We've been focused on the bathroom and kitchen lately but I don't want to neglect the living room. Since we're talking about upgrades and remodeling projects, there's no reason to leave the largest room (typically) out of the equation.
Fryeburg, Maine, located in Oxford County is a true New England town. Having been known as a "bedroom community" of the Mount Washington Valley, Fryeburg’s population is roughly 3,500 people. Home to Fryeburg Academy a semi-private prep school, the Fryeburg Fair, and so much more.
Since we've been chatting a bit about remodeling (both in real life and in these articles) I figured it was time to address the small bathroom. In my cabin over in Lincoln (over a decade ago) the bathroom was squeezed between the two main rooms of the home.
Listing agent Bob Kantack is pleased to show you this attractive three-bedroom home in the popular Birchview By The Saco community.
If you were paying attention a few weeks ago, we talked about some strategies for making a successful offer on a home purchase. The goal was to help new buyers ensure that their bid would be accepted over the others (assuming there were competing offers).
If you're like me (and most New Englanders) you savor the sweet smells of springtime and the ability to finally get out of the house without wearing 12 layers of wool and poly under your down jacket.
It's a glorious week (six weeks actually) for me. My roommate has skipped away (back home) to Alaska through the middle of August. While I really do appreciate him and enjoy his company, I'm over the moon to have the house to myself for a bit. Being able to grind coffee beans (without going …
Work here, live here, play here. This 3,500-plus square-foot commercial property coupled with three one-bedroom apartments ($2,400 monthly income) located at 87 Route 16 in Jackson presents so many investment opportunities.
CONWAY — Brenda Leavitt, managing partner of Badger Realty, recently announced the addition of two sales agents to the North Conway office team: Nicole Little and Joshua Davis.
A perfect storm has occurred. Never before in the history of our showroom has demand been higher. And we are not unique. Almost every peer in the remodeling business is reporting record or near-record project volume.
In the past few years, I have been bouncing around living in "someone else's home." Whether it was an apartment I was renting or a partner's home I was sharing, it has never been "mine." I have rambled on (in this column) about landscaping and remodeling projects, but they honestly never fel…