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Check out this Updated Country Farmhouse in Leicester, MA!

September 14, 2018

This property on a tree lined country road is ready for you! New well! New septic! Large rooms and high ceilings provide a light and airy flow to this house. Great outdoor space with a wrap around farmer’s porch, flat yard and 3 bay garage. Great yard! Great commuter location! 3 bedrooms, an area over 1700 sq feet! Scroll down to take a interactive 3-D tour of this gorgeous property RIGHT NOW!


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Take a walk through this house right now!


July 7, 2012

It’s a balmy saturday morning and I have two new household members!  Check out Nolan and Edgar…these two mixed breeds pups are available for adoption through the Shepard Help and Rescue Effort and need a forever home!

They are about 4 months old and have received their shots.  They have tons of energy and are trying to be house trained.  If you or someone you know are interested in possibly adopting one or both of these two handsome guys, contact:

Shepard Help and Rescue
Cathy, Melissa or Kirsten

NOLAN:  He is quiet and more relaxed than Edgar.  Content to sit on your feet or chew on your toes but always ready for the next new thing!  He smiles when you talk to him and wags his tail when you’re walking towards him.  Very gentle boy!

EDGAR:  Absolutely the more dominant of the pair and loves to eat!  He is a growing boy and occasionally gets so excited he goes faster than his feet can carry him!  Big into playing with the ball and finding out what his brother is doing!

And since I donate to a rescue or shelter with each closing – if you refer someone who is looking to buy or sell to me because of this post then the donation will go directly to Shepard Help and Rescue

Night and Sugar need a new home

January 22, 2012

Patriot Siberian Husky Rescue ( have a new brother/sister pair that need a new home – they have lots of energy and want to be good dogs but have spent most of their 5 yrs outside.  As you can see from the video below – they are not used to being inside. If you have lots of time and patience – please contact an adoption coordinator through