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Posted by CENTURY 21 Annex Realty on 7/11/2020


45 Morningside Path, Weymouth, MA 02189

Single-Family

$464,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Beautiful colonial home located on quiet Morningside Path Street, steps to Whitmans Pond. 3 good size bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, first floor new full bathroom, hardwood floors, open kitchen with granite counter tops. Large new desk off dinning room, second floor full bathroom with Jacuzzi, huge master bedroom, water view from the front bedroom. central A/C, updated 200 Amps electric. Convenient location, MBTA bus #222 at the bottom of the street will bring you to Quincy Center. The East Weymouth MBTA Commuter Rail station is about 1.25 miles away. Near highway access, and shopping, Derby St. Shoppes and Whole Foods are just about 2 miles away. Open House Sunday 6/21 from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Annex Realty on 7/11/2020


133 Commander Shea Blvd, Quincy, MA 02171

Condo

$324,900
Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Outstanding Water and Boston Skyline Views from this 7th-floor unit at Edgewater Place! This great unit has a nice layout and offers stainless steel appliances, galley kitchen, wood laminate floors, nice living room with high ceiling, wood floors and breathtaking views, six-foot glass sliders lead to a twenty-two-foot waterfront balcony with Boston y skyline views and beautiful water views. The bedroom suite offers a full bath with ceramic tile floor and shower, a walk-in closet plus a six-foot slider with that outstanding view. This unit comes with one deeded parking space and the complex offers a swimming pool and laundry room. Excellent commuter location, minutes to RT, 3 to Downtown Boston and walking distance to North Quincy Train Station. Condo fee includes a special assessment for upcoming property improvements.
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July 11 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Annex Realty on 7/10/2020


44 Browne St, Brookline, MA 02446

Condo

$839,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
A top location and building in Coolidge Corner! This bright & spacious second floor two bedroom condo is professionally managed. The unit over looking to the beautiful courtyard and the Brookline’s famous Minot Rose Garden. 2017 remodeled kitchen, beautiful granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and beautiful cabinetry. Hardwood floors through out. Both large bedrooms have two closets, separate dining room, in-unit laundry, and additional private storage in basement. Near Green Line “C” and “D”, BU, shops, parks, restaurants, Longwood Medical area, Fenway Park, and Downtown. First showing at Open House on Saturday(07/11) & Sunday (07/12) 12:00-1:30pm.
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Saturday
July 11 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Following all COVID guidelines with respect to showing Masks must be worn and with a limited buyers allowed in at one time.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Annex Realty on 7/10/2020


44 Browne St, Brookline, MA 02446

Condo

$839,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
A top location and building in Coolidge Corner! This bright & spacious second floor two bedroom condo is professionally managed. The unit over looking to the beautiful courtyard and the Brookline’s famous Minot Rose Garden. 2017 remodeled kitchen, beautiful granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and beautiful cabinetry. Hardwood floors through out. Both large bedrooms have two closets, separate dining room, in-unit laundry, and additional private storage in basement. Near Green Line “C” and “D”, BU, shops, parks, restaurants, Longwood Medical area, Fenway Park, and Downtown. First showing at Open House on Saturday(07/11) & Sunday (07/12) 12:00-1:30pm.
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Saturday
July 11 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Following all COVID guidelines with respect to showing Masks must be worn and with a limited buyers allowed in at one time.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Annex Realty on 7/10/2020


Nothing completes an open floor plan better than open shelving. Open shelves present everything for the world to see. They transform what may be a cluttered, dark, hidden space into one that becomes a place of not only function but of style. 

Open shelving complements the Minimalist, Industrial or Scandinavian Modern styles. But depending on how you arrange on those shelves, it can also work with those who love something more cozy like Rural or French Country. 

On the other hand, open shelving isn't for everyone. Some prefer the convenience and privacy of tucking items away behind closed doors. They feel less need to continually ensure everything looks beautiful on those shelves. And if you live in an arid climate, doors protect dishes, cans and boxes of pasta from the dust that tends to settle.

Doors vs. shelving? That's the question you'll need to ask yourself before making a change. But if you're ready to transform your cabinets to open shelving, here's how it's done.

Clear Your Cabinets

Get everything out of the way. That includes removing those doors, which should simply require a screwdriver. Already, you'll begin to see your open shelves taking shape.

Fill Any Holes

You won't need them since you're not replacing the doors. Fill any holes with wood filler. If these look uneven, hand sand them. But paint will cover up most of the imperfection.

Remove Center Braces

A cabinet with more than one door will likely have a piece of wood where the two doors come together. You don't need it. Remove it with a saw and hammer. 

If you find any nails or staples left behind, you may need to pry them. But sometimes you'll find they've been driven in too far. If there's nothing that the claws of a hammer can grasp, force the nail back through the wood. It should only take some careful whacks to the sharp side with your hammer. 

Paint Your Shelves

You choose the color. But why stick with one? Open shelves are the perfect opportunity to add contrast. Try painting the inside a dark color like navy, black, dark gray or red. Then paint the outside a complementing light color, pale gray or white. 

Whatever you do, don't forget to seal the paint with a polyacrylic. It reduces the risk of water damage and strengthens the paint so that it's less likely to chip or fade.

Let It Dry & Organize

Don't place anything on the shelves for at least 48 hours. But once that timer dings, you're ready to assemble. If you have more dishes than you can presentably place on the shelves, ask yourself if you need them. Less is more on open shelving.

We hope you enjoy your new open shelving. To learn more about home maintenance and design, follow our blog.




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