Single Family For Sale in Lower Mills - 41 Temple Street

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Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Cahill Associates

Single Family For Sale in Lower Mills!  I had the pleasure of visiting this home on Saturday afternoon and wanted to write about it since it's a lovely home in a great location.  For anyone not familiar with Lower Mills, this section of Boston, where Dorchester, Mattapan and Milton meet is located on the Neponset River and is home to a great little town center with great places to eat and shop.  It is beloved to all of its inhabitants and is generally regarded as a lovely place to live by all those who reside there.

The home itself, located on a quiet side street off of River Street, was built in 1925 and has a great new open layout on the first floor that creates a great flow.  There are two bedroom upstairs as well as a third room that only needs a closet to be a third.  This room right has a door that leads to the second floor porch.  The kitchen has some new appliances and the paint is fresh as well.  The windows and roof are less than 10 years old.

Here are the vital stats:Single Family For Sale in Lower Mills

Built:  1925

Living Area:  1,221 s.f.

Lot Size:  1,960 s.f.

Bedrooms:  2

Full Bathrooms:  1

Half Bathrooms:  1

Parking Spaces: 3

Taxes:  $2,789.42

Please let me know if you would like to see this home.  I am not the listing agent and do not represent the seller.  I can however, represent a buyer who is interested in viewing this single family for sale in Lower Mills.


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Thanks for reading!

David Cahill
Century 21 Cahill Associates
cell 781-910-6506
www.DavidCahillHomes.com

 

 

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Comments (2)

Connie Lou Barnett
Real Living/Home Realty - Owensboro, KY
GRI,CRS,CRB,SRMM,ARA,PRS,SFR,QSC

Wishing you a very successful sale & closing on Temple Street.  This sounds like a very unique home.

Oct 14, 2010 01:44 AM
Anonymous
Eileen R. Bishop

Do Realtors deserve a day off??

I think we owe it to our families, our customers and oursleves.

I can go three or four weeks without a day off but then I begin to feel myself waning.

Our families - I love real estate but I have to keep in mind, it's a living; not my life. If I passed away tomorrow, my family and friends would miss me. The real estate industry wouldn't miss a beat.

Our customers - After just one day off I know I perform better and think better as a Realtor. If I clear my mind and life of real state for just one day (which is extremely hard to do) I am refreshed and can be more creative and effective.

Ourselves - We deserve it! Having a day off will be healthier for us - mentally and hopefully, phsically. It can improve our relationships with the people around us and therefore, make us more productive.

Plus, if we respect oursleves and our lives, then our clients might learn to respect us more as real estate professionals.

There is an agent on our area whose voice message on his phone says "if you're calling after 7pm, I'll will get back to you tomorrow morning".  I don't know him personally but I bet there's plenty of times he gets back to his customers after 7pm, but it is a gentle "reminder' to the customers that are calling you at 10:30 o a Friday or Saturday night (which we've all had).    

So, should we take a day off every once in a while - I say Heck Yes!! Have a great day in real estate. ERBishop

 

 

Oct 14, 2010 04:11 AM
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