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

292 Tucker Mill Road, New Boston, NH 03070



A 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. SEE VIDEO!
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This Condo in Londonderry, NH recently sold for $174,000. This style home was sold by Harold (Buddy) Pope - Bean Group / Bedford.

14 Vista Ridge Unit #61, Londonderry, NH 03053


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Vista Ridge does it well! Friendly property management company and well maintained grounds and buildings. Easy to Boston or anywhere in NH. Nice 2nd floor backside condo unit looking out to the trees. Only 2 units per building have this unique floor laypout which allows for a 9 x 9 study! Tiled bathrooms. Pergo wood floor in entry, kitchen and laundry area. All appliances 7 years old and water heater is 5 years old with flow master shutoff valve for added safety. Quiet Bosch dishwasher. Temperature controlled basement affords a private bin for added storage. Security rules in place for storage bin locations are an added safety feature, indicative of a well run property management team. Pet friendly if under 35 lbs. See rules and regulations. HVAC system maintained yearly at owner's insistence. Condo units are easy to rent as the location is very attractive to most commuters. Easy to the coast of NH or weekend trips to the White Mountains. Condo fees cover road maintenance, snow removal, trash removal, parking and recreation/ community association fees. See attached disclosure and condo rider under the "D" icon at top of the listing. This is a well maintained unit with thoughtful owners who have rented for many years to this same tenant. This owner took great care of this unit over the years leaving nothing to chance. $96/quarter water and sewer usage fee paid to the town in 2017- this has stayed steady. $211/Month condo fee in 2017. WILL NOT GO VA or FHA!

When you’re selling your home, things can get really busy, really fast. You want your home to be in tip top shape to give it the best chance of selling in a timely manner. There are a few things you can do in a short time frame that allows you to spruce up your home without breaking a sweat. Below, you’ll find some tips to help you bring your home to another level of wow before the open house. 

Check Your Front Door

All you really need to do is put a fresh coat of paint on your front door to brighten the look of your entryway. There’s something about a freshly painted front door that really makes a home look like new. 

Spruce Up The Landscaping

You can really do a minimal amount in your yard and make your home curb-appeal ready. Just rake some leaves, add some mulch, mow the lawn, and voila. It might be an all day project, but in the end, it will be worth it. As long as people have a good view and feel that your yard has been taken care of, the outside of your home is in the clear for an open house.  

Check The Outdoor Lights

Even though an open house will be happening in the daylight hours, people may be curious that there is adequate lighting on the outside of your home. Buyers can either check this while they are at the open house or they could go a step further and drive by the property at night. Adequate lighting allows for a sense of security and safety all throughout the outside of the property.  

Care For The Mailbox

Few places in your home are as neglected as the mailbox is. Add some fresh paint to your mailbox. You can use the same color as your front door for consistency. At the very least, clean up the mailbox to give it a better appearance. Make sure your house number is present somewhere on the box as well. This helps the property to have a sense of being a bit more inviting. People will also be able to find your home easier. 

Make Use Of Flowers

You should place flowers around your home on the day of the open house. Add a fresh cut bouquet to the kitchen table. Bring some potted plants and florals around your entryway. These simple touches really can make an impression when potential buyers visit your home. 

Remove Your Personal Stuff

From the outside in, traces of your life in the home should be put away. This means pet items, toys, games, photos, and celebrity shrines. The more free space a buyer has to envision themselves living in the home, the better.          

With these small extra touches, your open house is bound to be a success!

Ultimately, the amount of money an individual requires during the home selling journey varies. If you intend to sell a house, it often is a good idea to plan ahead for any expenses you may encounter along the way. Because if you fail to account for potential house selling costs, you may struggle to seamlessly navigate the property selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three of the most common home selling expenses.

1. Home Cleaning

Regardless of whether you decide to clean your house on your own or hire a professional, house cleaning costs can add up quickly. If you prepare for home cleaning expenses, however, you can keep your residence neat and tidy without breaking your budget.

Oftentimes, it helps to make a list of the areas of your home that require extensive cleaning. You then can establish home cleaning priorities, make a list of the cleaning supplies you will need and clean your residence accordingly.

If you decide to hire a professional cleaning company, be sure to shop around. Professional cleaning companies are available in cities and towns nationwide, and if you conduct an in-depth search, you can find a cleaning provider that offers a great blend of convenience and affordability.

2. Home Repairs

Cracked or damaged home siding, a faulty water heater or other house problems are unlikely to do you any favors during the property selling journey. If you put aside funds to address such issues, you can upgrade your residence before you list it.

It may be beneficial to conduct a home inspection prior to adding your house to the real estate market. During an inspection, a home expert will analyze your residence and identify any underlying property issues. You next can use a home inspection report to determine which house repairs need to be completed right away.

Keep in mind that some home repairs are simple, and as such, you may be able to complete them on your own. Conversely, for complex home repairs, you should enlist professional support. Although you will need to pay to hire a home improvement professional, this individual can help you quickly and safely upgrade your residence.

3. Lawn Care

How your lawn looks to potential buyers is crucial, particularly for those who want to enjoy a fast, profitable house selling experience. If your lawn is freshly cut and weed-free, you could help your house stand out to dozens of prospective buyers.

In many instances, home sellers can mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other lawn care tasks on their own. This enables sellers to avoid the costs associated with hiring lawn care professionals.

If you prefer to hire lawn care professionals, be thorough. Request client referrals, and you can find out what it is like to work with a particular lawn care professional before you make your hiring decision.

Lastly, as you prepare for the home selling journey, you may want to hire a real estate agent. If you have a real estate agent at your side, you can plan ahead for all aspects of the house selling journey.

Finishing touches being added on this completely renovated Brookline home. Well reputed school system shared with Hollis NH. House totally redone and is practically NEW. The following are ALL NEW: roof, deck, landscaping, lawn, irrigation lines, multiple windows, gutters, interior painting, hardwood flooring in hallway, dining and living room, family room and upstairs new carpeting, 2 renovated bathrooms, tiled kitchen flooring, kitchen cabinetry and lighting fixtures, LG appliances all around- LG combo conventional and convection oven, LG microwave, LG large refrigerator with extra storage innovations and ice maker, and basement floor sealed and also has newer drop ceiling "tiles." Exterior painting and master bathroom remodel to be completed in coming weeks and both are factored into the asking price. Home is sited in a nice area of fine homes and in a well forested general locale. Easy to Massachusetts or Milford NH and then to Manchester or Nashua or of course Hollis NH. Brookl

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