82 Church St,



Watertown, MA 02472

Multi-Family

$1,299,000
Price

2
Units

3,804
Approx. GLA

Location…Location…Location… Just steps away from Watertown Square is where you will find this one of a kind stunning two family home. First floor unit features na updated kitchen, good size living room and dining room, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 tiled baths, Harwood floors, front porch & huge rear deck overlooking a professionally landscaped private back yard. Second floor features an updated kitchen with granite counters and sliders leading to a covered deck, entertaining dining room and living room with access to sun-filled front porch, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. walk up to the third floor master suite with a jacuzzi tub, tiled walk in shower and sliders to a private rear deck. This unit also features hardwood floors throughout and 3 zone heat and a/c. Detached 2 car garage and more. Definitely not a driveway home. You must see all the custom details this home has to offer. Come take a look today!! Won't Last!!

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at
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Do you know how to get your house ready for the real estate market? If not, you may miss out on opportunities to showcase your home to the right buyers. Perhaps even worse, you may struggle to maximize your home sale earnings.

When it comes to selling your house, it usually helps to plan ahead. Fortunately, we’re here to help you do just that.

Now, let’s take a look at three tips to help you get your house ready to sell.

1. Clean As Much As Possible

Let’s face it – a messy kitchen, bathroom or bedroom is an eyesore. And if you fail to clean your house prior to listing it, you risk alienating buyers time and time again.

Cleaning is a necessity for home sellers, regardless of a house’s age or condition. If you allocate time and resources to ensure each room in your home looks pristine, you can increase the likelihood that your residence will make a positive first impression on buyers.

Mopping the floors, wiping down walls and taking a room-by-room approach to home cleaning generally is recommended. In addition, if you need extra assistance, you can always hire a professional home cleaning company.

2. Perform Home Exterior Maintenance

Although you may spend a lot of time cleaning your house’s interior, you shouldn’t forget about your home’s exterior as well.

Ultimately, how your home’s exterior looks may dictate how quickly your residence sells. If your house boasts a beautiful front lawn and immaculate exterior, a buyer may fall in love with your home instantly. Conversely, if your home’s front lawn is uncut and your house’s siding is damaged, your residence is unlikely to impress potential buyers.

When it comes to home exterior maintenance, it helps to do as much as you can. Trim the front lawn, repair damaged home siding and perform assorted home exterior maintenance. By doing so, you can immediately bolster your house’s curb appeal.

3. Remove Clutter

Over the years, you may have collected a lot of items. But these items may make your house appear smaller than it actually is – something that all home sellers should try to avoid.

If you have a large collection of clutter, you may want to consider selling or donating various items. Or, you can always rent a storage unit for assorted belongings and move these items to your new residence after your current house sells.

Clearly, there are many ways to prepare your house for the real estate market. If you want to ensure the best-possible results from the home selling journey, you may want to reach out to a real estate agent too. This housing market professional can guide you along the home selling journey and ensure you can get the support you need to achieve your desired goals.

Start getting your house ready to sell – use the aforementioned tips, and you can quickly and effortlessly enhance your residence before you list it.

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