Scott Gove

Owner/Broker

Scott Gove is the owner and founder of The Gove Group. In addition to running the company, Scott’s primary focus is on land development and new construction. Scott believes that it is the people that make The Gove Group so unique and successful and he takes great pride in being able to “paint clients a picture and show them the dream.” Scott is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, the Seacoast Board of REALTORS®, and the New Hampshire Association of Home Builders. Dedicated to his career, Scott even names “real estate” as one of his major hobbies. His favorite inspirational quote is “It’s all about the journey.”


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Fantastic 3.3 Acre Bui...

$89,900
Eliot, Maine
3.30 acres Land
Price:
$89,900
City:
Eliot
Type:
Land
MLS® #:
4374627

Fantastic 3.3 Acre Building Lot With Tidal Frontage And Sweeping Views Of The Piscataqua River. B...

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