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24 Juniper Drive, Mansfield, MA 02048

Single-Family

$399,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
OPEN HOUSE ON SEPTEMBER 29th 11-12:30. Buy a house in Mansfield MA! Being Sold "AS IS". Needs TLC. Beautiful neighborhood setting and conveniently located just minutes to commuter rail, major highways and downtown. Located 40 miles south of Boston and 30 miles north of Providence, RI. Mansfield offers an outstanding school system and a great environment. Large fenced in yard, ideal for family gatherings, pets or perhaps a pool. 2 full bathrooms partially remodeled in the past year. Roof was replaced in 2016 and bulkhead in 2018. New kitchen floor. Stainless Steel refrigerator and dishwasher. New whole house fan. Partially finished basement. 4th bedroom currently being used as a Den. Bring your thoughts and ideas on how you could make this a fabulous home for you and your family. Come by and take a look!
Open House
Sunday
September 29 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 24 Juniper Drive, Mansfield, MA 02048    Get Directions

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24 Juniper Drive, Mansfield, MA 02048

Single-Family

$410,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Buy a house in Mansfield MA! Being Sold "AS IS". Needs TLC. Beautiful neighborhood setting and conveniently located just minutes to commuter rail, major highways and downtown. Located 40 miles south of Boston and 30 miles north of Providence, RI. Mansfield offers an outstanding school system and a great environment. Large fenced in yard, ideal for family gatherings, pets or perhaps a pool. 2 full bathrooms partially remodeled in the past year. Roof was replaced in 2016 and bulkhead in 2018. New kitchen floor. Stainless Steel refrigerator and dishwasher. New whole house fan. Partially finished basement. 4th bedroom currently being used as a Den. Bring your thoughts and ideas on how you could make this a fabulous home for you and your family. Come by and take a look! 1ST SHOWING at HOUSE ON SUNDAY AUGUST 25 FROM 11-1pm.
Open House
Sunday
September 08 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 24 Juniper Drive, Mansfield, MA 02048    Get Directions

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24 Juniper Drive, Mansfield, MA 02048

Single-Family

$417,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Buy a house in Mansfield MA! Being Sold "AS IS". Needs TLC. Beautiful neighborhood setting and conveniently located just minutes to commuter rail, major highways and downtown. Located 40 miles south of Boston and 30 miles north of Providence, RI. Mansfield offers an outstanding school system and a great environment. Large fenced in yard, ideal for family gatherings, pets or perhaps a pool. 2 full bathrooms partially remodeled in the past year. Roof was replaced in 2016 and bulkhead in 2018. New kitchen floor. Stainless Steel refrigerator and dishwasher. New whole house fan. Partially finished basement. 4th bedroom currently being used as a Den. Bring your thoughts and ideas on how you could make this a fabulous home for you and your family. Come by and take a look! 1ST SHOWING at HOUSE ON SUNDAY AUGUST 25 FROM 11-1pm.
Open House
Sunday
August 25 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 24 Juniper Drive, Mansfield, MA 02048    Get Directions

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When you’re showing your home, you need to stage the home properly to impress buyers. Buyers need to be able to get an idea of what it would be like to live in the home. No matter what your own lifestyle is, or what problems you have had in the home, there are certain things that you probably don’t want to share with anyone who could be a potential buyer on a walk through. 


Any Kind Of Taxidermy


Although you may enjoy hunting and taxidermy, there are few things that creep out potential buyers more than seeing animals that were formerly alive hanging on your wall. It’s been shown that taxidermy often gives buyers a sense of dread and can creep them out. Yes, that bear rug may be comfy and quite the accomplishment, but not everyone will share the same sentiment as you. Be sure to get all of these animal displays out of your home when you’re getting ready to sell it and show the property.


Personal Collections That May Be A Bit On The Strange Side


It’s really cool if you want to collect dolls, clowns, or have some kind of a celebrity shrine in your home. It’s cool for you, that is. Keep these items to yourself, especially when the home is going to be shown. Any room that could be considered too full of any one kind of item should be redecorated slightly before a home showing. 


Weapons


Weapons are on the same spectrum as taxidermy. Many people may have differing opinions with you on the subject and it could creep some buyers out. If you have any kinds of guns or knives displayed in your home, you should put them away for showings. These items can make buyers feel very uncomfortable and leave them turned off by your home.       



Political Items


If you like to get political, know that many people who are potentially going to buy your home probably don’t share your views or interests. Keep any politically charged signs and organizational symbols out of view for the showing of your home. Buyers may not be able to relate, and in turn, end up being turned off by your home.     


Bug Traps Or Mouse Traps


We all have experienced bugs or mice in our homes at one time or another. When the house goes up for sale, you don’t want to advertise this by keeping any kinds of traps in view of buyers. People will get creeped out easily by the thought that pests have infested the home at some point. Although the home inspection will probably note that there was some type of a pest problem in the home, you don’t want to lose potential buyers because a mouse trap was in view.


An open house is a big deal, particularly for a homebuyer who is intent on finding his or her dream residence as quickly as possible. If you plan ahead for an open house, you can make the most of this event.

Ultimately, there are many reasons for a homebuyer to craft a list of questions prior to an open house, and these reasons include:

1. You can optimize your time and resources.

Let's face it – few homebuyers have time and resources to spare. And if you attend an open house, it is important to do everything possible to maximize its value.

With a list of questions in hand, you can attend an open house and learn everything you want to know about a residence. Then, when you have answers to your questions, you can decide whether to submit an offer on a residence or continue your search for your dream house.

2. You can obtain in-depth home insights.

In many instances, homebuyers will attend an open house and leave with many questions about a residence. Yet homebuyers who create a list of questions prior to an open house can quickly gain the insights they need to identify their ideal home.

For homebuyers who want to obtain in-depth home insights, preparing a list of questions prior to an open house is a must. Homebuyers who ask questions about a house's interior, exterior, condition and age can learn about many different aspects of a residence. As a result, these buyers can use all of the information at their disposal to determine whether a house matches their expectations.

3. You can make the best-possible decision regarding a home.

Buying a house is rarely a simple decision. Fortunately, attending an open house with a list of questions can help a buyer make an informed decision about any residence, at any time.

When pursuing homes, there is no reason to leave anything to chance. By preparing questions before an open house, a homebuyer can take a data-driven approach to evaluate a house. And after a comprehensive assessment, a buyer can move forward with a home offer or reenter the housing market.

As you get ready to attend an open house, it may be beneficial to hire a real estate agent too. Because if you have a real estate agent at your side, you may be able to achieve your homebuying goals faster than ever before.

A real estate agent understands the housing market and its intricacies. As such, a real estate agent can keep you up to date about open house events and help you plan accordingly.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will do everything possible to take the guesswork out of buying a house. If you ever have questions during the homebuying journey, a real estate agent is happy to respond to them.

Prepare a list of questions before you attend an open house – you'll be glad you did. By doing so, you should have no trouble discovering your ideal residence.




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