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30 Gilbert Street, Newton, MA 02465

Single-Family

$699,999
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Classic New England Dutch Colonial on pretty tree lined street in convenient West Newton location. This house offers an abundance of charm & character throughout every room & feels like home to all who enter. Country kitchen is very attractive leading out to a beautiful level rear yard ideal for touch football & whiffle ball games for the younger generation & gardening and relaxing for all. First floors has a fireplaced living room with hardwood floors, dining room with crown molding & chair rail and office area so pretty it may be a distraction to getting any work done. Second floor has 3 bedrooms with an extra room that allow the next owner(s) to be creative. Neighborhood offers easy access to Express Bus to downtown Boston, Commuter Rail to South Station & Green Line. Gas heating system & gas hot water tank are approx. 3 years old. Electrical service has updated to 200 amp service & windows have been replaced. Wonderful opportunity for those looking to live in this world class city!
Open House
Sunday
October 21 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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30 Gilbert Street, Newton, MA 02465

Single-Family

$699,999
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Classic New England Dutch Colonial on pretty tree lined street in convenient West Newton location. This house offers an abundance of charm & character throughout every room & feels like home to all who enter. Country kitchen is very attractive leading out to a beautiful level rear yard ideal for touch football & whiffle ball games for the younger generation & gardening and relaxing for all. First floors has a fireplaced living room with hardwood floors, dining room with crown molding & chair rail and office area so pretty it may be a distraction to getting any work done. Second floor has 3 bedrooms with an extra room that allow the next owner(s) to be creative. Neighborhood offers easy access to Express Bus to downtown Boston, Commuter Rail to South Station & Green Line. Gas heating system & gas hot water tank are approx. 3 years old. Electrical service has updated to 200 amp service & windows have been replaced. Wonderful opportunity for those looking to live in this world class city!
Open House
Sunday
October 21 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 30 Gilbert Street, Newton, MA 02465    Get Directions

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Home showing preparation is key for any homebuyer. In fact, if you know how to get ready for a home showing, you may be better equipped than other buyers to assess a house and determine whether to move forward with an offer to purchase.

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Newton, MA 02460

Rental

$1,400
Price

4
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Second floor south facing unit with lots of natural sunlight. Unit consists of 1 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. Wall to wall carpet throughout except the kitchen & bath which have vinyl flooring. Nice size kitchen, however, please note there is no dishwasher. Located across the street from the Newtonville train commuter rail stop and express bus to downtown Boston. Easy access to Newtonville Square, Whole Foods, Marty's Liquors, hair and nail salons, cafes, restaurants, dry cleaners, CVS, banks and much more. Coin operated laundry in the basement. Rental price is for 1 person and 1 car. 2nd person is an additional $200.00/month. First and security deposit required and tenant pays 1 months fee. Good credit and employment history a must. No pets/smokers.
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Every child grows up either with a dog or dreaming of the day they will have a dog. And if it’s not a dog, it’s a cat, a hamster, or even a goldfish. But sometimes having a pet is just not an option. Here are a few things to consider before getting a pet. Allergies: It’s important to know whether or not you or anyone living in your home has any allergies to animals. And it’s best to know before you adopt or buy— there are tests that your doctors can run. It’s never a good situation for the pet owner(s) and animal if the animal has to either be given back or given to someone else due to an allergy. This will put a lot of stress on the animal being moved around too much and it can also cause harm to the people involved, as it is always difficult letting go of a pet. If someone in the home has an allergy you may have to stick with goldfish and hermit crabs. However, there are certain types of dogs that are considered hypoallergenic. Travel: Do you work long hours? Do you travel often for work? Will there be anyone home when you aren’t? These are all important questions to consider before adopting a pet. These questions don’t apply as much to pets such as goldfish and hamsters (even though they still require care), but are extremely important if you want a cat or dog. Time: Do you have the time for a pet? Consider the questions above such as work hours and traveling, but also if you have the time between having a social life, taking care of your children, bringing them to soccer practice or dance class, etc. If you think you have the time then you must also consider that there are different breeds of dogs that require more attention and work than others. The same goes for different types of cats. Be sure you are completely aware of the work that goes into the type of dog or cat you want. Cost: The cost of a pet goes well beyond the initial adoption or breeder fee. It’s important that you consider the lifetime cost of owning a pet and whether or not you can afford an animal. Again this more pertains to dogs and cats rather than hamster and fish. There’s the cost of food, grooming, veterinary care, toys and walkers. And the costs will vary depending on the breeds of cats and dogs. It’s also important that you save for emergency vet visits, as they can be completely unpredictable and very trying at the time. Having money saved up will take a small bit of the stress away. A pet is a large responsibility and one that should not be taken lightly. You are caring for another life and the adoption or purchase of any animal should be well thought out and something you are prepared for. If that sounds like you then go out and find the pet that’s perfect for you and your family.



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