c. 1840 – Loudon, NH

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7003 School St, Loudon, NH 03307

  • $100,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2357 Sq Ft
  • 1.8 Ac.
3-4 bedroom Colonial on 1.8 acres, in Loudon Village, may be subdividable. Do your Due diligence with the town. Beams in basement have been replaced. Not much is known about the houses as seller has not lived there in 55 years. Was in the same family for more than 55 years. Painted wood floors through out. Large murals in front hallway. Butler's Pantry and large kitchen. Several built ins in dining room, front room. Large wood shed outside of kitchen. Barn/shed out back. House has been cleaned out, but shed and carport area have not been cleaned. Property sold as is.
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Barbara Potvin, Keller Williams Realty,
(603) 232-8282


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10 Comments on c. 1840 – Loudon, NH

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11465 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Is it possible this is older than the 1840 build date?

    • Charles B says: 474 comments

      With those big cornerposts visible in the rooms and those second-story façade windows right up under the cornice it’s got to be 18th-century.

  2. LeighH says: 9 comments

    A good art conservator could clean those murals right up. So wonderful they have not been painted over.

  3. Tor Froland says: 4 comments

    I love it !! If it was closed I would go check it out more throughly

  4. Lynn says: 88 comments

    I love the wide plank floors and all of the built-ins.

  5. Donna says: 10 comments

    Looks like it has great bones! I would love to move North! I hate the hot weather in Maryland (DC suburb).

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  6. clytemnestra says: 10 comments

    those murals are spectacular! It’s a shame we don’t know more of this house’s history… Early 19th c murals like that are quite rare, I can name only a few in VT, and I’m sure the same holds true for NH. Wow… I hope the next owner appreciates the history of such a marvelous find!

  7. Melody says: 572 comments

    Looks to be in pretty good shape. I’m curious about the seller not being there in 55 years thing. Maybe the seller is a family member of whomever was living there, and now has to take care of things.
    Having the support beams replaced is a big deal, hopefully it was done right. That one picture has me wondering where the joist hanger is. Spray foam is nice to have as well, as long as the plumbing and electrical were updated before being covered in it.
    The front of the house is right up on the street, but it doesn’t look like too busy of a street. The rest of the property is huge and well treed!
    I’d love to clean it all up and make it beautiful again.

  8. Mary says: 1 comments

    My namesake and Aunts house. Add is wrong. She lived there a few years ago. Always loved the murals. Mary was a talented quilter sewer.

  9. LisaLou says: 116 comments

    MARY, COULD YOU TELL US MORE ABOUT YOUR AUNT AND HER HOUSE?

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