Diana Adair - REALTOR® - Amherst Real Estate, Hadley Real Estate, Belchertown Real Estate


This Single-Family in Hadley, MA recently sold for $332,000. This Colonial,Farmhouse style home was sold by Diana Adair - Coldwell Banker Upton-Massamont Realtors.


14 Meadow St, Hadley, MA 01035

Single-Family

$335,000
Price
$332,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
In the quiet convenient village of North Hadley find this farmhouse of many possibilities. Large eat in family kitchen, living room and family room or den are offered on the first floor. Second floor has three light filled bedrooms including the master with an oversized closet, perfect to make into a "dressing room", great for the exercise equipment too. Central Air and a whole house fan,walk up attic for extra storage or enhanced living space are just some of the homes extras. Solar panels for electric savings. And... the garage! 35X36' clear span 3 bay garage with three 10' overhead garage doors with door openers and a staircase to storage above. Fully lighted for all manner of projects and needs. Great storage for inventory... Workshop options galore... Design and build your favorite projects. Park oversized vehicles with space to spare. North Hadley is just a little off the beaten path only minutes to shopping, colleges and route 91 to travel north or south! Must be seen!!

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This Single-Family in Leverett, MA recently sold for $325,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by Diana Adair - Coldwell Banker Upton-Massamont Realtors.


21 Teawaddle Hill Road, Leverett, MA 01054

Single-Family

$325,000
Price
$325,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Buyers lost their financing so this beautiful contemporary house is back on the market. Situated in a quiet natural setting with 9 acres of woodlands, meadows, wetlands, and streams makes this a nature-lover's sanctuary. Commune with the birds and watch for wildlife from your deck as you enjoy your morning coffee. This house is a treasure nestled back from the road with an open floor plan, lofts, and post & beam construction that give you the sense of living in a vacation retreat. Large windows offer expansive views of nature on all sides, and a wood stove and natural wood interior make the house feel cozy and warm in winter. Two turreted wings connected by a central living space with loft for overnight guests, tv space, or meditation add to the uniqueness of this property. Wooded trails behind the house and close to East Leverett Trails Network. Minutes from UMass, & just down the road from Cushman Cafe, Jakes restaurant, and new shops in N Amherst. Priced below recent bank appraisal.

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This Single-Family in Pelham, MA recently sold for $205,000. This Cape,Farmhouse style home was sold by Diana Adair - Coldwell Banker Upton-Massamont Realtors.


51 Amherst Road, Pelham, MA 01002

Single-Family

$239,000
Price
$205,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Seller Offering $5000 closing credit to put towards upgrade and will entertain reasonable offers. .Charming New England Farmhouse with many original features to give it charm but updates to make it modern. Mixed zoning allows one to live and work from home. You enter through the family room addition with a bay of East facing windows & propane Heater.This space could be a home office. Eat-in Kitchen is open to family room and has a pantry, gas stove. A full bath is off of the kitchen. Enjoy the formal dining room with wood stove connection and formal living room with built-ins. A master bedroom and second possible bedroom and/or office complete 1st floor. Upstairs there are two possible tandem bedrooms and a second full bath. Could be a great master suite. A studio outbuilding is 24' x 24' and has heat & electricity. Newer Solar Panels and Boiler a plus! HOME is close to Pelham Elementary,Buffam Falls, and Orient Spring trails! Minutes to downtown Amherst, UMASS

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When buying a home, there are so many things to check out before the big signing day. Inspecting a home should be at the top of the list. Home inspections identify problems that may not be obvious to the naked eye. Here are some important things to consider when having your new home inspected. 

There are different home inspection processes to choose from and the age of your home will help to determine which one to get. 

Start by first finding a professional and certified home inspector. Check out your online resources such as Angie’s List and the home adviser website to find one close to you. Realtors also have recommendations of inspectors so make sure to ask them to help you locate one. 

Once you have found your certified home inspector, they would be able to identify with you what type of inspection your home would need. Most homes need a general or residential inspection. General inspections include the structure, exterior, roof, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, interior, insulation, and ventilation. After completing the inspection, the final report helps the buyers decide on any needed repairs before purchasing. To get the most information out of the inspection, make sure to ask questions about the findings. Having these answers on hand will enable you to negotiate with the sellers about including those needed repairs. Besides, it is essential to know the structural condition of your home. 

Another home inspection to consider is the termite/wood destroying organism inspection. This type of inspection would account for structural damage caused by wood boring insects. For older homes, these insects may cause problems in the future. Generally, this type of inspection comes at an additional cost.

If you are buying a home that is older than 30 years or more, consider doing a lead-based paint inspection. This type of inspection came about after the federal government banned the use of lead-based paint. If you that lead-based paint may have been used in your home, hire a certified lead abatement contractor to inspect your home.

Another type of inspection to consider is gas and chemicals. A mitigation contractor can test for methane gas or radon and identify ways to remove it. There are additional charges for this type of inspection. Overall, getting a home inspection is an integral part of becoming a homeowner. Make sure to use the resources provided to you and your realtor for any questions or concerns.



38 Fearing St, Amherst, MA 01002

Single-Family

$475,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This family home of many years, located in the historic district, offers warmth and grace. Many upgrades include: electrical, plumbing, new hot water heater (2019) roof is 7 years old... and much remodeling in the kitchen and both baths. Walk to town and enjoy the hub of Amherst. Be on campus's in minutes, UMass and Amherst College... (leave your car at home) Enjoy the mature garden and a place to relax in the gazebo on over 1/2 acre in your own back yard. You will be just around the corner from Amherst public schools and in town activities. The appeal of this home will embrace your family as it has this past many years. Come and join us and envision yourself in this gracious space.... The first showings are at the Open House on Sunday, October 20th from 1 to 3 P.M
Open House
Sunday
October 20 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 38 Fearing St, Amherst, MA 01002    Get Directions

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