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This 1810 Brick Georgian Colonial has been impeccably restored in a manner that honors the history of the home while incorporating modern amenities. The Red Brick House was originally built in 1810 by Samuel Pierce and then expanded in 1912 by renowned Economist J. Laurence Laughlin, a founder of the Federal Reserve. His “library” built at that time has served as a Guest Cottage, Caretaker's Home and income producing property. The main property also includes a four car garage with shop and equipment storage below, a shoreline boathouse, a clay tennis court, a high open field with magnificent views of Mt. Monadnock and The Wapack Range, and a Main House long view over the "lower field" to Frost Pond, Dublin, Hancock and beyond. Nearly 190 acres, extensive water frontage on 100+ acre Frost Pond, and hundreds of acres of abutting conservation land protect the privacy of the property. Explore miles of trails on foot, horseback or 4x4 without ever leaving the boundaries of home. Paddle to Blueberry Island for a late summer harvest. 10 minutes to hiking trails on Mt. Monadnock and restaurants in Peterborough or Jaffrey. 50 minutes to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and 90 minutes to Logan International Airport.

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Listed by Andrew Peterson of The Petersons, Inc.
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