This beautiful, historic home is hidden away on 24 wooded acres on a gravel road in southwest New Hampshire. It's a short distance from Keene, a little further to Brattleboro, Vermont, and just a bit further than that to Amherst, Massachusetts. They're all great to visit.
The home itself was built in 1774 and occupied by a Revolutionary War family. Additions over the centuries make it an experience of quiet nature, wood heat, rich furnishings, and modern amenities. Spring, summer, fall, and winter, it's a beautiful rustic space.
The house has five bedrooms (1 king, 2 queens, and 2 single beds). You'll lose count of the fireplaces and wood-burning stoves that lend to the ambiance and keep the house warm for you in fall and winter. (A charge for firewood and training on safe operation of the wood-burning amenities applies.)
Though it has all the charm of its historic roots, the home has a new kitchen and modern amenities to keep you comfortable and connected. Make this your annual relaxation space -- or home base for all the activities and sights that New England has to offer, including hiking, swimming, kayaking or canoeing, golf, horseback riding, skiing, snowshoeing, skating, and so much more.