1903 Queen Anne – Manchester, NH

Added to OHD on 4/10/19   -   Last OHD Update: 7/9/19   -   2 Comments
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729 Chestnut St, Manchester, NH 03104

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  • $374,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 full, 2 half Bath
  • 3341 Sq Ft
  • 0.32 Ac.
Searching for something Extraordinary ? This well preserved Victorian offers a glimpse of a time gone by, when a craftsman's skill and care was evident in even the smallest details. A graceful reception area w/ ornate fireplace opens to a double parlor w/ greek columns. Period wood paneling, original hardware, 2 staircases, Maple floors. A Glass-front butlers butlers pantry w/ bar sink opens to both the kithen and dining room. Period wood paneling, incredible built-ins, and stained glass will make every dining experience memorable. A second fireplace graces the family room. Newer kitchen and first floor laundry. Oversized second floor hallway, walk in linen closet and 2 stairways service the 5 large bedrooms. Pleasantly sited in a generous sized lot with a lkarge 3 car garage. A grand residence or possible professional office.
Contact Information
Stephen Pinard, Choice Realty
(603) 644-5100
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2 Comments on 1903 Queen Anne – Manchester, NH

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  1. MJGMJG says: 1541 comments
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    Beautiful interior woodwork and stained glass windows.
    The exterior will need some restoration work if you’re into authentically reproducing its original lines and details which can be had by removing what appears to be vinyl siding. I’d love to see an old photo of this house. I am wondering if there was a porch or side porch or wraparound porch.

  2. Susan LaDuke says: 20 comments

    I’m in love with the finishes and detailing- the exquisite woodwork; arches, scrollwork, stained glass windows,tilework around the fireplaces and built ins. Manchester is a wonderful city. Taxes in NH are awfully high to make up for the lack of sales tax.

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