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OUTSTANDING COLONIAL WITH FARMER PORCH. LARGE FAMILY ROOM WITH BRICK FIREPLACE*** 4 BEDROOMS *** 3 FULL BATHS *** 3 CAR GARAGE *** MAIN FLOOR INCLUDES A GRACIOUS LIVING ROOM, LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/ BRICK FIREPLACE, EAT-IN KITCHEN WITH DOUBLE OVEN, GRANITE COUNTERS, STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, ELEGANT 20FT DINNING ROOM, & FULL BATH. *** 2ND FLOOR WITH 4 GENEROUS BEDROOMS, MASTER WITH WALKING CLOSET & DOUBLE SINKS, & 2 FULL BATHS. ***ATTIC WITH 2 EXTRA ROOMS THAT COULD BE USED AS GAME ROOM /BEDROOM... YOU CHOOSE! *** FINISHED BASEMENT WITH OFFICE & GAME ROOM.. *** HUGE YARD WITH UNDERGROUND SPRINKLERS, & LARGE COMPOSITE DECK. *** CENTRAL WATER FILTER. *** ENERGY EFFICIENT GAS HEATING BY BUDERUS, & CENTRAL VACCUM. ALL THIS, AND MUCH MORE.... A MUST SEE! OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY JUNE 23RD FROM 10:00-11:30AM.

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7 Cormier Cir, Milford, MA 01757

Single-Family

$595,000
Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
OUTSTANDING COLONIAL WITH FARMER PORCH. LARGE FAMILY ROOM WITH BRICK FIREPLACE*** 4 BEDROOMS *** 3 FULL BATHS *** 3 CAR GARAGE *** MAIN FLOOR INCLUDES A GRACIOUS LIVING ROOM, LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/ BRICK FIREPLACE, EAT-IN KITCHEN WITH DOUBLE OVEN, GRANITE COUNTERS, STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, ELEGANT 20FT DINNING ROOM, & FULL BATH. *** 2ND FLOOR WITH 4 GENEROUS BEDROOMS, MASTER WITH WALKING CLOSET & DOUBLE SINKS, & 2 FULL BATHS. ***ATTIC WITH 2 EXTRA ROOMS THAT COULD BE USED AS GAME ROOM /BEDROOM... YOU CHOOSE! *** FINISHED BASEMENT WITH OFFICE & GAME ROOM.. *** HUGE YARD WITH UNDERGROUND SPRINKLERS, & LARGE COMPOSITE DECK. *** CENTRAL WATER FILTER. *** ENERGY EFFICIENT GAS HEATING BY BUDERUS, & CENTRAL VACCUM. ALL THIS, AND MUCH MORE.... A MUST SEE! OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY JUNE 23RD FROM 10:00-11:30AM.
Open House
Saturday
June 23 at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
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Location: 7 Cormier Cir, Milford, MA 01757    Get Directions

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7 Cormier Cir, Milford, MA 01757

Single-Family

$595,000
Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
OUTSTANDING COLONIAL WITH FARMER PORCH. LARGE FAMILY ROOM WITH BRICK FIREPLACE*** 4 BEDROOMS *** 3 FULL BATHS *** 3 CAR GARAGE *** MAIN FLOOR INCLUDES A GRACIOUS LIVING ROOM, LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/ BRICK FIREPLACE, EAT-IN KITCHEN WITH DOUBLE OVEN, GRANITE COUNTERS, STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, ELEGANT 20FT DINNING ROOM, & FULL BATH. *** 2ND FLOOR WITH 4 GENEROUS BEDROOMS, MASTER WITH WALKING CLOSET & DOUBLE SINKS, & 2 FULL BATHS. ***ATTIC WITH 2 EXTRA ROOMS THAT COULD BE USED AS GAME ROOM /BEDROOM... YOU CHOOSE! *** FINISHED BASEMENT WITH OFFICE & GAME ROOM.. *** HUGE YARD WITH UNDERGROUND SPRINKLERS, & LARGE COMPOSITE DECK. *** CENTRAL WATER FILTER. *** ENERGY EFFICIENT GAS HEATING BY BUDERUS, & CENTRAL VACCUM. ALL THIS, AND MUCH MORE.... A MUST SEE! OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY JUNE 23RD FROM 10:00-11:30AM.
Open House
Saturday
June 23 at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 7 Cormier Cir, Milford, MA 01757    Get Directions

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Choosing the right lighting for your home not only enhances it visually, but can also make it a safer and more secure place to live.

