177 W Brook Rd

Farm/Ranch

177 W Brook Rd, WeldME 04285

Property Details

Location

Address
177 W Brook Rd, WeldME 04285
County
Franklin
Submarket
Parcels
10-003

Building Size

Building Size

Building Details

Type
 Farm/Ranch
Number of Buildings
Occupancy Type
Single Tenant
Building Class
Building Status
Existing
Floors
Year Built
Sprinklers
Parking Ratio

Land & Utilities

Land (Acres)
18 Acres
Land (SF)
784,080 SF
Sanitary Sewer
Yes
Water
Yes
Rail Service
No
Zoning
RURAL
Lot Depth
Lot Width

Contacts

Current Listings

The Leonard Storer Home

18 Acres$599,985

18 Acres. Just 1 mile from Webb Lake! The Leonard Storer home was built around 1820 on the farm first settled by Isaac and Lucretia Storer in 1805. It remained in the Storer family until Ruth Chandler Stevens bought it in 1980 as a summer home. Upon her husband's death, Ruth's niece Amy Chandler bought the home and began a 10 year labor of love modernizing it. Working with her mother, father and brother Amy designed the custom home with incredible detail. There is an abundance of natural light to accent the pine tongue and groove walls in the open concept kitchen/family room. The kitchen cabinets are all custom crafted with equestrian accent pulls and handles. The family room has a brick hearth with built in wood boxes and bookcases. A laundry room off the kitchen contains a half bath with a utility sink, perfect for cleaning the trout caught in the nearby brook. Two bedrooms, a full bath and living room with wood stove complete the first floor. Upstairs is another bedroom with built in drawers, a bath and office area with custom book shelves and drawers. The horse barn contains two 12 x 12 stalls with mats, hot and cold water, heated tack room, feed room, large loft and extensive lighting. There is 24 hour access to individual paddocks, with 2 additional accessible paddocks. 18 acres await in this pastoral equestrian retreat. Will you be only the third family to own this luxury property?

18 Acres. Just 1 mile from Webb Lake! The Leonard Storer home was built around 1820 on the farm first settled by Isaac and Lucretia Storer in 1805. It remained in the Storer family until Ruth Chandler Stevens bought it in 1980 as a summer home. Upon her husband's death, Ruth's niece Amy Chandler bought the home and began a 10 year labor of love modernizing it. Working with her mother, father and brother Amy designed the custom home with incredible detail. There is an abundance of natural light to accent the pine tongue and groove walls in the open concept kitchen/family room. The kitchen cabinets are all custom crafted with equestrian accent pulls and handles. The family room has a brick hearth with built in wood boxes and bookcases. A laundry room off the kitchen contains a half bath with a utility sink, perfect for cleaning the trout caught in the nearby brook. Two bedrooms, a full bath and living room with wood stove complete the first floor. Upstairs is another bedroom with built in drawers, a bath and office area with custom book shelves and drawers. The horse barn contains two 12 x 12 stalls with mats, hot and cold water, heated tack room, feed room, large loft and extensive lighting. There is 24 hour access to individual paddocks, with 2 additional accessible paddocks. 18 acres await in this pastoral equestrian retreat. Will you be only the third family to own this luxury property?

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