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Listed by Patricia Meehan of Maxfield Real Estate/Wolfeboro

There are some that have a love of history and old homes, the New England town of Gilmanton is full of history and if walls could talk imagine what this home would say. The Setting is along the Suncook River with the most spectacular lawn and gardens, Including apple, peach and cherry trees, blueberries, the sweetest concord grapes and raised bed gardens provide fresh vegetables all summer long and an opportunity for canning. Inside, sellers have preserved areas where original stenciling on walls were left and did a great job replicating it throughout. The kitchen is complete with cherry cabinets and granite counters. First floor has electric radiant ceiling heat and a solar panel heats the hot water for the main house. Over the garage the loft area with kitchenette and ¾ bath makes for a great home office space or potential rental. So, If you're one who has a love of older homes and the thought of walking out to your own private paradise at the edge of the Suncook River, watching the leaves change in the fall and snow in the winter months this home may be just one for you, so schedule a time come tour this beautiful 1830 antique home now.

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