Historic House Listings

New England Federal Style Farmhouse, Circa 1810. Two acres in New Hampshire. $209,000

November 12, 2020

Love the exterior of this home! This federal style farmhouse was built in 1810. It is located on two acres in Haverhill, New Hampshire. There are original wide planked hardwood floors, wide baseboards, original mantels and corner china cabinets. The home has a new standing seam metal roof. The plumbing and electric have been updated. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,745 square feet. $217,500 New price: $209,000

Contact Stephen Gorman with Peabody and Smith Realty: 603-728-5377

From the Zillow listing:


Located in Haverhill Corner, this classic New England Federal style farmhouse still has its original charm, including fireplaces, a side porch, woodwork and many other great features. It has plenty of natural light from many windows, a large mudroom, two-car carport, living space on two levels, a remodeled kitchen, office, and plenty of bedrooms and storage space. Many systems have been brought up to modern standards with metal roof, wiring, plumbing and remodeled kitchen. The house is very warm and efficient in those cold New England winters. The lot has established gardens and plenty of room for play and relaxation. A one-acre lot across the street, included in the sale, provides privacy and protection. Just one mile from the popular Court Street Arts venue, tennis courts, Bedell Bridge State Park and two boat landings on the Connecticut River. Easy drives to Littleton, St. Johnsbury, Woodsville, Plymouth, Hanover (Dartmouth College), and White River Jct.


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