5 Fantastic Old Houses For Sale in New Hampshire
220 Myrtle Street, Manchester, NH
Quaint towns and expanses of wilderness make New Hampshire the perfect place to settle down into your own private little piece of history. Charming capes indicative of New England, pleasingly symmetrical colonial facades dotting large, roaming acreages and more are all on offer in this state of rich landscapes and early American history.
1. 567 First Crown Point Rd, Strafford, NH – $329,000
4 beds/2 baths
2,418 sqft, 22.3 acres
Donney Brook Farm is a 22+ acre property of open field and woods on which sits a c.1780 colonial with beautiful wide plank flooring. It has been in the same family since the 1800s.
2. 11 Hensmith Rd, Salisbury, NH – $319,000
4 beds/2 baths
2,944 sqft, 1.69 acres
Built in 1808 by Sea Captain Joseph Rutherford, this stately 4 bedroom colonial is located in the quaint and tiny village of Salisbury Heights. The details are fabulous: 4 wood burning fireplaces, pine wide plank flooring, and a narrow Ship’s Captain staircase in the front hall.
3. 1482 Main St, Springfield, NH – $695,000
4 beds/4 baths
3,547 sqft, 137.3 acres
A perfectly maintained cape c.1770 with post and beam construction and hand hued beamed ceilings. Placed on a stunning 137 acres, this lovely home offers quiet farm living with fields, pond and stream.
4. 220 Myrtle Street, Manchester, NH – $799,000
5 beds/5 baths
4,945 sqft, 0.25 acres
The Varney-Hubbard house is an elaborate Italianate with grand proportions. This gem is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been the home of music and gardens for 100 years.
5. 78 Tighe Farm Rd, Wilton, NH – $999,000
3 beds/4 baths
4,368 sqft, 118.03 acres
Cricket Hill Farm is set on as sprawling 118 private acres, yet is just a short drive from shopping and dining. The c. 1775 main house has been lovingly preserved and fireplaces, built-ins, and more capture the early American charm. A large barn and pool complete the property.
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AUTHOR ALIX ADAMS
Alix is CIRCA’s Properties Manager. She relishes working directly with homeowners and real estate agents to track down new stewards for homes with secrets to keep and stories to tell! On a lifetime mission to visit every great flea market in the world, she’s probably going to need a bigger old house soon.