1902 – Claremont, NH – $295,000

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Added to OHD on 2/19/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/19   -   10 Comments
1 Foster Pl, Claremont, NH 03743
  • $295,000
  • 7 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 5035 Sq Ft
  • 4.4 Ac.
This elegant turn of the twentieth-century mansion recently had a face-lift complete with recent furnace, metal roofing, cherry kitchen cabinets and flooring. This grand home features over 5,000 sq. Feet of living space with four fireplaces, 3. 5 baths, seven bedrooms, enclosed and open porches, two car garage and carriage shed. 4. 4 acres with a walk to town location.
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Don Chabot, Town & Country Realty
(603) 542-5188
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10 Comments on 1902 – Claremont, NH – $295,000

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  1. AvatarJamesthegood says: 54 comments

    Really nice peaceful looking place. Would love to see more of whatever that structure is in the last picture.

  2. Avatarbecky martin says: 64 comments

    That big brick fireplace looks kinda cool. The second fireplace looks like somebody has built too hot of a fire too long, but as old as the house is, I guess one would expect that? Seems a shame though. I wonder how much sanding it would take to fix that. That paneling is just hideous! There was only one bathroom pictured but I like the tile… just needs a claw foot tub vs. that tub! Fireplace #3 looks nice… considering the mantle painted. Maybe it looked like fireplace #2? Fireplace #4 looks huge! But definitely doable! I like that rock room. The house looks like it is in a nice private setting and still has nice views. Would like to see what the other bathrooms look like.

  3. Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 501 comments
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    1918 Bunkhouse
    WestOfMiddleOfNowhere, KS

    This late example of the Shingle style has many admirable features. I appreciate that the mid-century bathroom and attic rooms were left intact as the new kitchen seems awkward and out of context. I would have liked to have seen this prior to the recent “face-lift”! Lots of surviving character in what appears to be a beautiful and manageable setting.

  4. Avatarpeeweebc says: 825 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.

    I don’t care for the modernized stuff, white everywhere, trendy hardwood in one room but wow, what a home. That size home, and acreage for that price.

  5. AvatarJo says: 16 comments

    This could almost be my dream home if not for all the fresh white paint on the woodwork and walls. The stonework is great and the house overall is very appealing. Seems like a good price too.

  6. AvatarEileen Munson says: 9 comments

    This home looks like it was well cared for. I love all those fireplaces, the pocket door by the much larger fireplace is just lovely. I love the old light fixtures too. For such a large home the kitchen seems a bit smallish? Also the one room with the wood paneled walls I would probably change. Outside property so many possibilities.

  7. AvatarMazamaGrammy says: 3 comments

    Furnish and decorate – your new B&B is good to go!

  8. AvatarGeorgia Girl says: 59 comments

    Love this house and I just love the photo with the driveway. Such a beautiful, peaceful place…like going home.

  9. AvatarCheryl D says: 5 comments

    Keep in mind, New Hampshire while beautiful has high property taxes.

  10. AvatarKyle Hoggins says: 1 comments

    The house was chopped up into 4 apartments and in real rough shape. We found the original prints and removed all apartment walls. The kitchen was returned to the original foot print. Unfortunately non of the cabinets where there to save. As for the wood flooring it’s original. Most of the walls and ceilings where replaced. The woodwork was painted over 40 years ago and not in the budget to refinish. It’s a great house and all the real hard work is done. Such as electrical, heating and plumbing. We left just enough for someone to put their mark on it. By the way we did find a treasure map and some interesting things where found in a wall cavity. In my opinion all the items found belong to the house so there they shall stay.

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