Jena Khabazeh - - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Merrimack Valley | Westford,Chelmsford,Concord, Carlisle



11 Sharon Ave, Chelmsford, MA 01863

Single-Family

$469,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
This stunning corner lot home in a sought after neighborhood has been completely remodeled including a brand new roof, windows and vinyl siding. The sunny filled living room brings charm with built ins and a fireplace, the hardwood floors throughout the home lead you to the granite kitchen with a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances. Three bedrooms and a bath with an oversized tile shower finish the main level. Other features of this home include central air, one car garage with a workshop space, playroom/office and a professionally landscaped yard. This move-in ready home is one you do not want to miss!
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Saturday
August 17 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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11 Sharon Ave, Chelmsford, MA 01863

Single-Family

$469,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
This stunning corner lot home in a sought after neighborhood has been completely remodeled including a brand new roof, windows and vinyl siding. The sunny filled living room brings charm with built ins and a fireplace, the hardwood floors throughout the home lead you to the granite kitchen with a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances. Three bedrooms and a bath with an oversized tile shower finish the main level. Other features of this home include central air, one car garage with a workshop space, playroom/office and a professionally landscaped yard. This move-in ready home is one you do not want to miss!
Open House
Sunday
August 18 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 11 Sharon Ave, Chelmsford, MA 01863    Get Directions

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11 Sharon Ave, Chelmsford, MA 01863

Single-Family

$469,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
This stunning corner lot home in a sought after neighborhood has been completely remodeled including a brand new roof, windows and vinyl siding. The sunny filled living room brings charm with built ins and a fireplace, the hardwood floors throughout the home lead you to the granite kitchen with a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances. Three bedrooms and a bath with an oversized tile shower finish the main level. Other features of this home include central air, one car garage with a workshop space, playroom/office and a professionally landscaped yard. This move-in ready home is one you do not want to miss!
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When moving one of the room most families dread packing the most is their child’s. Overflowing toy boxes, stuff crammed under the beds, and who know’s what in the closet. It’s an epic task to take on, usually with just as much cleaning needed as packing. But with a move comes a new room and a clean slate. 

Here are my top tips to keeping an organized child’s room (and for longer than 2 hours):

The most important step is to downscale the amount of stuff your child has. Toys are usually the number one culprit when it comes to a child’s clutter. Plan a day to have a massive clean sweep with your child where you work together what toys stay and which need to go. The more you can clean out the less you’ll have to move and the easier it will be to organize at the new house.

As you decide what stays think about the different categories the remaining toys fall into it. Which does your child reach for the most? Do they like to play with trains and action figures at the same time but just legos by themselves? Asking yourself these questions will help you to create organizational categories that make sense to your child.

Once you have some categories decided on, think about how to organize them. What systems do you already have in place and how do they work for your child? One of the biggest stumbling blocks families face in maintaining an organized home with children is a lack of understanding for how much a child can handle.

Keeping things simple with baskets and buckets toys can be placed in can make a huge difference in how tidy a room stays. Zippered, closed, sectioned or stacked containers, especially for young children, are harder to manage. Paired with piles of toys a child can become quickly overwhelmed at cleanup time.

By cutting down on the number of toys your child has, organizing them in a way that makes sense to how your child plays with them and opting for open containers sets your child up for cleaning success. The simpler you can make it the easier it is for them to take on the task. Pairing this setup with learning habits like cleaning up one set of toys before moving on to another will keep your child’s room tidy for months, and even years, to come.

And the biggest secret to avoid clutter from building up again? Before each birthday, holiday or gift receiving event go through your child’s toy collection and clean out what they no longer use to make room for new toys. If you want to go even further, encourage friends and family to gift your child experiences instead of material goods for celebrations.


Selling a home sometimes can be a hassle, particularly if a homebuyer wants to negotiate. Fortunately, expert real estate agents are happy to help you take the guesswork out of a home selling negotiation.

Ultimately, there are several reasons why you should consider hiring a real estate agent to handle a home selling negotiation, including:

1. A real estate agent boasts comprehensive experience with home selling negotiations.

Let's face it – a home selling negotiation can be stressful. But with a real estate agent at your disposal, you can receive plenty of guidance as you make the final push to sell your residence.

A real estate agent is a master of the art of negotiation. As such, he or she will help you seamlessly navigate a home selling negotiation.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent can help you up to date as a home selling negotiation approaches its conclusion. This housing market professional will even provide honest, unbiased recommendations, ensuring you can make informed decisions at each stage of a negotiation.

2. A real estate agent will ensure both you and a homebuyer get the best results possible.

As a home seller, your goal is to get the best price for your residence. Meanwhile, a homebuyer likely wants to purchase your residence at a price that suits his or her budget perfectly.

Finding common ground with a homebuyer may prove to be difficult. Lucky for you, a real estate agent will work with both a home seller and a homebuyer to guarantee both parties are satisfied with the end results of a negotiation.

A real estate agent will allocate the necessary time and resources to understand your home selling goals and help you plan accordingly.

Furthermore, this housing market professional will serve as a liaison between you and a homebuyer. He or she will work directly with you and a homebuyer to finalize a home sale agreement that meets the needs of both property seller and buyer.

3. A real estate agent will help you overcome any challenges during a home selling negotiation.

There is no need to let challenges arise during a home selling negotiation. Conversely, a real estate agent will help you identify any potential problems and mitigate such issues before they escalate.

For example, a homebuyer may make a variety of home improvement demands after a property inspection. And if a home seller refuses to complete these property improvements, a homebuyer may walk away from a home sale.

A real estate agent will help a home seller prep his or her house for a property inspection. Plus, he or she can provide details about a homebuyer's demands after a property inspection and help a home seller determine the best way to proceed.

Ready to finalize a home sale? Collaborate with a real estate agent – you'll be glad you did. A real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to assist you during a home selling negotiation and ensure you can optimize the value of your house.




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