Cheryl Phelan - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth



Posted by Cheryl Phelan on 5/3/2018


195 Falmouth Road, Mashpee, MA 02649

Condo

$225,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
~Sea Oaks featuring a charming 2 story townhome~Settled in the lovely town of Mashpee which is located in the heart of Cape Cod only minutes to Mashpee Commons, shopping, beaches, golf courses & fine dining~1st level features fireplaced living room~open floor plan living~1/2 bath~dining room~kitchen w/ expansive island~newer stainless steel appliances~Sliders allows for exterior access to your private patio w/ wooded views~2nd floor boasts a glorious master suite with double closets & full bath w/ jetted soaking tub~Large closet in hallway~Guest bedroom could also be another master suite offering large walk in closet~full bath w/ newly tiled bath-shower combo&sliders to balcony for that morning/evening beverage to sit, relax & unwind~partially finished basement family/game room w/ closet~Extra carpeted bonus/den room with ceiling fan can easily be heated~Seller is including all rods, curtains, bathroom mirrors, 2 portable A/C units, appliances, washer, dryer, dehumidifier~Welcome home!
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Saturday
May 05 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by Cheryl Phelan on 5/3/2018


195 Falmouth Road, Mashpee, MA 02649

Condo

$225,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
~Sea Oaks featuring a charming 2 story townhome~Settled in the lovely town of Mashpee which is located in the heart of Cape Cod only minutes to Mashpee Commons, shopping, beaches, golf courses & fine dining~1st level features fireplaced living room~open floor plan living~1/2 bath~dining room~kitchen w/ expansive island~newer stainless steel appliances~Sliders allows for exterior access to your private patio w/ wooded views~2nd floor boasts a glorious master suite with double closets & full bath w/ jetted soaking tub~Large closet in hallway~Guest bedroom could also be another master suite offering large walk in closet~full bath w/ newly tiled bath-shower combo&sliders to balcony for that morning/evening beverage to sit, relax & unwind~partially finished basement family/game room w/ closet~Extra carpeted bonus/den room with ceiling fan can easily be heated~Seller is including all rods, curtains, bathroom mirrors, 2 portable A/C units, appliances, washer, dryer, dehumidifier~Welcome home!
Open House
Saturday
May 05 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 195 Falmouth Road, Mashpee, MA 02649    Get Directions






Tags: Real Estate   Condo   Open House   Mashpee   02649  
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Posted by Cheryl Phelan on 4/25/2018

This Single-Family in Plymouth, MA recently sold for $688,950. This Contemporary style home was sold by Cheryl Phelan - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Plymouth.


17 Bridge Gate, Plymouth, MA 02360

Pinehills

Single-Family

$730,000
Price
$688,950
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/2
Full/Half Baths
Award winning home on prime site w/stunning golf views of Jones 15th Fairway, nestled into a cul-de-sac & close to Stonebridge Club &Village Green. Gourmet custom kitchen w/Granite counters & full matching back splash, stainless appliances including, Subzero frig., Bosch 5 burner cook-top & dishwasher, Zephyr exhaust, wine frig.,& double Gagganeau wall ovens. Vaulted ceiling great room features Stacked Stone FP w/single piece Granite surround & custom cabinets w/lighted glass shelves. Covered 22' sky lit mahogany deck makes entertaining truly special. Light drenched with dramatic western sunsets. Add'l sweeping golf views from spa inspired cathedral ceiling Master bedroom suite & bath on main floor. First floor also includes dining room, library & laundry. Wide plank wood floors. 2 more bedrooms & full bath w/open loft on 2nd floor. Separate entrance leads to 2nd level private space w/bath. Lush gardens. Hook up for gas grill. Walk-out LL awaits your personal touch.

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Posted by Cheryl Phelan on 2/28/2018

Cooking a homemade meal fills the home with mouthwatering aromas. But once you’re done eating and your hunger is satiated, you won’t want those cooking odors to stick around any longer.

Eliminating cooking odors isn’t easy, as they tend to stick to the surfaces of your house in the form of grease splatter, and oils that make their way through the air.

