c. 1790 – Hill, NH

Added to OHD on 1/11/20   -   Last OHD Update: 7/27/20   -   7 Comments
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3 Dearborn Rd, Hill, NH 03243

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  • $89,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2056 Sq Ft
  • 1.6 Ac.
Looking for a project? This classic 1790 era, 2 story colonial home that sits on 1.6 acres and is looking for some TLC. Currently Tenant Occupied-NOTICE is a must. Septic system size is unknown. Property is being SOLD AS IS, AS SEEN.
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Cami Navoy, Keller Williams Realty
(603) 569-4663
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7 Comments on c. 1790 – Hill, NH

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  1. BradGBradG says: 46 comments
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    1847 Georgian
    Melbourne, Australia,

    Nicely proportioned early house, would it be correct to call this a Saltbox?

    A little hard to tell how much original fabric is left, but beautiful original wide floor boards in photos 16 and 19.

    Looks like a lot of house for the money!

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  2. LesFosselLesFossel says: 85 comments
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    1815 Cape

    A saltbox (lean-to roof) is two stories on the front & one story in the rear. The pitch (angle) of the roof is generally the same on both the front & rear slopes.
    I suspect there may be an earlier house buried somewhere under the later renovations.
    I am particularly interested in the frame overhang at the gable end attic level. This feature is a hangover from the early 18th century, usually in CT. It is very odd for it to appear in North central New Hampshire.
    Les Fossel

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    • BradGBradG says: 46 comments
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      1847 Georgian
      Melbourne, Australia,

      Thank you for the explanation Les, it gives me a much better understanding of a saltbox.

      And for pointing out the overhang on the gable ends, very interesting feature.

      Cheers!

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      • MJGMJG says: 2378 comments
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        CT

        I personally would never call this house a saltbox. The reason why it was called a salt box is because it looked like an old salt box according to legend and the long roof represents the door to open. That’s according to legend and I’m not even sure at what point people started using the term saltbox. None the less, the term now refers to long roof. Maybe like someone else said, at one point the back portion may have been updated in the 19th century and erased that look.

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  3. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 824 comments
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    1859 Mod Vern Greek Revival
    Lockport, NY

    Someone is truly getting a worthy project in this historic house! Would love to see the finished results!

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