Lorraine Kuney - Franklin, MA, Real Estate, Medway, MA Real Estate.

101 Jordan Rd, Franklin, MA 02038



Its Stunning! Thats what you will say when you see this Remodeled, Better than New Custom Contemporary Ranch. Set on a Gorgeous Acre Lot on a Designated Scenic Franklin Road. Huge Open Floor Plan. Cathedral Family Room w/Fireplace. Custom White Cabinetry w/Granite Counters, Upgraded Stainless Appliances, Farm Sink, Large Island w/ Microwave cabinet, Pullout drawers & Designer Tile. Gleaming Hardwood Floors thru out entire home. Three Large Bedrooms w/generous closets. Master Bedroom has slider out to Rear Patio. You will love the Awesome 3 Season Sunroom and Huge basement for Game/Playroom that walks out to back yard. High efficient heating and A/C. One car garage! Set back from the road with a driveway turn around.Big Front and Back yard with Gardens and Tons of Privacy. Convenient location with minutes to Train, Highways, Shopping, Downtown Franklin, Golf, Adirondack club and More! Tenant responsible for snow removal, all utilities-including water & Trash. Landlord: lawn & septic.
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If you are considering framing your windows with long curtains and drapes, they are a great way to add unexpected glamour and personality to your home. The biggest challenge that comes with this for most people is the difficulty in selecting curtains. So, before you head out to your home goods store to buy some, check out these hints and tips.

  1. What is the purpose you want your curtains will serve in any given room? Will they provide a splash of color? Privacy? Darkness? Warmth? All of the above? If you opt for lined panels, you will be able to control the temperature in the room, and also regulate the amount of light that filters through. Using a loose-weave cotton lining will help preserve the fabric while still allowing some light to penetrate. For bedrooms, a blackout lining is perfect because it prevents light from sifting through to disturb the sleeper.
  2. Think very well about the color and pattern of curtains you want to use. Curtains max out a significant volume of visual space, and that is sure to reflect on the general outlook of your room. Before you select any final color, request a swatch of the fabrics you have in mind and bring them into the room you want to decorate. Place them on the furniture and against walls to see if they match. You can tape swatches to the wall for a few days before you decide.
  3. Don't hold back on size. Your curtains should be at least double the width of your windows and long enough to reach the floor. Having them puddle on the floor gives a more elegant look. Otherwise, they can stop short of the floor. Short curtains should brush the window sill. If you're buying ready-made curtains, it's advisable to buy them too long and then have them hemmed.
  4. Hardware is important also. The curtain rods should complement the fabric. Use large and decorative rods for heavy drapes such as velvet, while light silks and sheers can balance on lightweight metal rods. The hardware should also match the rest of the room and connect to the design there.
  5. Consider your different needs before settling on fabric options. Cotton is easy to clean and can be used anywhere while velvet can be a little thick and formal for some rooms. In the same way that sheers are rather light and graceful, they don't add much to the privacy of the room.

It’s always better to consider future needs before you eventually pick a fabric option. Before purchasing drapes for a home you're selling, talk to your professional stager to make certain they are neutral and complement the home's architectural features.

Wonderfully deceiving Oversize Cape in Awesome Walpole Neighborhood that Backs up to Bird Park! This 5 Bedroom Home has 3 Beds on the 1st Floor & 2 Bedrooms on the 2nd Floor Making it so Flexible for Any Buyer! Beautiful Hardwoods Thruout the Living Room, Dining Room, Hallway, Master Bedroom & Staircase! A Large, Bright Kitchen w/ Tons of Cabinet Space, Upgraded Counters, New Sink, & Plumbing, New Counter Cooktop, Wall Oven, Dishwasher, Microwave, New SS Ref & Large Pantry. The Fantastic Floor Plan Offers Options for Open Layout or Privacy from Bedrooms if Needed. The 1st Floor Master has an Updated Half Bath. The Main Full Bath is also Updated! 12 Brand New Windows! Younger Roof, New Chimney Flue. Full Basement offers 2 Big Finished Rooms- A Family Room w/Sink & Refrigerator for Entertaining, & a Bonus Sitting/Play Room w/Laundry Area! Large 2 Car Garage, Backyard Shed & Screen Porch Overlooking A Serene Private Yard w/access to Bird Park! Easy Commute, Commuter Rail & Great Schools!!

