Video Tour – Condo Home – Hudson, NH 03051 Real Estate – For Sale

Immaculate 2 bedroom ranch style condo located at desirable Sparkling River. Open concept floor plan features spacious cabinet packed, fully applianced kitchen. Vaulted ceiling living room and dining room with hardwood floors. Master bedroom features walk-in closet and master bathroom. Two total bathrooms. Natural gas heating. Central air conditional. One car attached garage. Town water & sewer. Low condo fee of $165 per month. Sparkling River is a 55+ community.

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Condo – 6A Doveton Lane Unit A Hudson, NH 03051 is now new to the market!

Immaculate 2 bedroom ranch style condo located at desirable Sparkling River. Open concept floor plan features spacious cabinet packed, fully applianced kitchen. Vaulted ceiling living room and dining room with hardwood floors. Master bedroom features walk-in closet and master bathroom. Two total bathrooms. Natural gas heating. Central air conditional. One car attached garage. Town water & sewer. Low condo fee of $165 per month. Sparkling River is a 55+ community.

This is a Garden style home and features 5 total rooms, 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms, and is currently available for $240,000.

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Condo – 6A Doveton Lane Hudson, NH 03051 is now new to the market!

Immaculate 2 bedroom ranch style condo located at desirable Sparkling River. Open concept floor plan features spacious cabinet packed, fully applianced kitchen. Vaulted ceiling living room and dining room with hardwood floors. Master bedroom features walk-in closet and master bathroom. Two total bathrooms. Natural gas heating. Central air conditional. One car attached garage. Town water & sewer. Low condo fee of $165 per month. Sparkling River is a 55+ community.

This is a Garden style home and features 5 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 3/4 bath, 2 bedrooms, and is currently available for $240,000.

For complete details click here.

The Importance Of A Termite Inspection

UnknownFor the majority of homeowners, their home represents their biggest single financial investment. A home is not just a shelter that appreciates over time. Our homes represent out personality and house our dreams. However, a dream home can rapidly turn into a nightmare if destructive, wood-eating termites invade the structure.

As the weather warms, termite swarms hunt for vulnerable homes in which to establish new colonies. A termite invasion can inflict costly structural damage that may or may not, be not covered by homeowner’s insurance.

The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) advises that termites, known as “silent destroyers” feed 24/7 on cellulose found in paper and wood products, costing U.S. homeowners more than $5 billion annually. Regardless of the type of materials used in construction, all homes contain cellulose that promotes termite infestation. Termites will attack anything including furniture, cabinets, and molding.

In real estate, as in other purchases, the burden falls on the purchaser so remember the adage of “let the buyer beware. ”When purchasing a home, it is up to the buyer to exercise due diligence and have the home thoroughly inspected. Don’t buy someone else’s problems.

The NPMA strongly recommends homebuyers request a wood-destroying (WDO) inspection apart from their pre-purchase home inspection. Additionally, they recommend all homeowners obtain a WDO inspection every one to three years to ensure that termites have not taken up residence and are silently destroying your property.

WDO inspectors are specially trained to recognize the often “hard-to-recognize” signs that termites have infested a property, while the average home inspection only checks for structural soundness. A WDO inspection identifies the conditions in the home conducive to termite infestation as well as determining if there has been a prior treatment for termite invasion. When purchasing a home, most states require a current termite inspection before closing.

To keep your home termite free, pest control experts advise homeowners become aware of signs of termite infestation and to take steps early to prevent an expensive problem.

Signs Of Termite Infestation

• Swarms of winged insects buzzing about your home or on the ground
• Visible evidence of frass, or termite droppings in or around the home
• Mud tubes in attics, crawl spaces, or on wooden beams
• Discarded wings from swarming termites
• Blistering or signs of damage to wood within the home
• A pervasive strong smell (smells like rotting garbage)

Remove Termite Food Sources

• Avoid stacking firewood against the foundation
• Install screens on exterior vents
• Eliminate stumps or piles of old lumber on your property
• Avoid having stacks of magazines or newspapers collecting in your home

Eliminate Moisture Collection Sites

• Remove standing water on the roof
• Remove debris and keep drain sprouts and gutters clean and flowing
• Store lumber, firewood or paper products away from the foundation
• Divert standing water away from the foundation
• Make sure all vents are clear, clean and open
• Caulk entry points around utility lines and water pipes
• Repair leaking pipes or places where condensation collects
• Make sure all floor or basement drains are clean and flowing smoothly