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Posted by Tina Bilazarian, Inc on 2/17/2017

Bright and spacious two bedroom unit in traditionally converted Andover Street School! Loaded with charm- upscale, exposed brick, archways, beautiful high ceilings, crown molding and wainscoting. Two good sized bedrooms- master bedroom has walk-in closet with it's own balcony. Brand new hard wood floors carpeting! Laundry hooks ups in unit and secure storage closet in lower level. Front to back floor plan with over-sized windows provide excellent natural light. Convenient access to Routes 190, 290 & 12 Do not miss out on this rare resale!

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Posted by Tina Bilazarian, Inc on 2/16/2017

If you've ever walked down the garden section of The Home Depot and were amazed at the amount of garden tools you're not alone. For such a simple pastime, gardening has become increasingly complex in recent decades. From small, gas-powered cultivators to electric grass shears, the tranquil art of gardening has been commercialized with all of the latest technology. If you're just keeping a small flower or vegetable garden, there's no need for all the gadgetry. Our ancestors made due for thousands of years with simple tools. Here are the five utilitarian tools that will prove useful in your garden today.

1. The Spade

Let's start with the basics. Every gardener needs a spade. You'll use them when the ice melts to till the soil, you'll use it in early spring to dig holes for your plants, and you'll reach for it in the fall when you're cleaning up after the harvest. A good long-handled spade†will last years, require zero maintenance if you keep it out of the rain, and help you multitask in the garden.

2. The Trowel

Like its big brother, the spade, the trowel is also going to help with tasks like digging and mixing soil. But a trowel's small size allows you to work up-close with the delicate plants in your garden. The trowel helps you†shape the rows and sculpt the finer details of your garden.

3. The Rake

There are rakes for every purpose. †But for our purposes you can get away with having two for your garden: one leaf rake and either a†hand or bow rake. If you're the type to kneel down in the dirt and work closely with your plants and soil, go with the hand rake. If you don't want to do a lot of bending and kneeling a long-handled bow rake is your best bet. Once you've tilled the soil in your garden with a spade, you'll want to rake it even and break up large clumps of dirt with the bow rake. Then throughout the season you can use the leaf rake to clean up debris from plants, nearby trees, and so on.

4. The Shears

Gardening isn't just a matter of putting plants in the ground and watching them grow. For a garden to flourish you'll need to take care of your plants, pruning dead leafs. Some gardeners even prune the first buds of certain vegetable plants to allow the plants more time to grow before they start devoting resources to producing fruit. Good garden shears must be taken care of. Clean them after use, oil the pivot area, and sharpen them once per year to keep them in good working condition.

5. The Watering Can

All would be for naught if it weren't for the watering can. It may seem like an item you don't need to put much thought into. But there are certain things you should look for in a watering can. Firstly, the can should strain water into small streams when you pour it out. This allows you to cover the soil evenly and to avoid dumping a heavy stream of water onto delicate plants. You should also be sure to pick a can that's both big and sturdy. Know your limits; if you don't think you're up to carrying 3-5 gallons of water for prolonged periods go with something smaller and elect to take more trips to the tap.   These five time-tested tools are all you need to keep a healthy garden.  





Posted by Tina Bilazarian, Inc on 2/9/2017

Bedrooms come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You bedroom is more than a place for sleeping. They have become multi-purpose rooms over the years. Depending on your circumstances, bedrooms may need to house a home office, a playroom, or a tv and movie hub in addition to a bed. The most important role your bedroom plays is providing you with a good nightís rest. We have a bunch of different ideas here to help you maximize your space and style in the most comfortable way possible. Consider What The Space Will Be Used For Will your bedroom be used as a reading room? If so, you need to add a comfy chair to the space. If your bedroom has a multi-purpose as a home office, youíll need to add a comfy desk and chair to the room for your working hours. Plan the room around the pieces that must be in there. Many pieces of furniture can also be double purposed like a table that can also be used as a desk. Itís All In Where You Place Things The biggest decision that youíll need to make is where to put the furniture. If you place things strategically, youíll be able to fit everything you need in the room without sacrificing charm and style. Placing the bed near the windows is a great way to save space and let light in, since a bed wonít completely block the window. Add Your Character To The Space If your bedroom represents the things that you love, you canít go wrong in the space. While itís usually not recommended that we work and sleep in the same space, sometimes itís unavoidable. There are ways that you can separate the two worlds with a room screen, for example. Whatever your bedroom space is being used for, be sure to provide balance to the room. As long as an object is pleasing to you, you canít go wrong placing it in the bedroom. Think outside of the box with objects like benches, love seats and even antique radios. If you can use it and it makes you happy, thereís a way to make the object fit within the purpose of your bedroom. Lighting No matter what your bedroom will be used for, lighting is extremely important. Make sure that thereís lights near each side of the bed. These will be useful for many different things from early morning risers to reading in bed to night owls. Planning Makes The Process Smoother Remember that the most important thing that you can do for your bedroom furniture arrangement- or any room for that matter- is to plan. With careful measurements of the pieces that must go into the room and careful thought of what youíd like to go into the room, you can create the perfect bedroom.





Posted by Tina Bilazarian, Inc on 2/7/2017

HOLDEN - Located on Worcester - West Boylston Line. Move in condition 2 bedroom ranch. Eat in kitchen. Interior freshly painted, refinished hardwood floors, replacement windows, newer roof, new deck. Finished lower level game room, laundry, closets and workshop with access to garage - openers. Gas heat. Extensive clearing of rear lot into a pleasant open yard with new shed. Immediate occupancy. Check this great price - location and value. A must see.

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Posted by Tina Bilazarian, Inc on 2/6/2017

This wonderful well-maintained 3 bedroom townhouse at Timbertbrook is nestled in a serene setting, yet is only minutes from I-290, #140 and Worcester, a commuterís dream! Offering a lovely open floor plan, laminate flooring, with living and dining areas flowing out onto a private enclosed patio/deck for entertaining. Updated tiled bathrooms. Other updates: new attic hatch door, water heater, gas stove, new Anderson slider, attic insulation. Interior is freshly painted and has central air for summer comfort. All this plus your own garage! This is in moving condition. You will be happy to call this your home!

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