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c. 1768 in Richmond, NH


Pending Sale

Added to OHD on 5/22/23   -   Last OHD Update: 5/22/23

186 Old Turnpike Rd, Richmond, NH 03470

Map: Aerial

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1332 Sq Ft
  • 5 Ac.
You'll love the privacy - with woods and open field around the house, the 3 fireplaces, wide board floors and walls, beamed ceilings and rustic charm. But you'll also need to love the need to update and restore this old house. It will probably need a central heating system (there is a gas furnace in the kitchen and the owner used a woodstove) so it is livable year-round. Just depends how handy you are. The main bedroom is on the first floor with the potential of converting the attic area to another bedroom or 2??. This antique could be a real beauty for the buyer with imagination, resources and the ability to bring it into this century while still retaining the past.
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Timothy Keating, BH&G / The Masiello Group :: (603) 352-5433

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13 days ago

Ummmm….. Put the furnace in the basement first! Do very little else. Live happily ever adfter. *smile*

13 days ago

The throne room in the corner is wild.

12 days ago

I want to refinish those floors. This house would be beautiful restored (restored, not renovated. I can’t stand when old homes are renovated into the present, stripping away all the beautiful old details).

12 days ago

I’m with Natria! Put that furnace in the basement! And then it’s perfect!

I’m guessing there were no pictures of the attic space? But I would indeed add a bedroom/office space up there!

Laurie W.
12 days ago

There’s so much to love here. Wish I could get my hands on it with a wallet-ful of dough. The handmade bricks in the fireplaces & old stone hearths — btw I’m puzzled by photo #9 where the bricks continue across the wall. The floors tell a story of huge old trees felled long ago, probably right there. It’s a joy to see beams that aren’t aftermarket twee additions! Very little to change here, as others have said.

12 days ago

Love this house! A lot of original material!

11 days ago

Save me Love me.

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