outside/8 acre lot, deck, patio, fireplace, above ground pool/apple orchard/blueberry patch and more. Detached 3 car garage with storage, irrigation, invisible fence. Too many updates to l

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