Wilmington MA Real Estate | Jonathan Parker & Sharon Kelley - RE/MAX Encore


This Single-Family in Wilmington, MA recently sold for $310,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Jonathan Parker & Sharon Kelley - RE/MAX Encore.


6 Bond St, Wilmington, MA 01887

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$310,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Contractors take notice - opportunity knocks. Generous 1/2 acre lot on quiet cul de sac street with newly constructed homes. Tear down and start fresh or rehab and customize. Lot require new septic system. Cash offers only. Close to major routes, commuter rail and shopping.

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You can have it all! This beautiful new Colonial, built by superb developer, is neighborhood minutes to commuter train, schools and town common! Wide Open Floor plan with a custom eat-in-kitchen, center island, upgraded cabinets, countertops, backsplash, stainless steel appliances and wine frig. Kitchen opens to formal dining room and living room with fireplace and study......all with Gleaming hardwood floors! Master bedroom suite with walk in closet, full bath and additional full bath, two spacious bedrooms and a playroom make up the second level. Walk up attic....idea for storage or future expansion!

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21 Beech St, Wilmington, MA 01887

Single-Family

$710,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
You can have it all! This beautiful new Colonial, built by superb developer, is neighborhood minutes to commuter train, schools and town common! Wide Open Floor plan with a custom eat-in-kitchen, center island, upgraded cabinets, countertops, backsplash, stainless steel appliances and wine frig. Kitchen opens to formal dining room and living room with fireplace and study......all with Gleaming hardwood floors! Master bedroom suite with walk in closet, full bath and additional full bath, two spacious bedrooms and a playroom make up the second level. Walk up attic....idea for storage or future expansion!
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Your home can undergo a variety of improvements, both inside and out. Enriching the beauty and value of a home is just one reason for improvements; they should also be to repair any damages. Adding more space or making the home safer are also good reasons for home upgrades. 

There are several different reasons to do improvements, and you will find that many are time-consuming. They are, however, usually worth the energy and time that you put into them; and, you are bound to appreciate the outcome. An improvement alters and changes the home for the better. If you plan to put your home up for sale or wish to make it more livable for your family, there is a lot to be garnered from making home improvements. 

The initial home improvements you should consider are repairs. Attend to any ceiling leak problems, the plumbing job you have been putting off, or that attic insulation that has become necessary. Doing repairs first holds whether you are planning to live in the home yourself, put it up for rent, or put the house on the market.

Home improvement projects that involve restructuring need to be well thought out so that they do not look out of place and mar the street appeal of the house. They are usually done to enhance lighting, provide more space, or improve the home's exterior aspect. Remodeling your home can also mean an improvement in its atmosphere. For instance, if a kitchen wall is removed to create an open concept, it immediately makes the home friendlier and more sociable.

Improvements in your home could involve:

- Repairs of already existing structures

- Remodeling certain rooms of the home to give them a face-lift

- Adding to your home to improve quality of life such as a second bath

- Home improvement projects to add energy efficiency.

Remodeling your kitchen or bath is a smart move if you are planning to put your home up for sale. These upgrades increase the value of the house immediately, and if appropriately researched, can be done with a high return on your investment.

Helping a home's energy efficiency is also an excellent idea for adding resale value, because not only does it reduce the electricity and gas bills, it is a great thing to do for the environment. Improvements in the insulation of the home can be a long-term blessing. Investing in a home so that it harvests solar energy could be another way of improving the house for posterity. 

Do not undertake extensive projects on a whim. It is essential to consider why a specific project is required, and what you gain from the expense. So, home improvements involving repair increase the comfort in the home and its longevity and are therefore essential. But all other sorts of home improvements need careful judgment before embarking on them. 

If you need help determining the return on investment for a particular improvement, talk to your local real estate professional for advice.



10 West Street, Wilmington, MA 01887

Single-Family

$784,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Quality construction throughout on a gorgeous 1.31 acres! Oversized 26' gourmet kitchen with center island, 6 burner cooktop, wall oven, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, wine frig, formal dining room with wainscoting, fireplaced family room, first floor office....all with gleaming hardwood floors throughout! Second floor offers master bedroom suite with private bath, plus 3 additional generous size bedrooms, second floor laundry, full bath and a full walk up attic with loads of possibilities! Three car garage perfect for all of your excess storage, lawn mower, snow blower etc. Convenient location near MBTA train station, shopping and restaurants!!
Open House
Saturday
March 16 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 10 West Street, Wilmington, MA 01887    Get Directions

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