New Hampshire Home and Studio For Sale

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Aug 16, 2019

Home and custom-built potter’s studio for sale in Lake Sunapee region of New Hampshire:

It is the former property of Sam Wild, who was a studio potter in New Hampshire for almost fifty years—first in Potter Place and, starting in 2003, in Wilmot where he had built a custom studio adjacent to his new home.

The studio, 28’x 38’, has 200 amp electric service, windows on three sides looking out onto a lush green landscape, a kiln room that accommodated three kilns; and, a gallery space with bamboo flooring, built-in storage cabinets and countertops, glass shelving, and windows on two sides.  The entire first floor of the studio has radiant heat in the floor.  There is also a full heated basement under the studio and attic storage space above.  

The 1800+ sq. ft., three-bedroom home is solar powered electric, open concept and has lots of natural light, exposed beams, new hardwood floors on the first floor and new carpet upstairs where there are two large bedrooms, one with walk-in closet, and second bath. 

The home and studio are located a few hundred yards off a scenic highway on a cul-de-sac with only one other home, in a peaceful and verdant village.

Please contact Anne Marie Appel, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate The Milestone Team at: Annemarie@bhgmilestone.com or (603) 526-4116

Anne Marie Appel, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate The Milestone Team at: Annemarie@bhgmilestone.com or (603) 526-4116

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