Tammy Morrison Real Estate Inc | Fitchburg MA Real Estate Real Estate


This Single-Family in Gardner, MA recently sold for $312,500. This Colonial style home was sold by Office Fitchburg - Tammy Morrison Real Estate Inc.


126 Otter River Rd., Gardner, MA 01440

Single-Family

$312,500
Price
$312,500
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
$5,000.00 closing cost credit to buyer! So many possibilities! This beautiful & spacious colonial sits privately on over 4 country acres in highly sought after neighborhood. Featuring a full farmers porch, entry w/hardwood floors, front to back living room w/ stone fireplace, large eat-in kitchen & a separate dining room. The kitchen boasts of generous cabinets & counter space, island w/ counter top range, wall oven & glass doors leading to the deck overlooking the large back yard. On the 2nd floor is the master bedroom which showcases a tray ceiling w/ ceiling fan, a gorgeous brick fireplace, large walkin closet, & roomy master bath w/ jetted tub & stand up shower. The second floor also offers 2 more bedrooms & grand family room w/ 15 light door, cathedral ceilings, skylights, dormers w/ built in benches w/cabinets underneath & pellet stove. The full basement has a finished room w/ the potential for additional finished space. Zoned R2 which allows for horses. Make an offer!

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139 Stoneybrook Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Single-Family

$249,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
CHARMING 3 BEDROOM/1.5 BATH CAPE COD READY TO MOVE RIGHT IN! Front to back sunken living room with fire place. Bright fully applianced kitchen and large dinning room with hardwood floor. Spacious bedrooms with skylights and ceiling fans. Partially finished basement with sliders to the quiet and tree lined back yard. All set to hook up your generator. Located in a wonderful cul de sac neighborhood. This lovely home won't last long!
Open House
Saturday
October 13 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 139 Stoneybrook Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420    Get Directions

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202 Stoneybrook Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Single-Family

$239,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
CHARMING CAPE IN DESIRABLE STONEYBROOK VILLAGE. BOM due to buyers financing.Move right in to this cozy 3 bedroom/1.5 bath home. Hardwood flooring in living room, dinning room and kitchen. First floor bedroom and 1/2 bath. Two spacious bedrooms on the 2nd floor with plenty of closet space. Fenced in yard with peach, cherry and apple trees. Easy walking and riding bikes around the cul-de-sac. Convenient location to schools, Fitchburg State University, MBTA, shopping and other area amenities. QUICK CLOSE!
Open House
Saturday
October 13 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Quick Close!
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Location: 202 Stoneybrook Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420    Get Directions

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83 Town Farm Rd, Westminster, MA 01473

Single-Family

$285,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
ONE OWNER, OPEN CONCEPT ,RAISED-RANCH WAITING FOR YOUR SPECIAL TOUCH TO BRING THIS GEM BACK TO LIFE! Newer roof, windows and high end boiler already done! Spacious Master suite with fire place, skylights, French doors to deck and full bath with spiral staircase to lower level. Not 1 but 2 Bonus Rooms with fireplaces in basement and attached 2 car garage. This home sits on 3 acres and is close to all major routes, schools and Mt Wachusett.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Solar is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. Each year, hundreds of thousands of homes go solar, adding thousands of new jobs and preventing massive amounts of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.

It has never been a better time to go solar. However, the rapid technological advancements and the growing market of solar power companies means that you have several options to consider if you’re thinking about going green.

Types of residential solar power

The first thing to understand about solar power is that there are several different types you can get for your home. From roof-installed solar panels to off-site solar farms, you have options when it comes to powering your house cheaply and efficiently.

Leasing and purchasing PV panels

One of the most common ways that people power their home with solar power is by leasing rooftop photovoltaic (PV) panels from a solar company. There are different leasing options available from different companies, so it’s a good idea to shop around the solar providers in your area.

Leasing is a great option for those who don’t have the funds to purchase panels but still want to lower their monthly electricity bill. Companies who offer leasing often install and maintain the panels for free. The panels will be hooked up to your local energy grid. Each month, your electricity bill will be reduced by the amount that is produced by your panels. The way the solar company earns is by selling a portion of the solar produced back to the energy company and by collecting incentives from state and federal governments.  

Purchasing your panels outright has its advantages. When you purchase your own panels you can more greatly reduce or even eliminate your monthly utility bills without giving a cut back to the solar company. However, this also means you’re responsible for the care and maintenance, and insurance of the panels.

Off-site solar

Many people would love to reduce their electricity bill and help reduce carbon emissions, but they just can’t stand the look of solar panels on their roof. Fortunately, off-site solar farms are also growing in popularity. This type of solar power comes with all of the same benefits of rooftop solar except that it isn’t located on your house.

Typically a vacant spot of land is used as a solar “farm.” Community members can opt to lease or own a portion of the farm to contribute towards powering their home.

This option is particularly beneficial to those who lack roof-space, or who have a roof that doesn’t receive an optimal amount of sunlight.

Emerging technologies

As I mentioned earlier, solar power is an industry that is rapidly changing. If you’re not ready just yet to install solar panels or join a shared solar community, it’s still a good idea to look ahead at emerging technologies.

One such example is Tesla’s new solar roofs. The idea is that instead of installing panels, the roof itself comes with panels built-in. What’s more, the roofs are said to last longer than traditional roofs, and they’ll come in a variety of styles which mimic traditional shingles and comes in Tuscan, textured glass, and slate options.




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