While an interior decorator or electrician can offer you additional suggestions about upgrading your home's lighting efficiency and appearance, here are a few helpful lighting tips and ideas to consider.

  • Dimmer switches can be a highly desirable feature to include in most rooms in your house. You only use them on an as-needed basis, and they're great for reducing eye strain, creating a more relaxing environment, and conserving electricity. Although dimmer switches are relatively easy to install, hiring a reasonably priced electrician is good insurance against getting an electrical shock or doing it incorrectly.
  • Flood lights strategically placed in different areas of your property can help keep away trespassers, burglars, and vandals. Motion-activated security lights are especially effective at deterring crime and sending intruders on their way. While lighting alone does not comprise a fail-proof home security system, it is one of several methods that, when used together, can keep your home, property, and family safe.
  • Adequate outside lighting helps prevent family members and visitors from falling, tripping, and getting injured on your property when approaching your home at night. This is especially important for those who are elderly or vision impaired.
  • Outdoor lighting can also be effectively used for decorative purposes on porches, patios, backyard decks, and walkways.
Light Bulb Facts

If you're wondering why old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs are becoming harder to find on store shelves, it's because of two things:

  1. The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007: It was enacted to for several reasons, including eliminating wasteful energy products from the market, helping the United States become more energy independent, and reducing harmful emissions from coal-fired power plants. Although some consumers prefer the old-fashioned incandescent light bulb, it's interesting to know that they're only 10% efficient. What that means, says the EPA, is that 90% of the electricity it uses is lost to heat.
  2. Consumers want to save money on energy consumption. Here's what the EPA says on the subject: "Because lighting accounts for approximately 12% of the average household’s energy bill, more efficient options will help consumers save money on their utility bills."
Those more efficient options include compact fluorescent lights (CFL), light emitting diode bulbs (LED), and halogen bulbs. Although energy efficient lights can be somewhat more expensive initially, they last longer and typically use about 25%-80% less energy than traditional incandescent light bulbs. That's the word from the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Based on figures from the EPA, consumers can also save money by using Energy Star-qualified LED bulbs, which use at least 75 percent less energy and last 15 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

With its economical features and versatile uses in and around the house, there are a lot of benefits to be had from choosing the right lighting.


There are countless variables in life which make it nearly impossible to predict the future. Whether you're talking about your own life, your children's future, or how society will change in coming years, we can only make educated guesses about where any of us will be in a decade or two.

One of the few things we can predict with a high degree of certainty is the continued growth of the senior citizen population. According to the Institute on Aging, the percentage of retirement-age adults in the United States will reach 20% by the year 2030. That's when the youngest members of the so-called "Baby Boomer Generation" will turn 65.

Although the proportion of older Americans will level off after that, the actual number of people in that demographic group will keep increasing. An advantage of growing older in the next few decades is that we will be in good company! As a result, services, societal attitudes, and government programs will likely be more in-tune to the needs of an aging population.

Empty Nest Syndrome

When children grow up and leave the nest, middle-aged parents often look around them and re-evaluate their needs. As more people reach retirement age, a major lifestyle decision many couples will be weighing is the possibility of "downsizing." While they may still want to be able to have enough room for family gatherings and overnight guests, a large home may no longer fit their lifestyle or financial goals.

Buying a condo, cottage, or other type of smaller home can offer retirees a lot of benefits, especially for those ready to scale back on property maintenance. Moving into a gated community or planned development can free you from the burden of lawn mowing, landscaping, and other time-consuming maintenance tasks. Since these potential benefits may also come with restrictions, it pays to fully understand and feel comfortable with Homeowner Association agreements.

There's also the option of purchasing a smaller and easier-to-manage new home in which you don't have to comply with the requirements and fees of an HOA. For senior citizens of all ages, moving to a house that has a smaller yard to maintain and fewer stairs to climb can make life a lot easier. More compact homes also bring with them the advantages of lower heating and cooling costs.

Depending on financial resources and goals, some Baby Boomers decide to keep their family homestead and buy a second property for vacation purposes, rental income, or a combination of both. While that may seem like the opposite of downsizing, costs can be offset by renting the vacation home to reliable tenants or sharing it with family and friends. Owning a second home also gives you the option of transitioning completely to it when you are ready to downsize or relocate.




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