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More than just a house for horses and sheep, Prentice Sanger created a masterpiece in every structure he created. The architect for the Fells once owned by John Hay, created a cattle barn for his summer estate. In 2003, it was transformed into a masterpiece private residence. Keeping the stone and wood architectural details intact complete with a stone silo great for a wine cellar, pantry and meditation tower. Sanger is known for his soaring exposed wood and stone details. With 6 Bedrooms, 6 baths, which includes two bunk rooms with 10 bunks! A large mudroom, radiant heated floors, a central fieldstone double fireplace in the great room, master suite with window seat perfect for curling up with a book on a sunfilled afternoon, a master bath with soaking tub with a stunning view, gourmet kitchen with gas fired pizza oven and large dining space for big family gatherings. The lower level is a wonderful space for watching the game or playing foose ball in the large family room complete with a full wet bar and fridge. An expansive lawn, and views of Mt Sunapee and a large deck perfect for outdoor barbecues and enjoying the sunsets. Across the lawn is a charming stone milk house which was converted into a one bedroom guest house with kitchen and a cozy living room. Just minutes to Mt Sunapee and Lake Sunapee. A very unique offering for the very unique buyer.

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Listed by Margaret Weathers of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
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