October 5, 2022

For under $900k, Sharon 2-bedroom with lake rights

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For under 0k, Sharon 2-bedroom with lake rights

$899,900

Style Colonial

Year built 2010

Square feet 1,987

Bedrooms 2

Baths 2 full, 1 half

Sewer/water Private/public

Taxes $11,491 (2022)

Moving to a new town in the late spring offers great weather for meeting the neighbors, and this home with deeded rights to Lake Massapoag has feathered ones. Recent area residents include Iceland and lesser black-backed gulls, according to Massachusetts Audubon.

The proximity to the lake is a big draw for this young yellow-and-white-sided home, which sits on a lot a tad larger than a half acre at the end of a long gravel driveway with a retaining wall. Shorefront access is via a deeded right of way in a neighboring lot, according to the listing broker, Richard Gorden of RE/Max Distinct Advantage.

The house is New England-weather ready, offering a farmer’s porch turned screen porch with floor-to-ceiling openings. The inner porch door opens into a foyer with a stairwell to the left. The oak flooring extends to the right into a dining room with a big candle-like chandelier, wide windows, and beadboard wainscoting.

A colonial with a farmer's porch, yellow siding, white scalloped siding, an expanse of green lawn, a white picket fence delineating the front and back yards, and a white expanse of lawn. The house does not have shutters, but it boasts a bay window and a Palladian window.
The farmer’s porch was turned into a screen porch for enjoyment during more pleasant weather. —Haven Media Services
A screen porch that looks out to a green lawn and mature trees. The trees are full of leaves and the sky is mostly sunny. A pot of red geraniums is visible. A wicker sectional with light blue cushions fills the space. There are wind chimes and a ceramic poodle with a blue collar.
The view from the front porch, where the screens run from floor to ceiling. —Haven Media Services
A dining room with a mix of six wooden chairs of various styles, a large candle-like chandelier, three windows, and oak flooring. The front door, which is black with arched beadboard at the top and bottom is open. Stained glass artwork hangs from one of the windows next to stairs.
The dining room is just off the front entrance. —Haven Media Services

A hallway with a ceramic tile floor flows off the dining space past a half bath (with beige ceramic tile flooring, a white porcelain pedestal sink, and a window), a closet, and the laundry room.

The hallway ends but the ceramic tile continues into the eat-in kitchen. Four pairs of casement windows and a windowed door to a deck flood the space with natural light. Recessed fixtures stand at the ready when the sun sets. Farmhouse-style features include a vertical beadboard backsplash and cream-colored walls and cabinetry. The counters are granite, even on the island, which sports cabinetry in a natural wood tone, a beveled top, and seating for two. The appliances are stainless steel, and the room offers a walk-in pantry and a crystal chandelier over the dining area.

a kitchen with raised-panel cabinetry, a ceiling fan, an island with two wood stools (with backs), a ceramic tile floor that is sandy-colored, and a crystal chandelier over a glass table dining area with four cushioned seats on wheels.
The cabinets, walls, and beadboard are cream-colored in the kitchen. —Haven Media Services
A deck with a hot rub, a grill, and wrought-iron furniture without cushions. The view is of mature trees, the lawn, and the neighbor's beige house.
The deck is off the kitchen. —Haven Media Services

The stairwell at the front of the house is the ticket to the second floor, but the first stop is a great room with three skylights, several windows, an 18-foot-high ceiling, a ceiling fan, recessed lighting, a pendant light with an elongated glass shade, built-in bookshelves, a gas fireplace with a white wood mantel, and oak hardwood flooring.

The top floor houses two suites. The primary, or owner suite, is bright, with a 15-foot-high ceiling, sky-blue walls, a pair of sconces, three closets (the largest has double doors), and a glass slider to a deck.

A pocket door reveals an en-suite bath with ceramic tile flooring, a single white beadboard vanity, a shower insert with a glass door, white beadboard wainscoting, sky-blue walls, and a whirlpool tub nestled under a pair of casement windows.

A bedroom with a high ceiling, a Shaker style bed with a white duvet, sky-blue walls, and a slider to a balcony. The flooring is a hardwood, and a painting of Boston's Swan Boats hangs over the slider.
There’s a slider to a deck off the owner bedroom. —Haven Media Services
A bathroom with a separate shower that has sliding glass doors, a single vanity with a white beadboard front and a sandy-colored granite top, sky-blue walls, white beadboard wainscoting, and a whirlpool tub clad in brown tile.
The owner suite bath comes with a whirlpool tub and an inset shower. —Haven Media Services

The second suite is also a sunny spot. It features a bay window bump-out with a view of the lake, recessed lighting, mint green walls, gray carpet, and a closet with double doors. The en-suite bath offers a shower insert, ceramic tile flooring, beadboard wainscoting, and a single dark wood vanity with a porcelain sink.

A bedroom with mint green walls and gray carpet. There is recessed lighting, four windows, and a bed with a white duvet but no headboard or footboard. A multi-colored circular rug sits on top of the carpet, and a small candle-like chandelier hangs over a desk in the bump-out.
There is carpeting and a bay window bump-out in the guest suite. —Haven Media Services
A bathroom with a single wood vanity and a porcelain counter and sink. a single white medicine cabinet hangs on a mint green wall with white beadboard wainscoting. A tower rack/shelving holds white towels with black stripes and various everyday items.
The guest bath offers a single vanity, beadboard wainscoting, and an inset shower. —Haven Media Services

The basement is unfinished, and the two-car garage is tucked under the great room.

As of press time, an offer had been accepted on the home.

An aerial view of the neighborhood with homes hugging the coastline. Expanses of lawn, mature trees, and several docks are visible.
The home comes with deeded access to Lake Massapoag. —Haven Media Services
A view of a backyard with a deck, mature trees, an enclosed, fenced-in garden, a blue shed with white shutters, green grass, and an umbrella.
The home sits on a half-acre plus. —Haven Media Services

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