Current List Price:$309,900Sq. Feet:2,844Lot Size:0.00Address:53 Old Town Road
One-Owner Colonial Home w/View of Daniels Lake on 2.56 Acres on Corner Lot / Cul-de-Sac, Welcoming White Picket Fence in Peaceful Lake Neighborhood, Large Cul-de-Sac for Kids to Play, Two Entry Mudrooms - Front and Back, Large Open Kitchen w/Beautiful Granite Counters, SS Appliances, Radiant Heat in Ceramic Tile Flooring, First Floor Den / Study / Office, Trex Deck off of Rear Mudroom Overlooks Large Open Sunny Acreage, Front to Back Living Room w/ Radiant Heat in Bamboo Pergo Flooring, 3/4 Bath w/Ceramic Tile Flooring, Private Four-Season SunRoom w/Cathedral Ceiling/Fan, Skylights, Windows & Sliders Provide Lots of Natural Sunlight, Gas Fireplace/Stove Provides Warmth, Sliders to Private Hot Tub Overlooks Yard & Woods, Front to Back Master Bedroom on 2nd Floor w/New Carpeting, Full Bath w/Jacuzzi Tub, Two More Bedrooms, Finished Basement w/Storage Cabinets, Laundry Area, Half Bath & Office, Buderus Furnace w/60 Gallon Hot Water Tank, Generator Ready, Oversized Garage in Rear of Lot Will Accommodate a Large RV!
Irene T Vincent
Professional Real Estate Agent Specializing in Southern New Hampshire
Trained in a larger, franchised real estate environment, Irene saw the need for more personal service for buyers and sellers involving direct availability and compassion through community involvement. Her vision resulted in the opening of Hearthside Realty in 1992. With 31 years of service as a Realtor / Broker she is proud that her business thrives on the referrals of clients that have continued to seek her guidance in achieving their real estate goals to include another generation of buyers.
She has successfully involved her clients and their children in community projects in the Greater Manchester area bringing pride of ownership and continuity of service. Irene is a member of the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors, having served as the Co-Chair of the Community Service Committee and having her community involvement recognized with the Good Neighbor Award. She has served on the board for The Way Home, an organization for the prevention of homelessness. She has served as a speaker for Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services, encouraging home ownership to those requiring more time and education in the purchasing process. She has been an active member of the Amoskeag Community Volunteers for over 40 years, making a difference in the quality of living in Southern New Hampshire.