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Posted by Lauren Davis on 9/20/2018

93 Karen Circle, Holliston, MA 01746



Full/Half Baths
Amazing opportunity presents itself in this 4 bedroom Brentwood colonial with two car attached garage and brand new roof, located on a quiet street tucked into a large neighborhood; close to pool, golf course & more. Kitchen features granite countertops, double ovens, great cabinet & pantry space. Living room has fireplace, large bay window & hardwood flooring. Lovely formal dining room w built-in hutch. French doors lead out to amazing light filled sunroom w cathedral ceiling, recessed lights and slider out to fabulous wrap around porch with pergola. Second floor has four bedrooms w hardwood flooring and closets. Full bathroom & linen closet complete the second story. The large, flat, private corner lot abuts a cul-de-sac road. All this plus Holliston's highly ranked school system offering French Immersion, Montessori & Traditional programs. Photos of furnished rooms are of similar model homes.
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Posted by Lauren Davis on 9/19/2018

This Single-Family in Holliston, MA recently sold for $582,500. This Colonial style home was sold by Lauren Davis - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West.

279 Willowgate Rise, Holliston, MA 01746


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Full/Half Baths
This charming traditional colonial is situated on a 1 1/2 acre well landscaped lot in a prime neighborhood toward end of cul- de- sac. Beautiful woods and conservation land in the back provide a private setting. The welcoming LR has fireplace w/custom mantel & hardwood floors. Entertainment size DR w/hardwood floors. Spacious eat in kitchen with granite countertops and tile backsplash. Plenty of cabinets, some stainless steel appliances and a desk area complete this attractive room. The warm and inviting family room has floor to ceiling brick fireplace, custom built in bookcases and a wall of French doors leading to the screen porch. Truly a space to enjoy the changing seasons the porch has high ceilings, a skylight and access to the deck. The outstanding lower level offers complete home recreation area with a relaxing TV section, a pool table w/ bar area and built in bookcases. Pool table, equipment, Bose speakers & bar is included. Large workshop & plenty of storage. GREAT SCHOOLS!

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Posted by Lauren Davis on 9/19/2018

If you work from home part or all of the time, chances are you have a specific place in your house where you go to work to be free from distraction.

Many people spend a lot of time thinking about the decor of their home office. They decide how much light they want to let in, what they need on their desk, and which distractions to keep out of the room entirely.

Surprisingly few people, however, consider the ergonomics of their home office.

What is ergonomics?

Simply stated, ergonomics is the study of peopleís efficiency in the workplace. When it comes to office work or working at home, that means studying things like posture, desk height, eye strain, and much more.

In this article, weíll talk about some ways you can improve the ergonomics of your home office to prevent injury and to make your office a more productive and less stressful place to work.

Choosing a desk chair

Letís begin with one of the most common complaints in offices and home offices around the world: chairs.

You could spend several hundred dollars on an ergonomic office chair. But in reality it only needs to meet a few criteria that you can often find in inexpensive computer chairs. When buying a chair, look for the following:

  • Lower back support what will help you keep a straight spine

  • Adjustable heights for the chair, the backrest, and the arm rests

  • A firm, but comfortable cushion that you wonít slide down on

Picking the right desk

The most important ergonomic factor of a desk is that you can easily fit your legs under it and donít have to crane over it to write.

Regardless of where you keep your keyboard, it will help if your arms can fall on it naturally and at a close to ninety-degree angle.

Screen height and distance

The vast majority of work performed at home is done with the use of a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet.

Ideally, the height of your screen should be adjusted so that you can view it straight on, and not have to look down or up at it. This will help protect your neck from strain.

For eye strain, itís a good idea to keep the monitor a couple feet from your eyes and to adjust the brightness so that itís easy to read but not too bright.

The best thing you can do to avoid headaches and eye strain is to set reminders for yourself to look away from the screen every twenty minutes or so or get up and go for a walk.

Take more breaks

Speaking of taking breaks; sitting in one position for too long can contribute to muscle and joint pain. If youíre working at home, it should be easy to get up and stretch or move around every half hour or so.

You donít have to take a long break; even a minute or two is sufficient enough to help take the strain off of your tired eyes and stiff back and neck.

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Posted by Lauren Davis on 9/15/2018

This Single-Family in Holliston, MA recently sold for $366,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Lauren Davis - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West.

79 Prospect St, Holliston, MA 01746


Sale Price

This charming three bedroom home offers easy one level living on over 3/4 acres and is located just a short stroll from the Upper Charles Rail Trail, Lake Winthrop, quaint downtown Holliston, the schools, playground and more... The home has an enclosed front porch, living room with fireplace and built-ins, dining room, kitchen with white cabinetry and lots of counter space, beautifully renovated full bathroom with subway tiled tub/shower and a back porch/mudroom. The master bedroom offers two large closets. Two additional bedrooms each have hardwood floors under the carpet. Large backyard provides great outdoor space for entertaining with patio and firepit areas. In addition, there is a one car garage. New septic installed in 2010. All this plus Holliston's highly ranked school system offering French Immersion, Montessori and Traditional programs. Offer are due by 2pm July 11, 2018.

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Posted by Lauren Davis on 9/12/2018

As a homebuyer, it is important to set high expectations. At the same time, a homebuyer must act reasonably, or he or she risks missing out on a golden opportunity to acquire the perfect residence.

Ultimately, becoming a reasonable homebuyer can be quick and easy Ė here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Establish Realistic Expectations for the Homebuying Journey

The homebuying journey sometimes can take weeks or months to complete, and a homebuyer should plan accordingly. By doing so, a homebuyer can prepare for any potential homebuying pitfalls.

For example, a homebuyer may submit an offer on a home and receive a "Yes" from a home seller. But if a home inspector discovers myriad problems with a residence, a homebuyer may need to walk away from the house and restart the homebuying journey.

In the aforementioned scenario, a homebuyer may become frustrated and annoyed, and for good reason. Conversely, if a homebuyer understands the challenges associated with buying a house, he or she can plan for the best- and worst-case scenarios.

2. Search for Homes That Fall Within Your Price Range

Have you established a budget for your home search? If not, you may wind up focusing on houses that you won't be able to afford.

Get pre-approved for a home loan Ė you'll be glad you did. With a home loan in hand, you can enter the real estate market with a homebuying budget. Then, you'll be able to narrow your home search to houses that fall within your price range, thereby speeding up your search for the ideal residence.

It won't take long to get pre-approved for a home loan, either. In fact, if you meet with local banks and credit unions, you can instantly learn about a variety of home loan options.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Although you know that you want to buy a house, you have no idea what to expect during the homebuying journey. Fortunately, if you hire a real estate agent, you can learn what it takes to stay calm, cool and collected as you search for a house.

A real estate agent is a housing market expert who takes pride in his or her work. As such, a real estate agent will be available to respond to your homebuying concerns and questions, ensuring that you can make an informed home purchase.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to eliminate homebuying hurdles.

For instance, a real estate agent is happy to negotiate with a seller's agent on your behalf, guaranteeing that you can avoid the stress of negotiating a home price. Or, if you need help finding a qualified home inspector, real estate attorney or other local professionals, your real estate agent can provide honest, unbiased recommendations.

Be reasonable as you kick off your search for your dream residence. That way, you can seamlessly navigate the homebuying journey and improve your chances of acquiring a house that matches or exceeds your expectations.

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