Bill Aibel | Cambridge Real Estate, Somerville Real Estate, Boston Real Estate, Newton Real Estate


This Single-Family in Andover, MA recently sold for $630,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Bill Aibel - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


16 Rose Glen Dr, Andover, MA 01810

Single-Family

$590,000
Price
$630,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Offers to be presented as received after today's Open House (11-1pm.) An outstanding opportunity to land on the serene oasis of beautiful Rose Glen Dr. Well-proportioned four bedroom Colonial home with 2207 sq. ft., built in 1975, on close to an acre of land. A front-to-back living room with a separate dining room adjoins the eat-in kitchen. A family room with fireplace, half bath, large deck and a two car garage complete the first level with nice flow to the floor plan. Four bedrooms and two full baths, including one en-suite in the primary bedroom, allow for a flexible layout that could easily include home offices.This house has so much potential with a location that will support all the improvements and effort. A fresh interior paint job with hardwood floors throughout just sanded and refinished will give you a jump start and allow you to focus your vision and put your own signature on this stellar opportunity. Today is the final open house from 11-1pm.

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If you’re looking to increase the value of your home before you sell, there are certain things that you can do to attract buyers and get a high return on your investment in your home. There’s only so much time and money that you have to invest in your home. You will be purchasing a new place most likely and will need some capital for that. Read on for some tips on how to cheaply and efficiently make some quick improvements to your home. 


Stage Your Home 


You don’t have to create a significant expense to make changes to your home. If there’s one thing you should know about selling your home, you should make an appearance. Clear out the clutter in your home. Then, take some time to stage it. No one who is touring your home should see your personal papers, children’s toys, and celebrity shrines. Think minimalistic when it comes to the things that need to be in your home when it’s put on the market. Having a clean house can make all the difference in selling your home.


First Impressions Are Everything


A mess never makes a good first impression. If things appear in disarray around the property, it’s going to deter interest in the home. Make sure the yard looks presentable. Add some plants to the outside of the house. A simple clean up can make a big difference in the property. 


The Kitchen And The Bathroom Are Points Of Interest


People pay particular attention to the kitchen and bathrooms of a home. One reason for this is that these rooms are particularly expensive to renovate. At the very least make sure that these rooms are clean. If you have the time and funds to replace tiles, or replace the sink, definitely complete these projects. 


Don’t Try To Take On Projects Yourself


It’s important to recognize what you can and can’t do. Hiring a professional to complete your projects can make a big difference. If you don’t have a grasp on home renovation procedures, an improvement can turn into a nightmare. It could end up costing you more money and time in the long run. 


Hire A Real Estate Agent


Hire a real estate agent to help you sell your home. Real estate agents understand how to price and market a home for an optimal sale. Fees for seller’s agents are very reasonable and worth it if you want a good price for your home.  


As you can see, there are many simple ways you can get more value out of your home when you head to sell it.            




54 Dane, Somerville, MA 02143

Condo

$1,150,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
3
Baths
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION!! Don't wait to see this Brand New Construction, rear townhouse with exquisite finishes-1880 sf of LA over 4 floors- includes 2+ bedrooms and 3 full baths. Beautifully appointed eat-in kitchen with white cabinetry, suede quartz countertops, SS appliances and large island. Adjoining living room with gas fireplace has direct access to the rear, private patio and yard. The 2 upper floor bedrooms are workable as master suites with adjoining and fully appointed baths. One suite has a private, rear-facing balcony. The lower level has a full bath and 2 separate spaces that could option as office/exercise/playroom. All gas systems, 2 zone central AC, off-street parking. The design emphasis is contemporary with oversized windows that flood the building with natural light. Wide staircases, custom railings, 9' ceilings, HW floors and attention to detail make this a standout property. Proximity to Union Sq., Harvard and the future Green Line Extension add even more value.
Open House
Saturday
November 21 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 54 Dane, Somerville, MA 02143    Get Directions

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54 Dane, Somerville, MA 02143

Condo

$1,175,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
3
Baths
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION!! Don't wait to see this Brand New Construction, rear townhouse with exquisite finishes-1880 sf of LA over 4 floors- includes 2+ bedrooms and 3 full baths. Beautifully appointed eat-in kitchen with white cabinetry, suede quartz countertops, SS appliances and large island. Adjoining living room with gas fireplace has direct access to the rear, private patio and yard. The 2 upper floor bedrooms are workable as master suites with adjoining and fully appointed baths. One suite has a private, rear-facing balcony. The lower level has a full bath and 2 separate spaces that could option as office/exercise/playroom. All gas systems, 2 zone central AC, off-street parking. The design emphasis is contemporary with oversized windows that flood the building with natural light. Wide staircases, custom railings, 9' ceilings, HW floors and attention to detail make this a standout property. Proximity to Union Sq., Harvard and the future Green Line Extension add even more value.
Open House
Saturday
November 21 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 54 Dane, Somerville, MA 02143    Get Directions

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A home bar is one thing that most adults should have in their homes. Even if you’re not a drinker yourself, you should have something on hand to offer guests when they come over for an evening of food and conversation. You’ll need the right setup, the right tools, and the right recipes handy to have the perfect home bar. Whether you have a bar already or are looking to build your own, we have all the tips that you’ll need as a rookie bartender.  


The Essentials


You’ll need quite a few essentials in your home bar including but not limited to:


  • Glasses
  • Bitters
  • Bar tools
  • Recipe books
  • Spirits
  • Mixers
  • Garnishes

Find The Right Surface To Transform Into A Bar


You can easily transform any table, sideboard, or cart into a bar. If the vessel that you’re using has a drawer, that’s even better. You can keep all of your bottles, glasses, decanters, and openers in one convenient place. It’s not bad if you can’t fit all of your supplies in one place. Less used items can be stored in the pantry. 


You can even use a simple bookshelf to store all of your bar supplies. Transform any bookcase from “boring bookshelf” to home bar in no time. You can arrange the shelving by category, giving each shelf a purpose. You can keep spirits on one shelf, glasses on another shelf, tools on another, and recipe books on another shelf. 


Does Your Home Have An Actual Bar Built-In?


Many homes actually have bars built in, but people rarely use them because they feel inexperienced in using the bar tools of the trade. Whether you have a full wet bar or a simpler dry bar, keep all of the essentials there. You’ll need:


  • Bar towel
  • Trash can
  •  Glasses
  • Decanter
  • Bar spoon
  • Strainer
  • Shaker
  • Access to ice
  • Juice
  • Sodas
  • Juicer
  • Limes
  • Lemons
  • Jigger
  • Simple Syrup
  • Old fashioned glass
  • Peeler
  • Mesh strainer

Location Of The Bar


If you’re setting up a brand new bar, there’s a variety of places that you can put the bar. If you have space in the kitchen, you can add it to a corner right there. Other great places for your bar could be a den or a man cave. Wherever you’ll spend time hanging out with company is a good place to keep your bar. If you have children, you might even consider getting a locking cabinet system for your liquor. You don’t want little hands getting into what they’re not supposed to.  


Setting up your own home bar is something to be proud of. It will be quite the conversation piece when guests come over. You’ll be able to discuss your collection of liquors and see if friends have any recommendations as to what you might add to your selection of liquors. A home bar is an entertaining essential.