Looking for One Floor Living?

Check out this new listing in Newbury, NH.  Immaculate, bright and spacious, this home is move-in ready!  It sits on 2.1 acres in a quiet neighborhood on a cul-de-sac, close to Mount Sunapee, Lake Sunapee and Lake Todd.  All one floor living is possible as the master bedroom is on the main floor as well as the living spaces and laundry room.  The master has a huge walk-in closet.  Sip your coffee on the screened porch or in the breakfast area.  Grill burgers on the deck and enjoy your surroundings.  For more photos and information, visit http://tour.circlepix.com/home/5MLVK4.  Offered at $328,000.

GarveysmallChris McKee, Listing Agent, 603-526-4116

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Looking for Land?

With 23.92 acres you’ll have plenty of privacy while enjoying mountain views.  Mt. Sunapee Resort is just a few miles up the road for winter and summer fun.  Snowmobile trails are down the hill.  Have a farm with horses, build a hunting camp, or build your dream home!  There is a two bedroom cape already there which has had many recent updates.  Subdivision possibilities with plans for a 51 unit townhouse development (would need to go through permitting process).  Think of the endless possibilities!  Offered at $300,000.

IMG_0167Jane Snow, Listing Agent, 603-526-4116

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Able to Help Out Your Community?

Food pantry2The Sunapee Food Pantry has needs for the following items:  chili, bread/muffin mixes, laundry detergent, canned carrots or beets, canned chicken, hot and cold cereals, fruit snacks, fruit juice, dog food, dish detergent, household cleaners, size six diapers, and grocery gift cards in any denomination for perishable grocery items.  Items can be dropped off at the Sunapee Town Office.

Thank you for your continued support and donations.

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Live Where You Play!

Completely renovated, low maintenance, turn key home in Chalk Pond community.  3 BRs, 1.5 baths with second floor family room.  Half of the basement has just been finished for additional living space.  Large wrap-around deck.  Chalk Pond Association amenities include tennis courts, playground, kayak access areas and sandy beach, proximity to Audubon wildlife sanctuary and John Hay estate for miles of hiking trails.  Tranquil Chalk Pond is great for kayaking.  Offered at $215,000.

photo 1Christina McKee, Listing Agent, 603-526-4116

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Think Turkey?

The cooler weather is coming, leaves are falling and before you know it Thanksgiving will be here!  And what better tradition could you start than running/walking in the Sunapee Harbor Turkey Trot!  This will be the 8th year for the 5K race held each Thanksgiving Day at 9am.  There’s even a 1K Chicken Run for the kids.  Registration is now open at www.sunapeeturkeytrot.com.  Get out and get some fresh air and exercise before that big turkey dinner!

Looking for a Home Close to Skiing?

This spacious, upscale home is close to Mt. Sunapee in a quiet, private setting with many upgrades.  Nicely landscaped level lot.  Great home for entertaining with plenty of living area inside and out.  Kitchen features granite countertops with center island, hardwood floor, slider to the deck, propane stove for extra heat and ambiance and convenient breakfast area.  Formal dining room with hardwood flooring.  Spacious family room with fireplace and tile floor opens onto the back deck.  Living room has hardwood floor and propane fireplace for more formal entertaining.  Second floor master bedroom features propane fireplace, walk-in closet and master bath with Roman shower.  Three more bedrooms are also on the second level.  Ample storage, two car garage – it’s all here!  Price just reduced to $429,000!  Call for your appointment today.  Joan Wallen, Listing Agent, 603-526-4116.

Timothy Road, Sunapee, NH

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Ready for some Good Music?

The Sunapee Community Coffeehouse is back in full swing and this week (Friday, October 3rd) features singer/songwriter Kenny Weiland and guitarist Brad Myrick.  Performance begins at 7pm at the Sunapee Methodist Church, 17 Lower Main St., Sunapee, NH in the back of the building.

Myrick has accompanied numerous New England jazz musicians and spent summers teaching at the Experience Academy in Montagnana, Italy as well as recording in that country.  The second half of the show will feature Myrick’s unique acoustic style and originals from his upcoming solo CD.

A hat is passed for the musicians’ efforts.  Volunteers are needed to sustain the coffeehouse concert series.  Contact thomasdaniels@comcast.net if interested in volunteering.  www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org.

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New High-Speed Lift Coming at Mt. Sunapee!

Dust off your skis and snowboards and get ready for some awesome skiing at Mt. Sunapee this year.

The Sunbowl Quad chairlift at Mount Sunapee Resort is being replaced with a high-speed express quad chairlift for this winter season. This 4,300 foot lift, manufactured by Poma of America, will cut the ride time to the summit by more than half to just over 4 minutes. The lift has a vertical rise of over 1,000 feet and services 17 trails. Now, both lifts to Mount Sunapee’s 2,743 foot summit will be Poma high-speed quads.

Mt. Sunapee’s Master Development Plan also includes expanding trails from the North Peak to the Sunbowl in the future.

Get your ski passes and enjoy even more runs this winter!  Check out www.mtsunapee.com for more information

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Do you know about the Sawyer Trail in the Dewey Woods in Sunapee, NH?

Known as the Rogers Farm, this parcel was deeded to the Town of Sunapee in 1928. The Town is obligated by deed to “hold, use and manage the said premises for the public use and benefit as a public park

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and forest reserve forever.” The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (SPNHF) holds a back-up interest in the property to monitor the Town’s activities.

Located off Rte. 11, between Jobs Creek and Granliden Roads, with the entrance just before the ball field (on the left, coming from New London). Parking is available. The Sawyer Trail is a 12-step interpretive walk through the woods. A brochure providing more information can be found at: The Sawyer Trail

Take the kids and enjoy!

Know How to Have Successful Showings to Sell Your Home?

There are many elements that combine to make a successful sale.  One that you have control over is the showing of your house.  Here are 6 tips to help get your house sold.

  1. Make it as easy as possible to schedule a showing.  Yes, a 24 hr. notice would be nice, however, in this kind of market, do whatever it takes to get a buyer inside.
  2. Always have your house in ready to show condition.  But don’t avoid a showing if it’s in less than ideal shape.
  3. Have pets out of the house during the showing.
  4. Light and bright sells.  Remove dark curtains, put in higher wattage bulbs, clean windows, etc.
  5. Make sure your door locks work smoothly.   If it is difficult to unlock the door, a buyer will already be thinking “poor maintenance.”
  6. Keep the entry clear of obstacles and make it attractive.  Dragging buyers through cluttered garages or walkways, negotiating uneven steps, or avoiding pet “land mines” are a sure turn-off.

Looking for a REALTOR® to help you be successful in selling your house?  Give me a call!  Donna Forest 603-526-4116, donna@donnaforest.com, www.donnaforest.com

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