Posted by Amanda Bruen on 7/2/2018

This Single-Family in Atkinson, NH recently sold for $613,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Amanda Bruen - Cameron Prestige.


96 Shannon Road, Atkinson, NH 03811

Single-Family

$599,900
Price
$613,000
Sale Price

5
Bedrooms
10
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
You'll Be Impressed w/ this Exceptional Property featuring over 3100 sf nestled on 3+ acre wooded lot abutting the 12th hole of Atkinson Country club & surrounded by beautiful ever-changing perennial landscaping. There has never been a house more suitable for entertaining than this one! This spacious, 5 BD 2.5 BA bright & meticulously maintained colonial is equipped for all your guests & family members needs & is the perfect home for year round entertaining, especially in summer! The inviting 2-story foyer with sunny Palladian windows & wood turnstyle staircase welcomes you into a home that truly reflects pride of ownership. First floor offers Spacious eat-in Kitchen w/ center island/breakfast bar, SS Appliances w/ French doors leading to backyard oasis , fireplaced Family Room with vaulted ceilings, Living Rm, Dining Rm, office/bed , half bath with laundry and newly refinished Hardwood Floors thru-out. Second floor offers an enormous master suite e/ cathedral ceiling complete with master bath and his & her walk-in closets, plus 3 additional bedrooms and full bath. Full finished basement allows for kids to have their own private space and as well as workout room. The backyard oasis features fenced in in-ground heated pool w/ gazebo, outdoor kitchen, private professionally landscaped yard with an abundance of flowering plantings, trees and shrubs, irrigation system and custom stone patio and walkway. Showings begin Friday 4/13/18.






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Posted by Amanda Bruen on 7/2/2018

When you have children, you want to ensure that they’re safe and healthy. You probably have done childproofing and try to keep as many hazards out of your kid's way as possible. There are plenty of hidden dangers around your home that you may have never thought of to protect your kids. Read on To discover more ways to keep your kids safe. 


Dishwasher


You use your dishwasher on a regular basis, and if you have kids, there are a few risks involved that you may have never even thought. The door on the dishwasher should have a secure locking feature on it. If the door isn’t properly closed, all it takes is a little tap from a child, and everything from the dishwasher can come crashing out. Even the door to the appliance itself can be heavy. You don’t want that hitting your child.  


For older children, if the dishwasher isn’t properly loaded, chores can become hazardous. Sharp knives and forks should be pointing in the right direction so when a child is unloading the dishwasher, they aren’t accidentally hurt. 


Dishwasher detergent pods can be a choking hazard as well. Keep these out of reach of children. 


The Oven Or Range


Your oven or range should be correctly installed to avoid injuries. Anti-tip brackets should be mounted on ranges so that there isn’t a risk of the appliance falling on your child. If the child leans on or climbs on the range, there is less risk this way. 


Wall ovens should have doors that lock well. Usually, wall ovens are installed a bit higher up in the kitchen, but oven doors that fly open can pose an injury risk. 


On the stovetop, make sure that pot handles are turned in to keep little hands from grabbing them. If you can, use the back burners instead of the front. This will be an added security to keep your kids from getting burned. 


Your Child’s Room


Young children will spend a lot of time in their nursery. Between napping and playing, you want to be sure that the room is safe. The crib should be sturdy with a firm mattress. Nothing should be placed in the crib besides a fitted sheet. It’s preferable to have new cribs for babies as older cribs can be worn and wobbly. Hand-me-downs could even be missing parts. Be sure that the child’s room doesn’t have a lot of electrical cords and any unused outlets have caps on them.            




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Posted by Amanda Bruen on 6/29/2018


7 Susan Street, Danville, NH 03819

Mobile Home

$59,900
Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1
Baths
Well maintained two bedroom, 1 bathroom, manufactured home nestled comfortably on a beautiful lot in Cotton Farm Village. This property is in a prime location with major shopping and routes nearby for easy access and transportation. With an eat-in-kitchen, living room, plus an extra bonus room, this property is ready for you to call it home!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Amanda Bruen on 6/29/2018


7 Susan St, Danville, NH 03819

Mobile Home

$59,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Well maintained two bedroom, 1 bathroom, manufactured home nestled on a beautiful lot in Cotton Farm Village. This property is in a prime location with major shopping and routes nearby for easy access and transportation. With an eat-in-kitchen, living room, plus an extra bonus room, this property is ready for you to call it home!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Amanda Bruen on 6/25/2018

Want to sell your house? You're not alone, as many home sellers across the country will allocate significant time and resources to ensure that their properties stand out from the competition.

Ultimately, the steps you take before you list your residence may dictate homebuyers' interest in your house. And if you prepare your home accordingly, you may be able to streamline the home selling process.

So what does it take to get your house ready for the real estate market? Here are three steps that every home seller should follow.

1. Remove Clutter

Clutter is an eyesore that home sellers can live without. Thus, you'll want to spend some time getting rid of clutter before you add your house to the real estate market. Because if you don't, you risk alienating potential homebuyers as soon as they enter your house.

To de-clutter effectively, place any personal belongings in storage. This will allow you to free up space quickly and effortlessly.

Also, if you need to de-clutter in a hurry, you may want to consider hosting a garage sale. By doing so, you can sell excess items for a quick profit.

2. Clean Up Your Living Space

A clean home is a beautiful home, and a beautiful home is one that is ready to sell. Therefore, cleaning up your living space can make a world of difference in a competitive housing market, especially for those who want to accelerate the home selling process.

When it comes to cleaning your living space, go above and beyond the call of duty. Mop the floors, wipe down the walls and ensure that your house looks great inside and out.

Remember, you only get one chance to make a first impression. But if you dedicate the necessary time and resources to clean up your living space, you should have no trouble generating substantial interest in your home as soon as it hits the real estate market.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

Let's face it – selling a home can be stressful. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available to help you alleviate stress and take the guesswork out of listing your residence.

An experienced real estate agent understands what it takes to sell a house in any real estate market, at any time. This real estate professional will promote your home to the right groups of homebuyers, set up home showings and host open houses. Plus, he or she will go the extra mile to help you maximize the value of your residence.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is a housing market expert. This professional will be able to keep you up to date about any offers on your home and provide recommendations and insights throughout the home selling process. Also, if you ever have questions about selling your home, your real estate agent will be happy to address your queries at any time.

Employ a real estate agent to help you sell your home, and you can get the most out of your home selling experience.




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