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Listed by Heather Peterson of Four Seasons Sotheby's International Realty
On the market for the first time since 1953, this handsome, brickend 1827 Colonial is at the edge of the desirable and attractive village of Francestown, yet offers complete privacy in its high, well screened setting. Walk to the village store or Friday's farmer's market. Attend concerts and story telling at the meeting house and the library. Minutes from swimming at Pleasant Pond or skiing at Crotched Mountain. The center hall layout allows for four gracious corner rooms on each level, seven with fireplaces. The family room in the ell also has a fireplace and is open to the laundry area and dog grooming tub. The house has a wealth of historic features including detailed fireplace mantels, original doors and hardware, pine floors, exposed beams, crown moldings, and builtins. The decoration includes two hand painted murals and hand stencilled flooring. The attached barn can house two cars in tandem and has an annex with six dog kenels with heat and running water, accessing a fenced outdoor excercise area. Lovely yard and established plantings. Swimming pool is in need of repairs. Well maintained and well loved, the property is ready for a new family to make long lasting memories here.

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