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A real person helping real people with real estate

By Amy Mullen | Agent in Marlborough, MA
  • Open Sunday for the first time! Beautiful executive-style living with all the upgrades!

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Worcester, Home Selling in Worcester  |  May 3, 2014 4:53 AM  |  399 views  |  No comments

    Granite kitchenAmazing value to be found in this upgraded newer construction colonial in Cherry Valley! A great location for commuters on the West side near the airport but serene and peaceful abutting conversation land this home has so much to offer! 2 car garage, oversized deck and lower patio, gas heat, central a/c and NO CONDO FEES! Upgraded master bath offers audio/visual system! Upgraded transitional kitchen has seemingly endless granite counters with stainless steel appliances, wine chiller and center island. Opening over the granite breakfast bar into the dining and living room with hardwoods and recessed lighting this open floor plan allows for maximum space and togetherness. Workshop / storage space in lower level and generous attic storage! All appliances (washer/dryer too) included. No expense was spared with this home and it is now ready for you! Priced to SELL at the open house this Sunday, 5/4 1pm to 3pm – 1471 Main Street Worcester. Don’t wait! Fast close encouraged!

    Open Floor PlanDeck and privacy


  • New price! Gas heat! Open Sunday 12 to 3! Scan the code!

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Worcester  |  April 2, 2014 5:18 AM  |  309 views  |  No comments
  • Amazing starter home on quiet street on Worcester/Shrewsbury line – Open Sunday with NEW PRICE!

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Worcester  |  April 2, 2014 5:10 AM  |  211 views  |  No comments

  • New to the market and SO MUCH NEW TO SEE! Open Sunday!

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Worcester  |  December 2, 2013 3:05 PM  |  200 views  |  No comments

    New Hardwoods!This one is for YOU! Completely remodeled spacious home on the Worcester / Auburn line sits at the end of a dead end street offering a wonderful view! But wait until you see the inside! New hardwoods throughout the open main level that offers tons of natural light with the french door from the mudroom. BRAND NEW kitchen with granite and stainless steel! Additional pantry space! NEW first floor half bath with laundry! Upstairs you’ll find three full bedrooms with restored hardwoods and a NEW full bathroom. Master bedroom has a BONUS room through the restored french door. NO LACK OF SPACE HERE! Full dry walk-out basement, level back yard and vinyl siding. NEW roof, NEW electrical, NEW plumbing, NEW kitchen, NEW bathrooms! Easy highway access by 290 and Holy Cross! NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE-IN! Come see this home and fall in love with it! Make it yours today!

    Check out the video walk through!  Click here to view on youtube!

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    For more information and pictures or to schedule a showing:

    Mullen Real Estate

    Amy Mullen, Realtor CPA CDPE MBA

    Ann Mullen, Realtor CBR, Buyer Specialist

    508-784-0504

    annmullen@remax.net

    http://www.amymullenrealestate.com

  • Left behind...

    Posted Under: Quality of Life in Worcester, In My Neighborhood in Worcester, Property Q&A in Worcester  |  October 15, 2011 1:09 PM  |  656 views  |  2 comments
    Reaching out to see if we can get this done! :) 

    I have a landlord client in Worcester that is cleaning up after some tenants who just moved out.  It was been discovered that they left behind a one year old male, unfixed, cat.  He is very friendly and scared.  Currently dining on peanut butter and cornflakes.  We have called many shelters and they are full.

    Transportation can be arranged and the landlord will put in a $25 gift card to Pet Smart for the person who will give the cat a home.  No charge for the cat.  Can you help?

  • Sneak Peak!

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Worcester  |  June 17, 2011 6:58 PM  |  567 views  |  1 comment

  • Home Improvement Apps for iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry: Your Digital Toolbox

    Posted Under: Remodel & Renovate in Worcester, Design & Decor in Worcester, How To... in Worcester  |  March 15, 2011 3:13 AM  |  3,000 views  |  3 comments
    I know I said I was going to focus on appliance maintenance but this is so much more fun!  Here is a list of downloadable iPhone and Android apps offer ways to maintain, improve, and save money on your home.

    Match that paint color

    If you see a color at a friend’s house that would look great in your home, use Benjamin Moore’s Ben Color Capture or Sherwin-Williams’ ColorSnap, free mobile apps for iPhone, to conjure up a matching paint color and code in a jiffy. Take a photo with your phone, and the app matches the paint as closely as possible, and will display secondary and complementary colors. (ColorSnap is also available for BlackBerry.)

    Get rid of stains

    Good Housekeeping magazine has placed all their best stain-removal and cleaning advice into their free @Home app. It also includes decorating ideas and a searchable list of the 5,000-plus products that have earned a Good Housekeeping seal.

    Look for recycled stuff

    If you’re searching for a cheap replacement part, or looking for a deal on slightly-used appliances and materials, eBay’s free Mobile app lets you search the auction site’s entire marketplace from iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 7, and BlackBerry devices. You can also put any of your disused-but-functional household items up for sale and recoup some cash.

    For listings close to home, search the popular Craigslist site through the free Craigsnotifica for Android or Craigspro for iPhone.

    Price comparison

    Finding lower prices on electronics and appliances used to mean driving from store to store or scanning Sunday circulars. With the free Price Check by Amazon, you can scan a product’s barcode at a store and compare the price against Amazon and other merchants. (Android and BlackBerry versions are also available.) PriceGrabber has a similar app for iPhone and Android.

    Carpenter’s tools in one

    For $1.99, the iHandy Carpenter app puts a ruler, protractor, bubble level, surface level, and plumb bob into your iPhone, allowing you to make measurements without lugging out the tool box. It’s perfect for simple jobs like hanging frames and mirrors.

    Need just a level? There’s a free app for iPhone from iHandy and for Android from Johnson.

    Calculate materials you’ll need

    Before you approach a home improvement project, use the $1.99 Handy Man DIY to record dimensions of flooring, windows, walls, and more. It calculates how much material you’ll need and gives you a cost estimate.

    Order supplies

    If you’re in the middle of a home improvement job and need supplies, use the $4.99 Work Shop app to order them from your iPhone. It’s also a great tool for keep track of expenses or plan your budget for a future project.

    Light the way

    With the iPhone’s bright display and the super-bright LED flash, you can use it in place of a traditional flashlight to illuminate crawl spaces, attics, cabinet recesses, and other dark spots. There are many apps for this purpose, but two favorites are the 99-cent Flashlight (and 99-cent Flashlight+.

    Know what and when to plant

    Wonder why certain vegetation isn’t growing in your yard? Landscaper’s Companion provides a reference guide to more than 2,000 plants. You can search for a plant based on your garden’s sun exposure and garden zone, helping to ensure you won’t get any dead leaves after planting. The app costs $9.99.

    Find a stud

    Using your iPhone’s magnetometer, StudFinderPRO can help you locate studs by locating the magnetic fields emitted by metal objects like screws and nails. The app costs $2.99. A free Magnetic Stud Finder is available for Android devices.

    Hire a virtual designer

    Need decorating ideas for inspiration? Check out Home Interior Layout Designer–Mark On Call for $2.99. Created by an interior designer, the app can help you plan a space and determine if furnishings will fit. Also consider the $4.99 Living Room app for iPad and the 99-cent Dream Home app for iPhone.


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