c. 1860 Italianate in Greenville, NH – $449,000

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Added to OHD on 1/17/20   -   Last OHD Update: 1/30/20   -   13 Comments
For Sale

42 Main St, Greenville, NH 03048

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  • $449,000
  • 6 Bed
  • 3 full, 3 half Bath
  • 4624 Sq Ft
  • 1.95 Ac.
Circa 1860 Gorgeous Antique Colonial for sale. This estate home is nestled on just about two acres of lush well cared for yard with two barns, vintage perennials and a gazebo. The incredible details of this home need to be seen to be fully appreciated. 6 Bedrooms, 6 baths, formal living and dining room, walk-thru butlers pantry, marble encased fireplaces, sitting rooms, library, and large kitchen with perfect hardwood flooring throughout dovetailed with newly finished spaces create the most magical atmosphere for living and enjoyment. A tremendous opportunity to own this home. With Town approvals, the layout lends itself to a pocket business or bed and breakfast. Simply amazing.
Contact Information
Penelope Seaver, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Amherst
(603) 673-4000
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13 Comments on c. 1860 Italianate in Greenville, NH – $449,000

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  1. Ooh I love it!! And the build-ins are just marvelous. With some of these lovely New England houses I think “wouldn’t it be fun to be snowed in there!”

  2. RosewaterRosewater says: 5856 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Got barn? Because one can never have enough barn. Sigh..

    Very, very nice house all around. Beautifully maintained.

    I say the simple, quality, timeless, perfectly serviceable, early 90’s kitchen stays. Very little needs doing there. I’d sure keep it. Maybe a new counter top; but the rest looks great. I’d be using that great little fireplace as much as they seem to be doing. Cozy! Looks like the original kitchens have been preserved; and I’m always thrilled to see a great old range! Nice.
    Close up:

    • JimHJimH says: 4990 comments
      OHD Supporter

      Yep, great old range but is it in the new kitchen? Love the house but I’d like to walk through to see what’s been done.

      • RosewaterRosewater says: 5856 comments
        OHD Supporter

        1875 Italianate cottage
        Noblesville, IN

        Looked to my eye as if the new kitchen was likely carved out of former service rooms, (larder, wood room, etc.), further back in the Ell. The scullery is still there; and you can see the new enough kitchen through the door to the left of the range.

        I also would be thrilled to prowl around this fine, fine, home. There have clearly been some changes; but the house itself is of less interest to me personally than the vast other spaces. 🙂

  3. MichaelMichael says: 2299 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    I love the entry door with the sidelights but can’t help but feel the glass from the sidelights came up over the door originally. Quite a beautiful house overall!

  4. RosewaterRosewater says: 5856 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    This property really is wondrous, fabulous, sublime. I don’t believe my first comment made that very clear enough; so yeah – sublime.

    Looks fantastic wrapped up like it is in winter’s clear, crisp embrace. Just dreamy. If only it would get cold enough, long enough, to kill off all those damn ticks… I’m genuinely scared smart of those little suckers. Sigh.. New Hampshire is darn near tippy tops on my East coast, hope I get to live there and experience that someday list; just shigh of my desire to someday live somewhere in Ulster County, NY. It’s a magical spot.

    I could be very, very, happy living here. 🙂

    I still pine very much for this one, (linked below). More un-ironic sighs.. I’d be perfectly happy keeping it as a multi, and just inhabiting some of the upper, and the upper most spaces, (and basement and barns), and leasing the fancier bits to some fun, smart, retirees, or the like. I see it sold; so hope the new owner loves it in reality as much as I do vicariously – in spirit. 🙂

    Seriously: If you’re new, or newer here, or just want a quality trip down memory lane, (sans the lost ones), and don’t mind having a whole afternoon or evening – or both, spent sucked down a wondrous rabbit hole; check out NH on OHD. In the middle is a good place to start – so – enjoy.

    • RosewaterRosewater says: 5856 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      “shigh” = Heheheheh. Subconscious brain farts are delightful. Ohhhh brother -. That’s mine, mmmmK, and you must credit me to use it. 🙂

      Comment #5566! Nice.

  5. JohntiqueJohntique says: 71 comments
    Winter Park, FL

    Did anyone notice the furniture in pictures 18 and 19? There are several pieces by John Henry Belter. The “violin” shaped arm and side chair are in the “Henry Clay”pattern; the sofa and other armchair are in the “Rosalie” (without grapes) pattern. The armchair in photo 19 on the right is just a Victorian armchair, but there appears to be another Belter side chair behind it! I wonder what other treasures this house held???

  6. Michaeljoe62Michaeljoe62 says: 46 comments
    1941 Cape Cod

    That gilt mirrored overmantle floating in the hallway sure would look swell above one of the fireplaces in the parlors….


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