120 Parsons Hill Drive,

Conway, MA

3 BR | 2.5 BA | 3,333 sq. ft.

120 Parsons Hill Drive,

Conway, MA

3 BR | 2.5 BA | 3,333 sq. ft.

Details

Heating & Hot Water:
  • Heating is oil fired, hot water baseboard.
  • A 275 gallon heating oil tank feeds an H. B. Smith boiler, which in turn provides heat to the home's baseboards as well as to the home's potable hot water heater.
Air Conditioning:
  • Air conditioning is achieved via Mitsubishi ductless mini split systems.
Electric:
  • Electric arrives through a modern, well labeled, 200 amp breaker panel.
  • The system is wired to accommodate the backup generator of your choice.
Water:
  • A private well provides ample water.
  • The water quality tested favorably.
Sewage:
  • The septic system has never had issues.
Telecommunications:
  • Comcast Cable provides high speed internet and a full range of television entertainment options.
Roofing
  • During renovations completed around 2006, the home's roofing was improved to include water and ice shield and 50 year, architectural roof shingles.
Siding & Trim:
  • The 2006 renovations also saw: 
    • the majority of the cedar siding replaced; and,
    • the painting of the home's exterior.
Windows:
  • The majority of the windows are Pella® thermal pane.
  • The first floor windows are over-sized, resulting in an abundance of natural light for the living and dining areas.
  • Ten, sizable windows make the second floor feel as bright and inviting as the downstairs.
  • Five skylights supplement two windows on the third floor.
Doors:
  • Six sets of thermal pane sliding glass doors add to the first floor's spacious feel and abundance of natural light.
Decks:
  • 1,250 square feet of decks along the front, back and north end of the home make its already ample living and dining areas feel all the larger.
Please Note:
  • Utility usage is presented in terms of amount consumed as opposed to expense paid.  
    Otherwise the expense variables of inflation, choice of supplier and market price fluctuation might skew your efforts to predict your future costs.
  • Consumption amounts shown are based on:
        (i.) a two-year average; and,  
       (ii.) records provided by the commodity providers (except as stated).
Heating & Hot Water:
  • Heating oil consumption averaged 878 gallons per year.
  • The owners supplemented the oil heat through the use of an efficient pellet stove. They report consumption of approximately 200 bags of pellets per year.
Electric:
  • Electric usage averaged 970 kWh (kilowatt hours) per month.
Propane (for the range top):
  • Propane usage averaged two gallons per month.