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Victorian Home, Built Around 1900, Features Stained Glass, Grand Stairway, Other Features

140 Hartford Ave.

A Victorian home at 140 Hartford Ave. East, Uxbridge, built around 1900 for the Whitin family, offers amenities rarely seen today, such as stained-glass windows, a wrap-around porch, a foyer with a grand stairway, window seats and lots of natural woodwork. 140 Hartford Ave.140 Hartford Ave.

But its Victorian charm is complemented by modern amenities, such as an auxiliary heating system and an updated kitchen featuring a five-burner AGA Legacy gas stove and other new appliances, plenty of counter space and cabinets, plus an island. 140 Hartford Ave.

The home, which has been listed by Kathy Craig of ERA Key for $814,900, makes full use of its 1.5 acre lot and 4,275 square-feet of living area. It features five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a private office, a third-floor game room, and a basement with a large exercise area, a utility room and a laundry room. 

The home, which has hardwood floors throughout, includes a spacious dining room with a built-in cabinet and a canvas-covered ceiling, a living room with a fireplace, and a family room that’s ideally suited for entertaining. If the ample closet...

Cohen Honored by RACM for 20 Years of Service

Valerie Cohen, a Realtor in the Framingham office, received a pin for 20 years of service during the recent annual meeting of The Realtor Association of Central Massachusetts.Valerie Cohen

Valerie has extensive experience with clients seeking to relocate and working with military personnel. She was named to the Circle of Achievement, which includes agents who have sold at least 45 units or total volume of at least $6 million, for each of the past several years.

She co-chairs the Framingham office’s charitable giving committee, which determines where funds from the ERA Key Realty Services Charitable Trust will be donated. She also regularly volunteers for charitable events sponsored by the Framingham office.

She is a graduate of Queensborough Community College of The City University of New York (CUNY). She has earned certifications as an Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR), a Cartus Network Referral Specialist (CNRS), a Military Relocation Professional (MRP) and a Distinctive Property Specialist (DPS). She is a member of the Realtor Association of Central Massachusetts (RACM), the Massachusetts Association of Realtors (MAR) and the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

“During her two decades of service, Valerie has not only become one of our top agents,” Framingham Manager Ali Corton said, “she has also shown a real commitment to community service. Whether she’s helping someone in the military find a home or volunteering at a charitable event, she always seems to be helping someone.”


Framingham Office Donates $1,500 to Three Area Non-Profits

Family Promise Metrowest

ERA Key’s Framingham office recently donated $500 each to the Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton, and the Metrowest Symphony Orchestra and Family Promise Metrowest, both of Natick.

The $1,500 in donations were made through the ERA Key Realty Services Charitable Trust. Baypath Humane Society is dedicated to providing shelter, care, humane treatment and loving homes for stray or unwanted companion animals. The Metrowest Symphony Orchestra has been providing classical and pops concerts, using both professional and volunteer musicians, for the enjoyment of area residents since 1973. Family Promise Metrowest provides shelter, education and comprehensive support to families that are facing homelessness.Baypath Humane Society

“With all the challenges faced locally in the tight and expensive housing market,” Framingham Manager Ali Corton said, “we are glad to support local agencies providing much-needed resources to our community’s most vulnerable people and pets.” 

Pictured, top, left to right, are, back row, ERA Key’s Nelson Zide, Eliz Portal of Family Promise, ERA Key’s Ali Corton and Valerie Cohen; seated, ERA Key’s Cheyenne Dellasanta and Rob Haser of HUNT Mortgage. Above, left to right, are Zide, Baypath’s Elizabeth Jeffries, Corton and Cohen; seated, Dellasanta and Haser.