Sullivan & Company Real Estate, LLC | Brimfield Real Estate, Sturbridge Real Estate


This Single-Family in North Brookfield, MA recently sold for $118,500. This Cape style home was sold by Office Sullivan - Sullivan & Company Real Estate, LLC.


250 N Main St, North Brookfield, MA 01535

Single-Family

$120,000
Price
$118,500
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Affordable 1500 sq. ft. 3 bedroom 1.5 bath Cape in North Brookfield with updated roof, windows & furnace. Spacious kitchen had an update in 2015 with new cabinets, laminate flooring and new appliances, which will stay. Surprisingly spacious 1st floor with living room & formal dining with wide plank wood flooring, mudroom, full bath and dual staircases. 3 bedrooms, 1/2 bath and ample storage on 2nd floor. Walking distance to town park & fields, library, Yoga Studio, grocery & convenience stores, churches & restaurants. Permited pellet stove. Natural gas in street. Price reflects several updates that are needed, but a little sweat equity will go a long way, this one is a cutie. Seller may consider rent to own with acceptable terms.

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29 Birch Lane, Wales, MA 01083

Mobile Home

$54,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Motivated Seller!! Move in ready home in adult community. Many updates including completely renovated kitchen with tons of counter space, new stainless steel appliances and new cabinets. New wall to wall carpeting in living area and bedrooms. Brand new roof being installed. Property includes enclosed back porch with ramp and stand up freezer, 2 storage sheds and a large lot. Bathroom has walk in shower stall with handicap rails, large vanity and linen closet. All appliances to remain including washer and dryer. Property can be purchased furnished.
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204 Main St, Sturbridge, MA 01566

Commercial

$275,000
Price

1
Buildings
Office
Type of Comm.
108,028.00
Lot Size
Mixed use prime location for professional office. Nearly 2.5 commercial acres on heavily traveled Rt. 131, Main Street. Property is close to shopping center & restaurants. Ideal for a small business in need of professional office and home. High traffic count would also make this a great location to build to suit. Commercially zoned, two minutes to Mass Pike and just outside the Sturbridge Common. Perfect opportunity to locate your business/ home office to a location to a well traveled by local residents.
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204 Main St, Sturbridge, MA 01566

Single-Family

$275,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Residential property location in the commercial district of Sturbridge. Currently used for professional office space, this home can easily be used for both home and office. Ideal location near shopping plaza. Easy access to Rt. 20 & Mass Turnpike . Nearly 2-1/2 acres with 350' road frontage. A must see if you are looking for a home office location.
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Although your home gym has helped you stay in shape for many years, packing your dumbbells, an elliptical and other exercise equipment prior to moving day may prove to be exhausting. Fortunately, we're here to help you take the guesswork out of packing your exercise equipment.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prepare your exercise equipment for moving day.

1. Handle Your Weights with Care

Weights come in many shapes and sizes, and you should allocate plenty of time and resources to ensure your weights won't move while in transit.

For small weight plates and dumbbells, you can wrap these weights in packing paper and place them in a small box. However, you should try to avoid putting too many weights in a single box.

If you have heavy weights and barbells, you should wrap these weights in packing paper and place them directly on the floor of your moving day vehicle. Secure the weights with rope or straps, and you can keep the weights in place.

2. Take Photographs of Your Exercise Equipment

Let's face it – disassembling an elliptical, treadmill or other exercise equipment can be challenging. Perhaps even worse, putting your exercise equipment back together at your new home may be virtually impossible, particularly for those who struggle to stay organized.

Before you disassemble any exercise equipment, take a photograph of the equipment itself. Capture images of your exercise equipment from all angles, and you'll be better equipped than ever before to properly put this equipment back together once you reach your new address.

Also, keep all screws, bolts and other small exercise equipment parts in a plastic bag. You can attach this bag to the equipment itself to avoid the danger of losing these parts during your move.

Don't forget to keep track of the steps that you follow to disassemble exercise equipment too. That way, you'll know exactly what you'll need to do to quickly reassemble your exercise equipment.

3. Get Help from Family Members and Friends

Exercise equipment can be large, heavy and difficult to move on your own. Thus, you should not hesitate to reach out to family members and friends to help you safely pack and move your exercise equipment from Point A to Point B.

Furthermore, professional moving companies are available to help you transport exercise equipment to your new house. A moving company employs friendly, professionally trained staff members who are happy to help you simplify the process of moving your exercise equipment to any location, at any time.

If you need extra assistance prior to moving day, you may want to contact a real estate agent as well. In addition to helping you buy or sell a residence, a real estate agent can offer expert moving tips, put you in touch with top-rated moving companies in your area and much more.

Get your exercise equipment ready for your upcoming move – use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble packing and moving your exercise equipment to your new house.




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