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187-2 Brown Street, Waltham, MA 02453

Condo

$459,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Completely renovated two floor, 3 bedroom,1 bath condo in 4 unit building. Almost everything is new in this turn-key home. Brand new eat in kitchen features white cabinetry with soft close doors/drawers,granite counters,SS appliances. Renovated full bathroom w/ new vanity, granite counters, new toilet, tub/shower and tile floor. In unit laundry room includes newer washer & dryer. Hardwood throughout first floor all refinished. Brand new carpeting on stairs to 2nd floor, 2nd floor bedrooms and front hall. Freshly repainted throughout. New Ruud central air conditioning system. Classic front entrance. Large shared 2nd floor deck with privacy fence. Walk in attic and extra secured storage area in basement. Roof 2014. Two deeded off-street parking spaces. Fantastic location off Moody St close to restaurants,shopping & downtown.Walk to 70, 71,553,554,556,558 buses,Waltham commuter rail. Rt 128 & Mass Pike nearby. BOSTON MAGAZINE VOTED WALTHAM TOP PLACES TO LIVE IN 2017!
Open House
Saturday
April 29 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 187-2 Brown Street, Waltham, MA 02453    Get Directions

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187-2 Brown Street, Waltham, MA 02453

Condo

$459,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Completely renovated two floor, 3 bedroom,1 bath condo in 4 unit building. Almost everything is new in this turn-key home. Brand new eat in kitchen features white cabinetry with soft close doors/drawers,granite counters,SS appliances. Renovated full bathroom w/ new vanity, granite counters, new toilet, tub/shower and tile floor. In unit laundry room includes newer washer & dryer. Hardwood throughout first floor all refinished. Brand new carpeting on stairs to 2nd floor, 2nd floor bedrooms and front hall. Freshly repainted throughout. New Ruud central air conditioning system. Classic front entrance. Large shared 2nd floor deck with privacy fence. Walk in attic and extra secured storage area in basement. Roof 2014. Two deeded off-street parking spaces. Fantastic location off Moody St close to restaurants,shopping & downtown.Walk to 70, 71,553,554,556,558 buses,Waltham commuter rail. Rt 128 & Mass Pike nearby. BOSTON MAGAZINE VOTED WALTHAM TOP PLACES TO LIVE IN 2017!
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16 State Street, Ashland, MA 01721

Single-Family

$320,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Quiet dead end street with fantastic backyard! Three bedroom, 1.5 bath cape features open dining/living room with red oak hardwood floors. Upgraded first floor bathroom adding new toilet in 2016 , vanity and mirror in 2017. First floor 3rd bedroom also great as an office. Two bedrooms on second floor with built in cabinetry and spacious closets. Great half bath on second floor with newer skylight in 2012. New baseboard electric heat 2nd floor 2017. Young furnace 2007. Boiler plumbed for second zone if desired. Freshly painted exterior 2017. Good sized walk out basement for lots of storage and access to back yard. This property boasts terrific wilderness views and sightings of hawks, osprey and great blue herons are common. Enjoy walking to the Ashland farmers market, Ashland State Park and join the neighbors in cheering the runners along the historic Boston Marathon route. Fantastic commuter location. Route 9, Mass Pike and commuter rail all nearby!
Open House
Sunday
April 30 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 16 State Street, Ashland, MA 01721    Get Directions

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16 State Street, Ashland, MA 01721

Single-Family

$320,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Quiet dead end street with fantastic backyard! Three bedroom, 1.5 bath cape features open dining/living room with red oak hardwood floors. Upgraded first floor bathroom adding new toilet in 2016 , vanity and mirror in 2017. First floor 3rd bedroom also great as an office. Two bedrooms on second floor with built in cabinetry and spacious closets. Great half bath on second floor with newer skylight in 2012. New baseboard electric heat 2nd floor 2017. Young furnace 2007. Boiler plumbed for second zone if desired. Freshly painted exterior 2017. Good sized walk out basement for lots of storage and access to back yard. This property boasts terrific wilderness views and sightings of hawks, osprey and great blue herons are common. Enjoy walking to the Ashland farmers market, Ashland State Park and join the neighbors in cheering the runners along the historic Boston Marathon route. Fantastic commuter location. Route 9, Mass Pike and commuter rail all nearby!
Open House
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