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18 E Britannia, Taunton, MA 02780

Whittenton

Single-Family

$225,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
This home has been in the Family for a very long time and has been well taken care of....lot's of recent updates which include a big eat in Kitchen with newer Cabinets and Counter tops...leading to a double living room with beautiful hard wood floors, built in electric Fireplace for added ambiance..cozy Den with big Bay window, full Bathroom on first floor with Skylight and tiled Shower Stall, newer Windows, Roof, updated electric, Bedrooms with Skylights making it bright and sunny upstairs...Sunporch to rest and relax, In ground Pool, Poolhouse with electricity and Shed for storage...this home has a lot of good memories, time to make new memories ! No showings until Open House Saturday, June 24th from 12-2pm
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Saturday
June 24 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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18 E Britannia, Taunton, MA 02780

Whittenton

Single-Family

$225,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
This home has been in the Family for a very long time and has been well taken care of....lot's of recent updates which include a big eat in Kitchen with newer Cabinets and Counter tops...leading to a double living room with beautiful hard wood floors, built in electric Fireplace for added ambiance..cozy Den with big Bay window, full Bathroom on first floor with Skylight and tiled Shower Stall, newer Windows, Roof, updated electric, Bedrooms with Skylights making it bright and sunny upstairs...Sunporch to rest and relax, In ground Pool, Poolhouse with electricity and Shed for storage...this home has a lot of good memories, time to make new memories ! No showings until Open House Saturday, June 24th from 12-2pm
Open House
Saturday
June 24 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 18 E Britannia, Taunton, MA 02780    Get Directions

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18 E Britannia, Taunton, MA 02780

Whittenton

Single-Family

$225,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
This home has been in the Family for a very long time and has been well taken care of....lot's of recent updates which include a big eat in Kitchen with newer Cabinets and Counter tops...leading to a double living room with beautiful hard wood floors, built in electric Fireplace for added ambiance..cozy Den with big Bay window, full Bathroom on first floor with Skylight and tiled Shower Stall, newer Windows, Roof, updated electric, Bedrooms with Skylights making it bright and sunny upstairs...Sunporch to rest and relax, In ground Pool, Poolhouse with electricity and Shed for storage...this home has a lot of good memories, time to make new memories ! No showings until Open House Saturday, June 24th from 12-2pm
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Ready to negotiate the purchase of a new home? Ultimately, employing a real estate agent may help you avoid the stress and anxiety that is commonly associated with a homebuying negotiation.

There are many reasons to hire a real estate agent to handle a homebuying negotiation, including:

1. A real estate agent understands the art of negotiation.

A negotiation is a high-pressure situation, one that may be difficult to navigate on your own. Fortunately, a real estate agent understands what it takes to help a homebuyer get the best price for a house – without exception.

With a real estate agent at your side, you can receive support from an experienced negotiator.

A real estate agent possesses extensive skills and know-how, particularly when it comes to homebuying negotiations. This housing market expert will be able to negotiate with a home seller and ensure all parties are satisfied with the end results.

Furthermore, a real estate agent will dedicate the necessary time and resources to complete a successful homebuying negotiation. He or she will go the extra mile to negotiate with a home seller to help you acquire a home that matches or exceeds your expectations.

2. A real estate agent will keep you up to date at all times.

If you employ a real estate agent, it is important to know that this housing market professional will keep you informed throughout a homebuying negotiation. Lucky for you, a real estate agent will provide updates as you try to acquire your dream residence at a price that matches your budget.

A real estate agent acts as a liaison between you and a home seller. He or she will keep you up to date at each stage of a homebuying negotiation and will require your approval on any homebuying decisions.

Also, a real estate agent will provide suggestions during a homebuying negotiation. As a homebuyer, you always have the option to accept or reject this housing market professional's suggestions.

3. A real estate agent is unafraid to be honest with you.

Although a real estate agent will do everything possible to help you streamline a homebuying negotiation, he or she will provide honest, unbiased recommendations as well.

For example, if you want a home seller to drastically lower the price of a home after a property inspection, a real estate agent will handle your request. And if a home seller rejects your proposal, this housing market professional will provide you with feedback and help you map out your next step accordingly.

A real estate agent will be able to respond to any concerns or questions that you have during a homebuying negotiation too. As such, he or she can provide a valuable resource and offer homebuying insights that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere.

Don't let the complexities of a homebuying negotiation overwhelm you. Instead, collaborate with a real estate agent, and you can speed up the process of purchasing your ideal residence.


The gym. It’s a place few people enjoy despite the flocks of people lining up to sign up each passing New Year. Exercise is seen as an embarrassing activity to many as most of us aren’t taught how to properly use gym equipment. Equipment that looks more like torture devices than a machine that will help you become stronger and healthier. Enter the home gym. Not only is no one around to watch you attempt your first shaky round of pushups  but also it’s a place we already feel naturally at ease. Keep reading to find out how you can skip gym fees and create a gym in the comfort of your own home. Make space. A space that allows you enough privacy from the rest of your family to focus on yourself for a while. When choosing your space, consider a room that has a door you can close, contains lots of light, room to hang a full-length mirror to watch your form from, and room to roll out a mat to work on. If you have a room you can dedicate solely to your home gym paint it a color that inspires you. This could be anything from a calming blue to an energizing orange. A good music speaker to blast some tunes is another great feature to add to your home gym to help to inspire. Know your budget and goals. Don’t be afraid to start with small investments if you are just jumping back into an exercise routine. If your goal is to create a more healthy, active lifestyle you won’t need fancy, expensive equipment to get there. A set of dumbbells and some resistance bands paired with exercises that rely on body weight are enough to get you started and at a low cost to boot. Extras for experts. As your strength builds and your routine evolves you may start to look to add more variety to your weekly workouts. Some further investments to consider for your home gym could be a stability ball, kettle bell, suspension system, jump rope and /or foam roller. All of these items can add more interest to your routine without costing you an arm and a leg. Make a plan. This tip doesn’t quite relate to setting up a home gym but, bear with me. Creating a plan for which days you will exercise and what exercises you will be doing will set you and your home gym up for success. Don’t go through all the effort of setting up space for your home gym to have it go unused. Instead, schedule times into your week that you will use your home gym. Think of these time slots as mandatory appointments just like a doctor’s visit or business meeting. Don’t let the intimidation of the gym prevent you from developing a regular workout routine. By setting up a home gym you can get fit and healthy in the privacy of your own home and at a cheaper cost than the average gym membership. Just don’t forget to schedule time slots throughout your week where you make the most of your new home gym!



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