Gina Thibeault | Georgetown Real Estate, Groveland Real Estate, Topsfield Real Estate



16 Elm St, Georgetown, MA 01833

Single-Family

$595,000
Price

13
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Gracious Federal home. Complete restoration. Many original period details including built-ins, Rufus Porter murals, 3 fireplaces, and wide pine floors. Modern amenities include a new kitchen with high-end appliances, quartz countertops, custom cabinetry and counter seating. Other highlights include a home gym, mudroom, and electric vehicle charging station. Located within 30 minutes of Boston, Newburyport, and Cranes Beach. Quiet neighborhood, a short distance to town, schools, ponds, and parks. This is a special home for the discerning buyer.
Open House
Sunday
July 12 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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16 Elm St, Georgetown, MA 01833

Single-Family

$595,000
Price

13
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Gracious Federal home. Complete restoration. Many original period details including built-ins, Rufus Porter murals, 3 fireplaces, and wide pine floors. Modern amenities include a new kitchen with high-end appliances, quartz countertops, custom cabinetry and counter seating. Other highlights include a home gym, mudroom, and electric vehicle charging station. Located within 30 minutes of Boston, Newburyport, and Cranes Beach. Quiet neighborhood, a short distance to town, schools, ponds, and parks. This is a special home for the discerning buyer.
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Caring for indoor succulents is not as intimidating as it may seem. Even though growing them can be a challenge, there are lots of care tips that could make things easier. Succulents are not the ideal plants to grow indoors but that should not stop you from growing them. With the right care, they can flourish to their full potential. Keep reading to learn about a few ways to care for your indoor succulents.

1. Choose the Right Succulents

Even though succulents are cute, they may not all be appropriate to grow indoors. Go for succulents that can grow well in the absence of full sunlight. Indoor succulents that thrive are suited to shady areas. Avoid brightly colored succulents thrive in direct sun which may be difficult to attain indoors. Some of the best options include Gasteria and Haworthia.

2. Water More but Less Often

Watering is one of the biggest challenges when growing succulents indoors. They require lots of water to grow but you should not water them as often as other indoor plants. They thrive when you use the ‘soak and dry’ method.

3. Pick the Right Container

When repotting your succulents, use a container with a drainage hole. It should be one to two inches bigger than your nursery container. Do not use glass containers as they could cause root rot over time. Go for containers that allow the roots to breathe.

4. Pay Attention to Lighting

Succulents naturally need lots of light, a minimum of six hours of direct sunlight every day. When growing them indoors, place them close to windows in the brightest parts of your home. If you notice that your succulents are stretching, they may require more light. Move them to a brighter area.

5. Fertilize Them

Fertilize your indoor succulents at least once annually. The best time to fertilize them is in the spring. You may fertilize them again towards the end of summer. Since they are dormant in winter, you don’t have to fertilize them during that period.

6. Water Correctly

The correct way to water your succulents is directly into the soil. Use enough water to soak the dirt. Avoid watering succulents with spray bottles as it could cause moldy leaves.

7. Eliminate Bugs

Indoor succulents rarely attract bugs. However, they may be a problem in rare circumstances. Gnats are the most common bugs that may affect succulents especially if the soil is too heavy. One of the simplest ways to fix it is by having a proper drainage system.

Indoor succulents add color and texture to your home. They have minimal requirements and they can improve the energy in any room. Have fun with the process of growing them and do not put too much pressure on yourself. After all, succulent gardening should be a relaxing and fun process


This Condo in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $325,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Gina Thibeault - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY.


13 Mount Vernon St, Haverhill, MA 01830

Condo

$315,000
Price
$325,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Great townhouse on a quiet street features an open concept main living area with its own private fenced in yard. The hardwood floors are gleaming throughout the eat-in kitchen and living room. Off the kitchen is a 12' x 12' deck for enjoying your coffee or afternoon drinks, as well as a half bath. The second floor features two large bedrooms with ceiling fans and a full bath. The third floor has a large master bedroom, walk-in closet, and en suite bath. Off the garage is a mudroom and laundry room with plenty of storage! This home has everything you need and won't last!

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If you recently purchased a home in a new city or town, you may need to act quickly to ensure cable services are installed immediately following your move. Lucky for you, we're here to help you assess cable services providers so that you can find one that exceeds your expectations.

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Ask each cable services provider about the packages that it provides, along with which channels are included in each package. That way, you'll be better equipped than ever before to make an informed cable services purchase decision.

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In some instances, cable services providers offer discounts to customers who sign multi-year agreements. Keep in mind, however, that if you sign a multi-year agreement, you're committed to the terms of this pact for a few years. And if you need to break the agreement, you may be hit with a cancellation fee.

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3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

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There is no need to worry about getting the best cable services at your new home. Use the aforementioned best practices, and you can should have no trouble finding a top-notch cable services provider prior to moving day.




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