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Listed by Lisa Brochu of BHHS Verani Londonderry

Listing Sold by Keller Williams Gateway Realty
Looking for a High Visibility Location for your home business? Built by Charles Sumner Hall in 1890, this Iconic Epsom property is ready for its next owner. Located on Route 4 with its own traffic light for easy in and out. Ideally suited for a residence with an In-Home Business, or use the entire building for business. Most recently operated as a Residence and Airbnb with a Boutique Shop in the heated barn space. This classic Victorian Painted Lady has been updated with 4 bedrooms and 5 ½ baths. Each bedroom has its own unique en-suite. Well-appointed kitchen with oversized island. From the stunning staircase, to the detailed finishes in the dining and living spaces, this house has it all. Attached barn could be updated to include stalls for a couple horses in addition to the existing commercial space. Sprinkler system being finished if B&B is your thing! Perennials abound throughout the property Spring through Fall. Location has Plenty of parking. In 1908 it was featured as a post card for the town of Epsom! Priced to sell quickly as owners relocating due to work. EMAIL AGENT FOR A FULL LIST OF IMPROVEMENTS MADE SINCE 2010

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