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1025 River Road, Weare, NH 03281

Single-Family

$309,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Spacious open concept 3 bedroom Garrison with many recent updates, 2 bathrooms, lots of hardwood and tile, granite kitchen counters, gas fireplace, large breezeway leading to multi-tiered decks, covered porch, over-sized garage doors, and a beautifully landscaped yard!!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





94 Wright Drive, New Boston, NH 03070

Single-Family

$499,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
3294 Sq. Ft, 4 Bedrooms up, washer/dryer on second floor, Central A/C, 2 zones heating, gas fireplace, first floor office, first floor playroom, formal dining room, kitchen island with seating for 5/6, eat in kitchen, Quartz kitchen counters, walk-in pantry, Mud room, daylight walkout basement, cathedral master bedroom, custom tile shower with built-in niche and seat, soaking tub, Granite bath counters, glass shower doors to be installed on the 17th, private powder room, massive walk-in closet, two story family room, large bedrooms.
Open House
Sunday
July 22 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Lot 8 Wright Drive, New Boston, NH 03070

Single-Family

$419,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




There are few things more frustrating than finding out that the plants you’ve been tending to all summer have been overrun with insects and aren’t producing any fruit. Perhaps even worse is when you find a trail leading into your pantry where your food has been compromised by a tiny army of ants.

Keeping the pests out of your home and garden is a difficult task made even harder if you want to do it without using harsh chemicals and pesticides. However, there are ways you can effectively keep your food safe. In this article, we’ll show you how.

Protecting your garden from pests

The most important tool you have at your disposal when it comes to protecting your lawn, flowers, and garden from pests is your own vigilance.

In the garden, take note of the condition of your plants’ leaves. Look on the underside of them for small, yellow or brown dots. These are often insect eggs that will soon hatch and result in your plants being devoured before they can produce crops.

As a last-ditch effort to keep the bugs away, you can try spraying your plants with a homemade insecticidal soap spray. These sprays are usually 95% water and then a small amount of  pure castile soap or vinegar. Be sure not to use too much or this can harm your plants or soil.

Whether you live in the city, the suburbs, or in the country, there are likely to be some furry creatures who see your garden as a food source. One way to keep many away is by framing the garden with a simple metal wire fence.

If it’s flowers you’re worried about, try planting them in mulch and keeping the leaves dry when possible. This will avoid excess moisture which can cause plant-killing diseases. Using a watering can rather than a hose will help you target the base of the plant and keep the leaves dry.

Keeping the bugs outside

Regardless out whether your home is old or new, you’ll likely someday find yourself with an insect problem. Some are lured in by warmth in the cold seasons, others are seeking a food source.

Let’s begin on the exterior of your home. Check for cracks in your foundation and along doors and windows and seal these cracks up. Next, if there’s a space under your door, install an aluminum door threshold if there is a gap between your door and the floor. While you’re there, make sure the weather stripping on your door is in good condition.

Next, make sure all of the screens in your doors, windows, and other ventilation areas are in good condition. Even the tiniest tear can be enough to let in flies and other insects. 

The final step in keeping the bugs out of your home is to remove what’s luring them there in the first place. Store your food in airtight storage containers within your cabinets. Not only will this keep bugs away, but it can also make organizing food easier, especially things you might not use often, like flour or a large bag of sugar.


This Single-Family in Goffstown, NH recently sold for $205,000. This New Englander style home was sold by Thomas Beauchemin - RE/MAX Synergy - Bedford.


21 Larch Street, Goffstown, NH 03045

Single-Family

$199,900
Price
$205,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
MOTIVATED SELLERS!! MAKE AN OFFER! Conveniently located on the border of Manchester off Mast Rd. yet in a Nice Neighborhood setting. Current Sellers have done numberous updates in the past 2 yrs. The Home has a very lrg, flat FENCED IN YARD to keep the little ones or pets in. The NEW SHED will remain & can be moved into the yard if you want to add a Garage. The cement pad is there but you will need a building permit from the Town. Upon entering the property from the side of the house, you come into a SPACIOUS EAT-IN KITCHEN! The Sellers recently purchased a SS BRAND NEW STOVE & FRIDGE which will remain. They also installed BRAND NEW KITCHEN/DINING RM WINDOWS & KITCHEN DRS! There is a VINTAGE BLT-IN WOODEN IRONING BOARD, Bead Board walls, Faux brick & painted cabinets. Off the Kitchen is an UPDATED Half Bath. The Dining Rm & Living Rm are painted in Stylish colors & flow nicely for Entertaining! BRAND NEW SLIDER off the Living rm into the nice 3 Season Porch! Sellers put in NEW BALUSTERS/HANDRAIL/CARPET on the stairs leading to the 2nd Flr! The Master Bedrm & 2nd Bedrm share a lrg dbl closet. All upstairs rms have Ceiling fans & Bi-fold doors and are nicely decorated. The 3rd rm is being used as an Office. There is also a Full Bath at the top of the landing. The lrg Basement is un-finished. It has a Newer Electrical Panel & A NEW OIL TANK is on Order!! The Roof is approx. 10 yrs old. HOME WARRANTY PROTECTION PLAN Included! Nice Home & Lot for the Price!






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