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


 
This Lovely Home in Goffstown, NH recently sold for $293,000. This Cape style home was sold by Harold (Buddy) Pope - Bean Group / Bedford.


62 Larch Street, Goffstown, NH 03102

Single-Family

$310,000
Price
$293,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful updated 3-bedroom home with open floor plan. As you enter the home through the garage, there is custom built-ins in the mudroom and laundry room off mud room. As you enter the kitchen, there is an eat-in area, hickory cabinets and granite countertops. Open concept to living room with hardwood flooring. Great open concept for entertaining. Beyond the kitchen is 3/4 bath, bedroom and an office with built-ins. Upstairs you will find two more spacious bedrooms with full bath. Master bath has an en suite with walk-in closet. There is a heated garage with a separate electrical panel. 20 x 28 room above garage is finished with bar and great space for man town or entertaining. It also includes 1/2 bath. Out back you have a generous deck with bar, above ground pool, patio and 12 x 16 shed that has its own electrical panel. Nothing to do to this home, but move in!




This Single-Family in Francestown, NH recently sold for $309,000. This style home was sold by Harold (Buddy) Pope - Bean Group / Bedford.


132 2nd NH Turnpike North, Francestown, NH 03043

Single-Family

$339,000
Price
$309,000
Sale Price

5
Bedrooms
14
Rooms
3
Baths
14.28 acre, private horse property with a barn -- three stalls, fields, trails, riding ring with clay footing, and a five-bedroom Post and Beam home. A long driveway ensures privacy. Please see the walk through video before scheduling a showing. House is built in part on a large slab and is heated by passive solar, cord wood and a propane based furnace. Remote areas of the home can be heated or not, as you wish, by wall mounted propane fired heaters. Standard furnace duct work runs through most of the home. These owners heat primarily by wood, 6-8 cords per year, so the furnace has not seen too much usage. The roof is five years old on the main part of the home and the barn portions have metal roofing. This is a large home with many bedrooms and other purposed rooms including a library, a music room, and a third level finished attic space or walk-in closet. There are many stairways in the home. The property also features an in-law apartment that is very private and has its own access to a second kitchen area and to the outdoors. Plenty of on-site parking and parking in the barn for four cars. This is very private land and a unique opportunity. There are other flower garden areas on the property near the front entrance and a nice overhead roof covers a sitting porch that wraps around the front entrance of the home. There is a room dedicated just to animals as well, so if you have cats, they have their own way out. Septic size unknown, may not be for more than 3 bedrooms.




This Single-Family in Antrim, NH recently sold for $246,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Harold (Buddy) Pope - Bean Group / Bedford.


18 Knapton Circle, Antrim, NH 03440

Single-Family

$254,900
Price
$246,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Like new! Located in a quiet rural neighborhood yet under 10 minutes to grocery shopping and under 20 minutes to Peterborough, 30 minutes to Concord and 35 minutes to Keene! Breakfast island and eat-in nook, maple cabinetry, hardwood flooring, cathedral space in living room with wood stove, formal dining room, central a/c just added, brand new shed, well-built pen for goats or other animals, and some mountain views from second floor. The basement is spacious and dry, the systems are clean as can be and there is even an on-demand hot water heater. All appliances are 4 years old and convey. The master bedroom has two walk-in closets and its own bathroom. Bedrooms are all well-sized and there are two linen closets. The range is fueled by propane as is the forced hot air heat. Plenty of room in unfinished basement and in oversized garage. Property sits away from the road and foliage has never looked so good! TDS fiber is used for delivery of phone, internet and TV. This house is ready for immediate occupancy and is located only a short distance to Pierce Lake. Located in an area of similar homes.




This Single-Family in Bennington, NH recently sold for $154,900. This New Englander style home was sold by Harold (Buddy) Pope - Bean Group / Bedford.


4 Main Street, Bennington, NH 03442

Single-Family

$154,900
Price
$154,900
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2
Baths
Full price or BETTER offers only please. First time home buyers/investors take note! Newly painted and price reduced. Well-maintained property, priced to move. Narrowly short if closing after Oct 6, 2017. Sited behind library and accessed from Main street. Grassy lawn, roomy feel in a village setting. Walk to the village store & nearby restaurants, the elementary school & town offices- what could be more convenient? 15 minutes to Peterborough, 5 minutes to Antrim, 35 minutes to Keene or Concord. 7 minutes to 18 hole golf and skiing. Remodeled kitchen with maple cabinetry, light and airy with great counter space and open to dining. Hardwood floors throughout. Large rooms with great ceiling height. Newly resurfaced driveway. Plenty of storage on this property with large walk-in closets, attic space, and storage above in garage! The garage is oversized and can fit 2 cars, lawn equipment and even have room for a workshop. The furnace has been serviced every year and is very efficient. The house is well insulated as attested to by the low yearly fuel bills of under $300 plus 3 cords of wood. The home is hardwired for smoke and CO detection. There is a great playroom for the kids or use it as the 4th bedroom with its own 3/4 bathroom. A full bath is upstairs. The basement is dry except after extreme rains and even then there is very little moisture. If you are looking for a starter home, reasonably priced, that has stood the test of time, then this might be just the one for you!




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