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This Single-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $265,000. This Cape style home was sold by Office Leroux - LeRoux Realty Group.


24 Winchester Ave, Worcester, MA 01603

Single-Family

$274,900
Price
$265,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
1
Baths
DON'T WAIT. Great Opportunity to Own This Amazing 4 Bedroom Home set on a Beautiful Lot. Features include: an Incredible Open Floor Plan with a New Custom White Country Kitchen packed with Cabinets and Granite Countertops and Stainless Steel Appliances, New Roof, New Gas Fired Heating System, Gleaming Hardwood Flooring Throughout, Awesome Ceramic Tiled Full Bathroom, Windows, New Sliding Glass Door that Leads you to the New Decking and huge Back Yard. This Home also offers a Full Finished Basement with a Wet Bar. Updated Electrical, Off Street Parking and New Doors. Do not wait...Any and all Offers will be considered!!

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15 Old Cart Rd, Auburn, MA 01501

Single-Family

$515,000
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Easy showings, this house has been vacant. The house was recently painted and brand new garage doors installed. Ideal commuter location, close proximity to major highways 290, 395 and I90. Great school district and desirable neighborhood.
Open House
Saturday
June 06 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 15 Old Cart Rd, Auburn, MA 01501    Get Directions

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111 Eastern Ave, Lynn, MA 01902

Multi-Family

$749,999
Price

2
Units
2,753
Approx. GLA
Amazing Opportunity to own this one of a kind 6 Bedroom 3 Full Bath 2 Family located near the Beach on the Swampscott Line. Perfect as an investment property, condo conversion, or owner occupied home. Solid 2 family property on 3 levels. First unit consists of open concept kitchen, dining room, and living room, 2 bedrooms with full bath and laundry in unit. Second unit is 2 levels and has central air. Main level has open concept kitchen, dining room, and living room with full bath and laundry in unit; 2nd level has four spacious bedrooms a full bath and access to the attic. Gleaming hardwood flooring throughout. Separately metered unit utilities.This beautiful home was rebuilt and fully insulated in 2008 and also has an oversized heated two car garage with plenty of off street parking. Don't miss out on this truly unique investment opportunity!
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Does your bathroom look vintage but not in a cool or trendy sort of way? If so, and you don’t have the resources or time to give your bathroom a complete remodel, you can make some minor changes to your bathroom to freshen it up.

For instance, you can plan a weekend DIY project to refinish your bathroom cabinets and give them an updated look. All you need is a few materials, paint and some elbow grease.

Materials you’ll need:

Fine grade sandpaper, water-resistant (durable) paint, primer, painters’ tape, small tarp or drop cloth, small paintbrush, small roller and a screwdriver. 

If you’re looking to replace your visible hardware (an easy task and gives it some modern flair!), you’ll also need some new knobs and/or pulls.

Once you’ve gathered your tools and materials together, you can get started.

Step 1: Remove the hardware and position painters’ tape

Unscrew all of the cabinet’s hardware so you can remove any drawers, along with the cabinet door(s). Put these aside and lay them flat on the tarp or drop cloth in preparation for painting. Next, use painters’ tape to cover any areas you don’t want to accidentally get paint on.

Tip: Place any screws and other pieces in a small baggie so they don’t get lost.

Step 2: Sand down all surfaces

Take the sandpaper and gently sand down the cabinet, door and drawer surfaces. Next, thoroughly wipe them down to remove any residual dust, grime or dirt.

Step 3: Prime the cabinet

Once the drawers are clean, you’re ready to prime your surface. Give it a good coat, you might need two, depending on the current stain or paint of your cabinet. Let the primer completely dry.

Step 4: Paint the cabinet

Take your roller and paint the larger surfaces of your cabinet, including the front of the door(s) and drawers. Use the small paintbrush to catch any details the roller can’t properly reach. If there are still some tight grooves or other areas left the paintbrush can’t adequately cover, try using a craft paintbrush to dab the paint onto these areas. Let all surfaces thoroughly dry. Apply a second coat, if necessary.

Keep in mind, if you go with an oil-based paint, which tends to last longer and is more durable, you’ll need extra time for the paint to dry, along with good ventilation. If not, you can go with a semi-gloss or satin paint that doesn’t have the same strong odor.

Step 5: Reattach door(s) & drawers

Reattach any hardware that was removed earlier and then re-screw the door(s) and drawers back onto the cabinet. If you really want a completely new look, go ahead and replace those knobs and/or pulls.

A new coat of paint can do wonders for any old bathroom, especially if a replacement isn’t in your near future. Try this easy makeover and see what a difference it really makes.



15 Old Cart Rd, Auburn, MA 01501

Single-Family

$515,000
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Easy showings, this house has been vacant. The house was recently painted and brand new garage doors installed. Ideal commuter location, close proximity to major highways 290, 395 and I90. Great school district and desirable neighborhood.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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