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Listed by Phil Tatro of Keller Williams Realty-Metropolitan
A beautiful antique gunstock post and beam colonial with views of the Uncanoonuc Mountains. Situated on 5.84 acres in a private estate setting located just 2 miles from the quaint Goffstown Village. The home is surrounded by a paved circular driveway with a detached 3 car garage. The home exudes the charm of yesteryear with all the modern conveniences of today. 4 bedrooms and 3 recently updated baths. The large eat-in kitchen was renovated in 2014 by Vintage Kitchens. Two enclosed porches with radiant floor heat. 3rd floor bonus room and office space. The grounds include a playhouse/swing set, large utility shed, automatic standby generator, and beautiful landscaping with irrigation. There are established fruit trees, grapes, rhubarb and blackberries. The one of a kind home was originally erected in Weare NH in the 1780's and its frame was moved to its current location in the early 1900's (Historic Photo in Pics). This unique property is steeped in rich history and has been home to just a few lucky families over the last century. Selling Agent has financial interest in property.

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