Judy Moore - Barrett Sotheby's International Realty



Posted by Judy Moore on 7/13/2017


12 Crescent Hill Avenue, Lexington, MA 02420

Single-Family

$868,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Tastefully renovated & absolutely charming 1900's Colonial on lightly traveled street in the Harrington School District! Enjoy pleasing fir, pine flooring, mahogany railings & newel posts, period stained glass windows, 9' ceilings & airy spaces. Recent renovations perfectly complement: stunning cook's kitchen w/open floor plan, high end stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, Omega cherry cabinets, pretty granite counter tops, attractive lighting & breathtaking sunset views. Charming gas fireplace in living room surrounded by custom built-ins, all baths have been handsomely updated, oversized master bedroom features enviable walk-in closet w/cedar storage & the 3rd floor offers perfect teenage or office suite w/spacious bedroom w/skylights, bath, walk-in closet. Recently replaced siding, roof & windows leave time to enjoy prvt. fenced backyard w/ Azek deck. Additional 18,000 SF lot provides privacy, play area, potential future structure. Walk to Arlington Res & Whipple Hill....enjoy!
Open House
Saturday
July 15 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Come see this absolutely charming Colonial with new kitchen, updated baths and so much to offer! Quiet location in Harrington School District!
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Posted by Judy Moore on 7/13/2017


12 Crescent Hill Avenue, Lexington, MA 02420

Single-Family

$868,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Tastefully renovated & absolutely charming 1900's Colonial on lightly traveled street in the Harrington School District! Enjoy pleasing fir, pine flooring, mahogany railings & newel posts, period stained glass windows, 9' ceilings & airy spaces. Recent renovations perfectly complement: stunning cook's kitchen w/open floor plan, high end stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, Omega cherry cabinets, pretty granite counter tops, attractive lighting & breathtaking sunset views. Charming gas fireplace in living room surrounded by custom built-ins, all baths have been handsomely updated, oversized master bedroom features enviable walk-in closet w/cedar storage & the 3rd floor offers perfect teenage or office suite w/spacious bedroom w/skylights, bath, walk-in closet. Recently replaced siding, roof & windows leave time to enjoy prvt. fenced backyard w/ Azek deck. Additional 18,000 SF lot provides privacy, play area, potential future structure. Walk to Arlington Res & Whipple Hill....enjoy!
Open House
Saturday
July 15 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Come see this absolutely charming Colonial with new kitchen, updated baths and so much to offer! Quiet location in Harrington School District!
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Location: 12 Crescent Hill Avenue, Lexington, MA 02420    Get Directions

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Posted by Judy Moore on 7/13/2017


12 Crescent Hill Avenue, Lexington, MA 02420

Single-Family

$868,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Tastefully renovated & absolutely charming 1900's Colonial on lightly traveled street in the Harrington School District! Enjoy pleasing fir, pine flooring, mahogany railings & newel posts, period stained glass windows, 9' ceilings & airy spaces. Recent renovations perfectly complement: stunning cook's kitchen w/open floor plan, high end stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, Omega cherry cabinets, pretty granite counter tops, attractive lighting & breathtaking sunset views. Charming gas fireplace in living room surrounded by custom built-ins, all baths have been handsomely updated, oversized master bedroom features enviable walk-in closet w/cedar storage & the 3rd floor offers perfect teenage or office suite w/spacious bedroom w/skylights, bath, walk-in closet. Recently replaced siding, roof & windows leave time to enjoy prvt. fenced backyard w/ Azek deck. Additional 18,000 SF lot provides privacy, play area, potential future structure. Walk to Arlington Res & Whipple Hill....enjoy!
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Judy Moore on 6/14/2017

This Single-Family in Lexington, MA recently sold for $910,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Judy Moore - Barrett Sotheby's International Realty.


34 Outlook Drive, Lexington, MA 02421

Single-Family

$849,000
Price
$910,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Location! Location! Location! Immaculate and charming 1920's Colonial on desirable Prospect Hill with beamed ceilings, period moldings, hardwood floors, gas heating and cooking and just steps from the highly regarded Bridge Elementary School! Warm and inviting with high ceilings that create an airy feeling and featuring several recent updates including a complete kitchen renovation that includes new quartz countertops, custom cabinets and new hardwood floor; a tasteful complete full bath renovation; remodeled half bath with new hardwood floor; new roof; several freshly painted rooms and so much more! Flexible spaces and room for expansion in a terrific location that is within walking distance of the elementary, middle and high schools, town center, "Old Res", town pools and playing fields. Convenient to public transportation and easy commuting access. Move in and enjoy......welcome home!

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Posted by Judy Moore on 6/11/2017

Homes in New England date back to the late 1600s. Some of these earlier, historic homes remain in good operating condition. Places like the Sarah Orne Jewett House, Castle Tucker, Gedney House and the Coffin House have become national landmarks. Four stories tall and large and expansive, covering several thousand square feet,these beautiful homes offered a glimpse into what lay ahead for housing in New England. Today, popular homes throughout the region, like those depicted below,continue to attract individual and family home buyers.

Historic to Modern New England Homes

Colonial homes in New England are large wood structures that are designed with lots of windows. Front sides on these homes are flat, absent shutters or eaves. Roofs on colonial homes are long and pointed at the top. These spacious residences offer lots of rooms, historic value and interior design options. A good way to distinguish your colonial home from other neighborhood colonials is by choosing a home that is painted in an appealing color.

Cape cods are seen throughout New England. A single walkway leads to the front porch, if the home has a porch, as not all cape cods have a front or back porch. Look for a chimney at the middle of the roof. Itís common to find shingle siding on a cape cod. These homes come with closed and open floor plans.

Georgian homes in New England are similar in style to colonial homes in that they are designed with a relatively flat front. Windows on these homes generally do come with shingles and are larger than those typically found on a colonial home. Another difference between a colonial and a Georgian home is the shape of the roof. Think of a triangle when envisioning the roof on a Georgian home.

Victorian homes are built with wraparound porches. Roofs on these homes are steep and multi-leveled. Some Victorian homes have one tall roof, its tip pointing toward the sky like a steeple. Other homes are built with two or more tall roof tops. It may be the expansive wraparound porches and multi-entrance ways into the homes that make these houses a win.

New England also boasts homes with contemporary or modern designs. Chic in style,these homes are constructed of field stone, wood or brick. They tend to be one level and uniquely shaped. As with historic designs, modern and contemporary homes offer lots of space and opportunity for you to exercise your interior design creative skill.

Major events that impacted Americaís earliest beginnings happened in New England. One of the widest known and taught about events is the American Revolution. That period put cities like Boston and Lexington, Massachusetts and Groton, Connecticut at the forefront of American politics. It also helped to define early American culture. Homes early trendsetters, educators, business leaders, artists and activists lived in served as a model for future home builders. Popular New England homes continue to take on features found in some of the regionís early,popular homes.




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