The Mavroules Team - Atlantic Coast Homes



Posted by The Mavroules Team on 9/17/2018

This Condo in Salem, MA recently sold for $339,000. This Hi-Rise style home was sold by The Mavroules Team - Atlantic Coast Homes.


11 Church St, Salem, MA 01970

Condo

$315,000
Price
$339,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Beautifully updated! Freshly painted, hardwood floors, crown molding, updated kitchen with new granite counter tops and sink. Updated bathrooms with marble counter tops, new vanities, exhaust fans, and tiled floors. New lighting throughout. New top down/bottom up blinds. Enjoy the association amenities of an indoor pool, jacuzzi, fitness room, club room and pool table. There is a beautiful outdoor courtyard for relaxing. Located in the heart of downtown Salem with all it has to offer! Enjoy a short walk to the Peabody Essex Museum, numerous restaurants, live entertainment, Salem Cinema, shops, Pickering Wharf and train or ferry to Boston. One car parking at attached municipal garage and additional parking is also an option. Washer dryer in unit. Storage unit in basement. Condo fee includes heat and central air conditioning. Enjoy easy living at The Essex!

Similar Properties





Tags: Salem   Real Estate   Condo   01970  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by The Mavroules Team on 9/15/2018

This Condo in Salem, MA recently sold for $434,000. This 2/3 Family style home was sold by The Mavroules Team - Atlantic Coast Homes.


15 Barton Street, Salem, MA 01970

Condo

$429,000
Price
$434,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
RARELY AVAILABLE! Announcing "The Residence at Barton", TWO NEWLY CONSTRUCTED MODERN CONDOS w/WATER VIEWS! These Units are steps from "COLLINS COVE" WATERFRONT and convenient to COMMUTER RAIL, SALEM FERRY (to Boston), downtown SHOPS & RESTAURANTS. This 4-BEDROOM UNIT Townhouse style offers OPEN FLOOR PLAN, contemporary state-of-the-art kitchen w/GAS stove, STAINLESS APPLIANCES & QUARTZ counter-tops, spacious living/dining room w/lots of windows & WATER VIEW, cherry HW floors throughout, 2 full baths (MASTER BATH w/walk-in shower; both baths feature designer tile & accents), IN-UNIT LAUNDRY, large private STORAGE ROOM (15x09; heated & A/C), 2-DEEDED OFF-STREET PARKING spaces, over-sized DECK & beautiful GREEN OUTDOOR SPACE. EVERYTHING NEW: high efficiency GAS heating & hot water, central A/C, electrical wiring, plumbing, soundproof insulation, windows, doors & roof. PET friendly buildg.

Similar Properties





Tags: Salem   Real Estate   Condo   01970  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by The Mavroules Team on 9/14/2018

If you recently sold your house, you will need to move quickly to pack up your belongings and relocate to a new address. In addition, you probably will want to clean your house as much as possible prior to a homebuyer's final walk-through.

Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to clean a home before you move, including:

1. Straighten Up Your Home While You Pack

Home cleaning can be a long, arduous process, particularly for those who wait until the last minute to perform various home cleaning tasks. If you clean up after yourself while you prepare for your upcoming move, you can avoid the stress of completing extensive home cleaning right before moving day.

Wiping down home countertops, walls and ceilings usually is a great idea. By doing so, you can keep these spots clean while you plan for your move.

Also, don't forget to empty the attic and basement and remove dirt, dust and debris from these areas. This will ensure you can clean these areas once and for all before moving day arrives.

2. Remove All Clutter from Your Home

There is no reason to let clutter slow you down as you prepare for an upcoming move. Instead, clear out clutter immediately, and you can clean your home and reduce the number of items that you'll need to move to your new address.

Today, there are several ways to get rid of clutter. In many instances, you can sell excess items as part of a yard sale or online. Or, you can always donate these items to local charities or give them to friends or family members.

Regardless of what you decide to do with clutter, it is essential to remove clutter from your house as soon as you can. That way, you can cut down on clutter and increase the likelihood of a quick, seamless moving day experience.

