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382 South Street, Needham, MA 02492

Single-Family

$2,550,000
Price

10
Rooms
6
Beds
6/2
Full/Half Baths
NEW HOME re-priced and a great offering! Custom design colonial with amazing detail. A stylish open concept with 10 foot ceilings. Rich details: fieldstone pillars as you pull in the drive, stone trim of the house and front stairs. A large welcoming foyer opens to the living room with gas fireplace and formal dining room. A first floor bedroom with full bath is an ideal guest suite, first floor office, or den. The kitchen, with large granite island, is loaded with cabinets and opens to a large and comfortable family room with gas fireplace. Step to a covered rear porch patio and private level back yard. The luxurious master suite will be your private sanctuary with his and her walk-in-closets, spacious bath, and an 8 foot french door that opens to a private deck with sweeping views of this estate property.
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February 25 at 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
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965 Greendale Ave, Needham, MA 02492

Single-Family

$1,199,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
New Construction: open and spacious 4 bedroom 3 ½ baths set on a large lot in popular Broadmeadow School area. An architecturally designed attached home with 3,140 sq. ft. - 4 bedroom 3 1/2 bath home near school and Train to Boston. The best of both worlds here: enjoy the size and landscape of a new single family home plus the carefree lifestyle of leaving the chores of outside maintenance behind. Open concept design with large custom kitchen island and large open family room with gas fireplace. The first floor offers a bedroom with private bath. The lower level finished space is above grade and perfect for home office, gym or playroom.
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February 25 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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965 Greendale Ave, Needham, MA 02492

Condo

$1,199,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
New Construction: open and spacious 4 bedroom 3 ½ baths set on a large lot in popular Broadmeadow School area. An architecturally designed with 3,140 sq. ft. - 4 bedroom 3 1/2 bath home near school and Train to Boston. The best of both worlds here: enjoy the size and landscape of a new single family home plus the carefree lifestyle of leaving the chores of outside maintenance behind. Open concept design with large custom kitchen island and large open family room with gas fireplace. The first floor offers a bedroom with private bath. The lower level finished space is above grade and perfect for home office, gym or playroom.
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Sunday
February 25 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 965 Greendale Ave, Needham, MA 02492    Get Directions

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If you want to own a home, it may be a good idea to enter the housing market sooner rather than later. That way, you can go from homebuyer to homeowner in no time at all.

Ultimately, there are three steps to buy a home:

1. Conduct an Extensive Home Search

The home search, aka "the fun part" of the homebuying journey, enables you to select a residence that matches or exceeds your expectations.

During a home search, you'll want to attend open houses and home showings. These events will allow you to take an up-close look at a variety of residences.

Of course, don't forget to check out many home listings as well. These listings offer lots of details about a home and can help you differentiate an ordinary residence from your "dream" house.

You also may want to get pre-approved for a mortgage before you kick off your home search. If you receive pre-approval for a mortgage, you can enter the real estate market with a budget in hand and narrow your home search accordingly.

2. Submit an Offer

If you find a house that you want to own, there is no need to wait to submit an offer. Because the longer that you hesitate to make a proposal, the more likely it becomes that a rival homebuyer will swoop in and acquire your dream house.

Prior to submitting a home offer, it often helps to conduct plenty of housing market research. Look at the prices of recently sold houses that are comparable to the residence that you'd like to buy. Then, you can put together a competitive offer that accounts for a house's condition as well as the current state of the housing market.

It is important to note that a seller has the right to accept, reject or counter your home offer. But if you submit a competitive initial offer on a house, you can increase the likelihood of an instant "Yes."

3. Finalize Your Purchase

After a home seller accepts your offer, it may be only a few weeks until you finalize your home purchase. At this time, you'll want to conduct a home inspection to identify any potential problem areas and address such issues as soon as possible.

When it comes to buying a home, there is no need to forgo a home inspection. If you fail to complete an inspection, you risk buying a house that has underlying issues that you may need to mitigate down the line.

In the weeks leading up to closing day, you will want to have a trusted real estate advisor at your disposal. Fortunately, real estate agents are available who can help you discover a great home and streamline the process of getting to closing day.

A real estate agent is happy to keep you up to date throughout the homebuying cycle. And if you ever have homebuying concerns or questions, this housing market professional is happy to address them.

Purchase your perfect home – use the aforementioned steps, and you can make your homeownership dreams come true.


At times, trying to organize and declutter seems like a never ending task. You may have made attempts to declutter without many results. The truth is that with a plan, even the most disorganized among us can get on track to organization and freedom from clutter. Follow some of the tips below to get your home in order. 


Have A Goal


If your organizational attempts never seem to go anywhere, you may just need a goal. The idea is to pick one area and complete it. Organizing a little here and there won’t make any kind of a dent in your organizational needs. It will also look like you haven’t done anything to improve your mess. Work on one room, one area at a time and you’ll be on your way.


Utilize All Of Your Shelves


Many times the bottom or the top shelf of a closet or utility unit ends up getting unused. The problem could be that the shelves are so tall that no one can reach them and they go unused. You can fix this problem by simply moving the shelving or placing rarely used items up there that can be accessed by a step ladder.


You Have Too Much Stuff And Nowhere To Put It


Rather than buy a bigger house, you might want to go through your stuff. Between you and your children, you’re bound to have quite a few items that can be either sold or donated to a good cause. Consider setting up a donation pile in your house, where family members can put items that they no longer need or use. As an extra tip, don’t let the items that are for donation sit there. When the bin is full, put it in your car and head off to the donation center.  



You Have A Lot Of Little Things With Nowhere To Place Them


This is a problem that can be solved by the right containers. If you can find a container that’s best suited for what you need to store, it will be much easier to find and access these items.  


Things Have Sentimental Value


It’s nice to have a few things that you cherish and bring back good memories, but sentimental value items can really get out of hand. If you think of when you last looked at something or how much memory an item truly holds for you, it can be easy to get rid of a lot of things when you put your mind to it. You can ask a friend to help you go through things. An outsider can advise you on what to save and what you should get rid of.


Your Refrigerator Is Gross


If you’re finding a lot of spoiled food and moldy leftovers in your fridge, don’t fret. Just develop a clean out schedule to help you get rid of any food that is past its prime. Make it a point to have a designated day of the week to clean out all of your leftovers and expired food to keep the clutter that can spoil at bay.




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