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60 Fitzpatrick Rd, Grafton, MA 01519

Single-Family

$535,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
JUST REDUCED FOR A QUICK SALE! THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME! Spectacular custom Ranch so lovingly maintained and nicely set back on 6 acres of land will amaze for sure! You will love totally updated open concept Chef's Kitchen with massive quartz island loaded with cabinets and high end SS appliances. Sunny Dining Area with bay windows opens to a large 4 Season Sunroom and Living Room with custom built-ins and stylish gas insert. Enjoy your own summer resort! Just step out to a huge Trex deck and dip into a large gunite, self cleaning, salted heated pool with spa and waterfall, all remotely controlled for your comfort. Prof.finished Lower Level offers large Family/Media Room with slider to patio area, full Bath and Laundry. Do you like outdoor activities? Enjoy ice-skating, 6 hole synthetic putty green or baseball game right in your own yard! 2-story Pool House with full Bath great for storage.Lovely garden area with mature hazelnuts trees and blueberry plants. IT WON'T LAST! HURRY!
Open House
Saturday
June 15 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Beautifully upgraded and featuring top amenities,sprawling 3BR/3.5BA Ranch on over 6 acres of privacy with heated gunite salt water pool and Spa, gorgeous gardens, pool house with full bath, and so much more. Not a drive-by! Open House this Saturday 1-3pm! Don't miss it!!
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Location: 60 Fitzpatrick Rd, Grafton, MA 01519    Get Directions

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60 Fitzpatrick Rd, Grafton, MA 01519

Single-Family

$535,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
JUST REDUCED FOR A QUICK SALE! THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME! Spectacular custom Ranch so lovingly maintained and nicely set back on 6 acres of land will amaze for sure! You will love totally updated open concept Chef's Kitchen with massive quartz island loaded with cabinets and high end SS appliances. Sunny Dining Area with bay windows opens to a large 4 Season Sunroom and Living Room with custom built-ins and stylish gas insert. Enjoy your own summer resort! Just step out to a huge Trex deck and dip into a large gunite, self cleaning, salted heated pool with spa and waterfall, all remotely controlled for your comfort. Prof.finished Lower Level offers large Family/Media Room with slider to patio area, full Bath and Laundry. Do you like outdoor activities? Enjoy ice-skating, 6 hole synthetic putty green or baseball game right in your own yard! 2-story Pool House with full Bath great for storage.Lovely garden area with mature hazelnuts trees and blueberry plants. IT WON'T LAST! HURRY!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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116 Clubhouse Lane, Northbridge, MA 01534

Condo

$409,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
SPECTACULAR 3 Bedrooms & 3 full Baths END UNIT WITH TONS OF UPGRADES! Sunsplashed, this gorgeous townhouse boasts open floor plan w/cathedral ceilings in the kitchen, Dining and Family Rooms and leads to a private trex deck with beautiful views of the fairway. Gleaming hardwoods, custom interior paint, and upgraded GRANITE COUTERTOPS in the kitchen. GRANITE VANITIES. Superior layout with 2 large bedrooms on the first floor.Elegant FIRST MASTER SUITE w/private bath with Jacuzzi, double GRANITE vanities, shower and walk-in closet. Upper floor features spacious guest Bedroom, huge loft and full bath. Large basement with English windows with ample storage space. Within short walk to the Clubhouse &restaurant . Easy access to 122,140,146,495 and Mass Pike. YOUR NEW LIFESTYLE AWAITS YOU!! QUICK CLOSE AVAILABLE!
Open House
Sunday
June 09 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Great, sunny 3BR/3 full Baths End unit with First Floor Master Suite.Bring or send your Buyers! Thanks!
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Location: 116 Clubhouse Lane, Northbridge, MA 01534    Get Directions

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If you find a house that you want to own, there is no need to wait to submit an offer. Because the longer that you hesitate to make a proposal, the more likely it becomes that a rival homebuyer will swoop in and acquire your dream house.

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Purchase your perfect home – use the aforementioned steps, and you can make your homeownership dreams come true.




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