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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 9/21/2017


88 Beach Street , Dennis, MA 02638

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$809,000
Price

7
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
NORTH of 6A tucked away from the road this FULLY RENOVATED Year Round BEACH HOME is a delightful hidden gem! A total transformation in 2017 has turned it into an immaculate & gorgeous house. Fabulous NEW light & bright kitchen w/granite,cabinets,appliances,subway tile & island w/ seating for 6 which opens to the dining & sunken living area.Master bedroom has been freshly renovated w/an en suite bathroom w/new tile & vanity. A sunny second bedroom has plenty of closet space. NEW ADDITION has added a vaulted ceiling bedroom. Gleaming hardwood floors just installed & refinished throughout & fresh paint on all the walls. The exterior has NEW Paint,Windows,Paver Patio,Roof plus a lovely newly landscaped private yard. The perfect beach house less than a mile to Bay View/Mayflower Beaches
Open House
Sunday
September 24 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Please come see this fantastic FULLY RENOVATED year round beach house!!! Close to Mayflower and Bay View Beaches!!
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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 9/17/2017

Have you ever heard anyone complain about a house having too much storage space? Of course not. That's impossible. Storage space is one of the top features home buyers look for when it comes to shopping for houses. We tend to accumulate a lot of stuff, whether it's kids toys, expired boxes of Rice-A-Roni†or, in my case, roughly one million DVDs. It's hard to part ways with the things we love (who knows when you might suddenly have the urge to watch†The Last of the Mohicans). So, what's the solution? Better home storage, of course. In this article we'll cover ten of the best hacks--big and small--that will help you improve your home storage and organization. 1. Storage†seating If you need extra seating in your home office or entry way, why not go with something that includes storage space? Storage benches are increasingly popular and can be a good place to put your gloves and scarves in the winter time. 2. Roll your clothes The next time you do laundry, try rolling up your shirts and pants and stack the rolls vertically. It will help you fit a lot more in one drawer and you'll be able to grab your favorites without digging through a pile of folded laundry. 3. Make dividers for your clothing drawers Is your underwear drawer an amalgamation of every different type of sock and underwear? Use makeshift dividers (cardboard or plastic will do) inside your drawers to keep things grouped the way you want. 4. Flip down desk Instead of taking up floor space for the desk that you use once a month, install a fold down desk onto your wall and store the chair in the closet. It will open up the floor of the room. 5. Vertical storage solutions Look around the room you're in. See all that empty air up near the ceiling? If you're really pressed for space, try incorporating vertical storage solutions in your closets and bathroom. 6. Magnets You've probably seen those cool magnetic knife holders on the Food Network and thought, "I need this in my life." But I bet you've never thought about using one for your tweezers or toothbrush. Placing a magnetic strip in your bathroom cabinet will free up space and allow for easy access to all of your bathroom utensils. Plus you can finally rest assured that no one else's toothbrush touched yours. 7. Bed storage Some beds pop up to allow storage underneath. Others include built-in drawers under the mattress. If a new bed frame isn't in your budget right now, opt for storage bins as slim as you need to fit things like extra blankets and off-season clothing under the bed. 8. Hanging up your bicycles Whether it's in your huge garage or in your tiny studio apartment, you've probably lamented the amount of space bicycles take up. Bike hangers allow you to store your bikes vertically taking up significantly less room. 9. Slide out pantry Slide out pantries allow you to store a lot more and bring all your food within reach. That means you have no more excuses to be finding cans of tuna fish from five years ago. 10. Cord organizers The best way to organize cords is to eliminate them. Wireless controllers, speakers and headphones are now all quite affordable. But for things like cell phone chargers, there are several gadgets you can buy to keep your cords separated and tucked out of sight.  





Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 9/10/2017

If youíre selling your home it can be frustrating when you arenít receiving any offers. Perhaps youíve heard that itís a sellerís market and that the offers on your house would be flying in. However, itís more complicated than that.

