Posted by Sandra Tessier on 11/18/2017


37-3 Clinton Street, Concord, NH 03301

Rental

$1,500
Price

2
Bedrooms
4
Rooms
1
Baths
This newly and completely renovated first-floor lease unit with 2 bedrooms located on Clinton St. in Concord's south end minutes from Interstate 93 access. You enter this home from a three-season into the eat-in kitchen having new appliances, new cabinetry and granite countertops. This unit has laundry hookups for water, electric, and venting. The living room is cable ready and has an electric fireplace. There are two bedrooms with a full bath between them. This unit has a paved driveway with spaces for two vehicles. This unit has natural gas-fired heat and hot water. The prospective tenant is financially responsible for electric service, heat, hot water, cable, telephone and the required renter's insurance. The prospective tenant will be subject to credit, reference, and background checks at their expense. The lease period is for one year.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real Estate   Rental   Concord   03301  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Sandra Tessier on 11/17/2017


37 -2 Clinton Street, Concord, NH 03301

Rental

$1,050
Price

1
Bedrooms
3
Rooms
1
Baths
This one-bedroom first-floor studio apartment has a large, fully equipped eat-in kitchen with an exterior door that opens into a very nice backyard ideal for outdoor sitting and relaxation. It has a bright, heated, southern exposed 4-season room / porch which could easily be your bedroom. Or, if you prefer, the large center room could be used as a combination living room / bedroom using the porch for a living /TV room. The bath features a full over-sized walk-in shower. The unit has paved off-street parking for your convenience. This unit is conveniently located close to I93 ideal for a commuter and is only minutes from shopping and downtown. Come see this one before you decide on another!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real Estate   Rental   Concord   03301  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Sandra Tessier on 11/14/2017

When prospective homebuyers see your residence, are they impressed or disappointed? A homebuyer's first impression might depend on your house's curb appeal – something that can make or break a home sale. For home sellers, ensuring your home is attractive to homebuyers is paramount. Thus, it is essential for home sellers to spend some time avoiding these common curb appeal mistakes: 1. Keeping Clutter on Your Front Lawn Lawn ornaments like a bright pink flamingo sculpture or large pinwheels may help your home's front lawn make a bold statement. At the same time, however, they can clutter up your front lawn and may be an eyesore for prospective homebuyers. When it comes to clutter, you'll want to do whatever it takes to eliminate it from your front lawn entirely. By doing so, homebuyers will be able to focus on your home's outstanding exterior and its other stunning features. Remember, your goal as a home seller is to keep your residence as neat and clean as possible and allow your home to make a positive first impression on homebuyers. And if you devote time and resources to remove clutter from your front lawn, you'll be able to showcase the size and beauty of your front lawn day after day. 2. Ignoring Peeling Paint on Your Home's Exterior Adding a fresh coat of paint to your home's exterior is never a bad idea, particularly for home sellers who notice peeling paint. Typically, you can touch up areas where peeling paint is present and eliminate such problems instantly. If your home needs an extensive paint job, you may be better off hiring a professional home painter as well. This home renovation expert will help you take the guesswork out of repainting your home's exterior and work toward transforming a drab exterior into a fabulous one. 3. Failing to Replace Outdated Light Fixtures You know the light in your driveway that constantly flickers at night? Well, now may be a great time to replace it, especially if you're a home seller who wants to boost his or her house's curb appeal. Outdated light fixtures will do more harm than good for your home's curb appeal. But if you install new light fixtures, you'll be better equipped to enhance your home's curb appeal at night. As a home seller, you'll want to ensure homebuyers can view the beauty of your residence during the day and evening. Meanwhile, installing new light fixtures enables you to brighten up your home's exterior and improve your house's chances of making a great first impression on homebuyers. Curb appeal represents an important factor for home sellers, and if you ever feel unsure about how to improve your house's curb appeal, hiring a real estate agent usually is a wonderful idea. A real estate agent possesses industry experience and know-how and can help you explore innovative ways to improve your home's curb appeal. And ultimately, this professional can empower you with the insights and resources you need to accelerate the home selling process. Enhance your residence's curb appeal, and you may be able to reap the benefits of a fast home sale.





