Lisa Corr, Olde Town Realty | Haverhill, MA Real Estate



44 Pleasant View Ave, Haverhill, MA 01832

Rental

$1,600
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Single family home completely renovated. Fully appliance kitchen, 2 bedroom, laundry in unit, Beautiful hardwood floors in living room and bedrooms Tiled kitchen Nice large yard, Available Sept. 1, 2017 Tenant to take care of lawn and snow removal. A CHECK CREDIT WILL BE REQUIRED. First, Last & Security is Required. Group showing Monday July 31 at 3:00
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Monday
July 31 at 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM
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44 Pleasant View Ave, Haverhill, MA 01832

Rental

$1,600
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Single family home completely renovated. Fully appliance kitchen, 2 bedroom, laundry in unit, Beautiful hardwood floors in living room and bedrooms Tiled kitchen Nice large yard, Available Sept. 1, 2017 Tenant to take care of lawn and snow removal. A CHECK CREDIT WILL BE REQUIRED. First, Last & Security is Required.
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2 S St, Haverhill, MA 01835

Bradford

Single-Family

$319,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Don't miss your chance to live in the Ward Hill lneighbhood at an incredible price. A great opportunity to own a 7 rooms, 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 bath. Kitchen has been updated with newer cabinets, granite. Nice size family room with a fireplace. Living room and dining room have hardwood floors, Walk up attic.
Open House
Saturday
July 29 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 2 S St, Haverhill, MA 01835    Get Directions

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Cooking vegetables from your own garden is a great experience. In the same way that you appreciate a meal made from scratch more than a frozen dinner or takeout, cooking food that you grew yourself is an extremely rewarding feeling. Aside from being delicious, growing your own food can help you save money, waste less food, consume less plastic packaging (helping the environment), and try out new recipes you normally wouldn't. When it comes to planting vegetables for cooking, however, there's more to it than simply tossing some seeds in your garden. Here's how to get the most out of growing your own vegetables for use on the dinner table.

Plant smart

One of the first mistakes beginner gardeners make is planting the wrong vegetables or the wrong proportions of vegetables. One or two squash plants, for example, will provide ample amounts of squash for most small families. So, think about the meals you love to cook and what vegetables they require. Then find out how much those plants yield. Some vegetables can be planted and harvested at many times throughout the growing season. If you eat lots of leafy greens (lettuce, spinach, kale, etc.), don't plant a huge row all at once. Instead, plant in intervals of two or three weeks so you can reap the rewards throughout the season. Similarly, many lettuces (such a romaine) are able to be continually harvested--that means there's no need for pulling the whole planet out of the ground and replanting.

Plan your meals

To get the most out of your garden plan a weekly menu that incorporates items from your garden. If your tomatoes look like they're ripening, plan for making tomato sauce, pizza, or caprese sandwiches the following week. Get creative with recipes. If you have a surplus of peppers, try different stuffed pepper recipes. The internet is your best friend when it comes to discovering new uses for surplus vegetables.

Preserving

A garden should be useful to you year-round, not just during the autumn harvest season. There are several methods of preserving your vegetables. The way you choose depends on your own need. Common means of preservation include:
  • Freezing meals. Remember those stuffed peppers? You don't have to eat them every day of the week once your peppers are ripe. Cook up some rice, beans, and sauce, stuff your peppers and bake. Eat however much you want and place the rest in airtight bags in the freezer. They'll make great lunches for when you're in a rush.
  • Blanching and steaming.  If you're not quite sure how you'll want to use your vegetables but you know you'll use them later blanching and steaming are great options. Boil or steam them for five minutes then toss them into a bucket of ice-water to cool. Once cool, drain them and freeze them in bags.
  • Canning.  This method takes some preparation and research but canning is a great way to save fruits and vegetables for use throughout the year and are great if you don't have extra space in your freezer for frozen vegetables.


11 Summit Ave, Haverhill, MA 01830

Single-Family

$345,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
When you walk into this house you will feel the gramdeur of this home. The front elegant staircase is breathaking.. The marble statue in the front hall is a gift from the sellers. Frenchdoors lead into the formal livingroom with hardwood floors. The livingroom is quite large that also has hardwood woods. There is a smaller room off the hallway. Great use for an office, storage playroom, what ever your needs are. Large dinning room that leadsd out the kitchen and half bath. Laundry is located in the 1st floor half bath. This house has double staircase. The gas grill is also a gift to the buyer. It is plumbed inom the deck with propane. So much more to see. Esy to show.
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