Thursday, December 6, 2012
This week's house for sale.
This single family home at 377 Reservoir St., Norton is being marketed for $90,000. It has two bedrooms, one full bathroom, 832 square feet of space and .34 acres of land. This listing is brokered by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. For more information visit New England Moves.
Thursday, May 12, 2011
A sampling of homes sold in the area May 6 - 9.
Click on the photo at right to look at a photo gallery of homes that sold in Norton and surrounding communities from May 6 to 9. MLS data courtesy of www.newenglandmoves.com. In the market for a new home? Be sure to check out our House Hunt column on Fridays for open houses in your area. 6 Chase Landing, Easton Listed price: $377,900 Sale price: $373,000 Sold: May 6 Days on market: 170 Bedrooms: 3 Full bathrooms: 2 Half bathrooms: 1 Square feet: 2,200 Acres: .92 113 Prospect Street, Easton Listed price: $349,800, originally $399,800 Sale price: $315,000 Sold: May 9 Days on market: 385 Bedrooms: 3 Full bathrooms: 1 Half bathrooms: 1 Square feet: 1,700 Acres: .7 44 Sully Lane, Attleboro Listed price: $329,900, originally $359,900 Sale …
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Another weekend snowfall expected.
During the last snowstorm that dumped about 14 1/2 inches of snow on Norton, one resident had his mailbox hit by a plow. The Highway Department policy is that if the truck causes damage to property, they will repair or replace it. "Anything to do with the snow itself hitting something and destroying it, we do not repair it because we have to move the snow back. If the structure isn't strong enough to take the snow impact, you have to repair it if it falls over," said Keith Silver, Highway Superintendent. In the incident of the mailbox, the plow operator did not see the mailbox and backed up over it. The property owner called the police, who put him or her in contact with Silver. "It might take a couple of weeks or more [to fix it], …
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Crane Street property will expand waste water treatment plant for three towns.
Mansfield selectmen put pen to paper at their Dec. 8 regular meeting, signing authorization for a purchase and sale of a 42-acre parcel of land off Crane Street in Norton and Taunton, owned by Norton residents Roy and Tracey Kok. The agreement clears the way for the next steps in what likely will be two more years of planning and negotiations for the expansion of the regional wastewater treatment plant on Hill Street. The property will serve as a recharge area for treated wastewater from the Norton based, Mansfield-operated regional sewer plant, and will allow the eventual expansion of the plant for the benefit of Norton, Mansfield and Foxboro residents and businesses. Several years ago, the State Department of Environmental Engineering …