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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/15/2019


46 Justine Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$374,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-2! Great starter home sits on corner lot in quiet neighborhood! Light and bright with neutral colors. Spacious fireplaced living room, vaulted ceiling in sunny dining opens to kitchen with newer appliances. Slider to deck over looks private yard and above ground pool! Finished lower level includes playroom, large storage room and workshop. New vinyl siding and oversized storage shed. Conveniently located to schools and highway. Home sweet home!
Open House
Sunday
August 18 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 46 Justine Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360    Get Directions

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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/13/2019


46 Justine Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$379,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great starter home sits on corner lot in quiet neighborhood! Light and bright with neutral colors. Spacious fireplaced living room, vaulted ceiling in sunny dining opens to kitchen with newer appliances. Slider to deck over looks private yard and above ground pool! Finished lower level includes playroom, large storage room and workshop. New vinyl siding and oversized storage shed. Conveniently located to schools and highway. Home sweet home!
Open House
Sunday
August 18 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 46 Justine Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360    Get Directions

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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/12/2019

Having to stare at a wall with old posters or the same old painting isn't interesting at all. An great way to add character, a splash of color and sophistication to your home is to hang different and new pieces of art on your walls.

Here are some ways to pick out art for your home:

Be mindful of the colors

If the artwork is for your bedroom, you should go for cool colors that will absorb light and invoke a relaxing mode. However, for areas that need a more inviting atmosphere like the living room, warm colors like orange and red will be lovely.

Simplicity or sophistication?

Artwork for your room should be as simple as possible with relatable details. But, it is also acceptable to hang sophisticated works in your home. For art lovers that have a preference for a particular style or genre, do not ignore your home's color scheme completely to satisfy your art craving.

What is the room design scheme?

Before bringing in your excellent piece(s), take out some time to consider the size, atmosphere, and lighting of the room. Art in dark colors might not be best suited for a dark room. And you don't want a large frame taking up all the space that you can use for other purposes.

Consider your likes

This is the ultimate deciding factor. Some people love murals, others prefer sculptures. Apart from the type of art, the content matters as well. Not everyone would like to have a gory scene in their bedroom, but there are those who wouldn't mind. So, before hitting the antique store or art gallery, carefully consider your values and likes, and determine if the art you choose will appeal to your personality first then add to the beauty of your home.

Decide the type of art you prefer

Like I mentioned above, some people love murals while others prefer sculptures. It's common to find landscape portraits and framed photographs in homes, but determining your taste will help in choosing the best type of art for you. There's a wealth of options to choose from here - from pictures and paintings, to mini sculptures, or even drapes with artistic designs. You can also go modern by using 3D wallpapers that depict different scenes that you choose yourself.

Consider the color pattern of the room

Take note of the colors of the most visible things in the room; carpets, bedspreads, couch, etc. Doing this will help you choose an artwork with shade(s) that contrast with those present in the room already. It will also help to ensure the colors are not screaming out in disagreement.

Make sure you talk to your real estate agent about the art in your home before having potential buyers over.




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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/9/2019


33 Acorn Trail, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$639,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
The open concept floor plan and single-level living that is so hard to find! Built with quality and love by a custom builder for his own family, this 3 year old home is like new construction without the wait. Hardwood floors throughout, crown moldings and detailed woodwork, gas fireplace, center-island kitchen with high-end stainless appliances and granite countertops. Master bedroom with walk-in closet and custom master bath. Windows grace the entire back of the home which overlooks beautiful greenery and a seasonal peek at Long Island Pond (which have association rights). Amazing expansion potential in the full walkout basement. Desirable location near the Pine Hills with great access to highway for commuting. Your search ends here!
Open House
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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/5/2019

It's no news that termites and white ants cause severe damages to the home. They might attack your house in no time. Hence, termite control has become one of the necessities to prevent the termites from invading your house. Some people control termites by using chemicals in residential areas or working places, where they can survive and breathe.

Important things to know about termites

  • Termites generally lay their eggs in the spring season. They give eggs in the moist soil and then enter the house to provide some nourishment to them. Therefore, it is better to control termites before the beginning of spring season. However, be careful as termites can attack in any season.
  • Two places to look for termites are the kitchen and the bathroom because in these two areas there is maximum use of water. Regularly check the pipes and taps for leakage. If you own a house or farm made of wood, then controlling termite infestation should be your top most priority. It is one of the crucial issues or problems faced by homeowners.

Primarily, start with termite prevention. If you do not have termites, it does not mean that you cannot have them. So, stop them from invading your crops or properties. To prevent the termites, you have to make your home an unfavorable hideout for termites. Following are some ways of preventing termites from invading your house:

  1. Trim all dense greenery, bushes, and shrubs away from your property's foundation.
  2. Never leave ?rewood around your house; it works as a magnet for attracting termites. If you have to keep ?rewood outside your home during the winter season, then keep it at some height off the ground.
  3. Remove all loose woods, tree stumps and lumber from the boundary of your home.
  4. Keep downspouts and gutters free of accumulated debris and leaves. As termites cannot survive on wood only, keeping these areas clean will prevent termites from invading your house. Obstructions and clogs attract termites.
  5. Seal all holes and any cracks in the foundation of your home. Termite prevention is possible only if you keep your house ventilated, particularly the attics of the house. Your rooms should be spacious enough to have the right circulation of air, as moisture attracts termites. Never allow water to be stored anywhere around your house as it may lead to severe house damage.

It is always better to opt for termite prevention before the construction of your property. If you plan to construct a house entirely from wood, then ensure to use treated wood. Borate is one of the most common treated woods that prevent the termite from invading them as their food. Do not allow the wood to have any contact with the earth because this will give easy access to the termites.




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