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This Condo in Pembroke, NH recently sold for $170,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Jacqueline Ducharme - CENTURY 21 Dumont and Associates.


2 N. Browning Court, Pembroke, NH 03275

Condo

$164,900
Price
$170,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful and convenitently located Littlefield condo. You will feel like you are living in your own little oasis. Stroll to the picturesque Town of Pembroke. Step onto your covered porch then thru the tiled entryway. Main level features kitchen with tile floor and stainless appliances, dining area with hardwood floor and newer window, large living room with slider to deck and a half bath. Second floor features 2 nice size bedrooms (master with slider to deck) and full bath, then along to full walk-up attic ready for your finishing touches or use as storage. Basement is finished with slider to back yard, small office/toy space and storage. All 3 sliders are newer and overlook the woods. Central vac, and wall a/c units...detached garage and one parking space. Storage unit. Visitor parking available. Newly sided. Pet friendly and quiet !! You will love coming home..!!




This Mobile Home in Loudon, NH recently sold for $95,000. This style home was sold by Jacqueline Ducharme - CENTURY 21 Dumont and Associates.


135 Pine Ridge Road, Loudon, NH 03307

Mobile Home

$89,900
Price
$95,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
Beautifully remodeled home! Open concept living, brand new kitchen, all new flooring, freshly painted walls and ceilings, newly tiled around tubs, new sinks and faucets, all new windows, fully fenced yard and a large corner lot! This home feels SO big! Excellent park to live in, this won't last long.




This Single-Family in Hillsborough, NH recently sold for $218,500. This Cape style home was sold by Jacqueline Ducharme - CENTURY 21 Dumont and Associates.


5 Webster Circle, Hillsborough, NH 03244

Single-Family

$219,900
Price
$218,500
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2
Baths
Quick Close Possible!!!! Pull your moving truck right up the driveway because you are home! This 3 plus bedroom home boasts an amazing farmers porch to sit and watch the rain or sip your morning coffee, step inside to the large living room that offers plenty of space to stretch out and relax, check out the updated kitchen where you can whip up a nice family dinner or a bunch of appetizers to watch the big game. Enjoy the luxury of a first floor bedroom, an updated bathroom and a dining room that could also be used as a den, office or another bedroom if needed. Upstairs you will find a large second bedroom, a wonderful master suite with a walk in closet and a master bath complete with a shower your friends will be jealous of. When you are done enjoying the inside, step outside to the fenced in backyard and enjoy the expanded deck and your new (2019) hot tub that will help soak the stress of the day away. Welcome Home!!





277 Cochran Hill Road, New Boston, NH 03070

Single-Family

$309,900
Price

5
Bedrooms
10
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Lovely Colonial, A+ Location, Gorgeous Backyard. Beautiful antique 1790 home located on quiet scenic road just minutes from the center of New Boston. 5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, in-law potential. Numerous updates throughout while maintaining many original antique home features. Enter the expansive mudroom custom designed with barn wood throughout and plenty of storage space - even a built-in boot bench! Renovated eat-in kitchen features hand-scraped island and table, hand-scraped hickory floor and granite mantle over wood stove. Formal dining room with double built-in hutches and fireplace. Living room astounds with exposed beams, hardwood floor, wood stove and lovely mantlepiece with original Parson's cupboard. 3-Season sunroom overlooking flower gardens. 1st floor also has a convenient bedroom with 1/2 bath - in-law potential. 2nd floor is complete with 3 bedrooms with original wide-plank floors, full bath and office. 3rd floor boasts fabulous bedroom or studio space with abundant built-in storage and scenic views of Joe English Hill. Almost 3 acres of well-established grounds with perennials, fruit trees, mature sugar maples and striking stonewalls. 14 x 20 shed with loft. New roof and exterior paint 2017. Updated main electric panel with generator hookup. Post and rail fence along the road adds to the charm of this wonderful home.
Open House
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Homeowners can sometimes overlook things in the excitement to buy a property. When purchasing a property, there are a few red flags that you should be aware of:

1. Fresh paint on some walls

Some homeowners sometimes use a fresh paint job to hide problems with the house. If you find out some walls are freshly painted while others are not, ask the homeowner or the real estate agent some questions. Compare the answers of the seller with the agent to see if they match. Then compare the information with the seller's disclosure beforehand about any issues or past repairs with the property. If you suspect that the home contains some home renovations that you are not aware of underneath the fresh paint, then you should call an experienced general contractor to help you take a look.

2. Title issues

A home buyer or lender will carry out a title search while the home is in escrow. You should pay attention to the preliminary title report and check if there are liens, restrictions, encumbrances and anything else that could restrict how you can use the property. When doing due diligence during the escrow period, make sure you understand your rights as a buyer on the property and any third parties included in the title. As a rule of thumb, the longer a title report is, the more likely there's something there that you should know. A preliminary title report is an important document that you should go through. If you do not understand the terms on the title document, ask for help from your real estate agent or a lawyer.

3. Cheap flips

Today's real estate market is filled with people who are looking to make money from flipping homes cheaply. Be wary to avoid becoming a victim of a quick flip. Many houses are products of extensive renovations. Sometimes the contractors use substandard building materials that may have problems despite their shiny looks. As a buyer, you should check the kind of materials used in the home you want to buy. If you don’t know much about construction, hire a general contractor to help you inspect the home extensively.

Pay attention to the seller’s disclosures to identify any red flags that may be there and if they will cause you problems in the future. Consult with a real estate agent or lawyer to help you avoid issues with your home purchase.




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