Thomas W Davis - Rick McPhee Real Estate

This Single-Family in Spencer, MA recently sold for $245,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Thomas W Davis - Rick McPhee Real Estate.

124 Smithville Rd, Spencer, MA 01562


Sale Price

Great started home or downsize. Fully renovated in 2013 2 Fireplaces, one in living room and one in family room, newer kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a large skylight , update bath with tile floor and skylight. 3 bedrooms and an additional finished bonus room in the basement which is ideal for an in home office.

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This Single-Family in Oakham, MA recently sold for $365,000. This Cape style home was sold by Thomas W Davis - Rick McPhee Real Estate.

222 Edson Rd, Oakham, MA 01068


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Full/Half Baths
Don't miss the opp to own this beautifully maintained home graced by attractive landscaping, brick & granite walkway, EST perennial gardens, farmer's porch. Enter the warm & inviting foyer/mudroom then on to eat-in kitchen, boasting a bay window, PAN cabinet and double oven. W/W BLT hutch in DR or FAM RM for more STOR gives way to the 3 season SUN providing access to in-ground salt water pool backing up to woodlands. 1st flr inc M BR with 2 WLKN closets. Would also make a fabulous game RM. Full BA. Bonus area suitable for home OFC au pair or INLW suite w/ sep full BA & eat-in kitchen. On 2nd FLR you will find 2 more BR 1/2 BA and door to expansive attic STOR. Bonus area over INLW & spiral stair. 2C garage with access to BSMT 3/4 BA and SHOP area. Move in ready, this charming country Cape is in a tranquil setting on 2.32 ACs. This home has granite counters, spacious sunlit rooms, gleaming HDWD FLRS throughout. Whole house generator. 25 mins to Worcester via Rt.122. All for $389,900!

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21 Virginia Dr, Leicester, MA 01542



Sergeant unit resale. Large fireplace living room, granite counters in the kitchen with open sunny dining area, 2 full baths and more. Full basement with easy walk out. 2 car garage and plenty of off street parking
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In the internet age, we’ve all seen dream homes on Google, Pinterest, or Instagram that seem to encompass everything we’ve ever wanted in a home.

Sometimes, obsessing over dream homes can be detrimental to us--making us feel bad about our own living situation or discouraged about ever being able to afford the home we truly want.

However, dream homes can serve a purpose when it comes to identifying what we really want out of a home.

In today’s post, we’re going to use the idea of a dream home “wish list” to help you narrow down what really matters to you and your family in your next home.

Step 1: Start by making a list of your dream homes

This is the easy part. If you’re like me, you probably have a Pinterest board or bookmark folder just for home inspiration.

Put all of the dream homes on your list. The order doesn’t matter, and you’ll find out why below.

Step 2: For each home, write down one or two of your favorite things

Is it the square footage? The location that’s perfect for your commute or for trips to your favorite places? Or, is it just the color scheme of the kitchen?

No aspect is too small for this list--it all depends on what you like, not what the price tag is.

Step 3: Go over your list and try to put the items in order of how much they matter to you.

An example would be:

  1. A cheerful, bright colored kitchen

  2. A cozy office to wok quietly in

  3. A two-car garage

  4. A playroom for the kids

  5. A location that’s close to the water

Looking over these five things, there are only two items that can’t be found in most houses, a two-car garage and a location that’s near the water. And, this house-hunter didn’t even list those items as the most important.

So, what can we learn from this exercise? Oftentimes, the things we’re looking for the most in a home can be things that we can do later, like interior decorating or designating spare rooms to serve as an office or playroom.

Step 4: Use your top 3 when house hunting

Now that you have the top three things that you’d find in your dream home, take this list with you on your house hunt. Try to seek out a home that has a combination of these items and one that will be the most practical for your family.

You might find that these conveniences, such as being closer to your work for a shorter commute, will pay off in the long run, as they’ll let you spend more time with our family and make each day a little bit easier.