Posted by Sandra Tessier on 11/7/2017

Having different types of birds in your yard is a great way to add a bit of nature to your house. With their unique plumage and songs, birds will offer you interesting sights and sounds. However, you’ll need to offer them a few things in return. To attract a variety of birds to your yard you’ll need to make it the most desirable place in the neighborhood to be. Here’s a guide to help you attract a large variety of birds to your yard and to keep them coming back each year.

Choosing your feeders

When choosing a bird feeder there are a few traits your looking for. It should be strong enough to withstand the weather and sealed tightly to keep the seeds dry. You’ll want a feeder that is big enough to hold a variety of seeds and is relatively low-maintenance. Hanging tray feeders are the most common type, and for good reason. They attract a variety of birds and are easy to fill and clean. A good tray feeder has a drainage system in the tray to keep seeds dry, which means you should buy a feeder with a mesh bottom instead of solid. For nectar-seeking birds like hummingbirds, you’ll want a few small feeders rather than one large one. Keep it in a well lit area near some flowers to attract the hummingbirds. They’re attracted to bright colors to look for nectar and your fake-flower feeders will seem like a good source if they’re surrounded by the real thing. If you want to view birds from inside your home, window feeders are a great option. Window feeders suction right to your window and will offer you a close-up view of the birds who will slowly get used to you being on the other side of the glass.

Keeping the squirrels away

Putting out plenty of bird feeders won’t just attract birds. Squirrels, too love to eat the various seeds that are found in feeders. You have a couple options when it comes to squirrels. First, you can just accept them as part of the nature of your yard. They, too can be fun to watch and are just looking for something to eat like the birds. If inviting squirrels into your yard isn’t something you can live with, you could try deterring them with a squirrel baffle. Squirrel baffles wrap around the pole your feeder is on preventing the squirrel from climbing up to the tray. However, some crafty squirrels can still find their way through.

It takes more than seed

Just having bird seed isn’t enough to provide for birds. Having lots of trees and water is also a good way to keep the birds around. Bird baths are one option. But there are other creative ways to attract birds to your yard like a small natural pool or waterfall. Having a bubbler on your water source is also a great way to bring more birds to your yard as they will be attracted to the sound of the running water. Add these features to your yard and soon the local birds will find it an irresistible place to spend time.




Tags: home   yard   backyard   bird feeding   birds   feeder  
Categories: Uncategorized  


Posted by Sandra Tessier on 11/2/2017

This Single-Family in Merrimack, NH recently sold for $579,000. This style home was sold by Sandra Tessier - RE/MAX Property Specialists Group Inc..


81 Woodward Road, Merrimack, NH 03054

Single-Family

$588,000
Price
$579,000
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Come appreciate the private 10+ acre level lot this 5-year old oversized ranch style home offers! Custom kitchen with quartz countertops, ample cabinets/prep area and deep copper sink. The unique, circular great room is bathed in natural light and boasts an umbrella vaulted ceiling, gas fireplace with natural stone surround, custom wood work and glass patio door. Brazilian hardwood flooring in great room, kitchen & dining room. Bedrooms & screen porch having cork flooring. Master bedroom offers custom bathroom and large walk-in closet. Other features/amenities include: 2nd & 3nd bedrooms having Jack & Jill bathroom, laundry room, gas heat, central air conditioning, on-demand hot water, vinyl shakes and siding, circular driveway, screened porch and 3-car oversized attached garages. Great property for horses, in-ground pool, +Bonus 1,036-sq ft accessory dwelling includes a bedroom, living room kitchen and full bath and separate parking entrance area.






Categories: Sold Homes