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Posted by The Deborah Lucci Team on 6/28/2016

This Single-Family in North Reading, MA recently sold for $997,000. This Colonial style home was sold by The Deborah Lucci Team - William Raveis R.E. & Home Services.


19 Bishops Way, North Reading, MA 01864

Single-Family

$989,900
Price
$997,000
Sale Price

13
Rooms
5
Beds
4
Baths
THIS PREVIOUS MODEL HOME has 9' ceilings, detailed moldings and many upgrades. You will love the open two story foyer. Formal dining and living room with transom windows, dentil moldings and French pocket doors. Oversized eat-in kitchen with loads of cherry cabinets, center island, granite counter tops and desk area open to family room with custom built-in, cathedral ceiling and wood burning fireplace. Beautiful sunroom overlooking almost 3 acres of private wooded back yard and access to large deck great for entertaining. First floor office and 3/4 bath. Upstairs all bedrooms have double closets with California closet systems. Master suite has two walk-in closets, high ceiling and master bath with double sinks, Jacuzzi style tub, marble flooring and large shower. Third floor playroom with cabinets and wet bar area. Finished walk-out lower level has a large living/play room, music/media room, bedroom, 3/4 bath and storage areas. Two laundry Rooms! You'll love this exceptional property!

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Posted by The Deborah Lucci Team on 6/27/2016

This Single-Family in Andover, MA recently sold for $957,500. This Colonial style home was sold by The Deborah Lucci Team - William Raveis R.E. & Home Services.


34 Juniper Road, Andover, MA 01810

Single-Family

$959,900
Price
$957,500
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
THIS HOME IS BETTER THAN NEW! Current owners have done lovely improvements to this home that you will benefit from. Tall 9' ceilings. Eat-in kitchen with center island, granite counters, large 5 burner cooktop, maple cabinets and double ovens. Entertainer's floor plan with FR open to kitchenTwo story FR w/dramatic floor-to-ceiling stone FP. First floor office w/French doors. Formal LR and DR are open in case you need to expand for holidays gatherings, and both have wainscoting and formal crown molding. Upstairs is a large master BR suite with 2 walk-in closets and private spa like master bath updated by Black Dog. Large tiled shower w/seamless glass doors and built-ins. Vanity with tile glass backsplash and beautiful soaking tub. Three additional BR's all with HW floors. Walk out lower level with kitchenette, media room and exercise room. Backyard has an extensive paver patio, 2 level deck, and fenced yard. Very convenient location to highways and town. Absolutely gorgeous!!

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Posted by The Deborah Lucci Team on 6/27/2016

If you're like me, cleaning isn't something you regularly schedule into your day. When I clean it's usually a last minute scramble to tidy up before company arrives. What's more, cleaning often involves going out to buy costly supplies and potent smelling chemicals. That's why I've compiled a list of cleaning hacks that avoid harsh chemicals and can be done with items you probably already have laying around your (messy) house. Cleaning the kitchen is an unending battle. In my house of four inhabitants, we are constantly piling high dishes into the sink and dishwasher and pretending we don't notice how dirty the microwave has gotten. These hacks will help you spend a less time scrubbing in the kitchen: Cleaning the blender You wake up in the morning, go for a run, drink your refreshing shake and then your bright mood is ruined at the thought of having to scrub peanut butter out of the bottom of your blender. The hack: Rinse it out once lightly, then add a few drops of dish soap and fill it up a quarter of the way with water, then blend. You're basically turning your own dirty blender into a dishwasher (just don't toss any silverware in there). Washing your dishwasher Speaking of dishwashers, does yours seem like it's getting a bit discolored and have a sort of musty smell? Just because the dishwasher cleans the dishes doesn't mean it also doesn't need to be washed every now and then. The hack: Take a measuring cup and fill it with 1cp of vinegar and place it upright on the top rack of the dishwasher. Then sprinkle some baking soda on the bottom of the dishwasher. Run it on the highest heat setting and you've got a sparkling clean dishwasher. Glass baking dishes Who could go for some freshly baked brownies? Everyone could, obviously. But no one wants to scrub the pan of charred brownie remains afterward. Sponges just don't seem to cut it, so what's to be done? The hack: You have two options, here. If you have a minute to wait, you can put a few drops of dish soap and some water in the dish and microwave it for 1-2 minutes, then wipe it clean with a sponge. Alternatively, you can roll up a ball of aluminum foil, add soapy water, and scrub the dish clean with ease. Degreasing your appliances Is your microwave splattered with sauce? Does your toaster have unexplainable coffee stains dripping down the sides? Avoid looking at the walls of the oven when you put in a roast? We've put this moment off for far too long... it's time to scrub the appliances. Our food goes in these items, so it makes sense to be hesitant about using harsh chemicals on them. Luckily, you probably have everything you need to get them shining again. The hack: Three ingredients are all you need to make a great cleaner/degreaser. Water, lemon, and baking soda. In a spray bottle, combine 2 cups of warm water, a tablespoon of baking soda and 20 drops of lemon juice. Spray it onto the surface liberally, let it sit for a few seconds and then wipe it away along with all the grease. Now roll up your sleeves and get to work cleaning. Or, better yet, share this with your family and have them do it.





Posted by The Deborah Lucci Team on 6/24/2016

This Single-Family in North Andover, MA recently sold for $391,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by The Deborah Lucci Team - William Raveis R.E. & Home Services.


73 Farnum Street, North Andover, MA 01845

Single-Family

$359,900
Price
$391,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
THIS HOME BUILT BY THE CURRENT OWNERS SITS ON A PRIVATE, WOODED 1.69 ACRE LOT BUT WITH A VERY CONVENIENT LOCATION TO SCHOOLS, SHOPPING AND HIGHWAY. First floor and including all bedrooms have hardwood floors. Living room has picture window and wood burning fireplace. Dining room off eat in kitchen. Heated four season sunroom. Three bedrooms and main bath on upper floor. Partially finished lower level with half bath, laundry and access to one car garage. Current owner has just installed new hot water tank, roof and front steps. You will love this beautiful private lot and convenient location.

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Posted by The Deborah Lucci Team on 6/24/2016

This Single-Family in North Andover, MA recently sold for $416,000. This Ranch style home was sold by The Deborah Lucci Team - William Raveis R.E. & Home Services.


38 Mablin Avenue, North Andover, MA 01845

Single-Family

$399,900
Price
$416,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
YOU WILL LOVE THIS LOW MAINTENANCE RANCH WITH GREAT ACCESS TO RTE 495, SHOPPING, LIBRARY AND YMCA. Easy living in this one floor ranch style home with attached garage and vinyl siding. Family room with stone wood burning fireplace, dentil molding and sunny picture window. Eat-in kitchen with new granite counters and backsplash. Three bedrooms all with hardwood floors. Master with private 3/4 bath and walk in closet with organizers. Finished lower level has bonus room/family room, and playroom/office, plus a half bath. New hot water tank. Newer deck and patio. You'll love the easy living that this home provides.

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