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Timbering Hill Farm
New Boston, NH

Farm Details 

33’ x 76’ Antique Barn w/15’ x 20’ Stall Addition added In 2017

  • 50-Amp subpanel and updated wiring in conduit

  • Frost-free hydrant

  • 7-Year old asphalt shingle roof

  • Concrete aisle in one section

  • Loft holds 800 bales of hay

  • Feed room

  • Storage room

  • Tack room w/mounted saddle racks

  • Henhouse built-in with an outdoor run

  • 18’ x 29’ Horse or livestock area & 14’ x 19’ stall open to livestock wire-fenced yard


Other Features:

  • Over 4 acres of fenced turnout

  • 60’ Round pen with sand/clay footing


This structure sits behind the house and is an architectural delight!  Probably used for the family cows, work horses and sheep in the day, it has been housing horses, goats, and more over the past several years. Besides room for animals, there are unfinished spaces for any number of ideas you might bring.


The Cottage at Timbering Hill

  • About 400’ square feet, and CUTE!

  • Insulated, new roof, siding, double-paned windows, and interior finish in 2019

  • Enjoy a charming pine interior, sitting room with cozy pellet stove, bedroom, and bath with shower.

  • Newly screened 12’ x 21’ porch


The cottage has a history and was a nature-inspired preschool in its last life.  Now, it’s ready for your guests, as your “home” office or even an Airbnb with approvals. Who doesn’t want to wake up to peace and quiet?


Other Property Features:

  • 100 Watt owned solar panel array

  • A permanently installed portable generator

  • The ability to wander in the woods, your OWN woods for walks, snowshoeing, or horseback riding.

It’s difficult to find a property such as this in southern New Hampshire anymore - one that’s accessible to shopping, only 35 minutes from the airport, 15 minutes to a challenging golf course and downhill skiing, and with many local restaurants to choose from nearby.  You’re free to enjoy the peacefulness of home without isolation.  

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.

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