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



38 East Brookfield Road, North Brookfield, MA 01535

Single-Family

$339,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
North Brookfield Antique Home lovingly restored w/ endless possibilities. This property is Commercial Zoned,12 Stall Barn & Artist Studio . There is a beautifully cleared field, wooded area plus an extra building lot is possible. Commercial zoning lends this property to many opportunities for the new owner, live in the home , use the studio apartment as an income apartment, in-law or Master Suite! The Studio is attached to the Barn & has been rented in the past to a stone cutter as a studio. This would make a fantastic shop for a potter or sculptor. The main house has 4 fireplaces, pine floors, plus a wonderful antique Chestnut barn for a business, storage,or animals.New Barn Roof. 100 + year old trees of willow, chestnut & pine provide a protective canopy over the home & barn.This property has possibility for both residential & business use. Make this property work for you, if you have ever dreamed of owning an Antique home & running your own Business from home this is the ONE!
Open House
Sunday
February 16 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Open House Sunday February 16th from 11:30 to 1 Pm North Brookfield Antique Home lovingly restored w/ endless possibilities. This property is Commercial Zoned,12 Stall Barn & Artist Studio . There is a beautifully cleared field, wooded area plus an extra building lot is possible. Commercial zoning lends this property to many opportunities for the new owner, live in the home , use the studio apartment as an income apartment, in-law or Master Suite! The Studio is attached to the Barn & has been
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60 Pulaski St, Ware, MA 01082

Multi-Family

$180,000
Price

3
Units
2,652
Approx. GLA
Investor or Owner Occupied! This 3 unit property has so much potential . Live in one unit and rent the other 2! The Loft unit is unfinished and needs a complete remodel. Start collecting rent from the other 2 units or from one unit while living in one and remodeling the loft. A great mortgage helper. Walking distance to Baystate Mary Lane, Main Street shops and restaurants. Plenty of off street parking. 2 Units already completely refurbished. Quick access to all major Routes and less than 15 minutes to the Mass Pike. This is a great investment property if you are looking for a money maker! Call me today for a showing.
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60-62 Pleasant St, Ware, MA 01082

Multi-Family

$180,000
Price

2
Units
1,623
Approx. GLA
Two Family walking distance to Restaurants & shopping. Quick access to all Major Routes. Let this 2 family be a mortgage helper or investment! 9 rooms, 2 bedrooms each unit. 2 Car detached garage. This is Move In Condition and would make a great owner occupied!
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If you’re a dog lover, you’re probably going to want to move into a community that caters to your love of animals. As you cruise different communities to find just the right place to live, there are a few things that you should be on the lookout for if you want your pooch to feel at home as well. 


You See A Lot Of Dogs Around


This may seem obvious, but it’s something to be aware of on your home search. If you see a lot of dogs, you know that the people in your neighborhood are supportive of dogs. If there doesn’t seem to be too many four-legged friends running around, then maybe the community won’t be as receptive to your own pet. You would hate to move into a home, only to find out that your neighbors really don’t like dogs. This could be a sign of future problems in the neighborhood.


You See Dogs At The Parks Nearby


If you are riding around a community, exploring, and see plenty of dogs at the park, or even better, a dog park, you’ll know that you have chosen a good place to live. This shows that dogs are welcome in the area. If there’s a playground nearby, but many “no dogs allowed” signs, you could be in a place where dogs aren’t welcome many places. You want to feel that your dog is welcome especially in outdoor spaces. 


There Are Facilities For Dogs Nearby


If you can easily find a groomer, a vet, and a pet supply store nearby, you know that you’re in a good place for your dog. You can see that there’s a community surrounding you that cares about animals. These types of facilities allow you to keep your pet healthy, clean, and happy. You may even have easier access to other important things for you and your dogs like pet sitters, dog walkers, and more. 


You Can Find Plenty Of Walking Paths


If you love to walk, you’ll probably be looking for this feature in a neighborhood anyways, but walking paths are a good sign that dogs are welcome in a place. You need sidewalks, places without a lot of traffic, and perhaps some trails to help keep your dog active and healthy. Dogs will also love exploring new places often to keep their keen senses in check. 


Look At Local Establishments


If you stop into local coffee shops or restaurants and see dogs there, you definitely know for sure that you have chosen a great community for dog lovers. This is a sign that dogs are a part of everyday life, accepted, welcome, and almost required! Pets are a part of the family in a community like this. Your new home will not only be great for you but for your beloved pet as well.




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