MLS Number 4642553
- Residential Single Family
- Bedrooms 4
- Bathroom 2
- Stories 2
- Construction Existing
Welcome to the Daniel Carr House a distinctive historical home circa 1792 with additions to the home made in early 1800's.A well preserved example of Federalist architecture in New Hampshire through the Society for the Preservation of N.E. Antiquities. The home is exceptional for its early 19th Century interior finishes, specifically 9 wall murals painted by Rufus Porter whose work hangs in the Rufus Porter Museum in Bridgton, Maine and The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. The original doors, latches and locks are quite impressive as well. The present owners have painstakingly maintained the original integrity of the home along with updating the kitchen, bathrooms and systems including a steel standing seam roof. There is a great deal of custom work including kitchen cabinetry, wide board pine flooring and tiled baths. The kitchen has a working FP and is fully equipped and large enough for entertaining. Formal dining room and a front parlor, where the Porter murals are the topic of conversation. The sun porch is bright and airy; sit and relax on a cool summer evening and look out over the lush gardens and fields. There are just under 260(+/-) AC's of land held in conservation trust to protect the property, its fields, ponds, and woodlands. Trails and roads throughout and the property are surrounded by farmland with it's rolling meadows and distant views of Mt. Moosilauke. The property is within 12 miles to the Appalachian Trail and 6 miles to National Forest. Truly a rare find.
Listed by Charles Crannell of Peabody and Smith Realty
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Federal 30-year interest rate: 4.03% last updated on 2017-04-27
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