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29 Sharon Ann Lane, Falmouth, MA 02536

East Falmouth

Single-Family

$615,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Open House on Wed. 5/29, 5:30PM-7:30PM! Impeccably maintained 4 bedroom Cape Style open concept home in a lovely East Falmouth neighborhood on a dead end street near the water! Welcoming front porch. Attention to detail T/O including crown molding, hardwoods & H/E finishes. Foyer leads to living room w/ pellet stove. Updated kitchen includes breakfast bar & stools, quartz counters, stainless steel appliances & ample cabinets. Pretty dining area w/slider to deck. Master bed w/ spacious en suite & W/I closet, 2nd bedroom, a full bath & den on 1st level. Two large bedrooms & 3/4 bath upstairs w/ more living space including a 2nd kitchen, living/dining area makes a great in-law. This great home also offers an unfinished loft over the 2 car garage that could be easily converted to more finished space, a huge basement w/ high ceilings, workshop & storage. Nicely landscaped yard w/ mature plantings, shed w/ electricity & 4+ car driveway. Mooring rights. Near beaches, marinas & golf.
Open House
Wednesday
May 29 at 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
You are invited to our Twilight Open House to view this beautiful home in East Falmouth currently offered at $615K. Snacks & light refreshments will be served.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 29 Sharon Ann Lane, Falmouth, MA 02536    Get Directions

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This Single-Family in Berkley, MA recently sold for $440,000. This Gambrel style home was sold by Office Streamline - Streamline Realty Group.


85 South Main St, Berkley, MA 02779

Single-Family

$464,900
Price
$440,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Builders own custom built Gambrel style home w/ farmers porch,oversize 2 car garage, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/4 baths. Open floor plan w/ hardwood flooring throughout in Kitchen, Dining room, Living room, Family room, Hallway and Office. Cooks Kitchen w/ granite counter tops, SS appliances, wood cathedral ceiling, eat in area w/ Bay Window. 1st floor laundry. Oversize Master Bedroom w/ 2 walk in closets w/ access to newly remodeled bathroom. Hardwood flooring in upstairs hallway that leads to 2 large bedrooms. Finished heated room over garage w/ hardwood flooring. Heated finished basement w/ new ceramic tile w/ walk out access to backyard. Add'l detached 1 car garage (24X16) in rear,storage shed (12X16). Oversize 2 level deck (16X16 + 18X38) overlooking peaceful wooded backyard. Central air, Central Vac,Alarm System, Irrigation system in front yard. Buderus Boiler w/ 5 Zones,New 40 gal HW tank, Easy access to Rte 24,140,138,495.What more can you ask for? Come check it out and Make an Offer!

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29 Sharon Ann Lane, Falmouth, MA 02536

East Falmouth

Single-Family

$615,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Open House on Wed. 5/29, 5:30PM-7:30PM! Impeccably maintained 4 bedroom Cape Style open concept home in a lovely East Falmouth neighborhood on a dead end street near the water! Welcoming front porch. Attention to detail T/O including crown molding, hardwoods & H/E finishes. Foyer leads to living room w/ pellet stove. Updated kitchen includes breakfast bar & stools, quartz counters, stainless steel appliances & ample cabinets. Pretty dining area w/slider to deck. Master bed w/ spacious en suite & W/I closet, 2nd bedroom, a full bath & den on 1st level. Two large bedrooms & 3/4 bath upstairs w/ more living space including a 2nd kitchen, living/dining area makes a great in-law. This great home also offers an unfinished loft over the 2 car garage that could be easily converted to more finished space, a huge basement w/ high ceilings, workshop & storage. Nicely landscaped yard w/ mature plantings, shed w/ electricity & 4+ car driveway. Mooring rights. Near beaches, marinas & golf.
Open House
Wednesday
May 29 at 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
You are invited to our Twilight Open House to view this beautiful home in East Falmouth currently offered at $615K. Snacks & light refreshments will be served.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 29 Sharon Ann Lane, Falmouth, MA 02536    Get Directions

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For homebuyers, a home inspection is paramount. This inspection enables you to look closely at a house and identify any problem areas. It also may force you to rethink your decision to buy a house, particularly if you discover a wide range of problems during the inspection.

