Patricia White - Danvers MA Real Estate including Middleton,Topsfield,Beverly,Lynnfield, and Peadody



124 Village Post Road, Danvers, MA 01923

Condo

$449,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Don't miss an opportunity to own this large "Endicott" unit at Olde Salem Village. This rare three level corner unit is in one of the nicest locations in the complex. The unit has an attached garage and another assigned space in front of the unit. This desired floor plan has a first floor master bedroom and bath. A second bedroom on this level could also be used as a first floor office or den, another full bath and potential laundry area. There is plenty of natural light with electric skylights, cathedral ceiling and loft area overlooking the living room/dining area. The eat-in kitchen with a bay window has plenty of storage. The full walk-out basement with gas heat is partially finished. It includes a cedar closet, laundry area, slider to exterior and storage. The unit needs some updating but well worth the effort. Beautiful clubhouse, pool and tennis court available to all unit owners. Minutes to 128/95, downtown shops , restaurants and rail trail.
Open House
Sunday
October 25 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Masks must be worn and all COVID guidelines to be followed.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 124 Village Post Road, Danvers, MA 01923    Get Directions

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Once you’re ready to sell your home, you want to be sure that your home is smelling fresh. There’s a few sneaky odors that can creep into your home for various reasons. The consequences of horrible smells when you’re selling your home are really not good. Read on to prevent funky odors from turning off buyers from your home. 


Food That’s Past Fresh


Whether your garbage disposal is a bit clogged and could use a cleaning or your fridge hasn’t been purged in awhile, these things could be causing a stink. Make sure you stay on top of leftovers and take care of anything that may be in the refrigerator for too long. 


Clean your garbage disposal often. It’s simple to make a “volcano” by throwing some baking soda down there and then pouring vinegar over it, allowing everything in the disposal to bubble up. You can even put a lemon or lemon juice in the disposal in order keep a good smell going.


That Wet Dog Smell


Any kind of animal will leave some sort of odor in your home. Whether you have a dog, a hamster, birds, or cats, you’re going to need to freshen up your space. Keep the litter box changed and add some baking soda for a bit of freshness. Make sure to remove any stains on your carpets or floors as well. If a piece of furniture or a carpet is to blame for the strong odors, you may need to remove that piece from your home completely to get the stench out. 


Your Air Conditioning Smells Bad


Since water can build up inside of your air conditioning unit, sometimes, a bit of maintenance is necessary. AC units must be cleaned regularly in order to keep strange smells away. 


Something Smells Musty


A musty smell usually spells a water leak. Whether it’s in your basement or under your sink, you need to correct leaks in order to get to the root cause of musty smells.


Clean A Carpet With Vodka


You can put some cheap vodka in a spray bottle in order to clean a carpet. This technique can be used for more troublesome areas of the rug. As the alcohol evaporates, so won’t the odors that are filling your home. 


The Air In Your Home Is Stagnant

When the air in your home smells kind of stale, you’ll need to get the air circulation back in the house again. This can be easily remedied just by opening the windows. Even if it’s cold outside, it’s good to get the air circulating in your house again. This simple action effectively changes the air in your home without any fancy chemicals or techniques.



124 Village Post Road, Danvers, MA 01923

Condo

$449,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Don't miss an opportunity to own this large "Endicott" unit at Olde Salem Village. This rare three level corner unit is in one of the nicest locations in the complex. The attached garage has a driveway for three plus cars plus and another assigned space in front of the unit. This desired floor plan has a first floor master bedroom and bath. A second bedroom on this level could also be used as a first floor office or den, another full bath and potential laundry area. There is plenty of natural light with electric skylights, cathedral ceiling and loft area overlooking the living room/dining area. The eat-in kitchen with a bay window has plenty of storage. The full walk-out basement with gas heat is partially finished. It includes a cedar closet, laundry area, slider to exterior and storage. The unit needs some updating but well worth the effort. Beautiful clubhouse, pool and tennis court available to all unit owners. Minutes to 128/95, downtown shops , restaurants and rail trail.
Open House
Sunday
October 18 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
In person open house. No appointment needed. Masks to be worn and all Covid guidelines to be followed.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 124 Village Post Road, Danvers, MA 01923    Get Directions

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As a homeowner you know there is a lot of upkeep that goes into maintaining a nice home. From weekly cleaning to monthly home maintenance, you put in time, money and effort to give yourself the home life experience you desire. The best living environment to come home to is one that is clean and smells fresh. Try these three easy products to help your home on a daily basis.

Scent Diffusers

Maintaining a home that smells good can be tough. Especially if you live with a family or housemates. There are a lot of different scents, messes, cleaning products and more going on at the same time. Scent diffusers come in all different styles and sizes and can be used throughout the house to give your home consistently fresh and odor-free air. Try a refillable spraying deodorizer in areas of high traffic, or in the mudroom where you leave all the shoes. Use melted wax diffusers in living rooms and bedrooms to add a touch of décor while emitting scent. 

Finally, use oil diffusers in the bathroom to fight odors.TIP: If you can purchase different styles of diffusers that can support scents by the same brand(s) you can use the same smells throughout the house, or at least in adjacent rooms where two conflicting smells might overlap and combine poorly.

Toilet Tank Tabs

One of the biggest pains in keeping a house clean is the toilet. It is an area that always needs attention, especially if you live with others. While you’ll never be able to skip the weekly bathroom cleaning, using cleaning tabs in the toilet tank will help immensely on a daily basis. These tabs contain chemicals to combat bacteria, hard water and stains.

You can normally buy a small pack that lasts a couple months or get great deals on bulk packs that will last you all year. Simply drop the tab in the back of the tank, and the toilet gets a little extra cleaning help with every flush. This will help keep the bathroom cleaner and smelling better every day.

Robot Vacuum Cleaner

While this purchase can drastically vary in price, it is an excellent investment that saves you time while helping maintain the home. You can spring for an expensive robot vacuum, but there are plenty of affordable options as well. Having a device that cleans the house while you’re gone or working on other projects is a huge help.

If you have children, pets or housemates it cuts down drastically on the dirt, debris and hair floating around the place. With the help of a robot vacuum you can reduce your sweeping, vacuuming and mopping needs without sacrificing cleanliness.

By making smart home purchases, you can increase your quality of living without breaking the budget or your back cleaning. Ask your real estate agent for advice on the best purchases to keep your home beautiful for your next showing.


Don't miss an opportunity to own this large "Endicott" unit at Olde Salem Village. This rare three level corner unit is in one of the nicest locations in the complex. The attached garage has a driveway for three plus cars plus and another assigned space in front of the unit. This desired floor plan has a first floor master bedroom and bath. A second bedroom on this level could also be used as a first floor office or den, another full bath and potential laundry area. There is plenty of natural light with electric skylights, cathedral ceiling and loft area overlooking the living room/dining area. The eat-in kitchen with a bay window has plenty of storage. The full walk-out basement with gas heat is partially finished. It includes a cedar closet, laundry area, slider to exterior and storage. The unit needs some updating but well worth the effort. Beautiful clubhouse, pool and tennis court available to all unit owners. Minutes to 128/95, downtown shops , restaurants and rail trail.

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