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207 Chestnut Plain Rd, Whately, MA 01393

Single-Family

$685,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
One of the grandest colonial properties in the valley's quintessentially charming New England town center. Built in 1760, this 2,718 sf, 4 bed, 2 bath, well-maintained home has contemporary upgrades galore including a modern boiler feeding a hot-water baseboard system and a Super-Store hot water heater. There are 2 barns, one of which has a 8.7 kw solar array that provides 90% of the electricity and an exterior hook up for a generator too. There are also 2 additional sheds or small barns. The kitchen has an old world flavor but has an open concept layout that includes the dining room and a Vermont Castings wood stove too. The property includes a large organic vegetable garden, perennial gardens, raspberries, blueberries, plus almost 12 acres of land crossed by a stream, with a pond and an abundance of wildlife. More info at www.207-chestnut.com.
Open House
Sunday
September 29 at 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Come to our OPEN HOUSE at 207 Chestnut Plain Rd at the same time as the Whately Fall Festival!. Sunday the 29th! Main Festival events will be at the Center School. Traditional Crafts & Food Products Mums & Harvest Products. Town wide tag sale. Open House at the Museum. Baked goodies, hot dogs, hamburgers, beverages & FREE ice cream. Price reduced at 207 to $685K. Almost 12 acres. 4 beds 2 full baths. Open concept kitchen - dining room. 4 barns. beautiful plantings of all sorts.
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Location: 207 Chestnut Plain Rd, Whately, MA 01393    Get Directions

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903 Dwight St, Holyoke, MA 01040

Multi-Family

$239,900
Price

2
Units
3,194
Approx. GLA
Located on the corner of Dwight and Linden, near Linden's "Embassy Row" and a few blocks from the award-winning renovation of former Holyoke Catholic HS into apartments and just beyond is the City Hall and the Canal District's expanding renaissance. The brick house and its brick carriage house done in the same style, were built in 1885 by Daniel J. O'Connell's and Sons Construction Co. This is one of the most robust brick houses ever built in town. Four bricks thick. Other extraordinary design features include 51 windows--all with marble lintels and marble thresholds inside. This place is flooded with sunlight! There is even special zoning here that will allow for a live-work space. Professional office suites along with a residence = a perfect commute. The main house is a 2-family w 4 beds. The carriage house has two beds, 1 bath. This is a campus of opportunity that rarely comes along. Nice upstairs deck with a view of neighboring parks. Huge attic w lots of storage and more rooms.
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901 Dwight St, Holyoke, MA 01040

Single-Family

$119,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Here's your quintessential carriage house. Built shortly after 903 Dwight, this was the place where horses and carriages were kept for the owner of the large dramatic house next door. Today this carriage house is a nice, two bed, 1 bath rental property next door to the main house. It currently rents for $1,200 a month. The tenants pay heat, hot water and electric. The landlord pays the water and sewer fees as this house is tied to 903 for those utilities. Buyer could investigate a cost to divide those from the main house. This makes an excellent rental or an in-law apartment. Or a studio for your business. Or both your business and a place for you-- the landlord--to live and you'd rent both floors of the large, brick 2-family house. So much potential.
Open House
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Your garden shed can be an organized place, the same way your indoor is neatly arranged and functional. You can dedicate some time to organizing your garden shed and getting rid of clutters. There are many practical tips here that can help get your garden in order. Whether you want to... 

Get Rid of Things You Do Not Need

Expired items, broken items, empty containers, faulty tools, etc. are things that litter a garden shed and cause an eyesore. Get rid of these things and concentrate on the ones you need for work. Doing this will leave you with more space, clutter-free and also attractive. 

Get Rid of Things from the Ground

Unlike your home, you have so little space to use. Hence, instead of littering the shed floor with tools and gardening materials, you could get creative. With walls, you get other options to decorate your garden.

  • Hanging: You could hang pegs, hooks, broom clips, magnetic strips, etc.
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  • Storing smaller tools using magnetic strips is a great idea. Tools like hand trowels and gardening shears are perfect for attaching to a strip on the wall.
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Reuse Old Furniture

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It is also good to store items that you hardly use away and have frequently used items easily accessible. Visit your local hardware store today to find simple tools you need to keep your garden shed in good condition to make your gardening easy and productive.



207 Chestnut Plain Rd, Whately, MA 01393

Single-Family

$685,000
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
One of the grandest colonial properties in the valley's quintessentially charming New England town center. Built in 1760, this 2,718 sf, 4 bed, 2 bath, well-maintained home has contemporary upgrades galore including a modern boiler feeding a hot-water baseboard system and a Super-Store hot water heater. There are 2 barns, one of which has a 8.7 kw solar array that provides 90% of the electricity and an exterior hook up for a generator too. There are also 2 additional sheds or small barns. The kitchen has an old world flavor but has an open concept layout that includes the dining room and a Vermont Castings wood stove too. The property includes a large organic vegetable garden, perennial gardens, raspberries, blueberries, plus almost 12 acres of land crossed by a stream, with a pond and an abundance of wildlife. More info at www.207-chestnut.com.
Open House
Sunday
September 22 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
PRICE REDUCED! Almost 12 acres of mostly open land and a 4 bedroom 2 bath home in Whately's village center.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 207 Chestnut Plain Rd, Whately, MA 01393    Get Directions

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