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So much history with this well-known home and property. In the past, per the owner, this land has been used for dairy farming, raising beef cattle, fields were hayed, a 30 acre portion of maple trees were tapped for production, some acreage contained orchards, an additional area has provided sand and gravel for road building, and one of the barns was used for horses. With all of these previous uses, a new owner has a myriad of options and opportunities. There is a Pergola-style covered back deck. The house offers a lovely living room w/brick fireplace and Rumford stove, formal dining room w/French doors, kitchen w/large pantry, separate office w/ French doors and the master bedroom suite on the first floor. Four bedrooms and bath on the second floor. Lovely woodwork throughout the house; wide board floors. Property includes a small pond beside the house; a beaver pond, perennial gardens, stream w/waterfall, farm buildings including barn w/a workshop. If you have been thinking of moving to a country setting with a dream of creating a working farm, including agricultural and gardens, this property may be the ideal place to create that dream. Skiing is approximately 30 mins away. [Yellow barn w/2 acres is not included with this 83 acre parcel].

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Listed by Amy Messina of Town and Country Realty
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