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Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/5/2017


18 Ridgehill Ln, Bourne, MA 02562

Single-Family

$599,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Sagamore Beach. Classic seaside style meets with contemporary updates. This home is designed for first floor living with all the daily must haves on the first floor, from the master bedroom suite, laundry,to the open floor plan kitchen/dining/living room with glass door onto mahogany deck, powder room and garage access. Extra bedrooms, second full bath and reading loft are on the second floor. Built with ample closet and storage space. This well appointed home is located on a parcel of land buffered with gorgeous woods dedicated permanently as open space. Bonus features include, continuous hot water, gas fireplace, irrigation system, walk in pantry with pocket doors, beautiful red quarter oak floors and vaulted ceilings. Close to Cape Cod Canal recreation and Historic Plymouth Village. Buy now and select your finishes and colors.
Open House
Sunday
December 10 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/5/2017


20 Ridgehill Lane, Bourne, MA 02562

Single-Family

$599,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Olde Cape Cod at Sagamore Beach! Its why you want to live by the coast. Stroll on the Beach, Bike and Fish on the Canal and enjoy the shopping and dining in Plymouth Village just minutes away. This is a truly a special new home by Ladd Homes located in the Open Space Community of Cape Sagamore. "The Gambrel" offers over 2300 square feet, first floor living with an open floor plan, lots of windows and light, gleaming hardwood floors, gas fireplace, super kitchen pantry, first floor master with zero entry luxury shower, first floor laundry room and much more. Construction by a builder who always has an eye on the details that matter. Beautiful expanses of open space, limited restrictive covenants w/all the amenities built right into the area, just a stroll to tennis & park & beach.
Open House
Sunday
December 10 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Brand new home!
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Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/5/2017


20 Ridgehill Lane , Bourne, MA 02562

Sagamore Beach

Single-Family

$599,000
Price

7
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Olde Cape Cod at Sagamore Beach! Its why you want to live by the coast. Charming neighborhoods, stroll to the Beach on Cape Cod Bay where you can swim, kayak, and fish, Tennis at the neighborhood club, Bike the Canal, dinner and shopping in quintessential the New England Village of Plymouth just minutes away. Low key at your speed. This is a truly a special new home by Ladd Homes.The Gambrel offers over 2300 square feet, first floor living with an open floor plan, lots of windows and light, hardwood floors, gas fireplace, super kitchen pantry and much more. Construction by a builder who always has an eye on the details that matter. Today's buyer may choose finishes to give this home their personal touch. All the amenities built right into the area, just a stroll to tennis & park & beach.
Open House
Sunday
December 10 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Brand New!
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Location: 20 Ridgehill Lane , Bourne, MA 02562    Get Directions






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Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/5/2017


9 Franklin Avenue , Bourne, MA 02532

Buzzards Bay

Condo

$189,900
Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Now is your chance to scoop up a great deal! Entire codo has been refreshed before relisting. Even a new roof was added to the building! Set up a showing today to see this spacious 2 bedroom, 1 bath condo located in downtown Buzzards Bay. Washer and Dryer located in unit and to convey to buyers.Great commuter location! Near Rt 3, Rt 28 and 495. Large eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar. Living room and hall have hardwood floors. Close to all area/seasonal attractions and Mass Maritime Academy. Appliances in unit to transfer to buyer with the sale of the property. Additional assigned storage in basement.
Open House
Sunday
December 10 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
UNIT A
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Location: 9 Franklin Avenue , Bourne, MA 02532    Get Directions






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Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 11/29/2017

Setting up and completing a home inspection may seem like a long, arduous process. However, an inspection is a must-have for any homebuyer, at any time.

With a comprehensive home inspection, you can identify any potential problems with a house. And if you don't like what you find in an inspection report, you can always ask a home seller to complete improvements or reduce his or her asking price. Or, if you prefer, you can walk away from a home sale altogether.

Ultimately, there are several steps that you'll want to follow to conduct a home inspection, and these are:

1. Find an Expert Home Inspector

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2. Attend Your Home Inspection

Although homebuyers are not required to attend a home inspection, it generally is a good idea to walk with a home inspector as he or she examines your residence. By doing so, you may be able to gain home insights that might not be included in a home inspection report.

A home inspector may notice home problems that range from minor to severe. The inspector's job is to identify a problem and include it in a home inspection report.

If you attend a home inspection, an inspector may be able to provide you information about potential home problems, along with an estimate about how much assorted home repairs may cost. That way, you are better equipped than ever before to determine whether potential home problems could deter you from buying a house.

3. Evaluate the Home Inspection Report

A home inspection report can play a key role in the homebuying process. If you evaluate this report closely, you can learn about a home's strengths and weaknesses and decide whether to proceed with a home purchase.

If you have questions regarding a home inspection report, you can always follow-up with the inspector that provided the assessment. This will allow you to obtain the insights that you need to make an informed homebuying decision.

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Follow the aforementioned steps, and you should have no trouble conducting a home inspection.







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