Carol George - RE/MAX On The Move Seacoast Real Estate Exeter Raymond Epping



69 Hayes Park, Exeter, NH 03833

Mobile Home

$139,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
OPEN HOUSE Sunday 4/28 12-2 First day showings start. Come view this custom 3 bedroom, two full bath home with an open concept kitchen/dining/ living area with front to back bedrooms. This home has a beautiful oak custom kitchen with island and stainless steel appliances, lovely countertops and many extras....a must see. Many energy star features and fully sheetrocked walls and Typar wrapped along with a stand by generator, central air and an insulated shed with electricity plus a structural warranty with time remaining. Sitting on a corner lot with views of fields and the Squamscott River gives a wonderful feeling of privacy. This small, well kept park is walking distance to the historical downtown area where you can enjoy shopping/dining/outdoor concerts, an outdoor farmers market and even golf!! Easy access to major highways to take you to the mountains, the ocean or Boston for big city fun. Cats are allowed, but no dogs. A delight to show!!
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A bathroom renovation represents a major decision, especially for those who plan to sell their homes in the near future.

Ultimately, there are many questions to consider before you embark on a bathroom renovation, including:

1. When do I plan to list my home?

Consider your home selling timeline – you'll be glad you did. If you understand when you'd like to list your residence, you can plan home improvement projects accordingly.

If you intend to list your home in the next few months, there is plenty of time to overhaul your bathroom if necessary. Or, if you want to sell your home as soon as possible, a bathroom renovation may slow you down.

2. Is a bathroom renovation necessary?

Although your bathroom may seem small and messy at times, only minor bathroom upgrades may be needed to transform your ordinary bathroom into an exceptional one.

Performing an extensive bathroom cleaning will enable you to eliminate shower scum, wipe down a bathroom countertop and enhance the bathroom floor. Plus, cleaning a bathroom often represents a fast, easy and cost-effective alternative to a major bathroom overhaul.

Furthermore, a home appraisal may help you better understand your house's strengths and weaknesses. After this appraisal is finished, you can identify problem areas in your home and determine whether a bathroom renovation is a priority.

3. How much will a bathroom renovation cost?

The cost of a bathroom renovation may range from hundreds to thousands of dollars based on the size of your bathroom, the renovations that are needed and other factors. As such, you'll want to evaluate the cost of a bathroom renovation to determine how the project may impact your property's value.

Meet with several bathroom renovation experts. That way, you can receive multiple bathroom renovation estimates to see what it will cost to enhance your bathroom's appearance.

Also, you may want to consider do-it-yourself (DIY) bathroom improvements. A DIY bathroom renovation can be rewarding because it will enable you to learn new skills and revamp your bathroom's appearance on your own. At the same time, you'll want to ensure that any bathroom upgrades you complete are done safely and effectively.

Still unsure about whether you should perform a bathroom renovation? Discuss your concerns and questions with a real estate agent, and you may be able to gain unparalleled insights into whether a bathroom renovation is worth your time.

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of the housing market. He or she can help you assess the pros and cons of a bathroom renovation. As a result, you can make informed decisions about a bathroom renovation and other home improvement projects.

In addition, a real estate agent can serve as an expert guide along the home selling journey. This housing market professional can help you get your home ready and ensure it will generate plenty of interest from property buyers as soon as it becomes available.

Take the guesswork out of a bathroom renovation – consider the aforementioned questions, and you can decide whether a bathroom renovation is right for you.


A river cruise is a magical experience. It welcomes you to an enchanting world of beauty, allure, and luxury. Some say a river cruise is best in the evenings when the lights of a city can stand out against the black night. It makes for an amazing view, but still, a daytime cruise can be equally exciting. 

If you have longed for the luxurious adventure of a lifetime, then a river cruise is a great way to start. Your dream cruise could be right around the corner or halfway across the world. You must have the proper information to make this choice. Read on to know the world’s best river cruises.

Chicago River Cruise

If you only have a few hours to spare for an enjoyable river cruise, then the Chicago River cruise is for you. Within 75 minutes, you can see the finest buildings of Chicago as they stand tall and proud amongst others. 

They include the Tribune Tower, Trump Tower, and Marina City. You can make the tour even more fantastic with a few friends or a loved one, and an evening cruise offering mouthwatering desserts. 

Columbia and Snake River Cruise

This itinerary is a favorite treat from the American Cruise Lines. The scenic tour takes passengers from Portland, Oregon, through the beautiful and unique Columbia River Gorge, to Hell's Canyon. Hell's Canyon is known as the deepest canyon in North America. It offers explorers historic tales and a worthwhile tour. 

Eastern Europe River Cruises

Often known as the Vikings river cruise, this tour offers an engaging trip from Bucharest to Budapest. The Viking ships are the first exquisite part of the journey. They are excellent vessels, with captivating Nordic designs, floors, and walls. Your experience begins with the Viking cruise and completes with unbeatable sights on your 11-day voyage.

