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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 8/18/2017

This Single-Family in Atkinson, NH recently sold for $460,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Heidi Mahoney - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.


18 Village Dr, Atkinson, NH 03811

Single-Family

$469,900
Price
$460,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Move-in condition Atkinson beauty in a sought after cul-de-sac neighborhood. This home has been kept in terrific condition by the original owners and many updates have been done over the years. The kitchen has been updated with new s/s appliances, granite countertops, lighting and an expanded dining area with access to the deck. There are hardwood floors throughout the first floor. The family room offers built-in cabinets, wood fireplace, surround sound and newer windows. Enjoy the arrival of summer sitting on your expansive farmer's porch sipping a cold drink! The large flat backyard and an oversized maintenance free deck make this a great home for outdoor entertaining! There is a finished room with 1/2 bath in lower level, great storage with custom California closets throughout, new furnace, and so much more!

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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 8/14/2017

What is it about cabinets that make them so difficult to keep organized? Despite our best efforts storage containers always seem to take over while baking ware get lost in the far back depths of corner cabinets. Im here with X tips to keep your kitchen cabinets neat and tidy once and for all.

  1. Start with a major clear out to eliminate any unnecessary clutter. The kitchen is the easiest room in the house to build up excess stuff as it all seems so useful. However, in truth all those specialized gadgets and extra plates simply collect dust and make organizing more difficult.

  2. Give everything a place. By assigning each and every item in your kitchen cabinets a home you will be less likely to shove things away into drawers or into the back of cabinets. You will also be able to more effectively put the following tips to use as you will know exactly which solutions will work best for your belongings.

  3. Adding stacking shelves for plates and bowls adds extra storage to tall cabinets. Stacking shelves make the most of empty space without stacking plates a mile high and prevents having to pull from the bottom of a pile to grab a dinner plate.

  4. Add slide out organization to cabinets to create easy to reach access to the depths of cabinets without requiring a step ladder. They are easy to find at your local hardware or home goods store and easy to install on your own.

  5. Keep similar pantry items together in easy to grab bins. Think baking items together in one bin and spices in another. Matching bins placed on open shelves add a stylish touch to your home while clear containers allow you to see what is in each bin at a glance.

  6. Drawer dividers avoid the classic jumbled drawer of kitchen gadgets. Just as with pantry bins keeping like items in each section allows to easily find utensils at a glance. When shopping for dividers be sure to keep your utensils sizes and shapes in mind to find appropriately proportioned containers that will make the most of drawer space.

  7. Lazy susans in cabinets make it easy to find spices, canned goods and cooking oils with a quick spin of the fingertips. Keeping a lazy susan in the cabinet nearest your stove makes cooking an easier process.

  8. Alternatively, a spice rack on the inside of a cabinet adds storage space while putting cooking spices within arm's reach and puts the whole array at an eyes glance. Again, this makes the most of vertical space to free up shelf space for other items.

  9. Hang mugs up on a spinning mug tree, mug rack or hooks under upper cabinets to make the most of vertical kitchen space, again, to free up precious shelf space. So often homeowners stuff their cabinets with mugs, unnecessarily monopolizing cabinet space.

  10. Invest in a matching food storage set that can nest easily. Better yet, look for the type where the lids snap together for an even easier storage solution. This also allows your food storage containers to be tucked away into one of the organizational bins from tip number four.

By making the most of vertical space and thinking outside the box when it comes to adding storage space to cabinets you can finally have organized cabinets that stay organized. To get the most out of these tips be sure to follow through on tip number one. Happy organizing!




