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c. 1750 Cape Cod
Gilmanton, New Hampshire 03237
The Home of Grace Metalious, Author of Peyton Place
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|Heated Sq. Ft.||6,354|
|Unheated Sq. Ft.||797|
|Rural with commercial mixed use|
- Commercial Use Permitted
- Furnishings Available
- 1st Floor Bath
- 1st Floor Bedroom
- 1st Floor Laundry Room
- Bonus Room
- Breakfast Room
- Dining room
- Entry Hall
- Commercial Kitchen
- Living room
- Music Room
- Unfinished Basement
- Utility Room
- Master bedroom upstairs
- 2 Car Garage
- Driveway - Dirt
- 2 Outbuildings
- Storage Building
- Detached Workshop
- Built-in Bookcases
- Ceiling Fans
- Fireplaces: Wood
- Wheelchair accessible
- Wood floors
- Shingle Roof: Metal
- Gas heating
- Oil Heating
- Septic Tank
- Water Heater - Electric
- Water Heater - Gas
- Hand-hewn Beams
- Wrap-Around Porch
- Active vineyard and winery
- Gentleman's farm
- Grape Vines
- Sauna and workout w/bathroom in barn
- Working restaurant
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Jodie Boutwell 603.369.1403 Direct
Angela Kelly 603.568.6130 Direct
Realtor, Lic# 071287
Direct: 603 369-1403
Office: 603 472-1010
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More About This HouseCharming 4-Bed Cape on 8.8 Acres w/ Vineyard, Winery, Restaurant & Wedding Venue
Step into a world where stories and dreams intertwine. This 4-bed Cape style home, once the haven of author Grace Metalious, invites you to a life steeped in nostalgia and beauty. With 8.8 acres of land, this property holds treasures that echo the past.
Beds: 4 | Baths: 2.5
Original hardwood floors whisper of footsteps that have tread here before. Exposed beams frame memories of gatherings and shared laughter. A vineyard, a symphony of nature's bounty, unfolds on the land, reminding us of the harvests that fed both body and soul.
Vineyard: From earth to vine, experience the timeless dance of cultivation. Grapes tell stories through their wines, connecting the past with the present in each luscious sip.
Winery: A labor of love, the winery stands as a testament to craftsmanship. Here, flavors are captured, bottled poetry waiting to be savored.
Restaurant: Within these walls, flavors mingle, and stories are shared over plates of food and glasses of wine. The restaurant echoes with the camaraderie of old friends and the hushed whispers of romantic evenings.
Wedding Venue: Love graces this land, where promises are made under the open sky. The echoes of "I do" linger among the vines, carrying the hopes of generations.
Legacy: Imagine the tales spun in quiet corners, the inspiration drawn from each sunrise. Grace Metalious found her muse here, and now you can too.
Outside, nature weaves its own tales—a pond for contemplative moments, trails leading to new discoveries. This property is more than a home; it's a sanctuary of memories waiting to be written.
Discover your place in its story. Contact us to journey into the embrace of history and make your own mark on this timeless canvas.
winery business being sold separately
Surrounding AreaWelcome to Gilmanton, NH - Lakeside Living Meets Serenity!
Discover your dream home in the heart of New Hampshire's Lakes Region! Our cozy lakeside cottages boast panoramic views of sparkling lakes and lush greenery. Nature enthusiasts will love hiking mountain trails and water activities, from kayaking to fishing. Indulge in local flavors at charming diners and uncover unique treasures in quaint shops. Witness magical sunsets, gather around campfires, and create cherished memories. Live your best life on the waterfront!
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Peyton PlacePeyton Place, the novel written by Grace Metalious, put a small New England town on the map. Nestled in New Hampshire, this town became infamous due to Metalious' revealing portrayal of its residents. The book, published in 1956, was controversial for its candid depiction of taboo subjects like adultery and abuse, breaking the norms of its time.
Grace Metalious, a housewife, drew inspiration from her own life in the small town of Gilmanton, New Hampshire. Despite facing criticism, her work became a bestseller and was adapted into a popular TV series and movies.
Interestingly, Metalious' own life was as dramatic as her novel. She struggled with alcoholism and faced societal rejection but left an enduring legacy with her groundbreaking work. Peyton Place remains a symbol of both scandal and literary achievement, cementing its place in American literary history.
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