Wolcott Realty | Westfield Real Estate, Russell Real Estate, West Springfield Real Estate

155 Maple St, Springfield, MA 01105

So End Central



Commercial Condo
Type of Comm.
Lot Size
Three private offices and large bull pen (waiting room) in well maintained - well managed office condominium building. Building is home to several professional offices and home health care agencies. Lots of parking and on bus route. Easy access to Interstate 90, 291 and 91.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

This Single-Family in East Longmeadow, MA recently sold for $235,000. This Cape style home was sold by Office Russell - Wolcott Realty.

58 North Circle Drive, East Longmeadow, MA 01028


Sale Price

**MULTIPLE OFFER DEADLINE - SUNDAY 8/2 NOON!** This is a lot of house at this price! Don't let your buyer miss this one! FOUR great size bedrooms and TWO FULL baths! Wood floors throughout and fresh paint in most interior rooms. The kitchen could use a facelift and with a little creativity this could be your dream kitchen/entertaining space, or leave it as is, the upgraded countertop offers plenty of work space and the separate dining room is perfect for serving up the every day or the Holiday meals! Cozy up to the fireplace in the living room this winter or simply enjoy the ease of a gas heating system! The location of this home is a huge piece of the value here. The backyard offers a nice level of privacy with a lightly wooded area and the street dead ends at a conservation area! The basement is wide open and ready to be finished and the attached two car garage offers ample space for storage in addition to all season coverage for your vehicles.

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9 Island Acres Rd, Blandford, MA 01008



Land Type
Four acres in Blandford on Otis line-has passed perc test in the past. Very private 22 foot camper on site to remain.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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1090 Worthington St, Springfield, MA 01109

Hill McKnight



Full/Half Baths
Spectacular 15 room Tudor Mansion in Springfield's historic McKnight neighborhood. This grand and spacious home has been lovingly restored, maintained, and modernized while preserving its elegance and old world charm. Over 6000 sq. ft. featuring oak floors throughout, beamed ceilings, wainscoting, and plaster strapping for the living room ceiling. Stained glass windows on the grand stairway are just some of the fabulous design features in this artisan home, as are the large fireplaces. Fully updated kitchen with granite ...gardens enhance the beauty of the 1/2 acre grounds of this stunning and historically accurate home. Additional upgrades include in ground sprinklers and remote control gate. Absolutely a one-of-a-kind gem!
Open House
July 25 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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When it comes to homeowner’s associations, you need to know what type yours is before you determine whether to “join” it. There are two types of associations, covenant-based and voluntary. When homeowners ask about requirements to join a homeowner’s association, they may believe it is optional, but if our association is covenant-based, you have automatic membership by virtue of being a property owner.

Here’s How They Work

A voluntary association is a group of property owners that collectively decide how to improve their neighborhood. By the time you move into the neighborhood, the HOA may be well-established, so you’re not aware of how it started. Such HOAs are more similar to neighborhood improvement clubs, local sports team sponsors and other folks that join in order to develop a sense of community.

A covenant-based HOA is a contract that is part of the land purchase agreement within a development. That means that all property owners automatically must retain membership and that agreement is binding on all future owners within the specified development.

Future Owners

You might question how a contract is binding on future owners, but in the case of a covenant-based homeowner’s association, the covenant “runs with” the property as recorded in the county land records office. The document that spells out the covenants attaches to the property deed. When you buy a lot or home in the development, the original deed and any liens or covenants that attach to it become your responsibility.

Often, the original developer set up and controlled the association until the last piece of land sold or a sufficient number of homes sold so that the running of the association could transfer to the owners. Typically, these determinations are part of the original covenant documents filed with the county records. HOAs run by a board of elected owners from within the development. Unlike a voluntary association, renters or leaseholders cannot become members even though they are bound by the rules and conditions of the association.

Know Which Type It Is

Before you choose to purchase a home in a neighborhood with an association, learn whether it is voluntary or covenant-based. Ask to see copies of the covenants, conditions and rules (CC&Rs) before you commit to purchasing in that development. Your real estate agent can write a contingency into your purchase contract to require approval of the CC&Rs if you’re concerned about living within the HOA.