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2305 Nauset Road , Eastham, MA 02651

Eastham (village)

Single-Family

$475,000
Price

7
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
This spacious, attractive ranch just over a mile from Eastham's famous ocean beaches offers much to be excited about. The large lot is grassy, level and ringed by healthy vegetation for privacy. There's a wildflower garden,a large mahogany deck, an outdoor shower and a new shell driveway for ample guest parking. The home's exterior is in superb condition with a young roof, new Andersen windows and new composite trim. Well proportioned interior spaces includes a family room, huge living room, a master suite w/private bath plus charming guest bedrooms. The custom kitchen has handsome cabinetry, granite, Kenmore Elite appliances. Spotless and warmly decorated with a beachy theme this home for all seasons is ready to enjoy. Two car garage & full basement,new gas boiler and hot water in 2017.
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This Single-Family in Eastham, MA recently sold for $575,000. This Post and Beam style home was sold by Office Office - Cove Road Real Estate.


190 Cross Cart Way , Eastham, MA 02642

Eastham (village)

Single-Family

$589,000
Price
$575,000
Sale Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Uniquely charming post and beam home just one lot removed from the Seashore Park and close to Nauset Light Beach. Set amongst native landscaping, this two structure property offers peaceful repose and casual comfort.The main house features an open floorplan with rich wide pine floors, reclaimed beams and a superb three season sun porch with fir floors and glider windows. Beamed kitchen with maple cabinets and gas range, generous dining space and a cozy living room with Resolute wood stove. Upstairs are the master suite and guest bedroom plus a spacious third floor lofted getaway. The detached studio (2003) offers an amazing cathedral work/hobby space, brand new heat & a.c., extensive built-ins plus 1/2 bath and third bedroom. 2 car garage, solar array, town water available.





10 & 12 Crystal Lake Dr , Orleans, MA 02653

Orleans (village)

Single-Family

$1,600,000
Price

9
Total Rooms
5
Beds
3
Baths
Priced to move. Whether you're a developer, real estate investor or an extended group looking for that unique family compound, 10 & 12 Crystal Lake Dr is a special opportunity not to be missed. As constituted, # 10 is a one story 5 bedroom/4 bath ranch built on slab situated on 1.8 acres which would support a 7 bedroom home/septic system. Outbuildings include a waterfront gazebo and detached 2 car garage. # 10 consists of just over 200' of lake frontage and up until the current year has realized full rental seasons. Separating 10 and 12 is a tennis court. # 12, considered to be a studio, was in fact utilized as an art studio and is made up of two rooms and half bath. This parcel, made up of 1.35 acres, would support a 5 bedroom home/septic system and panhandles down to +/- 20' of lake
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This Single-Family in Brewster, MA recently sold for $335,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by Office Office - Cove Road Real Estate.


118 Pine Ridge Road , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$375,000
Price
$335,000
Sale Price

5
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Renovators & Builders: looking for a project? This once stunning 1868 sq ft Turner Brooks design suffered extensive water damage from burst pipes. Previously priced at $530,000, it is now being offered in ''as-is'' condition below assessment value of the double lot. The interior has been stripped to the studs, affording an opportunity to alter the original floor plan. Home needs a new heating system, wiring, plumbing, kitchen, baths, flooring etc. Potential Buyers urged to consult their contractors as Seller makes no representations regarding scope of work. Lot is 1.62 acres and includes a heated pool, bocce court and detached 2 car garage.

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If it’s time for a deep clean of your home, you may want to grab the duster and just go at it. Dusting is a task that should be done on a regular basis, but it’s not always the case. There’s a right way and a wrong way to dust. Read on for a few simple tips to make your dusting tasks a breeze.


Should You Vacuum First? 


When you dust, all of the dirt and particles will fall on the floor. It only makes sense to dust first, then vacuum. You may want to get right to vacuuming, remember that dusting first is always the best approach.


Where To Start


When you're trying to tackle cleaning the entire house, it can be difficult to decide where to start. The best strategy is to start at the doorway of any room and work your way inward. You should also start at the ceiling and work your way down to the floor. It can be easy to forget ceiling lights, fans, and other fixtures that are high up but it’s important to get at these areas because dust often collects thickly there. Some other places to be sure you dust are:


Bookshelves

Televisions

Baseboards

Countertops

Microwave

Door frames


The deeper of a clean that you’re looking to achieve the more areas you’ll need to focus. For routine dusting, you can do more of a once-over approach. This way, you won’t need to spend hours on dusting each time you go to clean your home if you keep up with it. 


Frequent Dusting Will Keep Your Home In Better Condition


The more often you dust, the better condition the things in your home will be. Dust can place undue wear and tear on furniture and break down electronic items. Dusting will prevent scratches and blemishes because dirt won’t be on the issues to scratch them. Your furniture will look like new after a deep clean. You’ll appreciate the shine!                 


Other Areas To Focus On 


Don’t forget to dust these other key areas in your home when you’re doing a deep clean:


Vents

Corners of rooms

Doors

Lights

Picture frames

Lampshades


There are even a few ways that you can prevent dust from collecting in your home. Try using area rugs and pull up wall-to-wall carpeting. Use doormats at each entrance to your home to help keep the dust from collecting there. Keeping the windows in your home closed is also a great way to prevent dust and pollen from collecting in your house. 

 




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