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Listed by Daphne Lowe, Williamson Group Sothebys Intl. Realty
It is with great pleasure that we are able to present for sale Fox Run in Cornish New Hampshire. This very special estate was created by the renowned architect Charles Platt during the heyday of the Cornish Art Colony period, late 1800's through the mid 1900's . He was famous for his country house designs with strong Italian Villa influence. Also important in his architectural designs was coordinating the landscape and gardens to flow with the entire creation. He worked with the well respected landscape designer Ellen Biddle Shipman to create the gardens at Fox Run. The view of Mt . Ascutney is a focal point that he drew upon in the placement of the house and gardens. The approach to the 60.5 acre estate meanders past meadows, a pond and through majestic trees that line the driveway. The main house includes 5 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, powder room, country kitchen, dining room, library, office and living room. The guest house, attached to the barn, has 2 bedrooms, bath and living room/kitchen. The extensive barn has a workshop and parking for multiple cars. This is truly a piece of history that rarely becomes available for sale .

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