New Construction going up now! House will be ready for April delivery! Now is the time to choose your colors and options! Quality builder takes great pride in his work and you will love this hip roof Colonial poised on a beautiful corner lot! Wonderful and open L shaped kitchen and fireplaced livingroom will work great for entertaining.Perfect for those looking for open sight lines! Sliders leading to a deck overlooking woodsy privacy! The huge Kitchen features granite countertops with plenty of room for your kitchen table & chairs. There is a formal Diningroom too! On the 2nd floor you will appreciate a large Masterbedroom suite with walkin closet AND 2nd floor laundry! We love that! 3 more generous sized bedrooms or your space for the in home office you need! Plenty of room in the walkout basement to finish if needed. Minutes to major routes! Less than 15 minutes to the Mass Pike to the Auburn OR Sturbridge entrance.Still time to customize your space so have a look now!

This is a Colonial style home and features 7 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 1.49 Acres, and is currently available for $345,000.

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Maximizing space in a smaller bedroom and making that room look and feel larger isn’t impossible. These tips wont break the bank or drain months of your time.

Here are a few tips to make your small bedroom feel larger:

Paint: Use paint colors to your advantage. Light, cool colors and light, cool toned colors are the best for making your room look larger. Use vertical stripes to make your room feel tall. Paint your ceiling a dark color to enhance its larger, taller feel.

Furniture: Some pieces of furniture can make your room feel small. Avoid bulky bedframes and instead choose smaller, more delicate looking bedframes. The smaller bedframe will also take up less space in your room. For added perception of extra square footage, leave a few inches of space between your furniture and the wall. It will create the illusion of spaciousness as it makes the room look more open.

Wall-Mounted Nightstand: Instead of having bedside tables on each side of the bed, use floating shelves or wall mounted nightstands. It will make the room feel and look more open since more floor space will be seen.

Multipurpose Furniture: Storage beds work wonders. They create additional storage without adding any additional furniture. There are storage beds with under the bed storage and headboard storage.

Mirrors: Mirrors create the illusion of more space. This could be just by having a larger wall-mounted mirror in the room or adding floor to ceiling mirrors, which will dramatically increase the perception of a larger space.

Wall-Mounted Lighting: Having wall-mounted lighting aids in avoiding the issue of clutter on tables and shelves. It will draw the eye up instead of down at cluttered areas.

With just a few simple updates and some new furniture you can create the illusion of a larger bedroom. If you are looking to make some smaller updates then start with the cosmetic tips and move onto the larger ones when the time comes. Implementing just one tip will get you on your way to a bedroom with a grander feel.

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