Northern Italy River Cruise

Italy always offers visitors the best treats, from the food to the fantastic view, and 10-day tour that is all magical. The journey begins in Milan, the city with historical pieces from Leonardo Da Vinci. It moves on to Verona the bold city of the famous Romeo and Juliet tale. Other stops include Chioggia, Bologna, and finally, romantic Venice. 

Mississippi River Cruise

A tour on the fourth longest river in the world gives you the most phenomenal view of America. You can enjoy a Mississippi river cruise for a few hours or over three weeks. 

There's no need to hold off longer. Take the cruise of your dreams with one of the world's best river cruises. If your home’s on the market, pack up and go and let your realtor show and sell it while you’re gone.


One of the final hurdles to buying a house is making sure your future home is structurally sound. To the untrained eye, the property you've made an offer on may appear to be "close enough to perfect."

However, your excitement over that gourmet kitchen, finished basement, and manicured lawn may be causing you to view your future home with rose-colored glasses!

Fortunately, you can (and should) hire an experienced, licensed professional to thoroughly inspect the property and point out flaws and potential problems that might need to be addressed by the seller -- either in the form of price concessions or repairs. If the seller is unwilling to be flexible in those areas, then you may have the option of withdrawing your offer. Hopefully, it won't come down to that -- especially if you love the house -- but that situation could arise and derail your plans for buying a particular property.

Many real estate purchases do involve a few bumps and detours along the way, but they frequently can be resolved by your real estate agent and/or attorney.

The starting point for identifying structural issues with a house is to have the property inspected by a reputable home inspector. Here are a few of the key areas they'll evaluate and include in their report:

  • Foundation and basement: Cracks, leaks, and signs of instability can often be identified through a visual inspection of the underlying structure of a home. Some issues are relatively minor, while others can be quite costly.
  • Roof and attic: Although most new roofs typically last for 20 to 30 years, time has a way of slipping by when you least expect it! Depending on weather conditions, climate, and falling tree branches, roofs of any age can be subjected to a lot of wear and tear. Since roofs play such a vital role in protecting your home and family from the many forces of nature, it's crucial that your roof be intact, in sound condition, and fully functional. An inspection of the home's attic and/or crawlspace will also reveal actual or potential problems with leaks, mold, roof damage, or infestations.
  • HVAC, electrical, and plumbing: There are a lot of systems that provide homeowners with comfort, convenience, and the ability to meet day-to-day needs. Whether you're talking about major kitchen appliances, hot water heaters, or climate control systems, there are dozens of things an inspector needs to check and keep you apprised of.
  • Exterior checkpoints: Property inspectors will also assess the condition of the outside of the house, as well as drainage efficiency and any visible structural damage or signs of deterioration.
Although all property inspectors should adhere to industry standards and best practices, some are more thorough and efficient than others. It's essential for you to understand the scope of their services, including whether they offer lead paint testing, termite inspection, radon detection, and asbestos testing.

When it comes to home inspections, your real estate agent can not only provide you with professional referrals, but they can also accompany you on the actual property inspection. That will help make sure important questions, issues, and recommendations don't slip through the cracks!


Are you looking to give your kitchen that fresh and thorough cleaning for spring? Follow this checklist and see what you have to do. You can also use it to give your kitchen a thorough cleaning at any time of the year.

  1. Start with the sink. Deal with whatever dirty dishes are lurking there. Use your dishwasher or wash them by hand and dry them. When the sink is empty, fill up the sink with hot water, then add some detergent and bleach and let it stand for about 90 minutes before emptying it and rinsing off.
  2. Dealing with the countertops. Mix a solution of warm water and dishwashing liquid, and then use a washcloth to wipe down the countertops. Spray a solution of hydrogen peroxide and water to get rid of stains and then wipe down again. Wipe down your appliances with the damp washcloth too but be careful not to leave any water on the insides.
  3. Cleaning the cabinets. Empty the cabinets of all their contents, discard anything that is expired or no longer in use. Wipe down the doors and interior with your washcloth. You can use a toothpick wrapped with tissue to clean out the edges and corners. Also, degrease the edges of your drawers and shelves. When you are done return all your items back to the cabinet.
  4. The rest of the kitchen. Remove the kitchen blinds and window coverings and dust them thoroughly before laundering them. Get a duster and then dust the ceiling, removing whatever cobwebs may be lurking in the corners. Remove any pictures from the walls and dust them thoroughly too before rehanging them. Sweep the kitchen floors and pay extra care to those areas that are out of sight such as the space beneath the fridge. When you finish sweeping, mop with a solution of water and vinegar to disinfect and deodorize the floor.
  5. Get rid of trash. Begin to gather all the trash into one of your bin bags and empty those outside before washing your trash can with water and soap. Leave the trash can in the sunlight for some deodorizing.
  6. Final touches. Return everything to its proper positions. Rehang the window blinds and return the trash can to the kitchen.

Well done, you just carried out a thorough spring cleaning, you should reward yourself with something nice and cool.




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