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hampstead nh: Stage Road Junction is Getting a Face Lift - 07/12/07 09:44 PM
Stage Road Junction Office Complex is getting a face lift! New siding, new windows, new doors a whole new appearance makes this the perfect place to call home for your business. You work hard and now you need a place to showcase that hard work. Stage Road Junction is ideally located at the junction of busy routes 111 and 121 in Hampstead NH. Hampstead is located 15 minutes east of I 93 and 15 minutes north of I 495. Boston a scant 60 minutes away and Manchester airport 25 minutes away. Busy Salem NH with it's abundance of real estate is just (21 comments)
hampstead nh: Kayaking Linekin Bay Maine - 07/06/07 06:20 PM
A perfect July day for kayaking Linekin Bay in East Boothbay Maine. While on a 4th of July camping trip to Boothbay Harbor Maine, we decided to do some kayaking. Jay and I set out at about 10:30 in the morning with a goal of reaching Ocean Point and then paddling back to our put in at the Murray Hill boat launch in East Boothbay. High tide was at 1:31 pm and we knew we'd be able to get in a few hours of easy paddling. Neither one of us had dipped our paddle in water since last summer! I think we're classic fair (29 comments)
hampstead nh: Odiorne Point a slice of NH Seacoast - 06/26/07 11:30 AM
My husband Jay and I are both beach lovers and we love to spend our free time exploring the coast of New Hampshire as well as points north along the majestic Maine coast. One of our favorite local parks is Odiorne Point State Park in Rye NH. Rye is a quick 35 minute ride from our home in Hampstead and Odiorne is a 330 acre park that is open daily year-round. We've been lucky enough to able to visit Odiorne State park during all four of our New England seasons...including the winter months. Sometimes we simply bring a bagged lunch and (22 comments)
Got a dead computer?? Or maybe you have a few of them kicking around your attic? They are not an easy item to get rid of just like all those old broken down T'V' s we've been collecting for years. What do you do with them? Can't set them out on the curb for the sanitation collectors to pick up and most of the time the local dumps won't accept them. I think I have 2 old computers in my attic and more than a few monitors hanging around. The town of Sandown New Hampshire is hosting a desperately needed Electronic (9 comments)
hampstead nh: June in Hampstead New Hampshire - 06/16/07 11:11 AM
Hampstead New Hampshire is gearing up for a fun filled summer Starting with the Summer Music series which has it's kick off event Tuesday June 19th at 7:00 pm. This event is free for all and offers an added bonus as classic car and motorcycle owners are encouraged to bring their cars and bikes. While this is an "Oldies" event, the band playing on the 19th is called the Reminisants and they are sure to appeal to all ages. They have been around since 1973 and have quite a performance history. The concert will be held adjacent to the Town Meeting (5 comments)
hampstead nh: Active Rainers meet in New Hampshire - 04/20/07 07:58 PM
It's been a strange week for me in Hampstead New Hampshire. On Wednesday our town buried a fallen solider and I witnessed "hate" first hand. Between the Virginia tragedy, our local tragedy and all the flooding we've had, this week has been pretty sad. Sad except for yesterday. I spent the day at a New Hampshire Association of REALTORS mediation training. Even if I wasn't a mediator I would have taken this class as the negotiation skills that you learn in mediation also apply to real estate. The program was taught by Sheila Maloney, who is the Assistant Director for negotiation and (21 comments)
hampstead nh: Hampstead New Hampshire Professional Office condo for rent- 1,200 per mo - 04/16/07 09:56 AM
Prime Hampstead location with high visibility. Corner of busy Route 111 and Route 121 makes an excellent location for your business. 213 Stage Road Junction Hampstead NH Professional Office Community This office condo boasts 1100 sq.ft. +/- of space including a front entry reception area, good size private office along with two 8x8 conference rooms and a larger open conference room located in the back of the unit. Kitchen facilities and a private bath all located on one floor. End unit. Parking both front and rear of unit. $1,200 plus utilities,security deposit and credit check/references required. ***Owners are licensed real estate agents** Or View (10 comments)
hampstead nh: New Hampshire...Apple picking time! - 02/01/07 08:08 PM
New Hampshire...Apple picking...Home Picking time! Waiting for a good deal to come along before you make a decision to buy a house? Good news is that your wait may finally be over. It seems unlikely that interest rates are going to go down in the near future in fact they may increase by spring. Housing economists are saying we've bottomed but the most importantly it looks like other buyers are starting the home search ...our Internet stats show an increase in buyers searching on our web site. Traditionally Spring is when the market comes alive...but to capture and take advantage of the (0 comments)
hampstead nh: Information Overload??? - 11/06/06 07:55 AM
Some …somewhat good news on the housing front this morning. Which is badly needed in the McGillicuddy household after that sloppy loss by the New England Patriots last night! My poor husband Jay is still freaked out about it! Not only is NAR on the bandwagon....but better news is hitting the press as well. I got this article in my e-mail this morning and it put a smile on my face! It seems fairly positive and written by Broderick Perkins a writer for Realty Times. Great reading with your morning coffee. http://realtytimes.com/rtcpages/20061106_sufferingglut.htm Now if only the sun would come out… (4 comments)
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