Just listed! The Governor Meshech Weare House-Listed on the National Register of Historic Places - a very rare opportunity to own a piece of New Hampshire and Revolutionary War history in this beautifully maintained nine room, four bedroom, four bathroom circa 1738 home sited on three lushly landscaped acres perfectly located opposite the Hampton Falls Common, the Lincoln Akerman Elementary/Middle School, the US Post office and the corner, general store. During the War for Independence, George Washington visited this house in 1775 as well as James Monroe in 1817 and Lafayette in 1824. Imagine the history and the conversations had within the walls of this stunning estate. Interior detailing in many of the rooms including the dining, primary suite, grand foyer and family room have been left largely untouched. Rich paneled walls of the formal living room reveal a secret bar behind the paneled walls. Five fireplaces including the wood burning fireplace in the pool house. Updates include a new gunite pool, new custom kitchen with granite/leathered granite counters and new appliances including a gas, Aga stove. 2021 sunroom remodel with new windows, original bluestone floors, beamed ceilings, gas fireplace and air conditioning opens up to the paver patio and hot tub area that overlooks the pool and pool house. Updated systems, roof, wiring and new windows throughout. Detached barn with room for four cars and loft storage.840sf 2BR guest apt.
Lincoln Akerman SchoolElementary School
Lincoln Akerman SchoolMiddle School
Winnacunnet High SchoolHigh School