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



390 Marshall St, Paxton, MA 01612

Single-Family

$444,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Meticulously maintained Colonial nestled on a corner lot in Paxton. You will appreciate the high end finishes including crown moldings, mudroom, custom cabinetry and Granite counters. The over-sized eat in kitchen is the heart of the home. Recently renovated loaded w/ beautiful cabinets, stainless steel appliances,pantry, large center island plus a dining area. Large brick wood burning fire place in the family room loaded with charm that leads to back yard patio complete with Coy Pond, waterfall and fire pit just step's away from the in-ground heated fenced in pool. A formal dining-room and living room complete the first floor.The master bedroom has an en-suite bath, jetted tub w/ separate tilled shower & balcony. There are 3 additional bedrooms to round out the 2nd floor. There is a Hugh finished office,den or playroom above the garage, w/floor to ceiling custom window for the sun to stream in . To many upgrades to list. You will never want to leave this beautiful Home
Open House
Sunday
August 18 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Open House Sunday 11-1 PM 390 Marshall Street in Paxton, Fantastic home for family and friends to gather! Heated in-ground pool, patio area with fire-pit, waterfall and Coy pond. Beautifully landscaped yard. 4 bedrooms ,2.5 baths updated kitchen plus Bonus Room above Garage! I look forward to seeing you there!
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683 Old Greenwich Plains Rd, Hardwick, MA 01082

Single-Family

$249,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
New Price Reduction! Motivated Seller. Situated 1.38 is the home and 25.44 acres in Chapter 61 Forest. Located in a desirable area of Hardwick just a short distance to the Quabbin Fishing area and the Hardwick Winery, this property backs the Quabbin!! There is a lovely 3 Season Room with access to the interior of the home and access to a large wrap around deck. The first floor has a spacious living room with a Wood Burning Fireplace ,eat in Kitchen with slider to the deck, dinning room bath and a first floor laundry . 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms and a full bath. The basement has a workshop area a walkout 2 car garage under. There is a Beckett oil Burner or Wood Furnace for Heat! Brand New Septic System just installed! If you are looking for privacy this is the property. Do you love Bird watching, peace and quiet and natural surroundings? If this sounds like a place you would like to call home , Call me for a tour today. This home has much to offer the right Buyer.
Open House
Friday
August 16 at 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Friday Open House 5:30 -7 PM New Price Reduction! Motivated Seller. Situated 1.38 is the home and 25.44 acres in Chapter 61 Forest. Located in a desirable area of Hardwick just a short distance to the Quabbin Fishing area and the Hardwick Winery, this property backs the Quabbin!! # bedrooms, 1.5 Baths, 2 car garage , sunroom and wrap around deck! Brand New Septic System!!
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Location: 683 Old Greenwich Plains Rd, Hardwick, MA 01082    Get Directions

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683 Old Greenwich Plains Rd, Hardwick, MA 01082

Single-Family

$249,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Colonial Home with 6 rooms, 3 Bedrooms and 2 Full Baths situated 1.38 is the home and 25.44 acres in Chapter 61 Forest. Located in a desirable area of Hardwick just a short distance to the Quabbin Fishing area and the Hardwick Winery backs the Quabbin!! There is a lovely 3 Season Room with access to the interior of the home and access to a large wrap around deck. The first floor has a spacious living room with a Wood Burning Fireplace ,eat in Kitchen with slider to the deck, dinning room bath and a first floor laundry . 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms and a full bath. The basement has a workshop area a walkout 2 car garage under. There is a Beckett oil Burner or Wood Furnace for Heat! This home has much to offer the right Buyer.
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This Multi-Family in Hardwick, MA recently sold for $130,000. This style home was sold by Dorrinda O'Keefe-Shea - Century 21 NS Group.


425-431 Main St, Hardwick, MA 01031

Multi-Family

$179,900
Price
$130,000
Sale Price

4
Units
4,930
Approx. GLA
Investors take notice! Multi Family, Estate being sold AS IS! Come take a look at this huge multi family - 4 unit side by side. 3 bedrooms each unit. On Rt 32, minutes from RT 9 , short commute to Worcester or Springfield. Across from Rose 32 Bakery, Lost Town Brewery and walking distance to the Whistle Stop Restaurant in Hardwick. Located in Gilbertville a village of Hardwick this unit is in the Quabbin school district. This is a money maker all day long for the right person. Call today for a showing because units like this do not come along everyday!




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