Corinne Fitzgerald | Greenfield Real Estate, Northfield Real Estate, Franklin County real estate

This Condo in Greenfield, MA recently sold for $167,000. This Half-Duplex style home was sold by Corinne Fitzgerald - Fitzgerald Real Estate.

8 Frederick Road, Greenfield, MA 01301


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Let someone else take care of your outside maintenance while you enjoy this meticulously maintained, bright and sunny Condex in beautiful condition. Well insulated with natural gas heat, hot water makes this very affordable home super energy efficient. Wonderful floor plan that includes an open living room, dining room and kitchen. Hardwood and tile floors in the living area and both bathrooms. Berber carpet in the bedrooms. Full basement with high ceilings prime for additional living space. New roof, new deck and a nicely manicured yard. It's hard to find a home of this size and condition in this price range. Priced to sell! Check it out, you will be glad you did!

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When you have a small bedroom, it’s hard to envision bringing many styles to the space. You have what’s necessary for your room, trying to cram everything in one tiny space. Just remember one key point: Every room needs a focal point. This means that your bed will most likely be that eye-catching spot in the room. Namely, the head of the bed will be what catches your eye. Below, you’ll find some more tips to make the most use of your small bedroom. 

Think Open

While it can be tempting to try and cram things into a small room, making the most use of every inch of space possible, you want to actually do the opposite. This means placing beds against the walls or near a window, buying a smaller sized bed, and finding furniture that’s not overwhelming. Other tricks are to eliminate the headboard and footboard or use more see-through options for the furnishings. 

Keep It Bold And Unique

Just because you have a small bedroom doesn’t mean that the space needs to be bland. Don’t be afraid to either make the room bold with color or rich with texture. Choose your color palette wisely. Don’t be afraid to express yourself or whoever the resident of the room is. Is the small bedroom a nursery? Keep it light and fun. Don’t make the room too stuffy. If the bedroom belongs to a sports fan, hang lots of favorite sports memorabilia photos. Often, if a room has a lot of expression, it distracts from the small size of the space. The idea is to make your bedroom special, no matter what size it is.   

Everything Is Potential Storage 

In a small bedroom, storage can be a problem. There’s many creative solutions to solve this space dilemma. You can put the bed up on blocks for more under bed storage. Use a storage chest as a bedside table. This will help you to have the furnishings you need, yet they will double as storage units.

Combat A Low Ceiling

The brighter a room, the less attraction will be drawn to a low ceiling. Slanted ceilings are often a problem in smaller bedrooms, but bright colors can combat the closed in feeling and leave the bedroom feeling more open.             

Furniture Tips

When shopping for furniture for your small bedroom, try to find pieces with rounded corners. This will help keep your limited walkway space in the room clear, as it takes up less space than traditional angled corners. You can really add character to a room using rounded nightstands, ottomans, and more accents.

This Multi-Family in Montague, MA recently sold for $325,000. This style home was sold by Corinne Fitzgerald - Fitzgerald Real Estate.

41 Main St, Montague, MA 01351


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This four family sits on a beautiful lush half acre lot in a quiet corner of suburbia. There is a 3 bedroom unit that has a lead cert, a 2 bedroom, a 1 bedroom unit and an efficiency. Long term tenants. Plenty of parking plus a 2 car dettached garage. The expenses are pretty low here, good for an investor. If your an investor looking to get some great inventory the seller wants this to be rolled into a package with 20 Grinnell Street in Greenfield, just 15-20 minutes away.

When spring arrives it brings everyone out to the backyard for games, cookouts, picnics, and a number of other fun, fair weather activities. It also brings yardwork.

With the busy schedules that most homeowners have, it can be difficult to find time to spend hours working in the yard each weekend. Depending on where you live and the size of your backyard, there are many options for making it a bit easier to take care of your lawn and garden.

In this article, we’ll give you some advice on how to make caring for your backyard a lot simpler so that you can spend your time outside enjoying the weather rather than working up a sweat.


In most suburban and rural neighborhoods, lawncare seems like a competition. Everyone wants their grass to look as green as their neighbor’s. But keeping a meticulous lawn can be difficult if you have kids, pets, or just don’t have the time to spend manicuring and fertilizing your lawn. What’s more, lawncare can get expensive quickly and can go wrong just as quickly in the case of droughts and pests.

There are many ways you can simplify your lawn care. If you love having a lawn, but mowing is a pain, it can be easier to remove some obstacles from your yard. Bird baths and other decorations can be a nice accept, but sometimes they make mowing more difficult than it needs to be.

If you don’t want to deal with grass at all, or want a smaller area to mow, you have a few options.

You could make your yard more of a natural meadow by planting wildflowers and encouraging long grasses. Laying a brick path down the middle creates the air of a walkthrough garden where you can view the many florae that will be ever-changing in your yard.

If you like your yard to look neat and tidy, creating a patio and placing a few choice potted plants and trees on it will save you a lot of time pushing the lawnmower.

Choose the right plants

Many people plant bushes, trees, and flowers based solely on the fact that they like them. It makes more sense in the long run, though, to choose your plants based on their hardiness, and your ability to care for them.

Some plants are marketed as being impossible to kill. However, you should still read the care requirements to make sure they’ll work with your yard’s climate, light, and water conditions.

In warmer climates, cacti and succulents are a good choice and will likely fit the scenery. For colder climates, there are a number of conifers, shrubs, and bushes that will stay green throughout the winter, adding a bit of color to the dreary season.

A good way to make sure your yard will be low maintenance year-round is to use plants and trees that are native to your area. Since they’re in their natural habitat, they’ll likely require less work on your part.

37 Main Street, Northfield, MA 01360



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Once in a while you will find a home of this vintage that has been so lovingly renovated and maintained that it makes owning an antique home so enjoyable. Built in 1822 by the Stearns Brothers with a major renovation by the current owner in the 1980's where the house was taken down to the studs, rewired, plumbed, insulated and new sheetrock walls, new bathrooms and they created the kitchen from what was 3 rooms accented by adding beautiful reclaimed hand hewn beams. Taking it a step further they also removed all the paint on all the woodwork and doors and repainted. Since then new windows, metal roof, driveway and the post and beam barn that was built in 1987 and the home of Northfield Antiques until just recently. Truly a remarkable home with sun filled spacious rooms, all wood floors, second floor porch off the master bedroom suite, lots of storage and a 2 story 5 stall garage with full access and above. Set on 2.48 beautifully manicured acres, tree lined for additional privacy.
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