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27 Rocklawn Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703

Single-Family

$485,000
Price

10
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Rare and stylish mid-century ranch with 2 car garage on over 3/4 acres of lawns and woods and lush private backyard with pergola for relaxing. Open, bright and spacious layout includes 10 rooms, 4 rooms that could be used as bedrooms and 3 full baths carefully and tastefully remodeled and maintained by current owners and ready for its next adventure with you! There is so much to love including updated kitchen and baths and welcoming breakfast nook with fireplace, sophisticated living room with fireplace and built-ins and dining room...and the split bedroom setup you have been looking for and beautifully finished lower level with yet another fireplace! This dream home is located in the highly regarded "Rocklawn Ave" area and less than a mile from Route 95 and under 3 miles to the train.
Open House
Saturday
September 14 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 27 Rocklawn Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703    Get Directions

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When you’re buying a home, there’s a lot of excitement that surrounds the search and purchase of the property. In the process of buying a home, however, there are many things that buyers forget to take into account during their search and budgeting. Below, you’ll find some information to help you be prepared as a buyer to consider your home purchase from all angles without missing a beat.  


The Expense Of Closing Costs


Remember that closing costs will be somewhere in the 3-5 percent range of the purchase price of a home. Amidst all of your savings, you’ll need to consider this a part of your expenses. Closing costs need to be paid upfront in most cases. You can roll your closing costs into the financing, but it depends on the circumstances. There are no guarantees that the lender will agree to it. Your realtor can also sometimes negotiate for the sellers to pay the closing costs, but in a seller’s market this is quite rare. Be prepared with your closing costs and understand how much you’ll need to spend so that you have an appropriate amount for the downpayment and the other expenses that you’ll incur during the process of buying a home.  


The Cost Of Maintaining A House


Many buyers forget about all of the costs that they will need to pay for after they finish buying the house. In addition to a monthly mortgage payment, you’ll need to pay for things like utilities, routine home maintenance, furnishings, and more. If you completely deplete your savings for the purchase of the home, there’s not a whole lot of wiggle room for you to pay for additional needs in the house. 


The Cost Of Furnishing And Decorating A Home


You may move into a home with a few pieces that you have previously owned. You could also need a lot of things from a bed to a sofa. All of these items can add up. You may even have to worry about little things like window shades, curtains, lamps, light bulbs, and more. 


Home Repairs Can Cost A Pretty Penny


If something needs to be done in your home, the repairs can cost you quite a bit. If you’re not paying attention during the home inspection, you’ll be in for some surprises. That’s why you need a good realtor to help you through the process. A new roof can cost thousands of dollars. New appliances are an expense you should plan for. Other major work that needs to be done around the house can also dip into your savings significantly. As a buyer, you need to be prepared for any of these expected or completely unexpected costs.           



27 Rocklawn Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703

Single-Family

$485,000
Price

10
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Rare and stylish mid-century ranch with 2 car garage on over 3/4 acres of lawns and woods and lush private backyard with pergola for relaxing. Open, bright and spacious layout includes 10 rooms, 4 rooms that could be used as bedrooms and 3 full baths carefully and tastefully remodeled and maintained by current owners and ready for its next adventure with you! There is so much to love including updated kitchen and baths and welcoming breakfast nook with fireplace, sophisticated living room with fireplace and built-ins and dining room...and the split bedroom setup you have been looking for and beautifully finished lower level with yet another fireplace! This dream home is located in the highly regarded "Rocklawn Ave" area and less than a mile from Route 95 and under 3 miles to the train.
Open House
Wednesday
September 04 at 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
More Open Houses
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 27 Rocklawn Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703    Get Directions

Similar Properties




27 Rocklawn Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703

Single-Family

$485,000
Price

10
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Rare and stylish mid-century ranch with 2 car garage on over 3/4 acres of lawns and woods and lush private backyard with pergola for relaxing. Open, bright and spacious layout includes 10 rooms, 4 rooms that could be used as bedrooms and 3 full baths carefully and tastefully remodeled and maintained by current owners and ready for its next adventure with you! There is so much to love including updated kitchen and baths and welcoming breakfast nook with fireplace, sophisticated living room with fireplace and built-ins and dining room...and the split bedroom setup you have been looking for and beautifully finished lower level with yet another fireplace! This dream home is located in the highly regarded "Rocklawn Ave" area and less than a mile from Route 95 and under 3 miles to the train.
Open House
Wednesday
September 04 at 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
More Open Houses
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 27 Rocklawn Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703    Get Directions

Similar Properties



At times, trying to organize and declutter seems like a never ending task. You may have made attempts to declutter without many results. The truth is that with a plan, even the most disorganized among us can get on track to organization and freedom from clutter. Follow some of the tips below to get your home in order. 


Have A Goal


If your organizational attempts never seem to go anywhere, you may just need a goal. The idea is to pick one area and complete it. Organizing a little here and there won’t make any kind of a dent in your organizational needs. It will also look like you haven’t done anything to improve your mess. Work on one room, one area at a time and you’ll be on your way.


Utilize All Of Your Shelves


Many times the bottom or the top shelf of a closet or utility unit ends up getting unused. The problem could be that the shelves are so tall that no one can reach them and they go unused. You can fix this problem by simply moving the shelving or placing rarely used items up there that can be accessed by a step ladder.


You Have Too Much Stuff And Nowhere To Put It


Rather than buy a bigger house, you might want to go through your stuff. Between you and your children, you’re bound to have quite a few items that can be either sold or donated to a good cause. Consider setting up a donation pile in your house, where family members can put items that they no longer need or use. As an extra tip, don’t let the items that are for donation sit there. When the bin is full, put it in your car and head off to the donation center.  



You Have A Lot Of Little Things With Nowhere To Place Them


This is a problem that can be solved by the right containers. If you can find a container that’s best suited for what you need to store, it will be much easier to find and access these items.  


Things Have Sentimental Value


It’s nice to have a few things that you cherish and bring back good memories, but sentimental value items can really get out of hand. If you think of when you last looked at something or how much memory an item truly holds for you, it can be easy to get rid of a lot of things when you put your mind to it. You can ask a friend to help you go through things. An outsider can advise you on what to save and what you should get rid of.


Your Refrigerator Is Gross


If you’re finding a lot of spoiled food and moldy leftovers in your fridge, don’t fret. Just develop a clean out schedule to help you get rid of any food that is past its prime. Make it a point to have a designated day of the week to clean out all of your leftovers and expired food to keep the clutter that can spoil at bay.




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