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$199,000 $100 per sq.ft. Piermont NH Home »

3 Beds | 2 Baths |   Total Sq. Ft. 1998  |  Acres: 3
Thursday Jun 8, 2017
Description: Antique post and beam expanded cape tastefully restored from frame out in 2003, new septic system in 2015. large living room with wood fireplace, leads to deck overlooking private back yard and approx 700 feet on eastman brook. first floor master bedroom, bath, large dining room. post and beam attached barn offers plenty of storage. move in ready! See MLS Property & Listing Details & 21 images.

$499,000 $189 per sq.ft. Piermont NH Home »

3 Beds | 2 Baths |   Total Sq. Ft. 2640  |  Acres: 38
Tuesday Jun 27, 2017
Description: Incredibly charming, fully restored 1790 antique cape on 38+/- delightful acres with outstanding long range mountain views. complete with wide pine floors, hand hewn beams, a summer kitchen which leads to a huge stone terrace - this is a great one! newer 3 story barn has delightful guest quarters upstairs and a wonderful party space on the first floor. close to indian pond with its loon residents, which is a gorgeous spot to swim. sensational! See MLS Property & Listing Details & 38 images.

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