Linda Ruppe - REALTOR - RE/MAX On The Move/Exeter | Exeter, NH Real Estate, Rye, NH Real Estate



261 North Road, Deerfield, NH 03037

Single-Family

$675,000
Price

4
Bedrooms
11
Rooms
3
Baths
Custom home built by the original owners preserved a bit of history in keeping the huge red barn of a by-gone era. Currently used for storing cars and other items. With 7 garages, this property is made for the Auto enthusiast. The entire house has been designed with meticulous detail. Enjoy the huge open kitchen just perfect for entertaining and dining with oversized built in seating/lounge nook to comfortably handle your guest or step outside for some al fresco dining on the tiered deck and take a moment to view the pastoral setting. Dinner over, you may wish to head upstairs to the 3rd floor to enjoy some lively conversation at the fully equipped bar or engage in a jovial contest of pool, ping pong or card games. After your guests have gone you can retire to the 2nd floor where the open stair case separates the 4 large bedrooms equally (2 on each side of the house). The master suite includes a wonderful walk in closet, a well appointed master bath and separate seating area to relax and curl up with a good book. Off the Master suite a door leads you to what the owners currently use as their in-home Gym, but would make an excellent in-law or Home Business with its separate entrance to the outside. Though it is large in size, there is still a welcoming intimacy to every corner of the home, making it a retreat for day to day life and a remarkable setting for large-scale entertaining. Pleasant Lake Boat Ramp and Veasey Park just down the street. Schedule your showing today.
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As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to transform an ordinary kitchen into a comfortable, attractive setting. With an awe-inspiring kitchen, you may be able to differentiate your house from others that are available in a competitive real estate market. Plus, your house's kitchen might even lead some homebuyers to submit offers immediately following a home showing.

Clearly, a top-notch kitchen can make a world of difference when you sell your house. But how can you determine whether a kitchen overhaul is necessary?

Here are three questions to consider before you embark on a kitchen renovation.

1. When do I plan to sell my house?

If you intend to sell your home quickly, you may have limited time at your disposal. Therefore, a complete kitchen overhaul may not be an option.

On the other hand, if you have several weeks or months to plan ahead, it may be worthwhile to evaluate your kitchen and find ways to improve it.

Consider your home selling timeline closely. That way, you can examine various home improvement projects and determine whether a kitchen renovation is a priority.

2. How much money do I have to complete a kitchen renovation?

A kitchen renovation can include everything from simple upgrades to a massive overhaul. As such, the costs associated with a kitchen renovation may vary.

Assess your home improvement budget and plan accordingly. If you have the funds available, you may be able to revamp your entire kitchen. However, if your financial resources are limited, you may need to consider cost-effective measures to enhance your kitchen.

Remember, there are many quick, easy ways to bolster your kitchen. Wiping down the walls and ceiling can help your kitchen dazzle. Meanwhile, repainting the kitchen walls and mopping the floors also provide simple, effective ways to improve your kitchen's appearance without breaking your budget.

3. Is a kitchen renovation worth my time?

A home appraisal may prove to be exceedingly valuable, particularly for home sellers who are on the fence about completing a kitchen renovation.

During a home appraisal, a property inspector will examine your residence and provide a report that highlights your house's strengths and weaknesses. This report can help you establish a price range for your home. In addition, the report may provide you with insights into whether a kitchen renovation may enable you to boost your home's value.

Lastly, if you're still uncertain about a kitchen renovation after a home appraisal, a real estate agent may be able to provide extra support.

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of selling a home. Thus, he or she can evaluate your residence and help you decide whether a kitchen renovation is worth your time.

When it comes to a kitchen renovation, it is essential for home sellers to examine all of their options. Consider the aforementioned questions, and you should have no trouble determining if a kitchen renovation is right for you.


This Single-Family in Concord, NH recently sold for $339,900. This Colonial style home was sold by Linda Ruppe - RE/MAX On The Move/Exeter.


45 Currier Road, Concord, NH 03301

Single-Family

$339,900
Price
$339,900
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Set on 3.49 private acres in Concord with easy access to downtown, this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2-bay garage colonial has everything youre looking for in your next home. An open-concept first floor includes a spacious kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors throughout, and a deck overlooking a brook. The second level features a large master bedroom with private bath and walk-in closet and three spacious bedrooms for your growing family. Built with energy-efficiency in mind, the home boasts an electric/gas dual-fuel heat pump providing both heating and cooling, as well as a Rinnai on-demand, tankless water heater. Dont delay, this one is sure to go quick. Agent Interest




Your home's driveway represents more than just an open space where you park your car day after day. In fact, your driveway could become a major selling point for your residence, one that could put your home over the top in the eyes of prospective homebuyers. So what does it take to enhance the quality of your home's driveway quickly and efficiently? Here are three factors that you should consider before you dedicate time and money to complete driveway renovations: 1. The Quality of Your Home A driveway improvement project should be considered in relation to other home improvement tasks throughout your residence. For example, is revamping your driveway more important than replacing your residence's hot water heater? This rarely, if ever, is the case, which means you may be better off dedicating your resources to other home improvement tasks before you commit time and money to enhance your driveway. Remember, your driveway is important but should not take precedence over various homebuyer must-haves. And for home sellers who are on the fence about driveway repairs, considering a homebuyer's perspective may help these sellers determine which home improvement projects should become top priorities. 2. Return on Investment (ROI) Ideally, you'll want to improve your home's driveway to enhance your residence's curb appeal and value as well as boost your chances of a quick home sale. To accomplish these feats, you'll need to ensure that the time and money you commit to driveway renovations delivers a significant return on investment (ROI); in other words, you'll want to guarantee that you'll get back what you put in to your driveway modifications. Consulting with a real estate agent can help you find the best way to maximize the ROI of driveway improvements, along with any other home repair tasks. This real estate professional is happy to provide tips to empower you with the skills and insights you need to bolster the quality of your home and optimize your residence's value. 3. The Real Estate Market Does your driveway already sparkle? If so, you may be able to use your driveway as a selling point to differentiate your residence from others on the real estate market. On the other hand, a subpar driveway that is loaded with cracks and holes may need to be repaired to the point where it won't detract from your home's curb appeal and value. When it comes to driveway improvements, it is important to note that major overhauls aren't always necessary. Instead, you may be able to fill in various cracks and holes to ensure your home's driveway offers plenty of parking and serves its purpose consistently. Take a look at some of the rival homes in your area to see the quality and condition of their driveways. By doing so, you'll be able to get a better idea about how your residence's driveway appears to homebuyers and act accordingly. Examine your driveway as you prepare to list your home on the real estate market, and you'll be ready to make any necessary improvements to help your residence generate interest from homebuyers.


20 Centenary Avenue, Laconia, NH 03246

Single-Family

$186,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
Over the Bridge and down the Street to Weir's Beach we go! One can skip, bike, drive or walk just a few minutes and you are at the most popular beach in New Hampshire. This year round home sleeps 10 and there is parking for 5 cars (strategically). Seller has raised the home to pour a foundation and turned this seasonal home to year round living. Updated with central heat and air, insulated exterior walls, paved the driveway, porches, new rugs, new kitchen flooring, new bathrooms. Thriving local area with restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Tour the area by scenic rail or sail away on the Mount Washington. Enjoy this wonderful home so close to the beaches yet tucked away allowing for some private time to enjoy your space in the quaint neighborhood just up the street from Akwa Marina Yacht Club. Come Live and Play within a stones throw of Weirs Beach.
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