c. 1830 Greek Revival – Wilmot, NH

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25 N Wilmot Rd, Wilmot, NH 03287

  • $379,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2283 Sq Ft
  • 28.25 Ac.
"Happyacres" - an historical gem that has been in the same family for four generations offers not only outstanding curb appeal and comfortable living, but 28 acres of maintained woodland, fields, and marsh. Three bedrooms, 2 baths, living room/library, den, kitchen, built-ins galore and a fascinating "Lodge" used for summer activities. Frontage on Kimpton Brook. Well-established perennial flowerbeds and barn complete this beautiful estate. Deed restriction will reflect no further subdivision and steps, foundation, and bell belonging to the Methodist Church will stay in place permanently.
Contact Information
Emily Campbell, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate,
(603) 526-4116

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11 Comments on c. 1830 Greek Revival – Wilmot, NH

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  1. Marcia Wilwerding says: 5 comments

    The simplicity is absolutely stunning. I love it!

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  2. Nancy says: 11 comments

    This place would be so much fun to decorate! And the grounds are lovely.

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  3. Lissie says: 238 comments

    The basement reminds me of a old log cabin. It’s beautiful especially the attic. Did anyone notice the date on the beam 1879.

  4. SadieSadie says: 46 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Amazing. Nice old piano in basement. Possibilities are endless.

  5. Warbon says: 100 comments

    Are you sure that’s the basement? In going back and forth between exterior and those old interior pictures; could that older room and loft be the original house? It looks like it to me. The wing has shingle siding and by comparing window placement, I was of the opinion that that could be the original part of the house. The double windows by the old piano is on ground floor and the stairs go to the loft where the 1879 is carved in the beam. This is just the way I interpreted the pictures after I questioned the lay-out myself.

  6. Marc says: 237 comments

    The old timber/log frame rooms appear to be the structure that forms the ell on the back of the main house. It looks like what the description refers to as the lodge — for summer use only — because it looks uninsulated.

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  7. Graham says: 142 comments

    Very nice, I like all the bookcase! Wonder where the foundation, steps, and bell are?

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  8. Lindsay G says: 531 comments

    What a darling little country home! I just adore the garden with the little stone stairs.

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  9. SueSue says: 1111 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1802 Cape
    ME

    Be still my heart. Paradise.

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  10. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 708 comments

    “Happy Acres,” INDEED!!!

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