Once the home of the Shooting Linds - professional exhibition shooters - this 1800's homestead is privately situated at the end of a town maintained road approximately 1 mile from Rt. 10. Surrounded by 232 acres on both sides of the road, this property is protected from development and has no neighbors in sight. The house has a center chimney with 3 potential fireplaces. Wide board floors in most rooms and some rooms with wide board walls. Steep stairs to the 2nd floor as is typical of the era. Very small kitchen but there is the possibility of expanding it. House attaches to a 20 x 22 shed. This property affords views of Mt. Monadnock from various locations - views could be improved with tree cutting. Forest management plan was completed in 2012 showing potential for continued harvesting of timber. This historic property is well suited for the outdoor enthusiast, farmer, or those seeking to live off the land. An exceptional location.
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