Thoughtful updates and pride of ownership are on display with this 4-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom colonial, located in one of Manchester’s most popular neighborhoods. The first floor layout is perfect for today’s lifestyle. The formal living and dining rooms accommodate traditional entertaining needs. An expansive, fully renovated kitchen provides abundant cabinet storage and workspace, as well as a generous eat-in space. It features cherry cabinets, Corian counters, a tile backsplash and floors, and sliders to the backyard.
Conveniently located in the West Side neighborhood, this move-in ready Colonial has fantastic curb appeal with plenty of updates and charm. The traditional floor plan offers a formal living room with a wood burning fireplace and formal dining room for entertaining. The kitchen is updated and leads to a mudroom and sun porch overlooking the backyard. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a completely remodeled full bathroom. An oversized, level, sunny backyard is fully fenced
Conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood, this move-in ready Colonial has plenty of updates and charm. The traditional floor plan offers a formal living room with a wood burning fireplace and formal dining room with a built-in hutch. The kitchen is updated and provides an eat-in space. There is a sun porch overlooking the backyard. Upstairs, the master bedroom features a refreshed bathroom. There are two additional bedrooms and an updated hall bathroom. Outside you’ll
Most of the year we avoid looking at prices when we analyze market statistics. Considering only a month’s (or even quarter’s) worth of data is risky because the sample size is too small, while making a more sophisticated model to account for the small sample size is beyond our abilities. However we are comfortable looking at a full year of data, and now that the calendar has turned over to 2014 we can look back
The fall market that we were expecting to see, and then wrote off when it didn’t turn up, magically appeared in October. There were 678 contracts written during the month, which is a 15% increase over October of 2012 and a meaningful step up in activity from last month. Contract data at the individual town level continued to bounce around. Bloomfield and Bristol had big reversals of fortune from the September report, showing just how