Posted by Steven Sawyer on 12/26/2019


20 Circle Drive, Barnstead, NH 03225

Center Barnstead

Single-Family

$165,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
Spacious Raised Ranch, open concept livingroom, dining area kitchen. Features a stone hearth with a wood stove. Vaulted ceiling in the livingroom. Full walkout basement ready for your finishing touched, added living space.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Steven Sawyer on 12/16/2019

This Single-Family in East Kingston, NH recently sold for $195,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Steven Sawyer - Nexus Realty, LLC.


1 Carob Lane, East Kingston, NH 03827

Single-Family

$199,900
Price
$195,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
Great price for the Exeter school system, home needs renovations, refinish wood floors and interior paint. Being sold "as is". One of two homes on the street. Surrounded by association land. 8 miles from downtown Exeter. Great for a first time home buyer or just looking to downsize. Don't miss out on this opportunity.






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Steven Sawyer on 12/3/2019

This Single-Family in Antrim, NH recently sold for $168,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Steven Sawyer - Nexus Realty, LLC.


32 Pleasant Street, Antrim, NH 03440

Single-Family

$168,000
Price
$168,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
Single Story living just outside the town of Antrim. open concept kitchen, dining area and livining room. Two bedrooms, a master bath and 2nd full bath. Ready to move right in.






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Steven Sawyer on 10/25/2019


32 Pleasant Street, Antrim, NH 03440

Single-Family

$168,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
Single Story living just outside the town of Antrim. open concept kitchen, dining area and livining room. Two bedrooms, a master bath and 2nd full bath. Ready to move right in.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Steven Sawyer on 10/20/2019

What do you think is the best paint color to sell your house? It often seems that the best color is white since it evokes a clean canvas for the buyer. While white is an excellent color to start with, you may find that if you warm up the interior of the house just a bit, it may assist prospective buyers in feeling more at home when they walk in than stark white. Here are some excellent fresh but neutral colors to paint your house to prepare it for the market.

Colors for the Kitchen

White kitchens have been everywhere recently, but a completely white kitchen doesn't give most buyers that homey feeling that draws them in. Neutral warm or cool grays offset those beautiful white cabinets while exposing any particular architectural details. Some reports show sales increases prices with appropriately colored walls. Your agent will know which colors are most popular in your area but some to look at are Hazelnut or Lilac Gray.

Bathroom Colors

In bathrooms, blue seems to be the color of choice. A freshly painted pale blue master bath can give the buyer a sense of a spa-like retreat while deeper hues provide a room the ever-popular nautical theme.

Bedroom Colors

Home seller reports show that rooms painted a matte soft cerulean blue made a higher net profit than expected. For added appeal, try to pair the blue with white baseboards and stage the room with natural woods. Buyers want to step into a space that feels restful. 

Living Room Colors

For your living room, look for lighter beiges and warmer gray-browns. This color combination will help the room feel more cozy and welcoming. Boldly accent the beige with a white fireplace mantle and baseboards for a clean and comfortable feel. You can use some natural woods and cozy textures when staging the room.

Dining Room Colors

For the dining room, cool bluish-grays give the room a more formal appeal and instantly updates the space. Statistics showed that dining rooms painted with a bluish gray sold for higher pricing than homes with white dining rooms.

Best practices for a smaller home are to paint most rooms the same neutral color as it gives the house a more substantial feel. But, if you have a larger home, paint in such a way to highlight the architectural detail of each room while remaining neutral. If you want to have one very bright paint, make it the front door. Studies show that a brightly painted front door adds curb appeal to any home.

As always, discuss any color changes with your professional real estate agent for the best ROI and quickest sale.







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