Real Estate in the Grafton MA Area | Barbara Rybicki - RE/MAX Executive Realty



320 East St, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$449,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WHY WAIT FOR NEW? Beautiful 2014 Colonial privately sited on 2 gorgeous acres adjacent to cul-de-sac neighborhood. Truly stunning and immaculate home features fresh interior paint, gleaming hardwoods and distinctive moldings. Gorgeous Cherry and Granite Kitchen loaded with Cabinets boasts large granite island and SS appliances. Elegant Formal Dining and Living Rooms with chair rail and crown moldings. Great Family Room with custom gas fireplace and cathedral ceiling offers nice flow perfect for year round entertaining. Step outside and relax on a large deck overlooking serene, wooded backyard. Luxurious Master Suite with granite double vanities, jetted-tub and large walk-in closet. First floor Laundry.Huge basement with daytime windows and ample storage space. Efficient propane gas heating and Central AC. Conveniently located near major highways. New septic system to be installed. Come and see your private oasis!
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This Condo in Grafton, MA recently sold for $339,900. This Townhouse style home was sold by Barbara Rybicki - RE/MAX Executive Realty.


10 Daffodil Ct, Grafton, MA 01560

Condo

$339,900
Price
$339,900
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning Longwood -End Unit at Pulte's Hilltop Farms is ready to move right in!! This gorgeous 3 Bedroom townhouse is privately situated on one of the best lots with woods to the back and front of the condo. Grand 2-story Foyer leads to the open living area featuring Maple and Corian Kitchen with Dining Area and sliders to the private deck overlooking woods. Gleaming hardwoods and rich moldings in the formal Dining Room. Sunny Living Room with gas fireplace and plush carpet. Gleaming hardwoods, and new carpets on the first floor.Elegant Master Suite with luxury Bath, corner tub, dual vanities and large walk-in closet. Luxury amenities, fresh interior paint and huge walk-out basement with large window and sliders ready for future expansion.This is the one you have been looking for! Don't miss it! First Open House Saturday, March 31st, 12-2pm!

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Keeping your house cool during the summer months is easy--just blast the air conditioner until autumn, right? Well, for most of us the steep increase in our summer electric bills make us hesitant to keep the air conditioner on more than necessary.

There are techniques and habits, however, that will help you keep your house cool without sweating your electric bill.

In this article, we’re going to break down several ways to lower the temperature in your house. Some will save you money immediately, others are long term solutions that will keep your bill low years down the road.

Investing for the future

Oftentimes, the best solutions are the ones that address the root causes. If your house receives a lot of sunlight, there are a few projects you can undertake now that will save you money for years to come.

First, making sure your home is air tight and well insulated will help you keep the cool air in and the warm air out. Insulation and weatherstripping are easy to neglect, since they’re mostly out of sight and mind. However, the work they do and the pennies they’ll save you in heating and AC will add up over the years.

Next, if you do use an air conditioner, make sure it’s energy efficient. Many people use years-old air conditioners that waste a lot of electricity. Determine if your unit should be replaced or maintenanced--spending some money on your air conditioner now will save you in the long run.

Other, lesser-known, methods of cooling your home involve altering the exterior of your home. You can do this by planting trees in strategic areas to give shade to your home. Or, you can paint your home a brighter color and use reflective roof paint that will reduce the amount of light absorbed on sunny days. This is also true for driveways, where dark colored asphalt will absorb more heat than bright colored concrete.

Simple cooling tips

If you’d rather make short-term changes to your house to lower the temperature now, we have several pieces of advice:

  • Open your blinds and windows at night, when the outdoor temperature drops below the indoor temperature, and then close them in the morning before you leave for work.

  • Limit daytime appliance use. Your laundry machine, dishwasher, and oven all give off a lot of heat that can make your house hotter than need be. Wait until the sun goes down and until you can open the windows in your kitchen and laundry room before starting your chores. Cooking outside and having cold prepared meals is a good way to limit oven use in the summer months.

  • Change or clean your air conditioner filters. Old and dirty filters make your until work harder than it needs to.

  • Try the ice and fan trick. Put a large bowl of ice in front of your fan to chill and moisten the air it gives off. This is especially nice if you don’t like the dry, sterile feeling of air-conditioned rooms.

  • Keep the lights off and use high efficiency bulbs, such as LEDs.

  • Create a draft by opening a downstairs window slightly on one side of the house and opening fully an upstairs window on the other side of the house.

  • Make sure your ceiling fan is blowing down, or counter-clockwise.

  • Use awnings to let light into your home while avoiding direct sunlight from heating up the house.



320 East St, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$459,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WHY WAIT FOR NEW? Beautiful 2014 Colonial privately sited on 2 gorgeous acres adjacent to cul-de-sac neighborhood. Truly stunning and immaculate home features fresh interior paint, gleaming hardwoods and distinctive moldings. Gorgeous Cherry and Granite Kitchen loaded with Cabinets boasts large granite island and SS appliances. Elegant Formal Dining and Living Rooms with chair rail and crown moldings. Great Family Room with custom gas fireplace and cathedral ceiling offers nice flow perfect for year round entertaining. Step outside and relax on a large deck overlooking serene, wooded backyard. Luxurious Master Suite with granite double vanities, jetted-tub and large walk-in closet. First floor Laundry.Huge basement with daytime windows and ample storage space. Efficient propane gas heating and Central AC. Conveniently located near major highways. New septic system to be installed. Come and see your private oasis!
Open House
Sunday
May 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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This Single-Family in Grafton, MA recently sold for $400,000. This Contemporary,Split Entry style home was sold by Barbara Rybicki - RE/MAX Executive Realty.


1 Old Westboro Road, Grafton, MA 01519

Single-Family

$385,000
Price
$400,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
This stunning contemporary split level home boasts an open concept floor plan. Beautifully updated kitchen with center island, granite counters, stainless appliances and ceramic tile flooring. Soaring cathedral ceiling with skylights and dramatic floor to ceiling brick fireplace add architectural detail to this lovely home. Skylights and trapazoid windows offer plenty of light to this wonderful open space. Included in this floor plan is a master bedroom with full bath and two additional bedrooms. Located in the lower level is a large finished family room and office. Exceptional brick walk way and welcoming circular stairway add curb appeal. This home is in a great commuter location minutes to the Mass Pike, Route 495, 140, 146, N. Grafton commuter train, Tufts and nearby to Westborough. Property will be connected to town sewer prior to closing. Showings begin @ Open House: Sunday 3-25 12-2 pm.

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