Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC



Posted by Chad Goldstein on 3/2/2021

Calling all Investors and Developers! Looking for a turn key, stable investment opportunity that comes with the potential for a tremendous amount of value add opportunity? This expansive medical campus is currently fully occupied and configured into 6 very large office's! The property has plenty of parking sitting on an acre lot! A large section of the building was recently built in 2015 and is currently home to a well established medical practice and pharmacy, there's also a tremendous amount of unfinished additional space in the upper and lower level of the building! Location, Location, Location... Conveniently located just off route 139 and minutes away from route 3, this property is perfect for anyone looking to add a legacy property to their investment portfolio! BONUS: Property also comes with an additional 1 Acre lot zoned R1!

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 3/2/2021


435 Furnace St, Marshfield, MA 02050

Commercial

$1,800,000
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
43,625.00
Lot Size
Calling all Investors and Developers! Looking for a turn key, stable investment opportunity that comes with the potential for a tremendous amount of value add opportunity? This expansive medical campus is currently fully occupied and configured into 6 very large office's! The property has plenty of parking sitting on an acre lot! A large section of the building was recently built in 2015 and is currently home to a well established medical practice and pharmacy, there's also a tremendous amount of unfinished additional space in the upper and lower level of the building! Location, Location, Location... Conveniently located just off route 139 and minutes away from route 3, this property is perfect for anyone looking to add a legacy property to their investment portfolio! BONUS: Property also comes with an additional 1 Acre lot zoned R1!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Chad Goldstein on 3/1/2021

Chimney maintenance and repair is incredibly important. You need to complete certain tasks to ensure that your fireplace is working safely and effectively. Thereís no better time than the off season to get these tasks in order. 


Remember that you should only burn dry wood in your fireplace. Although fireplaces arenít high on the technology spectrum, they do require some effort to keep in working order. Failure to do so can result in smoke and even a chimney fire. Soot build up can put a damper on the proper ventilation of the chimney. The soot is partly a result of creosote- a combustible, tar-like substance. Itís a natural by-product of wood that has been burned. With reduced ventilation, the creosote will cause potentially dangerous build up.


While creosote itself is not flammable, it can cause the chimney to clog and structural damage could result. Itís important to properly maintain your chimney in order to prevent dangerous oil build-up that can cause a chimney fire.


Inspections


A professional can come and inspect your fireplace and chimney. They can check for damage, obstructions, build-up, or soot. The inspector will be able to determine if you need a sweep of your chimney. The inspector will be able to do the sweep on the spot in most cases. An inspection of your chimney should take place every year.   


There are different levels of chimney inspections that occur. Basic inspections are a visual look at anything that could be in your chimney from soot to a birdís nest. More complex inspections could involve taking the chimney apart and physically reconstructing the structure. This would occur after some kind of a natural disaster like a hurricane or a tornado. The cost of these inspections depends on how extensive they become.


Other Maintenance


You can improve your fireplaceís functioning with a few basic steps. Fist, you should only burn dry wood. Logs should be split and dried for 8-12 months. You should also burn certain types of wood especially hardwoods like hickory, oak, beech, maple and ash. These woods burn the longest. The most important thing about wood to be burned in the fireplace is that it is dry.       


Burn Only Wood


It can be tempting to throw things into your fireplace to burn, but you should keep away from burning construction wood, plastics, or other things that could let off odors. Even burning paper can be dangerous because of the embers that result as the fire burns.


If you keep on top of your scheduled chimney maintenance and replace parts as needed, youíll be able to have lovely fires all winter long with peace of mind.





Posted by Chad Goldstein on 2/24/2021


108 Spring St, Stoneham, MA 02180

Single-Family

$529,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
RARE OPPORTUNITY! Offered for the first time in over 20 years! Looking for a wonderful starter home and want to make it your own? Are you upgrading for additional space and love the idea of bringing your design dream home to life? Why pay a premium for someone else's taste? This could be the opportunity you've been hoping for! Lot's of Space, 3-bed, 2 bath! The spacious floor plan features a living room with a fireplace, dining room, kitchen, and space for 1/2 bath! Upstairs features wall to wall carpet which flow throughout the 3 bedrooms, and another full bath. Like to entertain? The basement is partially finished and could be transformed into an incredible entertaining space! New Roof, many updated vinyl replacement windows! Natural Gas Heating System! Updated 100 amp electric! Priced to sell!
Open House
Sunday
February 28 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
No Appointment required! Showings will be conducted on a first come first serve basis.
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Location: 108 Spring St, Stoneham, MA 02180    Get Directions






Categories: Open House  


Posted by Chad Goldstein on 2/22/2021

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Since they see a lot more traffic than their inset counterparts, homes on the corner lot receive a lot of flak. As a result of these rumors, homebuyers might feel their hopes fall as they encounter the otherwise perfect house situated on these open properties. Much to their relief, however, many find that there is actually a lot to love about homes on the corner. To help you see if this is the right property for you, here’s a rundown of all the benefits of living on a corner lot.

More Parking for Your Guests

Upon buying a corner property, you may have access to two long stretches of road for parking. With that, you can have plenty of guests over at any given time, knowing you have all the space in the world for them to park their vehicles. You can also cozy your own cars up to the curb as needed to clear out the driveway for other activities.

Bigger Side Yards Along the Street

Everyone loves more yard space and corner lots come with plenty extra at the side to abide by the city code. Many city’s setback rules often require that the side of the house sit between 10 to 25 feet from the road. This provides much more room to run and play, not only at the side of your house but along the front and back as well.  

Better Views of the Neighborhood

Without another house to the side, homes on the corner often have a much wider view from both the front and back porches. They also tend to have more light coming from all sides, making the space look and feel much larger. This creates a better view for those who love to observe all the action in their neighborhood and gaze upon the surrounding landscape.  

Ample Chances to Meet Your Neighbors

There is no doubt that corner houses have a lot more traffic breezing by at all hours of the day. People on foot, bicycles, and in cars constantly putter by on their way to all the day’s activities. As they cruise on by, you can meet quite a few by giving a wave and a quick hello. When time allows, they may stop for a brief chat, giving you a chance to make connections with your neighbors and even gain a few friends along the way.

If you love having more room all around, enjoying excellent views, and meeting new people, then a home on a corner lot might be right up your alley. So, keep your options open as you look for the perfect residence because you never know what type of lot your dream home will come on.




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