Andover Real Estate Transactions September 2021

Lull in summer activity, stronger fall projected

By Ty Morris

One home sold on the MLS in Andover this month. Carol Meyers sold 31 Elkins Hill Road to Jason Thompson for $340,000. This three bedroom, one and a half bathroom ranch with an attached one-car garage sits on 2.09 acres. Ed Kinzer of Coldwell Banker Lifestyles represented the sellers and Amber Rejdych of BHHS Verani […]

New Penacook Shopping Center to Feature Market Basket in 2022

Located just outside of Boscawen near I93

Press release
New Penacook Shopping Center to Feature Market Basket in 2022

Interchange Development LLC announces the construction of “Merchants Way”, a new Market Basket anchored shopping center conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 93 Exit 17 in the Penacook area of Concord New Hampshire. The first phase of Merchants Way will include a new 80,741 square foot Market Basket supermarket, 22,500 square feet of attached retail space, […]

Climate Change Report Confirms Irrefutable Truths

Andover already sees the effects

By Ken Wells

Note from the Editor: In the coming months, the Beacon will attempt to collect articles with facts about how climate change is impacting Andover, its citizens, businesses, environment, ecology, agriculture, and tourism. In addition to articles, we also welcome letters that adhere to our Letters policy at AndoverBeacon.com/Letters.  If you have an idea for an […]

Andover Real Estate Transactions July to August 2021

Six Andover properties sold

By Ty Morris

Six properties sold on the Multiple Listing Service in Andover last month. Gerard and Brittney Murray sold their home at 5 Stewart Street to Marc and Sylvia Dawalga for $185,000. This two bedroom and one bathroom ranch sits on .55 acres and has 920 square feet of living space. Ty Morris of Coldwell Banker Lifestyles […]

Irene Jewett Celebrates 100th Birthday at Home in East Andover

Roses, a huge cake, and 125 people

By Sharon Kern
Irene Jewett Celebrates 100th Birthday at Home in East Andover

Irene Jewett of East Andover was honored at her home with a special celebration of her 100th birthday. This beautiful open-house event was well received with over 125 neighbors, friends, and relatives.  Guests traveled from several New Hampshire towns as well as from Maine, Vermont, Georgia, Colorado, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Washington DC. Among those in […]

New Hampshire Median Home Sale Price Hits New High

Home affordability index plummets

By Ty Morris

Listed below are some real estate bullet points related to July: • The New Hampshire median home sale price eclipsed $409,000 for the first time in history. • July was the 12th consecutive month of 100% list-price-to-sale- price ratio. On average, homes sold for 104.4% of their selling price. • The average days on the […]

Transfer Station Urges Patrons to Read the Signs

If you still have questions, just ask

By Andover Transfer Station Staff

The staff at your Transfer Station is always trying to make dropping off your trash and recyclables easy, efficient, and safe for all concerned. That means we have to change things from time to time, particularly in response to changes imposed on us by the contractors who ultimately haul away the trash and recyclables. For […]

The Kitchen of Andover Moves to Larger Space in Warner

Opening planned for mid-August

Press release

Salisbury residents Michael and Stephanie Prete who own The Kitchen Eatery and Catering are moving their Andover location to what used to be the famed Foothills Restaurant in Warner. They will be going from their current 1,400 square foot spot to a newly designed 5,200 square foot space with a new outdoor deck in the […]

Andover Real Estate Transactions June and July 2021

Two properties sold in Andover

By Ty Morris

Two properties sold in Andover last month on the MLS. Jeremie and Jaimie Holmes sold their home at 129 Currier Road to Michael Leclerc and Stephanie Mitchell for $310,000. This three bedroom and two bathroom ranch with a detached two-car garage sits on two acres and has 1,248 square feet of living space. Melanie Paskavitch […]

Webinar Explores Potential for Community Solar Projects

New Hampshire rules have changed

Press release

There have been a number of recent changes to New Hampshire state policy regarding large-scale solar projects. HB 315 recently passed, creating a lot of questions for municipalities about community power aggregation, the increased five megawatt cap, and what these changes mean for net metering. Also recently announced, the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) […]