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37 Towhee Lane , Orleans, MA 02653

Orleans (village)

Single-Family

$1,750,000
Price

4
Beds
11
Total Rooms
4/1
Full/Half Baths
An amazing value for this superbly crafted and stunningly beautiful post and beam just steps from a sandy association beach and mooring field on Pleasant Bay. Recently renovated with a casual elegance, the seamlessly flowing interior provides a harmonious blend of living and sleeping space. Open floorplan encompassing the chef's kitchen with top flight appliances, generous dining area with gas fireplace and a master bedroom wing with a luxurious new bath. The two story living room with its curved balcony showcases the architectural interest of the home and the exceptional finishes and rich details utilized in construction. Beautifully proportioned upper level rooms include a second master suite with opulent bath, guest rooms, den, sunroom and a screened porch. A warm color palette and charming coastal decor suffuses the home.The newly completed finished lower level has 9 foot ceilings, a media room with wet bar, a gym, bonus room and full bath for another 1200+ sq ft of finished living space (in addition to the listed square footage). Total exterior makeover including roof & composite trim, gas generator. Three bay heated garage. A legacy home for all seasons.
Open House
Sunday
June 07 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Please come and see this stunning home. Over 5,000 sq ft of beautifully appointed finishes. Best buy for a luxury home in Orleans. Access will be limited, masks required and Covid protocols followed.
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Buying a piece of real estate is a serious legal and financial decision. Sometimes, having a real estate attorney help you through the process is helpful. In fact, in some states, it is required by law to have one assist with the process. If you don’t live in a state where it is required, do you need one? These questions will help you determine if you need an attorney as part of your real estate team.

Do You Have a Specific Legal Concern?

If you start down the path toward purchasing a house and run into a legal concern, then it is a good indication that you might need the help of an attorney. For example, perhaps you discover a tax lien against the home you wish to purchase or tenants that currently live in the property and wish to rent it from you temporarily after you purchase it. Your real estate agent can help you determine if your concern is a legal one and requires an attorney, but an agent is not able to make legal judgments. If you need help to make a legal decision, that is help only an attorney provides.

Do You Understand the Paperwork?

In a real estate transaction, there is quite a large amount of paperwork. From your initial offer submission to the closing paperwork, you will be signing legal documents many times. Those documents are legally binding so it is important to fully understand them. An attorney can help interpret those documents for you and explain exactly what you are signing.

Are You Purchasing a Short Sale or Foreclosure?

Short sale or foreclosure properties have significant legal issues that are not usually found in regular real estate transactions. If you’re considering one of these properties, then you may want to consult with an attorney to ensure the legal aspects of the transaction are in order before closing day.

Are You Shopping FSBO Properties?

If you are shopping for-sale-by-owner properties, your seller won’t have an agent helping them. Consider consulting with an attorney during the transaction will help keep the process running smoothly. Similarly, if you're considering selling your home without an agent, an attorney is an important professional to have on hand.

Are You Shopping Commercial?

Commercial properties have legal aspects not found in residential properties. If you’re shopping in the commercial market, make sure you talk to an attorney before signing any sales contracts.

In most home purchases, except those states where one is required by law, a real estate attorney is not necessary. If your purchase has extenuating circumstances or you find yourself with many questions, consider consulting one.



45 Sand Dollar Lane , Eastham, MA 02642

Eastham (village)

Single-Family

$795,000
Price

4
Beds
6
Total Rooms
2
Baths
Superb Eastham location north of Herring Brook Road and just 500 yards to beautiful Thumpertown Beach on Cape Cod Bay. World class sunsets and the endless enjoyment opportunities that change with each tide are yours from this great-looking and spacious four bedroom cape. The lot is level and private and fronts on a sandy lane right out of the Patti Page song book. The exceptionally spacious and sunny great room features cathedral ceilings, raised hearth fireplace, southern yellow pine floors and a generous dining space that seats up to 10 people. West facing windows add afternoon light and there's easy access to the large composite deck. The over-sized kitchen offers granite and tile and tremendous work space. Four bedrooms and finished lower level family room provide room to spread out (400+ sq ft family room is in addition to the listed square footage). This well-loved, year-round home with a breezy coastal decor is in fine condition and provides a perfect place to forge memories of a quintessentially Cape Cod nature.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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This Single-Family in Orleans, MA recently sold for $730,000. This Cape style home was sold by Office Office - Cove Road Real Estate.


164 Tonset Road , Orleans, MA 02653

Orleans (village)

Single-Family

$750,000
Price
$730,000
Sale Price

3
Beds
7
Total Rooms
2
Baths
Coveted Tonset Road Address, Cape Cod charm with private deeded access to Town Cove and a mooring field (with the Harbor Master's approval). Sitting on a level grassy yard, this home has a farmer's porch with a bench swing to rock in all the seasons. A builder's acre with room for a pool or additional living space. Come on in, you're home.

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If you intend to sell your house, you'll need to put together an engaging home listing. By doing so, you can increase the likelihood that homebuyers will want to check out your residence in-person – something that eventually may lead to a home sale.

It is important to do everything possible to differentiate your home listing from others. This will boost your chances of a fast home sale, along with raise the possibility of receiving a home offer that matches or exceeds your initial expectations.

Ultimately, there are several things that separate an ordinary home listing from an exceptional one, and these include:

1. Home Location

All home listings include details about a home's address. However, only the best home listings highlight information about where a residence is located relative to popular landmarks and attractions.

For example, if your house is located near some of the state's top schools, you may want to include information in your home listing about your home's proximity to these high-quality schools. With this information, your home listing may stand out to parents.

On the other hand, if your residence is just minutes from an amusement park, gym or other popular local attractions, you should include this information in your listing as well.

2. Home Upgrades

If you upgraded your house's heating system or installed new windows only a few years ago, it may be worthwhile to incorporate this information into your home listing.

Remember, as a home seller, you'll want to provide homebuyers with as much information about your residence as you can. And if you include details about assorted home upgrades, you can show homebuyers that you've allocated significant time and resources to improve your residence.

3. Home Photographs

When it comes to home photographs, there is no need to settle for "basic" pictures. Instead, a home seller should look carefully at home photographs and incorporate only those that showcase the true beauty of a residence into a home listing.

In many instances, a homebuyer will examine home photographs before he or she decides whether to continue to read a home listing. If a homebuyer is turned off by home photos that make a residence look small or cramped, he or she may move on to other home listings.

For home sellers, it is paramount to clean and declutter a house before you take photos of it. This will ensure your residence looks pristine both inside and out and guarantees that your home photos can make a distinct impression on homebuyers who view your home listing.

Lastly, if you need help preparing a home listing, a real estate agent can provide expert assistance. This housing market professional can collaborate with you as you put together a home listing and offer plenty of tips and recommendations along the way.

Take the guesswork out of crafting an effective home listing – consider the aforementioned home listing items, and you can create a home listing that helps you stir up significant interest in your residence.




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