Articles Tagged "Campton Single Family Homes"

May
31

HOLDERNESS, NH — Eric Turchon, a new sales agent in the Holderness office of Badger Peabody & Smith Realty, admits that he is a "work hard, play hard" type of agent.

A resident of the Granite State since 2007, he has embraced "its authentic lifestyle and its many recreational opportunities," like boating on Squam Lake, snowboarding at Loon Mountain and hiking all 48 4,000 footers. "I love sharing my passion and knowledge of the area with my clients." he says.

Turchon graduated with a business degree from Plymouth State University. He gained years of valuable sales and customer service experience working as a buyer/manager in the snow sports industry. His background as a freelance photographer has also been an asset to his real estate career bringing "a creative element to my workflow."

Turchon was previously a successful agent at another real estate company, but joined Badger Peabody & Smith Realty after sitting down with Andy Smith, the company's President, and listening to his business philosophy. "I wanted to join a firm that has a reputation for results but also values elements like caring and consistency and giving back to the community, as well as accountability," he says. "That appeals to me."

"We're delighted to welcome Eric to the Badger Peabody & Smith team," says Smith. "His strong background in real estate and customer service and his in-depth knowledge of the Holderness and the surrounding region are invaluable qualities that will benefit our buyers and sellers."

Badger Peabody & Smith Realty is the North Country, Mt. Washington Valley, Lakes Region of NH, Western Maine and Northeast Kingdom of Vermont representative of LeadingRE (www.LeadingRE.com). With a membership that spans six continents, LeadingRE connects more than 550 firms and 135,000 sales associates who produce over 1.1 million real estate transactions each year. With combined resources of over 60 full time agents, and eight offices, Badger Peabody & Smith Realty can be reached online at www.badgerpeabodysmith.com. 

November
26

**Update: We are sorry, this fine home has been purchased by a new owner, but we have others!

A Chat With Our Home Seller in Campton, NH

34 Palmer Road, Campton, NH 03223 We are pleased to bring you another chat with one of our sellers! This is a little chat with our sellers at 34 Palmer Road in Campton NH . Our homeowners at 34 Palmer Road in Campton have owned their home for many years, and now offer this ranch style home at the end of a private drive, with close proximity to the interstate to you! To get a sense of what it is like to live in Campton, we asked a few questions: P&S: You have lived in Campton for some time, are you leaving the town of Campton.  Sellers: No, we aren't leaving Campton! We plan to stay in town, just at a different home. We love Campton and found it a wonderful place to raise our children.  We are looking forward to watching our grandchildren grow up in this town as well. P&S: Why is it great to live in the Lakes and Mountain Region? What did you enjoy about the Campton area? Sellers:  We spend a great amount of time enjoying our beautiful area. Hiking, kayaking, skiing, motorcycling and snowmobiling have been some of the activities we enjoy while living here. Campton NH Home for Sale P&S:  Where do you shop and dine in the community and why do you enjoy those places? Sellers: The town of Plymouth  just 8 miles away has many shopping places. There is also an abundance of very good restaurants in the area. There are so many good ones, its hard to pick just one! P&S: What did you look forward to the most when you came to your home in Campton? Sellers:  The rural community atmosphere.  It's nice to know your neighbors and also know that they are there for you if needed. P&S: What cultural events and other types of events can you recommend to people coming into the community? Sellers:   Again living so close to the Town of Plymouth, that is home to PlymouthStateUniversity, and there are many activities/events there that you can attend, anything from an athletic game to a musical production at the Silver Cultural Center for the Arts. P&S:  What events brought you the most pleasure? Sellers: Participating in local fundraising events, there always seems to be an opportunity in this area to "help your neighbor" whether it's a supper/auction, walking for a cure for cancer, or simply delivering food baskets around the holidays. There are a number of wonderful organizations. P&S:  What tips would you give to new people coming into the community? Sellers: Get involved within the community, either in the school, a church, or non-profit organizations. P&S: What were the favorite features of your home? What did you enjoy the most? Sellers: We built our home in the late 1980's. As our family grew and ourchildren moved away our home grew also. We really enjoy entertaining friends and family in our "pub" room.  It is a great space to enjoy a game of pool, soak in the hot tub, or a game of cards.
October
23

**Update: We are sorry, this fine home has been purchased by a new owner, but we have others!

76 Sugarbush Dr, Campton, NH 03223 $299,900 SCHEDULE SHOWING

76 Sugarbush Dr., Campton, NH Want to wake up everyday to beautiful view of Tenny Mountain, have direct snowmobile trail access and various hiking trails? If you answer is yes then this single family home located on sugarbush drive, Campton, NH is for you. This house is build in cape and farmhouse style with 3 beds and 2 baths on a lot size of 5.29 acres. Some of the interior features include cathedral ceilings, living room with natural light, loft and gorgeous natural woodwork. Exterior features of the house include a large deck that wraps around three sides of the house, barn, out building, wood shop and a garage with storage space. The house is build with an open floor plan with large windows for natural light and views. The property is directly across the street from the White Mountain National Forest.

