The home at 89 Conway Road in Madison is truly a piece of history and art.
With the weather finally rolling into a nice steady warmth, I've been enjoying some cycling and hiking and still find myself looking forward to more time in the woods and on the road. As the temps have been climbing, so has interest in real estate.
You can't watch a home improvement television show kitchen renovation without seeing an island become the focal point of the new space. Kitchen islands are one of our clients' most requested features and for good reason.
For many years, Country Cabinets, Etc. has been designing dream kitchens. Our experience indicates that there are several key components essential to creating an individual's dream kitchen that too often are not given due consideration. These elements include the following lighting, seating …
It is no secret we are already in the early stages of the summer buying season. If you are considering selling your home it is beyond time to call your local real estate professional and get the proverbial ball rolling.
This classic home and gorgeous setting located at 30 Elm St. in Fryeburg, Maine, is where charm meets convenience. Set on an oversized village lot, it is on one of the prettiest roads in the village.
I'm reminded of the good fortune in many sci-fi movies where someone gets their hands on an almanac from the future. Of course, they could use this information for good and perhaps alter the course of things in a positive way. Inevitably though, they (much like I would) use this information …
This luxury four-bedroom Doc Gilmore custom-built home set on 5 acres located at 10 Juniper Ledge Road in Bartlett offers panoramic views of Attitash Mountain and the Stanton Mountain Range.
Being catfished or lured into a relationship by means of a fictional online persona is the plight of many single folks these days. You show up for the first "in-person" meeting and what you saw online is not what you now see. Suffice to say, nobody likes being duped.
The basement of my house in Lincoln served the secondary purpose of being my garage as well. It was heavenly. For the first time in my life I could have my vehicle "under cover" during the more icky weather patterns we experience.
I'm visiting some friends in Colorado this week. I would have written today's article sooner, but I was busy shoveling. Fort Collins got another 4 inches of the white stuff (and yes, it is April 30 as I write this). Turns out Colorado's weather is just as persnickety as New Hampshire. That s…