ONE-OF-A-KIND LANDMARK property: ELM FARM offers 48.68 acres of prime fertile land, the stately Georgian Style Historic Homestead, plus an income cottage, and the most photographed BARN, located at the GATEWAY to the scenic nature bountiful Francestown. Abounding in history and pride of ownership and a magnitude of remarkable stories and one family ownership for 3 generations, this 1767 SAMUEL NUTT-JOSEPH KINGSBURY Farm was recorded in the State Registry of Historic Places in 2010. The PASTORAL setting offers space to grow and to HARVEST your FUTURE....for generations if you wish! MULTIPLE home site opportunities while preserving the income producing AGRICULTURAL FIELDS or EQUESTRIAN...consider a farm stand. The Main HOME is 2,872 sft and has a 5 Bedroom Septic System; 3 BR 2 BA (a Bedroom and Bathroom on 1ST FLOOR). THE RICH 40 acres misty meadowed fertile land viewed from the homestead, has the many times published/photographed 1856 POLE BARN 40'x 83', adorned with the American Flag and seasonal welcoming wreaths for all to enjoy; this side has a buildable lot (not in conservation). Homestead Systems/Structures: PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP clearly visible.....very well maintained inside and out inc. roofs, septic, heating systems, etc. CHARMING SMALL TOWN with a lot of heart and pride, surrounded by natural beauty and the echoes of history. Convenient to Manchester Airport....Great Schools. Refer to FEATURES brochure for details please. VISit the Elm Lined ELM FARM today!
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