Gail DuBois Realtor To Find A Home In Southborough


This Single-Family in Southborough, MA recently sold for $890,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Gail DuBois - Keller Williams Realty.


4 Wentworth Dr, Southborough, MA 01772

Single-Family

$899,000
Price
$890,000
Sale Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning updated Colonial in sought-after Liberty Estates neighborhood with private level yard! Filled with upgrades ~ Gorgeous master suite with vaulted ceiling, walk-in closet with Elfa system & gut remodeled bathroom with cathedral ceiling, custom marble vanities, stylish tile floor & tile shower with mosaic marble accents. Chef's Kitchen with breakfast island, granite with Ogee edges, high-end stainless appliances including Subzero, Fisher Paykal DW, gas stove, warming drawer, tumbled marble backsplash & pantry with Elfa storage. Dramatic, sun-splashed Family Room with vaulted ceiling, skylights, fireplace & sliders to deck. Freshly painted, new hardwoods on 1st floor & carpeting in bedrooms. Formal Dining & Living Room with french doors, remodeled 1/2 bath on1st fl, welcoming marble 2-story foyer with Palladium window, 1st floor Study. Approx. 900 additional sq ft in finished Basement with 3 rooms & kitchenette. New roof 2017. Great neighborhood & close to Commuter Rail!

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75 Pine Hill Rd, Southborough, MA 01772

Single-Family

$799,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A little slice of country living in MetroWest! Pristine custom built authentic Post and Beam constructed home spectacularly sited on picturesque 2.4 acre setting in private cul-de-sac. Peaceful, level back yard features breathtaking perennial gardens, mature trees, specimen plantings & a babbling brook. Absolutely mint condition and lovingly maintained home and gardens with many updates throughout: Renovated kitchen(2013), New roof(2018), new water heater & garage doors(2017). Superb open floor plan, perfect for entertaining & comfortable living. Gourmet kitchen w/ stainless appliances, island, breakfast bar, dining area w/walk-out bay, wine frig, newer cabinets & glass tile back-splash. Kitchen opens to sunken family room w/ fireplace, french doors and access to exterior maintenance-free deck & gorgeous yard. Master with Cathedral ceiling, fireplace, skylight, beamed ceiling & full bath. 3rd fl bonus room w/ vaulted ceiling & skylights. ~Showings begin Sun 6/9, 2-4PM at Open House~
Open House
Sunday
June 09 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 75 Pine Hill Rd, Southborough, MA 01772    Get Directions

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75 Pine Hill Rd, Southborough, MA 01772

Single-Family

$799,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A little slice of country living in MetroWest! Pristine custom built authentic Post and Beam constructed home spectacularly sited on picturesque 2.4 acre setting in private cul-de-sac. Peaceful, level back yard features breathtaking perennial gardens, mature trees, specimen plantings & a babbling brook. Absolutely mint condition and lovingly maintained home and gardens with many updates throughout: Renovated kitchen(2013), New roof(2018), new water heater & garage doors(2017). Superb open floor plan, perfect for entertaining & comfortable living. Gourmet kitchen w/ stainless appliances, island, breakfast bar, dining area w/walk-out bay, wine frig, newer cabinets & glass tile back-splash. Kitchen opens to sunken family room w/ fireplace, french doors and access to exterior maintenance-free deck & gorgeous yard. Master with Cathedral ceiling, fireplace, skylight, beamed ceiling & full bath. 3rd fl bonus room w/ vaulted ceiling & skylights. ~Showings begin Sun 6/9, 2-4PM at Open House~
Open House
Sunday
June 09 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 75 Pine Hill Rd, Southborough, MA 01772    Get Directions

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114 Southville Rd, Southborough, MA 01772

Multi-Family

$425,000
Price

2
Units
2,876
Approx. GLA
Great Southborough 2-Family opportunity! Ideal for investors, flippers or owner occupant with additional income unit. Tons of potential with plenty of parking and close to commuter rail. Some updates including new windows. Needs a bit of TLC, but many possibilities and flexible floor plan. Rare offering!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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For most homeowners, a home is not just a property with four walls and a roof over their head. Over time, it becomes a place that reminds them of sweet memories spent with family and friends. Buying a home is expensive, and as a result, it is essential that you relegate any form of emotions and apply business-minded strategies in making good decisions. With this in mind, here are some costly emotional mistakes home buyers make and how you can avoid making them.

Falling in love too quickly

Buying a home can play with your emotions. But you must balance your dreams with the realities of your budget. Turn a deaf ear when the agent tells you "Oh, this house was made for you," or "It suits you perfectly," Focus on what you want in terms of space, location, maintenance, and the price. If you are buying a house, buy the one you need rather than what you want.

Allowing others to "steer" the process 

Agents and family members can be assertive in attempting to "tell" you what home to buy. What's more, friends who won't even live in the house will aggressively offer opinions about the subject. In an attempt to please others, some homeowners get highly emotional and buy a house they never liked. It is your house, and you will be the one living in it. Friends and loved ones only visit. So put yourself in charge of the buying process. 

Overpaying for a property 

Another common emotional mistake homebuyers make is paying too much for a property. Buyers—especially new ones—always tend to become desperate to buy a house or buy a house in a popular area, and most time, they end up paying far too much for the property. To avoid overpaying for a home, keep your emotional side locked and check the prices of similar houses in the area to avoid being ripped off. 

Putting the pen on paper too soon 

Generally, before you purchase a house, you need to sign a contract and pay a deposit. However, don't get too excited and sign the contract immediately you make the decision. Take your time to read through every line of the agreement. Also, get a seasoned lawyer or property professional to guide you, to ensure your interest comes first and insert any needed clauses. It is tough to make changes once you sign a contract.

Although buying a house can be an emotional experience, it is also an exciting time. Avoiding emotional mistakes, doing your research and keeping a calm head should help you to get a good home that meets all your needs.




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