Belmont MA Real Estate for Sale with Zahra Zoglauer - Century 21 Commonwealth


This Single-Family in Marlborough, MA recently sold for $391,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Zahra Zoglauer - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate.


2 Hill Road, Marlborough, MA 01752

Single-Family

$399,000
Price
$391,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Don't miss out on 2 Hill Road with deeded beach rights to Fort Meadow, a 260 acre recreational lake with boating, fishing and swimming. This home sits directly across the street with unobstructed water views. Vacation at home with your own piece of paradise! First floor offers cathedral ceiling family room with walls of natural light, eat in oversized kitchen loaded with cabinets and a fireplace, 2 bedrooms with water views and a full bath. Expansive finished lower level with additional bedroom/play area/home office/exercise room, full bath and potential au paire suite… all this on an oversized lot with 2 sheds! Updates include: interior paint, new plank flooring in most living space, new carpet, new recessed light and ceiling in lower level!

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21 Thayer Rd, Belmont, MA 02478

Waverley

Rental

$1,950
Price

4
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Beautiful large 1 Bedroom Condo in heart of Belmont. Lots of closets, full bathroom. enjoy the cozy kitchen with in-unit laundry. Dining area. One deeded parking. A commuter dream location. Minutes to direct bus which will take to Harvard SQ, Shops, Gas station, Coffee shops, Restaurants, Beaver Reservation. HEAT AND HOT WATER included. Tenant pays only their own electric, cable and internet. The owner can rent this furnished or unfurnished, Avl July first. Tenant pays one month Fee equal to the base rent.
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When you have kids, the dynamics of your home change. You often go from refined to durable. If we looked at flooring from a simply practical standpoint, we’d end up with uncomfortable flooring's like ceramic, laminate, or engineered wood. That’s why carpets come in handy.  


For one, children spend a lot of time playing on the floor. When you put down a carpet and there are children around, you fully expect that there will be spills, blood, and much roughing around done right on the surface. So, you’ll need to choose your fibers carefully when picking a carpet out. 


Know that polyester, nylon, and triexta are among the most durable types of fibers. Stay away from wool carpets, as they are really not the best choice for homes with children. Polyester (also known as PET), is a budget friendly, and environmentally friendly type of carpet that provides stain resistance and a long life. Nylon is known for durability and softness. This is another material that’s great if you want a carpet with a long life. Triexta is a unique fiber that provides the highest amount of stain resistance and really will be soil-free. 


Modular Carpeting


There is another option when it comes to carpeting and that is modular carpeting. This type of carpeting can be laid out in the form of tiles. If a piece is soiled, stained, or ripped, you’ll be able to just switch out that piece of the carpeting puzzle if it can’t be cleaned. This is an option for homes with children, however, it’s not a popular choice in residential settings. Generally, modular carpeting is used in commercial settings like office buildings, and indoor public places like shopping malls. This can be a good option for you depending on the size of your home and your needs. If you have a room that’s completely dedicated to children, like a playroom, for example, you could use a modular carpet.


Treating The Carpets


There is an option to have your carpets pre-treated with a Scotchgard like chemical. This is also available for your furniture. It helps to prevent your furniture and carpets from stains and soiling, surrounding each fiber for a total protection. Once a fiber is treated, it will never wash or wear off. It’s a good option to treat your home with this especially when you have children.


Whether you decide to do wall-to-wall carpeting or simply place some area rugs around in order to make the floors of your home more durable and comfortable for children, you have some options to take the curse off of the inevitable mess that children will make.



9 Ellery St, Cambridge, MA 02138

Harvard Square

Rental

$2,550
Price

4
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
The perfect One Bedroom with Harvard Square location! This rental is a privately owned condo in well managed brick building, first floor, beautiful 4 room, hardwood floor through out the unit, including living room with lots of window , great size bedroom with large closet , beautify remodeled kitchen with granite counter top and dishwasher, full bathroom with tub and shower , high ceilings, shared coin-op laundry and bike rack. HEAT AND HOT WATER INCLUDED!!! All other utilities are tenants responsibility. Convenient location to Cambridge/Boston, step to Harvard Square, Mt Auburn St, Central Square, Cambridge St/Mass Ave, close to public transportation, restaurants and shops. Sorry, No Pets; No Smoking. Available 07/01/2019. or sooner, depends to tenants moving .
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Houseplants are a great way to make your home feel more comfortable, colorful, and--in the winter--to bring a bit of living nature back into your life until spring arrives.

There are houseplants that will thrive in just about any location of your home. Plus, you can find houseplants that are low-maintenance or ones that are a bit more rewarding as you care for them and watch them grow.

In today’s post, I’m going to list the best houseplants for each room of your home. I’ll cover “impossible to kill” low-maintenance plants and some that require a bit more work. I’ll also cover large and small plants, as the size will often depend on the available space in the rooms of your home.

Read on for the list of the best houseplants for each room of your home.

Bedroom

The bedroom is a place for rest and relaxation. You don’t want anything too high maintenance or too big and bright. Lavender gives off a calming scent that is perfect for your cozy sleeping space.

Lavender is relatively low-maintenance, just be sure to water sparsely in the winter time, and only when the soil has dried out completely to avoid root rot.

Lavender works in other rooms as well, such as on a kitchen windowsill where it can be used for cooking.

Bathroom

The bathroom tends to be a humid place without much spare room. A single aloe vera plant near a light source can be a great accent.

Extremely low maintenance and useful after a day out in the sun, the bathroom is a perfect home for aloe vera. Simply snap off a leaf and use the gel inside for your burn.

Office

There are a few choice places for plants in the home office. A large snake plant in the corner of the room is a great way to add some life and color. Similarly, a money tree is easy to care for and fun to watch grow as you braid its stem (and what’s a more fitting place for a money tree than the place where you make your money!?).

For the desk, a small cactus or succulent will do the trick, as you don’t want it to take up too much room.

Living room

For the living room, we can finally start talking about some of the bigger houseplants on the list. A Norfolk Island Pine looks like a small pine tree (though it technically isn’t one) and it can grow several feet high indoors. This is a great choice for homeowners in colder climates who don’t want to fill their house with unfitting tropical looking plants.

Palm and Yucca, on the other hand, are perfect for homes in warmer climates. They can grow several feet high and fill up empty spaces in a large living room with ease. There’s a reason these are used in so many hotel and office building lobbies--they’re easy to care for and can grow large enough to fill the void in a big building.

Windowless rooms

Most plants will need at least indirect sunlight to stay healthy through the year. But, if you have a windowless room in your home that you want to brighten up with a houseplant you have options.

Dracaena, snake plants, and creeping fig all grow well in little to no light and are easy to take care of.  




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