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Listed by Edward Holbert of Coldwell Banker Old Mill Properties/B

"Still time to enjoy Newfound Lake this summer!" Lake access to private town beach on pristine Newfound Lake. This C.1791 Historic property located in the Newfound Lake District of Hebron, NH has been completely renovated with many features of the early 1800's in place. Known as the Daniel Pike House in the Hebron Historical Society List of Homes, this property operated as Pikes and Mc'Clure Tavern in the early 1800's and was a stage coach stop for many/ The 5400 square feet of living space has 6 bedrooms, 7 baths, attached barns and a 1500 square feet detached barn, sitting on 2.75 acres offers more than enough space for you and your guest/family to relax, entertain and take in the beautiful surroundings of lake life. Major improvements include a spectacular kitchen with appliances, master bedroom en-suite, septic system, plumbing, heating(furnace), electric and more. All updates you to 21st century living. Ideal location to enjoy boating, skiing, snowmobiling, biking, hiking, fishing and more. A must see if you are looking for a vacation home, primary, business or investment (operate as a B&B). Agent interest.

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