Twila Palmer - Westford Real Estate | Westford, MA Real Estate, Chelmsford, MA Real Estate

12 Hill Street, Westford, MA 01886

Forge Village



Bright and sunny!!! Lovingly maintained and updated ranch style home in a small neighborhood in the center of Forge Village and within walking distance of town beach, pizza shop, convenience store & restaurant. Renovations include new kitchen in 2010 with cherry cabinets, tile flooring, ceiling fan, recessed lighting and quartz countertops. The new full bath features tile flooring, abundant cabinetry, quartz countertop, double sinks & linen closet. There is a large living room with hardwood flooring, crown molding, picture window & ceiling fan. The spacious carpeted master bedroom has a closet & ceiling fan. The second carpeted bedroom has two closets & ceiling fan. The carpeted study offers a private space to work from home. Relax in the screened porch which has cathedral & ceiling fan with granite steps leading to private, flat back yard & storage shed.
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19-21 Goldsmith Street, Littleton, MA 01460



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This beautifully updated & lovingly maintained unique property offers two separate homes on one lot in Littleton Center within walking distance to many businesses & town common. It has one home that was built in 1928 & another that was built in 2001. Both homes have gas heating, town water & share a septic system that services a total of 5 bedrooms. The 1928 home has been totally renovated & has four bedrooms, two full baths, dining room, fully appliance kitchen with granite countertops, formal living room & laundry room. It also has newer windows, roof, kitchen, baths, electrical, siding, boiler & yet features many older details such as built in china cabinet, hardwood flooring, walk up attic & a large front porch. The 2001 home offers a 2 car garage, central air, one large bedroom, study/den, two baths & a fully appliance kitchen. The private yard features a masonry patio, mature plantings & a large back yard. Fencing is on most property lines. Perfect for investment or large family.
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The Contracts

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Title Search

Real estate attorneys will perform what is called a title search. This allows them to see if there are any outstanding liens or judgements against the house. This title search will also make sure that the seller has the right to actually sell the property that’s being sold. An attorney can do all of this much quicker than the average person since they have working relationships with title companies.

Transfer Of Property

If a property is being transferred through a corporation, trust, or partnership, things can get complicated. It’s good to have an attorney who is used to working with these complex situations and understands the legal boundaries within the state or municipality   that the property is in.

If You Choose Not To Have A Real Estate Attorney

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Having a real estate lawyer on your side is important due to the complex nature of property transactions. While some states require that an attorney be present throughout your property transaction, many states do not have this stipulation. You are smart to hire a competent real estate attorney to protect your own interests as either a buyer or a seller.

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