Real estate

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

What does your money buy in Portsmouth, N.H.?

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28 Doris Ave. in Portsmouth, N.H.

$399,000

28 Doris Ave.

Year built: 1941

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Lot size: 0.27 acre

Bedrooms: 4

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Baths: 2 full

Taxes: $4,624 (2015)

Set on a corner lot, this well-kept 1,593-square-foot Cape features hardwood floors, an updated kitchen with granite counters, and a living room fireplace with a pellet stove. It has central air for those days when the temperature climbs and wiring for a generator when stormy weather hits.

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$699,000

150 Sherburne Ave.

Year built: 1905

Lot size: 0.13 acre

Bedrooms: 4

Bath: 1 full, 1 half

Taxes: $8,647 (2015)

Located in the desirable Little Harbor neighborhood, this 2,186-square-foot “New Englander” offers a fenced-in backyard, front porch, and deck. The kitchen, heating system, hot water heater, and electrical have been updated, and the home is within walking distance to schools, playgrounds, ball fields, and the library.

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150 Sherburne Ave. in Portsmouth, N.H.

James Sullivan can be reached at jamesgsullivan@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter @sullivanjames.
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