Harold (Buddy) Pope | Francestown Real Estate, Amherst Real Estate, Hancock Real Estate



292 Tucker Mill Road, New Boston, NH 03070

Single-Family

$525,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A remarkably compelling farm property! Circa 1780's Cape-style post and beam home built to last for centuries coupled with an equally well constructed barn gives you a residence that you will be proud display to business associates and friends alike. The property has been tastefully renovated as required, though it remains quite pure. The property has been well-kept, well-maintained, and is simply of STANDOUT caliber, sure to appeal to the most discerning buyers of a small farm property. Call it your city escape, only 1.5 hours to Boston and 5 hours to NYC. Remove yourself on weekends (or permanently) from the hustle and bustle of city life. Consider organic farming in an area of wonderful recreational opportunity and small town life. Farmer's markets, bands on the common, great restaurants, 30 minutes to the Manchester airport and 1.5 hours to Logan airport, 3 hours to the upper Cape and close to some of NH's finest lakes and southern mountains as well as the Great Northern White Mountain National Forest. Nearby skiing, fishing, snowmobiling or antiquarian pursuits! The home has 4 working fireplaces, a first floor master suite where the walk-in master closet actually contains one of the fireplaces! A cozy keeping room boasts the working beehive oven inside a grand fireplace. Add a picture perfect Chef's kitchen, and a great family room and a metal roof to protect it all! A stunning location with fields, privacy, an awesome barn, chicken coop, and garden shed.
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292 Tucker Mill Road, New Boston, NH 03070

Single-Family

$525,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A remarkably compelling farm property! Circa 1780's Cape-style post and beam home built to last for centuries coupled with an equally well constructed barn gives you a residence that you will be proud display to business associates and friends alike. The property has been tastefully renovated as required, though it remains quite pure. The property has been well-kept, well-maintained, and is simply of STANDOUT caliber, sure to appeal to the most discerning buyers of a small farm property. Call it your city escape, only 1.5 hours to Boston and 5 hours to NYC. Remove yourself on weekends (or permanently) from the hustle and bustle of city life. Consider organic farming in an area of wonderful recreational opportunity and small town life. Farmer's markets, bands on the common, great restaurants, 30 minutes to the Manchester airport and 1.5 hours to Logan airport, 3 hours to the upper Cape and close to some of NH's finest lakes and southern mountains as well as the Great Northern White Mountain National Forest. Nearby skiing, fishing, snowmobiling or antiquarian pursuits! The home has 4 working fireplaces, a first floor master suite where the walk-in master closet actually contains one of the fireplaces! A cozy keeping room boasts the working beehive oven inside a grand fireplace. Add a picture perfect Chef's kitchen, and a great family room and a metal roof to protect it all! A stunning location with fields, privacy, an awesome barn, chicken coop, and garden shed.
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122 ELM AVE, Antrim, NH 03440

Land

$175,000
Price

Well maintained acreage with mountain views and at least three gorgeous home sites with long range mountain views to be conveyed in current use taxation status. On site well and septic needed as well as electric which is within approximately 300 feet of the parcel on one end and closer on the other end of this property. 124 +- acres is in current use and 2 acres is not in current use. Town has stated that a home site can be situated anywhere within the 124 acre parcel as long as building codes and zoning regulations are met. Miles of wide grassy trails, moose, deer, fox, owl, lynx, bobcat... all the critters! Horse heaven, dog heaven. Trout "pond," year round running brook with swimming hole. Wild berries, some gravel, walk trails from one end to the other. Accessible from a 50 ft wide frontage on Bridle Path Road OR from a deeded right of way given by the closest abutting property on Valley Lane for the benefit of 122 ELM. Could be part of a larger sale too... See MLS#4690044 and also consider MLS# 4690057 too as you may not want all this acreage, but then again it is VERY nice! But if not, then MLS#4690057 at $485,000 on 24 acres across 2 parcels of land still offers complete protection and might work better for you. There are two access points to this property... one is a ROW access that runs between this property and the closest abutting neighbor as one takes Valley Lane and the ROW is mentioned in their deed. It runs the length between the 2 properties.
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This Single-Family in Raymond, NH recently sold for $420,000. This style home was sold by Harold (Buddy) Pope - Bean Group / Bedford.


