Single-Family – 10 Hidden Ln Mansfield, MA 02048 now has a new price of $439,900!

Expanded raised ranch on a cul-de-sac, Spacious family room with plenty of room for the whole family, Updated kitchen with granite countertops, tile backsplash, recessed lights and hardwood flooring open to the living room with picture window hardwood floors, 1st floor offer and additional 3 bedrooms with hardwood flooring and full bath, Lower level ideal for potential inlaw with full bath, bedroom and large great room. central air on 1st floor, 3 zone heat, oversized heated 2 car garage, double tier deck off the kitchen to pool and rear yard, a great house for the expanded family. Seller will entertain all reasonable offers, OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 12NOON-2PM

This is a Raised Ranch style home and features 8 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 0.69 Acres, and is currently available for $439,900.

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Single-Family – 342 SPRING ST Wrentham, MA 02093 is now new to the market!

*** Brand New Colonial** with 4.82 acres of land and 2900 sq.ft. of living space. Long Stone Wall along the driveway that directs you to this 9 Room, 4 Bedroom and 2-1/2 Baths house that has it all. A Open Floor Plan! Kitchen with granite counters

This is a Colonial style home and features 9 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 4.82 Acres, and is currently available for $644,900.

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New Home? Time to Change the Locks!

If you are a new homeowner and haven’t changed your locks yet, then you should strongly consider doing so as soon as possible.  You  have no way of knowing who holds keys to your new home.  Thankfully, there are really cheap ways to go about accomplishing this.  Hiring a locksmith to come into your home and change the locks can be expensive, but is an option if you are pressed for time.  However, you can take your locks to a local locksmith shop and have them changed for a fraction of the price.

If you have different keys for different doors, you can use this as an opportunity to make all of your locks match.  Additionally, you can choose to purchase knobs and deadbolts that suit your decorative flair a little more.  Sets can be ordered online, or through your local hardware store.  Styles like egg-shaped bronze, handle pulls, oil-rubbed bronze, and riverwind doorknobs can add a touch of personality to what can ordinarily be a home fixture easily looked past.

After refitting your home with new locks, be sure to pay attention to the placement of your new keys.  Wait until you get to know your neighbors a little better before you leave a spare key with them.  Until you become a part of the neighborhood, keep a spare key handy, but hidden.  Hideaway rocks, potted plants, and magnets can all be employed as a good hiding place, provided they aren’t too conspicuous-looking.