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Posted by New World Realty on 6/2/2020


1637 Mineral Spring Ave, North Providence, RI 02904

Commercial

$11,195
Price

1
Buildings
Office
Type of Comm.
20,000.00
Lot Size
Fully built out medical office condo in well establshed medical office complex right next to Rite Aid pharmacy and close to corner with Route 7, Douglass Pike. Additional admin office on second floor.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by New World Realty on 6/2/2020


137 Fountain Ave, Cranston, RI 02920

Rental

$1,400
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Clean and bright 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom unit available immediately for rent. Updated carpeting in the bedrooms, wood laminate flooring in the kitchen, living room and hallways, and new deck to enjoy the backyard space this summer. First, last, and security required to move in. Each tenant 18 years or older to fill out application, and credit check and employment verification required. Non-refundable processing fee of $25 for each applicant.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real estate   Rental   02920   Cranston  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by New World Realty on 6/1/2020


1277 Jefferson Blvd, Warwick, RI 02886

Commercial

$339,900
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
11,136.00
Lot Size
Great opportunity to own a commercial building perfect for office with direct access to Jefferson Blvd. Close to the airport and major highways. Almost 5000 square feet with 3 finished levels (including basement) and 4 half bathrooms. Seller installing brand new air conditioning system.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real estate   Commercial   Warwick   02886  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by New World Realty on 5/31/2020

Photo by Chris Thornton from Pexels

Thanks to screens, we can enjoy being outdoors without all the dirt and insects.  Open windows let the breeze in without letting in anything else, and we can picnic on our screened-in porches without the bug spray.  Screens can generally take a lot of wear and tear, but when subjected to winds, weather, and contact with people and pets, they start to break down.  Fortunately, they are often easy to repair without costly maintenance. In fact, window and door screen repairs can be straightforward DIY projects.

Screens usually come in either aluminum or fiberglass material.  Either of these can be patched if the damage is minor, such as a rip or hole just a few inches in length.  Hardware stores sell kits specific to the screen’s make and material for patching small holes. Alternately if you have spare screen fabric on-hand you can construct and apply a patch yourself.  Start by cutting an even shape around the rip, like a square or rectangle. Place a piece of waxed paper under the hole so the adhesive does not stick to your workspace. Dab a light layer of an adhesive like super glue or rubber-based glue along the edge of the hole--you could use a toothpick or small paintbrush for this step.  Cut a patch out of your roll of spare screen that is about a half-inch larger than the hole.  Center the patch over the hole and press it onto the cut edges of the hole, allow to dry completely.  

If the damage is larger or if you would just prefer to replace the entire screen, this won’t cost you much time or effort either. 

  1. Locate a clear, flat workspace and lay the screen down flat. Use a flat instrument like a flathead screwdriver to remove the rubber screen retainer spline from the screen’s frame so you can remove the old screen.  Check to see if the spline is visibly cracked or weathered. If it is, replace it along with the screen material. 
  2. Measure the screen then cut the replacement screen to size using tin cutters or heavy-duty scissors. Allow yourself a few extra inches on each side to make installation a little easier. 
  3. Center the new screen on the frame and pull it tight over the frame edges. Secure it in place with strong tape. 
  4. Using a screen spline roller tool, fit the screen firmly down into the indentation on the frame while pulling it taut, then use the tool to push the rubber spline back into the indentation over the new screen.  Once the spline rests tightly down in the indentation, closely trim any excess screen around all the edges.  

If you are constructing a porch or outdoor kitchen and planning for a large amount of screen, you may want to consider using thin posts or vertical slats between large screen ‘windows’ instead of expanses of uninterrupted screen.  This lets you take down individual screens to repair or replace instead of more costly, larger-scale fixes.





Posted by New World Realty on 5/28/2020

This Land in North Attleboro, MA recently sold for $105,000. This style home was sold by - New World Realty.


0 Spruce St, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Land

$105,000
Price
$105,000
Sale Price

0.98
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Just under 1 acre of land located in North Attleboro. Easy access to both Route 1 & Route 1A. Zoned R-15 for a single family residence with plenty of frontage. Town water and gas at the street. Currently, town sewer ends at 92 Spruce Street, which is the single family residence next-door. Buyer & Buyer's Agent to do due diligence. All engineering, permitting, etc. is responsibility of the buyer. Sold as is.






Categories: Sold Homes