Are you planning a visit to Augusta — perhaps to look at Augusta homes for sale? While you're in the area, we highly recommend checking out some local museums and attractions. One of the best ones to visit is the Monmouth Museum, which houses displays related to early life in Maine. Visiting this museum will give you a better understanding of the region's history, and it will also feel like a peek back in time. Here are the key things you need to know prior to your visit.
Thinking about relocating next year? You'll want to make sure Augusta, Maine, is on the top of your list. Whether you're looking to begin a career, raise a family, or retire -- Augusta is the perfect place for any stage of life. Our real estate agents love telling clients all the great things about living in Augusta. Here are our top reasons why this beautiful city should be at the top of your list if you're planning a move in 2022:
Oktoberfest is nearly upon us, and the outstanding breweries of the Kennebec Valley are gearing up for a full month of local fun! Oktoberfest originated in Germany as the largest beer festival in the world, with food, beer, amusements, and attractions lasting from late September through early October. Whether you're looking for a big social event or an inviting, quiet taproom to sample the best local brews for Oktoberfest, you're sure to find it at your favorite Kennebec Valley brewery. Our real estate agents have all of the delicious details on 6 of the best Kennebec Valley breweries where you can celebrate Oktoberfest in style this year.
Natural light in your home is beneficial to your health, mood, and energy level. While dark, gloomy spaces can make you feel depressed and lethargic, spaces filled with sunshine will quickly brighten your day. Augusta buyers who work with our real estate agents want homes with lots of natural light and impressive outdoor views.
As you discuss with our real estate agents the best home improvements to undertake before adding your house to Augusta homes for sale, one likely topic will be curb appeal. After all, the house's exterior is the first thing everyone sees when driving by or even looking at a photograph online. The driveway is a significant part of this image. At the least, you'll want it to be clean and in good repair. Starting with that baseline, let's consider some additional options.
If you're considering purchasing one of the wonderful Augusta homes for sale, you're probably already aware of some of the recreational spots in the area. With 2,500 lakes and ponds, a 5,500-mile coastline, and 2,000 islands, Maine is a haven for boating enthusiasts. Before you head to the water, though, our real estate agents would like to remind you to stay safe by following these simple safety rules.
If you're like most book lovers, you might find it hard to part with your favorite reads. This is one reason why many of us book lovers eventually turn into book hoarders. Keeping a collection of your favorite books isn't necessarily a bad thing, but books do take up a lot of space in your home. If your books are collecting dust in the corner or filling up space in your closet, you might want to consider transforming your collection into a stylish display.
Our real estate agents are big readers, and they compiled a list of their favorite, most creative ways to show off their book collections.
If it's time to replace the flooring in your home, two of the top options are carpet and hardwood floors. While both options can look lovely in your home, the best selection will depend on your specific circumstances. Our real estate agents know that buyer preferences will vary. Here are some things to keep in mind as you make your decision.
As winter approaches, every homeowners' goal is to keep their home comfy and cozy warm while not spending too much money to do so. The good news is that by taking a few easy steps, you can ensure your home stays warmer while still reducing your energy bill.
Our real estate agents recommend the following tips for cooling down your heating bill this winter: