Another Property Sold – 70 Warrenton Rd Haverhill, MA

This Single-Family in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $285,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Olivares & Molina Team – Coco, Early & Associates The Olivares, Molina & Alperin Division.








70 Warrenton Rd,



Haverhill, MA 01832

Single-Family

$270,000
Price

$285,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms

3
Beds

1
Baths

Lots of potential with this home!! Roll up your sleeves and let's get to work! This home sits in the middle of a 1/3 acre level lot with an above ground swimming pool and deck, 2 storage sheds, a workshop/mudroom, 3 bedrooms and a large living room with a fireplace. There is hardwood throughout which needs some TLC, older roof and windows. Enjoy a summer day by the pool and nights by the fire pit. When the cooler fall nights arrive, cuddle up by the inside fireplace. The lot offers ample room for gardening and outdoor entertainment. The basement is being used for an exercise room and storage space, however, it could be finished to provide additional living space. Don't miss the opportunity to take this home and make it your own!!

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63 Cross Street, Lawrence, MA 01841 has an Open House on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 12:00 PM








63 Cross Street,



Lawrence, MA 01841

North Lawrence

Multi-Family

$439,900
Price

2
Units

3,221
Approx. GLA

Welcome to this corner lot multi unit home featuring charms of yesteryear! Hints of period detail surround this home with original wood work and stain glass. roof recently replaced and vinyl sided exterior along with off street parking compliment the spacious units with one unit offering additional rooms in walk-up attic. Both units offer unique layouts featuring sprawling living rooms, formal dining rooms and spacious bedrooms. Looking for a unique home? Here it is! Come see it and make it yours!

Open House

Sunday

May 20
at
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM

Come view this unique and spacious home!!

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Location: 63 Cross Street, Lawrence, MA 01841    Get Directions

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63 Cross Street Lawrence, MA 01841 is now new to the market!








63 Cross Street,



Lawrence, MA 01841

North Lawrence

Multi-Family

$439,900
Price

2
Units

3,221
Approx. GLA

Welcome to this corner lot multi unit home featuring charms of yesteryear! Hints of period detail surround this home with original wood work and stain glass. roof recently replaced and vinyl sided exterior along with off street parking compliment the spacious units with one unit offering additional rooms in walk-up attic. Both units offer unique layouts featuring sprawling living rooms, formal dining rooms and spacious bedrooms. Looking for a unique home? Here it is! Come see it and make it yours!

Open House

No scheduled Open Houses

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Costs You Should Prepare For As A Homeowner

When you budget to buy a home, you sit down, do the math, and try to estimate what all of your monthly costs will be. There are so many monthly costs that come with being a homeowner that can make the whole process complicated. Sure, you have taken the standard costs into account like home insurance, property taxes, and even utilities. But there are a few out-of-the-box costs that you’ll need to consider for your house hunt.

Flood Or Other Natural Disaster Insurance

Natural disasters are costly and devastating. Many homeowners who live in areas that are affected by natural disasters like floods and earthquakes often opt for additional coverage for their homes. Premiums for earthquake and flood insurance often end up being very high. As a natural disaster strikes, these premiums can go up even more. If you live in one of the high-risk areas for natural disasters, you’ll want to check with your insurance agent ahead of time to plan for the additional costs that these special kinds of insurance will incur.

Water Costs During A Drought

There are many areas across the US that suffer drought conditions from time to time. Your water bill can skyrocket during these times. It’s best to continue conserving water and watch your bill closely in order to try and save some costs. There’s not a whole lot you can do otherwise to control your bill. You’ll need to stay prepared with some extra cash on hand in case of these emergencies and know that costs can rise due to different environmental conditions.  

Tax Hikes And Special Assessments 

As a homeowner, you’ll need to prepare for different kinds of assessments and tax increases. If your condominium complex needs significant repairs then you’ll probably end up paying an assessment to help offset the costs. This is what comes with belonging to a homeowner’s association. 

You can’t prevent that the town is building a brand new school that requires a tax increase, nor can you prevent roof damage on one of the buildings in your complex. Financially, this is a hidden cost of homeownership that you should be prepared for. 

Unexpected Maintenance Costs And Home Furnishings

Once you move into a home, you’ll need to prepare for the unexpected. The dishwasher may need to be replaced. The roof may need repair. The walls may need some paint. 

When you buy a home you may also need a bunch of things to furnish the home. These could include dishes, pots and pans, sofas, beds, and more. You don’t want to leave your new home completely empty! You also don’t want to be without vital appliances like an oven or a sink for too long if they are outdated or in disrepair. This is why it’s a good idea to have extra money on hand to deal with any of these costs.

The best rule of thumb to follow when buying a home is to always be prepared with a but of extra cash on hand to avoid major issues down the road.