Introducing the historic Tuttle Family homestead, c. 1789, the year George Washington visited the Seacoast! Since 2015, a series of meticulous improvements have brought the connecting structures to the pinnacle of twenty-first-century quality. No detail has been spared. You’ll find exquisite craftsmanship in every single room. All baths have been completed at the absolute highest levels of style. The barn, dominated by a stone fireplace, has been converted into beautiful rustic living space with charm and character evocative of ancient New England roots. A vaulted ceiling and open upstairs space create an unusually warm and inviting area for entertainment or relaxation. The property offers uninterrupted Andrew Wyeth-like views of conservation and farm land. The fully custom, well-appointed kitchen evolves around another massive stone fireplace. Here are beautiful exposed wooden beams and stylish flooring. The property lies in Dover’s low-density residential zoning district which allows for many different uses including Bed & Breakfast, Office, Education, Multiple Dwellings, among many others. The original home, which could comfortably convert to any one of those uses, remains ready to accommodate your vision and finishing touches.
Listed by Sean Fellows, Tate & Foss Sotheby's International Rlty
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