Historic House Listings

Historic Elm Farm, Circa 1767. On 48 acres in New Hampshire. That barn!! $490,000

February 21, 2020

Love that barn! It’s been featured in publications. Elm Farm was built in 1767. It is located on 48 acres in Francestown, New Hampshire. The house also has an attached barn. The property has a caretakers cottage and a corn crib. All of the systems in the house have been updated. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,468 square feet. $490,000

Contact Ryan Hvizda with the Hvizda Team LLC Keller Williams: 603-232-8282

From the Zillow listing:


This is the first time the historic Elm Farm, set on 48 acres of mostly open farmland is being offered in its entirety, for this price. Property consists of multiple homes and buildings including the three bedroom, Georgian Brick Colonial w/ Cape ell and attached barn, a caretakers cottage (which is currently rented for $950/mo), a corn barn and the 40′ x 83′ New England Style drive-through barn, a famous Francestown landmark. This historic barn has been featured multiple times in New Hampshire Magazine as well as in the esteemed barn expert, John Porter’s newest book “Preserving Old Barns: Preventing the Loss of a Valuable Resource.” A conservation easement protects the prime agricultural soils, however there are two options for building lots on both sides of the road. A flexible floor plan in the main house allows for the master bedroom to be on either the first or second floor. Major systems have been updated and meticulously maintained. The barn attached to the main house and the 20 x 16 Corn Barn offers additional storage, electricity, and parking for two cars. Showings begin at Open House 2/22 & 2/23 12-2p


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