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Motivated Seller! Here is your opportunity to own this amazing, lovingly maintained, Antique Colonial that was architecturally designed by Charles Merrick Gay and Arthur C. Nash of New York City in 1905. This sunny twenty room home features all the comforts of today and is located in the Historic Cornish Art Colony and was the homestead of Admiral William Folger. Imagine yourself entertaining and living in this magnificent home with a gracious foyer with a fireplace and a double staircase to the second floor with a lovely Master Suite and 4 additional bedrooms. As an added feature there is a finished third floor for over-flow family or guests with two additional bedrooms, bathroom and bonus room. You will love preparing meals in the spacious kitchen with the added space of the butler's pantry connecting to the formal dining room with fireplace while your guests are enjoying the gracious living room, connecting to a lovely playroom/sun room. The 34 acres offers the enjoyment of the outdoors with a covered porch, a gazebo, lovely gardens and trails to Blow Me Down Brook. All this can be yours and is within a short drive to downtown Hanover, Dartmouth College, Kimball Union Academy, Dartmouth Medical Center, skiing and 2 1/2 hours to Boston.

Listed by Judith Cashman, Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty

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