Lisa Corr, Olde Town Realty | Haverhill, MA Real Estate



40-42 12Th Ave, Haverhill, MA 01830

Multi-Family

$429,900
Price

2
Units
2,759
Approx. GLA
Custom built house. This house has so much to offer it's a must see. Main house has 4 bedrooms, and 2nd unit is a studio, great for an in-law. Main house has Large living room, dining area and kitchen with open concept. Great for entertaining. Laundry on 1st floor with back mud room. 4 bedrooms, Master bedroom, has a balcony that over looks the lush backyard. Also a bonus loft area in the master bedroom. Huge bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, Full basement with a workshop area. Studio/ in-law laundry has laundry hook up right in the unit. Kitchen, living area and 1 bedroom. Easy to show. Text listing agent.
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September 09 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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49 Quimby, Haverhill, MA 01830

Single-Family

$519,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Come explore this beautiful home that has season views of Round Pond. Very secluded lot, 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, Dining room with built in cabinets and marble floor. Kitchen with eat in area, slider out to back deck. Beautiful fire place in the front to back living room, formally living room with cathedral ceiling. Large master bedroom with walk in closet and master bath. Main bathroom has double vanity and separate bath area. Laundry room on main living area. Finished lower level, 2 car garage, and a bonus 3 season room.The basement has been professionally water proofed,and part of the yard has been fenced in, 2 car garage and plenty of parking in the driveway .
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A three season room can be a really great investment for your home. This addition really allows for the enjoyment of the great outdoors without exposing you to the elements. It’s an investment that gives a maximum return.  


When you decide to install a three season room, there are a few things that you should consider. First, you’ll need to estimate the costs of building the room. How much you’ll spend varies based on the finishes that you choose, the materials used, and the area of the country that you live in.


Estimates


When you undertake any kind of home improvement project you should obtain estimates first. This way, you’ll have an idea of just how much the project will cost. Contractors will also give you an idea of how they will go about completing the project in order to meet your needs. It’s a good idea to know how much demolition is needed and how long the project will take. This will vary by contractor.


Think Of Using Existing Structures


Using existing structures on your home can really help to cut down the cost of building a three season room. Your current porch or deck area may even have the ability to be enclosed. If the structures are sound, it’s a great option. Remember that a three season room needs glass, a sturdy floor, screens and windows to be complete! 


Match The Roof


You’ll want to match the roof of your three season/sunroom with the existing roof of your home. Choose from a variety of styles from simple to the elaborate. Just be sure that the new roofing doesn’t stick out too much. You can even add a skylight in the new addition to let more light in. 


The Estimate


You want to be sure that you get an accurate estimate for building your three season room. The contractor should include all of the following areas in the estimate:


  • The foundation
  • The frame
  • Electrical
  • Molding
  • Drywall
  • Skylights
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Screens
  • Fans
  • HVAC hookups


It should be noted that along with building materials, the cost of labor should be included along with the estimate. Carpenters charge a set rate per hour as do electricians and plumbers. You’ll most likely need a few different contractors in order to complete your three season room, so take that into account. 


No matter what part of the country that you live in, you will always be happier if you maximize your enjoyment of the outdoors. Completing a 3 season room can help you and your family to enjoy nature all year round.



40-42 12Th Ave, Haverhill, MA 01830

Multi-Family

$429,900
Price

2
Units
2,759
Approx. GLA
Custom built house. This house has so much to offer it's a must see. Main house has 4 bedrooms, and 2nd unit is a studio, great for an in-law. Main house has Large living room, dining area and kitchen with open concept. Great for entertaining. Laundry on 1st floor with back mud room. 4 bedrooms, Master bedroom, has a balcony that over looks the lush backyard. Also a bonus loft area in the master bedroom. Huge bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, Full basement with a workshop area. Studio/ in-law laundry has laundry hook up right in the unit. Kitchen, living area and 1 bedroom. Easy to show. Text listing agent.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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A home inspection may make or break the property buying journey. If you attend a home inspection and find no major issues with a residence, you may choose to move forward with your house purchase. However, if a home inspection reveals significant problems, you may decide to rework a home purchase agreement or walk away from this agreement altogether.

If you plan to purchase a home, it generally is a good idea to include a home inspection in your property buying strategy. And if you know how to plan for a house inspection, you can use this evaluation to gain the insights you need to make a data-driven decision about a home purchase.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prepare for a home inspection.

1. Hire an Expert Home Inspector

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Ready to conduct a home inspection? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can enter a home inspection as an informed property buyer.




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