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86 South St, Bernardston, MA 01337

Single-Family

$285,000
Price

8
Rooms
5
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Here is your opportunity to own a classic colonial in Bernardston on 2.84 acres! With 5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2895 sq feet of living space, large two car garage and separate building for possible studio/workshop/home office use, this home has much to offer. There have been some nice updates over the years, including a renovated kitchen with granite countertops, stainless appliances and double ovens, a dining room with gas fireplace feature, laundry/mudroom and a master suite on the first floor. Being offered at a reduced price "as-is" to reflect some of the projects that have been deferred over time. Bring the wonderful patio with its stonework and pergola back to life. Enjoy life on several covered porches that you can access from various rooms, that with some TLC can shine. The yard is partially fenced and has all the ingredients to be peaceful retreat it once was. Truly a bargain, this is a home that can meet many needs. Poised to become a home to love for future generations.
Open House
Sunday
September 27 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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This stately Ashfield village home built in 1798 has been designed, updated, and meticulously maintained for warmth, comfort and style. First floor has a wonderfully modern flow: enter year-round through the porte-cochère, and enjoy breezes on the canopied west porch with its gleaming floor. Window seating by the living room fireplace, oversized kitchen, butler's pantry, and formal dining room lend themselves to gatherings large and small. Upstairs is the owners' alcove suite, 3 additional bedrooms (one with fireplace), and another full bath. This home was moved to its current location in 1997 and set on a poured concrete foundation, offers a heated basement with full bath, plus a lovely beadboard-paneled attic with more potential living space. In addition to its state-of-the-art Viessmann radiant floor heating system, it has a garage/barn with large heated workshop. Set on 2+ acres, this gracious home abuts Ashfield Golf Course and is minutes from Ashfield Lake/Town Beach.

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A fire pit can elevate your yard into a truly enchanting entertainment area, liven up your space and even help enhance your curb appeal. While some home projects are not ideal for the DIY approach, you can make a striking firepit on your own in about a weekend. You'll need to gather some supplies, determine the size and shape of your fire pit and get ready to work your muscles as you create a new focal point for your yard. 

Create a Fast & Easy Firepit

Fire pits are surprisingly fast and easy to create. If you can layer stones and follow basic directions, you can create an enduring accent you'll enjoy for years to come. 

Materials: 

A fire pit needs a gravel base and surround, stones or concrete bricks for the sides and firepit stones for the interior. You'll also need some basic tools for leveling the ground and finishing the space, including a shovel, rake and a can of spray paint. While you can head right to the DIY big box store, contact your local landscape supply stores as well. You'll need both stone and gravel in bulk and you'll pay far less for it from a landscape provider.

Choose natural stone if you enjoy working things out and want to take the time to work with raw materials that may differ in size and shape. Opt for uniform pavers, bricks or poured stones if you like an overall look and want the pieces to be easy to stack. 

Create a Firepit

  • Determine the size and shape pit you want to make -- larger pits make bigger entertainment spaces, but require more rock. You'll need space for the pit and for seating around it, so take these needs into consideration as you determine where the pit should go and how big it should be. 
  • Use spray paint to mark off a shape for the pit. It can be square, circular or just an appealing organic shape. 
  • Dig about an inch down, remove all grass and sod and create a level surface on the ground. 
  • Begin stacking your chosen stones around the edges, within the leveled off area. You will not need to mortar between the stones, but should attempt to stack them evenly, without a lot of gaps. Stack one layer at a time, then move on to the next. 
  • Fill the base with the amount of fire pit stones recommended by the manufacturer -- this can vary and will be printed on the container. 
  • Spread gravel around the outside edges of the pit to create a seating area and to prevent grass from returning. 
  • Light it up and enjoy!

 

Once complete, a fire pit will be a lasting, low maintenance focal point for your yard for years to come. Use in the summer for grilling and roasting marshmallows, then fire it up for warmth on cooler nights -- either way, you'll love enjoying not only a gorgeous accent, but a piece you've made yourself. 

 


This Single-Family in Greenfield, MA recently sold for $185,000. This Other style home was sold by Office Greenfield - Cohn & Company.


302 Deerfield St, Greenfield, MA 01301

Single-Family

$172,500
Price
$185,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
MULTIPLE OFFERS-HIGHEST&BEST BY 5PM MONDAY 8/3 - Adorable 3 bedroom,1.5 bath stucco home has been tastefully remodeled to forge together its original design elements with modern comforts. Open concept living features a 1st floor bedroom with attached 1/2 bath and elegant mudroom. Inviting living and dining rooms are highlighted by pristine Brazilian cherry hardwoods while the bedrooms shine with golden oak hardwoods. Enjoy the sunset from the back deck overlooking the lush green lawn or relax as the river rolls by and watch the wildlife from your personal waterfront oasis. Only steps to Green River Park featuring playgrounds and Paws Park to take the dog for a walk. Conveniently located near the downtown's restaurants, shops, train station, and the FC Bikeway. Easy Rt 91 access offers commutes of 20 mins to Northampton/Brattleboro. This lovingly maintained home also provides updated electrical, furnace, and added insulation for efficiency. Appliances & storage shed remain as a bonus.

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48 Birch, Greenfield, MA 01301

Single-Family

$197,000
Price
$185,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1
Baths
Solidly built in 1921 with charm throughout featuring french doors, built in dining room cabinet and adorable pantry. Good floor plan with plenty of bedroom space and home office. 2 enclosed porches that can create additional storage or living areas. For energy efficiency there are replacement windows and low heating costs when using the pellet stove. Sweet yard for gardening and pets. Good location in central Greenfield.

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