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31 Davis St, Lawrence, MA 01843

South Lawrence

Single-Family

$325,000
Price

6
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Live in the highly sought-after Mt Vernon neighborhood on a tree-lined street! This lovely home has been meticulously maintained by the same family since it was built. Flexible floor plan with hardwood throughout most rooms. Possibility of aging-in-place with full bath and 2 bedrooms located on the 1st floor. Enjoy the bright eat-in kitchen, living room w/ picture window, and a convenient sunroom/mudroom. Second floor offers two additional spacious bedrooms with generous closets and storage eaves. Potential to turn 2nd floor half bath into a full bath. Heated basement with laundry room provides space for a home gym, game room, etc. on one side and a workshop on the other. Outside is a nice flat yard, covered patio, as well as an over-sized garage big enough to park a car and still have storage space. Updated architectural shingle roof. Convenient access to highways I-93 and I-495 and shopping centers. Less than 1 mile to Andover. Bring your design ideas and make this your forever home!
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February 23 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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31 Davis St, Lawrence, MA 01843

South Lawrence

Single-Family

$325,000
Price

6
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Live in the highly sought-after Mt Vernon neighborhood on a tree-lined street! This lovely home has been meticulously maintained by the same family since it was built. Flexible floor plan with hardwood throughout most rooms. Possibility of aging-in-place with full bath and 2 bedrooms located on the 1st floor. Enjoy the bright eat-in kitchen, living room w/ picture window, and a convenient sunroom/mudroom. Second floor offers two additional spacious bedrooms with generous closets and storage eaves. Potential to turn 2nd floor half bath into a full bath. Heated basement with laundry room provides space for a home gym, game room, etc. on one side and a workshop on the other. Outside is a nice flat yard, covered patio, as well as an over-sized garage big enough to park a car and still have storage space. Updated architectural shingle roof. Convenient access to highways I-93 and I-495 and shopping centers. Less than 1 mile to Andover. Bring your design ideas and make this your forever home!
Open House
Saturday
February 23 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 31 Davis St, Lawrence, MA 01843    Get Directions

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31 Davis St, Lawrence, MA 01843

South Lawrence

Single-Family

$325,000
Price

6
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Live in the highly sought-after Mt Vernon neighborhood on a tree-lined street! This lovely home has been meticulously maintained by the same family since it was built. Flexible floor plan with hardwood throughout most rooms. Possibility of aging-in-place with full bath and 2 bedrooms located on the 1st floor. Enjoy the bright eat-in kitchen, living room w/ picture window, and a convenient sunroom/mudroom. Second floor offers two additional spacious bedrooms with generous closets and storage eaves. Potential to turn 2nd floor half bath into a full bath. Heated basement with laundry room provides space for a home gym, game room, etc. on one side and a workshop on the other. Outside is a nice flat yard, covered patio, as well as an over-sized garage big enough to park a car and still have storage space. Updated architectural shingle roof. Convenient access to highways I-93 and I-495 and shopping centers. Less than 1 mile to Andover. Bring your design ideas and make this your forever home!
Open House
Saturday
February 23 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 31 Davis St, Lawrence, MA 01843    Get Directions

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Putting your house on the market is a lot like preparing to host a holiday party; you want to make the best possible impression on people without having to spend a small fortune in the process!

Assuming your home is not drastically outdated or in disrepair, there are a lot of simple things you can do to make it more appealing to visitors.

For a lot of reasons, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms of the house. The impression your kitchen makes on potential buyers can easily make or break your chances for a quick sale. Although everyone's looking for different features in a home, it will always be to your advantage to spend a little extra time sprucing up your kitchen.

While it may not be practical or affordable to give your kitchen a complete makeover, here are a few simple ideas for enhancing its overall appeal.

Lighting affects perception: As a home seller, one of your primary objectives is to create an environment that's comfortable, attractive, and relaxing. Lighting, both natural and artificial, can play a big role in how people perceive your home. If you're fortunate enough to have sunny weather on days when your house is being shown, it will be easier to present your kitchen and other rooms to their best advantage. By letting in a lot of natural sunlight, colors tend to be more vibrant and your home's mood will be a lot more positive. Turning on electrical lights can also help give your living space a more cheerful feeling.

Cleanliness is crucial: Although the "grunge factor" is something you want to avoid anywhere in your house, prospective buyers will pay special attention to the cleanliness of your kitchen and bathrooms. Thoroughly cleaning counter tops, floors, sinks, and appliances will go a long way toward making a positive impression. If you can use cleansers that have a mild, natural-smelling fragrance -- like citrus, for example -- then you won't risk turning people off with the overpowering smell of harsh chemicals or artificial scents.

Staging your kitchen: A few things you can do to make your kitchen look more inviting and memorable include adding touches like a vase of fresh flowers, a bowl of colorful fruit, and a green plant or two. Removing distracting clutter from counter tops, tables, and desks can also help give your kitchen a more organized, tidy, and spacious appearance.

If your refrigerator door is covered with outdated children's drawings, coupons, photographs, and other miscellaneous memorabilia, it might be worth your time to weed that out a little bit! Not only does it detract from the beauty of your kitchen, but it also makes it impossible to clean the door of your fridge. Another tip to keep in mind is that too many personal items on display make it more difficult for prospects to visualize living in your home -- which is the first step to winning them over as buyers.


If summer is your favorite season of the year, then you probably wouldn't mind having your home smell like summer all through the year, seeing as most people wait all year to breathe in summer's scent. Follow simple tips to keep your home smelling fresh and summery all through the year.

  1. Make a Gel Freshener Yourself. Making a gel freshener isn't hard at all. All you need are a couple essential oils like citrus and grapeseed, depending on the exact scent you want to reproduce, and some other natural ingredients in your kitchen such as gelatin, salt, and lemons; mix them, and you have an excellent freshener for your home. Check the internet for more detailed instructions and proportions.
  2. Secret Jars. It is simple to do, and the results last for even longer. Pick up some stone jars and fill them up with a mixture of baking soda and any essential oils you have around. Put them up in different corners of your house and watch the walls of your home begin to give out the scents by themselves seemingly. However, you might need to keep the jars out of sight, as they are not the most perfect decorative accessories.
  3. Use Cleaning Products with Natural Ingredients and Flavors. Don't just buy any cleaning liquid. You should go for the ones that incorporate natural elements into their contents. Many cleaning products are plant-based and infused with the scents of ingredients like citrus, cedar, and lavender. Constant use of such products for cleaning the floors, windows and even clothes will all add up to give every room in the house a distinct pleasant fruity smell.
  4. Scent of Potpourri. Add any food items with pleasant smells onto a pan. You can use apple cider, lemons, vanilla extract, etc.; they all work perfectly. Add a few cups of water to the pan and then heat very slowly over the cooker. The hot mixture will begin to give off a warm and welcoming scent for anyone that comes into the home. These work best at night as they're sure to make dinner look enticing.
  5. DIY Lavender Air Freshener. Add dried lavender leaves and baking soda into a small jar and shake the mixture thoroughly. Add drops of lavender oil too and seal, then punch a few holes into the jar cover so the scent can escape into the house.

Try out all these ideas and watch your home smell like summer all day, every day. If you need more options for essential oils, visit any apothecary shop that is close to you.