Built in 1810 this house has been home to the same family since the 1950's. Tucked back from the road, this home still boasts many beautiful features of it's day. When the house is entered into from the garage, you will find yourself in a large family/grand room. The room lays claim to a Russian Stove to heat the room to your liking. It also has a vaulted ceiling and double lofts. From this room you enter the mud room which is large and opens into the kitchen of the home. The rooms are large and flow nicely from one to the other. This property was used as a farm until the early 1970's. There are old fields and pastures waiting to be reclaimed. You could also rebuild the old barn if you would like to. A conservation easement is held by the Monadnock Conservancy and allows for sheep, horses, chickens, etc. There is 5 acres included across the street. Sugar maples are currently being tapped for maple syrup in the spring. Build your own sugar shack and have a go at it yourself! Is there updating and sprucing up that needs to be done? Yes there is. Is it going to be worth it? You bet! Come fall in love with a home that will remind you of a simpler time when people worked the land and family's ate together.
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