Saturday, July 18, 2009
Looking for a home with value written all over it? Try this video. Walk to picturesque downtown. Houlton Maine is on the Canadian border with New Brunswick Canada too! This home needs paint but has newer windows, updated large tiled floor kitchen, handy laundry, 2 full baths and first floor bedroom option! The homes around it are grand victorians. Enjoy the show, ask some questions. firstname.lastname@example.org 207.532.6573 Log on www.mooersrealty.com
Friday, July 17, 2009
You want to be on the water. Who doesn't. But this year round Maine lakeshore home is a super situation on 300' of shoreland. Full basement, cathedral ceilings, tip top shape. And private. Very private. The Maine real estate video gets you inside right now. Want 25 images/maps/more Maine information covered on this one? $149,900! email@example.com 207.532.6573 Log on www.mooersrealy.com Learn more about Maine people, the place, the property.
This one got us excited! We are in lots of homes, have seen lots of 100 acre parcels...but the combination hit our heart hard on this one. Set off road 870' for maximum privacy, view in three directions, new post and beam construction with cathedral ceilings. And glass...tons of glass of all shapes, sizes to let the light in year round. Watch the video. You will have a problem with jaw drop...and being speechless but the whole package for $265,000! Have questions? firstname.lastname@example.org 207.532.6573 Log on www.mooersrealty.com Learn about Maine
Sure thing..coming right up. How about this farm for in the $50's! What you get is a killer view, 30 acres that is surveyed, an original classic Maine red barn. The home has two lined chimneys, is a straight two stories but has issues. What issues? It has pigs inside..not the two legged kind. I know I know..and they were not like Arnold Ziffle on Green Acres if you remember that TV show. Anyway, the floors have been removed, new subfloors in place and more to do but for the package in the $50's, it is a deal. Watch the video. Ask some questions? What is the area like? Here is the video.
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Tuesday, July 7, 2009
You made an investment in Maine real estate on the water. It's on a lake, filled with fish, offers lots of recreation with a kayak, sailboat, swimming, water sports like skiing. So when the lake association gets together, what do they talk about? Tonight our Drews Lake Property Owner's Association swings into the New Limerick town office to discuss erosion, watershed drainage, community block grants for septic updates, building codes, shoreland zoning regulations.
The DLPOA meetings involved discussion about the roadways, dues collection, signage for 911 and safety and sets up clean up days and public landing "housekeeping" tasks. In the case of Drews Lake, the public dam was turned over the association for a dollar and we built a new dam, raising the funds privately and to make sure the water level did not go up or down to impact the shoreland. What do Maine lakes "hate" if they could talk, what would they let us know loud and clear on? Lawns. And most lawns have enough phoshorus and do not need weed and feed. No milfoil in these lakes, and that problem is four hours away luckily.
Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers - Maine, Get Here Quickly To Start Living.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Weed and feed enriched bright green, manicured lawns.If you asked a Maine lake what makes it happy, if that lake could talk it would gurgle that rolling, sloping, sweeping lawns make that lake boiling mad. The Drews Lake Property Owner's Association annual meeting is July 7th, 2009 at 6:30 at the New Limerick town office. The DLPOA Maine lake group educated, protects and promotes good stewardship for this 1057 acre water jewel located in New Limerick, Linneus and Oakfield Maine. Watch what living on Drews Lake is all about Maine lake video and remember another name for the lake is Meduxnekeag Lake which is Maliseet for "Rocks At Its Mouth". Over the years the Drews Lake group with is pro-active, not reactive stance has kept the lake clean, replacing under-sized culverts, installing plunge pools to slow the water and erosion of soil to the lake. Over $60,000 in grant money from the soil and water conservation district in Southern Aroostook has help stablize the soil erosion and control none source point pollution.
ME REALTOR Andrew Mooers - Maine's 6000 Lakes, Ponds Are Clean, Unpopulated, Special.