Main House: Circa 1790 Brick Colonial w/Twin Chimneys (Federal Style) Renovated, restored - high efficiency triple pane windows, wiring, plaster, insulation; heating systems; plumbing; all details available Numerous original features including wide pine floors, woodwork, trim, doors, granite Formal living room with gas fireplace; formal dining room; butlers pantry/kitchen area Main bedroom w/full (whirlpool) bath Two Guest rooms w/full bath Full Attic (finished) w/ electric heat Full alarm system Exquisite open kitchen w/breakfast bar; fireplace; eat-in dining area Full basement w/built-in sauna for six.
P&B Barn Addition: Original beams throughout; stunning Southern Yellow Pine floors; open living space with extraordinary windows and views almost like living outside!
Dedicated heating system (FHA); full central A/C
Oversized fireplace/propane Pellet stove
Ambiance, warmth exudes from every corner
Second level includes Main Bedroom w/private bath, whirlpool tub
Guest room w/private bath, whirlpool tub
Sitting Room w/view of fields/barns
Portable generator for house
The Cupola the conversation piece of the home! A full cupola w/views to Boston and all surrounding towns.
12 Stall Barn (12x12 matted) w/room for expansion
Attached 70 x 200 indoor arena w/treated sand footing
Exceptional high output lighting
Alarm system w/motion detectors
Heated bath w/laundry room (W/D)
Heated kitchenette/lounge area
Oversized tack room; private tack room
Loft hay storage along with ground level/barn interior hay/shaving storage
Dedicated Well for Barn
Septic for Barn
Heated quarantine/isolation stall
Automatic fly control/spray system
Wash stall w/hot/cold water
Extensive peripheral drains to ensure zero water enters the indoor arena, stalls during wet seasons, melt off.
Portable generator for barn.
Owners were very diligent in the land stewardship under the Monandnock Conservancy. Careful to ensure that any/all endeavors having to do with farming, agriculture, horses, boarding, lessons, shows, riding were all incorporated. Of the 54 acres, which comprise mature woodlands, trails, six acres are exempted within the greater peripheral of the house and barn footprint
Ongoing timber value (to owners) from the woodlands
No public access
Open, fenced fields surround the property; seeded with organic Timothy
Outside arena w/sand footing - 70 x 200
Extensive internal trails on property.
Best Route: Route 101 to Route 31 to Route 123 (South); Merriam Hill is also known as Route 123. Property is located on Route 123/Merriam Hill Road, on the left, about one mile from Route 31. Don't trust your GPS - follow the road signs!
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