Posted by Jill O’Shaughnessy Team on 10/19/2017

This Single-Family in Plaistow, NH recently sold for $281,250. This Ranch style home was sold by Jill O’Shaughnessy Team - RE/MAX Insight.


131 FORREST STREET Street, Plaistow, NH 03865

Single-Family

$259,900
Price
$281,250
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
A very nice place to call home is what youll find at this fully updated, open concept ranch bordered by woods. The home has experienced a masterful makeover starting at the framing studs, new clapboard exterior, electrical, plumbing and heating system and has the feel of newer construction with beautiful hardwood floors, a redesigned kitchen with cherry cabinets, pantry, and a large breakfast bar and kitchen island created with parties in mind. Imagine the backyard adventures through the canopy of grapevines and finding the koi pond. The walkout lower level has undergone considerable renovation with extensive foam board insulation and sheetrock and just needs some attention to make it a beautiful finished basement. The property shows as a 2 bedroom home but was originally a 3 bedroom. Easy to show.






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Posted by Jill O’Shaughnessy Team on 10/19/2017

This Single-Family in Londonderry, NH recently sold for $280,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Jill O’Shaughnessy Team - RE/MAX Insight.


101 CHASE Road, Londonderry, NH 03053

Single-Family

$279,900
Price
$280,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
A classical colonial style home located in a great area of town, dont miss out on this opportunity to make this one your home! Enter through the front door and notice the beautiful newly refinished hardwood flooring! On the right is the living room with a built-in bookshelves, a gorgeous bay window, and wood burning fireplace with a classic brick mantel. Continue into the dining room, perfectly sized for entertaining. The country style kitchen features charming solid wood cabinetry. Step down into the oversized family and notice the New England style appeal. Enjoy the high ceilings, additional fire place, wide plank wood flooring, and convenience to backyard. Walk up-stairs and find 3 good sized bedrooms, new carpeting, and a sunny bathroom with modern white tiling. Continue outside to your backyard with a fenced-in area complete with a large brick patio. With 1.18 acres of land, there is plenty of yard space as well as three sheds, perfect for additional storage. Come check out this house and make it your home!






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Posted by Jill O’Shaughnessy Team on 10/15/2017

 Whether you're staging your home to sell it faster or preparing for a big family gathering, there are a lot of easy, inexpensive things you can do to accentuate the positive and downplay the negative.

While one or two small touches may not guarantee making a great impression, a handful of upgrades and improvements  should tip the scales in your direction. Here are a few ideas and possibilities:

  1. Clean carpets: If you have pets, children, or teenagers in the house, there's a good chance your carpets have some ugly stains on them. Fortunately, there are relatively easy solutions ranging from hiring a professional carpet cleaning service to renting a steam cleaner machine from your local hardware store or supermarket. In some cases, you may need to pretreat the stains with a cleaning spray. Keep in mind, however, that pre-treating carpet stains can be risky. First of all, there's the potential for certain cleaning solutions to permanently fade the color of your carpet. Secondly, some cleaning chemicals are toxic, so it's important to read the label and use them with caution. Fortunately, more and more professional carpet cleaning services are using non-toxic, "green" cleaning products, so look for companies that are environmentally friendly in their practices. Depending on the extent of your carpet stains, a good vacuuming and thorough steam cleaning, alone, might produce the desired results.
  2. Upgrade door knobs: You probably never paid attention to the quality of your door hardware, but it's not uncommon for homeowners to have very plain-looking doorknobs throughout their house. Visitors will probably notice them, at least on a subtle level, if the knobs are either exceptionally cheap or -- on the other hand -- very stylish and distinctive. Granted, replacing a bunch of ordinary doorknobs with $40 antique-style or crystal glass hardware could get rather pricey! A more economical alternative would be to get moderately priced doorknobs that would achieve the desired result without costing hundreds of dollars. If you're going to continue living in your home and are looking for ways to add extra style and quality to your decor, then doing an extensive doorknob upgrade is an option to consider. On the other hand, if you're staging your home for sale, then a more conservative approach might be appropriate.
  3. Replace light switch covers and outlet plates: Many homes seem to have run-of-the mill, plastic light switch covers, which serve the purpose, but don't enhance the decor at all. While it may be another subtle aspect of your overall decorating scheme, it's one of the many features people may notice. Metallic or artistic-looking switch covers make a much more positive statement about your attention to detail and quality.
  4. Remove smudges from windows and mirrors: Crystal clear windows and mirrors help bring out the best in your home. It's one of those small touches that can make a big difference in the impression you make on family, friends, and -- if your house is on the market -- potential buyers.
There are literally dozens of small changes, improvements,and upgrades you can consider making in and around your home, but very often it's those little touches that make a lasting impression.





Posted by Jill O’Shaughnessy Team on 10/13/2017


212 Range Road, Windham, NH 03087

Rental

$3,200
Price

4
Bedrooms
13
Rooms
2/3
Full/Half Baths
Rare opportunity for a short term lease in Windham. Beautiful, meticulously maintained home available for lease. Perfect space to call home while on a short term work assignment or while waiting for your new home to be built. Very private setting surrounded by conservation land offers a tennis court and basketball hoops. Property has recenty been subdivided. Current drive-way entrance to be modified upon construction of the new private road. Construction to begin spring 2018. Move in and be settled for the holidays. Available November 1, 2017 thru June 30, 2018. No smoking. No pets. Easy communter location from Boston, MA & NH seacoast. Boston Logan airport and Manchester-Boston Regional airport located within a 30 minute drive. This property is also available to purchase.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Jill O’Shaughnessy Team on 10/13/2017


4 Stillwater Circle, Salem, NH 03079

Condo

$199,900
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
Imagine! Living behind historic stone walls secluded with privacy and surrounded by nature, and wildlife. This unique 1920's duplex encompasses a tasteful combination of old charm with modern touches. Step into this 2 bedroom, 1 bath beauty and notice hardwood floors thru-out with exception of laminate kitchen and tile bathroom floors! This classic one floor 1100+ sqft unit is sure to please anyone looking for simple living features such as; Large Eat-in kitchen, pantry, renovated full bath, 2 generous sized bedrooms, and a open concept dual living space or living/dining space. Beautiful stone fireplace and mantle. Wait!! Theres more, make way from the kitchen to the impressive basement where you can finish or use as storage- which also leads to the direct entry 1 stall garage! Outside sit on your porch and enjoy the sounds the peaceful waters of the private pond!
Open House
Saturday
October 14 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 4 Stillwater Circle, Salem, NH 03079    Get Directions






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