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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 8/11/2017


86 Ellyson Ave, Hampstead, NH 03826

Single-Family

$463,900
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Start packing!! This beautiful Colonial has great space for the whole family and many updates! Walk through the front door and you are greeted with a spacious entryway and gleaming hardwood floors that extend to the Living Room and Dining Room. You will love the large, bright and open cabinet packed Kitchen with breakfast nook, desk area, and new tile flooring. The open concept first floor also features a family room with vaulted ceilings, wood fireplace and sliders leading to a maintenance free, 2-tiered deck with an inviting hot tub. 2nd Flr has 4 BRs including a spacious master w/ master bath and walk-in closet. An unfinished walk up attic offers future expansion options. The finished lower level has 2+ rooms that can be used for an office, workout space, game room or an extra bedroom and sliders leading to the backyard. The picturesque yard has plenty of space along with lush trees for privacy. An irrigation system, new roof, new garage doors and generator hookup are just a few mor
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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 8/11/2017


86 Ellyson Avenue, Hampstead, NH 03826

Single-Family

$463,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
10
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Start packing!! This beautiful Colonial has great space for the whole family and many updates! Walk through the front door and you are greeted with a spacious entryway and gleaming hardwood floors that extend to the Living Room and Dining Room. You will love the large, bright and open cabinet packed Kitchen with breakfast nook, desk area, and new tile flooring. The open concept first floor also features a family room with vaulted ceilings, wood fireplace and sliders leading to a maintenance free, 2-tiered deck with an inviting hot tub. 2nd Flr has 4 BRs including a spacious master w/ master bath and walk-in closet. An unfinished walk up attic offers future expansion options. The finished lower level has 2+ rooms that can be used for an office, workout space, game room or an extra bedroom and sliders leading to the backyard. The picturesque yard has plenty of space along with lush trees for privacy. An irrigation system, new roof, new garage doors and generator hookup are just a few more of the features you'll find here. Fabulous neighborhood conveniently located to Rt. 111, Rt. 121A and Rt. 125.
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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 8/7/2017

A larger kitchen might be on your wish list if you're always hunting for a place to store several bags of groceries. Despite how vigorously you push and shove cereal boxes, canned vegetables and paper towels inside your kitchen cabinets, there's never enough space in your kitchen.

It's easy to gain more kitchen space with a pantry

It's reached the point where you're starting to leave desserts, canned goods, rice and macaroni and cheese on the kitchen counter. This is causing you to feel cramped whenever you pull out your cutting board and start preparing meat for large dinners, including holiday meals. You could knock out a wall and expand your kitchen. But, that could easily cost more than $15,000.

Another solution is to install a kitchen pantry. Specialty shops and home goods stores sell removable kitchen pantries. You may get more space with a double door kitchen pantry. Some pantries have storage drawers and swing open doors. Opt for pantries that give you more shelf space and no storage drawers if your standard  kitchen drawers give you enough space to store silverware.

Looking for style? Choose a kitchen pantry that is topped with a glass storage area. As a tip, you could use stackable storage units to build your pantry. Stackable storage units may offer you more style options. To get the look you want, pay attention to color. You won't have much choice when it comes to the texture that pantries are built with, as most pantries are wood.

Kitchen pantry types that offer lots of style

Modular kitchen pantries have a door at the top and a open bottom space. For style,check out a modular pantry that's designed with a glass door. To save space and expand on style, you could line three to four pantries next to each other. For example, you could place three four-drawer kitchen pantries side-by-side, creating a look similar to what you find in a library.

This kitchen pantry option might surprise you. If you're crunched for space and short on cash, use a bookcase as a pantry. There won't be a door to conceal your food items. What you will have is extra space.

To save on cost, shop at outlet stores and industrial supply stores. This way, you can get a pantry at the same price that restaurant owners pay for the furniture. Buying a cabinet that serves as a pantry will also save you money. Just make sure that the cabinet is large enough to keep you from running out of kitchen space.

The easiest way to get more space with a kitchen pantry is to buy a house that is built with a permanent pantry. Go with a house that has a door in front of the pantry and you'll get a clean look. A pantry door will keep you, your family and guests from staring at the extra food and supplies that you stock on your pantry shelves. Just make sure that you seal food before you place them in the pantry. Doing so, could keep pests away. It could also keep food from losing its freshness.




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