Condo – 17 Braemoor Woods Salem, NH 03079 now has a new price of $474,900!

Gorgeous 2015 Townhouse located in The Ridge at Braemoor Woods! This lovely home features 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, over 2400 sq. ft 2 car attached garage. Open concept living at its best,large fireplaced living room with vaulted ceiling and gleaming hardwood floors… Gourmet kitchen with granite counters, SS appliances breakfast bar and large eating area. The 3 season porch is located right off the kitchen to enjoy views of the private yard. First floor master suite features large bedrooms, walk in closet, master bath features granite double vanity sinks, separate shower and Jacuzzi tub.. The second floor features two large bedrooms with adjoining full bath, and loft area for extra living space. Closets galore, large basement, deck, central air. Close proximity to shopping , restaurants, and easy access to highway.

This is a Townhouse style home and features 6 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms, and is currently available for $474,900.

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Condo – 76 Eudora Unit B Haverhill, MA 01832 now has a new price of $299,900!

Welcome Home! Well maintained condex featuring 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, over 2400 sq. ft on large level lot . Large eat in kitchen with SS appliances, Spacious fireplaced living room , gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Finished walk out basement, and office in lower level, first floor laundry, central air and large deck … Pet friendly and no condo fee.

This is a Townhouse style home and features 7 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms, and is currently available for $299,900.

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Tips For Organizing Your Home and Work Space

When you stop and think about it, there are a lot of aspects of our lives that need continual organizing. The ideal scenario is to set up an organizing system when you first move into a new home, and then maintain it on a daily or weekly basis. Unfortunately, many people wait to organize their closets, pantries, or home offices until those areas are in a state of utter chaos. By then, the clutter has taken on a life of its own! Not only is it difficult to find things you’re looking for, but your frustration can spill over into other aspects of your life.

Kitchen Organizing Tips

Being organized is the bedrock of a well-managed life. While it’s far from a panacea, the results of organizing your home and work space can be far reaching. Take your refrigerator, for example. How many times has perfectly good food been wasted because it was pushed back into a corner and forgotten about until it turned into a “science experiment”? Although refrigerators are designed with organization in mind, it’s all too easy to throw vegetables in the meat drawer and haphazardly wrap up leftovers without labeling them. As a side note, if you write the current date on the label, you’ll be able to keep track of how long it’s been in the fridge and whether it’s time to throw it away. (Note: The U.S. Department of Agriculture advises that cooked leftovers be used within four days. Its food safety “window” for raw poultry and ground beef is even shorter: only one or two days.)

Whether your goal is to organize your refrigerator, kitchen cabinets, bedroom closets, or garage, the benefits are worth the time and energy. Before getting started, though, it’s helpful to make a trip to a local office supply outlet, kitchen retailer, or dollar store to pick up an assortment of small containers, canisters, drawer dividers, a marking pen, and labels.

The Benefits of Organizing Your Home

Getting started is the hardest aspect of home organizing, but there are many sound reasons for taking the initiative:

  • Improving the appearance of your home rewards you with a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of personal satisfaction.
  • When you organize closets, cabinets, or other storage areas, you’ll stumble upon things you thought you misplaced or lost, long ago.
  • You’ll get rid of miscellaneous junk and clutter, which will free up space for things you want to save, refer to, or use in the near future.
  • Organizing your household supplies, tools, and kitchen accessories will also prevent you from having to buy replacement items that you already have. Knowing where things are will save you time, money, and aggravation!

Maintaining a Semblance of Order

Getting your family to clean and organize their own rooms and work spaces is a separate challenge, but setting a positive example is one of the first steps. In the case of children, clear expectations need to be set and daily routines established. When all else fails, bribery has been know to work, too!

How To Arrange A Living Room

Your living room is one of the most used rooms of the house. It’s where the family gathers and company comes to chat. If the furniture in your living room is not arranged comfortably, then you may not enjoy the space as much as you should. Heed the tips below in order to get the furniture in the living room is arranged for comfort and practicality.  

See How Conversations Will Play Out

You want your living room to be a place where face-to-face conversation actually thrives. Even in the age of the smartphone, people still like a certain kind of connection with one another. Make sure that food and drinks will be in easy reach and that the seating is arranged in a way that allows everyone to be involved with a conversation. 

Use Dividing Factors

If you have a large living room, you’ll need to divide the space with either a room separation apparatus or a piece of furniture. Using furniture actually keeps the room cozy and free from feeling stuffy. If the living room bleeds into another room with an open floor plan, this becomes especially important. Use a sofa, and allow it to face away from the dining area in order to divide the conversation spaces and keep your home’s interior design flowing. 

Use A Focal Point

Most living rooms have a TV or a fireplace, or both. You can keep both on the same wall, or create separate spaces for both activities in order to have some division in the room. There are many different strategies that can be used in order to keep both the fireplace and the television in the same space without making a dizzying focal point.

Think Outside The Box

By arranging your furniture at a diagonal, or different angle than simple straight lines, you’ll be able to give your living room some flavor. First, set the sofa and the coffee table, then create the rest of the space around these establishing angles. This will make the room feel bigger and give it a sense of symmetry with flavor.          

Matching Furniture Gives Flow

By getting matching sofas, chairs, and side tables, you’ll be able to create a sense of symmetry in the room. The way you arrange the furniture ultimately depends on your needs and tastes, but you’ll have a few anchoring pieces to work with that will allow you to make the living room your canvas and your furniture your subjects. Have fun playing with the layout and design of the room. There’s really no right or wrong answers, just simply what will make you happy and what looks good in the space.

Open house on 5/20/2017 at 2 Mills Farm Cir Derry, NH 03038


Date: 05/20/2017 Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM  
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A 2 Bedroom and 2 bathrooms contemporary condex with a loft in the Master bedroom plus a finished basement which could make a great man cave or kids playroom.The roof was done 3 years ago. Newer cabinets and granite in the kitchen and bathrooms. Great home on a small quiet cul-de-sac. Only minutes away from highway and downtown. OFFERS DUE BY 3pm 5/20/17