Secure in its unmatched setting of over 500 acres of protective field and forest land ...is one of New Hampshire's most elegant and historic estates ...remodeled in the late 1800's by Austin Corbin, a dynamic self-made millionaire who was known as the "Father of the Banking Industry" and founder of the nearby 25,000 acre Corbin Park hunting preserve and Blue Mountain Forest Association. Offering views of Mt. Sunapee and distant hills, flanked by the Sugar River and accessed by a covered bridge, the hilltop residence offers exquisite living space including a 51 foot great room gallery with gilded ceiling, exotic walnut and mahogany detailing and massive fireplace hearth, ornate oakwood bar with curved gilded paper ceiling, elegant paneled reception hall with fireplace and sitting room, modern kitchen with wet-bar pantry, large master suite with delightful sleeping porch, newly installed elevator, central air conditioning, three-car attached garage. Property also includes four bedroom guest house, to be sold subject to life tenancy agreement to caretaker. Several additional outbuildings include gentlemen's library, log rental/guest cabin and a wonderful three level 40 x 45 barn with lower level vehicle storage, large heated office with lavatory, 16' ceilings and full storage attic. A singular country retreat and magnificent personal domain!
Take NH Route 10 from Newport Center to Corbin Rd. on left, property on top of hill after right on Croydon Brook Road, after covered bridge.
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