28 Apr Home for Sale – 21 Buttonwood Dr., Hollis, NH 03049
Just Listed !!
21 Buttonwood Dr., Hollis, NH 03049
$299,000 As Is
About This Home
If you are looking to live in Hollis, NH, want a true bargain and are willing to go through some renovations, this property could be for you! This four bedroom, two and a half bath, 2080 square foot home, sits on two acres of land in a prime Hollis neighborhood. Located at 21 Buttonwood Drive, Hollis, NH 03049, just off of South Merrimack Rd., this home is just minutes from Amherst Street, Rt. 101 and Rt. 3. Great location, close to shopping and dining options in Amherst, Nashua and Merrimack. This home is also in the Hollis-Brookline School District.
21 Buttonwood features an unfinished daylight walk-out basement… offering great potential for additional living space or entertainment areas. The family room has a wood burning fire place and wide pine floors with hardwood flooring throughout first and second levels of this home. The formal dining room has a built-in China cabinet. The master bedroom with 3/4 bath, is large and three more good size bedrooms complete the current living quarters.
Outside, the yard is surrounded by woods, is private and adjacent homes are barely visible.
Let’s be clear, this is a home with “good bones” but requires work to get up to current neighborhood standards. Priced at $299,000 as is, this home has a lot of upward “value” potential for the right buyers who have resources to do home improvements and renovation: windows, roof, siding, cosmetic interior updates, and landscaping. The size and quality of construction are there….this home just needs your TLC!
If you want to live in Hollis and are looking for the right ticket in….here is your chance – 21 Buttonwood Dr., Hollis, NH 03049.
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About Hollis, NH…
In 1746, Hollis received its charter from the Royal Governor of New Hampshire, Benning Wentworth, and established the town government. During the fifteen years between the arrival of Anna and Peter Powers and its official recognition as a chartered township, Hollis grew from one family in a wilderness on the fringes of what is now Silver Lake, to forty-three families with a church, a graveyard, and a town common.
By the time of the Revolutionary War, Hollis was the residence of two hundred and eighty families scattered over about thirty square miles. It was a town which had developed a patina of civilization with a productive town government, home to both farmers and tradesmen. This gentle society was to be disrupted by British attempts to subdue the rebellious Minutemen at Lexington and Concord.
Shortly after the close of the Revolutionary War, the population of Hollis was nearly fourteen hundred fifty. The town had at least two taverns, one church, several schools, and about two hundred fifty homes. The roads that ran through Hollis carried commerce from Amherst, Pepperell, Milford, Nashua, and Boston. Patch’s Corner at the crossing of the present South Merrimack and Silver Lake roads boasted a general store, cooper shops, blacksmith and a shoemaker.
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