Call our offices at 603-238-6990 or 603-968-7615 for more information. Or email us at  info@peabodysmith.com

 
August
2

**Update: We are sorry, this fine home has been purchased by a new owner, but we have others!

33 Chandler Hill Rd., Campton, NH, 03223

33 Chandler Hill Rd., Campton, NH, 03223

We are pleased to bring a new feature to our blog, a chat with one of our current sellers at 33 Chandler Hill Rd. in Campton, NH. Our homeowners have shared with us some of the best things they enjoyed about their home, in Campton NH  and their love for the Central NH area. To get a sense of what it is like to live in Campton, we asked a few questions: P&S: At this time, you feel the time is right to leave the beautiful Campton community. What led you to this decision? Deb: This was our weekend getaway, and when I had a change in employment, my commute during the week was extended. In addition, with added job responsibilities including staying local on the weekends in case of an emergency, we were unable to come up as much as we wanted. P&S: Why is it great to live Campton? What did you enjoy about the Central New Hampshire area. Deb: For us, the area was all about the beautiful mountain scenery and the solitude we were given there. We loved the ability to be in a country setting and close to nature and all that it offers.

Campton NH

P&S: Where do you shop and dine in Campton community and why do you enjoy those places? Deb: We loved the access to great tax-free shopping in Tilton and beyond! In terms of dining, we enjoyed eating at any of the Common Man family of restaurants which are close by and we enjoyed eating at a number of different places in Waterville Valley. In addition, Hart's Turkey Farm in the Lakes Region was also a favorite, and just a short drive from our home in Campton. P&S: What did you look forward to the most when you came to your home in Campton? Deb: Well it was a great place to really unwind after a busy week and way from traffic and the hustle and bustle of a busy commute. It was a great place to recharge, and get ready for the week ahead. In addition, we love the great skiing at Waterville Valley , which is just 20 minutes away from our home in Campton. Plus we loved that we could also take in a short hike in the White Mountain National Forest , and just stroll through the apple orchard at our home. In terms of other things we loved about coming up, we enjoyed listening to the babbling brook on the property, seeing these glorious mountain views and just getting away for peace, privacy and tranquility the property gave to us. P&S: What cultural events and other types of events can you recommend to people coming into the community? Deb:The fireworks on the 4th of July at Waterville Valley were great! And on Fridays when we would arrive in the spring and summer, we loved the Campton Farmer's Market, that was open in the afternoon! P&S: What events brought you the most pleasure? Deb: It was always a pleasure to hit the Factory Outlets in Tilton on the way up! (Tax Free NH!) And the opportunities to hit the trail on foot or on a bike, the chances to ski at a number of local mountain including Waterville, Loon , and Cannon Mountain were always a draw! In terms of our home, just being able to sit on the deck and see mountain views, the apple orchard, the deer, moose and the occasional bear brought us lots of enjoyment. We just loved the wildlife and the brook in the spring – with the windows open you could hear the water in the brook, which was so peaceful and relaxing and was a great way to start thinking about spring and summer fun. P&S: What tips would you give to new people coming into the community? Deb: I think its important for people to know that whether you are going to live here full time, or part time as a second home, don't think there isn't anything to do. For us, we realized, you could be as busy as you wanted, or you could just lounge around and relax for days. There are so many activities and attractions like the Polar Caves , Santa's Village , Story Land , and cultural events at the Silver Center for the Arts in Plymouth and a whole local music scene, the Lakes Region close by - so really the choice is up to each individual in terms of how busy, or how quiet they choose to spend their time. P&S: What were the favorite features of your home? What did you enjoy the most? Deb: We could go on and on with this topic, but really we loved the mountain views, the brook, the beauty of the apple orchards and seeing the apple blossoms in the spring and all the wildflowers that grow all over the property. In addition, being able to watch the sunrise from the bedroom, was just beautiful. That's not an opportunity you find every day but it's the case in this home. With the vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom, and the number of windows in the home, the home has so much natural light and the balconies are great for that morning cup of coffee. On a convenience level, the first floor bedroom was very convenient, as well as having a laundry center on the same floor.The finished basement with pool table really allows for friends and family to gather there and make memories! All in all, this is a great house, in a lovely private setting in Campton – whether its used for full time living, or as a second home, it's a wonderful place to call "home"! To learn more about this home at 33 Chandler Hill Rd. in Campton, NH click here  

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