Open house on 6/23/2019 at 34 Clinton St Waltham, MA 02453


Date: 06/23/2019 Time: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM  
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Highly Desirable & Convenient Newton Line! Affordable 2 family on a quiet side street with both apartments having 2 floors of living. The owners apartment consist of the first floor, a second floor bedroom and is handicap accessible with in unit laundry. The upper apartment is on the 2nd +3rd floor and has 6+ rooms and 3 bedrooms. Two separate driveways, economic gas heating and a fenced yard. Easy walk to vibrant Moody St for shopping, restaurants and night life. Great opportunity for a first time buyers or investor. Act now!

Video Tour – Condo Home – Watertown, MA 02472 Real Estate – For Sale

Affordable ground level 1 bedroom condo at THE OTIS ideal for someone with the ability to renovate and build sweat equity. Good size living room, galley kitchen and separate bedroom. Easy commute to downtown Boston or Harvard Sq. Off street parking and steps to the bus. Needs substantial work but priced according.

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Condo – 183 Mount Auburn St Unit 14 Watertown, MA 02472 is now new to the market!

Affordable ground level 1 bedroom condo at THE OTIS ideal for someone with the ability to renovate and build sweat equity. Good size living room, galley kitchen and separate bedroom. Easy commute to downtown Boston or Harvard Sq. Off street parking and steps to the bus. Needs substantial work but priced according.

This is a Garden style home and features 3 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 bedroom, and is currently available for $199,900.

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Tips on Maintaining Your Home Inside and Out

In many ways, the quality of your life is determined by the condition of your home. If it feels like your home is in disrepair, messy, or cluttered, you’re not going to feel comfortable or satisfied with your living situation. While perfection is an unattainable standard, there are a lot of simple things you can do to keep your home in good condition and prevent problems.

Train Your dog. Although many people own dogs and consider them to be a cherished part of the family, not everyone takes the time to properly housebreak, exercise, and train their pets. Dogs are very eager to please, but they need clear guidelines to understand what you expect of them. Some dogs also tend to express frustration or restlessness in destructive ways if they’re not given enough attention, exercise, or toys/treats to chew on. It’s not uncommon for dogs to chew on furniture, shoes, or other valued possessions if their needs are not met. Ideally, people should research dog breeds before actually purchasing a household pet. That way you can know more about temperament, exercise requirements, and training potential before you bring a puppy into the family. In addition to helpful online videos on raising obedient dogs, pet supply stores periodically offer low-cost training classes for dogs and their owners. Effectively housebreaking your pet in the first few days and weeks of adopting them is a key aspect of a harmonious pet/owner relationship. Otherwise, your furniture, hardwood floors, and carpeting could be subject to irreparable damage!

Use Furniture Sliders: Hardwood floors can be a mixed blessing. On one hand, they’re a high-quality, nice-looking material that enhances the look and feel of your home. On the other hand, it can be difficult to prevent scratching, scuffing, and even gouging of those beautiful surfaces. One solution, which is easy on both your floors and your pocketbook, is to put felt or plastic furniture sliders under the legs of your tables, chairs, and ottomans. Not only can you prevent or reduce hardwood floor scratching that inevitably happens when furniture is dragged across a floor, but it also makes it easier to rearrange furniture.

Maintain Your Rain Gutters: Properly working rain gutters serve the useful purpose of channeling water away from your roof, eaves, and foundation. By making sure your gutters are not clogged up with leaves, branches, and other debris, you can help protect your home from water damage. If the downspout of your rain gutter empties water too close to your house, you can often correct that by purchasing and attaching an inexpensive extension. Routing water away from your foundation can help prevent basement leaks, cracking, and crumbling. It can also be part of a multi-faceted approach to preventing basement mold.

Control Clutter: Household clutter not only degrades the appearance of your home (for both you and your guests), but it’s a known source of psychological stress. Taking the first step to reduce clutter is usually the most difficult part of the process, but once it’s a habit, maintaining a clutter-free home becomes infinitely easier!