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Posted by Kalstar Realty Services on 2/18/2019


3 Tow Road , Wareham, MA 02571

Wareham (village)

Commercial

$2,500,000
Price

1
# of Buildings
FOR SALE: 3 acres, 6,000 sqft metal building, 4ft concrete knee wall, 6 bay doors, 18ft to eve. Property has all utility connections including town SEWER. Currently by-right automotive and truck repair shop, this industrial zoned site has a wide range of possible by-right uses; warehouse, light mfg, prof office, high tech. Exceptional location to service clients from, draw customers to or for employees to commute to. Interstate 195 and 495 are a few turns away. Property benefits from major road / hwy infrastructure improvements made for retail shopping centers. Millions are being invested in this PRIME West Wareham market. National / regional new construction retail, industrial, office, hospitality, apartments erected in recent years. 100,000+ sqft more planned. All proposals considered.
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Posted by Kalstar Realty Services on 2/16/2019


3 Conservation Dr, Yarmouth, MA 02675

Yarmouth Port

Single-Family

$415,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A very sought after area of Yarmouth port and 6A . Grays beach just minutes away, views of Kings Way Golf course. A wonderful quiet neighborhood that is great for walking . You will love the new dark hardwood floors. Oak kitchen and black granite counter tops. An awesome finished walk out basement with a half bath which has room for a shower if you want it as a in law or quest area. A must see to appreciate. All new windows, siding, bathrooms. A new Navient heating system through out.
Open House
Saturday
February 16 at 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
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Posted by Kalstar Realty Services on 2/13/2019


3 Conservation Drive , Yarmouth, MA 02675

Yarmouthport

Single-Family

$405,000
Price

6
Total Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A must see to appreciate. New roof, siding, bathrooms, windows. All new Navient heating system. New stainless steel appliances with black granite counter top. A great walk out basement with a half bath with plenty of room to add a shower and make it a nice in law unit or a third bedroom. Large back deck overlooking a cape cod yard. Views from the front of Kings way golf course. A wonderful sought after neighborhood of higher priced homes. A must see, not a drive by on a nice corner lot. Agent Owned.
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Saturday
February 16 at 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
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Posted by Kalstar Realty Services on 2/13/2019

One of the best benefits of finally owning your own home is the ability to easily have friends and family over for both small get-togethers and large celebrations. And what gathering is complete without cocktails to kick off the event?

Step One: The Cart

Don’t be afraid to get creative and “hack” a cart of your own creation. There are many stylish bar cart options available both brand new and found in antique shops. However, a bar cart can easily be made from any sort of cart of your choosing or even not be a cart at all! Bookshelves and credenzas make for great bar cart alternatives.

The goal is to find something that fits your style, preferences and, of course, your cocktail collection. Consider if you’d like a built-in rack to hold liquor bottles or a drawer to store utensils. What you want for sure is a surface area large enough to work from and, if there are shelves, enough space to allow for bottle heights.

Step Two: Stock Up

If you don’t have one already, you’ll want to start building up a collection. Aim to have a bottle of each “go-to” type to cater to your guest’s variety of preferences. You’ll want to have a bottle each of vodka, whiskey, gin, tequila, rum, and brandy.

Opt for at least mid-shelf options. It’s okay to pick up small to medium sized bottles at first. Over time your collection will evolve and take on a “life” of its own where you’ll know what types, brands, and sizes to get to keep it well stocked. But to begin it’s wise to start small.

Step Three: The Fixings

Your next stop should be to pick up at least a few of the classic mixers: cranberry juice, coke, ginger ale/beer, and soda water. Others to consider are tomato, pineapple, and orange juice.

As your collection grows and evolves to become more complex you’ll probably want to consider cordials, syrups, bitters, and liqueurs. Simple syrup and aromatic bitters are perfect additions to a beginner collection.

Step Four: Tools of the Trade

Of course, you’ll need tools to craft your cocktails with. When getting started it’s very easy to find a kit with all the necessities. You’ll want to make sure you have a bottle opener, corkscrew, mixer, shaker, cocktail strainer, jigger, bar spoon, napkins and straws. Other handy tools to have are an ice bucket, muddler, and juicer.

If you’d like to keep a minimal cart cocktail tumblers will get the job done for most cocktails. However. If you’d like to have a full array you’ll need:

  • High ball (10 to 14 fl oz)

  • Low ball (4 to 10 fl oz)

  • White wine

  • Red wine

  • Martini

  • Shot glasses

Step Five: Putting It Together

The trick to making your bar cart (or really any grouping of items) look carefully curated and appealing is to follow a couple of design rules.

  1. Group like-items together. So liquor bottles are in one grouping, and glasses in another. Decorative trays add to the aesthetic while also maintaining order.

  2. Place short items towards the front and tall to the back. This creates uniformity and a tidy display. It also ensures nothing gets hidden or lost in the process if you have a large collection.

The rest is about creating a unique-to-you display. It’s common to display a painting behind or above the cart and add a vase of flowers or lamp. When purchasing items for your cart keep your home decor in mind. Does a sleek set bar tools create a similar aesthetic? Or perhaps an eclectic mix found at flea markets and specialty shops. If your area has local distilleries picking up bottles from these brands creates a truly unique display.




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Posted by Kalstar Realty Services on 2/12/2019


732 Satucket, Barnstable, MA 02631

Single-Family

$420,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
With the serenity of the town of Brewster and an area of more expensive homes, this house has 1.44 acres of land with access to Canoe Pond. There are two bedrooms located on the first floor and an over-sized 3rd bedroom on the second floor. There is also an 18x22 barn and a 12x17 shed on the property. A convent location for shops in Brewster and Dennis.
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Saturday
February 16 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Great property with access to Canoe Pond.
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