Wide plank hardwood floors. Two acres in New Hampshire. $350,000


I love the wide plank hardwood floors inside this home. The house was built in 1900. It is located on two acres in Haverhill, New Hampshire. The home features a wrap around front porch, hardwood floors, built-ins, pressed tin ceiling, chair rails, picture rails and stained glass. The home has an attached barn. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms and 2,776 square feet. $395,000 New price: $350,000

Contact Vickie Wyman with The Atlantic Real Estate Network: 603-616-9590

From the Zillow listing:


Showings Begin Saturday, August 19th by appointment from 10am-3pm at this historic gem from the 1900s that rests peacefully on a spacious 2-acre lot with meticulously manicured lawns, providing a serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Boasting ample space for family and guests, this home offers 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, providing the perfect blend of comfort and convenience. As you step inside, you’ll be greeted by the nostalgia of yesteryear with the authentic original tin ceilings and stunning woodwork throughout the house. The enchanting charm of this farmhouse is further complemented by unique built-ins, adding character and functionality to each room. Explore the harmonious blend of hardwood and softwood floors, exuding warmth and inviting you to make each space your own. For those with a creative spirit or a passion for hobbies, the attached barn awaits your vision. Currently used as a bike shop, this versatile space opens up a world of possibilities for you to transform it into your own workshop, art studio, or simply a place for leisurely pursuits. In addition to the attached barn, a detached barn offers garage space, perfect for housing vehicles or storing your outdoor gear and equipment. Above, find even more storage space, making it an ideal location for seasonal items or personal projects. Imagine spending your days strolling through the picturesque village, taking in the fresh air and captivating views of the surrounding landscape.

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