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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 7/20/2018


232 Old County Rd. , Sandwich, MA 02537

East Sandwich

Single-Family

$469,000
Price

5
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
You will find the views of Lily pond are stunning. And location? Excellent proximity to the highway, Sandy Neck beach and downtown Sandwich. This 3BR, 2BA home with oversized attached garage is set on nearly 2 acres of quiet, gorgeous, pristine land. Come and see for yourself! Newer roof and windows (two and four years old respectively). This house has great bones and has served as a very gently used second home for the last 20 years. Enjoy the rustic feel of the home as it is or make the updates you wish to make this YOUR home.
Open House
Sunday
July 22 at 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
$30,000 price cut! Come see this nearly 2 acre property with stunning views of Lily Pond.
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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 7/20/2018


232 Old County Rd. , Sandwich, MA 02537

East Sandwich

Single-Family

$469,000
Price

5
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
You will find the views of Lily pond are stunning. And location? Excellent proximity to the highway, Sandy Neck beach and downtown Sandwich. This 3BR, 2BA home with oversized attached garage is set on nearly 2 acres of quiet, gorgeous, pristine land. Come and see for yourself! Newer roof and windows (two and four years old respectively). This house has great bones and has served as a very gently used second home for the last 20 years. Enjoy the rustic feel of the home as it is or make the updates you wish to make this YOUR home.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 7/18/2018

This Single-Family in Sandwich, MA recently sold for $381,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Waypoint Realty Group LLC.


11 Pickerel Way, Sandwich, MA 02644

Forestdale

Single-Family

$359,000
Price
$381,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Stunning Cape Cod home on quiet neighborhood street with deeded rights to Mashpee Wakeby Pond. This home will impress; modern and updated throughout. WOW FACTOR with newly remodeled bathrooms and finished walk out basement featuring guestroom/den, built in office space, bright and airy mudroom with french doors leading to backyard retreat, laundry room with stainless w/d, and spacious utility room/workshop. Fresh paint in every room. Custom cherry cabinets, granite countertops and wood floors in kitchen. Vaulted ceilings and hardwood in the bright and spacious fireplaced living room and dining room. Master with remodeled ensuite bath featuring built in sound system and heated floor. Additional bedroom and newly renovated full bath complete first floor. 3rd bedroom on 2nd level with generous walk in closet/bonus space. Private yard with mature plantings, rock walls and new rear deck; truly an oasis tucked away from it all. Natural gas! Ask about high efficiency upgrades!

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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 7/18/2018

This Single-Family in Barnstable, MA recently sold for $355,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Waypoint Realty Group LLC.


181 Sandalwood Drive, Barnstable, MA 02635

Cotuit

Single-Family

$364,500
Price
$355,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Cotuit Colonial with new roof, septic and heating system. Leased Solar panels and a recent conversion to gas make this house energy efficient. The solar panel lease can transfer with the house. There is an indoor heated lap pool and heated pool room. Set on a large lot with great yard for summer fun. Irrigation system in place. Conservation backs up to this property. Solar City leased solar panels .

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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 2/8/2018

While they have become ubiquitous with the emergence of suburban neighborhoods and townhouses, homeowners associations (HOA, for short) are a relatively new phenomenon.

In modern America, there are many ways to live: apartments, condominiums, houses, townhouses, and now even “tiny houses” are gaining traction. But it wasn’t until the late 1900s that property owners began to experiment with alternative ways of living that revolved around share, “common spaces.”

What constitutes a common area?

Whether you live in an apartment, a house, or in your RV you likely experience common areas every day that are owned by the government. Roads, bridges, and parks are all common areas in that they are used by multiple people and their upkeep is paid for with taxes.

If you take that analogy and apply it to the greenways and lobbies of a condominium, or the streets and sidewalks of a gated community, there are few differences.

What is a homeowners association?

When a developer plans a new community they will often create a homeowners association that will be managed by the people who move into the houses or condominiums. Once a certain number of people have moved into the development and joined the HOA the developer will typically hand over ownership to the HOA and relinquish their legal rights and responsibilities of the land. From there, the HOA typically has complete control over management. Though it should be noted that states have their own HOA related laws with varying levels of oversight.

What does an HOA do?

The most common thing we associate with HOAs is fees and rules. People who move into a community governed by a homeowners association are typically required to join the HOA and are therefore obligated to pay fees and adhere to the guidelines set down by the HOA board.

The fees you pay will go towards maintenance and development of the common areas of your community. That usually amounts to landscaping, maintaining pools and fitness complexes. Fees can range from anywhere between $200 and $450 per month depending on where you live.

HOAs also enforce regulations that homeowners must follow. These vary depending on the community but often include building restrictions for things like fences and additions, as well as other ways that homeowners can customize their homes such as paint and vinyl color. Some homeowners associations go so far as to regulate whether or not a homeowner may fly the flag on their favorite sports team over their door.

Advantages and disadvantages

So what are the advantages and disadvantages you can expect when you belong to a homeowners association? Let’s start with the clear disadvantages. If you are a tinkerer or someone who relishes the freedom to do what they want with their property, living in an HOA-run community might not be right for you. If your salary isn’t quite what you’d like it to be, the cost of living in an HOA neighborhood, along with the monthly fees, might be a bit more than you’re comfortable with.

What about the advantages? First, you can expect that the neighborhood will be well-maintained. This brings about another advantage in that you can expect your property value to grow or at least remain stable thanks to the quality of the neighborhood being carefully managed.




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