Posted by Muneeza Realty Group on 11/30/2017

This Single-Family in Shrewsbury, MA recently sold for $403,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Muneeza Realty Group - Keller Williams Pinnacle MetroWest.


61 Hillando Dr, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$412,500
Price
$403,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Brand new Roof and Central AC!Welcome home to this shining star 4 bedroom Colonial in a quiet neighborhood close to route 9 for easy commuting. This home is in the middle of a horse shoe shaped street with a neighborhood playground that's fun for all. . Natural light floods into all the spaces which have neutral décor. Large eat in kitchen with Corian counters and a slider leading to the enormous 12x31 deck overlooking back yard all ready for your spring and summer get together. Living room has fireplace and there is a formal dining room with French doors. Master bedroom has walk in closet and a Hollywood style full bath. House has 2 car garage, central AC, Hardwood flooring in DR and family room, this house meets all your expectations and more.

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Posted by Muneeza Realty Group on 11/29/2017

This Condo in Shrewsbury, MA recently sold for $416,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Muneeza Realty Group - Keller Williams Pinnacle MetroWest.


17 Ptarmigan Dr, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Condo

$414,000
Price
$416,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Well maintained single level Ranch style townhouse in the sought after Landings at Ternberry Community! 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1 car garage~Open floor plan~3/4 inch Hardwood floors in family room and dining room~Carpet in bedrooms~New Granite counters and bar in kitchen~New stainless steel appliances~Family room with fireplace, high ceilings, loads of sunlight with huge windows and gleaming hardwood floors~Freshly painted exterior on all wood surfaces, doors, and deck~New architectural shingled roof 2016~New water heater 2016~Rear deck with new paint~Nice yard with manicured Grounds ~1000 sqft unfinished basement with 8 feet ceiling height ready for your imagination~NO CONDO FEES! Ready to move in! ~Situated very close to town maintained playground~Minutes to I-290, Rte 9 and UMASS Hospital~Minutes to the new whole food market and restaurants~Showings begin at the Open house on 09/17 from 12 to 2. Don't miss it!

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Posted by Muneeza Realty Group on 11/25/2017

Here’s some bad news: You’re probably not cleaning the windows in your home nearly enough. The good news is that cleaning the windows in your home is actually quite simple, once you know what to do. You don’t want the view of the world from your home to be covered in grime. You also don’t want the dirt on your windows to make your home appear less-than-pleasant from the outside. There’s no real rule as to when you need to clean your windows. Ideally, if you live in the city, you’ll want to clean the windows about once a month. If you live outside the city, you can get away with cleaning them less often. The pollution of the city causes dirt and dust to build up a lot more quickly on residential windows.


Clean On A Cloudy Day


It doesn’t sound like very much fun to spend a sunny day washing your windows. Really, the best time to clean windows is actually on a cloudy day. The sunlight hinders your ability to clean the windows well. The absence of bright sunlight helps to minimize streaking and spots. 


Wash The Screens And Glass Inside And Out


The way you wash your windows will depend on what type of windows you have. More modern windows flip open for easier access to clean the unit both inside and out. Older windows could require you to get out a ladder to clean the top windows. Use caution and proper ladder safety techniques for a safe cleaning experience. Cleaning the glass panes on some windows may prove to be difficult. Remove whatever parts of the window you can so that they can be thoroughly washed. Standard glass cleaner should work well on the windows themselves. You may want to take especially dirty window panes and screens outside to clean. For a streak-free clean, you’ll want to use newspaper, coffee filters, or a squeegee to help the cleaning process go more smoothly. 


Vacuum First


Before you even begin cleaning your windows, you’ll want to pull out your vacuum cleaner. This can help to get up a lot of the dust, dirt, and pollen out of the interior of the windows. This is an especially helpful tip to fight the symptoms of allergy season. After you vacuum, be sure that you hose down the exterior of your windows. Just remember to close the windows first!


While cleaning your windows may not exactly be a fun activity, by following these tips, the job will be a bit less painful!




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Posted by Muneeza Realty Group on 11/18/2017

When pests come into your home, there’s no creepier feeling that you may have as a homeowner. You may turn to your house insurance for assistance if the problem gets really bad. Let’s say that termites have taken over your home and gotten into your walls or foundation. Maybe mice have gotten into the walls of your home, or a squirrel has caused some major issues in the attic. Whatever the problem is, you want to remedy it quickly. It might be an expensive fix no matter what, but it has to be remedied for you to continue to live comfortably in your home. 


The Truth About Homeowners Insurance


Unfortunately, homeowners insurance doesn't cover pest infestations. It doesn’t matter if the termites have literally eaten you out of house and home, the insurance companies consider pests to be an avoidable problem. Even though you may wonder how bugs can be considered “avoidable,” it’s simple. The insurance company believes that regular maintenance and checking of your property can help to prevent bug infestations. This is why it’s so important to take care of your property and not neglect it. 


Collateral Damage


There are a few exceptions to the rule. If your ceiling caves in and it was caused by some of the pest damage, your insurance may cover the cost of the repairs to the ceiling. They may not cover the materials that are needed to repair the ceiling itself. Insurance claims can be tricky, so you’ll need to ask a lot of questions if these problems do occur for you.


What Homeowners Insurance Covers


There’s nothing more frustrating than paying an insurance premium to find out that it doesn’t actually cover anything that you need at a certain point and time. As a general rule, homeowners insurance policies cover things that are considered accidental. This would include natural disasters like hurricanes, hailstorms, or high winds. If a tree falls on your home due to a windstorm, there was really no way of preventing that from happening. Your insurance would cover this. Damage that happens over an extended period, like that of a pest infestation or an aging home generally is not covered by house insurance. 


Separate Policies


Some insurance companies do offer separate policies to cover damage from certain types of pests like termites. There are several varieties of insects that cause damage to wood structures, so these policies may be more general stating that they provide “wood destroying insect” coverage. If you live in an area that’s prone to termites, there’s a few options available to you including something called “termite bonds.”


Your best course of action as a homeowner is prevention. Keep up with regular maintenance around your home and inspect your home regularly for any problems that you may find.




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Posted by Muneeza Realty Group on 11/17/2017

Walk to Town, Harbor and Bus~SET ON A QUIET PRIVATE ROAD~HAS SO MANY UPGRADES, Updated KITCHEN and WINDOWS~PRIVACY DECK~ ALL LARGE ROOMS~FIREPLACED LIVING ROOM~~located walking distance to Historic Plymouth Center/Waterfront, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, Gourmet kitchen with granite counters, butcher block center island, high end appliances, 4" red oak floors on first floor, living room w/ built ins, 1st fl laundry w/slate floors, cath. ceil master suite w/private full bath and walk-in closet, basement with various possib., 1 car garage plus 4 car parking in the driveway, windows replaced in 2004, town water/sewer. All of this and a nice big yard (Exclusive use of front, side and back yard)make this your home by the Holidays ! Motivated Seller! First Open House this Sunday 11/19th from 11 am to 1pm .

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