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For Sale By Owner

c. 1778 Antique Cape

Richmond, New Hampshire

Porcupine Hill Farm

640000 (all 3 lots)
Bedrooms: 2
Full Bath(s): 2
Half Bath(s): 0

Unheated Sq. Ft.: 0
Stories: 1

Acres: 29.000


Property Taxes:
7965

Tax Value:
450000

Listing #: 10633
To be sold at auction on Saturday, November 2, 2013. For information packet call 603-239-4813. (Brokers protected at 3%)

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Contact Information

Showings by appointment only
Donald Mueller
Phone: 603-239-4813

Web Site:
Porcupine Hill Farm Website

Email: don@muellerusa.org

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Porcupine Hill Farm

"PORCUPINE HILL FARM" on 24 +/- acres, on a very quiet country road overlooking a pond, surrounded by magnificent New England stone walls, this beautifully restored 1778, center chimney cape with all the modern upgrades. Wide pine floors, some as wide as 24", pumpkin pine wood walls, large open beams and walk in fireplaces. This was the home of David Bolles and John Bolles, two brothers who fought and died in the Revolutionary War, and is listed on the Cheshire Historic Register and Sites of Historic Interest.

This property was owned by only five families for over 228 years, with another famous owner being Alexander James, a renowned artist whose paintings of this area presently hang in the Boston Museum of Art.

The home offers beautiful spring, summer and fall perennial plantings with magnificent Oak, Red Oak, Sugar Maple and White Birch trees to add to the beauty of fall.

The home offers modern kitchen, pantry with stove, sink, counters and closet space, sun room, (4) four bedrooms, two complete baths, (4) four fireplaces, (2) two dining rooms, keeping room, living room and library with oil fired hot water heat.

Located in the beautiful Monadnock Region,
twenty minutes from charming Keene, New Hampshire.

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