72 South Elmwood Road Hancock, NH listed by Buddy Pope of BEAN GROUP

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Real Estate Agent with BEAN GROUP

BUYERS RESPOND PLEASE:

Which description should I go with?

 

LOOK AT THE PHOTOS, THEN READ THE DESCRIPTIONS AND LET ME KNOW WHICH YOU LIKE BETTER.  YES, THIS IS A SURVEY AND NO THERE ARE NO PRIZES EXCEPT FOR THE LUCKY BUYER OF THIS HOME OF COURSE!! 

 

DESCRIPTION A)

Forget about the BASS fishing and the Canoeing and the Bird watching and the outdoor BBQ area and the fields and the mountain views and the proximity to Peterborough and the lovely town of Hancock, NH itself... FORGET about farmer's markets and antiquarian pursuits and some of the BEST NH swimming lakes and the community supported agriculture and fresh organically grown vegetables and the renowned Hancock Inn, the exceptional library.  FORGET ABOUT ALL THAT!  Concentrate instead on the house that could not be built from scratch for less than a million dollars and see that this is a quality home in and of itself and one that if you are even the least bit interested in Hancock, NH you will want to see.  REMEMBER THAT!

 

DESCRIPTION B)

Bass fishing and bird watching paradise... Enjoy it all from this timeless, private, architect designed and custom built, contemporary home. Jaw dropping stone chimney set against cathedral spaces and perfect window placement to catch and reflect sun from cherry, fir and oak floors! Magical interior space, wet bars and fireplaces. The master bedroom suite is 100% nice and comfortable with its own make-up room. Views of the pond/mountains from most rooms. Extremely well landscaped property with canoe shed, open fields and unobstructed views of mountains and pond, walking paths and a stone-built fireplace for bbq's... Overall, a superlative, high-end home! Hancock nh is home to farmer's markets, antiquarian pursuits, several of nh's best lakes, norway pond for residents only, skatutakee and bald mountains, the harris center conservation center, historic inns... Canoe from your own land to one of nh's covered bridges and float for miles along the contoocook river. Life is good.

YOUR VOTE:  ________???

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