Good Wednesday morning! In honor of 4th of July, I’ll be posting some beautiful, historic American properties for the rest of the week. Today I want to feature this gorgeous, cozy old home in New Hampton, New Hampshire. The property is a little over one acre in size and it comes with this fantastic outbuilding, a former stable converted into a studio space that is currently being used as an antique store. Being an antiques dealer sounds like a dream job, and I would love waking up in this old house, still beautiful after two hundred years.
From the listing:
If you appreciate purity, history and charm, you will love this house. Roomy colonial with 5 fireplaces, beamed ceilings, wide board flooring, a hand painted mural, stenciling, a large sunroom/studio and attached garage with an upper level office. New roof summer 2018. More extras include a lovely screened room, and a huge multi-level 40×40 heated barn currently used as an antique shop. Large level landscaped lot with lovely gardens, a small pond and minutes to New Hampton Prep School and I-93. **List of multiple upgrades with dates included along with an interesting history of the William B Kelley Tavern c. 1790 all part of this special & unique property.