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Posted by Andrade Associates on 2/19/2018

REMARKABLE 3 FAMILY, CLOSE TO ALL AMENITIES. NICELY DONE FOR THE NEW OWNER AND REAP THE BENEFITS. READY FOR WEEKEND SHOWINGS ONLY!!! GROUP SHOWING, SAT. JAN. 20th, FROM 5-6PM, BRING YOUR BUYERS OR SEND THEM WILL HONOR RELATIONSHIP.

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Posted by Andrade Associates on 2/19/2018


16 GARFIELD STREET, Brockton, MA 02301

Multi-Family

$535,900
Price

3
Units
3,008
Approx. GLA
REMARKABLE 3 FAMILY, CLOSE TO ALL AMENITIES. NICELY DONE FOR THE NEW OWNER AND REAP THE BENEFITS. READY FOR WEEKEND SHOWINGS ONLY!!! GROUP SHOWING, SAT. JAN. 20th, FROM 5-6PM, BRING YOUR BUYERS OR SEND THEM WILL HONOR RELATIONSHIP.
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Posted by Andrade Associates on 2/18/2018

One of the best ways to nurture a relationship with a significant other is to set aside time to spend with each other. For some people, that means working on hobbies together, grabbing a bite together, or just hanging out and watching 5+ episodes of Supernatural on Netflix. If you're looking for some fun ideas for a date night with your S.O. but don't want to go through all the trouble of getting dressed up and waiting for a table, we've got you covered. Here are some great stay-at-home date nights to share with your significant other.

1. Host a tasting event for two

Wine, whiskey, beer, cheese, chocolate... there are endless items to base a tasting on. Head to the supermarket and liquor store and pick out an array of small-sized treats and beverages. The set-up is half the fun. Spread them out on a table with candle, play some music you both like and give ratings to each item as you taste.

2. Cook a new recipe together

Pick a recipe that looks challenging and involved and buy all the ingredients the day before. Make sure you work together to make the meal; you'll feel like you've accomplished something tricky together and it will be worth the reward. And even if you fail miserably at the recipe, there's always the option of getting pizza delivered.

3. Picnic in your yard

Get a nice blanket, a picnic basket, some flowers, and head into the backyard for a picnic. The benefit of having a picnic in your own yard is that you can bring food that is a bit more intricate than peanut butter sandwiches.

4. Make a playlist and play board games

Hop on Spotify, Pandora, iTunes or whichever music service is your favorite and create a fun playlist for the night. Try to pick some songs you'll both like. Not only will it make the night more fun but you might find something new to listen to together in the car. Then, break out your favorite board games and play as many games as you can until the music doesn't keep you awake anymore.

5. Watch awful movies

I stress the "awful" part here because watching movies isn't really the best way to spend time together unless you don't feel like talking. Picking cheesy movies, bad movies, or movies you've both seen a million times will encourage you to talk during and laugh at the movie together rather than sitting in silence.

6. Tour a new country

Not literally. But you can be adventurous right at home. Make a tempura and miso soup dinner while listening to Japanese pop music. Then head into the living room and watch some highly respected Japanese cinema (Akira Kurosawa for serious films, Hayao Miyazaki for feel-good animated movies). Or if you're more into Europe, make French-inspired cuisine while listening to cabaret and watch some high-brow French cinema afterward.

7. Camp in your yard

Camping out isn't just fun with the kids. It's a great way to spend quality time with your significant other by staying away from technology (i.e., Facebook and email). Pitch a tent and fill it with blankets and pillows, a lantern, games, snacks, and whatever else will keep you busy.




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Posted by Andrade Associates on 2/15/2018

This Single-Family in Brockton, MA recently sold for $275,000. This Front to Back Split style home was sold by - Andrade Associates.


466 N Quincy St, Brockton, MA 02302

Single-Family

$279,900
Price
$275,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Very well maintained & located single family home with 4 bedrooms. Reduced electric bill by using "Solar Energy". 3 Bedrooms and 1 more extra room on the basement for a potential 4Th bedroom, New roof(2016). Renovated living room and kitchen with recessed light from the kitchen to up stairs, w/ new marble countertop, new tile. 1 Full bathroom(2 floor) and 1 Half Bath(basement) and 1 Landry room to make your (in law)family more comfortable. Big and new fenced back yard special for who likes pool, storage or farming. Subject to seller find a suitable home.

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Posted by Andrade Associates on 2/14/2018

GREAT OWNER OCCUPIED PROPERTY OR INVESTMENT. CURRENTLY RENTED, WELL MAINTAINED, CORNER LOT, SELLER MOTIVATED TO SELL, BRING ALL OFFERS.

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