Wonderful, historic Colonial with 10 rooms, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths in a prime Residential zone for your Home Occupation, a licensed Child Day Care Facility, ADU and even some municipal uses for civic, governmental or educational use. From 1785 to 1843 Samuel Hatch lived in the home with his family and ran the Hatch Tavern here. As you walk through the kitchen, keeping room and pantry w/secret back stairway to the second floor, it's easy to imagine neighbors stopping by for a chat and glass of rum. Samuel Hatch is credited with laying out Willowbrook Avenue, (the road that runs along the west side of this property), in order to make a shorter route to Exeter at the time in 1797. Before the Hatch family made this their homestead, the Barker family owned the property in the mid 1700's and it was known as the "Old Barker mansion" and sat on 100 acres. The house has undergone improvements with each new ownership. Handsome, handcrafted windows (9 panes over 9 panes) were added in the 1990's. The present owners made renovations for modern family living rebuilding the two story ell with 3/4 bath, adding a Trex deck, fencing in the .34a yard, and updating the electrical, heating and roof systems in the mid 2000's. In addition there are 5 fireplaces (condition unknown), a walk-up attic, storage shed, garden shed and driveway parking for 4 cars. Close to Great Bay and excellent schools.
Sara Treacy, RE/MAX Shoreline.
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