Peter Beauchemin - LAER Realty Partners/Beauchemin & Assoc.

Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 10/17/2018

56 Styles Road, New Boston, NH 03070



Incredible Stone Front Ranch with hardwood and tile flooring throughout featuring spacious living room with wood fireplace with tile surround, cathedral ceiling with skylights open to excellent eat-in kitchen with granite counters, tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, island with seating and dining area, huge 4 season sunroom with tongue and grove pine cathedral ceiling, pellet stove, gas fireplace unit and slider to new Trex deck with vinyl railing, magnificent master suite with walk-in closet with custom organizer, cathedral ceiling with skylights, glass sliding door to deck, pellet stove and luxurious master bathroom with tile shower with glass door, 2 more sizable bedrooms and additional full bathroom with convenient 1st floor laundry. Plus full finished basement with theater room with built-in shelves, big recreation room with gas heat stove, gym and utility room, central air conditioning, brand new drilled well, irrigation system, security system, gas on demand hot water heater, great backyard with detached screened porch, stone patio grilling area, water feature and fire pit, basketball court, shed, separate driveway and 2 car garage all on lovely 2.23 acre landscaped lot in nice neighborhood.
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Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 10/14/2018

In today's real estate market, hardwood floors are a highly desired feature in a house. Potential buyers are often turned off by homes with carpeted floors because it's almost impossible to keep them clean. Time is not on your side when it comes to maintaining nice-looking carpeted floors!

No matter how careful you are, sooner or later someone's going to knock over a glass of grape juice or wine -- and that's only the short list of accidents waiting to happen! While dogs and cats can be a wonderful addition to any family, they are not a friend of floors -- either carpeted or hardwood.

In theory, hardwood floors are easier to clean than carpeting because of the absorbency factor. If your carpeting hasn't been treated with a stain-resistant chemical, it will quickly absorb stains, spills, and pet accidents faster than you can clean them up! Although the latest carpeting materials are much more stain resistant than earlier versions, spills that are not noticed and cleaned up quickly may cause permanent damage.

Spills, water, and pet urine can also wreak havoc on hardwood floors, so a quick response is essential to preventing damage. Here are a few other tips for keeping your floors looking clean and beautiful.

  • Door mats can be helpful in minimizing the amount of dirt and grit that gets tracked into your home. What homeowners and even housekeepers sometimes forget is that door mats need to be shaken out on a regular basis. If they're not, dirt, soil, and other debris will accumulate on the mats, causing them to create more of a problem than a solution! Door mats need to be replaced periodically, too, when they become too worn down or wet to be of any use.
  • Shoe removal: This is a difficult policy to enforce, but it will make house cleaning and floor maintenance easier and more effective. Whether you're talking about carpeting or hardwood floors, shoes are invariably going to track in dirt, grime, water, mud, and other miscellaneous contaminants!
  • The right cleaning methods: Although it's always a good idea to follow manufacturer recommendations when cleaning any type of flooring, hardwood floors often need to be treated with more care than their carpeted counterparts. Since there are a lot of ways to scratch, dent, or gouge hardwood floor surfaces, it's crucial to avoid trying to scrub away spills or stains with any abrasive material. To remove potentially damaging grit, floors should be regularly cleaned with a soft dust mop or broom with soft bristles. Ideally, your vacuum cleaner should also be padded on the bottom to avoid scratching the finish of your wood floors.
While any kind of flooring can be subject to wear and tear over time, the good news is that you can take preventative steps to protect your floors and keep them looking great for many years to come!

Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 10/13/2018

1602 Front Street, Manchester, NH 03102



Full/Half Baths
Terrific 2004 Tri-Level Townhome featuring open concept 1st floor with enormous eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, large breakfast bar, pantry, tile floor and dining area open to spacious living room with sliding glass door to balcony with incredible views of golf course and the Merrimack River and lovely half bath with tile floor. The 2nd floor includes huge master bedroom with great views, cathedral ceiling, skylight and oversized closet, sizable 2nd bedroom, fabulous full bathroom with tile floor and pull down access to big unfinished attic for storage. Plus expansive finished walk out basement with high ceilings featuring fantastic family room, den, laundry/utility room and unfinished storage room, central air conditioning, energy efficient natural gas heat, 1 assigned parking spot, 1 car auto open detached garage and small front porch all situated in small, quiet, pet friendly and VA approved Riverview Heights condo complex with low $299/month condo fee that includes water, sewer, snow removal and landscaping.
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Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 10/11/2018

This Single-Family in New Boston, NH recently sold for $476,000. This Cape style home was sold by Peter Beauchemin - LAER Realty Partners/Beauchemin & Assoc..

10 Lewis Road, New Boston, NH 03070


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Spectacular Custom Cape with In-Law Apt and over 4500 sq ft of living space featuring 1st floor with 9 ceilings, elegant foyer, gorgeous eat-in kitchen with Cherry cabinets, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, massive island, pantry, pellet stove, hardwood floor, light and bright dining area and French doors to multi-tiered wraparound deck, impressive great room with fieldstone fireplace and vaulted ceiling, formal dining room with hardwood floor, lovely powder room and striking side entryway with coffered ceiling, tile floor, shoe closet and half bath. The 2nd floor features stunning master suite with bamboo floor, luxurious master bathroom with custom tile shower, soaking tub, walk-in closets, vaulted ceiling and balcony, 3 more generously sized bedrooms, large full bath and laundry room with 2 washer/dryer sets included. Plus full finished daylight walk-out basement with awesome In-Law Apt with spacious family room, new beautiful kitchenette with stainless steel appliances, large bedroom and full bath, central vacuum, security system, 2 car garage with organizers, circular driveway and fantastic backyard with playground, pool and new professionally built treehouse all on nicely landscaped 4 acre lot just minutes from the town center in desirable Joe English area.

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Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 10/7/2018

For home sellers, renting a storage unit may prove to be a great idea, and perhaps it is easy to understand why.

A storage unit will make it simple to keep personal belongings like artwork and photographs out of sight while you sell your house. Plus, a storage unit offers a secure space for your personal belongings, one that you can quickly and effortlessly access at any time.

Although there are many wonderful reasons to rent a storage unit, choosing the right-size unit can be difficult, particularly for a first-time home seller. Lucky for you, we're here to help take the guesswork out of selecting a storage unit that suits you perfectly.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help a home seller choose the right-size storage unit.

1. Take a Look at the Items That You Need to Store

A home seller must do everything possible to remove clutter before listing a house. And with a storage unit at your disposal, you should have no trouble keeping excess items outside your residence.

Ultimately, it is important to make a list of the items that you want to place in storage before you rent a storage unit. This will help you determine exactly how much space you'll need based on the items on your list.

For example, if you need to store a bicycle, treadmill or other large items, you may want to choose a 10' x 15' storage unit. Or, if you need to store boxes of kitchen utensils, bathroom supplies and various small items, a 5' x 5' storage unit may prove to be the ideal choice.

2. Consider How Long You'll Need a Storage Unit

With the right-size storage unit, you can protect various personal belongings until a homebuyer purchases your residence.

As you explore your storage unit options, it often helps to create a budget. That way, you can ensure that you'll have sufficient finances available to cover the costs of a storage unit for an extended period of time.

If you are unsure about your long-term finances, you may want to rent a small storage unit, thereby resulting in affordable monthly storage unit rental costs. On the other hand, if you feel comfortable with your financial situation, you may be better equipped than others to select a large storage unit.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Determining how much space you'll need in a storage unit can challenge even the most diligent home seller. Thankfully, a real estate agent can help you prepare your residence for the housing market as well as make it easy to decide how much storage space you'll need.

A real estate agent can put you in touch with storage unit providers in your city or town. In addition, he or she can offer home decluttering tips and help you get excess items into the right-size storage unit in no time at all.

Ready to rent a storage unit? With the aforementioned tips, you can select the right-size storage unit to safeguard myriad personal belongings while you sell your house.

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