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Posted by Austin Realty Group on 7/29/2021


68 Muller Rd, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$679,900
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Desirable location on Lexington line. Well maintained Garrison Colonial with 3 season room and detached 2 car garage. Updated eat-in kitchen with oak cabinets and recessed lighting highlights tiled back splash and oak inlayed counters. Appliances include an electric range, dishwasher and garbage disposal. Entertain in the living room with fireplace and formal dining room with built-in cabinet. A lovely 3 season porch addition with a fireplace. On the second floor you will find 3 spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom has a charming window seat. The lower level offers a family room with a fireplace and walk out entrance. Don't miss the room under the garage for future expansion possibility for your "man cave". Upgrades include replacement windows and "Buderus" boiler heating system. 200 amp electrical. Wiring for a generator. The Middlesex Turnpike a short distance as well as the Lahey Medical Center, Burlington Mall, upscale restaurants and shopping. Convenient to all major routes.
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Posted by Austin Realty Group on 7/27/2021

This Single-Family in Burlington, MA recently sold for $851,000. This Ranch style home was sold by - Austin Realty Group.


14 Harvard Ave, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$849,900
Price
$851,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
One level living at its best! Move right into this tastefully renovated 4 Bdrm, 2 bathroom sprawling ranch, with 2 car garage and a beautifully landscaped 20,000 sq.ft. Lot located on a cul-de-sac in the desirable Fox Hill school district. Gleaming oak floors stained dark walnut throughout and plenty of natural light. The renovated kitchen features white shaker cabinets, quartz countertops, tile back-splash, a robust amount of space in a gorgeous pantry room, and dark stainless appliances that will inspire your inner chef. Off the kitchen, a slider leads to a spacious, private backyard including a Trex deck & patio, perfect for entertaining. Large master bedroom suite with multiple closets, including a shelved walk-in closet and master bath with a beautiful full tiled walk-in shower and built-in bench. Many upgrades include recess lights, new roof, 1st-floor laundry, central A/C, and too many upgrades to list. Schedule a tour today! (Open House 6/26 & 6/27 12:00-2:00)

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Posted by Austin Realty Group on 7/27/2021

The thought of private well ownership grows increasingly attractive as the cost of municipal water skyrockets. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), residential homes use upwards of 82 gallons daily at an average annual cost that may exceed $1,000.

Installing a private well typically involves an upfront cost that differs significantly from state to state. But after the well has been drilled and water flows freely through the house, maintenance and upkeep drop household expenses to a few hundred dollars per year. These attractive benefits, coupled with eliminating reliance on municipal resources, sometimes prompt property owners to leap before they look.

If you are considering drilling a private well, these are things you should know before breaking ground.

1: What are the Well-Placement Regulations?

Zoning and building code regulations typically require property owners to position a well away from roadways, abutters and septic fields, among others. A typical setback from the street may require upwards of 100 feet. That distance may also apply to the safe distance from greywater fields and sewage holding tanks. The conventional wisdom stems from avoiding drinking water contamination.

One requirement that sometimes gets skipped or passed over involves placement concerning abutting properties. Cities, towns and counties may have a hard-and-fast rule about property line distances. But one measurement that too often gets overlooked includes the distance from a neighbor's septic system. Drilling a well without accounting for safe and regulated distances could cause the project failing inspection.

2: What Do You and Abutter Put into the Soil?

It’s not uncommon for residential property owners to use a wide range of products to maintain a robust landscape. But items such as lawn fertilizer and weed killers often include toxins. When the potable water comes from underground municipal pipes, minimal risk of contamination exists. But that changes when someone gets off the local water system. The EPA ranks the following among the most common well water hazards.

  • Microorganisms
  • Nitrate & nitrite
  • Heavy Metals
  • Fluoride
  • Radionuclide
  • Organic Chemicals

Homeowners who plan to transition to private well water may want to consider taking an inventory of potentially toxic agents they leverage. Whatever goes down the drain or lands on the topsoil can end up in the drinking water.

3: What Depth Should the Well Reach?

An issue that few property owners consider involves well depth. Conventional thinking revolves around hitting sand-free water and wiring the pumping system. But a more robust and secure aquifer may reside deeper. That’s one reason property owners work with well-drilling professionals. A deeper well may prove invaluable when droughts occur.

With some due diligence, property owners can enjoy all the benefits of low-cost clean drinking water. Investing in a private well also minimizes reliance on quasi-governmental outfits.





Posted by Austin Realty Group on 7/26/2021


17 Terrace Hall Ave, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$450,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Single level 3 bedroom ranch in convenient area of town close to Middlesex Turnpike, schools and Lahey Medical Center. Newer Heat & Central Air, First Floor Familyroom addition. Just a short distance to Burlington Mall, Wegman's Market and upscale dining. Buyer to perform "due diligence". This is an estate sale and being sold "as is". No representations will be made. Superb opportunity to buy in Burlington.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Austin Realty Group on 7/22/2021


10 Hallmark Gardens, Burlington, MA 01803

Condo

$279,900
Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Nice location near tennis court. Freshly painted, new carpeting, appliances and light fixtures in this 1 BR Condo at popular Hallmark Gardens. Laundry room just down the hall. Take walks in the surrounding lovely neighborhood. Near ultimate shopping areas and upscale restaurants. A short distance to Lahey Medical Center. Just starting out or downsizing makes this unit a smart move. Enjoy the swimming pool and tennis court in the summer and maintenance free snow shoveling in winter. School and park nearby. Convenient to Middlesex Turnpike, major routes and public transportation.
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No scheduled Open Houses






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