Welcome to this lovely 4 bedroom colonial home with a large 3 bedroom in-law apartment. The home was recently renovated throughout with new paint and gorgeous pumpkin pine wide floors in the main house. The custom kitchen boasts post and beam construction with over 100 hand made custom cabinets and drawers with many leaded glass facings. You will find wide crown molding, gunstock posts, 12 over 12 windows, a fireplace, tall ceilings, large rooms, granite kitchen counters, SS appliances and a very workable 30' x 36' post and beam barn that makes for a great workshop. (with 220 amp and 110 amp outlets). There is a single oversized horse stall in barn basement (or perhaps sheep). This former Governor's home was built in 1774, and is believed to be oldest house in Antrim. There is good reason why there has only been 9 owners in the last 250 years as it has been a well cherished place of family life. NH Governor David Goodell lived here and in this home invented the lightening apple parer. He went on to found and run the Goodell Company in town. A quick closing is possible, if desired. Concord and Keene are only 30 minutes away. Two ski areas within 20 minutes. Listing Agent is related to the Sellers. Sellers are willing to contribute $7,000 to Buyers at the closing as a closing concession so that buyers can upgrade items that they desire in the future, buy down mortgage interest or reduce their closing expenses. Sellers will provide a 1 year home warranty policy.
Antrim Elementary SchoolElementary School
Great Brook SchoolMiddle School
Contoocook Valley Regional HigHigh School
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