http://www.TeamHeeter.com - Mason, New Hampshire, even though it is a small town, it has several places worth visiting. Pickity Place, a cottage built in 1786 houses a restaurant, bookstore, gift shop, garden shop and greenhouse and of course, the Red Riding Hood Museum. The cottage was represented in the book, "Little Red Riding Hood" as the setting for grandmother's house. And of course in Mason is Parker's Maple Barn, an out of the way restaurant and maple sugar shack that draws people from all over for their famous breakfast.
This uniquely beautiful custom estate combines the classic elegance of a brick colonial with the friendly warmth of a gambrel. The huge tiled, sun drenched, wraparound 4 season sunroom offers nature shows in high definition through Pella windows and includes tiled floor, a built-in house fan, and separate thermostat. A variety of stunning inlaid wood floors grace each of the rooms in the main level, and you'll also notice several pocket doors plus crown moulding and chair rail throughout the first floor. Both the living room and family room feature wood fireplaces; one with marble surround, the other is completely rough hewn granite! The eat-in kitchen features smooth granite counters, tiled floor, gas cooktop, double wall oven & pull out drawers. On the third floor, the 35x24 space with cathedral pine ceiling, ¾ bath, kitchenette & stone fireplace is perfect for an au pair suite (or alternative master suite/extended family living space). Overall convenience items include 1st flr laundry, central air, multiple heating/cooling zones, surround sound and security system. All this sophisticated coziness is privately sited on 12.1 acres, including 2 barns, an aerated pond, a second pond, fields, streams, trails and wildlife! (and it’s only 2.4 miles from famous Parker’s Maple Barn!)
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