103-105 Blue Hill Ave, Milton, MA 02186



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Large Duplex style 2 family home lovingly maintained by same family for over 30 years.** Like 2 attached singles!** Each side offers living room, dining room, eat in kitchen, 1/2 bath, front porch, 2nd floor two bedrooms full bath, 3rd floor 3rd bedroom. #105 has additional full bath & bedroom in the basement. High ceilings, nice detail, separate systems, gas heat. Parking for 4 cars. Short walk to T Station. Close to parks, schools, ice skating rink. Need notice to show.
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28 Goodale Rd, Boston, MA 02126




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Land! Great opportunity to develop this 4,385 sq. ft. of land. Currently in the process of approval to build a 3 family home, photos are renderings. Call for more details!
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If you’re hunting for a new home and have come across one that fits all of your requirements and more, it can seem like the only thing you can do is make an offer and wait.

However, your first choice could also be another buyer’s dream home. And, if a higher bid isn’t feasible, you have to find other ways to win over the seller. One way this can be achieved is through writing a letter to the owner of the home.

If you’re bidding on your dream home, writing a letter the the owner can be anxiety inducing. Choosing what to reveal and finding the right words can be scary, even for the most seasoned writer.

So, in this article we’re going to walk you through writing a letter to a seller to give you the best possible chance of winning the bid for a new home.

Tell them why you love their home

If you’ve fallen in love with certain aspects of the home, there’s a good chance the sellers did too. Be personal in your explanations. Rather than just say you love the location, mention that it is a perfect distance to walk to the playground with your children or pets. This will help buyers better understand you and your story.

If you have family who lives nearby, or if the home has features that can greatly improve the life of you, your family, or your pets, be sure to mention this in the letter as well.

Don’t press or plead, just be polite

It can seem desperate and off-putting to receive a letter pleading with you to sell your home to someone. So, when you’re writing your letter and you come to the end, simply thank the buyer for their time and for reading, compliment them once more, and wish them luck in their new home.

Revise and review

It can be tempting to send your letter immediately after writing it, especially if writing is you don’t like writing in general. However, it’s always a good idea to revise. I suggest writing your letter one night, then reading it again the next evening to give yourself time and distance from it--this way you’ll be reading it with fresh eyes and will be able to find any wording that sounds strange or confusing.

It’s also a good idea to run your writing through a free proofreader like Grammarly. And, finally, there is no substitute for having an editor. Ask one of your friends or family members to read the letter and give you feedback.

Stand out from the crowd

There are a few things you can include in your letter to set you apart from other potential buyers. Including a family photo will help the sellers put a face to the names you mention in the letter.

It can also be helpful to print and mail the letter, rather than sending it electronically. Since we so rarely receive a physical copy of a letter these days (unless it’s from a bill collector), it can be nice to receive something positive in the mail for a change.

5 Rowe St, Milton, MA 02186

East Milton



Full/Half Baths
Welcome home to 5 Rowe St., located in the sought after East Milton area! This warm & inviting home greets you with an abundance of sun filled rooms. The first floor offers a Fire placed Living Room, Eat in Kitchen with granite counter-tops and a Family Room with French doors. Enjoy your morning coffee in your three season porch that leads to your deck which is perfect for your summer barbecues. The second floor features 3 Bedrooms with a full bath along with gleaming hardwood floors throughout! The finished lower level offers endless possibilities such as a home office, game room or home gym with a walk out to your manicured back yard. A fabulous location within walking distance to East Milton Square which offers shops, house of worship, restaurants such as Abby Park & Novara & more. Close to Cunningham Park, Schools and easy highway access and only 9 miles to downtown Boston! Private showings available with Covid-19 requirements, masks are required.
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36 Central Ave, Milton, MA 02186



PRIVATE APPOINTMENTS BOOKED AT PRIVATE OPEN HOUSE SAT MAY 23 RD 12:30 -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.... Plus all the great Restaurants & Coffee Shops in Lower Mills. You can walk to all! Bike & Walking Trails enjoy the views of the Neponset River as you walk or ride along the trail.
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