Craig Della Penna, Realtor® | Northampton Real Estate, Amherst Real Estate, Florence Real Estate



14 Liberty St, Northampton, MA 01062

Florence

Single-Family

$545,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Here's an iconic, Queen Anne Victorian in Bay State Village section of Northampton. With over 3000 square feet of living space and 4 bedrooms, including a 3rd floor suite (once an apartment onto itself.) Some of the elegant features include stained glass windows, wide pine floors mixed with hardwoods. Evan a couple of bay windows too, Beautiful original trim around doors and windows. House has many major updates including high efficiency, Buderus gas-fired boiler, new wiring and plumbing. In just the past few years, the second floor has a new half bath and a large, new, full bath w tub and laundry center. Bay State Village has a good neighborly vibe. A great place for kids as this is the Jackson St school district. This yard has a stand of maple trees and group of raised beds is here for gardens. A 2-car detached garage tops it all off.
Open House
Saturday
January 26 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Iconic house in the Bay State Village section of Northampton is on the market.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 14 Liberty St, Northampton, MA 01062    Get Directions

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14 Liberty St, Northampton, MA 01062

Florence

Single-Family

$545,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Here's an iconic, Queen Anne Victorian in Bay State Village section of Northampton. With over 3000 square feet of living space and 4 bedrooms, including a 3rd floor suite (once an apartment onto itself.) Some of the elegant features include stained glass windows, wide pine floors mixed with hardwoods. Evan a couple of bay windows too, Beautiful original trim around doors and windows. House has many major updates including high efficiency, Buderus gas-fired boiler, new wiring and plumbing. In just the past few years, the second floor has a new half bath and a large, new, full bath w tub and laundry center. Bay State Village has a good neighborly vibe. A great place for kids as this is the Jackson St school district. This yard has a stand of maple trees and group of raised beds is here for gardens. A 2-car detached garage tops it all off.
Open House
Saturday
January 26 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Iconic house in the Bay State Village section of Northampton is on the market.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 14 Liberty St, Northampton, MA 01062    Get Directions

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This Single-Family in Northampton, MA recently sold for $249,900. This Ranch style home was sold by Craig Della Penna, Realtor® - The Murphys REALTORS® , Inc..


20 Westwood Terrace, Northampton, MA 01062

Single-Family

$249,900
Price
$249,900
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Exceptional and Quality Remodeled Home with a New Master Bedroom and Master Bathroom Addition! Almost everything in this home is new. Kitchen, Bathroom, Heating and Air Conditioning, Water heater, 200 AMP Electric Service, Flooring, Fixtures and Roof! Many windows have been replaced too! Lots of closet space and a detached 1 Car Garage with new Garage Door and a new garage door opener. Don't miss the first showings at the scheduled Open House!

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This Single-Family in Amherst, MA recently sold for $258,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Craig Della Penna, Realtor® - The Murphys REALTORS® , Inc..


24 Canton Ave, Amherst, MA 01002

Single-Family

$279,000
Price
$258,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Here's a sweet, mid-century modern ranch style house which is just a 20 minute walk to Amherst Cinema and all that downtown Amherst has to offer. A great house for a broad range of folks. First-time home buyers. Down-sizers. Or people looking to live a in a small house on a very quiet side street. 3 beds, 2 baths, and a detached two car garage with an upper level and a workshop, all on a 1/2 acre lot with lots of perennials and mature plantings. This pristine home was lovingly built by newlyweds in 1953 and they proceeded to raise 4 kids here. You are going to be amazed about it's nice, turn-key condition. Walk or bike to everything.

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Before you even start the home search, research is key. There are a few areas that you should look closely at in every home that you’re touring in order to make an informed decision about each property and your future in it. 


Check The Foundation


When you’re walking around the home, note creaky floors, cracks in the walls, and water drainage issues. Maybe you won’t even be able to see if the foundation has any cracks in it or not with your own two eyes. A certified home inspector will, however, be able to tell you what is happening on the property. Cracks in the foundation or major foundational damage can be incredibly costly to you as a homeowner. You’re going to want to know about these issues ahead of time. 


Do Some Investigating


Taking a walk around your desired neighborhood can give you a lot of valuable information. You may be able to talk to neighbors who will give you a bit of information about a property. Even wandering around the neighborhood or attending yard sales can help you to see what’s going on, if you can see yourself living there, and if there are any major issues that you should be aware of. 


Be Likable


Sellers prefer to sell a home to a buyer who they like. if you see that you have something in common with the seller like the fact that you’re both veterans, you should send a letter along with your offer to let the seller know your connection. It’s also helpful to send an offer letter that lets the seller know how much you love the house and that you can see yourself living in the home. It never hurts to add a personal touch to a home offer.  


Keep Your Options Open


Just because a home doesn’t consist of the modern decor you picture yourself living in, doesn’t mean it can’t be changed. If a home happens to be older with less present-day decor in it, be sure to keep an open mind as to the potential that the home has for you.


Make A Strategic Offer


We know that prices that end in 9 are a bit more attractive to the psyche than prices that end in a flat zero. If the asking price for a home is $310,000, you may be tempted to offer $320,000 to shell out the competition, but you may be better off offering an odd number like $312,000. Sometimes a small difference makes a big impact in the eyes of the buyer. Work with your realtor to see if a home you’re interested in has any other offers. Your agent can help you to find a good price point for your offer as well.




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