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68 Cote road, Monson, MA 01057

Single-Family

$279,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully maintained Raised Ranch on country road. The owner has done a tremendous amount of work to this home. Newer roof, siding, windows,new kitchen, new baths,all new wood flooring, professionally painted interior. Great room with cathedral ceilings , brick fire place, beautiful floors. Beautiful Maple Cabinets with granite countertops. Owner put an addition on house which allowed for 3 large bedrooms with a beautiful large full bath. Tons of closet space. Basement is finished with 2 rooms, 1/2 bath, laundry room. Solid wood doors. 1 car under garage with additional basement storage. This is a great house for entertaining.
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Sunday
October 20 at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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68 Cote road, Monson, MA 01057

Single-Family

$289,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully maintained Raised Ranch on country road. The owner has done a tremendous amount of work to this home. Newer roof, siding, windows,new kitchen, new baths,all new wood flooring, professionally painted interior. Great room with cathedral ceilings , brick fire place, beautiful floors. Beautiful Maple Cabinets with granite countertops. Owner put an addition on house which allowed for 3 large bedrooms with a beautiful large full bath. Tons of closet space. Basement is finished with 2 rooms, 1/2 bath, laundry room. Solid wood doors. 1 car under garage with additional basement storage. This is a great house for entertaining.
Open House
Sunday
October 20 at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 68 Cote road, Monson, MA 01057    Get Directions

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10 Margaret Street, Monson, MA 01057

Single-Family

$129,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
House waiting to be brought back to life. Nice house with very convenient location to town center and schools. Home offers 3 bedrooms, nice size living room. House is in need of updates so bring your imagination . Nice lot with private back yard. Newer boiler, hardwood floors. Home being sold AS IS seller will not be doing any repairs will not go FHA or VA
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7 Mechanic, Monson, MA 01057

Single-Family

$234,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Well maintained colonial with a great intown location. Walking distance to schools and center of town. Home offer 7 rooms, 4 bedrooms. Country kitchen with wood stove. Large dining room off kitchen with access to garage. Large living room tastefully decorated. Freshly painted exterior, newer windows, newer roof. Several updates over the years. The grounds are beautiful. Several perennial gardens, stove walls, professionally landscaped. A great size private back yard fenced on one side(neighbors fence) This is a great family home home in a great location that has been very well maintained and cared for over the years. Brand new boiler
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Getting a professional inspection is one of the most important parts of closing on a home. An inspection can save you endless time and money if it catches repairs that need to be made, and it can draw your attention to any problems that could be dangerous to you and your family.

Many buyers, especially those who are buying a home for the first time, aren’t sure what to expect during a home inspection. They might have questions that they’re afraid to ask the inspector, or they might feel like they should be asking questions but don’t know the right ones to ask.

In this article, we’ll give you the rundown on the home inspection process. We’ll explain how to get started, what to expect on inspection day, and what to do with your findings.

Contingency clauses

Before closing on a home, it’s important to make sure your offer involves a contingency clause, otherwise known as a “due diligence contingency.” This section of your contract gives you the right to perform a home inspection within a given number of days.

Sellers may inform you that they have recently had the home inspected and even offer to show you the results of the inspection. However, it is best practice to have your own inspection performed with a trusted professional.

After your offer is accepted, you should begin calling and getting quotes from inspectors immediately.

Before the inspection

Once you’ve considered your options of inspectors and chosen an inspector, it’s time to schedule your inspection. Both you and your real estate agent should attend the inspection.

You’ll both have the opportunity to ask questions. However, it’s a good idea to write down your minor questions and ask them before or after the inspection so that the professional you’ve hired is able to focus on their work to do the best possible job inspecting your future home.

During the inspection

The inspection itself is pretty straightforward. Your inspector will examine the exterior and interior of your home, including several vital components and then will provide you with a report of their findings.

They will inform you of repairs that need to be made now, parts of the home that should be monitored for future repairs, and anything that poses a safety concern to you and your family.

The parts of your home the inspector will review include:

  • Roof

  • Exterior Walls

  • Foundation

  • Garage

  • Land grading

  • Plumbing

  • Electrical

  • Heating, ventilation, air conditioning

  • Appliances

There are some things your inspection won’t include. For example, mold, termite damage, and other issues that aren’t easily observable without causing damage might be missed by your inspector and will require a specialist.

After the inspection

Once the inspection is complete, you will have the chance to ask any remaining questions. You can review the findings of your inspection report and make decisions about how you want to handle any repairs that need to be made.

You may choose to ask the seller to make the repairs noted in your inspection report. If they refuse, you can withdraw from your contract at any time.


Ultimately, the choice will be yours what to do with the findings from the inspection. But having one can save you immeasurable money on impending repairs that you may not have been aware of.




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