Lynne Morey - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth | Plymouth MA Real Estate


This Single-Family in Bourne, MA recently sold for $535,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Lynne Morey - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth.


18 Noreast Drive, Bourne, MA 02562

Sagamore Beach

Single-Family

$549,900
Price
$535,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Sagamore Beach location - Desirable Winward Passage cut-de-sac neighborhood which is close proximately to gorgeous area beaches & minutes away from the Cape Cod Canal / area golf. This stunning 4 bedroom 2.5 bath Colonial home features ~ State of the art light & bright custom kitchen (installed in 2018) with high end quartz counters including a grand island / breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances, built in wine fridge as well as custom hood over the gas range. The entire 1st & 2nd level has grey tone bamboo wood flooring. The open but defined floorplan is perfect for entertaining. The living room boasts a white stone gas fireplace. Sliders to private back spacious deck w/ heated pool. Dining room & laundry room with half bath competes the 1st floor. The 2nd level has 4 bedrooms including a private master bath w/ radiant heat & full guest bathroom. The finished w/o lower level has 2 finished rooms for various possibilities. Central Air, Irrigation, generator hookup & more.

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Lot 4 -4 River St, Plymouth, MA 02360

Chiltonville

Land

$275,000
Price

1.00
Acres
Residential
Land Type
One Acre buildable lot located in the heart of desirable Chiltonville near Bramhall Corner. Privately set off River street. Lot has been engineered and staked. Septic designed in front yard. Town water. Build your dream home or builders packages available upon request. Minutes from downtown Plymouth, route 3, white-sand beaches, hospital, Plimoth Plantation, shopping & area recreation. Approximately 40 miles to Boston and 15 minutes to the Cape Cod Canal.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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This Single-Family in Bourne, MA recently sold for $585,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Lynne Morey - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth.


20 Jillian Dr, Bourne, MA 02532

Single-Family

$599,000
Price
$585,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Not your typical builder home. Attention to detail throughout. Set high on the hills of Jillian Dr. This home features expansive open floor plan , Hardwoods throughout whole house. Huge family room with vaulted ceilings and gas fireplace. Wainscoting ,crown molding, and custom woodwork throughout large amount of first floor. Kitchen has gigantic island with honed granite counters, tiled back splash, great appliance package. Additional office and half bath to round out the first floor. Baths offer granite and tiled floors. Amazing master suite with vaulted sitting room to enjoy your tree top view, walk in closet, Master bath has separate soaker tub with multi spray heads in tiled shower, double vanity. Home is almost complete.

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This Single-Family in Plymouth, MA recently sold for $525,000. This Cape style home was sold by Lynne Morey - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth.


612 Federal Furnace Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

West Plymouth

Single-Family

$525,000
Price
$525,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
West Plymouth location ~ Immaculate custom built updated expanded Cape with 2 car heated garage, detached heated work shop, inground saltwater pool w/ shed all set on over an acre of land. Features include ~ Light and bright center island kitchen with breakfast bar, adjacent dining area w/ access to private spacious deck & patio w/ retractable remote controlled awning. Great room w/ skylights. Living room w/ cobble stone custom fireplace & hardwood floors, Study with cathedral ship lap beamed ceiling w/ fan, Den & full bath completes the 1st floor. The 2nd level boast the spacious master bedroom, 2 additional bedrooms & 2nd full bath. Newer pool liner (2016), Propane generator powers the entire house if needed, 5 zone irrigation, A/C mini splits in master & great room. Newer 4 bedroom septic system installed 2013, town water, Security system, newer roof, professional landscaped grounds, hardscape entrance / walls, Mins. to area golf, shopping, dining, commuter rail & waterfront

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First-time homebuyers often gravitate to newly-built homes, and for good reason. In a new build, the buyer often gets to choose finishes, fixtures, and flooring. Newer homes have higher energy-efficiency standards and meet up-to-date codes. Most of all, no one else lived there before you. It’s all virgin territory.

Advantages of new builds
Some new builds offer even more customization, letting the buyer participate in design choices, make minor layout changes, and upgrades to appliances, faucets, backsplashes, and lighting.

Another advantage to a newly built home is that no one else has lived in it. This may be especially important to those with pet allergies or other sensitivities. You already know that no dog or cat dander is hiding in the ducts or illness-triggering spice lurks in the range hood.

Often, new homes come with warranties—ranging as high as ten years— providing protection for expensive appliances such as air-conditioning and heating units, water heaters and spa tubs.

Some disadvantages
With all there is to love in a new build, there are a few disadvantages to consider when making your choice.

  • Ongoing construction: if you’re an early buyer in a new development, expect an impact from dust and noise from other homes under construction. Be aware of debris and hazards on new streets from dropped roofing nails to spilled gravel and traffic slowdowns from construction trucks and trailers delivering building supplies and equipment.
  • Fewer neighbors: in a newly developed neighborhood, you might not have neighbors for a while.
  • Limited services: when a whole area is under development, you may need to drive farther to shop, find fuel, or get to basic services like urgent care facilities.
  • Increased assessments: some communities have extra assessments and taxes on developing neighborhoods to repay the city for water and sewer lines, streets and street lights and other city services.
  • Limited landscaping and greenspace: while under development, common-area landscaping, parks, and playgrounds may need to wait for completion of infrastructure, streets, and other necessities. Many new developments have no mature trees or other advanced greenery, so the “feel” is completely different from a mature neighborhood.
  • Schools and libraries may be farther: until the new development needs its own school, the nearest school may be some distance away.
  • Lifestyle limits: restaurants, nightlife, and cultural events may be more difficult to get to.

Before deciding if a new home works for you, talk to your real estate professional about all your options.




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