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66 Harding Street, Medfield, MA 02052

Single-Family

$669,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Rare opportunity to be the next steward of the Jonathan Fiske House. Ideally located on over 1 1/2 acres abutting trails, the Kingsbury Club and Senior Center, this iconic home boasts an expansive, fenced-in lawn bordered by woods & stunning seasonal gardens. With a detached 2-car garage & 400 feet of privacy in the rear, the home is a perfect blend of historic charm and modern style with an open concept floor plan and long list of recent updates. The rooms are all large, open and airy, boasting high ceilings flooded with sunlight through new Anderson windows. Original King Pine floors and post & beam construction lend character and warmth, as well as 4 fireplaces, period millwork and custom built-ins. The kitchen is a spectacular with open sight lines, a center island, gorgeous new stone counters & stainless appliances. Glass doors lead to an expansive deck w/built-in benches. The bedrooms are all spacious and bright, sharing 2 full baths. Exceptional Home with expansion potential!
Open House
Saturday
July 13 at 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
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66 Harding Street, Medfield, MA 02052

Single-Family

$669,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Rare opportunity to be the next steward of the Jonathan Fiske House. Ideally located on over 1 1/2 acres abutting trails, the Kingsbury Club and Senior Center, this iconic home boasts an expansive, fenced-in lawn bordered by woods & stunning seasonal gardens. With a detached 2-car garage & 400 feet of privacy in the rear, the home is a perfect blend of historic charm and modern style with an open concept floor plan and long list of recent updates. The rooms are all large, open and airy, boasting high ceilings flooded with sunlight through new Anderson windows. Original King Pine floors and post & beam construction lend character and warmth, as well as 4 fireplaces, period millwork and custom built-ins. The kitchen is a spectacular with open sight lines, a center island, gorgeous new stone counters & stainless appliances. Glass doors lead to an expansive deck w/built-in benches. The bedrooms are all spacious and bright, sharing 2 full baths. Exceptional Home with expansion potential!
Open House
Saturday
July 13 at 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
More Open Houses
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Location: 66 Harding Street, Medfield, MA 02052    Get Directions

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In the real estate market, the value of your home depends on several other factors, other than the price you paid for it. For one, the price buyers are willing to pay for it at any particular time may depend on prevailing economic conditions, mortgage rates, the season of the year and a host of other things affect the value of your house.

  1. The price of other homes in the neighborhood is way lower than yours. Buyers usually know what the general sale price of houses in a location is, and when they notice yours is way over that, they get the impression that you are unreasonable and might not even bother to see the property. Real estate agents often go through a comprehensive process before advising clients on an appropriate price range so don't unduly pressure your agent into raising his estimate.
  2. You haven't had many showings or offers made since the listing. If you haven’t received any offers after about 3 or 4 months and no prospective buyers have come to view the property, there might be a couple of reasons responsible. Ask yourself if your agent is trying his best to promote your listing and if other houses in your neighborhood are moving. If both answers are yes, then it might be a likely fact that your home is overpriced.
  3. Other similar houses in the community are selling, and yours is not. There are different reasons why this may be so, are those houses newer, larger or have better features? And sometimes the reason theirs is selling, and yours is not is because it is overpriced.
  4. Expired listings. Real estate agents often state the listing period on the listing agreement, and if this period expires without being sold, you might want to review your price downwards as it might be an indicator that your house is priced too high. It doesn't mean there are no buyers; it just means the buyers who came were not willing to offer that much.

It's critical that you ask for feedback from your agent as to why your house did not sell. That gives you the opportunity to correct things that certain buyers didn't like.


Believe it or not, home sellers may encounter many expenses after they list their residences. These costs include:

1. Home Cleaning and Maintenance Costs

Before you start showing your residence to prospective buyers, it often is beneficial to clean your house. As such, you may need to purchase assorted cleaning supplies. Or, you can always hire a professional home cleaning company to help you enhance your house's overall appearance.

Don't forget about home maintenance expenses too. Remember, you'll want to do everything possible to improve your house's curb appeal to ensure your residence stands out to potential buyers. And if you budget for the costs associated with fixing damaged home siding or performing lawn care tasks, you may be better equipped than ever before to find cost-effective ways to bolster your home's curb appeal.

2. Home Repair Costs

After you accept a buyer's offer to purchase your home, the buyer likely will request a property inspection. And if an inspection reveals myriad home repairs are necessary, you may be required to spend money to complete these repairs. Otherwise, you could put your home sale in jeopardy.

Oftentimes, it is helpful to conduct a property inspection before you list your residence. This will enable you to assess your home with a professional inspector and identify any problems. Then, you can perform home repairs prior to listing your residence and reduce the risk of possible home selling delays down the line.

3. Moving Costs

Once you sell your home, you will need to relocate your belongings from your current address to a new location. Thus, you should consider the costs associated with moving boxes and packing supplies and budget accordingly.

Furthermore, you may want to hire a professional moving company to help you transport your belongings from Point A to Point B. If you review the prices of local moving companies, you can find an affordable option that matches your budget.

There are many costs that you may encounter as you proceed along the home selling journey. But if you work with a real estate agent, you can receive comprehensive property selling support. And as a result, you may be able to cut down on potential costs throughout the home selling cycle.

A real estate agent is committed to doing everything possible to help a seller achieve the best-possible results. Therefore, a real estate agent will learn about your home selling goals and create a personalized property selling strategy for you.

Plus, a real estate agent is happy to respond to any home selling concerns or questions. This housing market professional will go the extra mile to guarantee you can enjoy a seamless property selling experience. With assistance from a real estate agent, you can handle any potential problems that may arise during the house selling journey.

For home sellers, it usually is a good idea to budget for potential property selling expenses. If you put together a budget, you could boost the likelihood of enjoying a fast, profitable property selling experience.



11 Stuart Street, Medfield, MA 02052

Single-Family

$925,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Situated in Pondview Estates, one of Medfield's prettiest neighborhoods, this stylishly updated colonial presides over a lush, manicured front lawn and expansive, flat backyard bordered by mature trees and woods. With the addition of a 3rd garage bay, a 330 sf sunroom warmed by a gas stove was created with an adjoining 470 sf composite deck, fabulous space to have a party or just relax in privacy and enjoy the view. The kitchen is also noteworthy in this home, remodeled with custom cabinetry, distinctive stone countertops, stainless appliances incl a Wolf wall oven, center island & bar area. The front-to-back cathedral family room is accented by a spectacular triple window & stone fireplace. The office is lined in cherry cabinetry w/multiple built-in work stations, and leads to the living & dining rooms. You'll appreciate generous, hardwood bedrooms & three gorgeous designer bathrooms. A recreation room, craft room/gym & large mudroom w/storage complete the lower level. Worth the wait!
Open House
Sunday
June 30 at 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Beautiful Architectural Shingle Roof! 3 Car Garage! Remodeled Kitchen and Stunning Bathrooms. Huge Private Backyard. Lush, Gorgeous Professional Landscaping! Send Your Buyers!
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