Seacoast New Hampshire is filled with historic homes from centuries ago, and now one of them could be yours for $1.7M.
The Tuttle Family homestead is located on 151 Dover Point Road and presented by Sean Fellows and Tony Jalbert of Tate & Foss. The property dates back to 1789, which is the same year that George Washington visited the Seacoast according to the agency.
The property is adjacent to the popular Tendercrop Farm, previously known as Tuttle Farm for 378 years according to NBC. A man by the name of John Tuttle started the farm back in 1632, and it would be passed down in the family for over 11 generations until 2010, when it was sold. The house itself was built by members of the Tuttle Family.
Located on a scenic piece of farmland, the 4 bed, 5 bath, 3,554 square foot home has undergone “meticulous improvements that have brought the connecting structures to the pinnacle” of 21st century quality.
Those who live in this charming, rustic home can enjoy its “exquisite craftsmanship”, spacious fields of farmland, and beautiful sunsets, as well as living steps away from Tendercrop Farm and its annual Sunflower Festival.
The Tuttle Family homestead is a sort of chameleon that could serve a variety of purposes. For instance, the agents mention the property’s potential to serve as a bed & breakfast or office space, amongst other ideas. There’s no shortage of things you could do.
So, let’s take a look inside and see what this historic home has to offer.