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SIGNIFICANT PRICE REDUCTION - MOTIVATED SELLER! - Historic 19th century "Moses Fisher Homestead" 2-story Colonial retains much of its period detail and style - wide pine flooring throughout, original built-ins, 4 brick fireplaces, and hand-hewn beams. Recently featured in Monadnock Living magazine this home is light, airy and expansive, boasting recent updates including plumbing and electric, insulation, baths, drilled well, Buderus boiler, standby generator. Fireplaced living/family room w/Vermont Casting woodstove insert. Fireplaced library. Custom kitchen features reproduction cabinetry and adjacent dining nook. Formal chandeliered, fireplaced DR w/built-ins. Beautiful 3-season sun porch opens out to brick patio and gardens. 3-4 bedrooms. Whirlpool tub. Enormous attached 28 x 26 2-car garage w/attached heated 28 x 14 space for workshop or home business-separate entry. 6.1 acres includes stonewall bound fields, wooded areas-30,000 to 40,000 FT. STANDING PINE, and a frog pond. Located in bucolic Francestown with miles of hiking trails through conservation land & quiet country roads, pristine Pleasant Pond for swimming and boating, Crotched Mtn Golf Resort. Centrally located for easy commute to Peterborough, Manchester, Nashua and Boston.

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Listed by Judi Miller of Country Brokers Real Estate
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