Come to this photo presentation and discussion by Kittie Wilson, “Little Loon Grows Up!” It will be held at the Brown Memorial Library, 78 W. Main Street, Bradford, NH on Tuesday, August 5th at 7pm. Kittie will share her observations and photographs of a loon family on Pleasant Lake in New London. She is a volunteer for the Loon Preservation Committee and recipient of the 2009 Spirit of the Loon Award. Sponsored by the Bradford Conservation Commission.
Looking for easy care condo living? Take a look at this bright and cheery end unit at Hilltop Place in New London, NH. Was $169,900 and recently reduced to $148,500. 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, one floor living with inviting dining/living room, warm wood floors and brick fireplace with propane insert. The screened patio provides a tranquil setting overlooking the picturesque landscaped yard – a perfect setting for a quiet afternoon of reading. For more photos and details, visit www.NewLondonNHCondo.com. Call to schedule your appointment today 603-526-4116, email@example.com, www.donnaforest.com.
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This adorable home has a great view of Chase Pond and has just been reduced to $174,900! Enjoy the shared beach, watch the kids play on the playground or basketball court, or enjoy lunch at the picnic area. Two bedrooms, one bath. Five minutes to Pleasant Lake in New London and golf in Sutton. Ten minutes to the rail trail in Andover. Ski at Mt. Sunapee or Ragged Mountain just 20 minutes away. For more information and photos, visit www.ChasePondNHCottage.com.
Stacey Viandier, Listing Agent
Come out to “Stuff the Cruiser” this Saturday, July 5th outside of Hannaford’s Supermarket in New London, NH. Stuff the New London Police Department’s cruiser with food to benefit the KLS Community Food Pantry. You can drop off a donation or purchase something at Hannaford’s. Everyone donating will receive a raffle ticket toward winning some great prizes. The cruiser will be there from 10am-4pm. Come on down and support a good cause!
Not all remodeling projects deliver the same bang for the buck when it comes to resale. If you are planning to sell soon and think that renovations will increase the value of your home, then some research might be in order. Studies suggest that most renovation projects do increase the value, however, the increase is typically less than the cost of the project. Generally, a homeowner will experience a return of 60% to 80% on the dollar at resale. Some of the more cost effective improvements are minor kitchen remodel, deck addition, and window replacements. Keep in mind the cost recouped can be affected by the quality of finish and even the type of neighborhood and local conditions.
Probably the biggest advantage that remodeling has is the fact that it increases the appeal of your home to buyers. A gleaming state of the art kitchen with granite countertops and bathrooms with tile and glass can sell a house more quickly than a home with an outdated kitchen and old appliances. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a free copy of the 2014 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report. 603-526-4116
Looking for maintenance-free living? Take a look at this Hilltop Place condominium. Located within walking distance to Hilltop House with nice woodsy views at back. Sunny and bright unit. Two bedrooms and 2
baths, with a breakfast nook in the kitchen, fireplaced (propane) living room, and a screened in patio. Cheery and comfortable unit. Easy one floor living. Reduced to $112,000. Visit www.NHHilltopCondo.com for more information and photos.
Marilyn Kidder, Listing Broker, 603-526-4116