ICON Realty Group Real Estate Services South Shore of Massachusetts



100 MARINA DRIVE, Quincy, MA 02171

Marina Bay

Condo

$469,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
OPEN HOUSE OCT.13TH SUNDAY 1-3PM!! :SEAPORT CONDOMINIUMS AT MARINA BAY! the GEM of Marina Bay, proudly sits on beautiful landscaped grounds, a short stroll to the boardwalk featuring restaurants, full service marina, shopping. Marina Bay offers a free shuttle to Red Line, seasonal ferry service. Wait no longer- this beautifully appointed condo residence features an expansive open floor plan, water view from a private balcony and 2 deeded garage spaces. Updates in 2018 were new wood flooring in each room, new kitchen with quartz countertops, SS appliances as well as new bathroom vanity and flooring.. Nothing to do but move in! The large master bedroom has a walk-in closet and ensuite bathroom. The 2nd bedroom also has a nice size closet. Enjoy the view and ocean breezes and picturesque fall foliage views. The condo fee includes everything with exception to electricity. Well-equipped fitness center for your convenience. Prof on-site management, front door security, guest pkg.
Open House
Sunday
October 13 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 100 MARINA DRIVE, Quincy, MA 02171    Get Directions

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The school has a significant role to play in the life of a child so, be careful when choosing. It is the most critical aspect of a person's life. All they become as an adult takes its roots in the schools they've attended. Therefore, finding the ideal school for your kids can make a massive difference in their academic performance as well as their overall success in life. 

How to choose a school for your child:

Do your research

The first step to take when selecting the right school for your child is to do a thorough investigation. The study will enable you to filter out the ones that are below standard. You need to know what works best for your child, the kind of environment that your child enjoys, and whether or not your child needs extra attention. The solution to these questions will indicate the type of school to choose for your child.

Affordability

As part of your research, you should also consider the fees/affordability of the school. You should choose a school that you can easily afford the cost without stretching your budget.

Know the core values of the school

Meet the management of the school to have an idea of their approach to schooling. 

Does the school meet your child's need? 

Another criterion to consider is their approach to teaching and learning. You must be sure that the school's strategy will be of great benefit to your child. For example, does the school have adequate support for a child that is a slow learner? How does the school foster growth, team building, and confidence?Consider the infrastructure Do they have classrooms that are well structured, tidy and conducive for learning? Do they have a playground of appropriate size for sporting events?

School curriculum 

You should also consider the school curriculum carefully because it determines what the teachers instruct your kids.

Pay the school a visit

The brochures and websites give you a good idea of the school but cannot be comparable to an actual visit. Book an appointment; check out the infrastructures like playground, classrooms, and restrooms among others. 

Academic performance

You should compare the school average exam's score with other schools, and this will give you an idea about their academic performance. A good record of ranks shows that the school is trying its best in the areas of sound and quality coaching in the STEM (Science Technology Mathematics and Engineering).

Teachers and the staff

When you visit the school, try to ask a question regarding the quality of the teachers and their qualifications.

Interview the students and parents for referrals

While the staff and the management may try to protect the interest of the school, the students and parents will give you honest information about the school, so don’t be shy to ask bold questions about their experiences.



100 MARINA DRIVE, Quincy, MA 02171

Marina Bay

Rental

$2,950
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
This is a gorgeous and highly desirable 5th floor condo residence of Seaport offering breathtaking views of the Boston skyline and beautiful blue water views from a large, entertainment size balcony. Open floor plan features an updated kitchen, living room and dining area with tray ceiling, recessed lights, crown molding design throughout. The beautiful, architectural balcony door adds delight to the city skyline view from these rooms! Master bedroom features a large, cedar lined walk in closet. Washer/dryer in unit for convenience. Secure bldg with underground garage parking for 2 cars -#206/#208! Complimentary use of a well-equipped fitness center. All in a well managed, quiet bldg on nicely landscaped grounds. Marina Bay offers a complimentary shuttle to the red line. You are a short stroll to the Marina boardwalk with restaurants, shopping, exciting nightlife, EZ access to Rt 93, mins to Boston. No smoking and no pets. Avg. elec. costs $70/month per owner. Avail Nov. 1st.
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100 MARINA DRIVE, Quincy, MA 02171

Marina Bay

Condo

$469,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Open House Sunday 12-1:30 PM :SEAPORT CONDOMINIUMS AT MARINA BAY! the GEM of Marina Bay, proudly sits on beautiful landscaped grounds, a short stroll to the boardwalk featuring restaurants, full service marina, shopping. Marina Bay offers a free shuttle to Red Line, seasonal ferry service. Wait no longer- this beautifully appointed condo residence features an expansive open floor plan, water view from a private balcony and 2 deeded garage spaces. Updates in 2018 were new wood flooring in each room, new kitchen with quartz countertops, SS appliances as well as new bathroom vanity and flooring.. Nothing to do but move in! The large master bedroom has a walk-in closet and ensuite bathroom. The 2nd bedroom also has a nice size closet. Enjoy the view and ocean breezes and picturesque fall foliage views. The condo fee includes everything with exception to electricity. There is a well-equipped fitness center for your convenience. Prof on-site management, front door security, guest pkg.
Open House
Sunday
October 06 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 100 MARINA DRIVE, Quincy, MA 02171    Get Directions

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Are you tired of visiting the vet virtually every other week of the month? Take a moment and think of the things you are doing wrong. For starters, what do you feed your pets? Your four-legged buddies may fit the bill of a companion, but it is crucial to know they are not humans.Consequently, some human foods are instead poisonous to your pets. While you may feel you are giving your pets a treat, you are feeding them with something toxic.

According to information from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), pet owners should be mindful of these foods while feeding their four-legged buddies. Check them out!

5 Human Foods That Could Harm Your Pets

  • Milk and Dairy. Humans possess a milk-digesting enzyme called lactase. Lactase helps humans to metabolize lactose, the sugar present in milk and dairy-based products, to simple sugars such as galactose and glucose that are readily absorbed by the body. Unfortunately, pets lack this milk-digesting enzyme. Consequently, feeding them with milk or other dairy-based product lead to digestive upset. Such a diet could lead to diarrhea, which means visiting the Vet yet again. Be careful!
  • Alcohol and its Products. Unlike the human body, alcohol and its products are harmful foods to pets. A little amount could cause central nervous system depression, vomiting, abnormal blood acidity, coma, or worse death in pets. Steer clear!
  • Raw Meat, Bones, and Eggs. Raw meat and eggs are harmful to both humans and animals. True, wild animals feed on raw meat, but they are better adapted compared to domestic pets. Furthermore, raw eggs contain avidin, an enzyme that decreases the absorption of B vitamin which when absent could lead to skin and coat problems.
  • Coconut and Coconut-based Products. Coconut oil and coconut water are profoundly harmful to pets. A little amount could lead to stomach upset and diarrhea. Therefore, experts advise pet owners to either stay away from these products or be mindful of the quantity they feed their pets.
  • Salty Snacks. Ingesting a large amount of salt is not healthy for humans and animals alike. A large amount of salt may lead to vomiting, diarrhea, tremors, seizures, and worse death due to sodium ion poisoning. Do not allow your pets near salty snacks. Be vigilant!

Spoiling your pets from time to time is okay. However, do it with extreme caution. Be sure to avoid these foods like the plague while feeding your pets!




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