Thursday, April 9, 2009

Francestown, New Hampshire (NH) real estate auction

339 Dennison Pond Road, Francestown, NH is a magnificent, custom built home sited on over 96 pristine acres. Perched alone high up on a hill, this home offers unobstructed 180 degree panoramic views of the Monadnock Region.
Built in 2004 for the current owners, this 8,275 sq.ft. residence features 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
Upon entering this home, you are greeted with a dramatic cathedral ceilinged living room anchored by a floor to ceiling granite fireplace. A floor to ceiling, wall to wall southern exposure windows offer panoramic views at every turn.
You'll enjoy cooking and entertaining in this gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, pantries, exposed beams, expansive granite countertops and high end stainless steel appliances.
A convenient first floor master suite features soaring cathedral ceilings and a warm cozy fireplace - the perfect compliment to our beautiful New England winters.
The beautifully appointed library with custom wood paneling and book loft accessed by a spiral staircase.
The walkout, lower level of the home is the ideal entertaining space or a retreat for the children and the spacious unfinished portion of the basement allows for ample storage and space for workshop.
This is the perfect executive retreat or home for a family looking for privacy, land or horse farm.
Additional features of this home include:

o Individual room climate control 
o Intercom and security system 
o Lift-Master elevator to all three floors 
o Anderson automatic rain windows 
o Radiant floor heat 
o Central air conditioning 
o 2-Car attached garage 
o 2-Bay garage/barn with unfinished loft space 
o Lawn and garden irrigation
Francestown is located within the Monadnock Region of southwestern New Hampshire, a region known best for Mount Monadnock, which is the second most hiked mountain in the world, and also visible from the living room of the home. This beautiful and scenic area of the State is filled with classic New England towns, complete with historic Colonial buildings, covered bridges, maple sugar houses, lakes, ski areas, hiking trails and more.
This property is being sold at auction on Saturday, May 16th at 11:00 a.m. with a suggested opening bid of $700,000. Do not miss out on this spectacular opportunity!
INFO: Paul McInnis Auctioneers
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