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Listed by Charles Crannell of Peabody and Smith Realty
Welcome to the Jermiah Hutchins Tavern a former stage coach tavern with a unique combination of architecture from the Federal era with period finishes and blend of family history. Jeremiah Hutchins was an early settler (1795-1799) whose family called the Upper Bath Village Home. The tavern has had many updates over recent years with kitchen, baths, roof, wiring, septic, generator, and more. A lot of the original integrity still exists; the master suite is where the original ballroom was on the second floor of the home.The home has five large bedrooms and 4 baths, 9 fireplaces. Truly a one of a kind property with so few left that has the blend of architecture here. Proudly listed on the National Register of Historic Homes. Approx. 15 miles to downtown Littleton, close to all the North Country amenities, skiing, golf, hiking, boating. This is a property for the antique lover at best!

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