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Posted by Todd Alperin on 6/21/2017


110 Freedom Hill Road, Hampstead, NH 03841

Mobile Home

$230,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Thinking of downsizing or retiring? Take a look at this meticulously maintained 3 year young affordable home with numerous upgrades located at the desirable 55 plus Granite Village Retirement Community. Stunning upgraded kitchen featuring cherry cabinets, stainless stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinets and counter space. Open concept living room and dining room with cathedral ceilings, beautiful upgraded bow window, and slider leading to freshly stained deck. Spacious master bedroom with walk-in closet and large master bathroom. Second bedroom is generously sized with large closet. Oversized full guest bathroom . Breakfast nook overlooking backyard. Crown molding throughout. Ceiling fans. Central air conditioning. 2 car attached garage that has been insulated, sheetrocked and offers a pull down staircase for storage. Storage shed with electric. Lovely landscaped yard with irrigation system. Driveway has been freshly sealed. A pleasure to show! Rare offering at Granite Village. Don't miss this opportunity.
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Posted by Todd Alperin on 6/21/2017


110 Freedom Hill Road, Hampstead, NH 03841

Mobile Home

$230,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Thinking of downsizing or retiring? Take a look at this meticulously maintained 3 year young affordable home with numerous upgrades located at the desirable 55 plus Granite Village Retirement Community. Stunning upgraded kitchen featuring cherry cabinets, stainless stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinets and counter space. Open concept living room and dining room with cathedral ceilings, beautiful upgraded bow window, and slider leading to freshly stained deck. Spacious master bedroom with walk-in closet and large master bathroom. Second bedroom is generously sized with large closet. Oversized full guest bathroom . Breakfast nook overlooking backyard. Crown molding throughout. Ceiling fans. Central air conditioning. 2 car attached garage that has been insulated, sheetrocked and offers a pull down staircase for storage. Storage shed with electric. Lovely landscaped yard with irrigation system. Driveway has been freshly sealed. A pleasure to show! Rare offering at Granite Village. Don't miss this opportunity.
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Posted by Todd Alperin on 6/20/2017


110 Freedom Hill Road, Hampstead, NH 03841

Mobile Home

$230,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
4
Baths
Thinking of downsizing or retiring? Take a look at this meticulously maintained 3 year young affordable home with numerous upgrades located at the desirable 55 plus Granite Village Retirement Community. Stunning upgraded kitchen featuring cherry cabinets, stainless stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinets and counter space. Open concept living room and dining room with cathedral ceilings, beautiful upgraded bow window, and slider leading to freshly stained deck. Spacious master bedroom with walk-in closet and large master bathroom. Second bedroom is generously sized with large closet. Oversized full guest bathroom . Breakfast nook overlooking backyard. Crown molding throughout. Ceiling fans. Central air conditioning. 2 car attached garage that has been insulated, sheetrocked and offers a pull down staircase for storage. Storage shed with electric. Lovely landscaped yard with irrigation system. Driveway has been freshly sealed. A pleasure to show! Rare offering at Granite Village. Don't miss this opportunity.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Todd Alperin on 6/18/2017

If you are plagued with a small room and are ready to make that room feel and appear larger take a look at the tips below. De-clutter: Clutter can make any size room feel small. This goes for wall clutter, trinkets and ‘stuff’ clutter, furniture clutter, etc. Too much on the walls can make the room feel and look smaller. Go for a simpler approach and choose a focal wall, adding frames or artwork there. Everyone has items that they absolutely ‘have’ to display, but there comes a point where it’s too much, especially in a small room. If you can’t part with anything, rotate displaying these items with the seasons, changing them out when you change out your seasonal décor. Less Furniture: Take a look at the furniture you have in the room and decide whether it is all absolutely necessary. Could you do some cleaning and remove a dresser or cabinet? Or could you move those storage pieces into a closet so you aren’t losing the storage but creating more space in that room? Smaller dressers can fit quite nicely in typical 2 door closets, still leaving plenty of space for hanging clothes. If considering a living room, it’s best to have one larger couch than multiple pieces. Wall Storage & Hidden Storage: Removing storage pieces that sit on the ground and replacing with wall storage will add the perception of a bigger space. Wall storage such as shelves or small horizontal cabinets are an easy way to create more storage (moderation is key or it will also clutter the room). Would you rather place pieces of art on the walls? Try hidden storage pieces such as coffee tables and ottomans that open. This trick will also allow for you to remove cluttering pieces of small storage furniture. Light Colored Paint: It’s a known fact in the world of interior design that dark colors make a room feel and look smaller. If you are trying to make the room appear larger, choose a lighter colored paint. To take it a step further, choose cool lighter colors rather than warm tones. This could include a range of blues and greens and cool grays and whites. Light colored floors: Piggybacking on the point above, lighter colored floors are another way to create the perception of a larger room. Lighter floor colors such as oak or birch laminate or hardwood and lighter colored rugs such as tans, grays, and white/cream are all good options. There are many ways to create the perception of a larger room. Above are just a few. Be mindful of the type of room you are trying to make feel larger. You can try just one or try them all together but they are sure to do the trick.




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Posted by Todd Alperin on 6/11/2017

Online retailers like eBay, Pop Sugar and Bonanza prove that selling used products pays off. They aren’t alone. Consignment stores and charities also realize the worth in used items. These organizations are doing what homeowners who host yard sales have been doing for years. They are taking furniture, clothes, toys, household accessories and other items and making them available, at a reasonable price, to people who find them valuable. Tips to Make Your Yard Sale a Winner Host a yard sale and you could use the money to pay for a vacation, your children’s school clothes, concert tickets or another expense. To increase the chances that your yard sale will be successful:

  • Pick the right day and time. Yard sales are often held on Saturdays. Be open to holding a yard sale on a weekday to attract college students, parents and self-employed people who work from home. Schedule a rain date in the event that the weather takes a sudden turn.
  • Get enough help. Solicit the help of family and friends. Assign someone to operate the cash register, someone to field customer questions and someone to help carry large items to customers’ vehicles. Ask two other people to roam the area, answering customer questions and providing security so no one walks off with items without paying.
  • Position art pieces, great values and attention grabbers near corners and curbs, to attract visitors. Colorful items, especially items with bright, large print, attract attention which is exactly what you want.
  • Group toys, clothes, furniture and other items together to make it easy for visitors to find what they want. The easier you make it for visitors to pick up what they want, the quicker you may land a sale.
  • Have enough change and consider accepting debit and credit card payments. The last thing that you want is to watch a potential sale walk off because you didn’t have change to handle their purchase. Keep dollar bills, fives, tens and two to three rolls of quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies on hand.
  • Promote your yard sale online and offline. Post information about your yard sale at your social media accounts, places like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Tell your colleagues and neighbors that you’re having a yard sale. Be sure to let them know the day and time of the yard sale.
  • Put signs in your yard a few days prior to the yard sale. Add the date and time for the yard sale to each sign. Make sure that the signs are large and printed in bright colors like red and white.
  • Ask visitors to spread the word about your yard sale. When people visit your yard sale, ask them to tell at least one other person about your yard sale. If they bring two or more people with them to your yard sale, consider giving the referrer a discount on an item that they purchase.
  • Offer great deals but make sure that you generate a profit. Research online prices for similar items that you are selling. Try to beat online and offline deals, but make sure that your yard sale is profitable.
By hosting a yard sale, you’ll be cleaning your home. You’ll also create more space for newness. And you’ll offer household items to people who find the items valuable. Host three or more yard sales a year and you may learn additional ways to yield more success from the sales. With experience and the right amount of advertising, you could generate $1,000 or more off of each yard sale that you host.




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