Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC



Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/18/2018


27 Old Dam Rd, Bourne, MA 02532

Single-Family

$659,900
Price

9
Rooms
5
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Seeking spacious, peaceful cape living? Welcome home!! This beautiful cape is eager for new & wonderful family memories!! Your new home is set back off the road and features a sweeping front yard w/ stonewall landscaping details & a quaint front porch to welcome you home! Enter into your new spacious living room w/ bright, natural light, hardwood floors, and open floor plan that leads to your new kitchen & dining room! Open concept layout is perfect for gathering family & friends! Large kitchen boasts updated cabinets, beautiful granite counter-tops, & a large center island perfect for entertaining! A dining room slider invites you to an incredible backyard space featuring a deck, hot tub, in-ground pool, and pool house- all perfect for hosting your next summer BBQ! Four spacious bedrooms, two of which are great master en-suite options! In-law aprtmt with own entrance for added income! Partially finished basement also adds for your ideal bonus room! Don't miss out-come by today!
Open House
Sunday
October 21 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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Location: 27 Old Dam Rd, Bourne, MA 02532    Get Directions

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/18/2018


644 Federal Furnace Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$429,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Seeking quiet, peaceful living? Welcome to your new home!! This beautiful & meticulously cared for colonial is eager to play host to wonderful new memories! Your new home is situated on a corner lot set back off the road w/ lots of wooded privacy & features sweeping yard space adjacent to wooded areas of the beautiful Southers Marsh Golf Course! Enter into your new spacious living room w/ bright, natural light, new pergo floors, and open floor plan that leads to your new kitchen & dining room! Open concept layout is perfect for gatherings! Quaint kitchen boasts updated cabinets & appliances, granite counter-tops, & a center island great for entertaining! Beautiful french doors invite you to an incredible backyard space featuring a deck perfect for morning coffee or summer evening dinners! The property features three spacious bedrooms w/ ample closet space & 2 full baths, a partially finished basement for added bonus, & an attached two car garage! Don't miss out-come by today!
Open House
Saturday
October 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 644 Federal Furnace Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360    Get Directions

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/16/2018


644 Federal Furnace Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$429,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Seeking quiet, peaceful living? Welcome to your new home!! This beautiful & meticulously cared for colonial is eager to play host to wonderful new memories! Your new home is situated on a corner lot set back off the road w/ lots of wooded privacy & features sweeping yard space adjacent to wooded areas of the beautiful Southers Marsh Golf Course! Enter into your new spacious living room w/ bright, natural light, new pergo floors, and open floor plan that leads to your new kitchen & dining room! Open concept layout is perfect for gatherings! Quaint kitchen boasts updated cabinets & appliances, granite counter-tops, & a center island great for entertaining! Beautiful french doors invite you to an incredible backyard space featuring a deck perfect for morning coffee or summer evening dinners! The property features three spacious bedrooms w/ ample closet space & 2 full baths, a partially finished basement for added bonus, & an attached two car garage! Don't miss out-come by today!
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No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/15/2018

If you intend to list your house in the weeks to come, you may want to complete a wide range of home improvements. That way, you can transform your ordinary house into an awe-inspiring residence, increasing the likelihood of a fast, profitable home sale.

Although you may have lofty expectations for your home improvement projects, it is important to note that performing myriad home repairs can be costly. And if you're not careful, you risk overspending to upgrade your residence.

Fortunately, it can be easy to establish a home improvement budget here are three tips to help you develop an effective home improvement budget.

1. Determine Which Areas of Your House That You Want to Improve

When it comes to crafting a home improvement budget, it is important to differentiate between major and minor home repairs. By doing so, you'll be better equipped than ever before to budget for assorted home maintenance projects.

A kitchen overhaul or bathroom renovation may be considered a major home improvement. Conversely, updating the color of your bedroom may be a minor home improvement. If you assess the major and minor home improvements that you want to perform, you can put together an appropriate budget.

Of course, you should take an objective look at you house to decide which areas that you want to improve. With an objective view, you can identify various home issues, determine how much money will be required to fix these problems and budget accordingly.

2. Examine the Home Improvement Funds at Your Disposal

In all likelihood, you only have a finite amount of money at your disposal. Luckily, regardless of how much money you have, you should be able to establish an effective home improvement budget.

Oftentimes, it helps to get multiple quotes from home improvement professionals. If you receive a variety of quotes, you may find that you can save money on home repairs, as well as stick to a tight home improvement budget.

It also may be cost-effective to complete simple home improvement projects on your own. If you possess the skills and know-how to perform quick, easy home repairs, you may be able to enhance your house without putting a dent in your home improvement budget.

3. Set Home Improvement Priorities

Priorities are important, particularly if you need to put together a home improvement budget. It generally is a good idea to set priorities for different home improvement projects. Then, you can allocate the necessary time and resources to complete home improvement tasks in order of priority.

If you plan to list your house soon, home improvements may prove to be exceedingly valuable. Home upgrades can help you differentiate your residence from the competition and enable you to achieve the optimal home selling results.

Lastly, if you need extra help prior to listing your residence, it may be beneficial to collaborate with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can put you in touch with top-notch home improvement professionals, offer home improvement tips and insights and much more.





Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/8/2018

Is a two-car garage a luxury or an essential feature of a home? While it may not always be a top priority for first-time buyers, many seasoned homeowners consider it a "must have" item. In a lot of cases, it all boils down to expectations and what people have grown accustomed to.

Climate also plays a key role in how important a two-car garage is to you and your family. However, even if your winters are mild and your snowfall amounts are slim to nil, there are other weather conditions that a garage can shield you (and your cars) from.

Being able to park your vehicles in a protected, enclosed area is especially welcome when you have an armful of groceries, inclement weather outside, small children in tow, or an elderly parent to care for. Once you start adding up the advantages of having a two-car garage, it makes you wonder how you ever got along without one!

  • Crime deterrent: No matter where you live, if your cars are parked in your driveway or on the street overnight, they're going to be much more vulnerable to vandalism, car theft, and break-ins. From a personal safety standpoint, it can also be safer to drive into your garage, close the automatic door behind you, and go directly into your house. Even if you live in a low-crime neighborhood, safety habits are a good thing to cultivate, especially if you sometimes arrive home late at night.
  • Valuable storage space: As you acquire more possessions and your family grows, storage space becomes more of a precious commodity. In addition to protecting your vehicles from the elements, spacious garages are also great for housing lawn mowers, bicycles, barbecue grills, golf clubs, yard maintenance equipment, spare tires, gardening supplies, firewood, tools, and lawn chairs. If you don't have a backyard shed, then garage storage space is indispensable.
  • Protection From The Elements: Besides wind and rain and dark of night, other elements your cars don't need to be subjected to include the hot, baking sun, bird droppings, and air pollution. And speaking of the hot, baking sun: Keeping your cars in a cool, shady place during the hot summer months can help spare you the discomfort of having to sit down in a sweltering vehicle! For those who live in chillier climates, garages can make your morning commute just a little less bone chilling!
  • Privacy: There are a lot of benefits to being sociable with your neighbors, but it's also nice to be able to pick and choose when those social interactions takes place! Parking in your garage can provide you with an extra measure of privacy when you don't have the time (or inclination) to stop and chat.
Whether or not a 2-car garage is a "must-have" for your next home depends on your climate, your neighborhood, and what you've grown accustomed to. For some people, a one-car garage may suit their needs just fine -- especially if they only own one vehicle and have all their yard maintenance taken care of by an HOA.







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