Marlborough, NH

Added to OHD on 2/1/20   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   3 Comments
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119 Maple Ln, Marlborough, NH 03455

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  • $250,000
  • 1008 Sq Ft
  • 110 Ac.
Travel back in time, down a gravel road you come upon this antique cape. Set back from the road on a slight knoll surrounded by stonewalls and fields. Two bay garage and out buildings for your ideas. Bring the tools and tool belt for the well needed renovation! Property being SOLD AS IS ! Land is in current use and will be conveyed that way.Over 4, 200 feet of road frontage on a gravel road. Some of the land abuts the rails to trail off route 12. POWER LINE EASEMENT
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Amy Reisert, Borderline Realty
(603) 899-3297
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3 Comments on Marlborough, NH

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  1. LSWhitneyLSWhitney says: 41 comments
    Exeter, RI

    Looks like it has good bones. I would love to restore that kitchen. An old fashioned design with a few modern appliances is my dream!Really like this one. The rooms look spacious and those wide board floors? Drooling here.🙄

  2. LesFosselLesFossel says: 91 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1815 Cape

    This is a much more interesting house than is immediately apparent. Note:
    * The 12 pane sash on the little shed – probably from the house
    * The closely paired windows on the front of the house – a common practice before exterior shutters became popular.
    * The house does not face square to the road, probably because it predates the road.
    * The wrought iron latches
    * The one and two board wainscot.
    * The former hearth, now infilled with boards.
    * The full walls of horizontal sheathing in the bathroom and kitchen.
    * The original plaster, chair rails, baseboards, wide pine flooring, cased corner posts, etc.
    * While there are currently two single flue stove chimneys above the roof, it is possible that portions of the center chimney remain since it appears that the space has not been utilized for anything else – such as an open front hallway & stair.
    Les Fossel

  3. StacyStacy says: 471 comments
    1900 Maybe Craftsmen

    And what a fantastic “as is” property it is!! I love this!!


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