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



28-30 Bridge St, Hardwick, MA 01031

Multi-Family

$65,000
Price

3
Units
3,099
Approx. GLA
Investors Take Note! Fantastic opportunity in Gilbertville village of Hardwick. Town has property listed a 2 family , however it has 3 units that already done as apartments, 2 as four bedrooms one as one bedroom. Town water and sewer for 2 apartments are connected. Electric heat and Kerosene high efficiency unit in one apartment. One unit is not heated. This property needs sweat equity and will be a real money maker!! If you have the time and energy this property has great bones and will be worth the investment. Would be a great owner occupied. It is being Sold "AS IS" . This will not last long it is priced to sell. Call today before it is gone.
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1194 Thorndike St, Palmer, MA 01069

Single-Family

$159,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Palmer, 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home recently renovated. New kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, bathroom's updated and al rooms freshly painted. Zoned Business Highway! This home has plenty of parking for someone looking to run a business from their home. With the many new attractions coming to the area this would be a great Bed and Breakfast! There is a large heated four season room that would be a nice family or gathering room. One side abuts the State Highway Route 32 and the back of the property abuts the MA Pike so it has great access for commuters or travelers! Furnace is under 2 years old, roof is less than 10 years old. Ready for immediate occupancy. Call me today for a showing at this price it will not last long.
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As inconvenient as it may be for our personal lives, most of our careers will be impacted by where we live geographically. Some industries thrive in bustling cities, where others require the resources of deeply rural areas.

Geography isn’t the only factor that determines where the jobs are. However, it can give you a leg up in finding a job or changing jobs if you look for a home in a region that has a thriving job market in your industry.

In this article, we’re going to cover some of the main industries in the United States--industries in which many of us work--and talk about which parts of the country have a lot of jobs in those industries.

So, whether you’re just starting off in your career or looking for a change of scenery, read on for the best places to live for your industry.

Health care

Health care is needed universally. And if you’re in the industry, whether as an administrator, a nurse, or one of the other hundreds of health-related careers, the good news is that it is typically the fastest growing industry in the country.

That being said, some parts of the country favor the health science careers disproportionately. The states of Massachusetts, California, Florida, and Illinois are the four leading places in the country for jobs in healthcare.

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)

The STEM fields make up some of the highest paid and most in-demand careers in the country. They tend to be located around urban hubs. However, it isn’t just Silicon Valley that needs great workers in STEM.

First, we’ll state the obvious. San Jose, Santa Clara, and San Francisco are all bursting with high-paying jobs in the technology industries. With companies like Google, Apple, Adobe, and HP, it’s obvious why this region is known are the heart of the technological world.

However, cost of living in this area is quite high, and there are other regions with a flourishing workforce in STEM. Huntsville, Alabama has low rent prices and is home to several large tech companies like IBM and Lockheed Martin. Boulder, Colorado is another area with a quickly growing tech industry, low unemployment (2.7%), and high salary ($91,000).

Manufacturing

Manufacturing jobs have been at the forefront of conversation for years. In spite of many blue collar careers being outsourced overseas, there still remains a thriving manufacturing workforce in the following areas.

North Carolina is ranked number one in manufacturing in the United States. With plants for IBM, Goodyear, and Lenovo, there is a variety of industries that look to North Carolina for manufacturing their products.

Texas has been attracting young workers for their growing number of tech giants and reasonable cost of living. Companies like Lockheed Martin Aeronautics and  ExxonMobil make it a good place for machinists and manufacturers to live.  

Michigan and the Great Lakes cities are often thought of as being where all the manufacturing jobs fled from. However, there are still a number of large companies who are flourishing in the region. In Michigan alone resides General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, and the Dow Chemical Company.


So, if you work in one of these key industries and are on the lookout for a new place to start or continue your career, keep these cities and states in mind.



This Single-Family in Warren, MA recently sold for $325,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by Dorrinda O'Keefe-Shea - Century 21 NS Group.


326 Little Rest Rd, Warren, MA 01010

Single-Family

$349,900
Price
$325,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/2
Full/Half Baths
Warren Post & Beam with Open floor plan & impressive 78 ft wrap around deck, 3 season room & impressive scenic views. Walk in from the back covered deck to an open floor plan w/ cathedral ceilings & a massive field stone fireplace in the living room & get ready to be impressed! The Master Suite is off to one side complete with Master Bath. Walk out of the Master Suite to a 3 season-room to relax or dine with the scenic views in front of you. There are two other bedrooms that share a bath on the other side of the home. The large kitchen has stainless steel appliances & granite counter tops, separate dining area & open floor plan to the living room all with access to the wrap around deck complete with bar area to enjoy meals w/a view. 1 st floor laundry for added convenience. The walk out basement has an additional 2000 sf of space. Did I mention this home has Central Air & it's own putting green! Just 15 Minutes to the Mass Pike for all this luxury living in a country setting.




This Single-Family in West Brookfield, MA recently sold for $325,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Dorrinda O'Keefe-Shea - Century 21 NS Group.


55 E Main St, West Brookfield, MA 01585

Single-Family

$325,000
Price
$325,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Impressive 3 bedroom Colonial located on historic West Brookfield Common. From the moment you walk in the front door you know you are in a truly special home. Nine foot ceilings, crown molding, recessed lighting, hardwood floors, spacious rooms, customs built-ins & list goes on. Maple kitchen cabinets w/ upgraded appliances, an area to use as a family room or dining area , you choice. First floor bedroom , bath & laundry for your convenience. The front room is both spacious & impressive, with crown molding, gas fireplace & a full wall of custom built-in cabinets. Current owners are using this room as a formal dining area. 2nd floor has a massive master bedroom w/ cathedral ceilings, sitting area, master bath w/ separated shower ,jetted tub & full walk-in closet. Hall has another full laundry for added convenience & another full bath & bedroom. The back yard is full fenced in for privacy w/ a lovely paved patio area. New 2 car garage w/ finished 2nd floor could be an office.

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