Sing A Different Tune With Hal
Email REALTOR® Hal Sheeler at email@example.com
New Hampshire & Vermont REALTOR®
Dartmouth College, Upper Valley, Sunapee Area Buyer and Seller Real Estate Services
Century 21 Energy Shield Realty
367 NH Route 120
Hanover Road Professional Center Unit E4
Lebanon, New Hampshire 03766 USA
Office 603 643-0127 or Cell 603 398-2151
Map showing office location
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ABOUT THE UPPER VALLEY
Approximate Driving Distances From Some Upper Valley Communities
To Lebanon, NH Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC)
Hanover, NH - 5 minutes
Hartford, VT - 10 minutes
Norwich, VT - 8 minutes
Eastman/Grantham, NH - 20 minutes
Enfield, NH - 15 minutes
Canaan, NH - 25 minutes
New London, NH - 30 minutes
Claremont, NH - 30 minutes
Hartland, VT - 20 minutes
Lyme, NH - 15 minutes
Thetford, VT - 20 minutes
Fairlee, VT - 25 minutes
Woodstock, VT - 30 minutes
Quechee, VT - 20 minutes
Strafford, VT - 30 minutes
Sharon, VT - 20 minutes
REALTORS® are required to present consumer disclosure forms to you before showing property. A REALTOR®
does not represent you officially until you have a contractual agreement.
REALTORS® in New Hampshire and Vermont represent Sellers through Listing Agreements
and Buyers through Buyer Broker Agreements.
We also market properties listedwith other Brokers on behalf of Sellers through cooperation agreements
and the Multiple Listing Service. Unless a REALTOR® or Agency
has a Listing Agreement or Buyer Broker Agreement with you,
they do not have a broker/client fiduciary relationship with you and are
not acting on your behalf as your agent. If you would like further
information about your options regarding representation I would be
happy to answer your questions. Hal Sheeler 603 398-2151
For me to represent you officially as your Buyer Agent we need to sign a Buyer Agency Agreement.
For Multiple Listing System properties the fee for Buyer Agent services is usually built into the sales price
and there is no additional charge to the buyer; it is paid by the listing agency.
For non-MLS properties, should you choose to have me also search For Sale By Owner properties,
the fee for my services would be paid by you, the buyer, unless the seller
is willing to pay that fee for bringing the buyer. This is often the case.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Grand old home with gorgeous wide pine floors on ALMOST AN ACRE of land. A unique home featuring
high ceilings, massive stone fireplace with pellet stove insert, cozy quaint kitchen,
beefy hand hewn beams, first floor party/family room, lovely flat yard, expansive deck.
Newer standing seam roof and wiring and other updates made while retaining the home's
unique character. Loads of possibilities for new owner to make further updates on this one
of kind huge home. Upstairs is an open palate just waiting for buyers with vision to put their stamp
on it. Plethora of living and storage space and possibilities for expansion (the gargantuan attic will blow you away).
Lovers of older homes: With some more modernizing improvements this solid home
built 1800 or earlier can dazzle and probably be around for another 200 years.
Strafford, Vermont 178 Acre Farm
Exceptional property in highly desirable Strafford.
Horse property with indoor arena and lovely 4 or 5 bedroom home.
$739,000 MLS 4324591
Call Hal Sheeler 603 398-2151
ARTHUR FROMMER'S BUDGET TRAVEL magazine named White River Junction, Vermont as one of the "10 Coolest Small Towns" in the nation.
One reason is NORTHERN STAGE.
The Upper Valley's professional theater company.
The Upper Valley Music Center
is a wonderful resource offering individual and ensemble lessons and rehearsals in Lebanon, New Hampsire.
FORBES TRAVELER NAMED HANOVER NH
ONE OF THE 20 PRETTIEST TOWNS IN AMERICA!
THE VALLEY NEWS
Lebanon, NH Municipal Airport (603)298-8878
The Dartmouth Coach
Highly recommended for those who live here and those who are thinking of living in this part of Vermont and New Hampshire.
