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Classic farmhouse on 103 ACRES. You won't want to miss this fine offering. Lovingly maintained inside and out and it shows when you step inside the sunlit kitchen recently renovated-complete with center island, granite countertops and SS appliances. Plenty of room for family gatherings around the table in the dining area with built-in cabinets. Tastefully decorated throughout. Farmers porch overlooking thoughtful landscaping, an enclosed porch has new windows and just invites you to sit and ponder away. Fenced pasture offering appx 6 acres in field for grazing animals plus plenty of garden space. 4 BR state approved septic. The acreage is in two lots of record with Rte 16 road frontage offering an ideal location for home/business. Wakefield is considered a low tax area and has alot to offer residents with a town beach nearby and easy access to surrounding area lakes all within a short drive. Nearby Wolfeboro has fine dining and other tourist attractions are scattered around popular Lake Winnipesaukee. The White Mts are less than 1 hour North and Boston appx 90 miles South. Portland Jetport is also accessible within 50 miles. With a blend of warmth and elegance and many updates this is a home you can be proud of. Available to be seen by appointment.

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Listed by Carolyn Cossette of Assets Realty Group
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