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This Multi-Family in Gloucester, MA recently sold for $530,000. This style home was sold by Office Vadala Real Estate - Vadala Real Estate.

134 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

East Gloucester


Sale Price

Approx. GLA
This rare East Gloucester two family offers spacious units, has been well maintained and has many recent updates. The current owners unit is located on the second floor with two levels of living. The first level has a spacious kitchen and dining area, a half bath, as well as two good sized bedrooms and a full bath. The second level consists of a large master suite with sitting area, walk-in closet and another full bath. The first floor provides a beautiful one bedroom apartment with high ceilings. This unit has a living room and a den allowing for a second bedroom possibility, as well as a kitchen, a large mudroom with laundry and full bath. There is also a small deck off of the second floor and a small patio area off the first floor. There is basement and attic storage as well as off street parking. It’s also conveniently located close to Good Harbor and Niles Beaches, Rocky Neck, various marinas, Bass Rocks Golf Course, East Gloucester Elementary School and Route 128.

Moving into a new home can be overwhelming. Once you have gone through the long process of buying a home, when the keys are your hand, your mind could be swirling with tons of ideas for what you should do in your new space. There are a few important things that you need to complete before you get into painting those walls or buying a new sofa. Read on for tips.

Look At Your Things

In the excitement of moving, you may forget about all of the stuff that you actually moved into the home. If you hired movers, check your boxes. Make sure that nothing is broken or damaged from the move. If there is anything wrong, you can file a complaint with your moving company.

Turn The Utilities On

The utilities need to be turned over to you from the previous owner. In many cases, you’ll need to contact the local utility companies in order to get the bills switched to your name and the services started. This is important for you to have a completely functioning household. Cable and Internet is a choice provider that you’ll also need to set up ahead of time before your move.

Unpack Your Stuff

Rome wasn’t built in a day but you need certain things like clothes and coffee makers as soon as you move into a space. Find the boxes that have the most important things in them like sheets, blankets, clothing, and important appliances. Work your way out. You don’t want your new home to stay a complete disaster zone forever. 

Organize Your Stuff

Moving into a new home gives you a new opportunity to get organized. Get everything in order the first time. This will keep you from needing to clean up constantly at a later date. When you start off with good organization you’ll be a lot happier in your new home. 

Think Security

Make sure that your new home is secure for your family. Think of everything from accidents to crime. Install an alarm system. Change the locks. Inspect the property for any hazards. All of these activities can help to make your new home a more secure place to live. 

Learn About Your New Surroundings

When you move into a new neighborhood, you should take the time to get to know the area. This includes meeting your neighbors and taking a stroll around your neighborhood to see the area more closely. Discover the highlights of the area like restaurants, shops, and other activities. Enjoy the new place that you call home to the fullest!

Although a slow, gradual approach to selling a house often proves to be ideal, there may be instances when you need to work quickly to list your home. In fact, some of the primary reasons why an individual may try to accelerate the home selling process include:

1. You are planning to move to a new house right away.

If you recently submitted an offer on a house that is contingent on selling your current residence, you may need to act fast to sell your present home. Otherwise, you may miss out on the opportunity to finalize the purchase of your dream residence.

For home sellers who face a time crunch, there is no need to worry. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can get the help that you need to enjoy a quick, seamless home selling experience.

Typically, a real estate agent will learn about your home selling goals. This housing market professional then will craft a strategy to help you sell your house within your designated time frame. That way, you can boost the likelihood of getting the best-possible price for your residence, regardless of how much time is at your disposal.

2. You know exactly what your house is worth.

A diligent home seller likely knows all about the condition of his or her residence. Thus, this seller should have no trouble setting a competitive price for his or her house, increasing the possibility of a fast home sale.

To determine a "fair" value for a home, it generally helps to conduct a house appraisal. During an appraisal, a property expert will examine a residence and provide a valuation. Next, you can use this valuation to establish a competitive price for your house.

Also, it may be beneficial to complete a home inspection prior to listing a residence. An inspection will help you identify any "hidden" home problems and ensure you can address these issues before they escalate.

3. You understand the local housing market.

The real estate market can be complex, particularly for home sellers who face pressure to sell their residences as quickly as possible. Luckily, a home seller who knows the ins and outs of the housing market can improve his or her chances of achieving the best-possible results.

To learn about the housing market, you may want to consult with a real estate agent. In addition to guiding you along the home selling process, a real estate agent can teach you about the local housing market. By doing so, a real estate agent can help you make informed decisions at each stage of the home selling journey.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is available to respond to your home selling concerns and questions. And if you're ever uncertain about whether to accept an offer on your house, a real estate agent is happy to provide expert recommendations.

Want to list your house? Plan ahead as much as you can, and you can quickly navigate the home selling cycle.

This Single-Family in Rockport, MA recently sold for $525,200. This Other style home was sold by Office Vadala Real Estate - Vadala Real Estate.

28 South ST., Rockport, MA 01966


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
One of a kind reproduction of an original 300 year old BOW house. Curb appeal deluxe with 2 BR's , 1 1/2 BA on a corner lot. Country kitchen with Rumford FP, family room with FP, LR with wide Pine Floors throughout and beautiful open "good morning" staircase. Central Air, full walk-out basement, circular driveway, back patio for entertaining with mature gardens. Quality!

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This must see two family provides opportunity for both owner occupants and investors. Well maintained by the current owner each unit has an updated kitchen and bath. The first floor unit has one bedroom, with an office or small second bedroom. The second floor unit has three bedrooms, and also has a walk up attic area for potential expansion. There is also a spacious basement for storage with laundry hookups for each unit. The exterior provides a nice fenced in yard, off street parking and a large storage shed. Finally this convenient location offers easy access to all the shops and restaurants of downtown Beverly, as well as parks and beaches, Route 128 and the MBTA commuter rail. Showings begin at Open House Sunday Jan 12th from 11:00am-1:00pm

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