We talked a bit about making the most of your outdoor space last week and I wanted to continue that thread this week. We're back home now and enjoying the seasons changing and the temperatures (slowly) rising.
It has been a year since COVID-19 confined many homeowners to their homes and changed the way home’s function, feel and act. Many of our client’s homes operate 24/7, blurring the lines between rest, family life and work.
This spacious colonial home located at 16 Longview Terrace on a nicely landscaped corner lot in the Intervale section of North Conway is impeccable condition.
A change of scenery is always a good thing. I've noted in past articles that I do enjoy change. At a half-century old, I really do enjoy my normal routine, but getting out for adventures is still very high on my list.
During the past year many homeowners realized that they want their homes to look and perform much better in response to the changing dynamic and role that a home plays.
As expected, my friend has put an offer in on a home. It's a condo just north of town. It has loads of natural light streaming in and satisfies her needs with two beds and two baths. Having been involved in real estate for over a decade now, I gently offered my 2 cents about it being a selle…
Have you been dreaming of a retreat in the mountains? Look no further than this Made in Maine, cedar log home located at 721 Notch Road in Hiram, Maine, with views of Pleasant Mountain and even a peek of Mount Washington among others.
To be clear, we're not curing COVID in today's article. Though I am starting to see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel of masks and fogged up glasses.
This lovely two bedroom, two bathroom ranch located at 234 Green Road in Waterford, Maine, is set on a private 3.1-acre lot with fantastic mountain views.
Try and contain your excitement over my clever title today. I typically love to use a play on words or an alliteration, but today I just wasn't feeling it. I'm still (casually) house-hunting and honestly enjoying the process. In the past decade or so, when looking for a place to rent, I spen…
When I first went to college, I registered, paid, bought a plane ticket to Minneapolis and arrived on campus having never set foot there (or in Minnesota for that matter).
Almost two out of every three kitchens renovated in the United States include an island. And for good reasons. Islands are multifunctional. Islands provide extra storage areas, serve as classrooms for children who are schooling remotely and provide additional seating for dining and entertaining.