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Posted by CENTURY 21 Cobb Real Estate on 11/28/2018


24 Horseshoe Bend Way, Mashpee, MA 02649

Land

$188,500
Price

0.29
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Water Views, Rare opportunity to build your Cape Cod dream home, seller has already installed a 24x52 foundation with a 16x24 foundation for a two car garage. Title V septic is already installed. Bring your lumber and start building. Plans are in hand. This water view lot is directly across from the Way To Water for Ashumet Pond. Convenient to Beach, Golf, Restaurants and Shopping. They don't make this stuff anymore. Better hurry!
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Cobb Real Estate on 11/27/2018


30 Dutchland Drive , Yarmouth, MA 02675

Yarmouthport

Single-Family

$315,000
Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Well maintained 3 bedroom 2 bath Cape in convenient Mid-Cape location. Cape features hardwood flooring in living room that flows into the kitchen and hallway. Eat-in style kitchen is open to living room has granite counter tops, stainless appliances & slider leading to deck area ideal for outdoor entertaining. 1st level offers a bedroom, bonus room w/wood floors & bathroom. On the 2nd level are two spacious bedrooms & bathroom. Property has newer forced hot air furnace and private back yard with a garden shed. Only a short drive to Yarmouth beaches. Buyers Agents & Buyers are encourage to verify information, room dimensions & taxes.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Cobb Real Estate on 11/27/2018


30 Dutchland Drive, Yarmouth, MA 02675

Yarmouth Port

Single-Family

$315,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Well maintained 3 bedroom 2 bath Cape in convenient Mid-Cape location. Cape features hardwood flooring in living room that flows into the kitchen and hallway. Eat-in style kitchen is open to living room has granite counter tops, stainless appliances & slider leading to deck area ideal for outdoor entertaining. 1st level offers a bedroom, bonus room w/wood floors & bathroom. On the 2nd level are two spacious bedrooms & bathroom. Property has newer forced hot air furnace and private back yard with a garden shed. Only a short drive to Yarmouth beaches. Buyers Agents & Buyers are encourage to verify information, room dimensions & taxes.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Cobb Real Estate on 11/22/2018

When prospective buyers stop by to see your house, they're going to be barraged by a variety of sights, sounds, and smells. Some of these sensations will immediately capture their attention, while others may register on a subconscious level.

The encouraging thing to keep in mind is that you can control many aspects of how visitors experience your home.

Here are a few quick tips for making your home as appealing as possible:

Flower arrangements can add a touch of freshness and eye appeal to both the interior and exterior of your home and property. They can also infuse the air with an appealing fragrance, which can make a positive impression on potential buyers. One cautionary note is that wilted or tired-looking floral displays are not going to have the same positive impact as fresh, vibrant ones. Also keep in mind that some flowers smell more appealing than others. Most people generally prefer subtle fragrances, rather than overpowering smells! If the season and your climate permit it, placing hanging baskets of colorful flowers on your front porch and other locations can add immensely to the visual appeal of your property.

Make sure all surfaces are sparklingly clean! Imagine a prospect reaching for a house flyer or information sheet about your home, and finding that the paper was stuck to the kitchen counter! You also don't want them feeling a sticky or wet sensation when they touch or lean their elbow on a counter, tabletop, or refrigerator handle! The same rule-of-thumb can be applied to floor surfaces. If there are sticky spots, stains, or visible spills on the floor, you can be sure that's going to negatively impact a prospect's opinion of your home. It's not easy to keep your home spotless when it's on the market (or at any other time), but if you prioritize areas like floor, countertops, and sinks, then you'll be much less likely to overlook common problem areas. Eliminating pet odors, laundry smells, mold, and mildew will also make your home a much more inviting and appealing place for house hunters, real estate agents, and other visitors.

Reduce household noises whenever possible. Noises, such as squeaky hinges, loud HVAC systems, or rumbling garage doors can imply several things to prospective home buyers -- all of which are undesirable! Low-cost, DIY solutions to these problems are often available, although in some cases, it might be necessary to call a repairman or service person to check out your operating systems and make needed adjustments.

There are a lot of things to be aware of when you sell your house, but if you approach different tasks in a systematic, methodical way, you'll be much more likely to remember the important stuff and avoid sticky situations that could undermine your chances for getting your house sold quickly!





Posted by CENTURY 21 Cobb Real Estate on 11/20/2018


124 Zeno Crocker Rd, Barnstable, MA 02632

Single-Family

$338,000
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Move right in! Cute 3 bedroom home in great condition located in an established, convenient neighborhood. Open floor plan featuring a fireplaced living room, dining area and kitchen, master suite on the first floor, hardwood floors, garage, new painting and more. This one won't last.
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