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198 Spruce St, Bridgewater, MA 02324

Single-Family

$544,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Who Deserves It More?? You've worked for what you have, and it's time to pamper yourself with a home that reflects your success. This meticulously maintained Extended Cape boasts 4 BR, 2.5 BA, CA, 2 car garage with over 2800 sqft of living space, situated on .55 Acres. This home abuts The Olde Scotland Links golf course with holes 1-11 in your backyard. Entertainers take note that this home will have you hosting like a pro with its beautiful open floor plan. The updated Kitchen with granite counters is sure to impress. The gorgeous HW floors in the dining and living rooms are pristine, with an oversized custom mantle surrounding the FP in the living room. The family room is great for entertaining with tons of natural light. The second floor offers generous size bedrooms with the master being large and open, with a full bath and plenty of closet space. The study area is serene, bright and a great place to relax and enjoy your surroundings. An absolute MUST SEE to appreciate all details.
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Whether you're selling a home or buying one, the amount of storage space a house offers can have a major impact on its perceived value. Even if you're a first-time home owner who hasn't had the chance to accumulate a lot of clothes, household supplies, and other possessions, you can be sure that's not a permanent condition -- especially if you have a growing family!

So if you're looking for a new home to settle into, storage space will become increasing important. If, on the other hand, you're preparing to sell your home, then showcasing and enhancing storage space will help increase its marketability.

Everyone Loves Big Closets

Walk-in closets are considered a highly desirable feature because they not only accommodate a large and growing wardrobe, but they offer a lot of functionality from shelves, compartments, and other storage areas. They can also be customized to suit individual needs and preferences. The fact that walk-in closets are separate from the master bedroom also creates a feeling of spaciousness and luxury. The additional space and storage features make it easier to keep clothes organized, fresher, and in better overall condition. If clothes are squeezed together in a small closet, they tend to wrinkle faster, become mustier, and are harder to find -- especially when you're running late for an appointment!

Other Valued Storage Areas

Basements, attics, backyard sheds, and two-car garages are great places to store sports equipment, tools, supplies, appliances, old furniture, toys that your kids have outgrown, and other items you're not quite sure what to do with. The big challenge is to avoid accumulating clutter and hoarding things you don't need. Finished basements and attics are especially appealing to many home buyers because they provide additional living space and are more aesthetically pleasing than unfinished areas.

Basement Problems and Remedies

One cautionary note to keep in mind when storing things in a basement is that excess moisture and humidity can wreak havoc on everything from photo albums and old books to musical instruments and framed paintings. One solution is to monitor the moisture level with a hygrometer and install a dehumidifier to extract excess moisture from the air. While other measures may need to be taken to assure a dry basement environment, these two steps should help improve conditions dramatically. If mold is present on your walls, wood structures, or cardboard boxes, then you can be sure it's not a favorable environment for storing anything of value. Most wet basement problems are correctable, but professional and sometimes expensive solutions often need to be sought.

So assuming you don't have water in your basement and bats in your belfry, then lots of storage space will make your home easier to sell and more enjoyable to live in!


Need space? Have discerning taste? This home delivers. This gorgeous expanded cape comes complete with a legal in-law. The main house boasts HW floors throughout, 2 full BA, CA, FP, 2 car garage, an amazing upgraded kitchen with granite counters, center island and french doors to a beautiful deck to enjoy the summer evenings; partially finished basement with 3 generous sized bedrooms with master bath (Jack/Jill). If you enjoy entertaining the open floor plan will suit your needs. The in-law has 1BR, 1.5BA, CA hardwood floors throughout, a beautiful open floor plan with updated kitchen with granite counters and center island. This unit also has two gas fireplaces, a beautifully vaulted ceiling in the bedroom with tons of natural light. Separate entrance and decks. This home has too many extras to note. This is a must see property to fully appreciate all of the attention to detail.

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198 Spruce St, Bridgewater, MA 02324

Single-Family

$549,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Who Deserves It More?? You've worked for what you have, and it's time to pamper yourself with a home that reflects your success. This meticulously maintained Extended Cape boasts 4 BR, 2.5 BA, CA, 2 car garage with over 2800 sqft of living space, situated on .55 Acres. This home abuts The Olde Scotland Links golf course with holes 1-11 in your backyard. Entertainers take note that this home will have you hosting like a pro with its beautiful open floor plan. The updated Kitchen with granite counters is sure to impress. The gorgeous HW floors in the dining and living rooms are pristine, with an oversized custom mantle surrounding the FP in the living room. The family room is great for entertaining with tons of natural light. The second floor offers generous size bedrooms with the master being large and open, with a full bath and plenty of closet space. The study area is serene, bright and a great place to relax and enjoy your surroundings. An absolute MUST SEE to appreciate all details.
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Did you know that your front door says a lot about you and your family’s personality? It can also affect how you feel about your home. After a long day of work, school and/or shuffling the kids around to practice what type of home would you like to come home to? Keep reading to learn what your current door says about you and which colors would better suit your family.

Blue

A blue front door represents a traditional, family-centered home. Your abode is a peaceful, serene place to return to after a day of work and feels like a place of refuge to visitors.  

Best for: South East, North facing front doors

White/Gray

A white front door represents a tidy and classic atmosphere within. Those who choose this door color are neat, minimalist and strongly value knowledge.

Best for: North West and West facing front doors

Red

A red front door can be found on a house whose inhabitants lean towards the elegant and charming. This is the home of a family that loves to entertain. Visitors will expect a vibrant, energetic, and exciting reception.

Best for: South, North East and South West facing front doors

Green

Homey and welcoming a green front door practically invites guests in itself. And when they come they’ll be ready for a social, warm home where they can be at ease.

Best for: South, East South, and South East facing front doors

Brown

A brown front door represents stability and warmth. Guests will feel like they are in a refuge from the chaotic world.

Best for: East and South East facing front doors

Yellow

Those with a yellow front door like to stand out from the crowd, but still, like to be a part of it. Always cheerful and happy go lucky visitors will never leave your home without a smile on their face.  

Best for: North East, North West, South and South West facing front doors

Pink

A pink front door is for hopeless romantics. Sophisticated yet eccentric the family in this home has big hearts and is always there with a tissue for a friend who is feeling down.

Best for: South, North East and South West facing front doors

Black

If black is your color of choice for your front door you’re calendar is packed with people to see and places to be. Chic and world wise you are always the center of a riveting conversation.

Best for: South East and North facing front doors

Turquoise

Laid back and relaxed is the name of the game for a family with this color for their front door. When inside their home you never feel as if you need a vacation from life.

Best for: North facing front doors

Orange

An orange front door isn’t for just anyone. This home is modern, sleek, and curated. Guests love visiting because of this family’s spontaneous nature.

Best for: South, North East and South West facing front doors

Whether you opt for a more classic color and a more offbeat one, the front door to your home is the first impression friends, family and neighbors have of your new home. Choosing a color, whether classic or quirky, that best aligns with the message you want to give to new visitors and the overall ambiance you want to create will guarantee a unique reception to your home.




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