Blog :: 07-2012
NEW! Shanahan Real Estate Group and Paula Sughrue are proud to present 18 Charles Road in Winchester. Great opportunity to own in Winchester! Move right into this sun-filled townhouse in Winchester MA, in the desirable Muraco elementary school district. This home features beautiful hardwood floors and a spacious eat-in kitchen. Enjoy your privacy in the manicured back yard. Full basement with washer & dryer for your convenience. Centrally located to public transportation and just minutes from 93 & 95. Don't miss out! For more information, please visit the listing page.
NEW! Shanahan Real Estate Group is proud to present 304 Main Street in Winchester.Enjoy a location where you can walk to schools, town center and both train stations. This adorable dutch colonial has been meticulously maintained and updated. It has an updated kitchen with granite center island with seating, formal dining room and living room and beautiful sunny family room. This home has a newer heating system, sprinkler system and great basement with a playroom as well as a wine cellar. If you are one of those buyers who have been looking for a beautiful home in Lincoln School district (or know buyers that are), this is the house to see this week! Showings start Thursday July 12th and a public open house is scheduled for Sunday July 15th. For more information, view the listing page. If you want to schedule a showing or have questions about the Winchester MA real estate market, call or email us.
Roll out the red carpet! Shanahan Real Estate Group is going Hollywood this week!On Friday night, HGTV's House Hunters is airing an episode about a couple looking for a home in Winchester, with Karen Garrett appearing as their real estate agent. The show follows the couple around as they look at three different houses. At the end of the episode, the buyers decide on the house that they will purchase. This spring, the production team came to town and filmed the episode with the buyers and Karen. It was a really fascinating process of producing the show and something totally new to Karen and the buyers. There is a really critical level of detail from scrutinizing the objects in the background to ensuring that background noise is consistent and not disruptive. In fact, each scene is filmed three different times to ensure that the producers get the right angle and focus. Imagine trying to film a scene in downtown Winchester on a weekday afternoon at 5pm: the evening train, cars going down Thompson St, airplanes overhead and even a mail bin being pushed down the brick sidewalk- all of these things slow down the filming process! It has been such a fun process and very exciting to be part of House Hunters. We haven't seen the final episode, so we are very much looking forward to seeing the finished product (Karen is a little anxious!). Look for more House Hunters fun this week on our site and on Facebook, and be sure to tune in on Friday night at 10PM on HGTV.