Marjory Tracy | Easton Real Estate, Fairfield Real Estate, Westport Real Estate


60 Gate Ridge Road, Easton, CT 06612  

Rental
$2,800
Price
8
Total Rooms
3
Bedrooms
3
Baths
Perfect rental: Spacious raised ranch on quiet country road just 1.5 miles north of the Merritt Parkway, resting on a level acre with a private backyard. Interior has just been freshly painted, redone hardwood floors and brand new heating system. Main level offers a remodeled kitchen with white cabinetry and granite countertops, updated bathrooms, large living room with vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace, dining room, master bedroom with full bath, 2 additional bedrooms, hall bathroom and an enclosed porch. The lower level includes a large family room, an office, full bathroom and 2-car garage. There is a level and private backyard. Easy access to shopping, health club and restaurants at the Westfield Mall and Black Rock Turnpike.


60 Gate Ridge Road, Easton, CT 06612  

Residential
$469,900
Price
8
Total Rooms
3
Bedrooms
3
Baths
Spacious raised ranch on quiet country road just 1.5 miles north of the Merritt Parkway, resting on a level acre with a private backyard. Interior has just been freshly painted, redone hardwood floors and brand new heating system. Main level offers a remodeled kitchen with white cabinetry and granite countertops, updated bathrooms, large living room with vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace, dining room, master bedroom with full bath, 2 additional bedrooms, hall bathroom and an enclosed porch. The lower level includes a large family room, an office, full bathroom and 2-car garage. There is a level and private backyard. Easy access to shopping, health club and restaurants at the Westfield Mall and Black Rock Turnpike.
Open House
Sunday
December 16 at 1:00PM to 3:00PM
Location: 60 Gate Ridge Road, Easton, CT 06612   


12 Crestwood Lane, Easton, CT 06612  

Residential
$525,000
Price
9
Total Rooms
3
Bedrooms
3
Baths
A special 9-room home which rests on a private 1.6 acres at the end of a quiet cul de sac in lower Easton. The sun shines through the oversized windows with pretty views throughout. The backyard is completely private in the summer months allowing for great pool parties around the 20-40 foot pool. The 2-story entry foyer has stone flooring & guest closet. An open floor plan with spacious living room, picture windows, brick fireplace & flows into the dining room. The eat-in-kitchen has newer stainless steel appliances and a door to the deck. In the hallway is a large pantry closet and pull down stairway to the attic. The roomy master bedroom offers a full bathroom and walk-in closet, the other 2 spacious bedrooms have great closet space & hardwood flooring. Hall bathroom with linen closet. The lower level includes an inviting family room with built-in cabinetry & book shelves, a large closet and sliding doors to the patio and backyard. There is an office with bookshelves which could be used for an au pair or guest room. The laundry room/mudroom is quite large and was used for an additional playroom for my children which included a storage area which they used for a clubhouse.The utility room has space for additional storage. The roof was installed in the fall of 2017 and new heating system 2018. The 2-car garage is large with plenty of room for storage. The backyard great for a swing set, vegetable garden, berry picking and includes an electric dog fence. Owner/broker
Open House
Sunday
December 16 at 1:00PM to 4:00PM
Location: 12 Crestwood Lane, Easton, CT 06612   


60 Gate Ridge Road, Easton, CT 06612  

Residential
$469,900
Price
8
Total Rooms
3
Bedrooms
3
Baths
Spacious raised ranch on quiet country road just 1.5 miles north of the Merritt Parkway, resting on a level acre with a private backyard. Interior has just been freshly painted, redone hardwood floors and brand new heating system. Main level offers a remodeled kitchen with white cabinetry and granite countertops, updated bathrooms, large living room with vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace, dining room, master bedroom with full bath, 2 additional bedrooms, hall bathroom and an enclosed porch. The lower level includes a large family room, an office, full bathroom and 2-car garage. There is a level and private backyard. Easy access to shopping, health club and restaurants at the Westfield Mall and Black Rock Turnpike.


The home inspection may seem like a standard thing that you need to go through in the process of buying a home. Really, you’re paying for the home inspection, and it’s a huge opportunity for you. As a home buyer, you should look at the home inspection as an educational event for homeowners. You’ll learn a lot about the history of the property that you’ll be living in. From water that may have been present in the basement to a leaky roof, you’ll get to know your new home and how everything works.


When you hire your home inspector, he or she may seem like they are talking to experts. For this reason, it’s a good idea to ask questions during the inspection so that you can clarify what the inspector is talking bout.


Is This Problem Urgent?


It’s a good idea to see how soon any problems in the house need to be fixed. If the roof needs to be replaced within 3-6 months and your finances are tight, it’s something that you’ll want to know about. While home inspectors will reserve their opinions about a property overall, professionally, they can tell you how big of an issue certain things are. You may need to hire a certified professional who specializes in a certain area like plumbing or electricity for further evaluation in many cases. For your own knowledge, it’s a good idea to know what needs to be done around the property and when.             


Take Notes


You’re never going to remember where everything is in the house on the first pass. It’s a good idea to carry a notepad with you when you’re going through the home. Make notes of any major issues, where they are, and how to fix them. This way, even after the inspection report is sent, you’ll have something to refer back to.  


Is This At The End Of Its Lifespan?


Your home inspector will take a look at all of the moving parts of the home that you’re about to purchase. This includes the appliances. Is the dishwasher on its last leg? Will you need a new refrigerator very soon? Is that creak in the floor more than just a problem with a floorboard? If you find out what to expect from both the major and minor issues in the home, you’ll have a better idea of what to expect from the property overall. 


Home inspectors give you an overview of the condition of a home. Inspectors will tell you that there is no home that comes completely clean when it comes to an inspection. Even a brand new home that was just built will have some issues. While it may not be the most fun to find out that your new home needs a new roof, at least you and your realtor will know what needs to be brought to the negotiation table if you decide to go through with the purchase of the home.




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