TimberPeg Masterpiece - Privately set on its 50 acre highest point, this 12 room, 3 level residence has sweeping views from Grand Monadnock to Vermont's Mount Ascutney! Open concept stone fireplaced living room, dining room and granite countertopped kitchen with gleaming maple floors features radiant heating. First floor vaulted ceilinged master suite. Two car attached garage plus P&B barn with heat and 3 bays.
On a hilltop at the end of a town maintained paved road surrounded by broad open tillable field, this 1890 farm house with town water and sewer has a 1980 addition that features a 19 x 30 family room with fireplace and access to a greenhouse and a 19 x 24 master bedroom suite above, both of which enjoy spectacular views to Mt. Monadnock to the West and to the Wapack Range to the east. The master bedroom has balconies both to the East and to the West. Above the attached three car garage is a 21 x 34 game room,home office or great studio space. Each wing has its own 100 amp electrical service.Stand-by generator. Country living with town services.
Privately set behind The Well School with a peak at its pond, this architect designed, south facing Contemporary has been the beloved long time home of owners who have been vigilant in its care and maintenance. Its expansive space overlooks tiers of perennial gardens and established plantings. A voluminous , vaulted ceilinged Great Room includes a soapstone sinked kitchen, dining-living area with woodstove installed in the fireplace. Separate library or den. A huge addition in 1999 added more voluminous space now a studio with tile floor, balcony, woodstove, propane heat, and central AC with a finished workroom below. It could be a marvelous first floor master suite or office with separate entry. The entire second floor is now the master suite with bedroom, bath, dressing room, enormous walkin closet, and office /study/sewing room. The lower level has three south facing bedrooms and hall bath. System upgrades include oil fired hot water, standing seam solar panel ready roof, central AC for the upper levels, automatic generator, redone windows, lined chimney, enlarged septic, and invisible dog fence. Detached gardening shed 16 x 24 plus barn 30 x 40 with two double wide automatic garage doors, both with additional overhang storage.
NEW CONSTRUCTION! On a large lot, set well back from Route 101 accessed by a gravel drive over a stream, this brand new home offers direct access to a major road in close proximity to downtown. Super built for energy efficiency with blown in, dense pack insulation blanket all around. Architect shingled roof, tiled baths, true artesian well are some of the extra features. Open concept living room with propane fireplace, dining area and cabinetted kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel gas range and dishwasher has a slider to the paver patio and full Southern exposure. Flooring will be manufactured hardwood above radiant heating. First floor master bedroom , full bath and laundry complete the first floor. Upstairs are two enormous carpeted bedrooms, each with a full south facing dormer and private outlook. Full hall bath. One bedroom accesses framed and floored storage space (12' x 30'). Oversized two car garage (30' x 24') has radiant floor heating on its own zone and an insulated utility room. A paver walkway leads to the front door. Turnkey ready for early spring occupancy!.
This homestead property spans a quiet, dead end gravel road in an area of large properties. It is minutes to the picture perfect village with its white steepled church and town hall overlooking the common and convenient to Route 101 for easy commuting. Its fields have been cleared for over two hundred years. The first orchard in town was here. This property includes a large water lily pond that is lined with mountain laurel. Wonderful views are featured to the South and East --on a clear day all the way to Boston! One of the most authentic and least tampered with colonial era houses in the town, it has five fireplaces and a wealth of original features. Built in 1785, at an elevation of 1250 ft., it was occupied by one family for 146 years, a member of which was the first president of Wellesley College. It is on the market for the first time since 1960 from the fourth family to own this treasured property. Antique barn (36 x 50) has had recent work to its underpinnings. Separate inlaw suite in the house plus a charming 2 BR guest house. A Currier and Ives Scene --ready for a 21st century rejuvenation.
PRICE DROP to $100,000 below town assessment as an allowance for buyer updates. Make this unique property your own! Set on a private hilltop, with a long southerly view across Lake Monomonac, this special Tudor property has a floor plan to suit many lifestyles. Tile entry opens left to vaulted ceilinged, fireplaced LR., Eat-in kitchen with butcher block island accesses the paver patio in the large fenced backyard for young children and pets. Dining room with parquet floor has Victorian light fixtures and deck/stair access to the backyard. Down six steps is the inlaw suite with woodstove hearth, kitchenette, half bath, sauna with shower. Down six steps more is the huge FR with pellet stove and utility room with recent furnace. Up six steps from the main floor are two family BRs, one with balcony, and hall bath. Up another half story is the loft sitting rm, MBR with private bath, walk-in closet, study, and office or exercise room. Full baths have steam showers. Automatic generator. A short drive away is the shared association sandy lake beach with shared docks, playground, picnic tables & shelter.
Listed by Heather Peterson and Sadie Halliday of The Petersons, Inc.
Desirable, hard-to-find neighborhood location is an easy walk to downtown and its shopping, dining and events. Hardwood flooring on the first and second levels. Front to back living room with fireplace , front to back family room with fireplace below and front to back master bedroom above. Two car garage with new carriage doors has access to 22' x 13' deck with stairway to the back yard. Eat in Kitchen as well as a dining room. The first floor den has been used as a bedroom. Walkout lower level was in the process of being converted to a rental apartment with direct outside access. Needs flooring and woodwork trim to be completed. There is a cabineted kitchen with refrigerator and stove with an opening to a room with a built in bar, shower bath, and the front to back family room. Great recreation space if an apartment is not wanted. Lots of storage above the garage and dining room. Property is offered in "as is" condition.
This land tract rises to a high knoll, offering views to the East and South of distant hill , a sunset view to Whitcomb Peak across the pond and a Northerly view to Pack Monadnock. Cleared of old pine trees, it is ready for construction of a wonderful home. It has long frontage on a wildlife pond, its shores bordered by mature stands of mountain laurel. Its quiet, location on a deadend road, also offers easy access to Route 101 for commuting to jobs and for shopping. Its back boundary is the town owned tract that includes the white quartz outcropping, known as Kendall Ledge. A coveted, amenity rich property, in a desirable Colonial village town.
This 12 acre parcel has 1151 feet of frontage on the South Branch of the Piscataquog River . There is a special building spot on a high bluff overlooking the river. Wonderful country neighborhood with networks of gravel roads for walking, biking, and horseback riding. Great location for commuting to points easterly. Property is in current use taxation and is to be so conveyed.
On a quiet, dead end gravel, town road, in a neighborhood of large lots with substantial, traditionally styled homes, this lot offers views to the Southeast -- all the way to Boston on a clear day. Nice level building site was formerly an apple orchard. Its stonewall bound border abuts open field that is deed restricted from building. Convenient both to the quintessential village of Temple and Route 101 for commuting to points Easterly. Buyer to pay current use penalty.
On a quiet, dead end road, across from a wetland pond whose shores are lined with mature mountain laurel bushes, this lot has a due South orientation with a view to neighboring hills. Its perfect exposure for solar installation, gardens and the creation of a sunfilled residence! The outlet from the pond is a seasonal stream along the Western edge of the lot. Historic neighborhood with lovely old homesteads and barns, convenient to Route 101 for commuting. Buyer to pay current use penalty.
In an area of large acreage holdings and historic properties and footsteps from the Wapack National Wildlife Refuge, which includes the summit of North Pack Monadnock and the interstate Wapack Trail, this corner tract offers a rare opportunity to built in the desirable Peterborough Highlands. The level lot with one stonewall bound abuts on three sides a large amount of land in conservation easement. The trees were thinned less than ten years ago to let in light and sunshine. A very special spot for a dream home!
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