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Reap the benefits of the 2009 investment in a geothermal heating and cooling system in this dormered bungalow-style home at the end of a private way. FIrst used as the parsonage for the church down the hill, the house is set up on a knoll bordering Mt. Gilboa Conservation area, offering a private backyard that seems to go on forever into the woods of the conservation land. And yet, the house is located seconds away from the MBTA bus, shopping, restaurants, and the Minuteman Bikeway. The house is being offered at $479,000. Showings will start Friday afternoon, June 3,  and there will be open houses Saturday and Sunday, June 4 and 5, between 1-3 pm. Use contact button at top or call 781-856-0992 for more information.

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You may download an overview of the geothermal project here as a .pdf file.

 

  • Four bedrooms
  • One bath
  • 1487 square feet
  • Lot size: 4,290 square feet (borders conservation land)
  • Two-car driveway

 

A list of other recent updates and upgrades to the house:

 

New Roof
December 2005
New Wiring (Romex)
December 2005
New Hardwood Floors (Bedroom / Closet)
December 2005
New Interior Painting
December 2005
New Stainless Steel Appliances
December 2005
New Washer/Dryer
December 2005
New Sills (North / East walls)
April 2006
New Utility Sink + associated plumbing
April 2006
New Bathroom subfloor + floor tile
May 2006
New Toilet
May 2006
Reglazed Bathtub
July 2006
New Roof chimney flashing / boot seals
August 2006
Installed Basement Dehumidifier
September 2006
New Geothermal HVAC with Central A/C
October 2009
New Insulation – Closed-Cell Foam (Attic/Sills) + Cellulose (All Walls)
October 2009
New 200 Amp Breaker Box
October 2009
New Hotwater Heater
December 2009
New French Drains
June 2010
Refinished Porch
May 2011
New Landscaping/Rock Garden
Continual