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35 James Farm RoadLee, NH 03861MLS Number 4718394

  • Price: $650,000The price has recently decreased
  • Est. Mortgage of $/month
  • 88 Days on Market
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Federal 30-year interest rate: 4.75% last updated on 2018-12-06

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  • 4Bedrooms
  • 3Bathroom
  • 15Acreage
  • 2657Square Feet

Open House this Saturday 9/29 1pm-3pm! This unique equestrian property offers the best of both worlds - space to stable and ride your horse, with the convenience of life in a neighborhood community and desirable school district, close to UNH. Outside, the property boasts +/-15 acres, with a three-stable barn, tack room and hay loft holding approx. 300 bales, plus grain. Outbuildings include a two-bay vehicle shop and a detached, screened, three season, outdoor living space, which overlooks the property's three paddocks, two hay fields, pond and woodlands. The views are equally beautiful from the composite deck and open plan main living space of the house. The kitchen has custom cabinets, a large island with sink, granite counters and stainless appliances. It flows into a light filled sun room with cathedral ceiling and family room with gas fireplace. A formal dining room, formal living room, half bath and laundry complete the first floor. Upstairs are four well-proportioned bedrooms, including a master with en-suite and walk-in closet. The partially finished basement, garage and attic provide plenty of additional living and storage space. The landscaped front yard with stone walls will welcome you home. This property is a must see for anyone paying stable fees!

Listed by Henry Goodwin of Olde Port Properties

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Parking

  • Parking Spaces1

Building

  • Year Built1978
  • Building ConstructionWood Frame
  • ConstructionExisting
  • Property StyleColonial, Farmhouse
  • Full Baths2
  • Half Bath1
  • Bathroom3
  • Total Baths3
  • Bedrooms4
  • Total Rooms9
  • FoundationPoured Concrete
  • Square Feet2657
  • APX Unfin Below Grade225
  • BasementPartially Finished, Stairs - Interior, Walkout

Other

  • Date Listed09/13/2018
  • SeasonalNo
  • Page611
  • Delayed ShowingsNo
  • Number of Photos40
  • View Count3

Basic Information

  • Virtual TourClick Here
  • StatusACT
  • Property TypeSingle Family
  • List Price$650,000
  • Listing Agent NameHenry Goodwin
  • Agent NameGoodwin
  • Broker NameOlde Port Properties
  • BloggingNo
  • LM MST WGARUnder
  • MLS Number4718394

Interior

  • Stories2

Exterior

  • ExteriorBrick, Clapboard
  • RoofShingle - Asphalt

Location

  • Building Number35
  • StreetJames Farm Road
  • TownLee
  • StateNH
  • Zip03861
  • CountyStrafford
  • Flood Zone Y/NNo
  • Map13

Property

  • Acreage15
  • Lot DescriptionFarm - Horse/Animal
  • Lot1900
  • DrivewayPaved
  • RoadsPaved, Public
  • Road Frontage200

Utilities

  • Heat FuelGas - LP/Bottle
  • Heat SystemBaseboard
  • WaterDrilled Well, Private
  • Water HeaterGas - LP/Bottle
  • SewerLeach Field, Septic
  • Electric200 Amp
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