Beautifully restored and maintained antique home Circa 1830 built by Leonard Farley a renowned NH covered bridge builder. Stately wooden beams sourced in the construction of his bridges are found throughout the property. Artisan original features are intact including 6 fireplaces, wide pine flooring, timeless moldings and raised paneling, showcasing spacious common living spaces. Extending beyond the main structure is a high ceiling open and inviting updated kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances plus a great room that once was the carriage house. Unique continuous wood framed transom windows showcase the entire east side of this 55' long ell. An architect redesigned open concept, attached yet separate 2,500 sq.ft. two story former barn is truly inspiring. A wall of soaring multi-paned windows capped by a transom face the street with a brick gas fireplace and half bath on the first level and cathedral ceilings on the second floor. A courtyard joins the main house with a free standing 1,840 sq.ft. New England cape style building with its own septic and C/A. Originally used as a cooperage where wooden apple barrels were made. Now creative uses could include air B&B, nanny apartment or rental. Wonderful opportunity to own 3 picturesque stonewall bordered acres with 3 unique structures zoned for com./res./agri. use. Scenic beautifully maintained producing apple orchard in conservation across the street. Great visibility. Close to shops
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Broad Street to Ash. Ash street is just past Brookdale farm on the right. Front of home is on Broad Street. Entrance to property is on Ash. Private property. Must have an appointment to enter property.