1795 – Webster, NH

SOLD / Archived From 2018
Added to OHD on 4/25/18   -   Last OHD Update: 6/15/18   -   15 Comments
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  • $210,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2276 Sq Ft
  • 6 Ac.
On 6 pastoral acres you will find this 1795 Cape with original wide pine floors throughout and exposed hand hewn beams, in beautiful Webster. The country kitchen is large with woodstove and walk-in pantry. First floor bedroom, living and dining rooms and full bath. Sliders in the living room create a feeling of being one with nature. Upstairs are 2 additional bedrooms along with another full bath with skylight and whole house fan. Concrete entry off garage with laundry and 1940's bomb shelter. Enjoy summers in the screened-in summer living room off the home which lead into workshop space with loft for tools and hobbies. 2 & ½ hole working outhouse. Outside is a large detached barn (built - 1976), maple sugaring house and 2 woodsheds. There is also a small Christmas tree farm with hundreds of trees, 4 garden beds, mature asparagus and flower beds, apple and pear fruit bearing trees, grapes along the stone walls. Property abuts conservation and current use lands. Home is being sold ‘as-is'. With a little love and work this home will be a gem. Close to I-89, and easy commute to Concord.
Sold By
Tina Birdsall, Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan
(855) 256-1433 / (603) 393-4605
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15 Comments on 1795 – Webster, NH

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  1. Avatarddbacker says: 382 comments
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    1971 Uninspired split-level
    Prairie Village, KS

    “2 and 1/2 hole working outhouse”. I hope someone can ‘splain the 1/2 for me.

    Also, I like New England because it has street names like “Winnepocket”.

    • AvatarNancy Fry says: 13 comments

      the 1/2 hole in the outhouse would be a half sized hole for a child; I have seen these out where I grew up. Yes, I am old!

      • Avatarddbacker says: 382 comments
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        1971 Uninspired split-level
        Prairie Village, KS

        That seems like a perfectly reasonable explanation. Thanks Nancy!

  2. AvatarHarleysmom says: 86 comments
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    Windsor, CA

    A bomb shelter and a Christmas tree farm? Seriously sign me up! Those floors are pretty spectacular not to mention that kitchen.

  3. AvatarZann says: 532 comments

    Pre-1800, check. New England, check. Fun to say street name, check. Area that can be converted into a library, check. BOMB SHELTER, check. This house has all my wants. The Christmas tree farm is an additional ‘check’ I never had on my list, but how could anyone ever see a Christmas tree farm as a bad thing?

    I’m disappointed there are no bomb shelter pictures, but that is probably a good thing. If I’d seen it, I would probably be whining about it for at least two weeks.

  4. JimHJimH says: 4197 comments
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    The 1970 orange bathroom was quite unexpected but delightfully so! This place has a lot of potential.

  5. AvatarBethany otto says: 2656 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    This is not usually the type of home I lust after but wow, sign me up for this one! Just gorgeous property and really pretty, interesting home. I too wish there were bomb shelter photos but I suspect they would disappoint. My childhood friend had a bomb shelter under their home and by the 70’s it was just a dank room they used for storage, and this one is probably in a similar state.

  6. Avatarabevy says: 368 comments
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    1857 victorian
    Applegate, MI

    Great! Like most everything. Exterior buildings and areas are wonderful. I notice low ceilings in the one area and what looks to be a bad beam in basement. All easy enough fixes. I am ready to move.

  7. AvatarKarenZ says: 965 comments
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    How many of you (like me) scrolled right away to look for the bomb shelter, lol? I’m so disappointed that they didn’t show it! Could be a great house!

    • AvatarDianeEG says: 486 comments
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      Might it be the hump of soil under the windows (3rd from the last picture) and accessed from the basement?

  8. Avatarkmmoore says: 299 comments
    Weatherford , TX

    I’m in love. The range hood is splendid.

  9. AvatarJRichard says: 231 comments
    1763 center-chimney cape
    Biddeford, ME

    It’s a puzzle, isn’t it? Was it a center chimney cape originally with later adaptations? Maybe, maybe not. Either way, much remains that is pleasing.

  10. AvatarFERN BENSON says: 30 comments

    we had a bomb shelter in our first home………..used it as a dark room

  11. Avatarpeeweebc says: 856 comments
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    1885 Italianate.

    Watch your lid going into some of those rooms woo! Love it. The out buildings are REALLY cool.
    Someone here needs to buy it. 🙂

  12. OurPhillyRowOurPhillyRow says: 95 comments
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    1852 Greek Revival Rowhouse
    Philadelphia, PA

    The sliding glass doors are rather unsettling (yet the skylight isn’t, hmmm), but there is much to love with this house. I guess I would replace them with French doors to at least not be as jarring. I love the wide floorboards, and the property is beautiful.


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