This camp has been in the family for generations. A lovely opportunity for those who want to escape the "everyday" and slow down time at camp, or use a temporary solution for a dream home construction. Located just outside of town, yet minutes away from the athletic fields and sidewalks. The open rolling land is simply beautiful. It is not everyday that an opportunity like this comes about, so full of potential, minutes from Dartmouth College and the Upper Valley.
91 McKenna Road offers a location truly “right in the middle” of the Upper Valley, at an almost equal distance between the villages of Norwich, Vermont, and downtown Hanover, New Hampshire. Walking distance across the Ledyard Bridge and the Connecticut River to the campus of Dartmouth College, this simple and attractive shingled Cape, built in 1983, offers hardwood and tile floors throughout the first floor, an open concept kitchen/family/dining room, and an en-suite first-floor primary bedroom or office/study. A total of three bedrooms and two baths along with two decks, a mudroom entry and a partially finished walkout basement offer plenty of space for everyone. Off street parking and a newly constructed stairway access leads to the entry deck. A great opportunity to own and live in the center of the Upper Valley or as a long-term investment property for those looking to capitalize on the proximity to Dartmouth, Tuck and Thayer Engineering Schools. In the Dresden School District, minutes to the Connecticut River and immediate access to Interstate 91 make this location exceptionally convenient. Current tenancy through 10/31 then available for immediate possession.
Walk to Dan & Whits and elementary school from this 3 BR, 2 bath village home with pastoral views Rare opportunity for country-like living and views within the quiet village of Norwich, a picturesque, quintessential Vermont town across the river from Dartmouth College and world-class Medical Center in Hanover, NH. Walk to Dan & Whits and elementary school from this 3 BR, 2 bath home with pastoral views of 23 protected acres with meandering brook from the large front deck! Located on a dead-end road. House includes post & beam architecture, 2-story fieldstone fireplace, cathedral ceilings, wide pine flooring, a large Primary bedroom with adjoining nursery / office with double-sink master bath, huge walk-in shower and copper soaking tub. The unfinished basement has 2 woodstoves and direct access to the oversized 2 car garage. Two recent additions adjoin the original "diamond-in-the-rough" 1957 home, that would need further remodeling to bring up to the newer additions' standard. Presently the home is comfortable and livable as is, with all bedrooms and baths on the main level. Architectural drawings show the potential of the completed project (roughly 24' x 40' main level) with large new kitchen opening to dining and living rooms and second story addition for bedrooms/ office, studio space, and additional bath option. Perfect for someone who wants to customize the home to their tastes and future needs. Middle and high schoolers attend school in Hanover, NH.
Charming antique 3-bedroom, 2 bath cape with a newer Rumford fireplace on 2+/- acres. Antique Douglas fir floors throughout, large living and dining rooms, and a studio/office/guestroom with private entrance. Surprisingly high ceilings and lots of natural light. This property includes a lovely, freshwater pond, a babbling brook, and an old apple orchard. The lot is abutting a conservation area called parcel 5, which has multiple trails for hiking, biking, and Nordic skiing. Newer roof, appliances and paint inside and out. This is a real charmer and close to town!
The local Norwich/ Dresden district has one of the very highest rated school systems in New England. This move in ready home is on a beautifully landscaped 5 + acres (including an extra lot), has EC fiber optic internet, numerous stone walls, and many- colored perennials. The private back view sanctuary is stunning. The property is located on paved New Boston Road about 3 miles from the center of Norwich, and convenient to the College, VA, and hospital. Post and beam construction with soaring ceilings, up to 26- feet grace this professionally designed home, as do wide board floors, cherry trims and railings, custom cherry cabinets in baths and kitchen, and hand finished doors. It has heat pump heating, with A/C cooling, and a decorative heater. The kitchen has up- to- date appliances, and granite countertops. Updated bathrooms include a jacuzzi. The Master bedroom (with its own balcony) has a wood beamed cathedral ceiling. An attached suite/office/studio/apartment, with vaulted ceilings has a first level bedroom and bath with skylights. Its own full kitchen has a stained- glass window. There also is a mud room/private entrance, and all is perfect for remote work. There are two propane fireplaces. A separate studio/workout space /game room has plenty of storage.This is the practical well- built property that will deliver many years of peace, quiet, and beauty.
Take a journey through time to a property that marries historic charm with modern amenities. Legend has it that the land on which Hopson House is sited was originally a land grant to Hopson for his service in the Revolutionary War. Hopson House was subsequently built in approximately 1780 with a large addition constructed by the current owner from 1995 through 2005. The antique section of the home features hand-hewn beams, a beautiful fireplace, and classic wide-pine floors. With a nod to the historic nature of the original Cape, the addition incorporates locally sourced materials, including native spruce floors that harden with age, hemlock beams, and Vermont slate floors as well as the work of local craftsmen. It is further highlighted by bright, modern, rooms, loft spaces, custom European windows, and sturdy, gleaming spruce floors. Energy efficiency was a top priority when the addition was designed, for example, the walls were hand plastered with a base coat and hand-mixed finish coat. They provide a heat and moisture sink, with a large mass and surface area that moderates changes in humidity and temperature. Located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Norwich, Elm Street is close to everything yet you can escape to the woods by stepping out your front door as the Appalachian Trail passes right by the property. The yard is lush and open and you will feel on top of the world on the rooftop deck.
Magical Vermont estate! 980 Bragg Hill Road is a handsome central chimney saltbox steeped in amazing history. The original saltbox was built in 1680 and brought on site from North Kingston, RI. The back ell was a 1840s general store in Royalton, VT. Melded together in the 1980s with incredible attention to detail, this 6 bedroom, 4 bathroom home exudes charm in every inch. Located in one of Norwich's finest spots, on 61 private acres - 51 in conservation and an additional 10 acre lot not in conservation. Barn for animals, lovely cleared pastures, amazing pond for swimming and skating. Plenty of room for everyone - including an in-law suite, finished family room in basement with sauna, and space to gather in front of the three main floor fireplaces. Unique in so many ways - this property is truly one of a kind!
Huge views, big land, near everything: Hard to imagine that a nearly 200 acre hilltop estate is within walking distance of the village of Norwich. With the scale, sweeping views to the White Mountains, complete privacy and presence of one of the great Vermont country properties, Highlander is just over a mile to Dan & Whit’s and the green. The home and barns are built on the site of an old hilltop farm with massive sugar maples, stone walls, hayfields, managed woodlands, and ponds for swimming and wildlife. The home is elegant and comfortable with an indoor/outdoor flow. Relax and take in the views on the patios and porches or supper in the summer room, which opens out to the pool. At the heart of the house is the capacious, recently renovated, kitchen. Extensive perennial gardens unfold throughout the summer, & an edible landscape yields apples, pears, peaches & berries. An active, outdoorsy family shaped the character of Highlander. Many sets were played on the tennis court and active equestrians grew from ponies to top-flight competitors in the roomy 6 stall stable and on the trails. Kids learned hard work bringing in the hay. The swimming pond converts to pond hockey in the winter, & the other 3 ponds host diverse wildlife all year round. The family hosted an annual cider pressing, skied on the trails & raced on sleds down the long meadows. 2 bedroom apartment over 4 bay equipment barn. Easy access to AT trail.
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