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Listed by Deb Engelhardt of Peabody & Smith/Plymouth
The minute you enter this beautiful 1800's Federal farmhouse, you'll know you are stepping into a piece of history! Historians believe this to be the 4th oldest home in Rumney. Starting as a center chimney cape in the late 1700's, it was lifted off it's foundation and turned 180 degrees in 1880 when the Federal front addition was added. flooring is beautiful 16" wide kings pine through most of the home, and Delft tiles were imported from Holland as a decorative touch to the formal living room fireplace. 2 of the prior owners used the attached carriage house to sell antiques and books, with some of the books remaining. Much of this homes charm lies in it's location. The lot is mostly level with beautiful garden spaces, apple and crab apple trees, and multiple high blueberry bushes. You'll enjoy hours out by the firepit located at the site of the original barn which burned at the turn of the century. This home is central to great hiking, and climbing just down the road at the Rumney Rocks. You an canoe or kayak on the Baker River, and skiing and golf are just a short drive. All this just 3 miles from Plymouth here you can find great health care, shopping, schools, PSU, and more. Open House Saturday September 4th from 11am to 1pm.

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