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Posted by TLC Real Estate on 9/24/2020


10 Shipyard Drive, Hingham, MA 02043

Condo

$549,000
Price

4
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Great unit, amazing price!!! Escape ordinary in this new waterfront condominium community in vibrant Hingham Shipyard. This spacious 4th floor one bedroom one bath unit offer sweeping water views, open living area and kitchen, washer and dryer, Bosch appliances, soaring ceilings and tons of light. Brio is the South Shore's premiere luxury condominium opportunity featuring such amenities as Concierge service, indoor storage, outdoor raised garden terrace with grills & a fire-pit, dog washing station, storage unit and so much more. Enjoy the convenient "Shipyard Lifestyle" which includes restaurants, grocery stores, banks, a movie theater, work out facilities and just steps to the ferry into Boston,..all within walking distance. Live like you are on vacation everyday at Brio!
Open House
Sunday
September 27 at 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
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Posted by TLC Real Estate on 9/18/2020

Whether you’re shopping for your first house or your next house, finding a listing you love is exciting. You browse the pictures, check out the property facts, share the link to your significant other, and maybe even schedule a showing.

With the exciting prospect of owning a new home that has all or many of the features you’re looking for, it can be easy to forget about certain details that matter. Most of us look for similar things in a house--close proximity to work, enough bedrooms, an upgraded kitchen, and so on.

In this article, we’re going to give you a list of things to investigate about the house you’re looking at to get a better idea of whether or not it’s the perfect match for you and your family.

1. Re-read the listing

If you’re like me and get lost in the photos of a home and forget to make note of the details, be sure to go back and check out the listing a second time. It will likely give you important details of the house that you overlooked on your initial visit.

Look for things like the year the house was built, information of the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system, and the total acreage of the lot and square footage of the home. These things are hard to accurately represent in the listing’s pictures, but will likely be important to your decision of whether or not you should view the home.

2. Do your online research

The number of things you can learn about a home and neighborhood on the internet is astounding. We suggest that before you go to visit a home, you spend 10-20 minutes on Google researching the following topics:

  • School district ratings. If you have or plan to have school-aged children, you’ll want to know what your options are for your child’s education. It’s often a good idea to check out the local schools’ websites to see what

  • Commute times. With Google Maps and similar sites, you can plan out what your new commute will be and see how long it will take. You might find different routes that will save you time or avoid traffic (we could all use those extra few minutes in bed every morning). Google Maps isn’t always accurate when it comes to morning traffic estimates, but it’s a good place to start.

  • Amenities. Having moved into a neighborhood that has no grocery stores within a 20-minute drive, trust me--you’ll want to know what’s in the area. Use Google Maps to find stores, gas, schools, parks and trails, hospitals, and other things you’ll want close by.

  • Street view. While we’re on Google, use street view to take a remote look around the neighborhood. You’ll be able to see how the infrastructure looks--if the neighborhood is taken care of and if there are sidewalks that offer a safe place to walk or jog.

  • Crime ratings. Don’t get too caught up in this section. Crimes happen everywhere, but this is a good way to see if the area you’re moving to is a safe place

3. Don’t be afraid to ask questions

If, after all of your online research, you decide you want to go view a home, don’t be shy when you arrive. It’s understandable that you wouldn’t want to be a burden in someone else’s home. But remember--if you’re considering living there someday you’ll want to know as much as possible before making an offer.

Test the plumbing, ask about average utilities, and don’t be afraid to introduce yourself to neighbors and ask them questions about the community. The more you know, the better. Happy sleuthing!





Posted by TLC Real Estate on 9/17/2020

This Condo in Hingham, MA recently sold for $830,000. This Mid-Rise style home was sold by - TLC Real Estate.


10 Shipyard Drive, Hingham, MA 02043

Condo

$885,000
Price
$830,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Penthouse home with dramatic windows and exceptionally high ceilings now ready for occupancy! Escape ordinary in this new waterfront condominium community in the vibrant Hingham Shipyard. If you dream of soft sea breezes and stunning waterfront living, this is the home for you. If you’re looking for single-level living and a beautifully appointed home, look no more. Hingham’s only new condominiums directly on the water, Brio is just steps from the ferry to Boston and right in the heart of the Hingham Shipyard’s relaxed lifestyle. No wonder Brio is the South Shore’s premiere luxury condominium opportunity.

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Tags: Real Estate   Hingham   Condo   02043  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by TLC Real Estate on 9/17/2020

This Single-Family in Pembroke, MA recently sold for $605,000. This Cape style home was sold by - TLC Real Estate.


335 Center St, Pembroke, MA 02359

Single-Family

$589,000
Price
$605,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This beautiful contemporary cape sparkles like new! Built in 2011 it has many high end finishes and custom detailing throughout. The open floor plan starts with a spacious entryway opening up to the large living room, the kitchen with a double island and a sun drenched dining area off the deck. Vaulted ceilings are lofted through to the second floor ceiling letting in beautiful light. The first floor also has a formal dining room, a private office and a half bath with washer and dryer .Upstairs the master suite has full bath , double vanity and large walk in closet. Three more bedrooms and an additional full bath complete the second floor. A second stairway leads from the upstairs into the kitchen. An over sized garage and full basement offer extra storage. Other features include central air, tank less hot water heater, Azek deck and stone patio with built in fire pit. Out front relax on the beautiful Azek farmers porch surrounded by pretty stone walls and landscaped gardens.

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Posted by TLC Real Estate on 9/15/2020


38 NORTH STREET, Hingham, MA 02043

Rental

$3,400
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Amazing downtown Hingham 2nd floor apartment, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1600 square feet, stainless steel appliances, updated countertops, open floor plan, recessed lighting, great natural light, private entrance, hardwood floors throughout, walk-in closet in master, gas fireplace, harbor view, washer and dryer in unit, full walk up attic with tons of storage. Walk to Tosca, Tosca Cafe, Liberty Grill, Hingham Harbor, downtown shopping, Fruit Center, train, Hingham Shipyard and the boat to Boston is 1.5 miles away. One dedicated parking space outside the door and plenty more across the street. Available 11/1, A MUST SEE!
Open House
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