Known as Maple Ridge Farm, this period home sits grandly upon a knoll with long views to Black Snout and Red Hill, part of 7 acres of land that make up this first tract. The second parcel across the road is 6 acres with a 1/2 acre year round pond! With 3,500 SF of living space and an antique post and beam barn it's just 2 hours or so from Boston. This idyllic country setting has 13 rambling acres in all, a spring fed pond with its buzzing habitat, maple trees for sugaring, terraced garden spots to re-create, and ancient stone walls! Here's a historic colonial home that has many authentic and period features!AND a brand new furnace! A large living room has wide pine floors & original paneling, two working fireplaces, a dining room, kitchen, lots of bedrooms, an office, walk-up attic, etc. There's a peaceful screen porch out back! Enjoy southern exposure's sun filled days and distant views of the the Ossipee Mountain range. Not much traffic here! There are miles of quiet roads to explore. Sandwich is a quaint New England quintessential town where residents enjoy Squam Lake, known from the movie "On Golden Pond". At Maple Ridge Farm, there's a rich history dating all the way back to 1794 when this home was built for one of the Quimby's, a prominent family in early Sandwich! The current owners have been part of its history for over 45 years. It's time for a new chapter to begin for this beautiful property! Will your story begin here? Take a look today and fall in love!
Mary-ann Schmidt, KW Lakes and Mountains Realty/Meredith.
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Listing information last updated on November 15th, 2019 at 12:22am EST.