Michelle Gillespie - Keller Williams Realty



Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 12/4/2019

This Single-Family in Millbury, MA recently sold for $324,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Michelle Gillespie - Keller Williams Realty.


2 Railroad Ave, Millbury, MA 01527

Single-Family

$319,900
Price
$324,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-2! Looking for one-floor living with a beautiful open feel? HERE IT IS! This lovely and spacious home has an amazing kitchen with upgraded maple cabinets & granite counters opening to a dining room & bonus room - perfect for entertaining! The dining room accesses the deck and patio with views of woods in back. The living room has a fireplace & big windows for a light, yet cozy feel. Down the hall the full bath has a large vanity, tub/shower combo & tile floor. All three bedrooms have hardwood floors! Downstairs is a large fireplaced family room for play time or game time! There is a one car garage and TWO driveways for plenty of parking! The side yard has a private space with a fire pit and patio on one side & a storage shed on the other. This house is perfect for anyone looking for a home in beautiful shape with a great layout! Convenient to Rtes 146, 90 and 122. Come make it yours TODAY!

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Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 12/1/2019

No matter how you look at it, putting your home on the market is a life-changing experience!

Not only will it change your future circumstances, but it will have an impact on your day-to-day routine, right now.

If your home is actively being shown by real estate agents, there are a few things you may need to do on a regular basis to make the best possible impression on potential buyers:

Keep it clean: Ordinarily, most homeowners aren't inclined to thoroughly clean their house every day -- or "at a moment's notice." Very few people have the time or motivation to keep their home's immaculate on a constant basis; it's exhausting just thinking about it! However, when your house is being viewed by prospective buyers, cleanliness -- or the lack, thereof -- will be noticed. Although "old habits die hard," it may be necessary to enlist the help and cooperation of your children (and spouse) in keeping the house looking presentable at all times. While it's unrealistic to expect your home to look immaculate day after day, it might be necessary to establish some new rules and standards for your family to follow about picking up clothes, toys, snack wrappers, and food residues. If you can maintain a "semblance of order" on an ongoing basis, then it shouldn't be too difficult to prepare your home for the next showing. While you'll usually get at least 24-hours notice before a house showing is scheduled, there may be the occasional request for a same-day visit.

Appearances count: "Keeping up Appearances" is more than just a popular British sitcom; it's a necessary goal for anyone hoping to sell their home within a reasonable period of time. Doing your best to stage your home in an attractive, inviting way is a key ingredient to a successful home-selling strategy. Setting priorities for curb appeal will also help you put your best foot forward in a competitive real estate market. Although many aspects of home staging are based on common sense and simple home decorating principles, it's difficult to be objective when your family's home is involved. There's certainly a lot of credible information online concerning the benefits of reducing household clutter and leaning toward neutral paint colors, but you can also turn to your real estate agent for tips on enhancing your home's curb appeal, interior appearance, and overall marketability.

Unless the home you're selling is relatively new or completely updated, there are a lot of decisions to make about how much time, energy, and money should be spend on upgrades, repairs, and enhancements. While everyone's situation, budget, and timetable is different, it's usually necessary to correct issues that might be considered a glaring problem or a deal breaker. Sometimes those issues don't come to the forefront, however, until you get specific feedback from agents and prospective buyers.





Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 11/24/2019

Buying a home may prove to be challenging, regardless of where you decide to search for a house. However, if you are aggressive in your pursuit of your dream residence, you could speed up your home search.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you stay aggressive during your quest to find your dream house.

1. Keep Track of the Local Housing Market

You know you want to purchase a house in a particular city or town, but residences are selling quickly. Fortunately, if you monitor the local housing sector, you may be better equipped than other buyers to pounce at an opportunity to acquire a terrific residence at a budget-friendly price.

Be persistent in your home search. Review the local housing market daily, and if a home becomes available that you want to check out, schedule a showing right away.

Of course, once you find your dream house, don't hesitate to submit an offer to purchase it. Because the longer you wait to submit a homebuying proposal, the more likely it becomes that a rival homebuyer could acquire this residence.

2. Attend Open Houses

An open house provides an excellent opportunity to walk through a residence at your convenience. Then, if you believe a home is right for you following an open house, you can schedule a showing or submit an offer to purchase.

If you attend an open house, take notes when you identify things you like or dislike about a residence. These notes may help you make an informed decision about how to proceed with a home after an open house.

Ask questions during an open house, too. Remember, a seller's agent is on hand during this event, and he or she can provide you with home insights that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

Although you may believe you possess the skills and expertise to quickly discover your dream residence, it never hurts to get extra help. And if you hire a real estate agent, you can receive comprehensive assistance as you work diligently to acquire a house that suits you perfectly.

A real estate agent is committed to a buyer's success, and as such, will do whatever it takes to help a buyer accomplish the best-possible results. Therefore, if a buyer wants to purchase a house near a beach, a real estate agent can keep this individual up to date as new beachfront residences become available. On the other hand, if a buyer is operating on a tight budget, a real estate agent will help this individual find a wonderful house that falls within his or her price range.

As you get set to conduct an in-depth home search, it generally helps to prepare for the homebuying journey. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can take an aggressive approach to accelerate your home search and boost the likelihood of acquiring a house that you can enjoy for years to come.




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Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 11/20/2019


71 Wesson Terrace, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$639,900
Price

10
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Motivated seller, reduced by 40K on an outstanding Colonial, 5 bedrooms/3.5 bathrooms located in sought after neighborhood. Foyer w/marble floor leads to open concept kitchen & family room. Gorgeous updated kitchen w/granite counters & island, s.s. appliances, convection oven, wine cooler, pantry, tile floor & backsplash. Slider leading to trek deck for gatherings. Family room w/cathedral ceiling & wood stove. Formal dining room w/crown molding, hardwood floors. Front to back living room w/hardwood floors & fireplace. Unique first floor in-law or Au-pair suite w/separate entrance, bedroom & full bathroom. Second floor w/hardwood floors, master suite, three bedrooms, full bathroom & laundry. Updated master suite w/walk-in closet & new bathroom w/tile floor, dual sinks, granite counters & new tiled shower. Finished basement w/storage & gaming room w/built-in bar. 2 car garage. Hardwired w/generator. Landscaped yard w/fun-filled children's area. Great cul-de-sac neighborhood.
Open House
Sunday
November 24 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 71 Wesson Terrace, Northborough, MA 01532    Get Directions

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Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 11/17/2019


8 Sunny Hill Road, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$399,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Motivated seller looking for buyer for colonial in neighborhood, less than a half mile to elementary school, shops and restaurants. This four bedroom & two full bathrooms include living room with hardwood floors and electric fireplace. Family room w/ceiling fan and hardwood floors. Remodeled eat-in kitchen with island, stainless steel appliances, tile floor, tile backsplash, recessed lighting and access to back deck. First floor home office w/closet and hardwood floors. Second floor w/four bedrooms, two of which have hardwood floors. Good sized master bedroom. Full second floor bathroom with shower, tile floor, granite counter top, mosaic backsplash and updated cabinets. Finished partial basement w/new carpeting and storage area, great for gaming or kids play room. Refrigerator (3yrs), Dishwasher (New), High Efficiency Buderus heating system. Deck and good sized level back yard with perennial plantings. Close to major highways for commuting. Excellent top rated schools
Open House
Sunday
November 17 at 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 8 Sunny Hill Road, Northborough, MA 01532    Get Directions

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