1876 Church – Fitzwilliam, NH

Added to OHD on 7/24/19   -   Last OHD Update: 8/22/19   -   5 Comments
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16 Church St, Fitzwilliam, NH 03447

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  • $64,900
  • 1530 Sq Ft
  • 0.26 Ac.
This former church's architecture and interior space stand out from the crowd. The church was built in 1876 for summer use. The belfry and the 650-pound Blymer bell were added in 1899. The current owner used it as a private gallery for the past fourteen years. If you are considering new construction this may be a great option. It would make an incredible open concept modern home. The delicate patterning light and color created by the stain glass windows is incomparable. It is zoned residential, and with town approval, it would make a wonderful workshop, artist studio, a gallery, a reception hall, etc... The roof was re-shingled November 2011. A new State approved septic system is in place and ready to be connected. The property needs a well and to be plumbed
Contact Information
Anna Schierioth, HKS Associates
(603) 352-6030
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5 Comments on 1876 Church – Fitzwilliam, NH

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  1. tomdg1-7gmail-comtomdg1-7gmail-com says: 71 comments
    1890 Three Bay Italianate
    Grinnell, IA

    This would be great to repurpose. Not too big and not too heavy or dark. This is one type of vintage building project I have not yet tackled, but it is on my bucket list.

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  2. DJZDJZ says: 197 comments
    1947 cape cod
    Glen Burnie, MD

    there is a basement, or at least a crawl space as lower windows can be seen on the exterior pictures.

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  3. DJZDJZ says: 197 comments
    1947 cape cod
    Glen Burnie, MD

    I do love old churches, I feel that the ceiling is hiding some rather remarkable architecture features under that dropped acoustic title ceiling. and im sure if the linoleum title floor was removed and the carpet removed and the floors refinished this will look gorgeous again. The windows are amazing and give beautiful light into the space. I would love to explore this place to see the hidden potential that we cant see in these pictures.

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  4. darladarla says: 130 comments
    Commerce City, CO

    I would love to see this after someone has made her into a home. There is so much to love already.

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