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    On the Block

    For sale: What you get for $330,000

    A Randolph Colonial and a Brockton bungalow suit your third-of-a-million budget.

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    SQUARE FEET: 1,416

    LOT SIZE: 0.17 acre

    BEDROOMS: 4 BATHS: 1 full, 1 half


    LAST SOLD FOR: $263,000 in 2015

    PROS An all-American charmer on the outside, this 1900 Colonial welcomes visitors into a living room with surprisingly high ceilings. To the left, the dining room is the hub of the first floor, connecting a bedroom (now used as a playroom) with a walk-in closet, the half bath, and the modestly updated kitchen, with wide pine floors, pantry, and attached mudroom. Upstairs, the master and two smaller bedrooms share a newly updated full bath. The fenced-in yard is large and level, and a screened-in porch offers another outdoor option. Efficiency improvements include heat pump air conditioning and (leased) rooftop solar panels. CONS A lot of rooms in a pretty tight space.

    Christine McLellan, Todd A. Sandler Realtors, 781-817-3178,

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    SQUARE FEET: 1,246

    LOT SIZE: 0.15 acre

    BEDROOMS: 3 BATHS: 1 full


    LAST SOLD FOR: $180,000 in 2010

    PROS The farmer’s porch on this 1925 bungalow looks out on a quiet, dead-end street. Enter into a good-sized living room with refinished hardwoods (as in most of the first floor), which flows into a classic dining room with bay windows and a built-in hutch. Beyond that, a smaller but sleek new kitchen has granite counters, gray tile floors, and a stainless steel range and dishwasher. Also on the first floor: a bedroom at the front, updated full bath, and large, carpeted family room at the back. A narrow staircase leads to two bedrooms upstairs, and a screened-in porch offers access to the backyard. CONS No garage; BYO refrigerator.

    Tricia Cruise, Coldwell Banker, 508-930-5454,