At Sprague & Curtis Real Estate, we know that once you decide to sell your home, you're anxious to get it listed and visible to potential buyers, and we're certainly excited to help you sell your home. Experience has proven that there are steps that you can take to make your home stand out to buyers, and these simple preparations can make all the difference in making your home sale successful.
Nearly everyone loves a good slice of pizza, and the local pizzerias in Augusta serve up some pretty impressive pies. Satisfying, quick and delicious, pizza makes mealtime fun, and once you get to know these area pizza stops, you may have trouble deciding which one to choose. With their unique atmosphere, menu offerings and specials, each of these Augusta pizzerias are sure to rank high on your list of favorite places to dine. Our real estate agents want you to become acquainted with the area, and a great way to start is by checking out our six favorite pizza shops.
The merits of taking a spa day are extensive, and many people are making periodic spa visits a part of their overall wellness routine. First and foremost, a spa day helps you relax and unwind from the rigors and stress of everyday life. What you may not know is that a trip to the spa can also help you detox, improve circulation, skin tone and sleep patterns, as well as fighting those annoying signs of aging. While you're considering some of the beautiful Augusta homes for sale during your house hunt, take some time to get to know our five favorite places to enjoy a spa day.
There are few things as breathtaking as autumn in Maine. Home to over 17 million acres of forest, the state holds the distinction of having more tree-covered land than any other state in America.
Although the peak viewing season varies from year-to-year depending on the weather, those visiting Maine between the last week of September and the third week of October are sure to be wowed by the gorgeous red, gold, and purple hues surrounding them.
One of the most well-known areas to view the fall foliage is Kennebec Valley. With almost 5,000 square miles of wooded area, the valley stretches North to South across much of the state, beginning at the Capitol city of Augusta and ending in the Canadian province of Quebec. Although almost every stretch of the valley offers beautiful views of the changing leaves, some locations are stunning. Our REALTORS® are here to share five of the best places in Kennebec Valley to this year's fall colors.