N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors

Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 8/15/2017

22 Cutting Lane, Sudbury, MA 01776



Full/Half Baths
NEARING COMPLETION AT THE ARBORETUM: Very popular North Sudbury NEW CONSTRUCTION. Refreshing floor plan designed around a turned staircase at center of home. Beautiful 19 x 24 custom, gourmet, center island kitchen. Convenient butler's pantry services the large dining room. Open and sunny entertainment sized family room with gas fireplace. Large activity-friendly mud room adjacent to the 3 car garage. Also, a private first floor den. The 2nd floor offers a 5 room master bedroom suite w/matching walk-in closets, sitting room and fabulous bathing spa. There is a "Jack and Jill" bathroom for bedrooms 2 and 3, plus a 4th bedroom with private bath. Large bonus room with custom built-ins could be the 5th bedroom. Natural gas. Walk out basement. 5 bedroom septic. Lots of "new home" maintenance and energy saving features. You will not be disappointed. THIS HOME IS ONLY A FEW WEEKS FROM COMPLETION
Open House
August 20 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Fabulous new home nearing completion. Huge gourmet kitchen has just been installed, lush landscaping is nearly complete and the amazing hardwood floors extend into the bedrooms. Come on Sunday and check out the 5 room master bedroom suite. Lots of high end finish and interesting styling. Walkout basement and natural gas utilities. This home can be occupied in less than 30 days. You will not be disappointed.
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Location: 22 Cutting Lane, Sudbury, MA 01776    Get Directions

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Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 8/14/2017

157 Mansfield Ave, Norton, MA 02766

Mobile Home


Lovely waterview of Norton Lake and small pond. Like brand new construction-major renovation-new wood, new windows, roof, doors, insulation. Vaulted kitchen with oak cabinetry, center island and new appliances. Just steps from Norton lake-for boating, canoeing, kayaking, all watercraft allowed. Walk to water. Recessed lighting. Two miles to Mansfield Train station. 2 minutes to TPC. Walk to Wheaton College. Private park, cul-de-sac.
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Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 8/14/2017

Purchasing a property in a planned development, gated community or a place with leased land can seem confusing due to regulations. The biggest difference in buying one of these properties instead of a single family home comes with one main difference: additional fees. HOA stands for Home Owner’s Association, which is what you’re obligated to join when you purchase a home within a community. You’ll pay the association monthly or annual fees for the upkeep of community centers and buildings within the complex. Before you decide to buy, it’s a good idea to know how these fees work and how to get the most for your money when purchasing a home with HOA fees.

HOA Fees 101

HOA fees range from about $200-$400 a month. If you’re looking to move into a more upscale community or are looking for a lot of amenities, expect to pay more for your fee. The association may charge an extra assessment if additional funds are needed for projects such as a new roof or a new pool.

Equal Responsibility

All residents in condos or town homes are equally responsible for the common maintenance such as landscaping, garages, fitness rooms, pools, clubhouses and sidewalks. HOA fees are said to help homeowners maintain a certain quality of life within their community and keep the properties safe and pleasant for all residents. 

The Rules

Homeowner’s Associations have certain rules that all residents must follow. These can include what color your house can be, what type of landscaping you can do, if you can install satellite TV, or where you are able to park your car. These rules are pretty similar to the ones that you would need to follow if you were living in an apartment building. If you’d like to do anything outside of the rules of the HOA, you’ll need to file what’s called a variance with the association in order to get approval. All in all, it’s important to obey the rules when you’re living in a property governed by an HOA, otherwise, hefty consequences can result. 

Tips For Successful Living In A Community Setting

  • Know the rules
  • Make sure that the home you want to buy is in compliance with current HOA standards
  • Be sure your temperament matches with community living

Questions To Ask About HOA Fees

  • How are fee increases set?
  • How often do fee increases occur?
  • What is covered under the HOA fee?
  • What conflicts have occurred in the association and how were they resolved?
  • What kind of insurance is on the building?

Home Owner’s Association Fees are a good thing because they prevent major issues like horrible paint colors and parking issues from ruining a community. However, when purchasing a home in a community setting, you need to be smart about what the fees cover and if living in that community has your best interests in mind.   

Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 8/10/2017

310 Flagg Hill Road on Windermere, Boxborough, MA 01719



Full/Half Baths
Contemporary Hilltop Stunner. Custom designed with the view in mind & every amenity for complete relaxation & all your entertaining needs. You will not miss one moment of the Spectacular Sunsets from the decks & patio. Stargaze far from ambient light and then take a dip in your totally private pool or hot tubs. Hit the gym & grab a steam before gathering in the Pub Room that will be the envy of all your friends! Escape to the lavish Master Suite in it's own wing-separate from the other bedrooms. Enjoy your morning cup in sundrenched open kitchen w/mountain views. Unparalleled value. Sited perfectly on 8+ acres, surrounded by and abuts 290 acres of protected land & trails. Within minutes of shopping, restaurants, airport & major commuter routes. Fish, hike, play tennis ,swim ,horseback ride or Just Bask in the Tranquility of "Windermere"The only thing this property doesn't offer...is neighbors!
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August 13 at 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Its a Lifestyle... Spectacular Views ! Pool ,hot tub ,tennis This property could not replicated! 8+ acres surrounded by 280+ acres of trails and nature . Come to Flagg Hill
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Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 8/7/2017

Attending a home showing often represents a major milestone in the homebuying journey. But after you take an up-close look at a house, how should you proceed?

There are many questions to consider after you attend a home showing, including:

1. What Did You Think of the Home?

Although it may appear to be love at first sight after you view a property for the first time, it usually is better to err on the side of caution. Thus, after you check out a home, you may want to take at least a few hours to assess the property.

Does the residence fit your budget? Is the property big enough to accommodate your family? And is the residence close to your office? These are just some of the questions that you'll want to consider as you evaluate the pros and cons of a house.

Also, don't forget to consult with your real estate agent. This professional may be able to offer additional insights into a house that you might struggle to obtain elsewhere. By doing so, your real estate agent can help you determine how to proceed with a residence.

2. Should I Submit an Offer?

The decision to submit an offer on a house is a big one, particularly for those who want to purchase a high-quality property at a budget-friendly price.

Ultimately, you'll want to look at various housing market factors before you submit an offer on a residence. Consider how long a residence has been listed as well as the prices of comparable houses in the same city or town. Furthermore, you'll want to consider the property's condition and whether major repairs will be needed in the near future.

Your real estate agent can help you put together a competitive offer on a house that won't exceed your budget. This housing market professional will enable you to examine the pros and cons of a residence and make it easy for you to decide how to move forward after a home showing.

3. What Are My Options?

Homebuyers have many options after they view a house. They may choose to submit an offer on the residence. Or, if a house fails to meet their expectations, homebuyers can continue to explore the real estate market.

No homebuyer should feel backed into a corner after a home showing. Fortunately, your real estate agent will be able to outline all of your options. This real estate professional will simplify the process of finding your dream house and allocate the necessary time and resources to explain all of the options at your disposal.

Perhaps best of all, your real estate agent can answer any concerns or questions at each stage of the homebuying journey. That way, if you're uncertain about a residence that you recently viewed, your real estate agent will be able to respond to your queries without delay.

Take advantage of home showings, and you should have no trouble discovering your ideal residence.

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