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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 5/13/2019


12 Ocean Park Way , Dennis, MA 02670

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$699,900
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..Deeded private beach...
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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 5/12/2019

For a first-time homebuyer, it is important to realize that a home seller's acceptance of your initial offer provides no guarantees. In fact, a homebuyer will still need to complete a home inspection before a home sale is finalized.

A home inspection is a valuable opportunity to learn about any potential issues with a house. After the inspection is finished, a homebuyer has the opportunity to submit a counter-proposal, rescind a proposal or keep his or her current offer intact.

Ultimately, hiring the right home inspector can make a world of difference for a homebuyer. With an expert home inspector at your side, a homebuyer can gain insights into a house's pros and cons and determine whether a house is a viable long-term investment.

So what does it take to employ the right home inspector? Here are three tips to help a first-time homebuyer do just that.

1. Conduct an Extensive Search

Search far and wide for a home inspector – you'll be glad you did. If you allocate the necessary time and resources to locate a skilled home inspector in your area, you can boost your chances of identifying potential home problems before you complete a home purchase.

A first-time homebuyer can begin a search for an expert home inspector online. A simple web search is sure to provide plenty of results, and a homebuyer then can perform an in-depth review of local home inspectors' credentials.

Furthermore, don't hesitate to ask family members and friends for assistance. If a loved one recently sold a house and had a great experience with a home inspector, it may be worthwhile to hire this same professional to perform your home inspection.

2. Look at a Home Inspector's Background

How many years of industry experience does a home inspector have? What are past clients saying about a home inspector? And how does a home inspector approach each job? These are some of the questions that a first-time homebuyer should consider as he or she assesses a home inspector's background.

In addition, a homebuyer can always reach out to a home inspector directly to learn more about this professional's experience. A face-to-face or phone conversation with a home inspector may require only a few minutes to complete and can help a homebuyer make an informed decision.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent can help you discover your dream house as well as put you in touch with the top home inspectors in your area. As a result, this housing market professional will ensure you can purchase a first-rate house that matches or exceeds your expectations.

If you're uncertain about whether to hire a particular home inspector, it never hurts to consult with a real estate agent. By doing so, you can gain honest, unbiased tips to determine whether a home inspector is the right person to evaluate your residence.

Employ the best home inspector prior to completing your home purchase – use these tips, and a first-time homebuyer should have no trouble hiring a superior home inspector.




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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 5/7/2019


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
Sunday
May 12 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Come and see this quintessential beach house just steps to 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 5/5/2019

Have you ever driven through a neighborhood or down a country road, seen a cobbled-together add-on and done a double-take? Historically, home additions tend to stick out like the proverbial sore thumb, with each new add-on displaying the most recent design trend without regard for the original style. Thus, you'll see a typical ranch-style home with a mansard or hipped-roof add-on or a modern sunroom from an entirely different era appearing as if by magic from the side of a craftsman bungalow.

Failing to match a home’s original style is not new. Castles dotting the English hillsides or lining European rivers have jumbled wings from even different centuries, and palaces and cathedrals bear the stamp of each successive architect’s desire to make a name for himself. But when it comes to your home, mixing styles and eras could be a losing proposition when the time comes to sell.

Hire a professional

Before you begin an addition, hire a licensed design contractor to discuss your home's current style and how your renovation or addition might enhance its curb appeal and carry the same theme through the complete interior and exterior of the house.

New structures should be in balance with the existing building, and although it might not have symmetry, the combination of new and old should have unity. To achieve this, bear these things in mind:

  • Windows: if the new windows are double-hung with multiple lights (several small panes or a grid), then change out the old windows to match. Don’t mix aluminum sliders with wood casements (those with crank mechanisms). In other words, add some extra money into the renovation to match up the window types.
  • Exterior materials: a lovely mix of brick, stone, and stucco (or plank siding) gives a home that coveted old-world feel, but a random mash-up looks, well, like a random mash-up. If possible, extend the existing outside material to the new addition. Where that isn’t possible because, for example, a brick color or style no longer is available, consider painting everything to match to give continuity.
  • Rooflines and materials: adding a gambrel roof to hipped roof or a mansard to a ranch probably won’t earn you any design awards. If the existing roofline is not what you want, have your contractor update it to match the addition. A mix of roofline styles is disconcerting and screams “add-on” rather than professional addition. And watch the mix-up of roofing materials too. A lovely new metal roof on the new part with a dated three-tab asphalt shingle on your existing roof gives your home a discordant aspect — either roof the latest addition to mimic the old, or re-roof the whole thing. 

If you genuinely want to add a different style, consider modifying the existing home to match the new style for a unified impression. And, if you're considering an addition to increase your home's value for a quick sale, check with your real estate professional first. There's nothing worse for your renovation's bottom line than an addition that nets a loss rather than a gain to your resale value.





Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 5/3/2019


33 Corporation Road , Dennis, MA 02638

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$629,000
Price

4
Beds
9
Total Rooms
2
Baths
Corporation Beach is a stroll away from this 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with an attached 1 bedroom, 1 bath, screened porch year round cottage.....the main home has been updated with a new kitchen and family room....raised ceilings in the LR along with matching built ins make for a lovely room....the main home has gas heat and the cottage has electric heat....Dennis Village with many shops & restaurants are just around the corner....
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Sunday
May 05 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Please come see this great home with an attached apartment North of 6A! Fabulous location close to Corporation Beach and everything in Dennis Village!
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