Deborah Caniff - Lynnfield, MA Real Estate, Swampscott, MA Real Estate, Marblehead, MA Real Estate


This Single-Family in Rockport, MA recently sold for $692,500. This Cottage style home was sold by Debbie Caniff - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


19 Old Garden Road, Rockport, MA 01966

Single-Family

$735,000
Price
$692,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
This cottage style home is within steps of Old Garden Beach with enticing ocean views! Close to town,schools and all that Rockport has to offer. Move in condition with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, decks,central air and nice back yard.

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41 Doncaster Circle, Lynnfield, MA 01940

Single-Family

$674,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
FINALLY, the one you have been waiting for! PRISTINE RANCH with OPEN FLOOR PLAN, UPDATED KITCHEN AND BATHS, HARDWOODS, NEWER ARCHITECTURAL ROOF, WINDOWS & GAS HEAT, 2 CAR GARAGE & MASTER BATH!! This home has been meticulously cared for over the years with only HIGH-END amenities. You will be delighted with the beautiful natural light that comes through the picture & Palladian windows. The open kitchen/dining/family room is great for entertaining & include Wolf & Fisher Paykel appliances, granite counters, Bose surround sound system, decorative lighting. Remodeled lower level family room with fireplace leads to the garage, laundry and potential to add another bathroom. Located in desirable Sherwood Forest, this home has great curb appeal with a nice sized yard with irrigation. Experience all that Lynnfield has to offer with great schools, close to major highways, and the popular restaurants and shopping of Market Street. Come to see all that this home has to offer! Move right in!
Open House
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This Single-Family in Wakefield, MA recently sold for $760,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Debbie Caniff - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


5 PHEASANTWOOD TERRACE, Wakefield, MA 01880

Single-Family

$724,900
Price
$760,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This is the home you've been waiting for! Come see this IMMACULATE colonial on a dead-end street in a FANTASTIC neighborhood! Desirable MOVE-IN READY home offers living room, formal dining room and OPEN CONCEPT eat-in kitchen and family room on the main living area plus a half bath with laundry. HUGE deck off family room perfect for entertaining on those warm summer days! Three GENEROUS sized bedrooms with TONS of closet space! Master bedroom has a walk-in closet/master bath. Unfinished WALK-UP attic for extra storage or POTENTIAL to make into additional living space! Basement is also unfinished, and offers lots of space for storage and is connected to a large 2 car garage! Close to major highways Route 1/128 and easy access to the commuter rail. Steps to the Woodville Elementary and Wakefield high school. Minutes to downtown restaurants and shopping! One OWNER and it shows! A MUST SEE!

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This Single-Family in Lynnfield, MA recently sold for $1,005,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Debbie Caniff - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


3 Wymon Way, Lynnfield, MA 01940

Single-Family

$1,030,000
Price
$1,005,000
Sale Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
LOCATION , LUXURY, & GRACEFUL LIVING! This wonderful home on a cul-de-sac in the desirable Westover neighborhood offers great location, luxury amenities and graceful living space. Close to downtown Lynnfield and public schools, this residence sits in a beautiful enclave of homes on a flat, private, fenced-in lot. Don't miss the open floor plan with spacious rooms, cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors and true in-law /au pair potential. Newer picture windows throughout the home let in beautiful natural light and afford terrific views of the professionally landscaped yard. The granite and stainless kitchen, with its own fireplace, opens to a large family room with access to a wraparound deck that overlooks the inground gunite heated pool and cabana. Luxurious and private master suite with cathedral ceiling, bath and office space! Freshly painted exterior, 5 gas heating and cooling zones, and blown-in insulation. Numerous closets and great storage spaces. Don't miss this rare offering!

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Something that can cause anxiety when packing fragile items for a move is the fear of them being shattered in transit. Fragile items can be so delicate that just a simple shake will end up getting them cracked, or entirely broken.

Your Great-Aunt Mildred's Heirloom China is too cherished to be toyed with, while your wedding day champagne flutes are also precious to you, and you'll go any length to prevent them from breaking. These are some reasons why you should put considerable thought into packing your fragile items when moving homes. Here are some tips packing to help you get all your fragile belongings to your new home safely:

Pack carefully

Don't overpack each box and ensure you apply extra packing tape to keep fragile items covered. It's imperative to place fragile items into individual boxes after packing them carefully and wrapping them with soft materials like foam or bubble wrap. Also, label boxes with fragile items accordingly so that movers can be extra careful with them. Cardboard boxes containing fragile items should be stuffed in-between to keep them tight and make it less likely to suffer huge impacts from collisions or unwanted bumps.

Mix them all up

You may think that it is best to purchase boxes that are of the same sizes. Matching sizes works well as stacking is easier with boxes of the same size. However, some fragile items may not fit into the standard box size you are using. Picking up a couple of sizes is your best bet so that you have options for objects of different dimensions - from shoebox small to ottoman large - that can conveniently carry anything more significant than two square feet. Place heavy items in little boxes and fill the big ones with lighter things.

Packing it the Pillow-Top way

When there are certain items with irregular shapes, a designated box is dedicated entirely for them. In this technique, a blanket is placed at the base and then the carefully wrapped item before putting a pillow at the top. Seal the box and put a label marked 'FRAGILE' on all sides.

No Shaking!

Glasses, cups, and mugs do not necessarily need to be placed inside a box-insert to get them separated. Instead, it's advisable to get them wrapped up entirely while using two sets of packing papers for materials that are extra-fragile and sensitive. You should make sure that everything is well and tightly packed to prevent the items from getting roughly shaken which may at the end of the day cause some unwanted loss.

Hire professional movers and let them have a full inventory of your moving items to help them plan appropriately for your move.




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