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Posted by Poirier Realty on 3/13/2018

The entryway to your home is probably quite small, but you can make the most of your space by pinning down what you really need there. Below, youíll find some items that you should try and keep around the entry of your home for both design appeal and organization purposes. 

A Place For Coats

When guests come to visit, itís welcoming for you to be able to offer them a place to hang their coats, rather than throwing them into a bedroom or on a chair. You can place coatracks on a wall for easy hanging, giving everyone open access to their coats when they need them. You can even place a coat rack along a stairway hall. This way everything from coats to bags to hats will all be in one place.     


Having a weather-resistant rug available in the entryway of your home can help to keep dirt and grime off of the floor. 


Every entryway needs some type of storage for items like extra coats, shoes, umbrellas, even bags. You can use an inexpensive shelving system or go as fancy as using a dresser or armoire.


Itís important to have some kind of seating near the entryway of your home. This way, youíll have a place to sit down and put on shoes. Seating will also help make the entryway more comfortable. Make sure that the seating allows for a casual feel to add to the warmth of the welcome.

Flowers And Plants

Using flowers and plants in the entryway of your home gives guests that welcoming pop of color that will brighten their day. Itís one of the first things that guests will see when they walk up to the front door of your home, so youíll want to make a good first impression. Shoot for year-round plants that donít require a lot of maintenance and can be kept up easily no matter what the season.    

Good Lighting

Once you enter your home in the evening hours, one of the first things you want to do is turn on a light. This is one of the best features for your home to have safety and security when you enter and exit the house. You can choose any kind of light fixture that you want to accent your home in order to bring out the beauty. The only requirement is that you should make sure a light switch is always within an armís reach.

Make It Your Own

The most important thing that you can do for your entryway is to make it your own. You can add any kind of accents and features that you choose. The entryway is the first impression that people will get of your home, so make it count!

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Posted by Poirier Realty on 3/6/2018

Many times the house that people initially buy isnít the property that will be their forever home. The house could be too big, too small, or not in an ideal location. When you sell your first home, you want to get the most out of your investment. There are so many easy ways that you can upgrade your home for a small amount of money. Any of these upgrades will add value to your home. Read on to find some of the most affordable improvements you can make to your home that will add character and value for you.

Do Something With The Kitchen

While ďsomethingĒ is a bold statement, itís true. Just about any improvement, you make in your kitchen will give you a great return. Some ideas include:

Change the countertops

Replace the cabinets

Replace the stove

Get a new dishwasher

Install a new floor

There are so many different things that you can do to make a kitchen better. The possibilities are almost endless! The key to any renovation that you do is that you donít want it to be too styled. Try to aim for improvements that will be timeless. Check out the current trends and see what seems to be a staple in modern homes. Keep in mind that you also have to like whatever it is youíre doing to your home.

Give Your Fireplace A Facelift

Upgrading the fireplaces in your home can be a great project and an excellent way to enhance your home. You can do anything from merely repairing your fireplace relieving it from any cracks. If youíre feeling zealous, you can change the type or face of fireplace you have. Look into switching from a wood burning fireplace to a gas fireplace. Change the front of your fireplace from brick to tone. Fireplaces are attractive features in homes that make any space cozy. 

Upgrade The Outdoor Space

An outdoor living space adds a lot to a home. The nice thing about adding outdoor is you can go as big as you want to. If you live in a warm region, an outdoor kitchen is an awesome feature to add on. Put a deck on your house. Construct a patio. Put up a gazebo or permanent screen house. There are so many ways to make outdoor living a possibility.   

Clean Up Your Outdoor Space

Giving the outside of your a once over can be an easy way to upgrade your property. You can power wash your siding. Trim your bushes. Add some more plants and foliage to the landscape. These are all simple, yet practical upgrades to your home that add value and appeal.      

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Posted by Poirier Realty on 2/27/2018

If you recently sold your house, you may have only a short amount of time to sell some of your large, heavy belongings before moving day. Among these items likely are the couches, chairs and other furniture that you have collected over the years.

Ultimately, selling furniture prior to your move can be quick and simple Ė here are three tips to help you find furniture buyers and maximize the value of your furniture.

1. Establish a Competitive Price

A competitive price for a dining room table, bed or other home furniture can make a world of difference. If you establish an aggressive price from the get-go, you should have no trouble stirring up interest in your furniture from many potential buyers.

Consider the age and condition of your furniture before you set a price for it. If your furniture is only a few years old and remains in great shape, you may be able to fetch a lofty sum for it. Comparatively, if your furniture shows signs of wear and tear, you may need to lower your pricing expectations.

It often helps to be flexible with the price of your furniture as well. And if a furniture buyer makes an offer that falls below your initial asking price, you may want to consider all of your options closely to determine whether to accept, reject or counter this proposal.

2. List Your Furniture Online

Craigslist and other online marketplaces make it simple to list your furniture on the web in just seconds. Then, you can sit back and await responses from potential furniture buyers.

If you decide to list your furniture online, be sure to include high-resolution photos. If your online posting includes photos that show off the quality of your furniture, you can increase the likelihood of a quick, profitable sale.

Furthermore, incorporate plenty of details about your furniture into your web posting. With an informative and engaging furniture description, you can make it easy for a potential buyer to determine whether your chair, ottoman or other furniture is the right choice.

3. Host a Yard Sale

A yard sale offers a valuable opportunity to sell furniture, as well as a variety of other big and small items. If you allocate the necessary time and resources to plan ahead for a yard sale, you can improve your chances of optimizing your profits.

You also may want to post flyers to highlight your furniture to neighbors. These flyers can help you showcase your furniture to individuals who won't have to travel too far to pick it up.

Don't forget to share information about your furniture with family members and friends too. These loved ones may even be able to share details about your furniture Ė along with other items that you plan to sell Ė with their friends on social media.

Lastly, when it comes to selling furniture, it usually helps to collaborate with a real estate agent. In addition to helping you sell your home, a real estate agent can provide expert recommendations to help you get rid of furniture prior to moving day.

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Posted by Poirier Realty on 2/23/2018

287 Whitney St, Leominster, MA 01453



Type of Comm.
Lot Size
4,810 sf of distribution, lt manufacturing space featuring three (3) 12' X 12' Drive in doors, three (3) 8' X 8' dock doors ( step van level, possible convert one to trailer ht), 18' ht,,city water /sewer. Close to Rt 2, I-190. Rent includes nets. Tenant pays utilities.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Poirier Realty on 2/20/2018

This Land in Leominster, MA recently sold for $295,000. This style home was sold by - Poirier Realty.

153 Nashua, Leominster, MA 01453


Sale Price

Land Type
zoned MU1 allowing for many uses. Consult Leominster zoning ordinance

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