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35 Pilgrim Village, Taunton, MA 02780

Rental

$1,700
Price

7
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This beautiful Condo has 4 levels of living space...open concept ..Living room and Dining room with hard wood floors, Kitchen has upgraded Cherry Wood Cabinets, Granite Counter tops, Stainless Steel Appliances...Washer 'Dryer on the first floor, Master bedroom with lofted area featuring Skylight , Cathedral Ceiling and lot's of Windows for added light...two.Bathrooms with Shower Stall and Jacuzzi Tub....finished room in Basement, lots of closets and storage.Inground Pool and close to shopping and highway..
Open House
Saturday
October 21 at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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24 Hopewell St, Taunton, MA 02780

Whittenton

Single-Family

$225,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
This Ranch is perfect for the downsizer or first time home buyer....cute as a button and solid as a rock! This home has been well maintained..featuring Living room with big Picture Window, eat in Kitchen with Peninsula.& dining area... good size Bedrooms and beautiful hardwood floors through out...Newer Windows, Furnace , Roof, updated eletric and plumbing..lower level with finished Family room and Bonus Room..Laundry room with Cabinets ..fenced in yard, Carport and Shed....just move right in! conveniently located ,close to rte 138,495, shopping and Park No showings until Open House on Oct 22nd,from 1-3pm.
Open House
Sunday
October 22 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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24 Hopewell St, Taunton, MA 02780

Whittenton

Single-Family

$225,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
This Ranch is perfect for the downsizer or first time home buyer....cute as a button and solid as a rock! This home has been well maintained..featuring Living room with big Picture Window, eat in Kitchen with Peninsula.& dining area... good size Bedrooms and beautiful hardwood floors through out...Newer Windows, Furnace , Roof, updated eletric and plumbing..lower level with finished Family room and Bonus Room..Laundry room with Cabinets ..fenced in yard, Carport and Shed....just move right in! conveniently located ,close to rte 138,495, shopping and Park No showings until Open House on Oct 22nd,from 1-3pm.
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Many new homeowners see getting a dog as a rite of passage to homeownership. Oftentimes, they’re moving from apartment buildings that didn’t allow dogs or parents who didn’t want pets and having their own home finally seems like their chance at having a dog. However, it’s important to take into consideration several factors before buying or adopting a dog.

In this article, we’ll talk about what it means to be both a dog owner and a homeowner, and discuss how to tell if buying a dog is a good move for you in your new home.

Time management

It has been said that having a dog is like having a two-year-old child who stays that difficult age for ten years. Depending on the dog’s breed, temperament, and trainability, there’s a chance you could be in for a handful of a dog.

The first factor in deciding whether or not to get a dog in your new home is to determine if you have the time to take care of it. If you work long hours or have to travel for work, these are obvious signals that you might not have time to spend with a pet who needs care and attention.

However, you should also consider whether you have an extra hour each morning and evening to feed and play with your dog who will need exercise to stay healthy. You’ll also need to set aside time each week for things like training, socializing, bathing, trimming their nails, and so on.

All of these commitments add up, so it’s important to consider how much time you have before going down to the shelter to or kennel to pick up a new dog.

Dogs are expensive

Most people who don’t own a dog do not realize how expensive they are. Food is just the tip of the iceberg, and if you’re planning on getting a large dog, food can cost you well over $100 each month. On top of food, you’ll need to be prepared to spend up to $200 for each visit to the vet and for necessary medications for things like heartworm, fleas, and ticks.

Dog training is also highly recommended to ensure that you and your dog both have a better understanding of what’s expected of one another. Training will help with things like obedience, but also will improve your dog’s behavior by giving them a job to focus their energy on (rather than on tearing up your furniture).

Dogs need space

It may seem like you have all the space in the world in your new home, especially if you moved from a small apartment. However, many dog breeds require room to run freely. If you want to get a sporting dog, you’ll either need to take them somewhere they can run each day, or have a yard large enough for them to run in.

If you choose the latter, you’ll need to make sure your dog is safe from traffic if you live on a busy street. That could mean spending hundreds of dollars to erect a fence.

Ultimately, having a dog can be a highly rewarding experience for you and your pet. But now that you know some of the fine print to dog ownership, you’ll be able to make a more informed decision on whether or not getting a dog is right for you.



10 Pinehill Dr, Taunton, MA 02718

East Taunton

Rental

$750
Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
East Taunton, great location! well maintained and recently painted,cozy apaprtment with eat in Kitchen,,well insulated, newer windows, lot's of closets and storage within the apartment..nice yard, close to everything! only a few minutes away from Rte 44 and 140 No showings until Saturday Oct 14th
Open House
Saturday
October 14 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
group showing
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Location: 10 Pinehill Dr, Taunton, MA 02718    Get Directions






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