Maribeth Marzeotti, Realtor Associate/Owner, Home Stager, RE/MAX Acclaim, Licensed in MA and CT.



61A Ramshorn Rd, Dudley, MA 01571

Single-Family

$484,900
Price

11
Rooms
5
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Looking for lots of space and privacy? This house has it all! Plus a GUEST HOUSE by the heated SALT WATER POOL! The former garage was renovated into 2 extra bedrooms & full bath. Could be returned to a garage, or add a garage in front. Kitchen renovated 3 yrs ago with granite and stainless steel appliances & has a large pantry & slider door to large Trex deck overlooking the spacious backyard. Living room & hall have gleaming hardwoods w/inlaid pattern. Separate dining room also w/hardwoods, tray ceiling & access to deck, overlooking sunken family room w/cathedral ceiling. Also 1st floor office. Master BR w/sitting area, walk-in closet & large bath with hot tub! Mini-split system for central air on 1st floor and master BR. Guest House has open floor plan with LR, kitchen and 3/4 bath. Pool has built in self-cleaning system - no pool vacuum required! Audubon land abutting home. Freshly painted interior. The fully finished basement has several storage rooms. Town water! Title V in hand.
Open House
Sunday
November 10 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 61A Ramshorn Rd, Dudley, MA 01571    Get Directions

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61A Ramshorn Rd, Dudley, MA 01571

Single-Family

$484,900
Price

11
Rooms
5
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Looking for lots of space and privacy? This house has it all! Plus a GUEST HOUSE by the heated SALT WATER POOL! The former garage was renovated into 2 extra bedrooms & full bath. Could be returned to a garage, or add a garage in front. Kitchen renovated 3 yrs ago with granite and stainless steel appliances & has a large pantry & slider door to large Trex deck overlooking the spacious backyard. Living room & hall have gleaming hardwoods w/inlaid pattern. Separate dining room also w/hardwoods, tray ceiling & access to deck, overlooking sunken family room w/cathedral ceiling. Also 1st floor office. Master BR w/sitting area, walk-in closet & large bath with hot tub! Mini-split system for central air on 1st floor and master BR. Guest House has open floor plan with LR, kitchen and 3/4 bath. Pool has built in self-cleaning system - no pool vacuum required! Audubon land abutting home. Freshly painted interior. The fully finished basement has several storage rooms. Town water! Title V in hand.
Open House
Sunday
November 10 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 61A Ramshorn Rd, Dudley, MA 01571    Get Directions

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682 Quinebaug Road, Thompson, CT 06255

Single-Family

$219,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Totally renovated and remodeled home, done in 2015! Tile in kitchen and baths, otherwise hardwood floors throughout! New kitchen with updated cabinets, stainless steel appliances, double oven, granite counters and a built-in desk. New plumbing and electric (upgraded to 200 amps). Furnace and hot water heater 2015. Roof, windows and siding 2015! First floor bedroom! Second floor is finished with two good-sized bedrooms and a small room that would be perfect for a nursery, study room, or den. Home was remodeled to have an open kitchen and dining room with a breakfast bar and a door out to a large deck. Great location for commuters, easy highway access. Driveway is on Norman Ave, making it easy to access on this corner lot.
Open House
Sunday
October 27 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Big price adjustment! Complete renovation in 2015.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 682 Quinebaug Road, Thompson, CT 06255    Get Directions

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