"Upper Valley Life" is a beautiful magazine that has become a lively vehicle for information on Upper Connecticut River Valley communities and activities.
Superb layout, pictures, and stories.
100 Things You Must See, Do or Experience in the Upper Valley
This is neat! Check out the list at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation website.
Information Below Courtesy Of The Upper Valley Bi-State Regional Chamber Of Commerce:
"Gateway to the Upper Valley Region of
Towns of the Upper Valley, New Hampshire & Vermont
Lyme, NH: A town along the Connecticut River granted in 1761. Lyme is named from Old Lyme which lies at the base of the Connecticut River. It is a historic rural community in the Upper Valley located about 9 miles northeast of Hanover. It has a population of approximately 1,700. You can find out more about Lyme, NH from www.lymenh.gov.
Fairlee, VT: A small village set on the Connecticut River with beautiful scenic cliffs which nestles Lake Morey. Summer camps, vacation homes and the Lake Morey Inn are just a few of the attractions to Fairlee. Travelers to this region experience a unique balance between the natural and built environments. Fairlee is located close to other small Upper Valley communties such as West Fairlee, Thetford, VT and Orford, NH. Close to Interstate-91, Fairlee is a convenient commute to White River Junction, Hanover and Lebanon. For more info go to www.ctrivertravel.net/fairlee.htm.
White River Junction, VT: A town bordering the Connecticut River and located at the crossroads of two major interstates, I-89 and I-91. White River Junction is home to many businesses including wholesale & retail merchants/manufacturers, fine restaurants, and car dealerships. It is a convenient short commute across the CT River to Lebanon and Hanover. Once a busy railroad center, WRJ has an Amtrak passenger depot. For more info go to www.whiteriverjct.com.
Lebanon and West Lebanon, NH: A small city at the heart of the Upper Valley. Lebanon offers the conveniences of city living with a small town atmosphere. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is the major employer in Lebanon. And, there are many other technical and non-technical companies located in Lebanon and some larger companies are even Headquartered here. Lebanon is a great vacation area as well with ski-resorts and lakes close by. Lebanon is located to the south of the Connecticut River and located near the crossroads of two major interstates, I-89 and I-91. For more info go to www.lebcity.com.
Hanover, NH: The home to Ivy League, Dartmouth College, Hanover is a small college town at the heart of the Upper Valley. Hanover's diversity make it one of the most interesting places in New Hampshire. Quant shops and restaraunts line Main St. There are always activities taking place at Dartmouth from theater to college sports events. Not to mention the fabulous museums in Hanover. Hanover is located to the south of the Connecticut River and located near the crossroads of two major interstates, I-89 and I-91. For more info go to www.hanovernh.org.
|Links to More Upper Valley Towns:
New Hampshire Towns
Canaan - www.townofcanaannh.us
Village of Ascutney - see Weathersfield
Upper Valley New Hampshire and Vermont School Information
"Simply put, most people who live in the Upper Valley area of New Hampshire and Vermont consider themselves to be thoroughly spoiled. The region is rich in everything you'd ever want: small town life, lots of four-season outdoor activities-summer's hiking trails become winter's cross country skiing trails-a surfeit of culture, great food, unique shopping possibilities, intellectual stimulation, and last but not least, friendly people..." From Practice Link, The Online Physician Job Bank And Magazine
The Dartmouth / Sunapee Region is known for beauty, scenic vistas, clear lakes, and Dartmouth College. The busy and growing Upper Valley Region is located here. Communities include; Lebanon, West Lebanon, Hanover, and Enfield in New Hampshire and Norwich, Hartford, Thetford, Strafford in Vermont. The region attracts shoppers to tax-free stores in West Lebanon, and Claremont, hikers to Mount Cardigan, boaters to Lake Sunapee and the Connecticut River, and history buffs to historic sites like Saint Gaudens and Old Fort #4. Paraphrased from N.H. Living.com