Francestown, New Hampshire (NH) real estate auction
- 339 Dennison Pond Road, Francestown, NH is a magnificent, custom built home sited on over 96 pristine acres. Perched alone high up on a hill, this home offers unobstructed 180 degree panoramic views of the Monadnock Region.
Built in 2004 for the current owners, this 8,275 sq.ft. residence features 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
Upon entering this home, you are greeted with a dramatic cathedral ceilinged living room anchored by a floor to ceiling granite fireplace. A floor to ceiling, wall to wall southern exposure windows offer panoramic views at every turn.
You'll enjoy cooking and entertaining in this gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, pantries, exposed beams, expansive granite countertops and high end stainless steel appliances.
A convenient first floor master suite features soaring cathedral ceilings and a warm cozy fireplace - the perfect compliment to our beautiful New England winters.
The beautifully appointed library with custom wood paneling and book loft accessed by a spiral staircase.
The walkout, lower level of the home is the ideal entertaining space or a retreat for the children and the spacious unfinished portion of the basement allows for ample storage and space for workshop.
This is the perfect executive retreat or home for a family looking for privacy, land or horse farm.
Additional features of this home include:
o Individual room climate control
o Intercom and security system
o Lift-Master elevator to all three floors
o Anderson automatic rain windows
o Radiant floor heat
o Central air conditioning
o 2-Car attached garage
o 2-Bay garage/barn with unfinished loft space
o Lawn and garden irrigation
Francestown is located within the Monadnock Region of southwestern New Hampshire, a region known best for Mount Monadnock, which is the second most hiked mountain in the world, and also visible from the living room of the home. This beautiful and scenic area of the State is filled with classic New England towns, complete with historic Colonial buildings, covered bridges, maple sugar houses, lakes, ski areas, hiking trails and more.
This property is being sold at auction on Saturday, May 16th at 11:00 a.m. with a suggested opening bid of $700,000. Do not miss out on this spectacular opportunity!
Haunted: New Hampshire Ghost Stories
New Hampshire is well known for its majestic mountains, lakes and beaches, bustling cities and charming villages. But did you know we have quite a tale to tell of haunted stories? With a history that dates back four hundred years, it's no wonder the Granite State is considered one of the most haunted states in the country. Hear more in our latest video series: Haunted New Hampshire.
The Maple Leaf Motel - Littleton, White Mountains, New Hampshire
The Maple Leaf Motel offers a value-packed lodging experience and a clean, comfortable, and friendly atmosphere for our guests. We hope that you'll stay with us any time you are in New Hampshire's wonderful White Mountains. Our guest rooms are complete with either a refrigerator or the option of a full kitchen or kitchenette. We are open 11 months of the year and are close to skiing, hiking, fishing, canoeing, climbing, snowmobiling, and dozens of natural and man made attractions.
Kimball's Castle, Gilford NH ~ Abandoned & Almost Gone!
Vintage scenes of Kimball's Castle located in Gilford, New Hampshire.
New Boston New Hampshire (NH) Real Estate Tour
-- Tour New Boston, NH neighborhoods, condominium developments, subdivisions, schools, landmarks, recreational areas, and town offices.
New Boston, New Hampshire is a small town located in Hillsborough County, southern NH. Neighboring towns include Weare, Goffstown, Bedford, Amherst, Mont Vernon, Lyndeborough, and Francestown. The town is conveniently situated near state highways, with easy access to business and retail centers, state parks, historic sites and the many local ski areas.
A rustic country town in the foothills of the Monadnock Range, New Boston was settled in 1736 and first incorporated in 1761. The town seal is a cannon from the Revolutionary War, named The Molly Stark. The cannon was given by Gen. John Stark to the town for its contribution to the Revolutionary War effort. Town functions are staffed by full-time staff and many resident volunteers. Strong community spirit is what makes this town a great place to live. For other town tours visit . For towns in NH visit . For NH relocation information go to .
A Visit to Chatham
Labor Day weekend 2013 visit to Chatham NH. Six inches of rain fell Sunday night and created a dramatic rise in ther water levesl of the Charles Brook and the Cold River.
HOME FOR SALE: 136 INDIAN SPRINGS RD
136 Indian Spring Rd sits on 35 acres of high country trees rocks and canyons in exclusive Rockaway Ranch, a private gated subdivision adjacent to the Medicine Bow National Forest.
This cozy Wyoming getaway has 3 BR and 2 BA, an eat in kitchen and dining area with knotty pine floors, wood stove, and vaulted ceilings. There are plenty of windows for natural lighting and big game viewing where you can watch elk, mule deer and a host of other critters roam the area.