Fortunately, there are many great ways to avoid, reduce, and eliminate household cooking odors so that you don’t have to wake up each morning still smelling last night’s fish dinner.

Know thy enemy

The worst culprits of cooking odor are the ones that make their way into your vents, onto your stovetop, and stick to any surfaces within reach. We’re talking about cooking grease and oils. The best way to manage these odors is to try to limit their ability to spread across your house. When frying on your stovetop, cook with the cover of the pan slightly ajar or purchase a splatter screen. This will greatly reduce the amount of grease that spreads across your kitchen.

Enjoy the outdoors

The grill isn’t just for steaks. If you have a meal that’s likely to leave lingering odors in your home, take it outside to cook on a nice day. You can often buy grill-friendly fry pans and other accessories that will expand the number of meals you can cook outdoors.

Prioritize cleaning

The best chance you have at reducing cooking odors is to clean them up as soon as you’re done eating. Make an agreement that whoever does dishes for the night will also be in charge of wiping down the surfaces of your kitchen.

Open up the windows and turn on your exhaust fan while cleaning too, this will help sweep away the stale, humid air in your kitchen that is likely to settle in the house.

Proper dish management

It can be tempting to leave the dirty dishes in the sink or dishwasher for the next day, but if you do you’re giving cooking odors a free pass to hang around for another night. What’s worse, some odors worsen over time, such as pans that were used for cooking meats.

Odor neutralizers

Some odor neutralizers are more sensational than effective. One common myth is that an open box of baking soda will neutralize odors. While baking soda can be mixed to form a useful cleaning solution (and therefore reducing odors), it doesn’t do much to eliminate odors on its own.

Instead, try cleaning with neutralizing agents. Citrus and vinegar scented cleaners are easy to make, inexpensive, and don’t contain any dangerous chemicals.

Another option would be to use odor neutralizing air fresheners, fabric fresheners, and candles. If you have furniture that tends to attract cooking odors, you can spray them lightly with a fabric freshener or wipe them down with dryer sheets.  




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Posted by Cheryl Phelan on 2/21/2018

When you’re shopping for a home, it’s easy to be overzealous in your attempt to find the perfect property. One of the biggest regrets of home buyers is that of paying too high a price for their dream home. There should be a balance between cost and the right property for you. No matter what kind of house you’re looking to buy or where you plan to buy it, a little planning goes a long way to help you get the most for your dollar when buying a home. Below, you’ll find some tips to help you avoid the dreaded mistake of overpaying for a home.


 Look For Amenities That Increase Value


Does the neighborhood you’re looking to buy in have a lot of cool perks? Perhaps the property is close to the heart of downtown or close to one of the most desirable schools in the area. These features add value to the home based on the demand in the neighborhood. 


You should also consider if the neighborhood is known as what’s termed “up and coming.” The potential that a neighborhood is also a factor in the price of a home. Is there a lot of construction going on in the area? Is the home you’re buying in a great area but considered a “fixer upper”? High potential properties in desirable areas can actually give you a bargain. A nice property in an area that is still being established can also be a bargain but beware. You may end up paying a higher price as sellers and developers understand that people are eager to move into the neighborhood. Also, if a neighborhood seems to be built up too much, it’s not a good sign. An overdeveloped area can lead to decreased property values over time.         


Inside the home, look for things that have been updated to increase the value of the property. An updated kitchen and bathroom add the most cost to a home as these are the most expensive rooms to renovate. Other perks in a home that greatly increase the value include new flooring, new roof, being situated on a cul-de-sac or dead end street, and easy access to highways and main routes.  


Know That Some Features Decrease Value


Things like power lines, poor economic growth in the community, high-traffic areas, foreclosures, and unkept homes can all drag down the value of a property. If you happen to be looking in one of these areas, understand that you shouldn’t be paying top dollar for a home there. Look for bargains. Whether you plan to stay or simply flip a property, you need to know at what point the price will be right without overpaying for the home.    





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