Kim Daneault
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan | 603-345-7783 | [email protected]


Posted by Kim Daneault on 5/26/2019

This Single-Family in Amherst, NH recently sold for $319,900. This Colonial style home was sold by Kim Daneault - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


7 Windsor Drive, Amherst, NH 03031

Single-Family

$319,900
Price
$319,900
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
BACK ON MARKET!!! This home sets perfectly on with spacious front and back yards. Enter into a welcoming finished breezeway and another space of a tiled Mudroom/laundry Wood floors flow throughout the entire home and has tiled and updated bathrooms. Spacious kitchen with birch cabinets and includes pendant lighting desk area The front door welcomes you to s large wood burning fireplaced family room. Continuing to the rest of the home brings you to a chair-railed dining room and A beautifully update vaulted ceiling living with wide pine floors. The living room walks out to a new large deck with room enough for entertaining and bbq all while enjoying the grand pool area. Three good sized rooms on second level including a guest room with two closets and 2 linen closets in the light filled hall. A full bathroom with a tiled surround tub and updated vanity. Finally, the lower level has a room for perhaps an office or play area and there is plenty of storage in the unfinished portion. Be in time to enjoy the summer fun in the home that is in a wonderful location of Amherst!






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Posted by Kim Daneault on 5/26/2019

Add beauty and serenity to your new home be designing a flower garden. Creating a flower garden doesnít have to be a huge time-consuming chore if you donít want it to be. In fact, with the right plant selections, it can be fairly low-maintenance year round.

Hereís what you need to know about designing a flower garden:

Start by taking note of where you would like to place your flower beds. Youíll want to have a good idea of how much sunlight and shade this area receives as well as the soil quality.

Itís good to know how quickly the soil dries out or how much it retains moisture to best understand which plants will thrive here and which might need extra care.

If youíre looking for a low maintenance garden youíll want to pick plants that will naturally thrive in these conditions with needing you to fuss over them very much.

Start your garden small, especially if this is your first, as you can always expand later but it will be more difficult to shrink down. Youíll also want to keep the types of plants you have in mind when planning size.

Plan based on the sizing of a mature plant and not the size you initially take it home as. This will prevent overcrowding which will keep all of your plants happy and look best visually.

Trace out the shape of your garden and test how easy it is to maintain the lawn around it. This way you will know exactly what to expect when doing law maintenance and can avoid any particular tricky corners or shapes to navigate.   

When planning placement of your flowers arrange plants by height with the tallest blooms in the back and shortest up front. This ensures that every flower will have equal access to sunlight without taller plants overshadowing those below them.  

You will also want to plan the depth of your flower beds so that you can access even the furthest reaches with ease. Donít create hard to reach spots that make it easy for weeds or pests to take root and flourish just out of your reach.

Visually it is best to plant at least three plants of a kind. Whether you cluster them together or spread them out is up to you. As you plot out the expanse of your garden carries colors of flowers through all of your beds for a cohesive look across your yard.

Itís best to plan to add more than just flowering greenery. Shrubbery, ornamental grass and foliage add texture and interest year round. It keeps your garden looking full during periods without blooms and allows said blooms to really pop when they are in season.




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Posted by Kim Daneault on 5/19/2019

When you buy a home, thereís more to shop for than just the right place to live. Before you settle with a lender, you should shop around a bit. You want to be sure that your lender has your very best interests in mind when youíre in the midst of making one of the biggest purchases of your lifetime. Below, youíll find some of the most important questions that you need to ask a lender while youíre in the process of buying a home.


Do You Offer Any Special Programs?


Choosing the right lender involves choosing a firm that offers the types of programs that will be helpful to your specific situation. You should look for a lender that offers a wide array of loans to suit your needs. Beware of any lender who tries to push you into a certain type of loan, especially if you donít feel that it is a good fit for you. 


Do You Understand The Terms Of Certain Types Of Loans?


If you are seeking a certain type of loan, you probably should tell your lender that upfront. Of they seem familiar with it and have worked with the loan before, youíre in good hands. If the type of loan that youíre looking for is more uncommon, then you may need to shop around carefully for the right lender who understands your needs. 


Do I meet The Qualifications For Specific Loans?


The requirements for the same loan at two different lenders could be different. Things like your credit score could be a big factor. If you have a less than desirable credit score, this would also prompt you to want to look around a bit. You should know that different lenders have different terms and looking at a few lenders could be beneficial to you.


What Are The Mortgage Rates?


Youíll need a general ballpark idea of what rates will be for you when you finally secure that home loan. Keep in mind that rates fluctuate often and that an estimate will be just that. Itís not a number that will be set in stone, however, it will give you a good place to start as you shop around for a loan. 


Do You Help With Down Payments?


There are many down payment assistance programs available and your lender can help you to navigate them. The more you put down, the better your interest rate will be. If the amount that youíre able to put down on a home is a factor for you, definitely discuss it with your lender.


Can You Provide Pre-Approval Proof?


In hot real estate markets, youíre going to need some proof that youíre pre-approved in order to have the upper hand once you put in an offer on a home. Your lender should be able to provide your real estate agent with a certified letter of your pre-approval and the amount. 


Choosing the right lender is just as important as choosing the right realtor and the right home to buy. Itís just another part of the home buying process!




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Posted by Kim Daneault on 5/19/2019


7 Chablis Court, Bedford, NH 03110

Single-Family

$1,150,000
Price

5
Bedrooms
13
Rooms
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Back on Market due to Buyer financing.LAST LOT in the Premier Cul-De-Sac location in the SOUGHT AFTER neighborhood of Cote dOr Estates of Bedford.Exceptional quality and detailing is obvious in master craftsman Built homes By Shanner Luxury Homes.To be COMPLETED MODEL HOME with exquisite detailing including that of architectural rendered woodwork, stonework and windows.Additionally, boasts of features including Hardwood floors, Granite, Custom Coffered ceiling, Columns, Custom window trims, Fireplace, Built-ins, Archways, Spacious Kitchen, Mudroom, Pantry closet, Balconied 2 Story Foyer, and MORE! Plan for a 5 BEDROOM HOME.This home is specially designed for gracious living and entertaining and has all of the features and floor plan for enjoyment inside and out. Situated on a perfectly sloping lot featuring wooded landscape with exposure to open back yard abutting several acres of CONSERVATION LAND of beauty with enough space for a pool.Be in time to make your design choices!
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Posted by Kim Daneault on 5/18/2019


164 Hoyt Street, Manchester, NH 03103

Single-Family

$264,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Beautiful and well maintained Cape Style home in fantastic location. This home is on a quiet road and includes 3 bedrooms and 2 Full bathrooms. Town taxes as a 2 bedroom. A room with a closet on first level could be used as a bedroom or extra living/office space and there is a full bathroom allowing for potential of one level living. New carpets throughout the first floor. Second floor 2 bedrooms with extra light of skylights and large front to back sized with another large full bath. Master has 2 closets. Newer windows. The unfinished basement is wonderful storage and with washer and dryer. Basement possible to finish as you need. The home also has a nicely landscaped yard shows like an adorable area of paradise with garden areas of stone paths, perennials, storage shed and much more. Loved and cared for throughout many years and in a very clean state ready for the next home owners to enjoy many years and to add your own touches! Showings during Open Houses Saturday May 18 11a-1p and Sunday May 19 11a-1p
Open House
Sunday
May 19 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 164 Hoyt Street, Manchester, NH 03103    Get Directions






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