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This Single-Family in Franklin, MA recently sold for $955,000. This Cape,Contemporary style home was sold by Lorraine Kuney - RE/MAX Executive Realty.

24 Opal Cir, Franklin, MA 02038


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Stunning Contemporary Cape Style Home Built w/ Finest Details in Gorgeous South Hill Estates. From the Lush Landscape, to the Southern Charm of the Oversized Front Porch, Nothing here you won't LOVE! Enter a Light Filled 2 Story Foyer & find a Study w/French Doors & Built ins & an Open Formal DR. Beautiful Wainscoting, Trim Moldings, Columns, Transom & Picture Windows Thru out! Awesome Family Room opens to the Gourmet Kitchen complete w/stunning Finely Crafted Cabinetry, Viking Cooktop, Thermador Wall Ovens, Sub Zero Ref, Bosch Dishwasher, 8Ft Island w/prep sink, Butler Cabinet, Wine Chiller & Pantry. Breezeway w/Mudroom & 2nd staircase. Bonus 1st Fl Great Room w/ Custom Stone FP & Full Bath provides Endless Possibilities for Entertaining, Guests, 2nd Master, Au Pair or In Laws! The 2nd Flr has a Serene Master Suite w/Huge Walkin & Spa Bath, 3 Generous beds, Loft, large Laundry Rm, Full Bath, & Balcony! Finished LL w/ Media Rm, Exercise, Bath & Wine Rm! Range Priced 975,000-1,025,000.

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Your outdoor lighting is perhaps one neglected area of your home. For both safety and beauty, the outdoors deserve a certain amount of attention when it comes to lighting. There are plenty of ways that you can make your outdoor lighting both welcoming and practical.

Layer It

Just as you would inside your home, you should try to layer your lighting. To do this, you should include many different kinds of lighting especially lighting that brightens the outside walls of the home, highlights landscaping elements, and even some overhead lighting.

Use Decorative Lighting

Decorative lanterns and lamps are an easy way to add lighting to your outdoor spaces. You can let them stand on their own, spread them out, or you can group them and line them up in certain areas like a wall or a table. Candles are also a great way to multi-purpose practical lighting with decorative lighting. 

Light Your Steps

It’s important to provide adequate lighting on stairs and decks. Anywhere that people can trip is a place that needs adequate lighting. Solar powered lights are perfect for these uses.

Use String Lights

String lighting hung overhead can be perfect for courtyards, decks, roofs, or even trees and shrubbery. If you don’t have anything to hang string lights from, you can always get creative using posts and planters. This is a great non-permanent solution for you to have some pretty lighting available.

Don’t Draw Too Much Attention To Your Property

While you want adequate lighting on the outside of your property, you also don’t want to draw attention to an area of your yard. The whole neighborhood doesn’t need to know that you’re out on your deck, hanging out. Choose lighting that provides an inviting glow without an overpowering brightness.            

Use Table Lamps

You may have thought that table lamps are only for the indoors, but think again. Your outdoor setup can be the same as your indoor setup. Put table lamps down on your outdoor tables for adequate illumination. Be sure that the lamps you’re using are rated for the outdoors. 

If you use the right techniques and always be sure that you’re following safety protocols,  you can find success with your outdoor lighting scheme. When your home is properly lit, the best part is that you’ll be able to enjoy the outdoors of your home much more thoroughly during seasonable times. You’ll also have an increased sense of security and comfort in and around your home. It’s well known that burglars are deterred from intruding on well-lit properties. Set up your outdoor lighting right and get the outdoor season off on the right foot.