Resting upon a 120-acre rural hillside, this 17,500 square-foot residence has unencumbered mountain views to the east, south and west. The exterior design palette for the public side is a more formal Tudor style of architecture, including intricate brick detailing; while the materials for the private side tend toward a more casual mountain-home style of architecture with a natural stone base and hand-cut wood siding.

Primary living spaces and the master bedroom suite, are located on the main level, with guest accommodations on the upper floor of the main house and upper floor of the garage. The interior material palette was carefully chosen to match the stunning collection of antique furniture and artifacts, gathered from around the country. From the elegant kitchen to the cozy screened porch, this residence captures the beauty of the White Mountains and embodies classic New Hampshire living.

Photographer: Joseph St. Pierre

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louise added this to livingroom28 December 2016

La décoration de la table à café

jenniferruth added this to Sun Porches, Sun Rooms, and Conservatories25 May 2015

Those are imposingly large rocks making up the opening to the fireplace. I think the rug goes a long way toward making this room feel cozy.

lorettaleblanc added this to 2015 homes27 January 2015

regular fireplace or woodstove-luv the windows

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