Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone - WEICHERT, REALTORS® - Briarwood Real Estate



Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 10/12/2018


27 Connolly Rd, Avon, MA 02322

Single-Family

$369,900
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
UPDATED ranch home on quiet side street. Open floor plan features bright kitchen, 3 beds, 2 full baths incl. master bedroom addition w/ vaulted ceiling & walk in closet. Finished lower level w/ game room & full bath (potential in-law setup), large family room w/slider to huge deck, hardwood floors, newer laminate flooring, 2 fireplaces, 1 car garage, CENTRAL A/C, workroom & much more, BRAND NEW ROOF; incredible yard on 2 lots of land with a shed; perfect for cookouts or letting the kids run around! Spacious and private; only minutes to highway, commuter rail & shopping, this house has something for everyone. Title V in hand for 5 yr. old septic system. A MUST SEE!
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October 14 at 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 27 Connolly Rd, Avon, MA 02322    Get Directions

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Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 10/12/2018


27 Connolly Rd, Avon, MA 02322

Single-Family

$369,900
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
UPDATED ranch home on quiet side street. Open floor plan features bright kitchen, 3 beds, 2 full baths incl. master bedroom addition w/ vaulted ceiling & walk in closet. Finished lower level w/ game room & full bath (potential in-law setup), large family room w/slider to huge deck, hardwood floors, newer laminate flooring, 2 fireplaces, 1 car garage, CENTRAL A/C, workroom & much more, BRAND NEW ROOF; incredible yard on 2 lots of land with a shed; perfect for cookouts or letting the kids run around! Spacious and private; only minutes to highway, commuter rail & shopping, this house has something for everyone. Title V in hand for 5 yr. old septic system. A MUST SEE!
Open House
Sunday
October 14 at 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Showings Start @ The Open House!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 27 Connolly Rd, Avon, MA 02322    Get Directions

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Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 10/11/2018

Whether you're environmentally conscious or just want to save a few dollars on your utility bills, there are simple ways to do both. One of the first steps to conserving electricity and water is to become more aware of when and how you're using it.

A major challenge for many parents is to get their kids to turn off lights, appliances, and water faucets when they're not using them. With persistence, you can hopefully get them to understand the importance of saving money, controlling costs, and conserving resources.

Dependable Old Appliances Are a Mixed Blessing

Toilets and household appliances can last much longer than their expected life span, but after a certain point, you're getting diminishing returns. If your toilets are more than 25 years old, for example, you're wasting gallons of water with every flush. Inefficient toilets from just a couple generations ago use as much as six gallons of water every time they're flushed. According the Environmental Protection Agency, recent advances in toilet design are now enabling families to use only 1.28 gallons of water per flush while still getting superior performance. In dollars and cents, families that replace old, obsolete toilets with Watersense-certified models can save more than $110 a year (and nearly 13,000 gallons of water). The EPA says utilities may even offer rebates and vouchers that can lower the price of a WaterSense labeled toilet. (As a side note, toilet use in homes accounts for nearly 30 percent of an average family's indoor water consumption.)

If your washing machine was manufactured before 2003, it's another source of wasted water and energy. The newer Energy Star-certified clothes washers can save about $45 a year in utility bills, based on typical usage patterns. They use about 25% less energy and 45% less water than the old, standard models. The EPA also says that if you have a dishwasher made before 1994, it wastes approximately 10 gallons of water per cycle. By switching to an energy-efficient model, an annual savings of $35 a year can be realized by the average family.

There's actually a wide range of Energy Star-certified products available that can save you money on utility costs and help conserve water and electricity. In addition to washers, dryers, and dishwashers, other energy-efficient appliances include dehumidifiers, refrigerators, freezers, air purifiers, water heaters, heating and cooling equipment, computers, televisions, pool pumps, and much more. Energy efficiency -- or a lack, thereof -- is one factor to consider when deciding whether to repair or replace old appliances, HVAC systems, or plumbing fixtures in your home.

Not only will you save money when your home is operating efficiently, but you'll enjoy the satisfaction that comes with minimizing waste and making the most of natural resources.





Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 10/9/2018

WOW! This Home Is A Mind-Blower: It Has Everything You Could Want In A Home! Open Floor Plan w/Hardwood Floors; Home Was Remodeled In 2005; Newer Kitchen w/Maple Cabinets, Stainless Steel Appliances, Island w/Seating; Recessed Lights, Kitchen Open To Dining Room & Family Room; Den/Living Room Makes For A Perfect Kids Playroom; Newer Mudroom Has Custom Built-Ins w/Wainscoting & Closets; Separate Laundry Room & Full Bath; The 2nd Floor Has 4 Bedrooms & A Full Bath; Huge Composite Deck On The Back Of The house; The Double Lot Is Amazing, Ton Of Green Space For Kids To Play w/A Miniature Kids Cottage; Awesome Detached 2 Car Garage Just Built 4 Years Ago & Has Electricity & Unfinished Walk Up Storage Waiting To Be Finished (Man Town)! All This On A Quiet Side Street Minutes To RT 24 & Costco; Prepare To Be Amazed When You Walk Thru This Home & Bring Your Check Book Because You Will Want To Make An Offer On The Spot! Value Range Pricing, Seller To Entertain Offers From $474,900 -$499,900!

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Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 10/9/2018


Lot 4-1 Kelly Lane, Brockton, MA 02301

Single-Family

$599,900
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
They Are Going Fast! Chilton Woods Subdivision! These Colonials Are Exceptionally Built & Have Almost An Acre Of Land; Every Home In There At The Moment Is Selling For Over $600k, This Is The Least Expensive Home In The Subdivision! Gleaming Hardwood Flooring Throughout 1st Floor & Stairs to 2nd Floor & Hallway; Kitchen Features Granite Countertops, Center Island & Stainless Steel Appliances; Gas Fireplaced Family Room Open To Dining Room; Mudroom Off 2 Car Garage Leads to Tiled 1/2 Bath; 2nd Floor Features Large Master Bedroom w/Walk-In Closet & Master Bathroom w/Double Vanity w/Granite Top; 3 Good Size Bedrooms w/Another Double Vanity w/Granite In The Guest Bathroom; Loft Area Makes For A Perfect Sitting Spot & Accesses The Unfinished Walkup Attic (Not Included In The Base Price, Can Be Done As An Upgrade For An Additional Cost); If You Want To Be In An Exclusive Neighborhood With A Large Lot Then This Is The Perfect Location For You! Be In Your New Home Before Christmas!
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