Historic House Listings

Has apple trees! Five acres in New Hampshire. Circa 1922. $155,900

September 24, 2020

Not a bad looking house! This home was built in 1922. It is located on 4.9 acres in Whitefield, New Hampshire. The second floor could be finished off to provide more living space. The home has a new metal roof. Love the screened in porch. The property has mature apple trees! Close to golf, skiing, and local lakes. One bedroom, two bathrooms, and 1,116 square feet. $155,900

Contact Lisa Hampton with Lisa Hampton Real Estate: 603-631-1515

From the Zillow listing:


This charming home has been totaly transformed into an an adorable one level living space with a large 2nd floor of bonus rooms to finish if more square footage is needed. Presently, there is 1 bedroom and 1.5 baths that have been finished on the main level, but the bonus space offers room for 2-3 additional bedrooms and lines have been run for a 2nd floor bath. Some of the updates include replacement windows, vinyl siding, metal roof, flooring, new kitchen cabinets and appliances. The kitchen has a good workflow and is open to the dining area making serving and cleaning up after meals a breeze. The living room has a wall of windows letting the sunlight stream in with access to the side yard via an enclosed mudroom. There is a large hallway that has enough space in it for an office desk with plenty of outlets which leads to the combination 1/2 bath & laundry room. Off of the dining area is a en-suite bedroom with walk-through closet to a full bath. A screened porch opens off of the bedroom and overlooks the back yard. Property has +/- 4.9 acres with mature apple trees, a large hydrangea shrub and a lawn area for outdoor activities. The driveway is shared with the property behind it and there is a deeded ROW that will be increased to 20′ with the transfer of the property. The home has a great location & is nearby to the Mountain View Grand for golfing, Bretton Woods for skiing and minutes the many local lakes and ponds for water activities.


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