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6.3 acres in Grafton County, New Hampshire

259 Shem Valley Road, Alexandria , New Hampshire 03222 - Grafton County
$195,000 6.30 Acres
4 beds 2 Bathrooms 2208 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3248566


Quaintly nestled amongst the backdrop of Cardigan Mountain in the heart of the Newfound Lake region, past meandering stone walls & far-reaching, tree-lined views, down a winding drive you will find HOME. Enticing attributes will greet you from drive's edge, such as an iconic woodshop graced w/ a field of lilies, to the 2 barns made from timbers harvested on the property. Whether your lifestyle requires space for animals or room for entertaining, this property is well suited for both! Large barn features a multipurpose space complete w/ built-in bar & custom lighting, perfect for entertaining. Utilize the 2nd barn to store equipment, or as a garage! Maple sugaring on your list? Enjoy the sugar shack-inspired pavilion -- would also make a great picnic area next to firepit! Impeccably maintained home awaits w/ 2 1st-floor bedrooms & 2 additional on the lower level! Gorgeous wide pine floors grace dining & family room, & reach to the vaulted v-groove ceilings. So much to see, come visit!


From the center of Alexandria, go past the town hall on Washburn Road, take right onto Cardigan Mountain Road to the end, at the end bear or stay to the left onto Shem Valley Road, ahead a bit the road will split stay to the right and head up the hill, from here it is the 3rd drive on the left

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