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New to the market and SO MUCH NEW TO SEE! Open Sunday!

ImageThis one is for YOU! Completely remodeled spacious home on the Worcester / Auburn line sits at the end of a dead end street offering a wonderful view! But wait until you see the inside! New hardwoods throughout the open main level that offers tons of natural light with the french door from the mudroom. BRAND NEW kitchen with granite and stainless steel! Additional pantry space! NEW first floor half bath with laundry! Upstairs you’ll find three full bedrooms with restored hardwoods and a NEW full bathroom. Master bedroom has a BONUS room through the restored french door. NO LACK OF SPACE HERE! Full dry walk-out basement, level back yard and vinyl siding. NEW roof, NEW electrical, NEW plumbing, NEW kitchen, NEW bathrooms! Easy highway access by 290 and Holy Cross! NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE-IN! Come see this home and fall in love with it! Make it yours today!

Check out the video walk through!  Click here to view on youtube!


For more information and pictures or to schedule a showing:

Mullen Real Estate

Amy Mullen, Realtor CPA CDPE MBA

Ann Mullen, Realtor CBR, Buyer Specialist


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Just listed on Indian Meadow Drive in Northborough!

March 17, 2018


Just listed! 87 Indian Meadow Drive in Northborough! This 3 bed, 2.5 bath cape is listed for $550k by Coldwell Banker.

Just listed on Torrey Lane Extension in Holden!

March 17, 2018


Just listed! 603 Torrey Lane Extension in Holden! This 2 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse is listed for $244,900 by RE/MAX.

Just listed on Banbury Lane in Holden!

March 17, 2018


Just listed! 58 Banbury Lane in Holden! This 3 bed, 2.5 bath colonial is listed for $459,900 by Coldwell Banker.

Just listed on Laurel Hill Lane in Holden!

March 17, 2018


Just listed! 31 Laurel Hill Lane in Holden! This 4 bed, 2 bath ranch is listed for $319,900 by Janice Mitchell.

How to Spring Clean If You’d Rather Play With Your Kids Instead!

March 16, 2018

By: Amy Howell Hirt

The key is to focus on the things your kids touch. Oh, and throw a party.

Ah, the guilt of parenthood: Your kiddos deserve real QT, but also a clean home.

Since there are only so many hours in a day, this spring cleaning plan hits the hot spots that tiny ones tend to find, so your fam can get back to the fun in a clean (if chaotic) space.

Clean Soft Surfaces

Kids are all over carpets, couch cushions, pillows, and duvets, and somehow even curtains (is that … peanut butter?).

These dirt-collecting materials need a deep-cleaning to get rid of allergy-causing dust, food particles, and all the general eww that little hands smear around.

Wash throws, pillow covers, and (most) pillows in the washer. Use a steam cleaner (or hire a pro) for carpet and upholstery. Some curtains may require dry cleaning (always a good idea to check the tag to see what the manufacturer recommends).

Then notice how your whole home feels and smells infinitely cleaner.

Involve Kids in a Purge Party:

Kids can accumulate a staggering amount of toys and doodads. Help them sort through what they can donate:

They’ll learn the value of decluttering, helping others, and taking care of a house. Also: less stuff.

“The benefit for parents is that they can spend more quality time with their children because they aren’t spending all of their time cleaning and organizing,” says Alyssa Trosclair, a professional organizer with Centsibly Organized.

Hit the Undersides of Tables, Counters:

Wipe off the bottoms of high-chair trays, the dining table, and the underside of countertops ledges, where sticky stuff often festers, missed during daily wipe-downs — but easily accessible to tiny hands.

While you’re at it, pull apart any tables with leaves and wipe down the cracks. You may find enough crumbs to make the grossest loaf of bread ever.

Clean Low-Lying Surfaces:

The track of a sliding door is a sterile place to stash your pacifier, right? Little ones sure think so.

Cleaning door thresholds, baseboards, as well as the lower portions of doors, walls, and furniture is important when you’ve got crawling and toddling hands in the household. Oh, and don’t forget the floor registers.

Do a Size Check on Winter Clothing:

Puffy coats, wool hats, scarves, gloves, and ginormous snow suits practically need their own house. And that’s not counting those 2-inch-thick sweaters. Purge the items you know won’t fit a fast-growing child next year, and clean the rest.

Because when the first big snowfall hits, kids won’t want to wait while you wash their crusty hat from last season.

Don’t Forget Door Knobs, Light Switches, Etc.:

Light switches, door knobs, cabinet handles, and remotes are some of the germiest places in your house. Cleaning them might be the most consequential to-do on your spring cleaning list.

Just listed on Odonnell Avenue in Shrewsbury!

March 15, 2018


Just listed! 80 Odonnell Avenue, Unit 80 in Shrewsbury! This 2 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse is listed for $449,900 by Aprilian Inc.

Just listed on Daniel Road in Shrewsbury!

March 15, 2018


Just listed! 8 Daniel Road in Shrewsbury! This 2 bed, 1 bath cape is listed for $275k by RE/MAX.

Just listed on Main Street in Northborough!

March 15, 2018


Just listed! Lot 1D Main Street in Northborough! This 0.93 acre lot is listed for $350k by LAER Realty.

Just listed on Thaddeus Mason Road in Northborough!

March 15, 2018


Just listed! 18 Thaddeus Mason Road in Northborough! This 4 bed, 2.5 bath colonial is listed for $599,900 by Coldwell Banker.

Just listed on Shays Lane in Holden!

March 15, 2018


Just listed! 2 Shays Lane in Holden! This 4 bed, 2.5 bath colonial is listed for $625k by Janice Mitchell.