Historic House Listings

Sold. So much stained glass! Circa 1875. Over one acre in New Hampshire. $239,000

June 3, 2021

I have never seen a house with so much stained glass! Was most recently the home of Hundred Acre Wood Antiques. This home was built in 1875. It is located on 1.7 acres in Bethlehem, New Hampshire. The home features a large wrap around porch, hardwood floors, stained glass windows in almost every room, and vintage light fixtures. The property has multiple outbuildings. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,661 square feet. $279,000 New price: $239,000

Contact Heidi Boedecker with Coldwell Banker Lifestyles

From the Zillow listing:


Come North and Restore this Victorian Lady to her previous Splendor. Possibilities are only limited by your imagination. Located in the “Main Street” District of Bethlehem, this prime commercial property was originally home to a prominent doctor but most recently housed the Yankee Magazine cited “Hundred Acre Wood Antiques” shop. Rare opportunity to own 1.7 +- acres in a vibrant, artistic community. The location offers excellent visibility with easy access to I-93 / Route 302. In the Main House, Original stained glass windows on every level create a sense of history. First floor consists of Dining, Kitchen, Parlor(s), dramatic foyer, office and half bath. Four additional bedroom spaces are on the second level with full bath, laundry and unique ‘stain glass’ blessed sitting area. Upper level has 2 unfinished rooms with ample storage. Covered front porch is just the place to enjoy a morning libation as the towns wakes up. A short stroll allows you to access to restaurants, brewery, theater, country store and shops that make Bethlehem a sought after destination. Two outbuildings make this a true ‘North Country’ find! The Antique Shop was built in 2000; complete with a full walk out basement and radiant-heated concrete floor. Original Barn on the property is in need of work; currently used for storage. Ample parking on site with room for expansion. Two entrance points – one off Main St and the other off Elm St. Bring your contractor and sweat equity to make your dreams come true


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