Stow MA Real Estate | Katie Fisher, Mark Forgues & Carolyn Fisher- Fisher And Associates Real Estate


This Condo in Stow, MA recently sold for $400,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Katie Fisher Team - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Merrimack Valley.


31 Heather Ln, Stow, MA 01775

Condo

$405,000
Price
$400,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Not to be missed! Wonderful location in the Arbor Glen neighborhood with magnificent views from the deck. Time to make your move to this delightful 2-bedroom condominium, 2c garage, a lovely first floor master suite with a soaking tub and shower. 2nd bedroom, full bath and loft upstairs. Great space for a workshop or loads of storage in a full walk out basement with sliders to the rear yard. This is a well-run professional association. 63 acres, with trails through fields and woodlands.

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This Condo in Stow, MA recently sold for $402,500. This Townhouse style home was sold by Katie Fisher Team - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Merrimack Valley.


30 Faxon Dr, Stow, MA 01775

Condo

$429,900
Price
$402,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A Rare- Faxon Farm is a town home located in the active adult community part of Meeting House of Stow. This spacious unit has a wonderful open floor plan. Applianced eat in Kitchen with cathedral ceiling & a Generous Dining room area. Living room has a gas fireplace, cathedral ceiling and hardwood floors. 1st floor master suite with walk in closet/ dressing area and master bath. Loft family room could also make a home office. The private 2nd floor bedroom has a walk-in closet. Bonus storage/room closet. Plus, a full basement for additional storage. Private patio and garden area. An attached garage and a detached garage. Access to the Meeting House facilities including a Meeting room with movies and other community activities and parties, Plus a huge kitchen that is available for your private parties as well. Location with walking path to grocery store, hardware store, restaurants, post office, bank and Dunkin Donuts! Golf courses, hiking trails and apple picking are all moments away!




When you own a condominium, even if you’re entrance is street level, you're not really in charge of the common area or the building's exterior. All the entries look alike, and some even enter from hallways. So, how do you differentiate your home from the four or five others that are for sale in your complex?

Try these simple steps to give your place the edge:

  • Mind the door. While you may not be able to paint your condominium door a bright, trendy color, you can take a few moments to make sure it is clean and free from scuffs and finger marks. Use a whisk broom to brush off all dust, debris, and detritus that collects in the grooves and trim. If the door is wood, use a mild solution of a wood-safe soap to wash down the door, inside and out. Then, shine the door up with furniture polish so that it glows. If the door is metal or painted, use a gentle mixture of dish soap and water to remove grease and grime.
  • Make it shine. Clean any glass in the door or sidelights with a vinegar and water solution or an appropriate glass cleaner. Use a metal cleaner on the door handle, deadbolts, and any metal trim, including the trim around the peephole, and shine up the fisheye lens too.
  • Don’t forget the threshold. With a clean door, you’re already ahead of the game, but take a moment to sweep off the threshold (the wood or metal strip below the door), and all around the edges of the stoop or entry. Even when your doorway is in an interior hallway, the regular building cleaners may not get that extra dust and leftover dirt in the corners. Use your vacuum cleaner to suck away the last crumbs.
  • Be welcoming. Set a fresh new welcome mat in front of your door and add a flower pot of bright blooms if you’re allowed. For interior doors, a tasteful wreath or swag on the door highlights your entry. Be careful to avoid going “over-the-top” though. Simple and elegant is best.
  • Clear the entry. Your real control of the "appeal" starts once the door opens. Keep the entryway as open and uncluttered as possible. Move furniture away from the entry area to give it a more expansive feel. Keep décor simple, warm, and inviting. Avoid anything the potential buyer might bump into upon entering as that tends to leave the impression of small and crowded. 
  • Lighten things up. Put the best possible light on the subject. Take time to upgrade the bulbs in your entry lights (inside and out) to “daylight” LEDs for a friendly, well-lit glow.

A warm, inviting entrance sets the tone for the rest of the home, so give yours the edge it deserves.




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