RE/MAX Bell Park Realty



Posted by Loomis Team on 4/28/2017

This Single-Family in Pomfret, CT recently sold for $185,000. This Cape style home was sold by Loomis Team - RE/MAX Bell Park Realty.


185 Pomfret St, Pomfret CT, 06259

Single-Family

$192,000
Price
$185,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Move right in to this comfortable home. The new, large deck overlooks the open back yard, and to the abutting Audubon land. Hardwood floors throughout most of the house, and new tile floor in the kitchen. Pellet stove in the dining room, and built-ins in the livingroom, there is so much charm in this house. Hand crafted sliding wall provides options for room uses. One bedroom and full bath upstairs. Updates include roof, gutters, and downspouts; drilled well; concrete basement floor, and more. One car, detached garage, plus an outbuilding for hobbies.

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Posted by Loomis Team on 4/28/2017

This Single-Family in Plainfield, CT recently sold for $259,000. This Cape style home was sold by Loomis Team - RE/MAX Bell Park Realty.


109 Glebas Rd, Plainfield CT, 06374

Single-Family

$269,900
Price
$259,000
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2
Baths
At the end of a cul-de-sac with views year round. Very well kept and maintained by the same family for 43 years. Two large bedrooms on the second level with a full bath. Both bedrooms have double closets, and storage. Two large bedrooms on the first level, also. The kitchen and first floor full bath have been recently updated. The lower level is partially finished, and includes a wetbar. There is an outdoor shower, tiered deck, and above ground pool ready for the summer. Enjoy peaceful, relaxing views from almost every window.

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Posted by Loomis Team on 4/25/2017

One of a kind Victorian home located near downtown Putnam. Dorm style use. Large modern commercial kitchen. Formal dining. Bathrooms include multiple showers and sinks. Three levels plus basement. 3 living/family rooms, enclosed porch.

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Posted by Loomis Team on 4/24/2017


62 Church St, Putnam CT, 06260

Single-Family

$400,000
Price

20
Bedrooms
25
Rooms
5/3
Full/Half Baths
One of a kind Victorian home located near downtown Putnam. Dorm style use. Large modern commercial kitchen. Formal dining. Bathrooms include multiple showers and sinks. Three levels plus basement. 3 living/family rooms, enclosed porch.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Loomis Team on 4/24/2017

Moving into a new house is a doorway to new opportunities, experiences and friendships.Depending on the size and layout of your house, you'll gain more space and style. You'll also gain a jam packed schedule, miles of driving and sore muscles. On the flip side, you could let professional movers take care of the heavy lifting.

Pros you get when you hire professional movers

The chance to avoid heavy lifting that's inherit in a house move aside, working with professional movers is not all upswing. Balance the pros and cons of paying professional movers to take you from your current to your new home. To get started, consider:

Experience counts - You may have moved two to three times on your own, struggling with friends to get a sofa or widescreen television up a flight of steps. Professional movers have helped relocate individuals and families dozens or more times. If it takes you eight hours to move a three bedroom house, professional movers might complete the job in less than three hours.

House moving supplies - Professional movers keep supplies on hand. You won't have to pay for protective covers, tape or dollies.

Forget the driving - Relocate to another city or state and you may not have to drive. To get professional movers to drive for you, include transportation in the contract that you sign with movers. Expect to pay for transportation services by the mile. Only work with movers who insure your household goods. If your employer is picking up these costs, this is a huge energy saver.

Cons associated with professional movers

Don't just focus on the pros. Consider the following cons of working with professional movers to decide if hiring an experienced team is the best option.

Price - Professional movers can be pricey. For long distance moves, you'll generally pay for insurance, mileage and the actual moving services. Some movers encourage you to leave a tip.Companies like UHaul list area movers that may or may not offer you a discount.

You're not completely in charge - Although you get to set move start and end times, should movers run late on a previous job, they might not show up at your home on time. You also may not be able to tell movers which furniture pieces to load onto the moving truck first.

Boxes - Depending on the home moving company that you hire, you could be responsible for getting your own moving boxes. If you do get home moving boxes from professional movers, it could cost you $1 or more per box.

You may still have to pack and unpack -If you pack and unpack yourself, you'll save money even if you work with movers.

A house move"to do" list can get long quickly. Hiring professional movers could shift half of the moving responsibilities from you to contractors. Just make sure that you understand moving company rules. Also, communicate clear start and end dates and times. Above all, get references and only enter into agreements with professional movers you can trust.




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