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Marsha Monto…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Beach, FL

What's the best place to buy for 45 plus couple wanting a home in a private setting with a view near a town with cute downtown?

Asked by Marsha Montoya Mayer, Palm Beach, FL Tue Aug 31, 2010

I have a client who wants a counter-balance to life in tropical So. Florida and is thinking of New Hampshire for 6 months a year. Budget under $500,000. Built after 2004, at least 3/2. Mature landcaping.

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Marsha i read your other question before reading this that gives more details, with that criteria there is not any problem finding a newer home in that price range in most area's. There are several different type of rural area's here in NH. The seacoast area is desirable, there are rual towns that surrond the major population centers of Manchester and Concord that although are rual, offer more conveniences, easier acces to highways and shopping. There is the lakes region which has alot of seasonal areas in that price range and then there is the very rural, country lot, fields, farms and forrests.

i would be more than happy to work with you and your customers to finding a home that suits there needs. please feel free to call or email me.

Thank You Marsha and enjoy the rest of Labor day.
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Hi Marsha,
I am a seasonal Broker in NH and an Agent in SW Florida (Englewood). My wife and I raised our kids in the Exeter area of NH and would submit it has a very cute downtown. It's in the seacoast and has train access to Boston and Portland (ME), plus is only 30 minutes to Manchester (NH) which is a major air hub and has Southwest as a major carrier.

I will save the "sell" for any reply you choose to send. Call me at 603-566-5460 to discuss.

Dane Hahn
The Gove Group
Stratham, NH
Tarpon Coast Realty
Boca Grande, FL
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Hi Marsha

If they require reasonable access to a major airport (Manchester or Boston) or want to be closer to Southern NH then the Sunapee and Monadnock areas come to mind for both possible views and historic downtowns. If not then in the Franconia Notch area just north or south is a great area and close to I93.

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Hi Marsha,

We have quite a few quaint New Hampshire towns complete with nice downtown areas. Views in Southern New Hampshire can be outstanding as well!

I'd be more than happy to help them find a suitable property and appreciate the referral.

Catherine Condon, Broker MA & NH
Integrity Residential Brokerage
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