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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/26/2018


11 Red River Road , Harwich, MA 02645

Harwich (village)

Single-Family

$444,000
Price

5
Total Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Located on a quite street around the corner from Red River Beach in South Harwich. The home has a new kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances that overlook the wood burning fireplaced Living Room. A door off the Kitchen leads to a large deck with a view an plenty of privacy. Gleaming Hardwood floors throughout. A full bath with new fixtures and tile floor. A 2 car garage is attached to the home.Other noteable upgrades include windows, doors, heating system, roof and septic system and lawn .
Open House
Saturday
May 26 at 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/22/2018


7 Pheasant Run , Harwich, MA 02645

East Harwich

Single-Family

$599,900
Price

7
Total Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Pride of ownership and turn key. Many new improvements to this over 2500 square feet residence, set on large lot with 2 car garage and outbuilding. Separate office space above garage. Lovely perennial gardens, ready for the spring thaw, on private cul-de-sac, in close proximity to Pleasant Bay for both swimming and boating.First or second floor master ''en suite'', first floor laundry, cathedral ceilings,skylights,much storage and privacy.Irrigation, hardwood floors,outdoor shower, full dry basement and furnished if desired.
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Saturday
May 26 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 7 Pheasant Run , Harwich, MA 02645    Get Directions

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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/22/2018

The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in a home. Not just a place to cook meals itís also often the entrance to a home and where families gather together at the end of the day. Arguably, itís also the most important room in the home and the one home buyers should be most astute of.

The kitchen is one of the most expensive rooms to remodel ranging between $20,000 and $50,000. Whether youíre eager for some renovation projects or looking for a move-in ready home, youíll want to assess the level of work this room will need as your shop potential houses.

Start with perhaps the most obvious - is the room large enough for your daily needs? Is there plenty of counter space or room to expand cabinetry? Do you have a lot of kitchen tools that call for plenty of storage space or perhaps prefer an island to prep dinner at? Know what your ideal kitchen space ahead of time, especially if it is a priority, so your realtor can help you find the perfect fit.

Check that all appliances to ensure they are in working order as per the disclosure statement claims. Appliances are a big expense and youíll want to have a good idea of what will need replacing or to be installed. Consider if they are an easy color to match when it comes time for replacement and if any are under warranty.

Youíll also want to examine the cabinetry. Check to ensure all drawers and cabinets are properly aligned and open smoothly. If they are wooden cabinets you can easily swap out hardware or change the color if youíre not a fan of the current style. However, other materials are not as convenient so consider replacement costs if youíre unhappy with the current installation.

Countertops can be another major expense. Have the granite countertops been properly taken care of? If they are laminate are they scratched or chipped? If this isnít an upgrade youíre looking to make, be sure to look closely at what each home already has in place.

Kitchens are one of the busiest rooms in your home, especially if you love to cook. Check flooring for loose tiles, discoloration or poorly maintained wood flooring. This tells you a few things. Firstly, the quality of the materials used to build the home. And secondly, how well the house has been maintained over time.

Remodeling isnít on everyone's list when house shopping. And with kitchenís being one of the most expensive to renovate, this is one room you want to pay extra attention to as you view each potential home. Happy house hunting!




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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/15/2018

Working from home is a job benefit many dream of. However, despite what some may think working from home is not all fun and games. While it may make for an easier commute it also can make for more distractions that keep you from your work. Learn how you can create an office in your home that is a productivity oasis. Function before form. It may be tempting to run out and buy all the beautiful office supplies and knick knacks, but before you do plan out the function of your office first. Create a list of must-have items. Will you need a printer, file cabinet or shelves for your reference binders? Perhaps a fax machine, large whiteboard or a sprawling desk with plenty of elbow room. Knowing what you need on hand to create the most efficient work environment will give you the ability to sit down and productively work without running out to get supplies or inventing workarounds. You will also want to invest in a good ergonomic chair since you will be spending so much of your time sitting in it. Your back will thank you. Location. The location of your home office in your house may be more important than you think. Choosing a quiet secluded room with lots of light will create an ideal working environment. If you have children or a partner that will be home during the day you will want the room in a place where they will not have to tiptoe around like if you, for example, set up shop in the dining room. Creating some ďdo not disturbĒ signs may be a good idea to further set boundaries with your family. Organize. Set yourself up for success off the bat by developing an organization system that works best for your home office. Since home offices tend to be set up in smaller rooms of a house make the most of your space by organizing vertically as well horizontally. Neatly manage and label cords when you set up any electrical equipment. Keep the items you use daily within easy reach so you donít need to jump up and down all day to dig through your cabinets. Inspire. This is your home office, after all, and not a cubicle so donít be afraid to add personality to work your space. Pick up posters with uplifting quotes or imagery or a cork board to pin inspiration and goals. Paint your office a color that uplifts and inspires you. A calm blue paired with a vibrant yellow can help boost your focus and alertness. Setting up a home office is an exciting house project, especially when you will have the opportunity to work from home. While itís tempting to make your new office one that is visually appealing donít forget to keep function at the forefront of your planning process. In the end, youíll have the best of both worlds and may even be more productive for it!




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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/11/2018


11 Red River Road , Harwich, MA 02645

Harwich (village)

Single-Family

$444,000
Price

5
Total Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Red River Beach location, South Harwich home is in turn key condition having gone through a top to bottom renovation. The home has a new kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances that overlook the wood burning fireplaced Living Room. A door off the Kitchen leads to a large deck with a view an plenty of privacy. Gleaming Hardwood floors throughout. A full bath with new fixtures and tile floor.Other noteable upgrades include windows, doors, heating system, roof and septic system. Front lawn to be hydro seeded.
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