Rowley, MA Real Estate News

By Jim Mushinsky
(Centsable Inspection)
A Rowley MA home buyer should receive a brochure, Home Inspectors Facts for Consumers Sheet, at the time of the signing of the first written contract to purchase. A standard Massachusetts home inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and major interior systems of a residential building consisting of one to four dwelling units. It should be understood that there are certain risks inherent in the purchase of property and a home inspection is inherently limited in its scope and depth. The information gained from home inspection conforming to the Massachusetts Home Inspector Standards of Practice may reduce some of those risks, but the home inspection is not intended to provide the client with protection from all of the risks involved. Visit the Rowley MA Home Inspector ...
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By John P. Wells
(Wellsco Realtors LLC)
Rowley Market Report 2010 Jan 1 - March 8, 2010 6 homes sold Average Sales Price $383,985 Average Time on Market  217 days Homes sold for an average of 99% of asking price
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By Maria Salvaggio, MA North Shore REAL ESTATE
(Century 21 North Shore)
"Pingree Farms" is situated on approxiamently 26.74 acres on the southerly side of Route 133 in Rowley, Ma. The site is bisected from south to north by Pingree Farm Road, an unimproved woods road. The developer wanted to the creation of an Open Space Residential Development of twenty (23) two-bedroom units, consisting of ten (10) separate buildings. The site will be serviced by the municipal water system, on-site subsurface disposal systems, on-site stormwater management systems and gas, electric and cable TV services.Approximately 92% of "Pingree Farms" will be saved as open space (no building or paved areas) and will be controlled by a homeowners associationThe architecture of the proposed units will be New England Style capes typical of a New England Village. Each unit will be provid...
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By Jay Burnham, The Coldwell Banker Guy
(Coldwell Banker)
Located north of Ipswich, Rowley has retained the flavor of its early agricultural days when it was the center of the American wool industry.A charming and rustic New England town, this sparsely populated residential community is a perfect choice for those working in Boston who want to return home at the end of the day to a quiet country setting.  A state forest offers residents a host of outdoor recreational activities.The population of Rowley is about 5,500 and the distance to Boston is 30 miles.  there is commuter rail service to Rowley.Recreation: Golf and country club, sports fields, boating on the Rowley River and ocean swimming.Town Hall: 978-948-2081Regards,Jay Burnham, VPColdwell Banker Residential BrokerageNorth Shore, Massachusetts     
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