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Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 7/30/2020

This Condo in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $168,650. This Garden style home was sold by - Lawton Real Estate, Inc.


635 W Lowell Ave, Haverhill, MA 01832

Condo

$169,800
Price
$168,650
Sale Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
LOW FINANCING AVAILABLE! Why rent when you can own for less? Stunning, remodeled one bedroom, one bathroom unit in quiet complex. Maple hardwood floors throughout the unit. Upgraded cabinets, beautiful granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, backsplash, and upgraded finishes are featured in the eat-in kitchen. Open concept living area leads to the outdoor balcony/deck. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet. Full bathroom is upgraded with newer vanity and wood grain tile. LOW CONDO FEE includes heat, hot water, gas, water/sewer, additional storage unit in attic, and more. Nothing to do but move in. A commuter's dream right off of Rt. 495. Nearby to beaches and mountains.

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Tags: Real-Estate   Condo   Haverhill   01832  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 7/30/2020

This Single-Family in Burlington, MA recently sold for $571,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by - Lawton Real Estate, Inc.


2 Francis Wyman Rd, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$559,000
Price
$571,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Get in and settle before the new school year starts. Strong split entry with loads of updates (Upgrade Sheet attached to listing). Brand new kitchen with beautiful white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Over sized kitchen island where the family can hang out. Built in banquette for sit down dinners. Bright and Sunny living room open to the new ktichen. Three large bedrooms and a full bath with granite countertops finish out this floor. Sorry forgot to mention tons of closets!! The lower level is another home. Family Room (presently being used for an extra sleeping area) office, playroom and workshop along with a second bath (3/4). Now for your outside living, two year young 16 x 24 deck leading to an above ground pool with brand new filter. Pool has a propane heater! Large yard for entertaining with plenty of off street parking. Solar panels with no monthly fee cut electric costs in half. WELCOME HOME TO 2 FRANCIS WYMAN ROAD.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 7/30/2020


32 Stevens St, Stoneham, MA 02180

Single-Family

$539,000
Price

10
Rooms
6
Beds
2
Baths
Looking for a home for the extended family, then WELCOME HOME. This home has room for everyone. Mirrored Living area both up and down. Central Air on top floor only. Two Fireplaces, over sized eat in kitchens, decks, patios, private yard, and plenty of off street parking. Three bedrooms up and three bedrooms down. Full bath up and Full bath down. Laundry set ups on both floors.New Vinyl Siding and Windows (except for front picture window) last year. This is priced to sell and will not last.
Open House
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 7/30/2020

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Some home maintenance projects definitely require a professional. But given just how fast homeownership costs can add up, it's nice to know that other home projects are DIY for the average person. 

Replacing your toilet fill valve and the flapper is one such project. 

The toilet is one of the few items in our homes that hasn't changed much in the past couple hundred years. What does that mean for you? 

For the most part, basic mechanical principles make it work. And the great news is, if the toilet looks okay cosmetically, then replacing these mechanisms basically gives you a toilet that will function as if brand new. 

Let's get started.

What you'll need

  • An XL bucket that can hold about three to five gallons. It needs to fit under the back of your toilet.
  • Crescent adjustable wrenches
  • Rags
  • Replacement parts (fill valve, flapper and/or gasket). *Pro tip* Just look inside your toilet to see what kind of valve it uses. 

    Aside from the replacement parts, we'll bet you have most of these things at home. Replace all or some of these parts using this guide. It's up to you.

    Step one: Empty the tank

    Start by turning off the water using the knob behind your toilet. This keeps the tank from re-filling as you empty it.

    Flush the toilet. This will empty the tank partway. Don't miss this step or there will be way more water in the tank than the bucket can hold.

    Now, place your bucket behind the toilet, and carefully remove the hose from the tank but not the wall. Direct the water into the bucket.

    *Pro tip* If you have a larger than average tank, then you might have more water in it than you can fit into the bucket. Don't freak out it if it fills fast. Just place your thumb over the hole to stop the flow. Empty the bucket into one of the following:

  • Shower
  • Bath
  • Sink
  • Toilet bowl
  • Step two: remove the flapper & gasket

    The flapper simply sits on top of the hole in the bottom of the tank. Simply dislodge the hinge of the flapper and pull it out of the tank.

    Now, remove the gasket under the tank. Just unscrew the tank from the bowl. Lift the bowl carefully and set it on the floor. Remove the gasket by hand. You can then remove the valve by unscrewing it.

    *Pro tip*:  If the nut and bolt are on extra tight, you'll need one wrench to hold the nut under the tank while you unscrew from the inside. 

    Step three: replace the gasket & flapper

    Simply screw the new gasket on. Be careful not to over-tighten and strip the grooves or you'll have a more significant repair job on your hands.

    Screw the tank back onto the bowl, and then install your new valve with the lock nut, which will be under the tank. Place the flexible tube into the tanks overflow pipe.

    Now, snap the new flapper in place and that's it. Use the rags to clean up any water that spilled. Fill up your tank and go. 

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    Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 7/29/2020


    57 Russell Street, Woburn, MA 01801

    Rental

    $2,450
    Price

    5
    Rooms
    2
    Beds
    2
    Baths
    Rare opportunity for living on the West Side of Woburn, in this 2 bedroom 2 bath apartment! This spacious unit boasts an open floor plan with living room/dining room combo, brand new kitchen with breakfast bar, stainless appliances, granite counter-tops, garbage disposal, and light fixtures. Two large bedrooms with each own bath and walk-in closet. Central AC, efficient gas heating, in-unit laundry, and plenty of parking. Enjoy a professionally managed building. Easy access to highway, hospital, schools, playgrounds! Just a stone’s throw from the 354 Bus to Boston. A must see! (One of four NEW construction condos on the west side)
    Open House
    No scheduled Open Houses

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