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Open house on 10/11/2015 at 241 High Plain Road Andover, MA … 0

Open house on 10/11/2015 at 241 High Plain Road Andover, MA …

Date: 10/11/2015 Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM For Directions: feel free to contact me 1 . For more information: click here 2 for the full details THIS COLONIAL IS MOVE IN READY AND SET WAY BACK OFF THE STREET ON A FLAT 3+ACRE LOT. You ll love the large eat-in kitchen with loads of birch cabinets, pantry, granite counter tops and new neutral tile flooring.

Oversized half bath with laundry. Formal living room with new carpeting and wood burning fireplace. Dining room conveniently located next to the kitchen.

Step up to oversized family room with HW flooring and cathedral ceiling. Upstairs master bedroom has a walk-in closet with adjustable shelves, new WW neutral carpet, and connecting bathroom. The 2 additional bedrooms have HW floors.

Walk-up attic with 3 dormers and window perfect for future expansion. This home has a security system, water filtration system and tilt- in insulated windows plus tons of storage. Attached 2 car garage and the back of the home has an additional garage to store cars or lawn equipment.

Less than a mile walk to High Plain/Wood Hill schools bus stop at end of driveway.

Lovely country setting!

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Best Location on Sugarloaf Mountain! 0

Best Location on Sugarloaf Mountain!

(25) Excellent 25 Reviews 1 From $100 / night Email Owner 2190 Adams Mountain Road , Sugarloaf , ME 04947 Overview Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Sleeps: 4 Type: Condo Per night: $100 – $20,000 Per week: $350 – $1,000 Pets allowed: No Internet: No Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Sleeps: 4 Pets allowed: No Internet: No Description of the Sugarloaf vacation condo rental WINTER – SKI IN – SKI OUT BEST LOCATION ON THE MOUNTAIN SUGARLOAF IS SPREAD OUT! Once you arrive, just PARK the car! Located on the EAST SIDE OF SUGARLOAF Follow the Sun Adams Mountain Road is the Heart of Sugarloaf, Ride the WHIFLEREE super-quad chair, CATCH THE KING PINE CHAIR and head to BRACKETT BASIN or any of the groomed trails!

We’re a snowball throw to the SUGARLOAF KIDS NURSERY, the COMP CENTER, TURBO TUBING and an easy walk across the slope to the base lodge, lift tickets, restaurants, entertainment! Experience the Torch Light Parade, Fire Works, ski shops, and the Chapel. APARTMENT BRIGHT!

SUNNY! WARM! (Sleeps 2-4) Ground level – 500 square feet Facing North to Bigelow Mountain; 1 BR with King bed, 1 Bath, Full size Kitchen Open Living – Dining – Kitchen Prime: Holiday & Weekends rates: Friday – Saturday $200.00 per night plus Maine tax of 9%. $218.00 Total per night (2 NIGHTS $436.00 tax included) (Sunday – Thursday) rates $175.00 per night plus Maine tax of 9% Two nights Minimum Stay ($175.00 per night Total 2 nights $381.00 Tax Included) SORRY – 1400 THREE LEVELES UNIT – NOT AVAILABLE 2015-2016 (RENTED FOR THE SEASON) The Whole Condo 1400 square feet 3 levels $600.00 per night + 8% ME Tax Sleeps Family of 10-12 (2 night Minimum) There are 4 bedrooms: 1st floor has a King size bed, second floor has 2 bedrooms, one small with a double bed and a larger bedroom with 2 bunk beds and a single bed (5 beds). There is a half bath on second floor.

First Floor: Ideal family togetherness with Full size Kitchen, Open to dining / living area with cathedral ceiling, Window seat and couches circle around the Vigilant woodstove with doors that open to a fireplace. BEST LOCATION ON THE MOUNTAIN, 2190 ADAMS MOUNTAIN ROAD, SUGARLOAF, MAINE Three levels Three Different SUMMER Options for Renting for the Season – 14,000 square feet – Rates are per Family, not per Person Summer Vacation Fun! Rent by Days – Week – Month – Explore – Relax!

Walk to Sugarloaf Hotel and restaurants, Zip Line, Perfect Wedding Headquarters, Close to Robert Trent Jones Golf Course, Canoe, Fish, Bike, Hike (Appalachian Trail), Moose Watching, and Explore Maine About 2 hours to Maine Coast: Boothbay Harbor, Rockland, Camden, Bangor, and Bar Harbor – Lots of Summer Area Activities – Elegant rustic Dining – Theatre – Music – Fairs – About 2 hours to Quebec, Montreal (45 minutes to Canadian border) Ideal for a couple wishing to get away from the city heat or southern climate. SUMMER Option #1 – 900 Unit – 2 levels – 900 square feet Mudroom, Decks, 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, Full size Kitchen.

