Lovely Eastside colonial with great floor plan on private level lot! Chefs kitchen offers  high end Thermador appliances, island and breakfast nook overlooking rear yard with spacious deck. Formal LR/ DR plus fireplaced family room and laundry/ half bath complete the first floor. Front to back master with walk in closet and bathroom with full tub, plus 3 additional BRs and another full bath complete the second floor. Lower level offers walk out and natural daylight Windows for future expandable living space. 2 car garage under with direct access too. Easy commuter location in terrific area ! Updates include a new furnace ! Wonderful property to call ” home”!

This is a Colonial style home and features 8 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 0.62 Acres, and is currently available for $475,000.

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Keeping your home in good repair will not only save you money in the long run, it will make life easier when and if the time comes to sell it. A few easy fixes will take a very little time and, if you get to them earlier than later, you will feel more at ease.
For instance, cleaning or replacing filters on furnaces and air conditioners on a regular basis will make for a healthier environment and can save on costly repair calls. It is suggested that you change or clean your filters every one to three months to save wear and tear on your heating or cooling system. Read the manual if you are not sure what size filter you need and how to remove it.
Peeling paint on walls, decks, or on the outside of your home is not only unsightly; it can cause weather damage. Regularly inspecting and patching up these areas is a good idea to keep the inside and outside of your living space in good condition. Damage to outside siding or decking could result in having to replace the wood, which certainly will become more expensive if you neglect to take care of the problem early on. It could be as easy as a coat of good paint. Go to a reputable paint shop and ask them the right paint to use.
Want to keep your heating bills down? One way is to make sure the windows are properly caulked and sealed. Deteriorating caulking around the windows and doors can lead to cold or hot air coming into the home and can lead to water damage and mold, also. It’s a quick and easy fix to use a caulking gun to seal up those cracks before it’s too late, or too cold, for that matter.
Don’t ignore these warning signs. Your house is telling you something. Chances are, you keep your car in good condition: changing the oil, rotating the tires, getting regular tune-ups and the like.
This keeps your auto in good shape, and when you go to trade it in, you will get a better price. Think about doing the same for your house. It’s not really that much work; it’s the timeliness that matters.

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