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2.26 acres in Merrimack County, New Hampshire

1420 Little Sunapee Road, New London , New Hampshire 03257 - Merrimack County
$315,000 2.26 Acres
3 beds 5 Bathrooms 4078 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3120156


Eagle's nest house sits on a knoll across the street from Little Lake Sunapee! On the right side (built in 1988) is the 2-bedroom in-law suite with a craft room, a wide open kitchen/living/dining area which has been updated and shows beautiful, 1.5 baths, and its own one-car garage. On the left side (built in 1990) is a traditional Yankee Barn home with 2 master bedrooms, a home office, and an updated kitchen with a huge island and granite counter tops. The kitchen and dining room are open to each and there is a large, front-to-back living room with a wood burning fireplace. Connecting the two parts of the home is a large family room which has its own deck! As a bonus, you will love the view of Mt. Sunapee and seasonal views of Little Lake Sunapee!. There is even an automatic generator, a wood shed, an over sized additional outbuilding, and a fenced in side yard. One mile from I-89 with an easy commute to Upper Valley/Lebanon area. (The home is currently being used as a 4 bedroom.


from I-89 Exit 12 travel East toward New London (only a few hundred feet) and turn left onto Otterville Road, take your first right onto Little Lake Sunapee Road and the driveway will be on your left shortly after Burnt Hill Road.

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