Christine Powers - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Cohasset



Posted by Christine Powers on 1/17/2020

This Single-Family in Cohasset, MA recently sold for $800,000. This Cape style home was sold by Christine Powers - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Cohasset.


14 Holly Ln, Cohasset, MA 02025

Single-Family

$819,000
Price
$800,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
This home is not a flip. An unexpected job opportunity has relocated sellers. Located a quiet cul de sac off of Pond St, & walking distance to the Village, these sellers have renovated this home w/ the intent of living here a lifetime. New windows, new roof, cedar impressed vinyl shingles, wood plank porcelain tile flooring & new kitchen, designed & installed by Hingham Lumber, just begin to tell the story. A first floor master bedroom en suite, ship lap family room, fire placed living room & dining room, and a most inviting sunroom complete the first floor. The 2nd floor offers a second master BR w/romantic fireplace & full bath, plus 2 additional bedrooms. New custom blinds throughout. Tastefully renovated for the past 5 months, with class, charm & pride. A beautiful private & flat yard w/ 2 rear decks complete the home. Be the lucky recipient of this "labor of love" You will no be disappointed. This home is the definition of comfort and family. 100% move in ready!!!

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Posted by Christine Powers on 1/16/2020

This Condo in Cohasset, MA recently sold for $455,000. This Detached style home was sold by Christine Powers - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Cohasset.


39 Beechwood Street, Cohasset, MA 02025

Beechwood

Condo

$460,000
Price
$455,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/2
Full/Half Baths
Totally updated and move in ready condo with upscale sophisticated finishes and open floor plan. This second floor corner unit in one of Cohasset's former Mansions is situated on large sweeping landscaped lot with sidewalks to Cohasset Village. Stunning kitchen with granite counter tops, custom built-ins, breakfast bar, and stainless steel appliances. Gleaming hardwood floors and updated fixtures throughout. Large sun filled open living space with beautiful marble tile fireplace includes a separate bonus room perfect for dining or home office. Large deck off main living level overlooks the professionally landscaped yard. Master bedroom has private powder room and beautiful arched window/door leading to balcony. Generous second bedroom with closet and sliders to balcony. In unit laundry, central air and new HW heater. All three bathrooms have been updated. Low condo fees. Assigned one car garage and additional off street parking. Convenient to Harbor, Route 3A and commuter train.






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Posted by Christine Powers on 1/14/2020

Photo by Andrey Bryzgalov via Shutterstock

Weíve learned to use voice controls in our cars for hands-free calling, but what about in our homes? Alexa, Google Assistant, Echo and Siri are for more than simply using your voice to switch on the lights or control the temperature. Here are more ways to control your home with the sound of your voice.

Vacuum or Mop

With a robotic mop or vacuum controlled by your device or remotely from your smartphone, you can wipe up spills or clean up the pet hair while youíre at work.

Power Usage

Appliances plugged into outlets use a surprising amount of power throughout the day. But if your device connects to a smart power strip, you can turn off individual outlets from a distance. That way, the slow cooker starts right on time but doesnít waste power all day. Or set outlets on a timer so that your bedroom fan turns on just before bedtime, or the television automatically shuts off when itís time for the kids to go to sleep.

Activate a Digital Butler

When youíre at home and can get to it, youíll answer the door. But what if your 9-year-old lost their keys and canít get in after school. Or youíre in the kitchen kneading bread when your mother-in-law pops over. You can see whoís there or open the door with your smart device and a smart lock on the door. Now, when the package arrives, you can arrange for internal delivery. Let your buddies in without missing the big play. Itís all under your command. You can even lock the door just in case you forgot before you went to bed. Call out and let your voice handle it.

Retrofitting your home to be a smart home can increase its value, so be sure your agent knows all the things your home can do.




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Posted by Christine Powers on 1/7/2020


180 Border St, Scituate, MA 02066

North Scituate

Single-Family

$2,490,000
Price

19
Rooms
6
Beds
5/1
Full/Half Baths
This gracious turn of the century English Country Estate located on the edge of Cohasset is set on 2 beautifully landscaped private acres complete with in-ground pool, woodland pond with waterfall & carriage house/barn. A home with refined taste for the discriminating buyer, this property has been lovingly maintained throughout the years. Most recently it has undergone a complete renovation to create the perfect blend of modern-style living while maintaining its authentic period details. All new systems include smart home technology. 6 bedrooms most en suite with luxury baths. Gourmet kitchen with Viking appliances & butler's pantry opens to a family room with double sided fireplace. Stunning lower level provides more casual entertaining space complete with a home gym, steam room, mudroom entrance with dumbwaiter & 2nd kitchen perfect for entertaining close to the pool. 3rd floor bonus room & 2 additional bedrooms. Close distance to Harbor & Village and easy commute to Boston by train.
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January 12 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Posted by Christine Powers on 1/7/2020

Photo by Lauren Fleischmann on Unsplash

Whether you need to hang bath towels in the bathroom or hand towels in the kitchen, a towel rack is an awesome thing to have around. And it is even better if made custom to suit your tastes and elevate the look of your home. For even more brownie points, you can make the towel rack yourself — and all it takes is some old picture frames and a little bit of elbow grease. Ready to start this fun project? Follow these seven easy steps.

1. Gather Your Tools & Materials

To create your custom towel rack, you will need:

  • 7 Old picture frames in various sizes
  • 1/2-inch screws
  • Drill
  • Screwdriver
  • Wood filler
  • Plastic wall anchors
  • Paint and brushes
  • 220-grit sandpaper
  • Old newspaper
  • Hanger
  • 2. Mock Up Your Design

    Working on the ground, mock up the design for your picture frame towel rack. Start with the largest frame in the center, as that will be used to secure the completed towel rack to the wall. You should have the frames overlap enough that you can secure each one together using two screws.

    3. Screw the Frames Together

    After finalizing your custom design, use your drill to create pilot holes for your screws. Then, screw the frames together, one by one, being careful to avoid cracking the wood. Cover the tops of the screws with wood filler, creating a seamless surface.

    4. Sand & Paint the Frames

    With the frames assembled, sand down the exterior surfaces to scuff up the finish. This will help the paint stick to the surface. Then, put down newspaper and place your frames on top. Use your paintbrushes to apply a new coat of paint in your desired color. Allow the initial coat to dry for four hours, then repeat. Allow the second coat to fully dry overnight, though 24 hours is better.

    5. Add a Hanger to the Back

    Unless your central picture frame already has a hanger, you will need to add one to the back to create a solid mounting point. If your towel rack is a bit on the large side, consider using two mounting points to give it enough strength when the extra weight of the towels are added.  

    6. Mount the Rack on the Wall

    Put the towel rack against the wall to find your preferred installation point. Remember to account for the length of the towels when they are folded over the bottom edges of the frames. Then, drill a hole, or two if you have dual hangers, in the wall, big enough for the plastic anchor.

    Use the handle of your screwdriver to tap the plastic anchor into the holes you just made. Then, add a screw to each plastic anchor and secure them almost all the way down with your screwdriver. With those in place, you can then hang the towel rack from the screws in the wall.

    7. Add Towels & Enjoy

    After securing your towel rack to the wall, you just hang your towels to complete this project. You can then go about your business, secure in the knowledge that you always have a towel close at hand when you need one.




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