Step out to the spacious deck on the way to the detached garage that has its own 750 sq ft guest quarters with a private entrance. Inside you will find 1 bath, comfortable living and sleeping areas and even a climbing wall! Interior stairs lead to the 3 car garage that also has room for storage and work space, along with a convenient meat locker area for hunting season!
Curt Gowdy State Park, Veedauwoo and Tie City recreation areas are all just minutes away and offer convienient access to first class rock climbing, mountain biking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, fishing and endless other outdoor activities!
This Wyoming Adventure property is just 10 minutes to Laramie and the University of Wyoming, 30 minutes to Cheyenne and the Wyoming State Capitol, and an easy hour to the Colorado front range.
Farmington New Hampshire (NH) Real Estate Tour
-- Tour Farmington, NH neighborhoods, condominium developments, subdivisions, schools, landmarks, recreational areas, and town offices.
Farmington, New Hampshire is located in the southeast corner of the scenic Lakes Region near the Maine border. Comprised of the lush forests, rugged hills, and cozy rural hamlets surrounding Lake Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam Lake and Squam Lake, New Hampshire's Lakes Region offers boundless opportunity for outdoor recreation, sightseeing, relaxation and leisure.
The Abenaki Indians once used the Cochecho River for transportation, and had a camping ground on Meetinghouse Hill, where they built birch bark canoes. Otherwise, the valley was wilderness, through which Indians from the north traveled after crossing Lake Winnipesaukee on their way to raid settlements in and around Dover. To stop the raids, in 1721 the Colonial Assembly in Portsmouth approved construction of a fort at the foot of the lake, with a soldiers' road built from Dover to supply it. In 1722, Bay Road -- old Route 11 -- was surveyed and completed. Along its course the town of Farmington would grow.
The settlement began as the Northwest Parish of Rochester, which was chartered in 1722. The last Indian attack in the general region occurred in 1748, but by 1749, Native Americans had disappeared from warfare and disease. Farmers cultivated the rocky soil, and gristmills used streams for water power to grind their grain. Sawmills cut the abundant timber, and the first frame house at the village was built in 1782. In 1790, Jonas March from Portsmouth established a store, behind which he instructed teamsters to unload on his dock the lumber he traded. The area became known as March's Dock, Farmington Dock, and finally just The Dock.
Inhabitants of the Northwest Parish were taxed to support both the meetinghouse and minister about 12 miles away on Rochester Hill, but the distance made attendance difficult. A movement began in the 1770s to establish a separate township, and in 1783 a petition for charter was submitted to the state legislature. It was denied, but another petition in 1798 was granted. Containing about 1,000 inhabitants, Farmington was incorporated. In 1800, a 40 by 50 foot, 2 story meetinghouse was erected on Meetinghouse Hill. The same year, John Wingate established a blacksmithy. He would also become proprietor of Wingate's Tavern.
Shoe Factory c. 1910In the 19th century, the community developed a prime shoe-making industry, and was one of the first places to use automated machines instead of handwork. In 1836, shoe-manufacturing began at a shop on Spring Street built by E.H. Badger, although it was soon abandoned to creditors. Martin Luther Hayes took over the business, and by 1840 was successful enough to enlarge the handsome Greek Revival building. The town would be connected by railroad to Dover in 1849, the line extended to Alton Bay in 1851. Shoes were shipped to Boston to be sold at semi-annual auctions for 50 cents a pair.
Following the Civil War, the shoe business boomed and numerous factories were built. Despite a fire in 1875 which destroyed much of the center of town, Farmington was known as The Shoe Capital of New Hampshire. Other factories produced knives, knit underwear, wooden boxes, wooden handles and carriages. Brushes were manufactured by the F.W. Browne Co., from which Booker T. Washington ordered 12 street brooms in 1915 for use at the Tuskegee Institute. The town had 5 blacksmith shops. But the Depression of 1893 closed all but 2 large shoe factories. The industry faded in the 20th century, when most of the town's factories were demolished. One shoe factory would find new use as an antique shop. Another antique store opened in the brush factory, itself the historic Badger-Hayes Shoe Shop. Today, the major industry in Farmington is Collins & Aikman, located on Route 11. For other town tours visit . For towns in NH visit . For NH relocation information go to .
Home for Sale in Newton New Hampshire (Real Estate Video in 4k)
Here is your chance to get into Newton for under 300k! This three bed, one bath ranch was built in the 80s and is situated on 1.58 acres near the end of a cul-de-sac. Updates to home over the past six years include a new roof, new windows, new siding, new doors, new flooring, new hot water heater and more. Home is a few miles from the Newton town beach. Live in quaint Newton and be just 6.5 miles to the 495 in MA, and a short drive to New Hampshire's Seacoast region.
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