Summer is flying by and the weather is hotter than most of us can remember! The real estate market has heated up as well being hotter than it’s been here in ten years! A welcome change for the sellers but tough on buyers with selection of inventory lower than it’s been in a decade. Usually July and August are the two slowest months of the year but not this year! Mama and Charlie have been busy and have sold many of our high-end and mid-range homes. If you or someone you know are considering to sell, give them a call, text or email as they are happy to discuss what’s entailed in being ‘on the market’, our marketing strategy which is second to none and the value of your home today.
Four open houses this weekend, all Sunday from 2-4! Mama is at 11 Heritage Way off Pettingill Road. MLS NB018710 $749,000. A luxurious executive home with an amazing layout and stunning finishes. The inground pool is a special feature for this warm time of year inviting you in for a refreshing dip!
Greg O’brien welcomes you to 31 Fox Point Drive in Drury Cove. MLS NB025863 $499,000. This exceptionally well-built three bedroom/two and a half bath home features quartz custom kitchen with butlers pantry and master suite with private balcony!
31 Fox Point Drive, Drury Cove
Join David Nicholson at 11 Alexscott Court, Chapel Hill, Rothesay. MLS NB025240 $399,000. This bungalow is in mint condition with beautifully finished basement and inviting sun room! The gem of Chapel Hill!
11 Alexscott Court, Chapel Hill
Charlie is happy to show you through 146 Harbourview Drive, East in Redhead. MLS NB027837 $184,500. This well-kept home features four bedrooms and two full baths with main floor master, nice sized deck and walkout basement.
146 Harbourview Drive, Redhead
Nicholas and I are heading out to New River Beach on Saturday for a refreshing swim and some fun in the sun. Nicholas will be digging deep holes with sand flying in every direction while I glide through the cool clear water (my very favourite thing to do)!!! Mama and Papa will walk the beach in their search for sea glass. They have a huge collection gathered from over the years which includes some very rare colours such as red, orange, purple, blue, yellow and lots of beautiful turquoise. Of course the most common are the green, white and brown which are the most common. They have one nice-sized pale yellow which has a bug fossilized inside. Papa likes to collect milk glass and pottery too but Mama sticks strictly to glass. She says that Nicholas and I are a big help in this process as often when our big feet churn up the sand as we run across the beach we unearth the corner of a glistening piece of glass hidden just below the surface which they quickly scoop up. Hope to see you around.
My 1st day at the beach, 2013!!!