Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/18/2019


40 Kent Dr, Hudson, MA 01749

Single-Family

$389,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome Home to this wonderful updated cape cod home in very convenient Hudson MA. Features include updated kitchen with quartz counters and stainless steel appliances which leads into open concept family room with beautiful brick fireplace. Two bedrooms, full bath and dining room round out the first floor, 2 generous bedrooms on the second floor, and finished playroom and bonus room in the walk out basement. Don't miss the opportunity to make this home your own!
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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/16/2019

This Condo in Woburn, MA recently sold for $252,444. This Garden style home was sold by - Competitive Edge Real Estate Services.


385 Main Street, Woburn, MA 01801

Condo

$249,900
Price
$252,444
Sale Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome to your urban oasis right in Woburn center! This top floor, 1 bedroom unit is flooded with natural light and features high ceilings, an updated kitchen with breakfast bar, a wide open floorplan and beautiful exposed brick. Laundry in unit. Enjoy the convenience of all of Woburn Center's walkable amenities such as shopping, public transportation and a wide variety of restaurants...right out your front door!

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/16/2019

This Single-Family in Windham, NH recently sold for $237,500. This Ranch style home was sold by - Competitive Edge Real Estate Services.


3 Summer St, Windham, NH 03087

Single-Family

$245,000
Price
$237,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Updated open concept ranch with beach rights to Cobbetts Pond. Meticulously maintained home perfect for first time home buyers or down sizers. One floor living with open concept kitchen/dining and living room. Separate office/study area, two bedrooms, full bath and a large laundry room. Potential wood stove in the living room. Septic replaced May 2009. Seller updates include replacing front porch, 200 amp electrical service, generator hook up, generator, crawl space basement added support, concrete and insulation. Enjoy beautiful sunrises/sunsets at the top of Sawtelle Road and shopping for fresh vegetables, ice cream and flowers from Johnson's farm stand.






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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/15/2019

Choosing outdoor furniture for your home can be a challenging task. You might not even know where to start. What type of furniture do you need? What colors should you choose? The process doesn’t have to be overwhelming. If you take it step by step, and look at your own needs, the process will be easier for you. 


Pick Your Colors


The outdoors have a bit more flexibility than the indoors of your home. There are no wall colors to worry about, only the natural landscape and the shade of your deck. You can choose from a spectrum of colors to suit the feel you want to create in your outdoor space. Color will provide everything from a fun party atmosphere to a classy, refined outdoor space. Don’t be afraid to mix and match as well.


The Outdoors Are Your Indoors


If you have the style of your home down to a science, don’t be afraid to carry that look over to the outside of your home. You can use the same types of fabric textures and colors. Keep in mind that you’ll want a more durable fabric since your furniture may be exposed to the elements. 


Use the same design principles outdoors that you would with your indoor furniture. If you have an outdoor fireplace, for example, you can use that as a focal point to gather your furniture around. Don’t be afraid to have a setup similar to that of your living room including a coffee table, sofa-like chair, and other cozy seating.       


Keep It Visually Stimulating


Just like the inside of your home, the outside of your home is also a reflection of your personality. You can embrace the feeling of fun, bright colors, and contrasting shades. Use what makes you happy and the rest of the design will fall into place! 


Remember one of the simplest design principles when designing your outdoor space- use throw pillows! Throw pillows can add so much to a space. Find colors that bring out the best in your outdoor furniture and desired color patterns. When it comes to the outdoors, know that the bolder you go, the better your space will be! 


Forget The Rules


Your outdoor space is a place where you can just “forget the rules.” Go with what feels right for you. The outdoor space is less “stuffy” than the indoors. Not that the inside of your home isn’t comfortable, but the outdoors is a place where an “anything goes” attitude can really work for you.




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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/8/2019

If security in your home is a concern, you can consider stepping things up a bit with steel entry doors. While you may think of steel doors as something that you’d find in an industrial type building, they’re not just for businesses anymore. Many homeowners are turning to steel entry doors in order to capitalize on their many benefits. 


You’d be surprised that many new construction homes can be found with steel entry doors, and the prices aren't bad. A basic door will run somewhere between $100-$150. You’ll still need to buy the installation hardware for the doors, but these prices are fairly reasonable. 


Benefits Of Steel Doors


There are many benefits to steel entry doors. The first of these perks is that they are incredibly secure. Break-ins generally occur either on lower level windows or through a front door. Thieves have a slim chance of getting into a steel door that has been properly installed. 

The next benefit of steel doors is that they’re very durable. Steel is known to be quite a weather resistant material. These doors are also energy efficient and help you to keep the cost of your utility bills down. 


Fire Resistant


Be careful when choosing your steel doors. Not all steel doors are fire resistant. A fire-resistant door can block high levels of heat and flames for about 20 minutes. You can check on your specific door of choice for how extensive the flame retardant material is and how long it will last. 


Maintenance 


Steel doors don’t require much maintenance. Because of their resistance to rust, cracking, and bending, these doors will last longer and keep your home looking sharp for longer periods of time. Steel doors are especially favorable if you live in an environment with high amounts of precipitation and humidity. The moisture won’t affect the condition of the door. If the doors happen to need any repairs, know that steel doors are just as easy to repair as a standard wooden door is. Your steel door will rarely require a replacement. 


Painting


When you think of a steel door, you may picture a cold, metal door that’s quite unwelcoming. This couldn’t be further from the truth! You’re able to paint these doors any color that you’d like. First, you’ll need to remove all of the hardware from the door. Then, you’ll need to sand and prime the door. Next, you can move into the painting phase. You can use many different methods to paint a steel door including brushing, rolling, or spraying the door.




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