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20 Oak St., Kingston, MA 02364

Single-Family

$418,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
If you want a cozy, private beach community, come to this high demand area in Kingston. The addition of town sewer in 2002 facilitated an attractive year round neighborhood. Enter into this Contemporary Colonial through a closed entry w/lrg closet. Open the 15 lite glass door and you're in an open front to back floor plan that is flooded with natural light from the many over-sized windows.Look past the maple kitchen w/island to the 12' wall of glass inviting you out to the private back yard w/crescent shaped, stoned walled patio. First level includes hrdwd flrs, office, full bath, laundry rm, gas log frpl. Second fl is complete w/4 bdrms, all new carpet lrg walk-in closet off master bedrm, and full bath w/double sink. This home was completely renovated in 2005 including a 2 story addition to the rear, 200 Amp service, new propane heating system, and 10'x 14' shed. The beach and function area on West Ave (the coop) are owned by an Association, optional membership is $125 annually.
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Attending a home showing often represents a major milestone in the homebuying journey. But after you take an up-close look at a house, how should you proceed?

There are many questions to consider after you attend a home showing, including:

1. What Did You Think of the Home?

Although it may appear to be love at first sight after you view a property for the first time, it usually is better to err on the side of caution. Thus, after you check out a home, you may want to take at least a few hours to assess the property.

Does the residence fit your budget? Is the property big enough to accommodate your family? And is the residence close to your office? These are just some of the questions that you'll want to consider as you evaluate the pros and cons of a house.

Also, don't forget to consult with your real estate agent. This professional may be able to offer additional insights into a house that you might struggle to obtain elsewhere. By doing so, your real estate agent can help you determine how to proceed with a residence.

2. Should I Submit an Offer?

The decision to submit an offer on a house is a big one, particularly for those who want to purchase a high-quality property at a budget-friendly price.

Ultimately, you'll want to look at various housing market factors before you submit an offer on a residence. Consider how long a residence has been listed as well as the prices of comparable houses in the same city or town. Furthermore, you'll want to consider the property's condition and whether major repairs will be needed in the near future.

Your real estate agent can help you put together a competitive offer on a house that won't exceed your budget. This housing market professional will enable you to examine the pros and cons of a residence and make it easy for you to decide how to move forward after a home showing.

3. What Are My Options?

Homebuyers have many options after they view a house. They may choose to submit an offer on the residence. Or, if a house fails to meet their expectations, homebuyers can continue to explore the real estate market.

No homebuyer should feel backed into a corner after a home showing. Fortunately, your real estate agent will be able to outline all of your options. This real estate professional will simplify the process of finding your dream house and allocate the necessary time and resources to explain all of the options at your disposal.

Perhaps best of all, your real estate agent can answer any concerns or questions at each stage of the homebuying journey. That way, if you're uncertain about a residence that you recently viewed, your real estate agent will be able to respond to your queries without delay.

Take advantage of home showings, and you should have no trouble discovering your ideal residence.


Depending on where you live, groceries can be one of the top expenses in your household. Frugal shoppers have found many ways to save at the grocery store over the years, from coupons to price matching. However one of the best ways to save money on groceries and household items is to bulk buy. When you buy items in bulk you give up a small amount of storage space at home, but you gain savings in return. Plus buying in bulk means you're using up less packaging in the long run, helping the environment out as well. Here are the items you should buy in bulk and the items you should avoid.

Food

Whether you have a BJ's or Sam's Club membership or if you seek out good deals online or at your local grocery store, there are a number of food items you can buy in bulk to save money.
  • Cereal. Buying oversized boxes of cereal, especially knock-offs of name brands can save you more than 50% on prices.
  • Rice and beans. Buying food staples in bulk are a great way to save at the grocery store. Rice and beans can be used in any number of dishes for tastes from around the world. They offer meals high in fiber and protein and rich in nutrients.
  • Oatmeal. Large boxes of dried oatmeal will allow you to save money and make your own creations. Add dried or frozen fruit, nuts, cinnamon, or yogurt to your morning oatmeal to keep things interesting.
  • Frozen vegetables. Not only are frozen vegetables cheaper and more convenient, but they often contain more vitamins and nutrients than fresh vegetables because they are frozen immediately after being harvested.

Other home goods

Hand soap. Rather than buying new containers of hand soap every time you run out, wasting money and plastic, buy one large bottle of your favorite soap and refill the bottles in your kitchen and bathrooms. Trash bags. Trash bags bought in bulk don't take up much more room than smaller boxes and you'll get much more for your dollar. Toilet paper. Buying toilet paper in bulk will save you a lot of money. Try storing the huge pack in the basement rather than the bathroom closet, keeping just one or two extra rolls in the bathroom to save space. Toothpaste and toothbrushes. Toothpaste is a well known bulk-buy, but toothbrushes bought in packs of 2 or more are also a great way to save. Set a reminder in your phone to change toothbrushes at least once every three months.

Things not to buy in bulk

Condiments. The temptation is there to buy a huge bottle of honey mustard and save a few cents. But unless you eat it every day, odds are your condiments will expire before you use them and take up a ton of room in your refrigerator. Plastic tupperware. Rather than buying cheap plastic tupperware at the grocery store every few months, buy one good glass set that will last years. Fresh fruit. It's tempting to buy that huge bag of clementines, but you'll be kicking yourself when they start to rot and hardly any have been eaten. You're better off stopping at the store and buying small amounts of fresh fruits when you want them rather than assuming you'll eat them.  


20 Oak St., Kingston, MA 02364

Single-Family

$437,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
If you want a cozy, private beach community, come to this high demand area in Kingston. The addition of town sewer in 2002 facilitated an attractive year round neighborhood. Enter into this Contemporary Colonial through a closed entry w/lrg closet. Open the 15 lite glass door and you're in an open front to back floor plan that is flooded with natural light from the many over-sized windows.Look past the maple kitchen w/island to the 12' wall of glass inviting you out to the private back yard w/crescent shaped, stoned walled patio. First level includes hrdwd flrs, office, full bath, laundry rm, gas log frpl. Second fl is complete w/4 bdrms, all new carpet lrg walk-in closet off master bedrm, and full bath w/double sink. This home was completely renovated in 2005 including a 2 story addition to the rear, 200 Amp service, new propane heating system, and 10'x 14' shed. The beach and function area on West Ave (the coop) are owned by an Association, optional membership is $125 annually.
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This Single-Family in Middleboro, MA recently sold for $279,900. This Ranch,Other style home was sold by Debbie Glass REALTOR® Broker/Owner - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold.


5107 Pheasant Lane, Middleboro, MA 02346

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$279,900
Sale Price

7
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
One of a kind LENNOX home in the Active Adult Community of Oak Point. This beautiful home has a new roof, a 2 car garage, a beautiful floor to ceiling stone fireplace with raised hearth and built in wall units on each side. Modern, open floor plan, eat in kitchen with large kitchen island boasting Corian countertops and upgraded maple cabinets. Formal dining room and office/den boasts grand columns. Large master bedroom with 2 large walk in closets with closet organizer shelving. Large master bath with 2 granite countertop vanities. Laundry room with washer & dryer to stay. 12 X 14 deck off morning room has privacy and the grill & patio furniture to stay. Have a one of a kind home in Oak Point and enjoy the extensive amenities offered at this "resort style living" community.

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