3. Hire a Cleaning Company

Cleaning a home from top to bottom can be a lot of work. Plus, if you're already allocating significant amounts of time to packing for an upcoming move, you may lack the necessary time and energy to improve your house's interior and exterior.

Many home cleaning companies are available in cities and towns nationwide. These businesses employ friendly, highly trained professionals who are happy to help you clean your residence prior to moving day.

If you plan to hire a home cleaning company, don't wait to contact this business. Because the longer you wait to book a home cleaning company, the more likely it becomes that this business won't be able to accommodate your cleaning needs before you move.

Lastly, if you need help finding a cleaning company in your area, you can always consult with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can help you sell a home, as well as connect you with first-rate cleaning companies in any area, at any time.

Use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble cleaning your house in the days leading up to your move.




Tags: moving tips   cleaning   moving  
Categories: Uncategorized  


Posted by The Mavroules Team on 9/7/2018

 

If youíve paid any attention to home and living catalogues over the years youíve probably noticed how quickly home decor trends come and go. Just like in the world of fashion, the people who manufacture homegoods do it with one idea in mind: to keep you coming back for more.


Thereís an important distinction to be made between a trend and a style. Youíve probably seen several homes that adhere to the styles of farmhouse, mid-century modern, industrial, and so on. However, within these styles there are several trends that flood magazines and houses each year. While everyone wants to keep their home up to date, itís important to keep a watchful eye out for homegoods that are just capitalizing on the latest trends.


In this article, weíll break down some home decor tips that will help you pick the homegoods that will look great year after year while also serving a useful function in your house. And, weíll help you avoid the trends that put a strain on your wallet each year.

Keep the big picture in mind


When browsing through the latest Crate & Barrel catalog, itís tempting to order items based on liking the way they look in the picture. However, itís important to remember how it would look in your own home. This is true for many items around the home, like houseplants. If you have a farmhouse-style home, decorating it with cacti or zen gardens might appear out of place and thus will be short-lived decorations.


Aside from the inside of your home, itís important to keep in mind the architectural style of your house. It would seem strange, for example, to enter a brownstone building in Brooklyn to find it filled with country style decorations. That isnít to say you need to always adhere exclusively to the architectural style of the building (some juxtapositions work well together and are a fun way to give your home some originality).

Good design sticks around


Appearance isnít everything. When it comes to things like furniture, appliances, and kitchenware youíll find that usefulness and ease of access is a key feature. Before buying one of these items, think about whether it serves a purpose, and if it serves that purpose better than your current item. Read reviews or ask friends and family about these items before purchasing them.

Stick to the classics


One of the latest trends to hit coffee shops around the country is the tall metal stool. Sometimes they have a backrest, sometimes they donít. They can be painted a neutral color or left metallic and unfinished.


While these stools may fit neatly into the modern, industrial look, they might not fit your particular needs. In some instances, itís better to stick to the tried-and-true furniture items for your home. If youíre placing the stools somewhere that people are going to sit often and for long periods of time, youíll want them to be comfortable. Donít sacrifice comfort in your own home just because something looks good.




Tags: home   interior design   house   Decor   homegoods   design  
Categories: Uncategorized  


Posted by The Mavroules Team on 9/6/2018

Seize this rare opportunity to own a completely renovated 5+ bed/4.5 bath Colonial, nestled on a quiet side street in the highly desirable Gardner Park. Bring the extended family as this spacious home boasts a FLEXIBLE FLOOR PLAN with full baths & beds on all 3 levels. The OPEN CONCEPT 1st floor is perfect for entertaining with a FIREPLACED living room & CHEFíS KITCHEN with GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, custom cabinets & S/S APPLIANCES. The upstairs boasts an enormous Master Bedroom suite with cathedral ceilings & a spa like master bath with Jacuzzi Tub. Additional 2nd floor highlights include 2 bedrooms & a full family bathroom. HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT. The finished lower level offers IN LAW POTENTIAL with a large family room, another full bathroom, plus 3 additional bedrooms. All of this, plus an enormous fenced in yard that must be seen in person to truly appreciate. Conveniently located mins from the highway & commuter rail, this home is just awaiting a new family to make it their own!

More Info on this Property | New Listing Alerts




Categories: Uncategorized  




Tags