36 Central Ave, Milton, MA 02186

Condo

$785,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
PRIVATE OPEN HOUSE SHOWINGS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY THIS SUNDAY JULY 12 Th 12:00 to 1:30. Welcome to the Residences at Brook Hill! Rarely available 1570 Sq ft of living all on one floor. Open Floor Plan. Front Corner Unit features Kitchen w/ Granite Island & Stainless Appliances, Dining Rm w/ great space for entertaining. Living Rm w/ Gas Fireplace & Custom Built Ins, French Doors open to Balcony/ Deck. Master Bd & Bth w/ Tiled Shower & Tub, Second Bd & Tiled Bth. Laundry Room w/ Custom Built Ins. 1 Deeded Garage Parking Space below building w/ elevator access. Amazing location! One block to Central Ave Trolley to Ashmont Red Line direct to Downtown Boston. Best of both worlds all that Milton has to Offer great Restaurants, Steel and Rye, Abby Park, Novara, The Plate & Local Coffee Break Café & more.... You can walk to all! Bike & Walking Trails enjoy the views of the Neponset River as you walk or ride along the trail.
Open House
Sunday
July 12 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
PRIVATE SHOWINGS BY APPOINTMENT SUNDAY JULY 12th BETWEEN 12:00 and 1:30. Please contact SHOWINGTIME to Book Appt. Or contact Francine Jeffers directly. 617-710-4997.
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64 Sachem Road, Raynham, MA 02767

Single-Family

$525,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WELCOME HOME to 64 Sachem Road! This 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath beautifully designed Custom Cape is situated on a stunning corner lot in one of Raynham's most sought after neighborhoods. From the professionally landscaped yard to the welcoming front porch, you can't help but be drawn to this lovingly cared for one owner turn key home. First floor boasts an open floor plan with gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Large windows let in tons of natural light and a scenic view of the foliage that surrounds the property. The amazing Great Room features a vaulted custom wood ceiling with a see-through gas fireplace providing the perfect gathering spot for entertaining or watching the game! First floor Master Bedroom and Bath with its own slider takes you out to a very special screened in porch you won't want to leave! Second floor has two bedrooms and a large open area that makes for a great office space or hangout spot for the kids. This charming home is one you don't want to miss!
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Saturday
July 11 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
First showings at Open House Saturday 12-2 and Sunday 12-2. Appts will be scheduled 15 minutes apart. Masks and gloves required. Pre-approval & Covid -19 forms must be emailed to [email protected] prior to setting up appointment.
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64 Sachem Road, Raynham, MA 02767

Single-Family

$525,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WELCOME HOME to 64 Sachem Road! This 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath beautifully designed Custom Cape is situated on a stunning corner lot in one of Raynham's most sought after neighborhoods. From the professionally landscaped yard to the welcoming front porch, you can't help but be drawn to this lovingly cared for one owner turn key home. First floor boasts an open floor plan with gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Large windows let in tons of natural light and a scenic view of the foliage that surrounds the property. The amazing Great Room features a vaulted custom wood ceiling with a see-through gas fireplace providing the perfect gathering spot for entertaining or watching the game! First floor Master Bedroom and Bath with its own slider takes you out to a very special screened in porch you won't want to leave! Second floor has two bedrooms and a large open area that makes for a great office space or hangout spot for the kids. This charming home is one you don't want to miss!
Open House
Saturday
July 11 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
First showings at Open House Saturday 12-2 and Sunday 12-2. Appts will be scheduled 15 minutes apart. Masks and gloves required. Pre-approval & Covid -19 forms must be emailed to [email protected] prior to setting up appointment.
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Location: 64 Sachem Road, Raynham, MA 02767    Get Directions

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64 Sachem Road, Raynham, MA 02767

Single-Family

$525,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WELCOME HOME to 64 Sachem Road! This 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath beautifully designed Custom Cape is situated on a stunning corner lot in one of Raynham's most sought after neighborhoods. From the professionally landscaped yard to the welcoming front porch, you can't help but be drawn to this lovingly cared for one owner turn key home. First floor boasts an open floor plan with gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Large windows let in tons of natural light and a scenic view of the foliage that surrounds the property. The amazing Great Room features a vaulted custom wood ceiling with a see-through gas fireplace providing the perfect gathering spot for entertaining or watching the game! First floor Master Bedroom and Bath with its own slider takes you out to a very special screened in porch you won't want to leave! Second floor has two bedrooms and a large open area that makes for a great office space or hangout spot for the kids. This charming home is one you don't want to miss!
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Every property has an assigned zone that controls how you can use it. In residential zones, for example, you often have to abide by restrictions regarding business activity and animal husbandry. Commercial and industrial zoning also comes with many restrictions for its use, limiting the types of businesses that can be operated in each zone. If you want to go beyond those usage restrictions, it is possible to request a zoning variance through the city. Here’s what to expect during that process.

Application Submission

Every city has its own process for zoning variance requests, though most follow similar procedures. To begin, you will likely need to fill out an application and pay a filing fee. Depending on the local requirements, your application may need to include blueprints, surveys, or photographs detailing your planned usage of the property.

Review of Request

After paying the filing fee, the application lands in front of the zoning board for review. The board members take a look at the property characteristics and proposed use of the land. They weigh how your planned usage will impact your neighbors and the surrounding environment. Depending on the nature of your request, they may send out a photographer and other officials to record information to use in the decision-making process.

Notification of Neighbors

Before the zoning board can make an official decision, they are usually required to notify your neighbors of your request. As a part of this notification process, you may need to display informative placards on the land. In addition to the details of your request, these notifications usually include the hearing date to allow all interested parties to attend.

Once notified, local property owners are given time to respond and air their grievances. The zoning board records all messages of support or objection that come their way, so they can take them into account during the official hearing. You can streamline this process by asking your neighbors for letters of support and include them in your application.

Hearing by Zoning Board

The hearing starts with a review of the notification procedures, verifying the board abided by the local laws. Then, the planning department is given time to inform the court about your zoning variance request and their findings.

After that, you are typically given a chance to plead your case and convince the board that approval is the right move. The planning department may be given time for rebuttals before they open up the floor to your neighbors. All interested parties have a limited amount of time to share their concerns or messages of support. Once they are finished, the fact-finding portion of the hearing is complete.

In some locations, the zoning board will immediately vote on the decision, while others make their determinations behind closed doors. If you do not receive an immediate decision, the zoning board will likely be in touch to schedule a final determination meeting. Either way, approvals are effective immediately, allowing you to move forward with your plans. If your request was denied, however, you may have up to 30 days to file an appeal.




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