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This Condo in Mashpee, MA recently sold for $405,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Marianne Ganzenmuller - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate.


4 Hyannis Point Rd, Mashpee, MA 02649

New Seabury

Condo

$420,000
Price
$405,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
New Price for end of summer - some furniture to convey with home! Beautifully updated, B style, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath end unit condo in charming Maushop Village, New Seabury. Wide plank pine floors refinished May 2017, entire unit freshly painted. All new SS appliances and washer/dryer. New boiler June 2017. Open concept floor plan with kitchen, living room and half bath on first floor. Three freestanding a/c units will transfer with the unit. Sliding doors front and back allow natural light and refreshing ocean breezes. Second floor features two bedrooms, each with new ceiling fans and balcony. Full bath and in unit laundry. Front and back patios allow for grilling and relaxing. Private association beach! Close to Popponesset Marketplace, Country Club and Popponesset Inn. Designated parking space next to unit entry. Great rental potential.

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This Condo in Mashpee, MA recently sold for $405,000. This style home was sold by Marianne Ganzenmuller - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate.


4 Hyannis Point Road , Mashpee, MA 02649

New Seabury

Condo

$420,000
Price
$405,000
Sale Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome home to this 2 bedroom, 1&1/2 bath condo with many updates including all new SS appliances, new furnace, ceiling fans, refinished wide plank pine floors, freshly painted throughout. This home has 2 patios and 2 decks (off bedrooms.) The ocean breezes are fantastic, but in case it's muggy - there are 3 standalone a/c units to keep you cool. There is a private association beach and it is close to th Popponesset Inn & Marketplace. Enjoy!!

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This Single-Family in Falmouth, MA recently sold for $340,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Marianne Ganzenmuller - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate.


30 Kimberly Lane , Falmouth, MA 02536

East Falmouth

Single-Family

$345,000
Price
$340,000
Sale Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Renovated Maravista Gem on .32 ac on a quiet street yet easy walk to shopping, movies, restaurants & just .7mi to Town Beach, Dock, Boat Ramp. This 2 Br Ranch has a long list of quality upgrades in the past 1 to 5 yrs: New roof, hardwood flrs, gas furnace, appliances, windows, light fixtures, bulkhead, attic insulation, quality kit cabinets with soft close drawers, granite counter, upgraded bath, repairs to exterior trim and outdoor shower. The crown jewel of this level corner lot property is a new Garage with an unfinished room above with a beautiful Arched window. The garage has 220 amp electric panel and water line is available for hook up. On the new sewer system (betterment to be assumed by Buyer), there is potential for expansion opportunities and permitting for Accessory Apt use.

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You've sold your home, and moving day is almost here. As such, now may be the perfect time to pack an overnight bag; that way, you're ready to survive with only limited supplies until you get settled into your new house.

Ultimately, there are several essential items to include in an overnight bag, such as:

1. Clothing

It is important to pack enough clothing to ensure that you can dress comfortably until you get unpacked. Thus, you'll want to consider how long that it will take you to get settled into a new house as you prep your overnight bag.

For example, if you plan to take several days to unpack, you'll want to pack your overnight bag clothing accordingly. In this scenario, you'll likely need work clothes for the days that you're in the office, along with pajamas and other comfortable clothing that you can wear around the house.

2. Cash

If you know that you're going to be living outside a traditional home environment for a few days, it never hurts to pack cash in your overnight bag. By doing so, you'll have money available to buy food, beverages and other items as needed.

Consider how much money that you'll need to survive even a few days outside of a traditional home setting. Also, be sure to keep extra cash close to reduce the risk of losing this money while you relocate to a new address.

3. Toiletries

Shampoo, toothpaste and other toiletries should be included in your overnight bag. These items ensure that you can maintain a clean, neat appearance, regardless of where you're staying.

Many convenience stores and supermarkets sell travel-size versions of popular toiletries. Therefore, you may want to purchase travel-size toiletries to limit the chance that assorted toiletries will take up too much space in your overnight bag.

Furthermore, you can pack only the toiletries that you know you'll need for a set period of time to conserve additional space in your overnight bag.

4. Smartphone Charger

Let's face it – no one want to lose access to his or her smartphone for any length of time. Fortunately, if you pack a smartphone charger in your overnight bag, you can recharge your smartphone at any time.

Include a smartphone charger and any smartphone cords or wires in your overnight bag. In addition, don't forget to test your smartphone charger and accessories to ensure they work properly.

Packing an overnight bag can be quick and simple, particularly for those who plan ahead. And if you include the aforementioned items in your overnight bag, you should have no trouble surviving outside a traditional home setting.

Lastly, if you need help as you get ready to vacate your house, a real estate agent may be able to provide assistance. A real estate agent serves as an expert guide along the home selling journey and will do everything possible to guarantee that you are fully prepared for an upcoming move.


Let's face it – the thought of entering the home selling market can be stressful, even if you don't plan to put your house on the market for several weeks or months. However, there are many simple ways to ensure you can enjoy a fun, exciting and successful home selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three tips that you can use to kick off an unforgettable home selling journey.

1. Examine Your Home's Interior and Exterior

How will a potential homebuyer view your residence when he or she sees it for the first time? This is a question that you'll want to consider closely, as a homebuyer's first impression of your residence may dictate whether he or she moves forward with an offer.

Take a close look at your house's interior and exterior from a homebuyer's perspective. If home improvements are necessary, now may be the ideal time to complete these tasks. That way, you can enhance your house's interior and exterior before you add your residence to the real estate market.

Also, a home appraisal may help you identify problem areas with your residence. This appraisal enables a property inspector to examine your residence from top to bottom and can help you better understand your house's strengths and weaknesses.

2. Declutter Your Residence

Unfortunately, clutter can accumulate in a home over an extended period of time. But if you start decluttering your home today, you may be able to avoid the stress of cleaning out your residence as you get closer to adding your home to the housing market.

To declutter effectively, consider items that you need to keep and store them safely. Then, take the items that you no longer require and consider all of your options to get rid of them quickly and safely.

In many instances, you can sell excess items or donate them to charity. Or, you can always offer these items to family members and friends as well.

3. Meet with a Real Estate Agent

What does it take to get your house ready for the real estate market? Meet with a real estate agent, and you can learn everything you'll need to know about selling a house.

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of the real estate market. As such, he or she can answer any questions that you may have about the home selling journey and help you plan accordingly.

In addition, after you list your residence, your real estate agent will streamline the home selling cycle. This housing market professional will set up home showings and open houses, promote your residence to large groups of potential buyers and much more. By doing so, your real estate agent will do everything possible to help you maximize the value of your residence.

When it comes to getting ready to sell your home, there is no need to worry. Instead, use the aforementioned tips, and you'll be able to enjoy a memorable home selling journey.




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