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Original "Hale Homestead", consisting of 22 acres of farmland w/2 ponds, tennis court, grape vines, fruit trees, hardwoods & fields all on a wonderful quiet road with similar properties. Current owners have made many recent improvements including new metal roof, new furnace & oil tanks, exterior painted; other improvements in the past 10 yrs; rebuilt kitchen & laundry room, added mudroom, lined chimney & added woodstove, new baths, installed Solar hot water, new windows in kitchen & 2nd floor. The first floor has an adorable kitchen with a cozy sitting area and a woodstove, there is a soapstone sink, and it is fully applianced, there is a huge pantry with a laundry tons of storage a great old metal sink and another refrigerator, it's really a great work space. There is a mudroom in between the oversized garage and the pantry. The dining/living room is more of a greatroom with fireplace and glass double doors going out to the front gardens and patio area. This land is an amazing collection old gardens, fruit trees & berries, meandering paths will lead to treasures galore. Character & charm in every room, a true farm feel with many modernizations to make it comfy and efficient. Minutes to Route 93 and other major routes for easy commuting Subdivision potential.

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Listed by Ellen Mulligan of Coldwell Banker RB/Center Harbor
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