Dorrinda O’Keefe-Shea - CENTURY 21 Toomey-Lovett, Inc Centurian 2012 Top Producer Diamond Award

This Multi-Family in Ware, MA recently sold for $125,000. This style home was sold by Dorrinda O'Keefe-Shea - Century 21 NS Group.

27 Walnut St, Ware, MA 01082


Sale Price

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Check out this 3 Family! Centrally located. Close to shopping, dining , major highways and 15 minutes to Mass Pike. This property would be great for owner occupied property. 2nd floor has 2 bedrooms and top unit has 1 bedroom. New large Bay Window 1st floor unit, roof 2008 . Off street parking. This property will go quickly, don't miss this one.....

110 South St, Ware, MA 01082



Approx. GLA
Well Maintained 2 Family! Conveniently Located for Shopping, Banking, Dining & Commuting! The 1st Floor Features Hardwoods,French Doors spacious rooms and first floor laundry! Kitchen w/ ceiling fan , Lg Dining Room, Living Room, 2 Bedrooms, Bath Room w/Tub/Shower w/ Tile floor! The 2nd Floor Apartment is Appointed better then the First! Kitchen , Ceiling Fan, ! Living Room with hardwood floors throughout! 3 Bedrooms! Living Room and Den Pull down for full attic access! Off Street Parking! Front siding , deck (trex) wrap around porch for tenants enjoyment, large yard! Each unit has Separate Oil Furnaces! Circuit Breakers and Laundry Hook-ups! Ideal Set Up for In-Law or Owner Occupier and a Mortgage Helper! Stop Looking and Start Packing!
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Apart from the door to your home, one door that continually opens and closes is the access to your refrigerator. The kids open it, your friends open it, everyone always wants something from the fridge. The refrigerator is one of the most useful appliances in the kitchen. It helps in preserving both raw and cooked food, storing drinks and condiments. Its functions make it essential for it to be clean to reduce the risk of food poisoning. Apart from health reasons, dirt most times makes household appliances get old and faulty.

Disinfecting Your Refrigerator Safely

Take out Everything

  1. Unplug the refrigerator
  2. Take out Everything
  3. Take out any removable parts of the fridge such as shelves, drawers, and bins.
  4. Dispose of fruits, vegetable, food or drink that are moldy or expired.
  5. Dispose of meats that have unpleasant smell or freezer burn

Wash the freezer thoroughly

  1. Soak parts in a basin of warm water with your regularly dish-washing soap for some minutes.
  2. Scrub the parts clean with a sponge.
  3. Dry up parts properly with a clean cloth before putting them back into the refrigerator in case of excess water.
  4. Scrub off the stains from the walls of refrigerator and freezer.
  5. For tough stains, apply a bit of baking soda with some water to produce a mixture of a thick paste. Then use it on the stain and allow to sit in for an hour before wiping it out with damp cloth or sponge.

Don't Forget the Outside

Use a multipurpose spray and microfiber cloth to wipe the handles and the outer surface of the refrigerator. If the outer surface of your fridge is stainless, it's best you use a stainless-steel polish rather than a multipurpose spray to prevent smudges.

Put your food items back in

Put back food into the refrigerator and clean jars or bottles before putting them in. Double-check the expiration date on any item before keeping them back.

Disinfecting your refrigerator doesn't look hard, after all, you can do this in less than 20 minutes. It is crucial and hygienic to do a complete clean-up at least once a month to prevent stale and unpleasant odor. Out of your busy day to day schedule, it's necessary you create a monthly time table for disinfecting your refrigerator and make sure you stick to it. Stay clean, stay healthy and always remember health is wealth.

74 Sibley Rd, New Braintree, MA 01531



Single Family home ideally located in a rural and quiet setting. The home sits on a beautiful lot with outdoor space and scenic views. Applicants are subject to credit, reference, and income verification. Tenant is responsible for all utilities. Main Level has 3 bedrooms & 2 full baths, one is a master bath. Downstairs is a large family room and additional bedroom. All rooms have wood laminate flooring, including basement. Rooms& Ceilings have all been freshly painted. Heat is forced hot air, oil furnace with central air. Wood Stove in basement, insurance approved. If someone wants a pellet stove that is acceptable, however they would have to purchase stove. NO PETS NO SMOKING. Available October 1st.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

When you’re buying a home, it’s important to offer a good price to be able to land the property of your dreams. You also don’t want to overpay for the house you’re buying. If you want to know for sure that you’re paying a good price for a home, you’re going to need to do some price comparisons. Take a look at recently sold homes in your neighborhood of choice and see what the going rate is. If all of the homes are similar in the area, it will be easy to find out how much the home you’re buying is worth. There are a few ways that you can do comparisons to make it easier for you to determine the right price for the home you want to buy. 

Take A Look At The Neighborhood

There are certain features that attract nearly everyone to certain neighborhoods. From the safety and friendliness of an area to the schools that are nearby, to the stores, and public transportation access, people are attracted to what makes their lives easier and more enjoyable. The bottom line is the more desirable the neighborhood, the higher the price of the homes in it. 

Check Out Public Records

With the Internet, it’s pretty easy to access public records these days. You can take a look at what properties have been bought and sold for in recent times int the area of the homes that you’re looking at. You can even take a peek at some historic information to help you see if the area is up-and-coming.

Is The Neighborhood Going To Become Trendy?

Sometimes, you can find a great property for less in a neighborhood that hasn’t quite reached it’s full potential yet. If there’s a slot of new construction going on, that’s a good sign that the neighborhood is moving on up! Especially attractive features in a neighborhood are new schools, new shopping centers, or new parks.                

There Is A Tipping Point To Growth

If it seems that a neighborhood is growing a bit too much, it may actually decrease the value of your home. Huge commercial developments can actually be detrimental to the value of a property. Where there’s a lot of people, there’s also a lot of noise and traffic. That’s usually not a desirable factor in a neighborhood.    

Meet In The Middle

When you’re looking at the price of properties, the best bet is to meet somewhere in the middle for what is reasonable. While you don’t want to buy the highest priced home in the neighborhood, you probably don’t want to lowest price for that neighborhood either. Working with a more average number is a good option because your home helps any home lower priced than yours, while any higher priced homes help to increase the value of your home. It’s a win-win situation when you choose a property based on price and keep this strategy in mind.