Paul Conti - Paul Conti Real Estate Burlington MA real estate listings and homes for sale


This Single-Family in Burlington, MA recently sold for $400,000. This Bungalow style home was sold by Paul Conti - Paul Conti Real Estate.


60 Peach Orchard Rd, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$450,000
Price
$400,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Wonderful location to build your dream home or possibly completely renovate this cozy 2-bedroom Bungalow (sited on a corner lot) if you have the resources. New homes on Peach Orchard Road have recently sold in the $1,200,000.00 range and one teardown sold for over $550k. Ideally located just steps to the new state-of-the-art elementary school & middle school, Mill Pond Reservoir, and Bus line, min to highway, Lahey Clinic, Burl mall 3rd Ave. and the District offering many award-winning restaurants and shops.




This Condo in Woburn, MA recently sold for $254,500. This Mid-Rise style home was sold by Paul Conti - Paul Conti Real Estate.


924 Main St, Woburn, MA 01801

North Woburn

Condo

$249,900
Price
$254,500
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Ready to take advantage of historically low mortgage rates and buy your own space?This immaculate top floor condo at Chateaux Manor in Woburn is move-in ready and features two spacious bedrooms, an open floor plan with a newer kitchen and great size living room. There is a large attic storage area, and 2 parking spaces deeded to the unit. Heat and hot water included in condo fee! Come see it this weekend open houses Sat and Sun 12-2PM Seller will review offers Tuesday at 10AM.

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This Single-Family in Billerica, MA recently sold for $570,000. This Split Entry,Gambrel style home was sold by Paul Conti - Paul Conti Real Estate.


27 Harnden Rd, Billerica, MA 01821

Single-Family

$549,900
Price
$570,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Want to live in Burlington but pay Billerica prices? Live on the line. Harden Road is the very first street in Billerica as you cross the Burlington line. Enjoy immediate access to bus routes and Billerica/Burlington town centers and amenities while residing on a private dead-end street. This 2003 build, one-owner gem has been meticulously maintained and improved upon featuring 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, w/central a/c & irrigation, front-to-back living room, eat-in Kitchen and formal dining room w/1/2 bath and laundry on the first level. The second level offers 3 bedrooms including a large master suite w/walk-in and full bath plus a full guest bath while the lower level offers a front-to-back family room w/garage access and a utility room. Private back yard w/a large deck, irrigation system and Reeds Ferry shed. Too many updates to list. See attached update sheet and floorplan/tour.

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8 Hallmark Gdns, Burlington, MA 01803

Condo

$349,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Investor looking for a positive cash flow or a buyer looking for a wonderfully convenient place to call home...This move-in condition unit features an open floor plan living/dining area, efficient galley kitchen, 2 large bedrooms with large closets, full bath with new surround plus private storage, laundry on this level and off-street parking. Recent improvements include New kitchen (cabinets, granite counters, sink, stove, micro, refrigerator, beautiful glass backsplash and floor), newly updated bathroom seller to provide professionally painted interior prior to closing (buyer can select colors). Convenient to The Burlington Mall, 3rd Ave, Wegmans, highways, Lahey, The District, public trans and so many wonderful restaurants yet nestled in a great residential neighborhood. Heat and water plus more included in the low condo fee.
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There's a certain nostalgia associated with genuine vintage tins -- not the replicas you find at today's one-dollar stores. Genuine vintage tins had real purpose, usually multiple ones, in fact. They did double duty as tubs to wash both children and laundry. Or, sometimes, they held both lunch food and school supplies.

Today, many of these vintage containers are worth far more than they were when originally produced, especially if you can find them in mint condition. These are the vintage containers meant to be safely preserved and stored away behind glass for future generations to enjoy. The others, however -- the ones that have gone rusty and bent, and the ones that have holes in the bottom or pieces rusted through -- these ones make perfect planters to lend your front porch and windowsills a twinge of nostalgia from days gone by. We've listed our best ideas for upcycling vintage tins like these into precious planters for your home. 

Vintage Tin Cans

Back in the day, tin cans held medicine, spices, tobacco and oysters. In fact, there were few products that wouldn't fit inside a tin can. These types of vintage tins all had something in common: They were small. If you're planning to upcycle a vintage tin can into a planter, think succulents. Anything bigger will eventually need to be transplanted to prevent it from becoming root-bound. Burro's tail or hen-and-chicks work well in small containers. Simply drill a few holes in the bottom for drainage, use cactus soil for planting and be sure not to over water. 

Vintage Biscuit Tins

Biscuit tins were bigger than traditional tin cans, and they came in every shape and size. A word of caution, however. If you come into ownership of a genuine biscuit tin, even one that's in questionable condition, have it appraised before turning it into a home for your spider plant. These tins are highly collectible and sought-after pieces of history.

Traditional biscuit tins are long and flat, meaning you'll want a plant that can thrive with somewhat shallow roots. Herbs such as basil and rosemary fit the bill. So do bonsai trees and pothos. Again, drill holes for drainage before planting. 

Vintage Candy Tins

Traditionally, candy tins were bigger than both tin cans and biscuit tins, comparable in size to some of today's shoe boxes. Old candy tins held toffee and hard candies, among other confections, and they're the perfect size to upcycle into planters for Chinese evergreen or grape ivy.

Estate sales are tops for finding old, interesting tins that aren't in mint condition. These are the ones you want if you're going to turn them into fun and eclectic planters for your home. Keep them away from the elements, or spray them with several coats of sealer before placing your vintage tin planters outside. 




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