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Property Details: Landmark Estate
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Historic real estate listing for sale in Peterborough, NH
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Property Information
Landmark Estate
59 Pine St.

Peterborough, NH
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Price: $799,000
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 5
Square Feet: 4,599
Lot Description/Acreage:
4.95 Acres
Year Built:
1815
Architectural Style:
Colonial
(c.1600-1820)
 
Contact Information
Name: Andrew Peterson
Agency: The Petersons Real Estate
Phone: 603-924-3321 or 603-496-9172
Fax: 603-924-8563
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Property History
Set above Thornton Wilder's "Our Town", views of Mt. Monadnock, Architect Fletcher Steele landscape.

 
Property Description
Once owned by philanthropisst and craftsman, George Grimshaw, this stately Federal Colonial in one of Peterborough's finest neighborhood. Mature gardens and extensive hardscape designed by world famouch architect, Fletcher Steel in 1928 surround this home. 12 rooms, 6 BR, 8 fireplaces. Attached 3 car garage and workshop on lower level. Wrap around glass porch for year round use. Beautiful view of Mount Monadnock. Raised wood paneling, build-ins and window seats.

Last Updated: March 8, 2019
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