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1 Corliss Hill Road, Haverhill, MA 01830

Single-Family

$334,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
NEW ROOF HAS BEEN INSTALLED and warranty transfer to buyer. Perched on a corner lot sets this freshly painted 3 BR ranch with gleaming hardwood floors. Kitchen with white appliances has cabinets galore offering plenty of storage with a kitchen island that also has cabinets for storage. Laundry area conveniently nearby. Living room has Pellet stove for cozy winter nights. Exterior is vinyl sided and has newer tilt in windows. Front porch provides a cozy area for relaxing on breezy summer nights and acts as a winter mud room with the option of outdoor storage.Small fenced in area for dogs to run. Garage has remote control and recently added new garage door. Side wooded lot offers privacy and many developmental opportunities for the buyer and more outdoor storage in the shed. Home is close to the NH line. Recently added under the addition is insulation, a vent, and an access door.
Open House
Sunday
November 10 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
New roof has been completed. Many upgrades have been done including newer tilt in windows, brand new garage door, some electrical, freshly painted rooms, gleaming hardwood floors. Sellers are motivated so come and make an offer.
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Location: 1 Corliss Hill Road, Haverhill, MA 01830    Get Directions

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This Single-Family in Tewksbury, MA recently sold for $315,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Addie Finley - AA Premier Properties, LLC.


763 Trull Rd, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Single-Family

$359,000
Price
$315,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Perfect opportunity to renovate a home and make it your own! Picturesque country setting for this three bedroom, 1 1/2 bath home with an attached two car garage on 1+ acres. Enter through the front door to a spacious living room with fireplace, hardwood floors and a picture window overlooking the front yard. Eat-in combination kitchen/dining room with breakfast bar, built-in cabinet and a French door to the outside. Three bedrooms, all with hardwood floors, including master bedroom which has a half bath. Gas heating and hot water. Enjoy the sound of birds and the countryside whilst being in a convenient location for the highway! This home a lot of potential but does need repairs, updating and connecting to town sewer! THIS HOME WILL NOT QUALIFY FOR A CONVENTIONAL LOAN BUT A RENOVATION MORTGAGE OR A CASH BUYER WOULD BE A GREAT SOLUTION! Open House Saturday, Oct. 12th 11.30 to 1.00 pm and Sunday, Oct. 13th from 12 to 2.00 pm.

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1 Corliss Hill Road, Haverhill, MA 01830

Single-Family

$334,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
NEW ROOF BEING INSTALLED and warranty transfer to buyer. MOTIVATED SELLER invites you to view their house. Perched on a corner lot sets this freshly painted 3 BR ranch with gleaming hardwood floors. Kitchen with white appliances has cabinets galore offering plenty of storage with a kitchen island that also has cabinets for storage. Laundry area conveniently nearby. Living room has Pellet stove for cozy winter nights. Exterior is vinyl sided and has newer tilt in windows. Front porch provides a cozy area for relaxing on breezy summer nights and acts as a winter mud room with the option of outdoor storage.Small fenced in area for dogs to run. Garage has remote control and new garage door. Side wooded lot offers privacy and many developmental opportunities for the buyer and more outdoor storage in the shed. Home is close to the NH line and easy access to highways.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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1 Corliss Hill Road, Haverhill, MA 01830

Single-Family

$339,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
NEW ROOF BEING INSTALLED. MOTIVATED SELLER invites you to view their house. Perched on a corner lot sets this freshly painted 3 BR ranch with gleaming hardwood floors. Kitchen has cabinets galore offering plenty of storage with a kitchen island that also has cabinets for storage. Laundry area conveniently nearby. Living room has Pellet stove for cozy winter nights. Exterior is vinyl sided and has newer windows. Front porch provides a cozy area for relaxing on summer time nights and acts as a winter mud room with the option of outdoor storage. Side wooded lot offers privacy and many developmental opportunities for the buyer and more outdoor storage in the shed. Home is close to the NH line and easy access to highways.
Open House
Sunday
October 20 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
new roof being installed.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 1 Corliss Hill Road, Haverhill, MA 01830    Get Directions

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Trying to understand what that home description is all about? Whether you're new to the housing market or newly returned, you'll find terms used to describe homes that you might not recognize. Or, you may not understand what they truly mean in context. The word walkable, for instance, shouldn't apply to a home at all, should it? After all, houses can't just get up and walk away.

Defining the real [estate] meaning

In real estate and urban parlance, a walkable neighborhood might refer to a community where services such as grocery and other shops, restaurants, bars, parks, and other recreation areas are reachable on foot within a 10-to-15 minute timeframe.

In another area, walkable might mean that public transportation to urban areas is within walking distance. In this case, the neighborhood itself may not hold the services but does support its being in reach via bus or train access.

Still, other definitions of walkable mean that the community has lighted footpaths, sidewalks, urban (or suburban) trails and other means by which residents may walk for exercise or recreation. Or, that the community provides opportunities and programs for residents to walk.

Breaking down “walkable” themes

With all the various definitions in use, a Harvard study published these themes as most important to walkability.

Environmental dimensions adding to walkability:

  • Traversable: environments with the physical conditions—sidewalks, trails, footpaths—to allow traverse from one place to another without difficulty.
  • Compact: where the distance between places is relatively short.
  • Safe: lower crime rates, lighted pathways, marked and controlled crosswalks, and additional safety features add to the safe walkability of a neighborhood.
  • Physically enticing: settings with full accessibility to pedestrians that include landscaping, signage, benches, shade trees, pathways, street lights, and views.

Outcome dimensions of walkability

  • Social: a location with lively shopping and dining areas, typically mixed-use live/work situations and the friendly people that live, work, or visit there.
  • Transportation: is the perception that both social equality (age, income, disability) and environmental preservation are sustainable via public transit.
  • Exercise-inducing: forced exercise due to proximity to work, transportation, or services, or the lack of suitable parking that goes with living in a more urban area.

Designing for walkability

  • Measurable: the neighborhood design or redevelopment includes walkability as a quantifiable outcome based on specific indicators.
  • Holistic: in this case, walkability references communities of improved urban living with slower pace built in, scaled for human health and happiness, devised to promote interaction.

None of these is definitive, but if you’re looking for a neighborhood that defines “walkable” for you, check the walk score website, which measures over 100 aspects of walkability, and talk to your local real estate professional about what works for you.




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