Historic Farmington landmark, available for just the third time in 100 years, is one of the region's finest examples of the American Craftsman architectural movement inspired by Gustav Stickley in the early 20th century. This well-constructed home retains most of its original features, including superlative red oak millwork and built-ins, period lighting fixtures, and beautiful hardwood flooring. Highlights include a spacious living room with huge picture windows on three sides, a fireplace with wood stove insert, and built-in window seats. Formal dining room with an exquisite built-in china cabinet. Library with more amazing built-in cabinets.Breakfast nook with lovely hand-painted mural. Sunny enclosed porch plus an enclosed 2nd floor balcony overlooking Edgerly Park. Closets everywhere, including some with built-in cabinets. An elegant oak staircase leads to 4 roomy bedrooms on the 2nd floor, including a master suite with full bath. There is also an 1860 Cape Cod style house on the property with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath that could be used as a rental, guest house, or as part of a family compound. Beautifully landscaped grounds with a variety of mature trees and flowering shrubs. Entrepreneurs should consider the potential for a bed & breakfast, country inn or Airbnb business. Central location close to the lakes, beaches and mountains. 15 minutes to Lake Winnipesaukee, 35 minutes to Portsmouth, 85 minutes to Boston.
Bob Watson, BHG Masiello Dover.
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Listing information last updated on October 27th, 2020 at 8:51am EDT.