Tunnicliff Farm


40’ x 60’ Timberframe Barn – Built in 2011


  • 12’ Lean-to's running the length of the barn on both sides. One houses a chicken coop with 36' more for tractors and storage. The other provides shelter for horses in the in/out stalls.


Barn’s Main Level:


  • 5 -12’ x 12’ In-out stalls with Dutch doors and swing-out thermal water buckets

  • 12’ Aisle

  • 12’ x 12’ Heated feed room with utility sink (heating system installed but not connected)

  • 12’ x’ 12 Heated tack room (same)

  • 12’ x ’24 Utility room with wood-fired heating system. Permit application states that there is to be a propane system.

  • 12’ x 21’ Entry room w/stairs up to living quarters

Barn’s Upper Level:

  • Massive, studded/partially finished 1,600 s/f timber frame apartment

  • Rough electrical, some rough plumbing, some sheetrock in place – finish it your way!

  • 2 BR state-approved, installed and yet-to-be-used septic system, separate from the house

  • Radiant heat off barn boiler.

  • Water and electrical main line need to be brought in


1805 40’ x 60’ Antique Pole Barn - with a little love this would be a great barn for animals, tractors and/or hay storage. Roof needs serious attention.

15’ x 60’ Shed-Style Barn - w/electricity. Built for a sawmill. Sugar house w/evaporator at the far end. Shed lean-to houses farm fuel tanks with outside fill pipes for on farm gas and diesel.

The Land

  • Incredible views over Newfound Lake to the mountains beyond

  • 56.7 Total acres – land on both sides of the road, 47 acres with the house (about 6.25 in fields) and 9.7 acres across the lane (about 7 acres in fields)

  • Conservation easement to the town of Bristol

  • Fencing is started with balance of fence posts on site to finish

  • Simply landscaped with perennials and fruit trees

  • Abuts Catteral Forest - several lots that are conserved with the Society for the Protection of NH


3D Virtual Tour - LIVE LINK to walk-through tour

Aerial Photos

We highly recommend that you contact the local zoning, planning and/or building department to confirm your intended use of any property as part of your due diligence prior to purchase.  Don’t assume that because you see a property for sale or neighboring properties being used a certain way that you can do the same.  Zoning regulations can change, some properties may “grandfathered” or operating under a variance or special exception that may not be transferable to you so you should always verify for yourself that you can use, expand or modify a property in the manner you intend.