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Location: Ipswich, New Hampshire
Built in 1804, Appleton Manor is a Federal style home topped with a mansard roof that appears to have been added in the late 19th century. Located on 13 acres in Ipswich, New Hampshire, the stately manse boasts rich period architecture characterized by incredible woodwork like extensive paneling, gorgeous wide-plank pine flooring, decorative molding, exposed beams, and more.
Seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, eight fireplaces, formal dining (with exquisite vintage wallpaper depicting Dufour?s Monuments of Paris), multiple sitting rooms, and an updated kitchen with cherry cabinets unfurl across 6,600 square feet, all presented in a color palette of dusty yellow, green, gray, pink, and ivory. Bedrooms are spacious, many with fireplaces, and are appointed with transportive historic details.
A ?gentleman?s club?-style club, game room basement, carriage house, 12-stall antique barn, swimming pool, horse-riding path, spring-fed pond, a brook, log cabin, and a covered bridge round out the property. Located at 599 Turnpike Road, it?s offered at $995,000.
Via: Sotheby?s International Realty