Northampton MA Real Estate | Carla Ness - Delap Real Estate



237 Stage Rd, Cummington, MA 01026

Single-Family

$425,000
Price

4
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Light filled contemporary home is located on over 5 private acres that abuts 100+ acres of state land which runs along the beautiful mill stream. This is a fabulous area to walk, fish and enjoy nature. Gorgeous north facing studio has cathedral ceilings and bamboo floors, radiant floor heat and its own sink. This room has many possibilities, in-law apartment?, family room? luxurious primary suite? Living room has oak floors, fireplace, and a nice view across the small valley. Off of the living room is a screened in porch where you can listen to the sounds of nature and the river below. Lower level has a full bath with laundry and another finished room with plenty of bookshelves. Spend the summers beside the inground pool. There is plenty of room to garden for both flowers and vegetables. Gorgeous property that must be seen. High speed fiber optic internet is in place. Lovely location above the pristine mill stream that has a non-maintained road along it to hike on. Must see
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This Single-Family in Whately, MA recently sold for $377,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Carla Ness - Delap Real Estate.


80 Long Plain Road, Whately, MA 01373

Single-Family

$325,000
Price
$377,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Home, Sweet Home! 3 BR, 1.5 bath Ranch set on just under an acre has more than a few OUTSTANDING features! Current owners have added a Delightful & Spacious 400 sq ft enclosed screened porch (2014) w/fir flooring – perfect for entertaining & adds a bit of luxury to every-day life! NEW roof 2014, Living room has fireplace w/antique mantel, basement level has a surprise, bonus Family Room (approx. 10 X 24) w/Maple Mirage flooring, workshop area, powerhouse wood stove (permit available). Primary Suite has private 1/2 bath, oak flooring added to living room & bedrooms, Town Water hooked up in 2011 - the well still services outdoor garden hoses so you will be watering your lawn for free! NEW heat pump water heater (2021), lighting and bathroom fixtures & all appliances replaced in duration of current ownership, Kitchen & hallway ceiling has been redone, kitchen counters & floors recently replaced. PLUS, Attached garage, sweet woodshed! Peaceful setting surrounded by nature & close to 1-91!

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Looking to list your house and maximize its value? Ultimately, a home selling timeline can make a world of difference, regardless of where your house is located.

A home selling timeline enables you to map out the home selling journey. Then, you can decide the best steps to ensure you can achieve your home selling goals as quickly as possible.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you craft an effective home selling timeline.

1. Set a Deadline

When do you want to be out of your current house and living elsewhere? Establish a home selling deadline, and you can determine how much time you have to navigate the home selling journey.

If you need to sell your home in a matter of weeks, you'll likely need to move quickly if you want to achieve the best-possible results. Thus, you'll need to make a plan to ensure you can promote your house to the right buyers and speed up the home selling process.

Conversely, if you have several months to sell your house, you may be able to take a gradual approach to listing and promoting your residence. In this scenario, it may be worthwhile to conduct a home inspection, identify any underlying home problems and address these issues. That way, you can perform assorted house improvements to boost the value of your residence.

2. Determine Your Budget

A home selling timeline and budget often go hand-in-hand, and for good reason. If you craft a home selling budget in conjunction with your timeline, you can ensure you have the necessary finances for expenses that may arise during the home selling journey.

For example, consider what may happen if a homebuyer identifies myriad home problems during an inspection. In this situation, a buyer may ask you to complete home improvements in order to move forward in the home selling process. And if you have already set aside funds for home improvements, you can complete these tasks and ensure you can stick to your home selling timeline.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

For home sellers, it generally helps to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional can help you create a successful home selling timeline and address a wide range of home selling hurdles.

A real estate agent understands the complexities of selling a house and will make it easy for you to make informed decisions throughout the home selling journey. He or she will teach you about the housing market and ensure you can establish a competitive initial asking price for your residence. Next, a real estate agent will promote your house to prospective buyers and help you review offers on your residence. And once you receive a fair homebuying proposal, a real estate agent will ensure you can quickly and effortlessly finalize a home sale.

Set up a timeline for selling your house – you'll be glad you did. If you use the aforementioned tips, you can establish an effective home selling timeline that guarantees you can optimize the profits from your home sale.


The neighborhood you live in has just as much to do with the value of your home as the features of the house itself. The right amenities in a community can increase the value of your home significantly. Read on to find out the most desirable features of any area.


Places To Walk


Whether it’s immaculate sidewalks, hiking trail, or parks, anywhere that you can be outdoors and walk easily increases the value of the nearby homes. This is because it’s great for families to get out, get some exercise, and not have to go very far. This feature can bring in anywhere from a few hundred to over a thousand dollars above your home’s asking price.  


Trees


We often take trees for granted, but trees that have grown up around a property can add some value to the home. Think of it in the context of, however natural a neighborhood is, the higher the value of the homes in it. Before you think about cutting down any trees around your house, consider the fact that grown trees can increase the cost of a home by up to 5%!


History


Neighborhoods that are surrounded by historic districts, landmark homes, or other places of historical interest have the higher value. For one, these are usually walkable neighborhoods. Second, your area has a story unlike any other. It’s a fun place to get out and explore. All homes in these historic districts aren’t ancient; you can find some newer construction homes in these areas, which means that there’s truly something for everyone! 


Dog Friendly


A dog-friendly neighborhood is a valuable neighborhood. People love places that they can take their dogs like dog parks. This especially holds true in the city where yard space is limited. Even better is a neighborhood where dogs can be seen in restaurants and coffee shops. If you can drive around the block and see people walking dogs everywhere, it’s a good bet that it’s dog-friendly! People love their pets and want them to be a part of the family, so they need to live in a place that allows them to do that. 


All The Essentials


If your neighborhood is near all of the essential things that people need on a daily basis, your home’s value may increase. Places like grocery stores, pharmacies, shopping malls, hospitals, and safety support services all play a role in improving the value of homes in a neighborhood.


A Sense Of Community


If a neighborhood has community groups, a neighborhood watch, or other organizations that help to bring about a community feel, your home may be a bit more valuable than you think it is.   




202 East St, Chesterfield, MA 01096

Single-Family

$449,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Gracious 1880s farmhouse is located on 5 lovely acres, which is only 20 minutes to downtown Northampton. First floor bedroom has an attached full bath, One upstairs bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and the other two bedrooms share a full bath with shower and jetted soaking tub. Formal living room has a fireplace and hardwood floors. Family room has tons of light. This home was previously used as a successful B&B. Fabulous enclosed porch overlooking back and side yard. Deck off of the kitchen has a fenced yard area at its feet for pets, etc. Large carriage shed is attached to the home. Office space or den with sunroom off of it. Laundry room/mudroom between kitchen and attached carriage shed.
Open House
Saturday
June 12 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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