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222 Villager, Chester, NH 03076

Condo

$369,900
Price

7
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Have you been searching for the perfect place to call home? Look no further this pristine duplex is only three years young and ready for new owners.all the space of a of a single-family home without outside maintenance. Enjoy swimming in the community in-ground pool or a relaxing stroll along the scenic walking trails. This home offers three levels of living space, 3 bathroom, 2 car garage, 2+ bedrooms, hardwood flooring, crown molding, and a second floor laundry room to top it off. You will love cooking in your well-appointed kitchen boasting with white ceiling high craftsman style cabinetry and granite counter tops. Are you ready for the New England winter, you will be when you can cozy up in front of a gas fireplace while the plowing is taking care of. This community is not age restricted, school district is Chester Academy & Pinkerton Academy
Open House
Saturday
September 28 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Have you been searching for the perfect place to call home? Look no further this pristine duplex is only three years young and ready for new owners. all the space of a of a single-family home without outside maintenance. Enjoy swimming in the community in-ground pool after playing a game of tennis or a relaxing stroll along the scenic walking trails. This home offers three levels of living space, 3 bathroom, 2 car garage, 2+ bedrooms, hardwood flooring, crown molding, and a second floor laundry room to top it off. You will love cooking in your well-appointed kitchen boasting with white ceiling high craftsman style cabinetry and granite counter tops. Are you ready for the New England winter, you will be when you can cozy up in front of a gas fireplace while the plowing is taking care of. This community is not age restricted, school district is Chester Academy & Pinkerton Academy
Open House
Saturday
September 28 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Location: 222 Villager Road, Chester, NH 03036    Get Directions





36 Valley Hill Road, Pelham, NH 03076

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$399,000
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4
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10
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2/1
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If space is what you have been looking for your search is over. This farmer porch colonial home offers 4 spacious bedrooms plus a second floor large bonus room. Versatile floor plan allows for a separate In-Law/ Au pair wing or first floor master bedroom with walk in closet and private bath. Detached barn for your hobbies and toys as well as attached three car garage. Enjoy spectacular views year round over looking the beautiful country side and pond.
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Saturday
September 28 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 36 Valley Hill Road, Pelham, NH 03076    Get Directions




If you plan to attend an open house, it usually pays to be prepared. That way, you'll know exactly which questions to ask during an open house and can ensure that you can gain the insights that you need to determine whether a residence is right for you.

Now, let's take a look at three key questions to ask a listing agent during an open house.

1. Why is this home for sale?

Although a home listing provides plenty of information about a residence, it is unlikely to explain why a homeowner is selling his or her house. Thus, you should use an open house to find out exactly why a home is for sale.

In many instances, a listing agent will be honest and forthright about why a homeowner has decided to add his or her residence to the real estate market. Once you receive an answer to your query, you can better understand whether a house matches your expectations.

On the other hand, if a listing agent hesitates or shies away from your question, you should be skeptical. At this point, you should continue to dig for more information about a residence to learn about any potential flaws.

2. Are there any home problems that I need to know about?

An open house enables you to get an up-close look at a residence. Furthermore, the event allows you to find out about a residence's pros and cons from a listing agent.

Ask a listing agent about any home problems – you'll be glad you did. The listing agent should be able to provide you with plenty of insights into a home's condition, ensuring you can make an informed decision about whether to submit an offer.

A listing agent is likely to be honest with you about any problems with a house. By doing so, this agent will reduce the risk of a homebuyer later rescinding an offer after a home inspection.

3. Have there been any offers on the house?

It is important to find out if there is any competition for a house, especially if you discover your dream residence. Thus, during an open house, you should ask a listing agent if any offers have been submitted on a residence.

If a listing agent responds "Yes" to your query, you may want to act fast to submit a competitive offer on a house. Because if you wait too long to make an offer on your dream residence, you risk losing this house to a rival homebuyer.

Lastly, if you need help getting ready for an open house, you should collaborate with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can provide deep insights into a residence before you attend an open house. Therefore, a real estate agent will help you take the guesswork out of getting the most out of any open house, at any time.

Want to optimize the value of an open house? Ask the aforementioned questions, and you can get the information that you need to fully evaluate a residence.


When you’re searching for a home to buy, you’ll probably attend many different open houses. The open house is meant to help you get a feel for different properties. While you can’t get to know all the ins and outs of a home in a short time, you can get an understanding of some of the best things (and not so great things) about a property. Below, you’ll find some of the biggest warning signs that a property may not be all that it appears to be. 


There’s A Lot Of Odor Masking Elements In Place


When you walk into an open house, you may get the smell of freshly baked cookies or a lovely candle. While these are great marketing techniques, they also can be a tactic to hide things. Perhaps there are some offensive odors in the house from mold, leaks, smoke, or mildew. You may not be prepared to deal with these kinds of problems once you move into a home. 


You Notice Glaring Issues


While the home inspection will reveal many problems that may be invisible to the casual observer, you should still be on the lookout for issues on the surface of the home during the open house. These issues can include cracks in the ceiling or walls, cracks in the floor, or even squeaky floor boards. If you happen to see patchy walls in the home, that could indicate that repairs have been made several times. Be alert for these potential problems.


Does The Home Look Well-Kept?


When you pull up in front of the home is the lawn trim? Does the home appear clean? While everyone would hope that a homeowner would clean up their property before an open house, small and big things like this can indicate a bigger problem. If the home is not cared for on the surface, how many other underlying maintenance issues are there in the home? Neglected regular maintenance can cause larger problems of all kinds in a home.


Strange Cosmetic Fixes


A freshly painted wall could be suspect of a big problem. Under the paint could be mold, cracks, or other issues. Some homeowners do put fresh paint on their walls before selling in order to give the home a neutral feel. However, you should be on the lookout for other signs of problems in the home.          


Channel Your Inner Detective


While you don’t need to dig as deep into a home as a home inspector does, you should be on the lookout as you scan a home for the potential livability for you. Things like glaring cracks in the ceiling, or a strong odor of cigarette smoke could be signs of future problems living in the home. The open house is your time to find a home that fits you and your life, so make the most of the opportunity.  




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