Antique Home For Sale in Southwest NH. Hello and welcome to this stately antique home, known as "The Parsonage". This is one of the older houses in town having been built around 1785 by Jacob Amidon and inherited by his son Otis, both prominent men in Chesterfield. In the 1870’s the Amidons gave the property to the Methodist Church. In 1925 the property was presented to the Chesterfield Community Club and in the late 40’s it was purchased by the Parker family. The current owner, who is offering this antique home for sale, is a veteran craftsman and has been performing careful restoration. Some of the period details still intact include original doors, mantels, built in cupboards, and front staircase. Improvements include new well, septic, and heating system. Major structural improvements in the basement of this antique home for sale include poured footings and 32" walls to support the stone foundation, poured concrete floor with footings under all structural columns. Replaced or repaired sills. Entire inside of basement pointed and some outside. Repaired clapboards and soffits and facia, painted exterior. Windows glazed and painted.If you are a lover of period details and authenticity, then you must see this antique home.
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