9 Oldham Road, Raymond, NH 03077

Single-Family

$439,900
Price
$420,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This mini Farm & its country charm is on a short private dirt road set over 8 acres, mature woodlands & abuts a large conservation easement with trails for riding horses, taking walks, snow shoeing & cross-country skiing. It has a spring fed pond to skate on in the winter & a lively brook as you sit on the new wrap around deck that overlooks both. The inside is well maintained & laid out for entertaining, having double ovens in the kitchen & open to the dining room. It features hardwood floors & a stone fireplace. The finished basement is a walkout. There is storage space galore & plenty of extra room to have an office /craft room etc. The barn showcases a stainless steel commercial kitchen for maple sugaring, canning or making cheese as it was previously used as a goat farm. The barns entire 2nd floor is heated. There is currently 1 horse stall with potential for 1-2 more. There are extra rooms in the barn for tack & wash room. The options are endless. Many upgrades to the property starting with the 2 car oversized garage. A new Well pump, water tank & wiring into the house, chimney lined for pellet stove. New slider in living room & deck. Owners had installed a driveway alarm with 4 surveillance cameras which can be synced to your cell phone. The property is also fire monitored. If this isnt enough all is within 75 min of Boston, 30 min to the coast, 30 minutes to Manchester airport, 10 minutes to all the shopping conveniences & 5 min to Pawtuckaway State Park!




If you're selling a home, having high quality photos is one of the most important things you can do to catch the eye of prospective buyers. Taking great photos, however, is something that requires a combination of frequent practice and knowledge of how your camera works. Sure, these days you can take a decent photo with an iPhone camera and be done with it. While that method is a good start, if you want to progress with your photography you'll eventually have to make the leap to a DSLR where you have more freedom to change exposure settings. I know what you're thinking. High quality photos means spending a ton of money on camera equipment, right? Fortunately, entry level DSLR cameras have become more affordable in recent years. To start taking great photos you'll only need four things: your DSLR camera, a tripod, a wide angle lens, and a place to practice your photography.

Step 1: Setting up

You'll want to set up the room with the right balance of furniture, decorations and natural light. Avoid decorations that are too personal (like family photos) or eccentric (no stuffed animals, preferably). Set up your tripod against one of the walls of the room. Ideally, you'll have the target of your photo illuminated by natural light coming through windows, so you'll likely be standing in front of or next to the windows. However, before you take any photos use your best judgment to determine the room's best angles. The amount of and the placement of furniture will play a large role in how spacious the room looks, but equally important is the camera angle from which you take your photos.

Step 2: Learn your camera settings

You won't learn all of the settings in a DSLR overnight, but it is important to get an understanding of the basics. In spite of the many technical improvements that have been made, the basic concept of a camera hasn't changed much over the years. The two main components that determine what your picture looks like are aperture and shutter speed. Aperture (or "f-stop") is what is used to determine how much light enters the camera. Much like your pupils dilate in the dark to let in as much light as possible, having a wide aperture will allow you to take brighter photos. Shutter speed is the amount of time the shutter on your camera is open. A slower shutter speed allows more light into the camera, creating a brighter exposure. However, due to our inability to hold a camera entirely still having a slower shutter speed creates more opportunity for your photo to become blurred from camera shake. A third important setting is the ISO. This setting is unique to digital photography because it controls the sensitivity of the camera's image sensor. The higher the number, the more sensitive. Why not just crank it up all the way then to get the best quality? Because if you set it too high the photos become grainy or "noisy."

Step 3: Practice

Now that you know the basics, start taking photos in your home using various camera settings. Play around with taking photos with different light sources on, with your camera flash on and off, and at different times of day. You'll find that there are endless possibilities when it comes to taking photos of your home.  



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