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Tom Howard, ALC
Tom Howard, ALC
NH Conservation Real Estate

Properties of Tom Howard, ALC with NH Conservation Real Estate in Moultonborough, NH

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$500,000 40 acres
off Whiteface Intervale Road, Sandwich, New Hampshire 03259 - Carroll County

Incomparable Intervale Opportunity

Incomparable Whiteface Intervale acreage. Create your own farm or ranch in this very special place. Potential homesite boasts better-than-180-degree views of surrounding peaks...Israel, Young, Sandwich Dome, Flat, Whiteface, Wonalancet and more! Seller presently investigating soils capability. Sale is subject to a boundary line adjustment approval. Access to many hiking trails from within the intervale itself. Extensive fields for pasture or forage crops. Wetland scrub habitat full of game and non-game species. Additional lots available on the toe slopes of MT. Whiteface (pending subdivision) will give you a bird's-eye view of your Intervale Ponderosa and a spectacular glimpse of New Hampshire south of the White Mountains; acreage abutti
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$415,000 143 acres 4 Beds | 1 Bath | 2406 sqft
159 Bouldervale Road, Grantham, New Hampshire 03753 - Sullivan County

Bouldervale Farm

Bouldervale Farm features an 1830's brick Cape farmhouse presiding over 143 acres of fertile fields + forest. Bring your ideas + energy for updating (or back-dating) an historic home. Farm buildings + pastures once supported livestock, crops + an active farmstand adjacent to busy NH Route 10. The 100-acre forest, managed by Meadowsend Timberlands, includes a sugarbush + sugar house + one-half mile of riverfront on the North Branch Sugar River. Be the steward who brings this piece of history back to its glory. Easy commute to Lebanon/ Hanover (15 miles), Newport or New London. The 115 acres west of Route 10 are subject to a conservation easement held by SPNHF. 24 acres in hay production is currently subject to a field lease, which may be con
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$275,000 207 acres
off Turkey Street, Tamworth, New Hampshire 03886 - Carroll County

Multi-Use Woodland Tract

207 acres with mixed woodland, varied terrain, much wildlife and lots of potential. Opportunity to build a "backwoods" retreat where you will be just a stone's throw from Tamworth village goin's on. Come enjoy quiet time in the woods. Southern exposure with view potential toward the Ossipee Mountains. Ideal for hiking, camping, hunting and/or communing with nature. Two lots of record. Great location has easy access to Mt Washington Valley, Winnipesaukee Lakes Region and Seacoast.
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$250,000 27.44 acres 2 Beds | 0.75 Baths | 1817 sqft
128 Turkey Street, Tamworth, New Hampshire 03886 - Carroll County

Turkey St Farm

Country Comfort: Center-Chimney Cape nestled in 27-acre woodland. Proximity to Routes 16 + 25 = easy access to Mt Washington Valley, Lakes Region, Seacoast amenities. Country flavor/inviting spaces: large country kitchen; cozy living room w woodstove; first-floor bedroom w warm woodwork, windows to the farm + spiral stair to "bonus room" above. Second floor: two dormers + a skylight bring lots of light + added space for 2nd bedroom + office. Three-season porch makes wonderful transition from inside spaces to outside room to roam. This home is designed for total accessibility throughout the floor plan + features multi-level lift as well as ramp from garage. Multiple outbuildings, which were home to a renowned turkey farm, await you to re-est
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$49,000 5.07 acres
Brickyard Road, Nelson, New Hampshire 03457 - Cheshire County

South-Facing Country Parcel

Wooded building lot with South-facing slope. Brickyard Brook runs along one boundary. Access to nearby Tolman Pond is available from Seller. Driveway approved at time of subdivision; road-cut is roughed in. Located on a quiet country road in a spacious neighborhood. Excellent gravel-surfaced town road. This land abuts 580 acres owned by the Harris Center for Conservation Education, which is slated for transfer to the Town of Nelson for the purpose of expanding their Town Forest that will be utilized for recreation, wildlife habitat and forest management. The town forest will be contiguous with another 1,700 acres owned by the Harris Center - plenty of room to roam and explore.
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