Historic Elm Farm was built in 1767! That is one gorgeous barn! Located on 48 acres in Francestown, New Hampshire. Comprised of mostly open farmland in the Monadnock Region. Most of the acreage is preserved and protected in a conservation easement. The drive through barn is a Francestown landmark. The Georgian Brick Colonial and attached cape date back to the 1700’s. All major systems have been updated. There is a caretakers cottage on the property that is 1,000 square feet and is currently rented out. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,468 square feet. $540,000
From the Zillow listing:
Elm Farm is a historic property set on 48 acres of mostly open farmland located in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire. Most of the acreage has been preserved in a Conservation Easement for agricultural use and enjoyment of the land. The 40 x 83 New England Style drive-through barn is a Francestown landmark admired by many and recently featured in New Hampshire magazine. Both the Georgian Brick Colonial and attached Cape ell date back to the late 1700s offering an abundance of historic features. The flexible floor plan allows for the master bedroom on first or second floor. Major systems have been updated and maintained beautifully over the years. The Caretaker’s Cottage includes over 1000 SF of additional living space and is currently rented. The barn attached to the main house and the 20 x 16 “Corn Barn” outbuilding offers ample storage space, electricity, and parking for two cars. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a piece of New England history.
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