Colonel Reuben Page, a revolutionary war soldier, was one of the earliest settlers of Corinth and, in 1816, built an elegant brick cape at the top of the hill, which has been cared for and added on to over the last 200 years. Page Hill Farm today sits on 114 acres at the end of a town maintained road with a bucolic mix of rolling pastures and woodlands set against the backdrop of the mountains looking to the South. The light filled house with original woodwork and three Rumford fireplaces is infused with character, history and craftsmanship, and yet has all the modern amenities for today’s living. In 2001, an ell was added off the summer kitchen, which included a cathedral-ceiling library/office, now with high speed internet. The antique barn next to the house has a few stalls and a hayloft along with twenty acres of fenced pasture. A pond sits below the house. In addition to the accompanying barns and outbuildings, there is a 3 bedroom/2 bath guest cottage and a 46’X30’ heated garage. Trails, perennials and tranquility. 35 minutes to Hanover and 2:40 minutes to Boston. Showings begin 9/30/22
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