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139 Fiskdale, Brookfield, MA 01506

Land

$79,900
Price

2.74
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Seek tranquility near the calming stream on these TWO approved building lots for one price just under three acres with over 200 Ft of road frontage each ~~ DEP numbers included!! ~~ 4 Bedroom Septic design in hand~~Driveway is roughed in and ready to be completed. Wonderful location near the Sturbridge line, just over one mile from Tantasqua High School. Easy MASS Pike access. These Adjacent lots would make a wonderful family estate!!
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91 Whitmarsh Ave, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$239,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Located in the north part of the city with great highway access is the wonderful three bedroom one and a half bathroom Colonial!~~Gleaming hardwood floors throughout the house~~Large living room with window seating and storage beneath it. Dining room featuring a built in china cabinet and wine fridge. Cabinet packed kitchen and full circle floor plan with easy access to the deck for outdoor entertaining.~~Updated windows and roof approx 15 years ago~~Fresh paint throughout~~Fenced in yard for your four legged family members~~One car garage. Don't miss your opportunity to check this out!!
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10 Federal Hill Road, Oxford, MA 01540

Single-Family

$199,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Pretty cape sitting on a beautiful lot! Sunny Kitchen was updated within last seven years and offers island and cherry cabinets. Dining room with corner hutch and hardwood flooring here as well as in the living room. Convenient first floor bedroom with washer/dryer and also laundry connection in basement. Two good sized bedrooms on second.floor. Newer furnace, plenty of off-street parking, two storage sheds and fabulous yard to enjoy this summer! Like to fish? Close to Carbuncle Pond and minutes to 395. Failed septic but still a fabulous price for this home!
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Pretty cape sitting on a beautiful lot! Sunny Kitchen was updated within last seven years and offers island and cherry cabinets. Dining room with corner hutch and hardwood flooring here as well as in the living room. Convenient first floor bedroom with washer/dryer and also laundry connection in basement. Two good sized bedrooms on second.floor. Newer furnace, plenty of off-street parking, two storage sheds and fabulous yard to enjoy this summer! Like to fish? Close to Carbuncle Pond and minutes to 395. Failed septic but still a fabulous price for this home!

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One of the best benefits of finally owning your own home is the ability to easily have friends and family over for both small get-togethers and large celebrations. And what gathering is complete without cocktails to kick off the event?

Step One: The Cart

Don’t be afraid to get creative and “hack” a cart of your own creation. There are many stylish bar cart options available both brand new and found in antique shops. However, a bar cart can easily be made from any sort of cart of your choosing or even not be a cart at all! Bookshelves and credenzas make for great bar cart alternatives.

The goal is to find something that fits your style, preferences and, of course, your cocktail collection. Consider if you’d like a built-in rack to hold liquor bottles or a drawer to store utensils. What you want for sure is a surface area large enough to work from and, if there are shelves, enough space to allow for bottle heights.

Step Two: Stock Up

If you don’t have one already, you’ll want to start building up a collection. Aim to have a bottle of each “go-to” type to cater to your guest’s variety of preferences. You’ll want to have a bottle each of vodka, whiskey, gin, tequila, rum, and brandy.

Opt for at least mid-shelf options. It’s okay to pick up small to medium sized bottles at first. Over time your collection will evolve and take on a “life” of its own where you’ll know what types, brands, and sizes to get to keep it well stocked. But to begin it’s wise to start small.

Step Three: The Fixings

Your next stop should be to pick up at least a few of the classic mixers: cranberry juice, coke, ginger ale/beer, and soda water. Others to consider are tomato, pineapple, and orange juice.

As your collection grows and evolves to become more complex you’ll probably want to consider cordials, syrups, bitters, and liqueurs. Simple syrup and aromatic bitters are perfect additions to a beginner collection.

Step Four: Tools of the Trade

Of course, you’ll need tools to craft your cocktails with. When getting started it’s very easy to find a kit with all the necessities. You’ll want to make sure you have a bottle opener, corkscrew, mixer, shaker, cocktail strainer, jigger, bar spoon, napkins and straws. Other handy tools to have are an ice bucket, muddler, and juicer.

If you’d like to keep a minimal cart cocktail tumblers will get the job done for most cocktails. However. If you’d like to have a full array you’ll need:

  • High ball (10 to 14 fl oz)

  • Low ball (4 to 10 fl oz)

  • White wine

  • Red wine

  • Martini

  • Shot glasses

Step Five: Putting It Together

The trick to making your bar cart (or really any grouping of items) look carefully curated and appealing is to follow a couple of design rules.

  1. Group like-items together. So liquor bottles are in one grouping, and glasses in another. Decorative trays add to the aesthetic while also maintaining order.

  2. Place short items towards the front and tall to the back. This creates uniformity and a tidy display. It also ensures nothing gets hidden or lost in the process if you have a large collection.

The rest is about creating a unique-to-you display. It’s common to display a painting behind or above the cart and add a vase of flowers or lamp. When purchasing items for your cart keep your home decor in mind. Does a sleek set bar tools create a similar aesthetic? Or perhaps an eclectic mix found at flea markets and specialty shops. If your area has local distilleries picking up bottles from these brands creates a truly unique display.




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