Date: 09/15/2019 Time: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM  
For Directions: feel free to contact me.  
For more information: click here for the full details  

Amazing quality masonry craftsmanship in this all brick, hip roof, colonial located at the end of the cul-de-sac. 2 X 6 construction. 2 zone central air conditioning. 2 story foyer. Andersen insulated windows. Large eat in kitchen with center island, granite counters, cherry cabinets & recessed lights. Oak hardwood & ceramic tile floors. Marble fireplace, hearth and mantle. Master bedroom with walk in closet and full bath with jetted Jacuzzi tub and dual sinks. Three levels of living space. 1st floor laundry room. 2 car garage under with automatic doors. Natural gas fueled Burnham heating system with HTP stainless steel indirect lifetime warranty hot water heater (2014). Pull down attic with plywood flooring for additional storage. Enjoy the outdoors on the large masonry patio overlooking multiple gardens, stonework and tiered beds. Near Stoneham High School, Recreation Park and Melrose Highlands commuter rail station, shops and eateries. Short 10 min. drive to Oak Grove orange line.

Tagged with:
 

If you are working from home or considering starting a new business at home, a home office is essential for what you do. But you don’t have to break into a bank to create your own home office; you can instead use the things that you find affordable or readily available to creatively come up with something that is functional and effective for you.

  • Use Sunlight to your advantage: Place your desk and chair in front of a window and watch your creativity blossom. You are probably going to spend a large chunk of your time here, so you want to be as comfortable as possible. The window view also gives you an opportunity to take in the outdoors every other minute and reduce eye fatigue.
  • Give the walls a new look: Don’t just paint the walls, paint them a color that suits you. What kind of color expresses your style and will increase your productivity?
  • Find a comfortable chair: That goes without saying. Don’t sacrifice function for form. The chair design you saw on Pinterest may look great in photographs but may be bad for your back with long-term usage. You want to make sure that you have a chair that is ergonomically correct 
  • Add some touch of greenery: For some reason, plants make the atmosphere of any room feel better, so you should add some greenery to make the office more comfortable for you. Look out for plants that you don’t have to water every day, that way nothing dies in your absence.
  • Make the space personal: Frame up some of your favorite quotes for the wall, or place pictures of your family on your work desk. Make it as distinctive as possible, so that it reflects you and your style in every way. Choose accessories that will add to the feeling of comfort you want to recreate. 
  • Put the little spaces to efficient use: You are probably not going to have as much space as a regular corporate office, so you should aim to take every advantage of available space. Use floating shelves to keep papers and office equipment away from your desk. You can get a basket to hold all your working files and to-do lists instead.

Whatever intentions you had for setting up your office at home, make sure it’s something more than a regular chair and table set up in the guest bedroom. You want to be as comfortable and at ease, as you can be. You also want your workspace to inspire productivity and be presentable enough to stage an official meeting if/when the need arises. Visit your local home improvement store for bargains on items that you may need

Tagged with:
 
Set your Twitter account name in your settings to use the TwitterBar Section.