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Posted by Landmark, Realtors on 5/22/2019

This Single-Family in Westfield, MA recently sold for $347,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Landmark, Realtors.


46 Cardinal Ln, Westfield, MA 01085

Single-Family

$349,000
Price
$347,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Well maintained Colonial in desired Munger Hill area is a great family home. Home features Hardwood floors on first floor large eat in kitchen with Center Island. French doors to back deck overlooking the prized rose gardens. Large family room with gas fireplace and sliding doors that open to front living room with bay window. A formal dining room with paneled walls and large bay window, 1st Floor Laundry and a nice half bath complete the first floor. Second level offers Master Bedroom w/Master Bath, with 3 more Bedrooms and Full Bath.Tankless Hot water heater Spacious Yard, Irrigation, Perennial Gardens. Large Trex deck Located all within a short walk to Munger Hill School, close to Columbia Greenway Bike Path, Shopping & More.

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Posted by Landmark, Realtors on 5/21/2019

This Single-Family in Springfield, MA recently sold for $157,900. This Colonial style home was sold by - Landmark, Realtors.


26 Trillium St, Springfield, MA 01108

Single-Family

$157,900
Price
$157,900
Sale Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1
Baths
INVITING 4 Bedroom Colonial. Stained Glass with Oval Front Door will welcome you. Inside, you will find the Oversized Living Room, Formal Dining Room with built in hutch and Cherry Kitchen w/eating area plus a spacious pantry Wood Floors throughout and lots of natural woodwork and raised panel doors. Double sided stairs from living room or Kitchen to second floor and Walk up third floor attic. You are sure to love Stained Glass Accents. Circuit Breakers, Gas Heating, Gas Hot Water and Newer Architectural House Roof. Enjoy your added wrap around front porch, second floor porch,15 X 20' rear deck and fenced back yard. Convenient to restaurants, services, fitness and super markets in nearby East Longmeadow. Also, on a bus line with easy access to highways, schools and downtown.

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Posted by Landmark, Realtors on 5/21/2019

A fire pit can go a long way in affording homeowners the luxury of the comfortable outdoor living they want. It provides an avenue to bond with loved ones, sharing intimate moments and even be one with nature. There is a lot to enjoy when you decide to fit a fire pit in your yard. However, just like everything, installing a fire pit should be approached with considerate caution. This is especially true if you are a fan of do-it-yourself methods.

Here are some ways to ensure that your fire pit is in the best possible condition when being installed in your home:

Use the best materials

Whether you are settling for a fixed or portable fire pit, don't let the thought of acquiring something inferior and cheap cross your mind. Cheap materials put you at risk of starting a disastrous fire which could damage your properties and even harm people. Go for quality; it's worth it!

Keep a safe distance

Ideally, a fire pit should be at least 10 meters away from any structure or neighboring yard. Proper positioning will help in curtailing the spread of fire to combustible parts of your yard like bushes and fences.

No flammable materials around

The fire pit should be placed on a non-flammable surface, preferably patio blocks or concrete. Also, be sure to pick up any materials around the fire pit that can quickly catch fire like dried leaves, paper bags, and the like. 

Fire pits shouldn't be placed on wooden decks or directly on the grass. It's best to keep them in the open. That is, don't consider putting them beneath low hanging tree branches or under a covered porch. Not only will low-hanging tree limbs or deck roofs be a fire hazard, but they also trap smoke around the fire pit making it less enjoyable for you and your guests.

Remove the vegetation

Landscaped yards will, most likely, have grasses and shrubs lying around. Of course, they add to the aesthetics of the yard. However, after selecting the spot for the fire pit, the vegetation around it should be removed. If no combustible materials are accessible, the fire has no chance of spreading.

Get the right depth

Ideally, the pit should be, at least, 6 inches deep and 2 feet wide. Having a fire pit of this dimension allows the structure to contain embers. After fitting the fire pit, pile dirt or rocks around it to stop fire spread.

Have a garden hose and fire extinguisher handy

Fire is a surprising element that can go out of hand at any time. For extra safety, keep a source of water, preferably a garden hose, nearby. With it, you can extinguish any escaping fire before it becomes something big to deal with.

There you go! While you plan to share special moments with people around your fire pit, remain safe. A quality fire pit will serve you and your family for years to come.




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Posted by Landmark, Realtors on 5/15/2019

This Single-Family in Springfield, MA recently sold for $175,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Landmark, Realtors.


26 Montclair St, Springfield, MA 01104

East Springfield

Single-Family

$174,900
Price
$175,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
You'll fall in love with this updated, well kept 6 room, 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath Colonial. The 4 season front porch could be your office, exercise room or playroom & opens to the large living room w/hardwood floors. Updated kitchen with loads of cabinets, storage, ceramic floor & stainless appliances. Updated powder room. The dining area has sliders to the large deck w/bench seating, pool, fenced yard & garage. The full bath was gutted & completely remodeled. 2nd floor bedrooms & hallway have hardwood floors under the carpeting (apo). Spacious master bedroom w/double deep closet. Newer vinyl siding & insulated windows. Roof with one layer over plywood. Newer interior doors. Re-built chimney. Circuit breakers, economical gas heat & hot water. Basement walls have been sealed and painted to prevent future seepage (APO). Ceilings & walls were very well insulated & owner states the heating costs are low. Schedule your appointment today.

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Posted by Landmark, Realtors on 5/15/2019


193 Sumner Ave, Springfield, MA 01108

Forest Park

Condo

$254,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Just "up the hill" from MGM and all amenities is this magnificent rare 3 bedrm, 3.5 bath Condo in desirable Historic Forest Park near tennis, swimming, zoo & concerts in the park. Spacious custom built w/marble entrance leading to gorgeous spacious open dining rm & living rm w/fireplace & palladium window. You'll love the large dining area w/wainscott in the sunny kitchen w/cherry cabinets, ss appliances, breakfast bar, lav & laundry. BOASTS 3 elegant Master bedrooms (2 on 2nd flr and one on the 3rd flr) all with there own beautiful baths. Full basement, gas utilities, central air & vac. 2 car garage. Luxury living and close to BB Hall of Fame, symphony, dining and more.
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Location: 193 Sumner Ave, Springfield, MA 01108    Get Directions

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