Historic House Listings

On nine acres in New Hampshire. Like a blank slate inside! $269,000

February 23, 2024

Someone did a number on this house, but it is like a blank slate. The house was built in 1797. It is located on nine acres in Marlborough, New Hampshire. This is a good example of what NOT to do in an historic house. I don’t even see baseboards! There is no telling the condition of the house when they started though. It is like a blank slate and there are some outbuildings. Three bedrooms and 2,262 square feet. $269,000

Contact Robert Inman with RE/MAX Town and Country: 603-357-4100

From the Zillow listing:


Investors and handy people take notice! The rehab of this 2260 sq ft Colonial on a sprawling 9 acres at the foot of Mt Monadnock has begun and much has been completed. this floor plan now supports 3 bathrooms and an en-suite w/walk in closet. A large eat-in kitchen, 28 ft family room, living room and dining room. With some love the 30×60 Red Iron Steel I beem building could make a great 5 bay commercial or hobby garage. The seasonal view of mt Monadnock can be greatly improved by removing over-growth from the property. All of this on 9 beautiful open acres suitable for animals (horses, cows, sheep etc) with stone walls, fruit trees and wild grapes. Located just 10 minutes for the Keene boarder. Still a lot of work to be done but will be worth the effort! Will not qualify for conventional financing.



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