This "Scott Jenkins" frame home with stress skin insulation was custom built by the owner in 1986. The impressive hand crafted wood work interior is one of a kind and a must see. An addition was put on to the original house 3 years ago consisting of a two car garage and unfinished space above along with a foyer and additional rooms. The original house's roof is 8 years old and the addition as stated is 3 years old. The home has local hard wood cathedral and vaulted ceilings. The fireplace which houses the gas stove was crafted by a local craftsman. The floors are all birch hardwood and this charming unique home enjoys its privacy. It is the last home situated on a dead end road in Francestown on the side of Crotched Mountain. Walk out to a patio then to the large deck and enjoy your views of the mountains surrounding this property. On a clear day Mt. Washington is visible in the distance. This home has never been offered for sale until now. The retired owner lives alone and desires to relocate to a smaller more manageable home. Four bedrooms 2 on the first floor and 2 on the second level which is an open concept second floor with exposed posts and beams. There is a garage around back of the original house which is utilized as a workshop. There is a storage shed on site and a gazebo which overlooks the mountain views.
Ben Nardi, Bold Advantage Group.
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Listing information last updated on April 9th, 2020 at 3:07pm EDT.