Cheryl Deschenes | Plainville Real Estate, North Attleboro Real Estate, Wrentham Real Estate



111 Quail Creek Rd, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Single-Family

$569,900
Price

11
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to Quail Creek. Value packed home in country setting. This home is set in a comfortable neighborhood that has reasonable access to all major commuting routes. Impeccably kept home offers large, bright rooms that are in move in condition with many amenities offered in finer houses. Relax in the solarium with its own AC and heat in any season and enjoy the great outdoor views. Find yourself in nicely appointed family room with masonry fireplace equipped with clean and efficient wood pellet stove and listen to hard wired speakers by Polk. On the mid level there is a great room with vaulted ceilings and adjoining bedroom with full bath that can be used as an au pair suite or second master bedroom. 2n'd floor has a master suite with private bath that includes whirlpool tub double vanity and shower stall. Also 3 additional bedrooms and full bath round out 2n'd floor. Nicely appointed kitchen that makes cooking a pleasure with newer stainless steel appliances and tile floor.
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If you’re in a space with a small kitchen, you know that you face a lot of problems including not enough storage, minuscule amounts of prep space, and barely enough room for more than one person in the kitchen at a time. The layout of the room along with the design is what you must work with when you have a small kitchen. There are a few storage solutions that you can use to make your kitchen into a workable space.



Clear The Clutter


Do you have a lot of gadgets hanging around your kitchen that you aren’t using on a regular basis? If there’s no space to store them, perhaps you should consider getting rid of them. That ice cream maker that you may have thought was a good idea to purchase may sit unused, taking up space. You should store only the things you need, and get rid of any items that are just collecting dust. 


Use An Armoire Or Other Shelving Unit


Small kitchens often lack cabinet space. You can use items like armories and bookshelves to give yourself more storage space. Whether you need to store dishes, food items, or pots and pans, these unusual items can help to provide you big amounts of storage. You can even add your own shelves to kitchen walls. All of these ideas provide inexpensive, yet practical solutions to your kitchen storage woes. 


Find An Island


There are carts and other portable kitchen island units that exist to provide additional storage and prep space fro you. Many of these have fold-out counter space and drawers and cabinets. If you have some floor space in your small kitchen, this could be a great use of that space. 


Hang Your Things


No matter how small your kitchen is, you have some room to hang things. You can use hooks in various places in the kitchen whether it’s on a wall or under a shelf. All of your utensils and pots and pans have the ability to hang up somewhere. Give yourself some more storage room and maximize the space that you do have in the kitchen. There are various designs that you can make use of to hang pots and pans using hooks, racks, or even a hanging shelf. Hang your utensils strategically so they are within reach of your cooking area.


Work Upwards


Remember that you have a lot of space available over your head in most cases in a small kitchen. The more you can maximize vertical space, the better off you’ll be. You can place your least used items the highest up and work your way down. 


With the right techniques, storage space doesn’t have to be a huge issue in a small kitchen.



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What makes you happy? Do you love to sit and read? Or are you more of a hang-out-with-friends kind of homeowner? Regardless of what moves you, there's a way to create space for it in your own backyard. Even better -- you can increase your home's resale value in the process. Use these tips to inspire you:

Plant a Perennial Garden

Perennial gardens are low-maintenance, especially if you use plants such as purple coneflower or coreopsis that began life as hardy, native wildflowers. Plant once, and you'll enjoy blooms for years to come. And if you plant according to bloom-times, you can have flowers right up to frost. This option will scent the air beautifully, too. It may even help repel flies and mosquitos. The prettiest gardens combine plants with other features, such mulched walkways or small ponds filled with hardy goldfish, paradise fish or white cloud mountain minnows. 

Add a Hardscape

Hardscapes are the manmade features that complement your landscaping. They include rock walls, paved walkways, stone benches, concrete steps and more. All Hardscapes add elegance to your outdoor getaway, but they can also be functional by adding extra seating for guests.

Provide Shade

Mature, well-positioned shade trees such as maple or magnolia are always a selling point for future buyers. They can actually increase your home's resale value as much as 19 percent, says HGTV. So consider planting one or two if you have vast expanses of shadeless backyard. Position them away from foundations, wells and septic tanks so roots won't damage anything costly. Additionally, don't plant them where they will someday block the view to your home's entrance. And when you need immediate shade for yourself, consider adding a pretty pergola, arbor or gazebo.

Consider Fencing

Fencing is another home improvement that will send property values soaring. Metal and stone top the list of fencing materials that provide the biggest ROI, but they're also pretty costly to construct. If budget is a concern, consider blending the two into a fence that features occasional stone pillars or posts, joined by metal sections of fencing. 

Add Comfort

Most importantly, your outdoor getaway needs to provide a comfortable space for family and friends to congregate. This means investing in some nice-quality outdoor furniture such as chairs, sofas, and love seats to help everyone settle in. Purchase furniture that's made from materials easy to maintain, such as synthetic wicker, teak, concrete, stainless steel or aluminum. For upholstery, buy fade-resistant and waterproof fabrics. 

Additional tweaks to make your outdoor getaway more enjoyable include string lights, fire pits, an outdoor kitchen, a bubbling fountain, and outdoor art pieces made of mosaic tiles or driftwood sculptures. Whatever makes you happy, whatever inspires you -- these are the most important elements to include in your new backyard oasis. 


This Single-Family in Rehoboth, MA recently sold for $645,000. This Colonial,Farmhouse style home was sold by Cheryl Deschenes - WEICHERT, REALTORS® - Hunter Properties.


62 Cedar Street, Rehoboth, MA 02769

South Rehoboth

Single-Family

$645,000
Price
$645,000
Sale Price

14
Rooms
4
Beds
5
Baths
Country living with equestrian pleasure. 4000 + square foot home with space to relax. This home offers an open floor plan with over sized kitchen & eating area, fireplace dining room, living room, vaulted ceiling family room with a wet bar, full front farmers porch, rear deck with hot tub, partial finished basement. 5 bathrooms including private master bath.1s't floor master bedroom and 3 additional bedrooms. There is also a legal in-law residence that can easily be incorporated into single family. Outside find a beautiful gunite pool with finished patio and lounge area and cabana for pool use. 4 stall \barn and tack rm and there is an additional 2 stall barn. 2 paddocks on sight with license for 9 Horses. In addition this home has a back up generator for power outages. New 50 year roof. 7 zone air conditioning. In home office. All this and much more not mentioned here. This farm home is a must see. built for a total zest for life, live in and love it.

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Having a well-organized bathroom is a homeowner’s dream. To get your bathroom organized you just need a little time and effort, and the will to rid yourself of a few unnecessary items. 

Purge — Everyone has a tendency to over-purchase and overstock on bathroom products every once in a while. In order to really organize your bathroom items in a useable way you’ll need to pair-down to what you actually use. If you can’t make yourself give away the items you don’t really use, gather them in a storage container and put them in the back of the cabinet until you’re ready to purge them. Once you have all the items you use set aside you can further divide them to begin organizing. 

Organizers and Containers — When you know how much space and the type of items you need to store, you can determine what organizers to buy. Decide what items need to live on the counter or vanity and what items are best placed in drawers and cabinets.

With a couple simple steps, you can keep your products clean, organized, easy to use and put away again. Enjoy getting ready for work or to go out while saving on time and stress.




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