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80 Shirley BLVD, Cranston RI, 02910

Single-Family

$275,900
Price

3
Beds Total
8
Numberof Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath Colonial in the heart of Cranston. Open floor plan with tons of sunlight. Updated kitchen, granite counters, newer appliances with center island. Updated bathrooms with some handsome details, hardwood floors throughout. Bonus family/sun room overlooking the back yard with an in-ground pool. Back yard cabana makes for some great outdoor entertaining. Partially finished basement which could be used for common space, play room or family room. Gas heat and on demand hot water generated by a state of the art energy efficient wall pack with 4 zones. This home has it all, new to the market and ready to move into.
Open House
Sunday
March 26 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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There are many different advantages to adding more nature to your home inside and out. For one, it makes you happy to be around more natural things. We spend so much time in front of screens and using technology, that it’s nice to be brought back to nature right in your own home. 


All this being said, it’s a great idea to consider building a fish pond on your property. There’s many different advantages to these bodies of water around your home including:


A Pond Will Build Up The Look Of Your Property


If there’s a part of your property that you just can’t get past, perhaps building a fish pond will be a good use of that area. Some people take the idea further, creating a water garden complete with streams. However you decide to build your fish pond; simple or elaborate, you’ll appreciate how it will improve the look of your property.


It Will Spark Your Creativity


Planning where and how a fish pond will go in your yard can really spark your creativity. You and your partner can think about what you want and find the best ways to execute your project. From the way you’ll establish the surrounding landscapes to how you plan to dig the pond to what kind of fish you’ll put in the pond, there’s a lot to think about. The best part is that you will create how you want your property to be more exciting and pleasant to spend time on. 


You Make A Good Use Of Your Space


Maybe you feel that you have a lot of “wasted space” on your property. Installing a fish pond is a great way to make use of the space that you do have in your yard. If you feel that you could be doing something incredible with the space that you do have, building your own pond is a great way to do that. 


Connect With Nature


A fish pond allows for you to enjoy more than just fish. It will attract other types of wildlife including unique insects, birds and more. Watching fish has also been proven to be an activity that reduces stress and increases your level of health. According to studies done by the National Marine Aquarium, the mere act of watching fish has been shown to reduce blood pressure and decrease heart rate. Being in a natural environment is much more soothing to both your physical and mental states.       


While building a fish pond can seem like a huge project, you can see that the benefits are many. You’ll truly feel that you have maximized your land space and can enjoy the many benefits of having your own small wildlife sanctuary right on your property.


Looking to move from one neighborhood to another? You'll want to do your homework first! By learning as much as possible about a prospective neighborhood, you'll be equipped with valuable insights you can use to make the best decision for you and your family. Plus, you likely will be able to reap the benefits of residing in a superior neighborhood that fulfills all of your needs. So what does it take to evaluate a prospective neighborhood effectively? Here are three tips to help you conduct a comprehensive review of a new neighborhood: 1. Check out the local attractions. Are you searching for a neighborhood near some of the area's top schools? Or would you like to find a quiet, peaceful neighborhood that is miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Regardless of your preferences, you should check out local attractions surrounding a prospective new neighborhood. This allows you to get a better idea about what it's like to commute in and around the neighborhood. In addition, think about the big picture as you examine a prospective neighborhood, as this will help you determine if this destination is the best spot for you and your family both now and in the future. For instance, those who take public transportation to work may want to live in a neighborhood close to mass transit options. Or if you're planning on raising your family in a new neighborhood, you'll want to evaluate the quality of local schools, too. 2. Take a walk around the neighborhood. A new home in a new neighborhood may leave you speechless, especially if this house features ample space, a pristine front lawn and other deluxe features. On the other hand, the same may or may not hold true for other homes in a new neighborhood – it will depend entirely on your potential new neighbors. Take a walk around the neighborhood at least once before purchasing a new home. This allows you to compare the quality of your potential new home to others in the area. If you encounter a large assortment of homes that feature messy lawns, visible exterior damage and other problems, you may want to stay away from this neighborhood. Remember, you'll want to do everything you can to maintain your home's value. But if your new residence is surrounded by subpar houses, this could negatively impact your home's value down the line. 3. Perform a criminal search. When it comes to finding the ideal home in the best possible neighborhood, you'll want to go above and beyond the call of duty to maximize the value of your investment. Therefore, conducting a criminal search is paramount, as this enables you to find out if a neighborhood is safe. Performing a criminal search can be simple, and real estate professionals may be able to provide crime stats for a specific area upon request. Also, many websites are available that publish crime stats regularly, ensuring you can access up-to-date information quickly and effortlessly. Select a home in your dream neighborhood by investigating whether a prospective neighborhood meets all of your needs. This enables you to make an informed decision and benefit from a top-notch home in an outstanding neighborhood for years to come.


80 Shirley BLVD, Cranston RI, 02910

Single-Family

$275,900
Price

3
Beds Total
8
Numberof Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath Colonial in the heart of Cranston. Open floor plan with tons of sunlight. Updated kitchen, granite counters, newer appliances with center island. Updated bathrooms with some handsome details, hardwood floors throughout. Bonus family/sun room overlooking the back yard with an in-ground pool. Back yard cabana makes for some great outdoor entertaining. Partially finished basement which could be used for common space, play room or family room. Gas heat and on demand hot water generated by a state of the art energy efficient wall pack with 4 zones. This home has it all, new to the market and ready to move into.
Open House
Sunday
March 12 at 1:00 AM to 3:00 AM
NEW TO THE MARKET! GREAT HOME 3 BEDROOM COLONIAL. STOP BY OR SEND YOUR BUYERS!
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Location: 80 Shirley BLVD, Cranston RI, 02910    Get Directions

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17 MASON AV, Cranston RI, 02910

Single-Family

$279,000
Price

3
Beds Total
7
Numberof Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful 3 bedroom Colonial in Eden Park section of Cranston. Gorgeous gourmet kitchen, soapstone counter tops, sub-zero cabinet matching fridge, Ancona gas cooktop / electric stove & convection oven. Newly renovated throughout, nice open floor plan, tons of light through newer vinyl windows, and front door, hardwoods throughout. Newer heating system and hot water tank. Walk up attic for possible expansion, 1 car detached garage. Custom wooden blinds throughout the house to stay, new contemporary lighting. Must be seen in person to appreciate! Call now for a private viewing.
Open House
Sunday
March 12 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
PRICE REDUCED! OPEN SUNDAY 3/12/17.
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