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52 Gentry Lane, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$369,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Many recent updates including windows, trim and front stairs make this home the best value in Taunton! Expanded Cape in a sought after neighborhood perfectly situated at the end of a cul-de-sac. This 8 room home offers 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths with a 2-car garage. Many outstanding features include central air, a large kitchen/dining room with ceramic floors, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances, beautiful living room with hardwood floors, large family room with cathedral ceilings. The second floor has 3 bedrooms including a 21 x 12 Master Bedroom, and a completely remodeled full bathroom. Large deck overlooks a beautiful backyard. Many recent updates include newer roof, septic system, air conditioner unit, water heater, sprinkler system and recent bathroom renovations. Easy to show with lock box. Call or text listing agent.
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Like any house hunting wish list, certain items take precedence over others. A lot depends on your lifestyle, the age of your family members, and even your health. If, for example, you need to visit your doctor regularly or pick up prescriptions every other week, living a short distance from a pharmacy and medical offices will make your life a lot easier.

Since grocery shopping is something everyone does at least once a week, finding a home within ten to 15 minutes of a supermarket will save you time and gas money. Your real estate agent or listing agent should be able to give you a good rundown of nearby amenities -- but you'll be better able to evaluate those conveniences if you have a clear idea of what's important to you and your family.

  • Transportation: Short commutes to work are high on most people's house-hunting "wish lists." City dwellers often need to be a short walk from bus stops, subway stations, and other modes of public transportation. Frequent travelers prefer a short drive to local airports, train stations, and major highways.
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  • Fitness and recreation: It's all-too-easy to ignore our need for regular exercise when the nearest public park, golf course, or tennis court is 45 minutes away. However, when your home is located just a stone's throw away from walking paths, biking trails, and fitness facilities, you'll have much more of a tendency to stay healthier and more active.
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Other necessary services and conveniences to consider when searching for your next home may include everything from a reliable dog groomer and veterinarian to a trusted family dentist and car maintenance shop. While it's not possible to find a home that's located within a short drive to all resources, conveniences, and essential services, your ideal location will be reasonably close to as many of your family's routine needs and desired destinations as possible.



52 Gentry Lane, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$369,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This home is back on market due to buyer's inability to obtain financing. Pride of ownership shows with this immaculate expanded Cape in a sought after neighborhood perfectly situated at the end of a cul-de-sac. This 8 room home offers 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths with a 2-car garage. Many outstanding features include central air conditioning, a large kitchen/dining room with ceramic floors, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances, beautiful living room with hardwood floors, large family room with cathedral ceilings. The second floor has 3 bedrooms including a 21 x 12 Master Bedroom, and a completely remodeled full bathroom. Large deck overlooks a beautiful backyard. Many recent updates include newer roof, septic system, air conditioner unit, water heater, sprinkler system and recent bathroom renovations. Easy to show with lock box. Call or text listing agent.
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Growing fresh vegetables and herbs in your own backyard can hold a lot of appeal to many but not everyone has the luxury of a large backyard to start one. If you’re home has a yard with limited space don’t give up your garden dreams just yet! Below are some tips on how to start your own small vegetable garden whether you have a postage stamp lawn or none at all! Start with research - No matter what the square footage you are working with is it is important to do some research first. You will want to create a list of the types of vegetables and herbs you are hoping to grow. You will then want to find out how much light they require, which season they produce during and if there are any plants they do not do well next to. Other things to consider are how deep and wide the roots grow. When you only have so much space to work with you want to maximize every inch. If one plant takes up a quarter of your garden while another can share that same space with several other plants you will want to weigh out how badly you want that particular plant. Choosing “dwarf” or “compact” varieties of plants will also help you make the most any small garden. Small land - With some careful planning and thoughtful placement you can get just as much or more from your small garden than those with larger plots of land. It’s all in the details. One technique you will want to favor is the vertical growing method. Essentially you place the taller growing plants in the back and the shorter growing ones in the front so that they are not deprived of sunlight behind your taller plants. Use a garden planner tool to your advantage to pre-plan your garden and how you will fit the different varieties of plants on your small plot. You may also want to consider using the succession planting method. When a plant has stopped producing you remove it and plant seeds for a new crop whose growing season is upcoming. This will allow you to truly maximize your limited space. Patio - Creating a container garden will be your best friend when you are lacking land to plant vegetables in. When choosing pots ensure that they have drainage holes on the bottom and keep in in mind that the larger the pot the better. A larger pot helps the soil retain moisture and maintain an even temperature. If your container is large enough you may even be able to get away with planting an upward growing plant with some under growing varieties. Window boxes - If you don’t have enough space in your backyard or a patio to dedicate to a garden you still have options. Window boxes can offer more than just space for perennial flowers they are also perfect for growing herbs and salad greens in. Planting several herb varieties per box will provide you with a homegrown spice rack at your fingertips! While it may seem that gardening is impossible without a large plot of land almost anyone, no matter the space of their home can grow a garden. With a little research and a willingness to get your hands dirty, you too can have home grown produce!


00 Confidential, Holbrook, MA 02343

Business Opportunity

$1,700,000
Price

30
Parking Spaces
34,160.00
Lot Size
3,048
Building SQFT
Incredible opportunity to own a well-established, one owner, highly profitable 62-year old established landscaping, garden center, and nursery business for sale along with the property. The property consists of two building situated on a 34,160 sq. ft. lot. The company has been a local brand since 1955 servicing approximately 600 customers, both residential and commercial accounts. Landscape services account for approximately 63% of the revenue, while the garden center and nursery account for approximately 27%. Revenues have been in the 1 million plus for the past 3 years, there exists huge untapped potential to increase revenues with marketing, advertising and optimizing social media. Sale includes all assets including vehicles, equipment, computers, office furniture, etc. valued at approximately $400,000 to replace new. Perfect for an experienced operator.
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