http://www.GinaAselin.com - This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Amherst history.
Journey Cake Farm is located in the beautiful colonial town of Amherst NH. The property abuts 70 acres of conservation land and is known for possessing the most antique stone walls in New Hampshire.
The Colonial Greek Revival-style farmhouse was built by retired Portsmouth sea captain and ship builder in 1840 and has been lovingly maintained throughout the years.
The main foyer has a wood burning fireplace and beautiful hardwood floors that run throughout the home.
The entrance to the formal living room is flanked by 1/2 walls and columns and consists of a wood burning fireplace and single french door leading to the covered side porch.
The formal dining room is spacious enough to accommodate a sit down meal for 14 and has a built-in china hutch and a pair of french doors that lead to the side yard for summer dining.
The 4 season room is wrapped in windows and has access to the front covered porch and views of the tennis court below.
The eat-in kitchen is warm and inviting with its period charm and replica stove, French doors and access to the 1st floor laundry room.
The massive vaulted family room was covered in gleaming hardwood by the builder for his love of wood boats. A stone, floor to ceiling wood burning fireplace is the focal point of the room. Walls of windows, a sliding barn door and wet bar finish off this one of a kind space.
7 bedrooms are found on the 2nd floor with options for an in-law suite or au pair suite.
Also located on the property is an in-ground pool, tennis courts, a water feature and a charming detached 1475sf 2 story guest house. This beautiful estate makes a fabulous family home or could be used as a wonderful bed and breakfast.
This amazing estate is located just minutes from area schools, shopping and major commuting routes.