Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 4/11/2019

Welcome to 68 Villa Roma! Townhouse style condo with three floors of living area, Walk in basement has two rooms, garage and utility room. Main living area, open concept has a large living room with picture window and laminate floors continuing into dining area with slider to balcony. Kitchen has a breakfast bar, pantry closet and tiled floor. Updated half bath with washer and dryer. Large master with double closets, second bedroom with walk in closet and an updated full bath complete the second floor. Villa Roma has a low condo fee, located close to restaurants and shopping and easy access to Rtes 93 and 495.

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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 4/11/2019


68 Villa Roma Dr, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Condo

$329,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to 68 Villa Roma! Townhouse style condo with three floors of living area, Walk in basement has two rooms, garage and utility room. Main living area, open concept has a large living room with picture window and laminate floors continuing into dining area with slider to balcony. Kitchen has a breakfast bar, pantry closet and tiled floor. Updated half bath with washer and dryer. Large master with double closets, second bedroom with walk in closet and an updated full bath complete the second floor. Villa Roma has a low condo fee, located close to restaurants and shopping and easy access to Rtes 93 and 495.
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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 4/10/2019

Single family attached colonial style located close to public transportation and Malden T station. Updated kitchen cabinets, gas stove, sink and faucet. Fridge, microwave and dishwasher included. Separate dining room with hardwood floors, chair rail and built in hutch/buffet for added storage. Tiled sun filled mudroom leads to back yard patio. Living room has hard wood floors, recessed lights and wainscoting that continues up the stairway thru 2nd floor hallway. Master bedroom, hardwood floors and sconce lighting. 2nd bedroom, hardwood floors, closet, built-in shelves and a train rail! Full tiled bath and new replacement window. Walk up finished attic perfect for home office with built ins. Finished basement family room with wood paneling and beamed ceiling perfect for a media room. Laundry located in basement with tile flooring. Furnace room with storage, built in work bench and cabinets. One deeded parking space on Perkins Ave. Additional 2 parking spaces available for sale.

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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 4/10/2019


32 Regent Rd, Malden, MA 02148

Single-Family

$329,900
Price

7
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Single family attached colonial style located close to public transportation and Malden T station. Updated kitchen cabinets, gas stove, sink and faucet. Fridge, microwave and dishwasher included. Separate dining room with hardwood floors, chair rail and built in hutch/buffet for added storage. Tiled sun filled mudroom leads to back yard patio. Living room has hard wood floors, recessed lights and wainscoting that continues up the stairway thru 2nd floor hallway. Master bedroom, hardwood floors and sconce lighting. 2nd bedroom, hardwood floors, closet, built-in shelves and a train rail! Full tiled bath and new replacement window. Walk up finished attic perfect for home office with built ins. Finished basement family room with wood paneling and beamed ceiling perfect for a media room. Laundry located in basement with tile flooring. Furnace room with storage, built in work bench and cabinets. One deeded parking space on Perkins Ave. Additional 2 parking spaces available for sale.
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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 4/9/2019

Moving is an exciting time. Whether youíre moving across town, state or country you get to create a clean slate to build your home and life upon. But for children, this can be a confusing and scary time. Routine and familiarity are comforting for children and a move shakes up the very foundation they are used to.

But you donít have to leave your child in the dark. There are several things you can do to help better prepare your child for the big move. By taking the time to spend with your child discussing the changes ahead. As you start house hunting and throughout the moving process involve your child where possible.

Keep an open dialogue with your child. Ask them what they are excited for and what their fears may be. Collect books either from the library or for your family bookshelf on stories about moving. Reading stories helps children process their feelings and become more familiar with the process. Using storytime is a great way to create a natural conversation about moving with your child.

If possible bring your child to walk or ride their bike around the new neighborhood. Take note of any parks, playgrounds or schools in the area your child may be interested in. If they have a hobby such as dance or soccer look up information about the classes and teams. Talk about the similarities and differences they will experience.

Take the time to research information about the new school they will be attending. What will be the same? What will be different? Ask if your child has any specific questions for you to seek out answers while you do your research to help ease them into the transition. 

Assure your child they will be able to stay in touch with friends and family. Collect contact information from their friends as well as the form of communication their parents are comfortable with. Offer options like sending letters, scheduling video chats and visiting the area. 

Even if youíre child is especially excited about the move itís a good idea to keep things as similar as possible. Refrain from changing out furniture and bedding right away. And if possible maintain your usual schedule throughout the days and weeks ahead. Sticking to a familiar routine will be soothing for your child as they transition to their new environment.

Moving is a big change for children and often their first major life transition. And while they may feel confused or scared you can ensure they feel understood. By keeping an open conversation with them throughout the process you can cater to bother their excitement and fears. A new home can create both a clean slate and more importantly an opportunity to bring your family even closer together.




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