Historic House Listings

Jaw dropping! Green Gables, circa 1906. 13 acres in NH. $3,700,000

October 7, 2018

Wow. Wow. Wow! Green Gables was built in 1906. The Tudor English Revival was built by department store entrepreneur, Marshall Field and then given to his sister as a wedding gift! The main house is 7,500 square feet. The carriage house is  2,600 square feet. Located on 13.8 acres in Rye Beach Village, New Hampshire. The estate is within walking distance of Atlantic Ocean beaches. And good news!!!! Private jet access is only 20 minutes away! 🙂 Seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and 7,485 square feet. $3,700,000

From the Zillow listing:


Built in 1906, Green Gables is a magnificent turn-of-the-century estate, featuring a Tudor English Revival Manor House, built by the iconic department store entrepreneur Marshall Field, and given to his sister as a wedding present. The estate”s primary manor residence is complemented in style and character by its 2644 sf carriage/guest house. Green Gables is situated on 13.8 private acres, in the coveted community of Rye Beach Village. The Village is renowned for its traditional charm and architecture, embraced by the sounds and scents of the Atlantic shore. The Green Gables setting is peaceful and lush with mature gardens and trees providing privacy and solitude. At the same time, the estate is within walking distance of Atlantic Ocean beaches and the Abenaqui Country Club (featuring 18 hole championship golf course and tennis). A comprehensive restoration has been completed in the main residence. Elegant architectural details include a baronial foyer, graciously proportioned rooms, high beamed ceilings, a conservatory, and 7 fireplaces. Great attention has been paid to restoring the gardens and grounds, which add to the elegance of the estate and its location. Zoning flexibility for additional development makes this an ideal family compound or equestrian estate opportunity. Private jet access available 20 minutes away

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