The December numbers are in confirming that the 2020 Sunapee Region real estate market is one for the books! We saw the highest number of single-family homes sold this December since we have been keeping records going all the way back to 2005. The median annual sales price also considerably increased for the region. This post breaks down homes sold by town, what they sold for, and compares December 2020 sales to historical homes sales data for our region. Learn more about real estate in the Sunapee Region.
Our region is full of amazing organizations that do all they can to support those in need. From food pantries to humane societies to organizations providing shelter and safe havens—these local charities help make our communities stronger with the invaluable work that they do.
Read on to learn more! And, PLEASE, help us to build this list by adding your favorite local charity to the comments sections.
The days are moving fast and the holidays are almost here! Still looking for those last minute holiday gifts? From stocking stuffers and gifts that will keep you toasty warm this winter, to gift cards and unique items, we have rounded up some local gift shopping suggestions to help finish up your holiday list. Read more and help us by adding your favorite local gift giving ideas in the comments section!
The Sunapee region real estate market continues to hold strong in both number of homes sold and sales price. November 2020 outpaced November 2019 significantly with a drastic increase in single-family home sales and median list and sold price. This post will show you what homes sold, what they sold for, and where the real estate market stands in the Sunapee region—read more here.
The Lake Sunapee Region is well known as a beautiful summer and fall destination, but one of our favorites times of the year is late November, more specifically Thanksgiving time!! From ordering a turkey to visiting local farm stands and markets, to decorating the table with color and picking out which dessert (OK...we never pick just one :)) to indulge in, here's our Thanksgiving list!
The October numbers are in! Home Sales in the Lake Sunapee Region were up significantly compared to October 2019. Want to know how many homes sold, what they sold for, and what the median sales price is in our region? Check out this post to learn what the local real estate market looks like and how it compares to historical home sales data.
The Ghost Pirates have risen from the sea in search of their treasure. Cozy up to the ship for a photo, if you dare, and post a picture on Facebook or Insta for a chance to win your own pirate treasure—a chest full of Halloween goodness (CANDY!). Follow the steps in this post for your chance to win.
September single family home sales in the Lake Sunapee Region were up significantly compared to September 2019. As in other parts of New Hampshire, homes newly listed on the market are continuing to go under contract quickly, causing much stress for many looking to buy. Out of the 82 homes sold in September, 46 of those properties were on the market for less than a month before closing. Read more about the Lake Sunapee Real Estate Market here.
We are heading into the first weekend of Fall 2020 and the colors are already starting to pop! Looking to check out the Fall foliage this weekend? Here are 7 ideas to soak in the colors of early Autumn. Click here to learn about what roads to drive and trails to walk in the Sunapee Region for the best Fall foliage color.
Summer is coming to an end for the season and fall is quickly approaching! Before you know it, the leaves will be turned, pumpkins will be on display and the air will be crisp. This year is different for us all, but there are still some fun events to enjoy. One great fall activity is apple picking and there are plenty of local places to go. Another fun NH pastime is driving around checking out the stunning foliage. Check out this post for fall events and activities as well as the New Hampshire foliage tracker and start planning your autumn adventures today!
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