Paul W Sullivan & Assoc



Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 4/25/2019


12 Ocean Park Way , Dennis, MA 02670

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$789,900
Price

3
Beds
6
Total Rooms
1
Baths
If you are looking for a Quintessential Cape Cod Beach House this is it! Just steps from the idyllic white sand of Nantucket Sound. Completely RENOVATED in a coastal style. Newly installed/refinished hardwood floors, fresh paint, new kitchen with upgraded cabinets and quartz counters, stainless appliances and new bathroom along with with new septic, roof, exterior shingles, trim, just to name a few. Wake up to the sweet smell of the ocean air looking out to the water from the second floor bedroom and after a long day at the beach head over to The Sand Bar or Lighthouse Inn just around the corner for a refreshing cocktail and dinner or better yet bbq at your beach house and watch the sunset with the cool salt air breeze..
Open House
Saturday
April 27 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Please come see this Fully Renovated Quintessential Beach House just steps from the sands of Nantucket Sound!
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Location: 12 Ocean Park Way , Dennis, MA 02670    Get Directions

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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 4/21/2019

No matter where you live, smart planning means landscaping for your climate. While magazines, websites and home and garden television shows display verdant English gardens dripping with wisteria and spritely fountains, responsible landscaping means ecologically sustainable plants and watering systems is the way to go.

If you’re in a newly built home, designing a low-maintenance yard from scratch is more straightforward than removing an existing water-guzzling lawn. In more arid climates, consider xeriscaping—also called desert-scaping or dry-scaping—lower water use protects natural resources and native wildlife, while seamlessly flowing with the natural environment. Even in moister climes, it's wise to utilize plants that grow naturally without excessive watering. Choosing native plants with the assistance of a local garden center can start you on your way.

Plan your site use

Consider how you’ll use the space before tearing up the existing landscaping. Are the flat areas better for play spaces or for entertaining? Is there a slope or terraced area? Does water flow downhill from another yard? How does the sun, shade, wind, or other weather patterns move through the yard? Determine the best use and how weather patterns affect the area to reduce the amount of effort you’ll need to spend maintaining your landscaping.

Consider your needs:

  • Hire a professional to test your soil to see if you need to add special fertilizers.
  • Review the drainage and correct elevation issues so that water flows away from your home. A flooded basement is avoidable with proper preparation.
  • If you're new to homeownership and landscaping, think about hiring a professional to get advice or to complete the project.
  • Where possible, utilize drip irrigation systems rather than sprinklers. These reduce water waste and soil erosion. Set timers on your irrigation system to avoid overwatering and waste.
  • Try to preserve any naturally existing trees, especially native ones, but replace high-maintenance trees when necessary.
  • Choose shade-tolerant plants for areas shaded by trees or buildings.
  • Install ground cover plants, or even lava rock, gravel, or river stones to reduce water consumption and run-off.

Make space functional

For play areas, use environmentally-friendly grasses, or replace turf with pea gravel, mulch, sand or specially design playground materials made from repurposed rubber tires and other recycled products. Entertainment spaces allow for artistic use of paver stones with gravel between for drainage, raised beds that double as sitting areas and decorative pathways through your landscaping.

Simplify maintenance

Whatever your landscaping needs, careful planning to reduce maintenance requirements gives you more time to enjoy your yard. Cover any bare soil with water-permeable fabric weed barriers and layer gravel or mulch over the fabric. Advanced planning means less weeding later. Reach out to a landscape professional or garden shop for information on ordinances and specifics on safe herbicides that protect your environment while simplifying your life.




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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 4/19/2019


12 William Crowell Road , Dennis, MA 02638

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$3,895,000
Price

5
Beds
9
Total Rooms
6/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning new Contemporary Cape style Coastal home set on 2.56 acres of gently seaward sloping land that fronts on Cape Cod Bay. Panoramic views from Provincetown to Plymouth and the sunsets are unsurpassed. Elevated topography makes the views more commanding while providing comfort and protection from the coastal conditions, Enjoy the fresh seabreezes while taking in the ever changing salt pond wildlife and vista. Low maintenance exterior includes Anderson Perma sheild windows, Azec trim, pre-stained cedar siding, and stainless cable rails. The interior is an open style for first floor living and entertaining. Custom painted cabinets, stone countertops, detailed moldings, finished lower level, 3rd floor viewing room, and riffed and quartered oak flooring throughout. Private path to beach.
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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 4/14/2019

Buying a home should be an unforgettable journey, one that enables you to purchase a high-quality house at a budget-friendly price. If you start planning for the homebuying journey today, you may be able to reduce the risk of encountering homebuying hurdles as you attempt to acquire a first-rate house.

Ultimately, there are many important decisions for homebuyers to make before they enter the real estate market, including:

1. Where Do I Want to Live?

As a homebuyer, you'll want to know where you want to go so you can map out your property buying journey.

Consider your current and future plans before you enter the housing market – you'll be glad you did. This will enable you to consider where you'll be in the next few months and years and plan accordingly.

For example, if you currently work in the city and intend to stay at your present job, you may want to search for a home that makes it easy to commute to work.

On the other hand, if you plan to start a family in the foreseeable future, you may want to consider purchasing a home near various top-notch parks and schools.

2. How Much Can I Spend on a House?

You know that you'd like to become a homeowner, but how much can you afford to pay for a residence? Meet with several banks and credit unions, and you can start budgeting for a home.

Banks and credit unions can help you get pre-approved for a mortgage. Then, with a mortgage in hand, you can enter the real estate market with a good idea about how much you can spend on a residence.

Many banks and credit unions are available, and they are happy to teach you about the ins and outs of numerous mortgage options. Plus, lenders will respond to your mortgage concerns and queries and help you make an informed mortgage decision.

3. Will I Need to Hire a Real Estate Agent?

If you're on the lookout for your dream home, why not hire an expert to guide you along the homebuying journey? With a real estate agent at your side, you can take the guesswork out of finding and purchasing your ideal residence.

A real estate agent will provide expert support at each stage of the homebuying journey. As such, he or she will help you set realistic expectations before you begin your search for your dream house.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will set up home showings, keep you informed about new properties as they become available and negotiate with home sellers on your behalf. This housing market professional will even offer expert real estate insights that you might struggle to obtain elsewhere.

When it comes to purchasing a house, there is no need to leave anything to chance. Fortunately, you can hire a real estate agent to help you along the homebuying journey and simplify the process of going from homebuyer to homeowner.




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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 4/14/2019


194 Nobscussett Road , Dennis, MA 02638

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$1,085,000
Price

5
Beds
8
Total Rooms
3
Baths
A five bedroom / 3 full bath home located on 26,136 square feet on quiet Nobscussett Road. The home is North of 6A in quaint Dennis Village. You can walk downtown and also have the opportunity to join the Nobscussett Property Owners Association for your access to the beach. A very flat lot that is 170 feet by 150 feet gives you the opportunity to add a swimming pool if you so desire. The home also has a large kitchen with a sitting room with fireplace and a sun room that leads to the outdoor shower and large deck.
Open House
Sunday
April 14 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Please come and see this wonderful home North of 6A with Deeded Association Beach! Just in time for the summer!
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Location: 194 Nobscussett Road , Dennis, MA 02638    Get Directions

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