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This Multi-Family in Lowell, MA recently sold for $480,000. This style home was sold by Kim Cook - LAER Realty Partners.

705 Chelmsford St, Lowell, MA 01851


Sale Price

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Investment opportunity in an outstanding location for commuting. Its just over a mile and half to the commuter rail and a half mile to Rte 3. Area amenities include the Lowell Showcase Cinema, a medical building, many area restaurants, shopping & groceries all right outside your door. This three family has a beautifully renovated 1st floor 3 bedroom apartment with 2 full baths, a nice family room, dining room, and additional storage area. The middle unit has 3 bedrooms, some new windows but needs updating as does the third floor unit. 2 new heating systems. Great owner occupied or investment property. Only 3 people allowed per showing. Please limit touching anything inside. Must wear, gloves, shoe coverings & BE ACCOMPANIED BY YOUR AGENT. Limit apartment visits to 5 minutes per apartment.. Offers due Weds 7/15/2020 at 4pm. Make good through 7/16/20 6 pm*.

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Science fiction has long reveled in the concept of autonomous homes and transportation. But it wasn’t until very recently that these dreams started to edge their way into reality. With semi-autonomous vehicles on the manufacturing line and “home assistants” like Google Home flying off the shelves, today’s average homeowner now has options.

The growing number of home automation technologies is encouraging even more innovation in a burgeoning market. But, the newness of these devices and the confusion around what they actually do can make it difficult to decide which one to bring into your home.

In today’s post, I’m going to introduce you to some of today’s most handy smart home devices to burden the workload of homeownership and give you some tips on which of the best technologies are yet to come.

Home assistants

One of the first smart home devices to hit the shelves was arguably the home assistant. They look like small Bluetooth speakers but have the ability to respond to your voice commands. So far, the front runners are the Google Home and Amazon Echo, but there are a number of other brands in the running as well.

Many of the tasks you use a smartphone for can also be easily accomplished with a home assistant. Tell it to set or turn off your alarms, look up things on Google, ask about the weather, play music, and so on. The Amazon Echo functions similarly but also integrates with other smart home systems so you can control things like your lights and coffee maker just by asking.

Integrated gadgets

Many home automation manufacturers have taken to selling kits that enable you to automate your home one outlet or device at a time. You can then control these devices with your smartphone, whether you’re at home or at the office. (Ever get worried you left the iron on? No more!)

The best part of these devices is how customizable they are and the fact that many integrate with assistants like Amazon Echo. However, some systems, like Samsung’s SmartThings, has its own central “hub” that connects your devices.

Smart home security

Security companies were one of the earliest adopters of automation. Today, many of the biggest home security companies (think ADT and Vivint) aren’t just making your home safer, they’re also making your life easier.

Common among these smart home security systems are things like cameras you can control with your smartphone from work, alerts from smoke and CO detectors, and door and window sensors to alert you if someone enters, or attempts to enter, your home.

These technologies are still evolving. That means each year newer, better devices will hit the market. However, this process of innovation will also drive down prices, which is good news for you as a homeowner and consumer. So, think about what your specific needs are and choose the products that fit them. And, if you’re not sure about any of the products on the market, don’t be afraid to hold off--the next best thing is right around the corner.

6 Pratt St, Billerica, MA 01821



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OPPORTUNITY! Buyer financing fell through, means a second chance for you! Possibly the best neighborhood in Billerica, Tower Farm Estates is centrally located just a short distance to 3A, shopping, area restaurants, the brand new Billerica High School, public library & the town center. This clean home features spacious rooms with newly refinished hardwood floors, gorgeous quartz counter top and young appliances in the eat in kitchen, separate dining room, 1.5 baths, garage, Lower level family room with fireplace, roof replaced in 2010, a brand new driveway,new hot water tank, and a nice big level lot ready to be landscaped. Vacant and easy to show! Please follow precautions for COVID19 and wear a mask and gloves while inside the home.
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Having a beautiful home is wonderful, but having a beautiful home with an elegant and functional kitchen is fantastic. Updated kitchen décor and finishes are an on-trend way to create a warm gathering place for friends and family. A real wood countertop is a top option for perfecting the natural kitchen décor motif.

Wooden Countertop Styles

There are distinctive styles of wooden countertop materials available, and each serves a different purpose and esthetic.

  • Butcher Block Countertops: For countertop that allows you to slice and cut directly on the surface, the butcher block is your best choice. The wood is two to three inches thick of alternating species and can withstand damage from chopping and dicing with proper care. Available in various wood mixtures as end-grain and edge-grain, its hardness and color options make it easier to choose the one that fits into your kitchen theme.

  • Reclaimed Wood Countertops: For people who appreciate the rustic look, a repurposed wood countertop is a great option. Currently among the trending countertops, reclaimed wood is relatively simple to find and source locally. Most reclaimed wood countertops come from recycled or discarded wood.

  • Live Edge Wood Countertops: Made from planed but not trimmed raw wood, a live edge countertop retains the original shape of the tree. The unique thing about this countertop is its rustic and uncommon look; it curves inward in some areas and rounds out in others, giving your kitchen or bar area a beautiful and unique look. 

  • Solid Wood Countertops: The solid wood countertop option works well with all kitchen designs, creating a timeless and traditional look for your kitchen. Thick planks of mahogany, walnut, knotty alder, or other hardwoods waterproofed with acrylic polyurethane come in flat, dull, satin, and semi-gloss finishes for an elegant addition to your countertops.

Your Choice of Wood

Ensure that the design, grain, and finish of the wooden countertop you choose is appropriate for its purpose. Hardwood like maple, teak, oak, chestnut, and mahogany make great countertop material, especially if you intend to chop and slice directly on the counter surface. For a more sustainable option, bamboo, while not technically wood, is an attractive and durable choice. 

Your kitchen countertop has a significant impact on the look and feel of your room. For best results, consult with or hire a professional contractor who is knowledgeable about the installation process for these unique surfaces.

This Single-Family in Billerica, MA recently sold for $660,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Kim Cook - LAER Realty Partners.

56 Harjean Rd, Billerica, MA 01821


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Please allow us to check some boxes! East Billerica! Kennedy Elementary! Sub-division! Cul-de-sac = Eastbrook Farm! Town sewer & water! Gas utilities! HWBB heat and central air! Vaulted ceilings! Finished basement! 2 car garage! That should take care of much of your wish list. This one owner home offers a great floor plan. There is hardwood flooring and ceramic tile throughout the the first floor offering a vaulted living room with skylights and slider to the deck; a spacious kitchen with granite counters and breakfast area with bump-out; a formal dining room; home office; and half bath/laundry room w/ large pantry closet. The 2nd level also offers hardwood flooring in the hall and bedrooms. The master bdrm has a vaulted ceiling, ceiling fan, walk-in closet, & full bath. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are good sized and have double closets. Also on the 2nd flr is the main bathroom. There is a large family rm in the basement. There is a spacious walk-up attic for great storage!

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