Bean Group / Bedford
Bean Group / Bedford
Harold (Buddy) Pope, Bean Group / BedfordPhone: (603) 562-5186
Email: [email protected]
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Single FamilyFor Sale
$1,800,000
21a Gray Hill Road
Peterborough, NH 03458
Courtesy of Four Seasons SIR - Andrew Peterson
MLS: New England Real Estate Network, Inc.
5Beds
3Baths
8,425Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$9,391/mo

Miles of dense New England forest, with 3200 foot high Grand Monadnock in the far distance, is the view from the covered slate terraces and many paned windows of this handsome, two story Dutch Colonial estate located just minutes drive from Peterborough village center. Approached by a private drive lined with laurels, this beautifully preserved and updated residence, which was home to the inventor of Monopoly, George Parker also served as the original model for the Clue board game, is attractively set on an over 19 acre privacy ensuring parcel of encompassing broad stone wall bound fields and extraordinary formal gardens. Built c.1790 with major additions in 1925 by the Parker family, the property includes a twelve room, three and one half bath Main House, featuring a c.1769 Samuel McIntryre staircase, originally in the Watson-Parker house in Salem, Massachusetts, a four bedroom two bath guest house, previously a wing of the original 1790’s farmstead, Detached 35x35 heated garage barn, woodshed, equipment shed, additional outbuildings including original ice house and hand made tree house. The South and North formal gardens include fountains and statuary, formal rose bushes dating from 1938, a fenced vegetable garden with screen house gazebo, waterfalls, mature plantings and vintage stone sitting areas. A one of a kind country estate...rich in history and such graceful dignity as is seldom seen.

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