Date: 05/30/2015 Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM  
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Traditional garrison colonial in historic village area of East Sandwich! Enter into the 2,900 sq. foot home with formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, front to back living room with wood burning brick fireplace, updated half bath, first floor laundry, family room with cathedral ceiling, skylights, charming stone fireplace and Brazilian cherry wood floors. Study/media room off living room features beautiful built-in and cathedral beamed ceilings that provide lots of natural light. Lovely woodwork throughout the home and surround sound system. Upstairs you’ll find master bedroom with private bath and an additional 3 bedrooms and full bath. Beautiful landscaping on property, also features a deck, patio and stone walls, great for entertaining. Two car garage and partially finished basement. Enjoy nearby restaurants, beaches and shopping.

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If you live in or are buying an older home you may be concerned about asbestos. Asbestos was banned in 1978 because of the health risks associated with it.

Asbestos fibers are dangerous when inhaled.  The microscopic fibers can become lodged in the respiratory system and lead to asbestosis or scarring of the respiratory tissues.

Asbestos was commonly used as a binder and fire retardant in many building products. It can typically be found in acoustical ceiling tiles; thermal insulation of boilers and pipes; steel fireproofing, cement asbestos siding and roofing; tile and sheet floor coverings.

Inspectors are most concerned with what is known as friable asbestos (easily crumbled or pulverized to powder) and often recommend it be removed. It should always be removed and disposed of by a qualified contractor. Contact the Environmental Protection Agency for an updated list of qualified testing and or mitigation contractors.

 

 

 

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