This lovely and meticulous townhouse, conveniently located in sought-after Chestnut Hill, is part of the 12-unit Heathwood Lane Condominium Association. A large entrance way leads to an open-concept, oversized living room with large windows, access to a delightful deck overlooking the lush backyard, and opens to a gracious dining area. The updated and spacious eat-in kitchen has new stainless steel appliances, including beverage refrigerator, and is connected to a sitting area. This level has a half bathroom and direct access to an oversized one-car garage. The second level is comprised of a spacious primary bedroom suite with a walk-in closet and large bathroom, two additional bedrooms, and a good-sized bathroom. 2021 updates include new flooring on the first level, wall-to-wall carpeting on the second level, and freshly painted interior. This property has central air-conditioning, wonderful outdoor space, and is near Route 9, The Street, the “T”, and all Chestnut Hill has to offer.
Debby Belt, a native Bostonian, well known for her responsiveness and perseverance, will vigorously represent your interests to create the best financial outcome possible.
Debby, a skilled and savvy negotiator, has a strong marketing background and an extensive network with a strong knowledge of the Boston metro area. She has been successful representing buyers and sellers of real estate in the most competitive environments and will work with you to meet your particular selling and or purchasing objectives.
Debby is a long-time volunteer and leader in her community. She previously served as the chair of Journey to Safety, was PTO President of the Angier School, and was on the executive board of the Northwestern University Hillel.
She is among the top 1 percent of Realogy Brokerage Group (RBG) agents nationally and was awarded a top producer designation by Boston Magazine in 2018, 2019, and 2020. Debby graduated from Northwestern University, where she also received a masters degree. She and her husband, Erik, have three grown-up daughters and live in Waban with their labradoodle, Arrow.
Janice Lipof brings years of experience in brokerage, design and development to her buyer and seller clients. As a Hammond agent, Janice's strong work ethic, attention to detail and keen ability to listen and understand her clients' needs, help her build a level of trust with them throughout all phases of a real estate transaction. Further deepening her knowledge of all facets of real estate, Janice worked as a design consultant for a premier MetroWest-area developer, and has personally developed multi-unit projects on Beacon Hill and the Back Bay. Janice prides herself on being a never-ending student of the marketplace, continuously analyzing past markets in order to understand the present and guide her clients to the future.
A longtime Newton resident and Simmons University graduate, Janice has been very active within the Newton Public Schools, which her two daughters attended. She has served as PTO President of Memorial Spaulding Elementary School, and she continued to volunteer extensively throughout the school system. Additionally, she has played an integral role in the numerous campaign successes of several local politicians, including her husband Rick Lipof, who currently serves as Vice President of the Newton City Council and Ward 8 City Councilor at Large. She also enjoys volunteering with local non-profit agencies such as IMPACT Melanoma, the Centre Street Food Pantry, and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute as a Peer Mentor through the SoulMate program.
Janice looks forward to assisting you with all of your residential real estate needs.