Once again, it’s the time of year that we’re reminded how lucky we are to live in the area we do. With beaches, mountains and the city all within an hour’s drive, it’s time to get out and really enjoy it! What better way to do that than to sample some of the amazing restaurants in the Merrimack Valley?
Click here to see a list, by town, of some of the area’s finest dining options as outlined by the Merrimack Valley Economic Development Council.
In today’s busy Spring Market, when passions are high and schedules are full, home buyers can often get lost in the mind set of finding the “Perfect Home!” Sure, the house itself is certainly incredibly important. But, what truly can make your new dwelling ‘HOME’ is to make sure you, as a home buyer, do ALL your homework. Know everything you can about the community in which you hope to find your potential home.
That’s right. It’s easy to get wrapped up in the number of bedrooms, the number of bathrooms, how much yard is there? You think about the kitchen appliances, the flooring, is there a garage? Here’s what may slip from your mind…but absolutely shouldn’t!
Is this new home…
- a short drive to your place of employment?
- near schools?
- near restaurants?
- near a grocery store?
- in a neighborhood?
- on a busy street?
- on a public road?
- are there children nearby or are the residents older?
- near a playground?
- near a hospital?
Some or all of these questions may be important to you. No matter what your criteria is for your new home, just be sure not to neglect the BIG picture. Know the community inside and out before you decide to make it your HOME.
We are so fortunate to live where we do. We’re close to history, sporting events, art museums, theaters and some of the finest higher learning institutions. While the kids are taking a break from the books, why not excite them with a day trip or two to some area attractions?
The link below shares some fun things to do week of April 18…
Massachusetts School Vacation Fun