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Callander Farm 
New Boston, NH

Farm Details

Solid and Well-Designed 24’ x 36' Gambrel Barn

  • Converted 1st floor from workshop to barn in 1993

  • Full concrete foundation

  • Fully insulated walls and ceiling on main floor

  • 50-Amp sub panel from house

  • Propane-fired Modine wall heater

  • 30 Gallon Rheem propane water heater

  • Hot & cold-water faucets in aisle

  • Walk-up gambrel loft 

  • Hay door faces driveway for easy loading from any size truck

  • Fire alarm system - active but not monitored now (Securitas Tech)

For the Horses (or other livestock) and Their People

  • Rubber padded aisle

  • 3-10’ x 12’ Matted box stalls, one in/out: 

    • In/out opens into a cedar-fenced (with wire pet fencing inside) grass paddock

  • Built-in grain box

  • Saddle and bridle racks

  • Wall cabinet storage

  • Outdoor concrete pad wash rack with crossties

  • Easy-access manure pit


24' x 48' Equipment Shed 

  • Truss construction 

  • Concrete footings with dirt floor

  • Metal roof and wood-sided 

  • Field behind the shed has PVC drainage  



  • Paddock attached to barn w/wire fencing for dog safety

  • Largest paddock surrounds house

  • Third paddock to right of driveway

Other Outdoor Features:

Gunite Kidney Shaped Wide Stairway Pool 

  • Replaced cement coping, decorative tiles and acid cleaned in 2010 


Pool House 

  • Houses heater & pump 

  • Pump & filter replaced in 2023 


Wood Shed 

On and Offsite Trails 

  • To east trail improved by rock culvert 

  • Open to adjacent 100 acres of town forest to South 

  • To South permission (ongoing for 30 years) for use of trail – horses, bikes, hiker and wheel, non-motorized vehicles. 

  • The system opens both ends to dirt roads, tar roads, and connecting wood trails.  


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 before purchase.  Don’t assume that because you see a property for sale or neighboring properties being used a certain way, you can do the same.  Zoning regulations can change, some properties may “grandfathered” or operate 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.

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