900 Unit Summer Rates – $150.00 per night + 8% ME Tax (2 night Minimum) Sleeps Family of 6 – 8 By the Week Summer Rate $450.00 By the Month Summer Rate $1,000.00 SUMMER Option #2 – Break-away Apartment – First level – 500 square feet – Separate – Cool, Facing North to the Bigelow Mountain range; 1 BR with double bed, 1 Bath, Full size Kitchen. Open Living – Dining – Kitchen Break-away Apartment Summer Rates – $125.00 per night + 8 ME Tax (2 night Minimum) Sleeps Family of 4 By the Week Summer Rate $250.00 + 8% ME Tax By the Month Summer Rate $675.00 SUMMER Option #3 – The Whole Condo 1400 square feet 3 levels Summer Rate $450.00 per night + 8% ME Tax (2 night Minimum) Sleeps Family of 10-12 *** Area Information Property Description: Winter Best Location on the Mountain!

Bright! Cheerful! Heart of Sugarloaf Mountain!

Ski In – Ski Our! Three levels: 1,400 square feet Total Adams Mountain Road is the Heart of the Mountain. A snowball throws to the Whiffletree super-quad, to Haul Back and Burnt Mountain, Sugarloaf Kids Nursery, Laundry, the Comp Center, an easy walk across the slope to the base lodge, lift tickets, restaurants, entertainment, Torch Light Parade, Fire Works, ski shops, the Chapel.

The Fitness center is located just below us off the Birches slope next to us. It has a full Gym, Racket Ball courts, indoor swimming pool & both an indoor and outdoor Jacuzzi. The cost is about $12 a day during Ski Season and $8.00 per day during the summer months.

Summer vacation fun! Headquarters for weddings – Rent by Days – Week or Month – Explore – Relax! Walk to Sugarloaf Hotel, Base lodge, Zip Line, Robert Trent Jones Golf Course, Canoe, Fish, Bike, Hike (Appalachian Trail), Climb the 4000′ mountains, Moose Watching, Explore Maine!

Also about 2 hours to Quebec, Montreal or the Maine Coast: Boothbay Harbor, Rockland Camden, Bangor, and Bar Harbor Lots of Summer Area Activities – Back to Nature with Moose, Deer, Birds, Mountains, Valleys and Streams – Elegant rustic Dining – Marathons – Theater – Music – Fairs CAROL TANNER 2 School: SUNY Cortland Work: Owner of Mother’s Mountain Maine’s Special Homemade Taste & Owner of Best Location on the Mountain About: Dependable, Honest, Trustworthy… View full profile 3 Availability Calendar Rates Begins Ends Week Night Weekend Night Weekly Monthly Min Stay Jun 01 2015 Oct 04 2015 $100 $150 $350 $1,000 2 Nights Dec 01 2015 Apr 16 2016 $20,000 $200 $1,000 $5,000 2 Nights Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 12 p.m.

Lodging tax: 8% Deposits: Deposit upon reservation that is half the total amount of rent.

Two weeks before arrival second half due plus Separate Check of $250.00 Security Deposit $250.00 Payment Options: Cashier’s Check, Money Order, Personal Check Other Fees: Maine State Lodging Tax 8% Amenities Beds 1 Double Bed 1 Sofa Bed Features Full Kitchen Linens Provided Parking Included Ski In/Out Heating Appliances Alarm Clock Coffee Maker Microwave Stove Blender DVD Player Oven TV (Cable/Satellite) CD Player Dishwasher Radio Toaster Charcoal Grill Hair Dryer Refrigerator (Full) VCR Activities Bicycling (onsite) Hiking (onsite) Shopping Area (onsite) Canoeing (7 miles) Cross-Country Skiing (onsite) Live Entertainment (onsite) Tennis (onsite) Fishing (7 miles) Downhill Skiing (onsite) Playground (onsite) Snowmobiling (

Norfolk Police Prepare for Storm 0

Norfolk Police Prepare for Storm

Staff from Norfolk Police are currently preparing for the likely impact of a developing storm which is expected to occur overnight Sunday into Monday. Part of that preparation has been to link in with partners in order to monitor the situation as it develops.People can help themselves though by keeping up to date with the latest information by visiting the Met Office website or by tuning in to their local radio and TV news broadcasts.We would urge everyone to consider how they can take action now to minimise the risk to themselves their families and their properties. This could be by checking plans for Monday to see whether they are appropriate for the weather conditions as well as monitoring any updates on websites for services they may wish to use such as trains and buses.People should consider whether any journey they intend to take is essential.

If you do venture out you should be mindful that flying debris, gusts of high wind and obstructions will make regular journeys and outdoor activities more dangerous. In particular it would be safer wherever possible to steer clear of sea fronts and quays. At the same time as considering your own preparation it s an opportunity to act as a good neighbour if you know an elderly or vulnerable person who might need some help.

With strong winds predicted, there may be disruption to a number of roads and closure notices and diversions will be signposted.

Officers will be working hard to minimise impact the impact of this during the day, and updates will be issued on social media and through local radio and websites.