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Posted by Mark Warden on 11/20/2017

This Single-Family in Weare, NH recently sold for $289,750. This Contemporary style home was sold by Mark Warden - Porcupine Real Estate.


206 Quaker Street, Weare, NH 03281

Single-Family

$294,000
Price
$289,750
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
3
Baths
You'll be impressed with this contemporary-style home on private 2 acres. From the moment you drive on to the winding driveway, you'll fall in love with all this home has to offer: 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, cathedral ceilings, open concept and so much more. Enjoy cooking for family & friends in the spacious kitchen, complete with island. Spend some time on your deck, overlooking the lovely yard (complete with a hot tub!), surrounded by nature. In the winter, you can still enjoy the view while sitting in the sunny solarium. Curl up in front of the fireplace. Relax at the end of the day in the master en-suite's soaking tub. So many things to love about this property... welcome home! The basement is dry and has plenty of space for a workshop and storage. Please do not drive up the driveway without an appointment.






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Posted by Mark Warden on 10/16/2017

This Single-Family in Weare, NH recently sold for $308,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Mark Warden - Porcupine Real Estate.


69 Beaver Pond Road, Weare, NH 03281

Single-Family

$314,900
Price
$308,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This well maintained Colonial sits on 2.45 acres in a convenient location in low-tax Weare. The home offers an open concept living area with sliding glass doors out to a lovely 3-season room overlooking the private backyard. Family room features an inviting wood burning stove for cold nights. The 2nd floor has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master en-suite includes a fully remodeled custom master bathroom with luxurious tilework. Basement has been partially finished and makes a great office, man cave, theater room or flex space. The large yard has room to play. There is also a barn and fenced paddock for your animals. Check out the peach tree and wild blackberry bushes! This property is turn-key; nothing to do but unpack. Welcome home!






Tags: Weare   Real Estate   Single-Family   03281  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Mark Warden on 1/15/2016


 Jonathan & Shelly moved to New Hampshire from North Dakota, and just closed on their house in Weare in June. Their reasons for moving here were twofold: they wanted to be a part of the Free State Project to meet other like-minded individuals, and look for better employment opportunities. Following are their views on their new life in Weare: 

Why did you move to Weare? 

Having grown up in the country, I prefer the woods and rural life. Weare had a good balance between home prices, rural population, lower tax rates, commute to relevant job markets, a small town vibe, and it already had a small population of porcupines. 

What are your favorite things about Weare?

It's beautiful! Just drive down some of the back roads like Mt Dearborn or Thorndike. It's gorgeous country. Our neighbors and the people we've met so far have all been very friendly. It's also seems very firearm friendly as we hear people target practicing several times a week. Real criminals should beware: people are packing in these parts! The farmer's market is pretty great too, for such a small town. It is encouraging to see small entrepreneurs set up tables and sell their wares. 

What's your favorite thing about your new house? 

Shelly: The deck, the funky garage and that we have a yard of our own. I also really like the kitchen window, the flowers and the stream. This house is very unique and has a lot of 'interesting' qualities. 

Jonathan: It is definitely the stream and my little garden. It almost seems like a little vacation home, but we get to live there every day. Even though I drive an hour, pulling up into the driveway always makes me smile.





Posted by Mark Warden on 1/14/2016

When she escaped San Francisco 10 years ago, Team Porcupine Real Estate client & early mover Sandy Pierre had no idea she would become so involved in an organization that meant so much. "I did not fit in politically in the San Francisco Bay Area! I clearly remember attending my first Libertarian Party meeting there, and it was like a scene out of a sitcom. All conversation stopped abruptly, because a GIRL had walked into the room. Here, I have dozens of female friends who share my passion for liberty." 


And a passion she certainly has: as if serving on the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance Board wasn't enough, she also runs Shire Liberty News, and is assisting with Liberty Forum 2016. But that's not all: in the past, Sandy also hosted MVP for a year, served on the Executive Committee of the LPNH for two years, served on the Board of the FSP for a year, managed the FSP's First 1000 Campaign, AND helped organize the first Liberty Forum.

Sandy calls Weare home. She chose the town because she found an idyllic log cabin on five wooded acres. She works remotely as a software consultant, and enjoys staying active in the liberty movement. She encourages all liberty lovers to get involved, "A few suggestions would be to hold a sign for a liberty candidate at the polls on election day, and to take the time to contact your state rep(s) when important legislation is pending. New Hampshire State reps are extremely accessible. Joining the NHLA's Facebook group is a good way to hear about the latest important bills."

Thanks for all you do for liberty, Sandy!




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Posted by Mark Warden on 7/24/2015

Weare, NH:

This Single-Family in Weare, NH recently sold for $296,000.


This property features 3 full baths, 5 bedrooms, and was sold by
Mark Warden - Ledgeview Commercial Partners, LLC




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