Waterfront Log Home in Manchester close to Litchfield border.

I love unique homes, and log construction is one of my favorites.    I took these photos in November to supplement the MLS photos online, MLS4239510.  Contact me for additional information.

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Log Home on Merrimack River – 4540 Brown Ave in Manchester –Click image for larger view.

This home exudes character!   Log home on the Merrimack river with vaulted beam ceilings, wide plank wood floors, rough hewn counters in the kitchen and antique wood fired cook stove.  Finished basement with bedroom, family room, bath and more water views!  Whole house automatic generator.
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View South on Merrimack River

Seriously beautiful property.  There is a sandy area you could put a boat in, but it is down the hill to the north end of the lot.

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View North on the Merrimack River

Warm and inviting home close to the city activities, easy access to the highways and airport, and close to golf.
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Vaulted Beamed Living Room

 

 

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Antique Wood Cooking Stove in Kitchen
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Garage with Studio on Left

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Basement Family Room

 

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Automatic House Generator

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Stonewalls

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Beamed Tongue & Groove Ceiling in Kitchen

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5 Minutes to 18 hole golf course in Litchfield, NH

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Manchester GIS Flood Plain Map

 

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1 Storybrook Ln in Amherst, NH For Sale Real Estate

1 Storybrook Ln, Amherst, NH

Four-bedroom, 2.5 baths, backing up to open space in Jasper Valley.  Tons of wood floors! Step-down family room with beamed ceiling and beautiful brick fireplace with built-ins. Tons of crown molding (even bedrooms), new quartz counters in kitchen.

Serene wooded backdrop in rear with pergola covered in Wisteria over deck and large brick patio overlooking granite boulders and wooded open space.

This home has character, just needs your imagination and elbow grease to make a masterpiece.

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Just my thoughts.  –Jenn

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Top Towns In A Declining Market

Something I noticed in the recent real estate debacle was that more “desirable” areas fared better overall. They were the last to start declining and they were the first market areas to stabilize. This may not be news to everybody but I thought it was rather interesting to point out.

-Just my thoughts.

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Foreclosures

Wow!

The wave of foreclosures has everybody talking.  Right now there are so many foreclosures out there that it’s creating an oversupply of homes for sale.   There are times I’m doing an appraisal and the only comparable sales I have are foreclosures and these are not what I would use for a typical refinance or purchase.  Why, you say?

The problem is that typically homes that have been foreclosed on have issues with deferred maintence, interior elements have been removed such as lighting fixtures and even sinks, they are typically filthy, and many times the house becomes stigmatized to some extent.  Some would call it bad energy or just bad Fung Shui (http://www.redlotusletter.com/) that comes from a foreclosed property.  People like homes that had a owner who raised a nice family there…a feel good home.

The quantity of foreclosures is creating a downward pressure on prices.  We appear to be at the bottom of this “Foreclosure Tsunami” and in the next few months there will most likely be a leveling off.   Once this happens the market will start to stabilize and hopefully people will stop being afraid to put their feet back in the real estate market.

Just something to think about.

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