That’s a lot of acreage! This home was built in 1830. It is located on 145 acres in New Boston, New Hampshire. 138 acres is in conservation and cannot be developed on. The seven acres directly surrounding the house can be developed. A friend did something similar with his land and it basically protects the land forever. This property has ponds, sledding hills and miles of trails. The house has been modernized a bit too much for my taste, but it’s still nice. The home features hardwood floors, exposed beams, and an expansive back deck. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,902 square feet. $685,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Looking for your piece of Country Paradise? Look no further than this handsome updated 1830 Colonial on 145 acres of conservation property with ponds, views, sledding hills, trails, wildlife and so much more! This one of a kind property sits at the end of a paved public road, surrounded by privacy and serenity. 138 acres are in conservation, abutting 200+ ac of land around Bailey Pond with miles of trails, and 7 acres surrounding the home are not in conservation, incl. a potential home site if you want a family compound. The 4+/- ac. pond is dam-controlled and supports a variety of wildlife. This property is an award winning Tree Farm with a management plan in place and all the infrastructure you need, including logging trails, Pole Barn, workshop and space for equipment. This classic 4 bdrm 2 bath colonial contains over 2900 square feet of living space with newer vinyl siding, double-pane windows, recent roof and septic, large deck for entertaining and terrific Chef’s Kitchen. There’s a bdrm and full bath on the 1st floor, with 3 bdrms and a 3/4 bath on the 2nd floor. The floorplan also contains a 2nd floor family room with views to the Western hills. There are beautiful views from many rooms, and this home has two heating systems to choose from, an oil/wood FHA furnace and a 2017 outdoor wood boiler. With 120+ acres of forest your fuel is free for the harvesting! This unique property is the epitome of a classic NH homestead, come see it May 8th when showings begin!
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