Historic House Listings

“Knollwood”, Circa 1870. On one acre in New Hampshire. $289,000

December 4, 2020

Such an interesting exterior on this home! Knollwood was built in 1870. It is located on one acre in New Ipswich, New Hampshire. The home has an attached two car garage. There are wide plank hardwood floors, chair rails, bay windows, and original mantels. The home has a covered porch. The porch overlooks the hillside. Across the road is 1/4 acre that is included. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,094 square feet. $289,000

Contact Gail Therriault with HKS Associates: 603-398-6646

From the Zillow listing:


If breathing space and antique charm are high on your “Must Have” list then Knollwood is waiting for you…. Graceful lines and dramatic perspective go beyond traditional curb appeal as you drive by this c.1870 Victorian home. The bonus detached two-story Gambrel carriage house has so much potential as a studio or workshop. The ample two story two-car plus attached garage has wonderful wide open space above that says “Transform me!” The open front porch looks down the hillside lawn to your 0.25 +/-A. lot across the street that works for animals, gardens or play. There is an efficient mudroom area that has front porch, basement, garage and back yard doorways plus plenty of room for your outwear gear. The side yard cuddle-in sleeping porch off the living room is perfect for hot summer days and nights. The main house has many spaces with high ceilings, spacious rooms and beautiful light that all play an important role for how this property “feels”. The window-lit art nook off the dining room welcomes you to Create. A pellet stove addition in the living room fireplace adds to the warmth and a deep closet nearby is perfect for keeping several days of pellets handy. Climb the wooden staircase to a charming sitting area tucked aside on the second floor landing. 4 bedrooms with height and good closet spaces and a full bath remodeled in 2013 with washer hook-up complete the second floor. If character, space and flow are important to you then you have come to the right


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