Bay State Home Sales Team

61 West St, Attleboro, MA 02703



Approx. GLA
Commuters take note!!! 3 Family home with 3 bedrooms each floor has 6 Total Rooms. Each unit has a "double parlor" set up with privacy walls between each room. Roof is only 3 years old. 3 Updated heating systems (approx 10 years) and water heaters. Kitchens and baths have been updated through the years of ownership. Front and Back Stairways Provide 2 Means of Egress per Unit. Off street parking. Close to the Train and all major routes. Rents are below market value for the area! 3rd Floor is vacant and recently painted.
Open House
November 28 at 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM
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Location: 61 West St, Attleboro, MA 02703    Get Directions

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The process of buying a house may prove to be long and complicated. Fortunately, there are several steps that you can take before you pursue a home to streamline the homebuying cycle, and these include:

1. Create a Homebuying Checklist

It helps to start the homebuying process with a homebuying checklist in hand. This checklist will enable you to differentiate between home must-haves and wants, resulting in a fast, efficient homebuying journey.

Think about what you require from a home. For example, if you need a house that is located close to your office in the city, you should include this information in your checklist.

Also, if you want a house that features a built-in swimming pool, you can include this information in your homebuying checklist. But keep in mind that a swimming pool likely is a non-essential item. And if you find a home that is virtually perfect but lacks a swimming pool, it may still be a good idea to pursue this house.

2. Establish a Budget

How much can you afford to spend on a house? This question frequently plagues buyers as they proceed along the homebuying journey. Luckily, you can determine how much money is at your disposal if you develop a budget.

To budget effectively, it helps to meet with local lenders. Banks and credit unions generally offer a wide range of mortgage options and can help you make an informed mortgage decision.

In addition, it often helps to get pre-approved for a mortgage prior to entering the real estate market. Because if you have a mortgage, you can pursue houses that fall within a specific price range and reduce the risk of overspending to acquire your dream house.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

If you want to enjoy a quick, seamless homebuying experience, it is beneficial to have a homebuying expert at your side. Thankfully, real estate agents are available nationwide, and these housing market professionals will do what it takes to help you discover a great house at an affordable price.

A real estate agent understands housing market patterns and trends and can help you plan ahead for a buyer's or seller's market. He or she will teach you about the real estate market and respond to your homebuying queries as well.

Furthermore, a real estate agent acts as a guide throughout the homebuying journey. This housing market professional will set up home showings, negotiate with a seller's agent on your behalf and help you finalize a home purchase. By doing so, a real estate agent will take the guesswork out of buying a house, regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

When it comes to purchasing a house, it helps to prepare. If you employ a real estate agent today, you can get the support you need to plan ahead for the best- and worst-case homebuying scenarios. That way, you'll be able to identify and address potential homebuying hurdles before they escalate.

Ready to buy a house? Follow the aforementioned steps, and you can move closer to pursuing your dream residence.

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As home technology becomes more advanced and affordable, the extreme features of yesterday's luxury homes are becoming more and more standard. Here's an assembled a top-five features in today's luxury homes that will still take your breath away. Some are tech-based, others are designed more with ultimate homeowner comfort in mind. Regardless, you're not going to believe what's lurking behind the gates, doors and windows of many of today's luxury homes. 

Luxury Home Feature #1 -- Private Airstrip

When that morning commute is just too far to drive comfortably, you can always hop in your private plane and take off right from the airstrip that came with your luxury home. These homes in Oregon feature just that opportunity. Some even come complete with the airplane. 

Luxury Home Feature #2 -- Recording Studio

These luxury homes take all the thrill out of your teen's wicked attempts to start a rock band in the family garage. Instead, you can invite the neighborhood kids over to jam in your own private recording studio, complete with pub-style bar for parents who want to stick around and listen. 

Luxury Home Feature #3 -- Mango Tree

If there's no mango tree growing through your living space, how can you truly live in luxury? This home in Rio de Janiero, designed by Allessandro Sartore, features one mature mango tree growing up through the living space and another in the garage.

Luxury Home Feature #4 -- Conference Room

Hold family meetings in style when you purchase a luxury home that features its own conference room. Bonus points if it comes with an accompanying elevator and reception area, like this condo in Chicago

Luxury Home Feature #5 -- Underwater View

These luxury homes, built by US Submarine Strurecortures, LLC, exist underwater. Built at surface pressure, there's no need to dive or decompress to return home in the evening. If you own the land, they'll build the submersed home. Prices start around $4 million for these homes that give new meaning to the term ocean view.

When it comes to luxury home real estate, today's options offer few limitations. All you need are large and stable finances to invest in the home of your dreams to make even the most idealistic vision a reality. Aside from this, odds are good that there's someone out there somewhere capable of building it. 

This Single-Family in North Attleboro, MA recently sold for $535,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by Bay State Home Sales Team - Sankey Real Estate.

14 Buttonwood Cir, North Attleboro, MA 02760


Sale Price

WATERVIEW!!!! Dead end street with cul de sac. updated kitchen with granite countertops and colorful glass tile for backsplash, stainless steel appliances, four season sunroom with cathedral ceiling,this is where you can take in the views of the water while sipping of a cup coffee. two fireplaces (one has woodstove), finished basement, home office, 28x28 newer addition with very large master bedroom, beautful yard, circular driveway. Highest and best offers due by Monday 6pm on 10/5/2020. Value range pricing sellers will entertain offers between 500,000 to 535,000.

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This Single-Family in Taunton, MA recently sold for $318,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Bay State Home Sales Team - Sankey Real Estate.

63 Williams Ave, Taunton, MA 02780


Sale Price

Great colonial on a dead end street close to all Taunton shopping. Very large back yard that leads you to the newer LARGE deck that has been added within the last few years. A second bath on the first floor has also been added for extreme convenience right off of the huge kitchen that covers the length of the house. 3 bedrooms (one with a large walk-in closet) and 1 full bath make the second floor a quiet getaway at the end of a busy day. Some updates have been done within the last 4 years ; just looking for new owners. First showings will be at the open house on Sunday 9/20/20 from 12pm to 2pm. Please text Lorri to register for a showing slot.

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