Ultimately, it pays to consider your options following a home inspection. In fact, if you take an in-depth approach to potential home repairs, you can determine whether to ask a seller to complete these repairs before you finalize a purchase agreement.

Before you ask a seller to perform home repairs, there are several questions that you should consider, and these are:

1. How much will it cost to complete assorted home repairs?

A damaged roof is much more expensive to repair than a defective light fixture. Fortunately, if you assess the costs of potential home repairs, you can differentiate major home repairs from minor ones and plan accordingly.

If a home requires thousands of dollars in repairs, it may be worthwhile to ask a seller to complete these repairs. Otherwise, you'll be responsible for allocating the necessary time and resources to perform costly home repairs after you finalize your house purchase.

On the other hand, minor home repairs may be easy to handle on your own. If you feel comfortable completing minor home repairs, you may want to avoid submitting a request to a seller to perform these repairs. Because if you ask a seller to complete myriad minor home repairs, he or she may walk away from a potential home sale.

2. Are there any required repairs that must be completed right away?

Required repairs, i.e. repairs that will address hazardous conditions in a house, sometimes will need to be completed following a home inspection. These repairs include water penetration issues and local code safety violations.

If required repairs go unaddressed, your lender is unlikely to provide you with the financing that you need to acquire a house. Thus, you should request a seller complete these repairs as soon as possible.

3. Is it worth my time to ask a seller to complete home repairs?

There is no right or wrong answer to the aforementioned question, as every homebuyer and home seller is different. If you are uncomfortable with a house following an inspection, you should examine the inspection report and determine the best course of action. And if you feel that asking a seller to perform home repairs is essential, it is important to do just that.

Lastly, if you need assistance throughout the homebuying journey, it helps to work with an expert real estate agent. This housing market professional usually will attend a home inspection and help you assess a house. Plus, an expert real estate agent is happy to provide recommendations and suggestions to ensure you can make an informed home purchase.

Take the guesswork out of evaluating a house following an inspection – consider the aforementioned questions, and you can determine whether to ask a seller to complete home repairs after an inspection.


If you plan to sell your house, you likely will need to craft a home listing. As such, you may want to put together an outline of the information that you'd like to include in your home listing to optimize its effectiveness.

Now, let's take a look at three things that every seller should include in his or her home listing.

1. Home Price

The price of your home likely will play a major role in how quickly your residence stirs up interest from homebuyers, and for good reason.

If you offer a competitive price for your residence, you should have no trouble generating substantial interest in your house as soon as it becomes available. Comparatively, if your home is overpriced, your risk alienating potential buyers. Or, if your residence is underpriced, you may miss out on an opportunity to maximize the value of your house.

Performing a home appraisal often serves as a great way to get an accurate valuation of your house.

Also, look at the prices of comparable houses in your city or town. This will help you understand how your residence stacks up against the competition so that you can price your home accordingly.

2. A Detailed Home Description

What sets your house apart from other residences? Ultimately, if you create a detailed description of your home's features, you can increase the likelihood of a fast, profitable home sale.

When you put together a detailed description of your home, be honest. That way, you can empower homebuyers with the insights they need to determine whether your residence is right for them.

In addition, copy edit your home description before you publish your home listing. Because if your home description is littered with grammatical errors, these mistakes may drive potential buyers away from your residence.

3. Nearby Attractions and Landmarks

If your home is located near amusement parks, national monuments, schools or other popular attractions or landmarks, you should incorporate this information into your home listing. By doing so, you can further differentiate your residence from the competition.

Don't forget to provide details about how far away your home is located from nearby attractions and landmarks too. For instance, if your house is only a 5-minute drive from a top local park, you should include this information in your home listing.

If you want to get the most out of your home listing, it pays to hire a real estate agent as well. With a real estate agent at your side, you can create an in-depth home listing that will hit the mark with prospective buyers.

A real estate agent understands exactly what it takes to create an effective home listing. He or she will learn about your residence and your home selling goals and ensure that your home listing stands out from others.

Ready to craft an engaging home listing? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can boost your chances of creating a terrific home listing in no time at all.