Every Sunday horse-drawn buggies carried families to church. Attendance was mandatory, no matter the mood. Bibles in the laps. Hymnals in hands. Voices in song. Neighbors and friends.
This amazing 1800’s converted church has served as a gathering place for many over the years. No longer a church, her history carries on as a beautiful, modern home, of which you can be a part.
Perfect for entertaining, this church conversion offers an open-concept living, dining, and eating area.
Upon entering the grand hall, the attention to detail is impeccable with a coffered tin ceiling, horsehair plaster walls, and new wainscoting throughout. Each window features stained glass behind the Hunter Douglas shades.
The brand new kitchen has quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, farmers sink, prep sink, double oven, and plentiful storage. The First-floor laundry room has extra-large front loaders.
There is slate flooring in the main foyer with a large coat closet. Two bedrooms with ceiling fans, generous closet space, and built-ins are separated by a three-quarter bathroom.
On the second floor of the home is a massive primary en suite master with three massive built-in closets. An oversized bathroom has granite countertops, a double vanity, and a tiled shower.
The second master with ensuite has tin walls, new vanity, and a clawfoot tub. Velux skylights on each floor. Enjoy the screened-in porch on a warm summer night. A third-floor post and beam bonus room has a pull rope to ring the operable bell.
The oversized garage has a workshop, heated office, and extra storage above. This space could be finished off with heat.
Work from home with fiber internet. Room for expansion. Easy access to the library and town hall. 10 minutes to all schools. 30 minutes to Concord and Mt. Sunapee. 50 minutes to the Airport. Three-bedroom septic.
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|Address:||40 Main St.|
|Year Built:||Circa 1800|