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



43 Rosecliff Lane, Manchester, NH 03109-5952

Single-Family

$359,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Location, location, location! Easy access to highways, Boston, and everything Manchester has to offer! Nicely updated and well-maintained home with an attached garage; shed, and garden too! Newer modern and consistent fixtures throughout, shiny kitchen with a quiet Bosch dishwasher and other fine appliances all included: stainless sinks with garbage disposal, granite countertops, and an island with pullout drawers for cutting boards etc. Plenty of indoor light. Insulated flooring, and attic insulation too! Robust double-paned sliding doors to backyard. Large carpeted gathering room in basement heated by wood stove insert, three bathrooms, updated bathroom tiling throughout, updated bathroom sinks and toilets, newer "LifeProof" carpeting in many rooms and hallways, nice hardwood flooring, wooden window blinds contributing to a crisp look and overall impression of cleanliness. Fine tuning shades that work and look great! Master bedroom has large double walk-in closets- (hers is bigger:) Nicely painted inside and a clean white-vinyl sided clapboard-style exterior for a polished look! 2013 roof! One+ cord of dry firewood included. Paver patio and garden shed for pear, plum, blueberry, strawberry, onion, asparagus, and parsley plantings! Open and thick lawn area in a gently sloping backyard. Irrigation system. Open house on Friday MAY 24th and SUNDAY MAY 26th, BOTH AT 11-1PM. Home sale contingencies offers will be considered on a case by case basis. Strong offers only please.
Open House
Friday
May 24 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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43 Rosecliff Lane, Manchester, NH 03109-5952

Single-Family

$359,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Location, location, location! Easy access to highways, Boston, and everything Manchester has to offer! Nicely updated and well-maintained home with an attached garage; shed, and garden too! Newer modern and consistent fixtures throughout, shiny kitchen with a quiet Bosch dishwasher and other fine appliances all included: stainless sinks with garbage disposal, granite countertops, and an island with pullout drawers for cutting boards etc. Plenty of indoor light. Insulated flooring, and attic insulation too! Robust double-paned sliding doors to backyard. Large carpeted gathering room in basement heated by wood stove insert, three bathrooms, updated bathroom tiling throughout, updated bathroom sinks and toilets, newer "LifeProof" carpeting in many rooms and hallways, nice hardwood flooring, wooden window blinds contributing to a crisp look and overall impression of cleanliness. Fine tuning shades that work and look great! Master bedroom has large double walk-in closets- (hers is bigger:) Nicely painted inside and a clean white-vinyl sided clapboard-style exterior for a polished look! 2013 roof! One+ cord of dry firewood included. Paver patio and garden shed for pear, plum, blueberry, strawberry, onion, asparagus, and parsley plantings! Open and thick lawn area in a gently sloping backyard. Irrigation system. Open house on Friday MAY 24th and SUNDAY MAY 26th, BOTH AT 11-1PM. Home sale contingencies offers will be considered on a case by case basis. Strong offers only please.
Open House
Friday
May 24 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 43 Rosecliff Lane, Manchester, NH 03109-5952    Get Directions





43 Rosecliff Lane, Manchester, NH 03109-5952

Single-Family

$365,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Location, location, location! Easy access to highways, Boston, and everything Manchester has to offer! Nicely updated and well-maintained home with an attached garage, shed, and garden too! Newer and consistent fixtures throughout, shiny kitchen with a quiet Bosch dishwasher and other fine appliances all included: stainless sinks with garbage disposal, granite countertops, and an island. Plenty of indoor light. Insulated flooring, and attic insulation too! Robust double-paned sliding doors to backyard. Large carpeted gathering room in basement heated by wood stove insert, three bathrooms, updated bathroom tiling throughout, updated bathroom sinks and toilets, newer "Lifeproof" carpeting in many rooms and hallways, nice hardwood flooring, wooden window blinds contributing to a crisp look and overall impression of cleanliness. Master bedroom has large double walk-in closets. Nicely painted inside and a clean white-vinyl sided clapboard-style exterior for a polished look! 2013 roof! One+ cord of dry firewood included. Paver patio and garden shed for pear, plum, blueberry, strawberry, onion, asparagus, and parsley plantings! Open and thick lawn area in a gently sloping backyard. No home sale contingency offers please! Open house for brokers on FRIDAY MAY 17 12-2PM AND FOR PUBLIC ON MAY 18TH 11AM -1PM. OFFERS SHOULD BE FINAL AND BEST AND WILL BE EVALUATED ON TUES, MAY 21ST. Conventional loans only please unless you are already under agreement and have a green light to close.
Open House
Saturday
May 18 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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When selling a home, most sellers are eager to sell quickly. Especially when living out of their home while simultaneously showing it. One of the biggest determinant factors for house shoppers right now is the staging. Whether they recognize it or not the atmosphere you create within your house helps buyers imagine themselves living their day to day within its walls. It creates a canvas for them to dream up all the memories they will create in their new home.

But keeping your home staging level clean and organized at all times while living out of it isn’t the easiest of tasks. Afterall, there’s a reason all of our homes don’t look like the inside pages of a home decor magazine.

If you want to put your home’s best “foot” forward, however, it, literally, pays to put in the time and effort to live differently for a few weeks.

Here are a few tips on how to get your house show-room ready:

Start with a deep clean. Some people like to hire a cleaning company to come in and do the job for them. But there’s no reason you can’t get the same results on your own. Plan to dedicate a week to clean your home top to bottom and a whole lotta elbow grease to get every nook and cranny.

Give your home a facelift. Repaint your walls, rent a carpet cleaner (or hire a service) and power wash the exterior. When repainting considers switching to a modern, neutral color palette to appeal to prospective buyers.    

Declutter, declutter, declutter! This is a step many sellers dread but is so worth the effort. Donate and get rid of everything you no longer use or need. When you’re finished go the extra step and rent a storage unit to stash away extra furniture, off-season items, and family mementos.

You want to create as much space in your home as possible. Taking a minimalist approach that strips your unique personality from the decor allows potential buyers to see how the house can become theirs. You don’t want to distract buyers and have them wonder about what kind of people you and your family are. Additionally, keep closets, drawers, and cabinets tidy because they will get opened! And keep desk and counter surfaces clear of paperwork and other stuff we always seem to allow to accumulate in these spaces.

Add greenery. Potted plants and fresh cut blooms will be like the icing on the cake. This is always what makes the biggest difference in making a room feel pulled together and comfortable. If you’ve ever flipped through the pages of a home decor magazine you may have noticed this is a trick they use in all of the rooms they showcase.

Living out of your home while showing it isn’t a walk in the park, but it can be easy if you are prepared ahead of time. These simple tips will put you ahead of the competition and have bidders in no time!


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!




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