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NH Real Estate

Micro-apartments getting big attention

PORTSMOUTH - There's no bigger advocate for micro-apartments than Boston architect Tamara Roy.

Fight over $1,600 leads to $49K tax lean

U.S. District Court says the feds can file a motion to have the Barrington property sold to satisfy tax lien.

The twin Lumina towers rise above the corner of Folsom and Main streets in downtown San Francisco on March 9. The top two floors of the southern tower, right, will be a single penthouse expected to list for $49 million.

San Francisco luxury condo hits the $49 million mark

Straight through the roof is where the elevator cage seems headed as passengers race toward the top floor of a luxury high-rise tower that's under construction near the water's edge in San...

The Beverly Hills home of Jerry and Connie Wald has come on the market at $7.495 million.

Hot Property: Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon cut ties in Bel-Air

The marital home of singing superstar Mariah Carey and her estranged husband, Nick Cannon, has sold in Bel-Air for $9 million.

The Artifacts single-handle bathroom sink faucet from Kohler.

Ed the Plumber: The basics of bathroom faucets

I plan on keeping my existing bathroom sink, and I understand that all bathroom faucets are not the same. So, I need a little help to determine what style faucet I should choose.

A developer has plans to build 152 townhouse apartments at the corner of Hackett Hill and Countryside Boulevard in Manchester.

Developer has plans for townhouse apartments in Manchester

A city developer wants to build 152 upscale townhouse apartments at the corner of Hackett Hill and Countryside Boulevard, a location the city had once hoped would be home to corporate headquarters...

GOP budget writers reduce state aid to University System of NH, bump aid to DOT

To fund DOT and aid to school districts, House committee cuts spending to university system, changes gas tax allocation and removes energy grants.

The former courthouse at 25 Walnut St. in Nashua may soon have a buyer. The city will have the first right of refusal after the purchase-and-sale agreement is disclosed.

Potential buyer for Nashua's vacant courthouse surfaces

After sitting vacant for about three years, the old Nashua District Courthouse has a potential buyer.

Cape Cod man buys Waterville Valley Golf Course

The Waterville Valley Golf Course, one of the state's oldest, was sold to a Cape Cod man who plans to move to the area and be a hands-on manager.

$2,200,000 Homes in Chicago, Colorado and New Hampshire

This house is on 326 acres of gardens and meadow at the top of Bald Sunapee Mountain, with long views of a valley.

Life and Leisure

The frame of a barn from Strafford has been moved to Moultonborough, where it will serve as the dining room for the New Woodshed restaurant.

Old Strafford barn gets new purpose in Moultonborough

Coombs Restoration moved an old barn from its home since 1820 – some former farm land off of Route 126 in Strafford – to Lee Road in Moultonborough, the property where the new Woodshed...

Chris DeLorey, left, and owner George Grondin assemble rows of arborvitae at Faulkner's Landscaping & Nursery in Hooksett on Monday. Because of the lingering winter conditions, the nursery is about three weeks behind on setting up the grounds, but the staff expect sto sell more trees this season because of damage to existing trees from the harsh winter.

Now's the time to assess winter's toll on your yard

You can't get out and dig in the dirt yet, but there are things gardeners can be doing while they wait.

NH Senior News: 'Medical Care: Keeping It All Straight' focus of workshop

Dealing with multiple medical issues can be challenging and overwhelming for both older adults and caregivers. The significant role caregivers play in medical care is the subject of a free Seniors...

Manchester celebrates St. Patrick with shamrocks and sunny skies

Jack O'Connor proudly led the St. Patrick's Parade on Sunday, flanked by the four men who nominated him to be grand marshal.

Calico chocolate Easter bunnies at Granite State Candy Shoppe.

Easter demand has NH candy shops hopping

The chocolate bunnies multiplied quickly as Aaron Fournier filled plastic molds with flowing liquid chocolate - a journey that takes as little as an hour from shape to shelf.

Henry Lipman and his daughter Bessie show how much they love the complimentary pancakes and maple syrup that were served up Saturday at the Bolduc Sugar House in Gilford.

The sweetest of weekends in NH

Day one of the 20th Maple Weekend on Saturday saw sugar houses across the Granite State open their doors to syrup aficionados, with a number of them coming to this Lakes Region town where the Bolduc...

Marc A. Hebert's Money Sense: Plan ahead if spring brings thoughts of selling your house

Springtime in New Hampshire comes with lots of change. Not only are the flowers blooming, but the real estate market tends to emerge from the winter slumber.

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Weather puts a chill on NH's retirement allure

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New Hampshire ranks as the 16th best state to retire in, according to a new survey, dragged down by receiving the nation's second-worst grade for weather.

An artist's rendering of the reconstructed Balsams Resort in Dixville Notch.

Balsams project leader's vision includes big ideas, ambitious time frame

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The rebirth of the Balsams Grand Resort Hotel could also see the return of commercial passenger aviation to the North Country, the resort's developer says.

Cornucopia Project continues free film series

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The Cornucopia Project continues its new Food for Thought documentary series Tuesday night with its second documentary film, My Father’s Garden.

A rental home, among the properties handled by Blue Moose Vacations, offers a tranquil view Ossipee Lake.

Early summer rental benefit as winter takes its toll

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This brutal winter got you down? Looking to escape? Well, many blizzard-battered New Englanders already have booked rental lodging hot spots around New Hampshire this summer, especially if their...

Its iconic footbridge and waterfall were backdrops for national reporters  covering the New Hampshire Primary, but the Wayfayer Inn and Conference Center in Bedford is being torn down, making way for a shopping center.

Who's who of national political reporters fondly remember Bedford's Wayfarer

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As wrecking machinery tears apart the aging walls of the abandoned Wayfarer Inn, so too is a piece of New Hampshire history being laid to rest.

The former Villa Augustina School  in Goffstown.

Villa Augustina now under agreement; yes vote on Goffstown zoning critical

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The former Villa Augustina School property is now under agreement with a potential buyer, bringing the former Catholic school property one step closer to a new identity.

Artist Gail Allen at work in her Hollis studio.

Hollis painter's vibrant works reflect her passion for her art

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Gail Allen says her art is her way of telling stories.