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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 5/25/2017


70 Emmons St, Franklin, MA 02038

Rental

$900
Price

2
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Bright, clean, second floor apartment/studio available immediately. Includes plenty of storage space, refrigerator, stove, wall to wall carpeting and replacement windows. Great location for commuters. Parking included. Electric heat is tenant responsibility. All applicants must have good credit, proof of income and employment verification.
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Saturday
May 27 at 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM
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Location: 70 Emmons St, Franklin, MA 02038    Get Directions

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 5/24/2017


661 Main St, Millis, MA 02054

Condo

$370,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
The best opportunity to own a large Condex in Millis is now! This over-sized Condex unit features an expansive family room over the garage with a field stone fireplace, hardwood floors, built in wet bar and plenty of sunshine to enjoy the day. Multi-level floor plan leads you to the updated eat-in kitchen that opens up to a deck which looks out over a large fenced backyard and has a patio fire pit to relax by. The Master suite is over the garage and adjacent to the family room. Two additional bedrooms are part of the main house on the second floor with a full tile bathroom. Additional living space in the finished basement includes a third bathroom. Additional storage and utility rooms are in the basement. Propane heat, electric hot water tank, city water/sewer make this an affordable property to own. Central A/C units, smaller one needs replacement. Propane heat. This is a "lender approval required sale" and being sold "as is." No longer a short sale.
Open House
Sunday
May 28 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Owners will be moved out by Sunday. Thank you for your patience.
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Location: 661 Main St, Millis, MA 02054    Get Directions






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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 5/21/2017

Stunning high end townhouse available in desirable Hartwell Farms! This gorgeous end unit has over 40k+ in upgrades. You will love the dramatic 2 story foyer, 9 foot ceilings, gleaming hardwoods, elegant triple crown moldings, wainscotting, chair rail & stately columns. An open & inviting floor plan includes a generous living room w/ gas fp. The formal dining room has sliders to private deck w/ views of manicured grounds & gazebo. A large eat in kitchen w/ energy star stainless steel appliances, upgraded granite counters, maple cabinets & a exhaust fan that vents outside. Hardwood stairs lead to the spacious 2nd floor w/ a large master suite including a huge spa-like tiled walk in shower, double sinks, granite, separate water closet, & generous walk in closet. A spacious 2nd bedroom. Upgraded family bath. Great bonus room w/ a closet for den/bed/office. A large entertaining finished basement. Easy access Rt: 2/128/95. Bedford top schools! Walk to Chip-In Farm or enjoy the bike path!!

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 5/21/2017

NEW CONSTRUCTION | TO BE BUILT | 4 BED, 2.5 BATH, 2778 SQFT COLONIAL THAT MAKES A STATEMENT | EXCEPTIONAL BUILDER | 0.78 Acre Level Lot | 2-Car Attached Garage | Mudroom w/ Storage | Two-Story Open Foyer | Open Concept Design | Spacious Kitchen w/ Loads of Storage, Center Island, and Soft-Close Cabinetry | Granite Countertops in Kitchen and in All Three Baths | Expansive Family Room w/ Gas Fireplace | Formal Dining w/ Crown Molding, Chair Rail and Picture Window Wainscoting | Don't want a formal DR? - Make it an office instead | Hardwoods in Foyer, Kitchen, Family Room, Dining Room and on Staircase to 2nd Level | Huge Master Suite w/ His AND Her Walk-In Closets | Master Bath w/ Double Vanity and 5' Tiled Shower | 3 Additional Spacious Bedrooms | 2nd Floor Laundry | All Windows and Doors Finished w/ 3.5" Stafford Casing | Forced Hot Air/Gas - 2 Zones | Central AC - 2 Zones | Town Water | 5 MINUTES TO RT 495 | Generous Allowances | Projecting November Delivery - Move In for the Holidays!

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 5/21/2017

Most of us toss things into the trash without considering where it goes after. The fact that items end up in rivers, water supplies, the ocean, and landfills escapes us because throwing something into the trash is such a seemingly simple act. However, many common items throughout your home are considered household hazardous waste. The EPA defines household hazardous waste as products that can "catch fire, react, or explode under certain circumstances, or that are corrosive or toxic." The EPA, state and local government regulate the use, storage, and disposal of such materials. Improper disposal includes pouring them into the ground or down a drain, as well as throwing them out with the garbage. Learning which products you need to dispose of properly will help you and the environment. Read on to learn which products you might not realize shouldn't be thrown out with the trash, and how to properly dispose of those items.

Where do I dispose of __________?

  • Batteries  Anything in your home that is battery-powered is considered household hazardous waste. Batteries contain strong, corrosive acids that can harm us and the environment alike. There are many different types of batteries and disposal methods vary accordingly. Contact your local hazardous waste disposal site or bring small alkaline batteries to a recycling center than some stores have.
  • CFL light bulbs CFLs contain mercury and are therefore considered household hazardous waste. You can bring them to your local hazardous waste disposal site or bring them to a store that recycles CFL bulbs, such as The Home Depot. Just call first to make sure your local store participates.
  • Medication, needles, and lancets Many medications can be disposed of in the trash. However, prescriptions should be brought to a take-back facility. Check with your local law enforcement for a time and place to bring expired or unused medications. For sharps like needles and lancets, put them in a sharps container and ask your doctor about local disposal areas.
  • Pesticides and herbicides These chemicals can be dangerous to local plant and wildlife. They can also be flammable and should be disposed of at your local hazardous waste disposal site.
  • Ink cartridges Many stores will collect your used up ink cartridges and give you a discount on your next purchase. Other companies offer rebates for mailing in empty cartridges. Try your local Staples first.
  • Automotive liquids Fuel, oil, antifreeze, and other automotive liquids are all considered hazardous. Many auto parts stores accept used oil and other automotive liquids, or you can bring these items to your hazardous waste disposal site.
  • Household cleaners  Cleaning supplies like ammonia and drain cleaner contain harsh chemicals that may be considered hazardous in your area. If you can't use up the products, you could consider donating them to a local store or organization who could. Otherwise, check with your local hazardous waste disposal center to determine the best option.
  • E-waste (electronics waste) E-waste is growing more and more common with advancing technologies that are becoming outdated faster and faster. Many state and local governments regulate e-waste. Some stores, like Staples or Best Buy, accept electronics and electronic appliances for recycling but you should call before dropping your items off. Another option is to donate your working electronics to a place like Goodwill, Savers, or The Salvation Army.







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