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76 Winthrop Street, Quincy, MA 02169

Houghs Neck

Single-Family

$524,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Call the movers! Enjoy this great spacious 7 room, 4 bed, 1.5 bath Garrison Colonial built new in 2006. Central Air for the warm days ahead. Nice hardwood floors in the gas fireplace living room & dining room. Large eat in tiled kitchen with stainless steel appliances & new quartz counter. 1/2 bath & laundry hook ups on the first floor. New on demand Navian water heater. 2nd floor has 4 good size bedrooms with newer wall to wall carpet & a full bath. 3rd floor is finished & would make a great family room or extra bedroom. One car oversize garage, deck, off street parking & fenced yard. Enjoy the fresh sea air from nearby Quincy Bay. A little part of the yard is in a flood zone. Owner has a preferred flood policy in place for $584 annually that is transferable to the new owner..
Open House
Saturday
April 21 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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76 Winthrop Street, Quincy, MA 02169

Houghs Neck

Single-Family

$524,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Call the movers! Enjoy this great spacious 7 room, 4 bed, 1.5 bath Garrison Colonial built new in 2006. Central Air for the warm days ahead. Nice hardwood floors in the gas fireplace living room & dining room. Large eat in tiled kitchen with stainless steel appliances & new quartz counter. 1/2 bath & laundry hook ups on the first floor. New on demand Navian water heater. 2nd floor has 4 good size bedrooms with newer wall to wall carpet & a full bath. 3rd floor is finished & would make a great family room or extra bedroom. One car oversize garage, deck, off street parking & fenced yard. Enjoy the fresh sea air from nearby Quincy Bay. A little part of the yard is in a flood zone. Owner has a preferred flood policy in place for $584 annually that is transferable to the new owner..
Open House
Saturday
April 21 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Great house. Bring or send your buyers. All cards will be honored.
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76 Winthrop Street, Quincy, MA 02169

Houghs Neck

Single-Family

$524,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Call the movers! Enjoy this great spacious 7 room, 4 bed, 1.5 bath Garrison Colonial built new in 2006. Central Air for the warm days ahead. Nice hardwood floors in the gas fireplace living room & dining room. Large eat in tiled kitchen with stainless steel appliances & new quartz counter. 1/2 bath & laundry hook ups on the first floor. New on demand Navian water heater. 2nd floor has 4 good size bedrooms with newer wall to wall carpet & a full bath. 3rd floor is finished & would make a great family room or extra bedroom. One car oversize garage, deck, off street parking & fenced yard. Enjoy the fresh sea air from nearby Quincy Bay. A little part of the yard is in a flood zone. Owner has a preferred flood policy in place for $584 annually that is transferable to the new owner..
Open House
Saturday
April 21 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Great house. Bring or send your buyers. All cards will be honored.
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Thankfully, the human brain is usually a pretty efficient mechanism for keeping our lives organized, healthy, and safe.

However, when we're rushed, overwhelmed, or feeling stressed, important tasks, safety measures, and priorities are sometimes forgotten.

Most of the time, this does not pose an imminent health or safety threat, but there are exceptions. Fortunately, there are often simple solutions available and preventative measures we can take.

Finding high-tech (or low-tech) ways to remember important things can provide you and your family with improved home safety, more peace of mind, and other benefits.

Here are a few strategies for overcoming the pitfalls of occasional forgetfulness.

  • Practice present moment awareness. You'll tend to be happier, healthier, and safer when you condition your mind to stay in the present moment as much as possible. Although there is a lot of value in planning for the future and dwelling on happy memories, it's counterproductive to worry about problems that might never happen or regret things from the past that can't be changed. People waste a lot of energy and create self-imposed stress when they spend more than a few seconds worrying or regretting. Staying focused on the present moment also has some health and safety implications worth mentioning. For example, how many times have you left the house (or gone to bed) and wondered if you locked the door, turned off the oven, or unplugged the iron? Getting yourself in the habit of bringing your mind back to the task at hand and being more aware of what you're doing will help you avoid some of these potential dangers, concerns, and distracting  thoughts.
  • Set an alarm as a reminder. If you set an alarm on your mobile device or computer to remind yourself to get ready for an appointment, send an important email, make a phone call, or check on the progress of dinner in the oven, then you never have to worry about getting distracted and losing track of time.
  • Good habits can be a lifesaver. Going through a mental inventory before you leave the house or go to bed can help reduce forgetfulness about locking doors, turning off kitchen appliances, and reactivating the smoke alarm. And speaking of smoke alarms, the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) recommends that homeowners check the batteries in their smoke detectors once a month and replace them with fresh batteries at least once a year. It also urges people to completely replace their smoke alarms every 10 years. Important safety note: The federal agency strongly discourages people from removing smoke detector batteries to silence the device while cooking. Instead, it recommends opening a window, waving a towel at the alarm to clear the air [a paper plate also works], pressing a "hush" button if the unit has one, or moving the alarm several feet away from the cooking area.
While you can't always depend on old-fashioned memory techniques like tying a string around your finger, effective ways to jog your memory can range from using cell phone alarms and appointment-reminder software to low-tech strategies like Post-it notes, to-do lists, wall calendars, and calendar books.


200 Cove Way, Quincy, MA 02169

Rental

$2,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Spectacular water views from every room in this great spacious 9th floor unit in Captains Cove. Well maintained building with lots of amenities~~outdoor swimming pool, tennis court & exercise room. Hardwood floors & Laundry in the unit. Master bedroom with master bath & walk in closet. Dining area off the kitchen. Sliders from the living room to a large balcony overlooking the pool & Marina. One deeded parking space. Great spot to enjoy the skyline of Boston & 4th of July fireworks in the distance. Unit will be professionally cleaned before move in. Good credit , landlord & work references required. Brokers please prescreen your clients.
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