Listing courtesy of Margery MacDonald from RE/MAX Presidential
AMAZING TAMWORTH FARMHOUSE WITH 10.19 ACRES OF OPEN FIELDS, STONEWALLS, AND MOUNTAIN VIEWS. Previously the summer home of President Grover Cleveland, this circa 1830 home was converted to a summer residence for the former president in 1904-05 and has been tastefully restored & maintained. Main house has been modernized w/new plumbing, electrical, & four zone heating. The large eat-in fully-applianced kitchen includes Thermador cook top, double ovens & heating drawer, Sub Zero fridge, Fireslate counters & Kennebec wood cabinets, plus the original Glenwood double oven cook stove. Spacious dining room w/brick fireplace. Sitting room & library have wood stove hookups. Six bedrooms, two are on the 1st floor. The house has five full bathrooms, two partial baths, and screened & open porches. Attached seasonal carriage house features a stunning great room w/field stone fireplace, the President and Mrs. ClevelandÃ¢Â€Â™s bedrooms, several multipurpose rooms, & two screened porches looking to Mt. Chocorua. Electric & plumbing have been updated. The two baths incorporate period fixtures. The carriage house maintains the rustic feeling designed by Kilham & Hopkins. Property includes a detached 2-car garage & detached studio or guest house, which features a gorgeous brick fireplace. Perennial gardens & lawns surround the buildings. Ideal location close to Tamworth Village w/the Barnstormer Summer Theatre & Remick Farm & Museum and a short distance to skiing, hiking, & shopping.
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