Historic Colonial Farm House, Museum Quality, Equestrian Facilty
The unique and historic Captain William Stinson Home, circa 1775, offers museum quality historical detail along with all the comforts of a modern home in a quiet and beautiful country setting on a 7.4 acre lot with large trout pond. Just 20 minutes from either Concord or Manchester, and only 30 minutes from the Manchester/Boston regional airport, the home is convenient to shopping services and easy business travel.
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Manchester is the State's largest city with: shopping, theaters, medical facilities and hospitals.
With restorations done by Strawberry Bank craftsman, the home boasts museum quality details throughout including: five original working fireplaces--one with a walk-in hearth/beehive oven; original wide pine floors; original doors with antique hardware; indian shutters and wood paneling throughout the house. Both the remodeled kitchen and the cozy den-- with Vermont Castings wood stove-- look out onto gardens, two paddocks and large pond, ready for trout fishing, canoeing, and ice skating. Attached to the home is a large two-car garage and barn equipped with two horse stalls-pluse a full barn, fenced pasture, separate hay storage. A separate out-building has a heated workshop and storage area.The home could easily be used as a B&B, Equestrian facility, Antique Shop, Wedding Business, and already has an inviting home office. The elegant and historic Stinson home is a dream come true for anyone with an appreciation for history, architecture, craftsmanship, and nature.
Archived in January, 2020
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