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Each unit has 4 rooms and 2 bedrooms. Seperate utilities. New boilers. Second floor is being renovated. Whole property needs a little TLC but worth the effort.

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122 Canterbury, Worcester, MA 01603

Multi-Family

$225,000
Price

2
Units
1,745
Approx. GLA
Each unit has 4 rooms and 2 bedrooms. Seperate utilities. New boilers. Second floor is being renovated. Whole property needs a little TLC but worth the effort.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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In a competitive selling market, it’s vital to make sure you take advantage of any way to give your home an edge over the competition.

Many sellers make expensive home improvements in the hopes of attracting buyers. But, even if you’re on a budget, there are ways to boost curb appeal and increase the value of your home to make your home competitive in today’s seller’s market.

In today’s post, I’m going to cover eight low-cost upgrades you can make to your home today. We tried to keep all of the upgrades under $100 so that you can stick to your budget while still making a big difference in your home.

1. Paint the front door ($30)

One of the first things a potential buyer will notice about your home is the front door. Putting on a fresh coat of paint, especially one that pops and contrasts with the color of your home, will help to make it stand out on the block.

2. Paint your interior trim and baseboards ($75 - $100)

Baseboards often get dirty or scuffed up over the years. Putting a fresh coat of paint will make the entire room look like new. Stick with white for most rooms--it will brighten them up and make them feel clean.

3. Replace your outlet and light switch plates ($20)

They get dirty, they crack, and they get covered in messy paint every time you repaint your walls. Outlet and switch plates see a lot of wear and tear, and a dirty one can be off-putting for potential buyers.

For just a few dollars each or less, replace them all to give the rooms of your home a facelift.

4. Replace fixtures ($50 - $100)

Whether it’s the knobs of your kitchen cabinets or faucet fixtures, there are a number of small items in the kitchen and bathrooms that can be upgraded.

Stainless steel is now out of style, with homeowners choosing brushed nickel and bronze over the traditional stainless.

5. Choose a new shower head ($30 - $50)

Installing a shower head is a lot easier than it looks. Plus, luxurious looking shower heads can be purchased for less than $50 on Amazon, making them a great choice to add a touch of indulgence to the shower.

6. Add new bright, energy efficient lighting ($30 - $50)

Bright LEDs can make a room feel more spacious and modern, and it can save you a few dollars on the electric bill. Installing new lights throughout the home is a good way to show off what lies within.

7. Paint or replace your mailbox ($20 - $80)

Mailboxes can easily get dirty and dented over the years and most of us pay little mind to them. But prospective buyers likely will be on the lookout for any signs of neglect when they view your home. Having a freshly painted mailbox will leave a good first impression.

8. Rent a pressure washer for a day ($50 - $100)

Pressure washing the exterior of your home can make a huge difference when it comes to upgrading curb appeal. Vinyl siding gets dirty quickly and isn’t all that easy to clean.

You can rent a pressure washer from The Home Depot or your local hardware store for typically less than $100 a day.


This Single-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $254,000. This Cape style home was sold by Office Remax - RE/MAX Vision.


3 Longworth Rd, Worcester, MA 01602

Single-Family

$254,900
Price
$254,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Location x 3!. What a fabulous home in one of the most sought after neighborhoods in booming Worcester.This center hall classic cape offers 3 bedrooms ( 2 up and 1 down) and 2 full baths! Take a look at the updated kitchen cabinets and counters! It opens to a lovely dining room full of sunlight. Check out the deck off of the kitchen that overlooks the flat backyard. This home has been nicely maintained too. The updates include: architectural roof, siding, downspouts, gutters, and heating system. The décor is updated with soothing colors. All of this and a garage too!

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328 Malden Street, Holden, MA 01520

Single-Family

$294,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Lovingly owned and cared for 1957 cape with a rear family room addition~~~Formal living room with hardwood flooring and a brick fireplace with a wood stove insert~~~ Large family room with beamed ceiling, sliders and a brick hearth with a wood stove features glass doors to the rear deck~~~First floor bedroom now a dining room with chair rail...closet with custom built ins...corner display cabinet could easily be converted back to a 3rd bedroom~~~Step saving kitchen features a dining area and plenty of cabinets with work space~~~Two generous bedrooms on the second floor with built - ins...tongue n groove walls...eave storage and a cedar closet~~~Many recent updates includes thermopane windows, architectural asphalt shingle roof...200 amp electrical box...driveway and heating system~~~Private rear yard overlooks this wooded 1 acre site with a patio, garage plus a storage shed~~~Located off Main Street near Chapel Street provides easy access to highways for commuting~~~
Open House
Sunday
March 17 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
NEW LISTING~~~Stop in to see this charming 2 - 3 bedroom cape with 2 full baths. Formal living and dining room plus a large family room creating a flexible floor plan.
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Location: 328 Malden Street, Holden, MA 01520    Get Directions

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