Kathy Portway - SUCCESS! Real Estate



Posted by Kathy Portway on 12/1/2017

This Single-Family in Norton, MA recently sold for $515,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Kathy Portway - SUCCESS! Real Estate.


5 Carpenter Road, Norton, MA 02766

Single-Family

$495,000
Price
$515,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Christina Estates, one of Norton's desirable neighborhoods, boasts this one of a kind custom built Colonial style home. "Grand" is what you would call the main entrance with gleaming hardwood floors, built ins, and a stunning staircase. Step down into bright and open family room. A beautifully designed kitchen complete with plenty of custom cabinets and granite counter tops. French doors lead to a formal living room. Dining room is perfect for entertaining. Spacious Master Bedroom with large walk in closet. Lovely, manicured and PRIVATE, fenced in, back yard with great size deck. Gas heat, central air, mud room, shed and a two car garage just add to this home. This home is conveniently located providing a perfect balance to family life and commuting to highways, schools and shopping. From the outside in, you will fall in love!

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Posted by Kathy Portway on 11/28/2017

This Single-Family in Norton, MA recently sold for $370,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by Kathy Portway - SUCCESS! Real Estate.


20 Kilsyth Road, Norton, MA 02766

Single-Family

$369,900
Price
$370,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Pride of ownership shows throughout this STUNNING 3 bedroom Raised Ranch style home that sets itself far above the rest! Open the front door and you will find a spacious eat in kitchen with an abundance of cabinetry, new stainless steel appliances, tile flooring and a lovely back splash. Dining room is complete with hardwood flooring, beautiful picture window and a wood burning fire place. " Don't need a dining room you could easily convert back into a living room." Lots off picturesque windows, warm paint colors and gleaming hardwood floors make this home feel warm and inviting. Beautiful family room addition is perfect for entertaining family and friends. Furnace, central air, roof, hot water heater, windows and interior doors all have been updated. One car garage is great for those cold winter nights. Great outdoor area with large deck overlooking manicured yard. Town water and town sewer. This home is conveniently located to shopping, major routes and Mansfield train.

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Posted by Kathy Portway on 11/18/2017


581 Hodges Street, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$394,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Here's your chance for city living in a suburban setting. NEW construction has begun on this Raised Ranch style home. This 3 bedroom, 2 full baths is going to be a BEAUTY! The open and spacious living room will have cathedral ceilings and a fireplace for those cold winter nights. Kitchen will be completed with plenty of cabinetry, granite counters and an island. Master bedroom with walk in closet and its own bath. Propane gas heat, central air, tankless water heater, vinyl siding and a two car garage just add to this new home. Located close to the Norton line with a city zip code but a country feel. Call today.
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Posted by Kathy Portway on 10/26/2017

This Condo in Attleboro, MA recently sold for $189,900. This Townhouse style home was sold by Kathy Portway - SUCCESS! Real Estate.


39 Harding Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703

Condo

$189,900
Price
$189,900
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Just on the market, this STUNNING town-home located in desirable Oak Meadows NEEDS NOTHING. Step through to an open living room and find lovely hardwood flooring, warm paint colors, and a dining area. Tiled, Galley style kitchen comes complete with white painted cabinetry, granite counter tops, newer stainless steel appliances, and a pantry. Both bathrooms have been tastefully updated. Second floor bath includes double sink vanity and laundry for your convenience. Spacious Master bedroom has plenty of closet space. Economical gas heat and central air are bonuses. Quaint outdoor deck opens to expansive shared, fenced, back yard. Commuters dream- minutes to train station, major highways, stores, and restaurants. Call today for your chance to see it.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Kathy Portway on 10/23/2017

Living in an area that receives lots of tourist traffic offers rewards and challenges. Depending on your personality and lifestyle, buying or renting a home in a location that attracts thousands of tourists a day might be perfect. These lists of rewards and challenges could save you time, money and frustration. They can also help to prepare you for life in a city that, like a magnet, pulls in scores of people from around the country or world each day.

Rewards

  • Entertainment, arts, cultural and educational events abound in these cities. Many high profile events take place within several blocks, making it easy for you to take part in the events without having to travel far.
  • People from diverse backgrounds visit and live in a major metropolis. It’s a great way to interact with people from all over the world.
  • Food is as rich and diverse as are the people who live in the area. Whether you’re a vegan, vegetarian or meat eater, you’ll find something that pleases your appetite. Highly respected chefs often operate or prepare meals at restaurants in these fast-paced cities. When you dine, you could be feasting on a meal prepared by one of the world’s top chefs.
  • Professional sports teams make their home in the busiest towns. If you live in a city like Boston, New York or Miami, you’ll have a pick of professional sports teams that you can root for.
  • Finding an excellent college or university to attend should be easy. Schools in major cities are among the top in the nation.In addition to attracting talented students from around the country, these postsecondary schools attract some of the sharpest students in the world.
  • Thriving business districts are located in popular cities, giving you more opportunities to land a job that aligns with your passions.

Challenges

  • When you go downtown, you’ll have to move in and out of crowds. Buy or rent a house in a city like Orlando, Honolulu or New York and, during peak tourist seasons, you may find yourself weaving in and out of people just to walk down sidewalks.
  • Parking is not cheap. Expect to spend money each time you drive into town and need to park. That or opt to take public transportation when you visit high traffic spots in the city.
  • You won’t see a lot of trees and grass in the busiest parts of town. If you’re a nature lover, you may prefer buying a house 30 minutes or more away from the heart of the city.
  • Homes in popular cities are pricey. Apartment rents are higher in popular cities too. Work with an area savvy real estate agent to find the best housing options.

Buy or rent a house in a tranquil part of town and you might not feel like you’re living in a town that operates at high octane levels. You might not feel like the streets of the town that you live in are brewing with millions of people, locals and tourists. What you will have is the option to withdrawal from crowds or go into bustling, thriving places like shopping, arts, sports and cultural communities within minutes. That alone is a rare option that smaller, less talked about cities generally cannot offer.




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