Whether or not your house receives offers is determined by a number of reasons--some that in your control, others that arenít. But, that doesnít mean you have to give up and sell your house at a low price.

In this article, weíll discuss what to do if your house just isnít selling. Weíll talk about some reasons why people may be hesitant to bid, to inquire about a showing, and to seal the deal and purchase your home.

Revisit the comparable properties

If your home has been on the market for a while, itís a good idea to check out the other recent homes in your neighborhood to see how their prices compare to the listing price of your home. Since the market fluctuates, other sellers could be adjusting the cost to reflect the current rates, leaving yours higher than it should be.

When pricing your home, make sure you are comparing your house to those that have actually sold. Using houses that have been on the market for a while as a baseline might mean youíve priced your home too high to sell just like theirs.

Also, make sure you are using houses that share many of the common features that yours does. This can include:

  • Square footage

  • The year the house was built

  • Number of bedrooms and baths

  • The lot size

  • The condition of the home

Remember, it isnít all just about location.

Getting more leads

If people arenít making inquiries about your home, there are a few things you should check up on. First, make sure your listings are updated and accurate. The contact info should be easy to find, and you or your real estate agent should provide multiple means of contact (email, cell phone, text, etc.).

Next, ensure that youíve given enough details about the house. If people are searching for a specific number of rooms but your listing doesnít mention the number of rooms you have, you might be missing out on several inquiries.

Finally, make sure your photos are high resolution and well-lit. You want to make sure visitors to your listing can get a clear idea of what your home looks like. If your photos are small, dark, blurry, or if they make the house look cramped and cluttered, you should retake your photos or consider hiring a photographer.

Getting more offers

If youíve had plenty of inquiries and showings but you arenít getting any offers there may be a deeper, underlying issue that needs to be addressed. Usually, this means your home needs important repairs and upgrades that buyers simply donít want to make.

If your house is priced to be move-in ready but itís not, youíll have to make some upgrades or lower the price.

Not working with an agent

Sellers can also have a difficult time getting offers if they attempt to sell the home themselves without using a real estate agent. If your home is FSBO (For Sale by Owner), youíre missing out on a number of listing services and connections that an agent can provide.





Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 9/8/2017


19 Dr Bottero Road , Dennis, MA 02638

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$1,695,000
Price

8
Total Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
This classic 4 bedroom Contemporary Cape is directly across the street from one of the most desirable beaches on Cape Cod just west of Mayflower beach. Panoramic marsh and bay views from P-Town to Plymouth. Architecturally designed to withstand the beach environment including red cedar roof, koma trim, and pre-stained cedar siding. An open floor plan great for entertaining. The window placement throughout allows for maximum natural sunlight. Gas fireplaces in the great room and master bedroom are perfect for weekend getaways after summer. Hardwood floors throughout. Exterior viewing decks and balcony overlooking the ever changing great salt marsh. Short walk to Gina's and Chapin's restaurants. Breathtaking sunsets. Beach access just steps away. Great opportunity to park the car and
Open House
Saturday
September 09 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Please come and see this amazing beach house!
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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 9/8/2017


17 Schooner Road , Dennis, MA 02638

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$1,695,000
Price

7
Total Rooms
4
Beds
4
Baths
BAY HEIGHTS- Enjoy your own private association beach in this highly sought beachfront neighborhood. This 4 bedroom 4 bath home was newly renovated in '07 and offers an open kitchen/great rm highlighted with custom painted cabinets, granite counters, oversized center island, Wolfe 6 burner range, and Sub Zero refrigerator. Other features include coffered ceilings, built in bookcases, crown ceiling moldings, and heart pine floors throughout. Enjoy the Great rm with fireplace and French doors opening out to a stone terrace. There is central A/C and a Title V septic. The beach access is only 75 yards away!
Open House
Saturday
September 09 at 2:00 PM to 2:00 AM
Please come and see this fantastic year round beach home with private beach rights!
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Location: 17 Schooner Road , Dennis, MA 02638    Get Directions

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