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Posted by Hillman Homes on 9/19/2018

As summer winds down, some of you may be worried that you missed the best opportunity to buy or sell, as the spring market typically lasts from March to June. Don't fret! This may actually be the perfect time for you to scope out your dream home or take advantage of that natural curb appeal (who doesn't love autumn foliage?) Check out this article below for more details and give us a call so we can get you started!

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Posted by Hillman Homes on 9/18/2018

This Condo in Woburn, MA recently sold for $763,624. This Townhouse style home was sold by - Hillman Homes.


100 Baldwin Avenue, Woburn, MA 01801

Condo

$705,000
Price
$763,624
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
ONLY 4 UNITS LEFT!!. All of the units include 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a private garage space. Each unit has a private patio or deck depending on the location of the unit. Each unit has a full basement that can be finished. These tastefully appointed townhomes feature spacious open floor plans with high ceilings, economical gas heat and in-unit laundry. A cooks delight awaits in our beautifully designed kitchens with stainless steel appliances, solid wood cabinets and granite countertops. Bathrooms offer your choice of solid wood vanities with granite tops, ceramic tiled floors & stylish subway tiles in the tub area. Select your choice of cabinets, granite, paint colors from the builders palette. Unit 30 is style B

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Posted by Hillman Homes on 9/17/2018


161 Forbes Rd, Braintree, MA 02184

Commercial

$1,600
Price

1
Buildings
Office
Type of Comm.
17,424.00
Lot Size
Sublet office space, current lease ends May 31, 2019. Option to continue with new lease after with landlord. Great open space with 940 sq ft on the 1st floor. Plenty of parking. Forbes Business Center is a three building office campus totaling 158,374 SF.Building amenities include a new fitness center, full cafe, and conference center. Great location: at the intersection of Route 128 and Route 37 (exit 6), and one exit south of I-93 and Route 3. It located 10 minutes away from Boston and Logan Airport. Direct access to I-93 and I-95. Within walking distance of South Shore Plaza and and South Shore Place and other great amenities.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Hillman Homes on 9/17/2018

Available 10/1. Sunny 4th floor walk-up apartment in fabulous tree line street in the Fenway. This spacious 1 bedroom has hardwood floors, high ceilings, lots of natural light, and big closet space. Enjoy gas cooking. Rent includes heat and hot water. Laundry available in the basement. Parking space currently rented from the building for around $200/month. **Key rental notes: No dogs allowed in this building. Tenant must be employed with good credit, Landlord will do not accept co-signers. Tenant to pay 1 month rental fee.

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Posted by Hillman Homes on 9/17/2018

In times of rising temperatures and growing concerns of climate change, many of us are looking for small ways we can make a difference in our everyday lives. What better place to start than your own home?

It can be overwhelming to plan drastic eco-friendly changes to your home. That’s why we’ve broken these tips down room-by-room so that you can make changes in just one area and then build from there. Starting small will help you see your environmentally-minded project through to the finish.

Read on for tips for each room of your home to make your life more eco-friendly.

Bedroom

We’ll start with a small and easy one: the bedroom. Odds are your bedroom isn’t hogging too much power or creating a lot of waste. However, there are a few small changes you can make that will help you save some money while helping out the environment.

If your bedroom tends to get chilly at night, try using insulating curtains to help keep the cool air from slipping in through the windows. Similarly, on hot days close the curtains at peak sunlight hours to keep the bedroom cool. This small change could save you from having to turn up the heat or air conditioner when you enter your room each night.

The next time you clean out your closet, bring your items to a local thrift store or charity drop-off. You can even ask for a receipt which will make your donation tax-deductible. This way your clothes can extend their lives and stay out of a landfill a bit longer, and you’ll be helping out someone who could use the clothing.

Kitchen

Kitchen appliances offer a lot of opportunity for energy and water waste. When shopping for appliances, seek out appliances that meet Energy Star standards.

When it comes to water, forego the plastic bottles and buy a glass or metal refillable water bottle. Tap filters can greatly improve the taste, and you might find after a few days that you don’t even notice the water tasting differently.

Consider composting kitchen scraps in a composting bin. You can later use this for fertilizing plants in your yard and garden. And, finally, be sure you’re recycling all of your empty food and beverage containers.

Living Room

Is your living room your entertainment center? If so, many of your devices, like cable boxes and streaming media devices, might continue running on “standby mode” wasting electricity. To prevent this, simply plug all of your devices into a power strip and turn it off at night.

Bathroom

Start by using refillable hand soap containers rather than buying a new one each time you run out. This will save you a lot of money in the long run and save you trips to the store as well.

If your hot water takes a long time to heat up and you find yourself running the tap often, consider installing a recirculating water pump in your bathroom.

House-wide improvements

To save on electricity throughout the house, make sure you’re using compact fluorescent bulbs and only keeping the lights on when you’re in the room.

When cleaning, try using non-toxic cleaners or making your own from solutions of water, vinegar, and citrus essentials.