Impeccably reconstructed and renovated, this unique estate is comprised of antique buildings dating back to 1665.
Surrounded by 12.43 acres of open land and panoramic views.
A stunning post and beam barn, historic schoolhouse, water tower, corn crib and private pond complete the estate.
Year built: 2010
Location: Gilmanton, NH
Living area: 3093
Land: 12.43 acres
Horse facilities: Fields, barn with open floor plan
The George Farley House, a 1665 saltbox, is the centerpiece of this unique historic property consisting of several antique buildings that have been dismantled and painstakingly re-constructed.
Originally constructed as a garrison house at 161 Concord Road in Billerica, Massachusetts the house is a veritable museum of authentic early Americana and was famous for its home cooking and quaint atmosphere, open to passers by including King’s couriers and colonial patriots.
It was carefully re-constructed by a restoration team to combine authentic period structures with state of the art systems and construction.
Unique details include wide-beamed ceilings, period hardware, hand-planed kitchen cabinets, the lean-to (keeping room) featuring massive cooking fireplace, borning room, the Garrison Room with natural original raised paneling, original front staircase, downstairs parlor (now master bedroom) and three authentic bedrooms upstairs, period attached carriage house.
Schoolhouse: Complete with school master's desk, slates and student desks.
Rolling fields surround the property
Historic Post and Beam Barn with open floor plan ideal for custom stall design