Anastasia Kaufman - ABR, SFR, GRI, CDPE - RE/MAX Town & Country | Lincoln, RI Real Estate


1742 LONSDALE AVENUE UNIT# 7, Lincoln RI, 02865

















Condominium

$220,000
Price

3
Beds Total


5
Numberof Rooms
 
2
Full/Half Baths


 Public Rems:
Wonderful townhouse with high end finishes including Granite eat-in stainless steel applianced kitchen, Spacious dining room open to family room, crown molding throughout, beautiful hardwoods, exposed brick walls. Two full baths include beautiful tiled shower, jacuzzi, and bathtub/shower. Central Air, High efficiency gas and tankless hot water. Beautiful craftsmanship throughout. Convenient to 146, 295 and 95 to Boston and Providence. Condo association fees include water and sewer. Subject to seller finding suitable housing.




 


 

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March 18, 2019

A living room is to be a comfortable, welcoming place in the home. But there’s an art to decorating it, according to a new article at Houzz, a home remodeling website. Houzz offers up some of the following designer tips on how to decorate a living room to make the space more inviting and stylish:

A living room with spare decor

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1. Mix light and dark colors.

An all-white living room can feel too “clean” and unapproachable, while a dark living room can feel like a cave, the article notes. But a combo of mixing darker and lighter colors—such as white with black--can bring depth and balance to a space.

2. Contrast neutrals.

Decorate a living room using several contrasting neutrals to make it feel more luxurious. For example, white walls can mix with caramel leather, brass hardware, gray sofa, and blue-gray cabinets. The contrasts can highlight the different finishes and undertones.

3. Add in texture.

To make a living room feel more cozy, add some various textures to the space, such as a plush throw near harder textures, like metals and stone. Pillows can be one way to easy way to add texture. But also look to include leather, cotton, wool, metal, stone, glass, plants, and other textures, the article notes.

4. Bring in some color.

Adding shots of color can make a living room feel more relaxed and inviting. For example, the article notes that blue tends to be a universal color that most people like and that easily contrasts with warm elements, like leather and wood. It also can sometimes work as a neutral up against other accent colors.

5. Watch your distance.

Even in the largest of living rooms, be mindful of how spread out the furnishings are from one another. Make the space feel like a place for intimate conversations and cozy gatherings. Houzz designers say a good distance between seating areas is about 8 feet. “If you have several sofas or a sofa and side chairs, the seating area should have a diameter of 8 feet, or 4 feet out from the center,” the article notes. The article also notes that fewer and smaller seating pieces closer together tend to work better than one supersized piece, like a 12-seat sectional sofa.

Visit Houzz to view photos and more tips for how to decorate a living room.

Source: 
How to Decorate a Living Room: 11 Designer Tips,” Houzz.com (March 17, 2019)


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Retirement is something all workers should look forward to doing. It is a period of rest after many years of exemplary service. Retiring from service is not only applicable to government workers, those working in a private establishment, as well as other non-governmental organizations, will also retire at a particular time. 

While the retirement period is a period of rest, it can be frustrating if there is no financial preparation. It is therefore essential for workers to prepare adequately for their retirement not minding the retirement package put in place by their employer. An excellent way to put up a secure financial backup for retirement is saving. It pays to focus on how you can save towards your retirement. 

Here are some useful pointers and suggestions that will help you start to save effectively towards your retirement:

Start Early 

The most useful advice on how to save money for retirement is by starting early. When you start early in your career, you would have saved a considerable amount of money before retirement, giving you something worthwhile to fall back on when you retire. A lot of workers start saving late thinking that they have plenty of time ahead of them. Most of those workers end up saving nothing at the end of the day.

Clear all debt 

Debt is one of the hindrances to retirement savings. Though it is not comfortable paying off your debt as soon as you can but clearing all your debt means freeing up more money for retirement savings. So, to ensure you have enough money to save, try to be debt-free to enable you to have enough funds for your upkeep and your retirement savings as well.

Prioritize your Pension 

There are lots of reasons to save; you can save for a home, car, holiday, retirement and many other things. You must decide what your priority is, whether you are saving toward buying a new car, building a new house or you concentrate on your pension. Focusing on your pension funds may seem to be of no benefits while you are still working, but you will understand better when you retire. 

Set a goal

Setting a firm and realizable goal is a way of motivating yourself to put a particular sum of money aside for your retirement. There are numerous benefits of setting a goal when it comes to retirement savings. Apart from motivating you to do your best, a goal will always give you a target to meet.

Speak to a certified financial advisor if you have trouble figuring out a viable retirement plan.


This Single-Family in Lincoln, RI recently sold for $710,000. This Colonial,Contemporary style home was sold by Anastasia Kaufman - RE/MAX Town & Country.


32 Suffolk WY, Lincoln RI, 02865

Single-Family

$710,000
Price
$710,000
Sale Price

4
Beds Total
11
Numberof Rooms
4/2
Full/Half Baths
Stately & elegant,constructed w timeless quality,this contemporary/traditional 5000sq ft home is an entertainers dream.The main entry opens to a lovely foyer-to the left is the sunken living room w granite wood burning fireplace.A beautiful butler pantry/granite bar area services the space between the office and living room.Adjacent family room boasts impressive 25 ft ceilings & gas fireplace.The open floor plan on 1st level incl a state-of-the-art kitchen w granite surfaces, high-end appliances & spacious walk-in pantry.The kitchen leads to foyer/mudroom w closets & half bath opening to the over sized 3 car garage.The Upper level showcases the master suite w 2 walk-in closets, master bath w granite double sinks,marble flooring,Jacuzzi & private commode.3 additional bedrooms also located on 2nd level,each with generous closets,one with private full bath.Also on 2nd floor-beautiful study/library space w lots of light and wood flooring. Laundry room,cedar closet on this level for convenience.The main bath on this level-double granite under mount sinks & pocket door for commode privacy.The spacious finished walkout lower includes lots of room for entertaining w glass block & granite wet bar, full bath.The walkout opens to a lovely landscaped property w bluestone steps & walkways.1+acre property w sprinklers,brick 3 sides w wood siding in rear,4 zones of AC,central vac,Located in desirable Bridlewood Estates.Award winning schools,5 miles to Prov.Make this your home!

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