30 Nov Lovely 4 Bedroom Colonial for Sale! 38 Westview Rd., Brookline, NH
38 Westview Rd., Brookline, NH
Offered at $637,500
About This Lovely Brookline, NH Colonial
This lovely Colonial is a spacious three-Bedroom, two and a half bath, Brookline home nestled on a private two acre lot!
Enter the home through the main front door, side front door… or through the two-car attached garage. From the garage, your journey will also lead into a small mudroom area, a half- bath, and the first-floor, dedicated laundry room also with pantry storage.
When entering through the main front door you’ll find a large formal dining room with natural wood chair rail detail, as are most of the doorframes and accents in this charming Colonial. The large, tiled eat-in kitchen with updated appliances has a substantial island with seating and storage. Granite counters complete the look on your way to the sliding doors that lead out to the deck and screened porch.
The front to back living room just off of the kitchen offers a fireplace, lovely wide plank wood flooring, and French doors that lead out to the spacious screened porch.
The second floor offers a large primary suite with walk-in closet, and full bathroom with dual sink vanity, separate claw-foot soaking tub and shower. Two additional bedrooms and a full bathroom complete the second floor layout. The third floor also offers a finished room that can be used as a guest space or home office. It also accesses a large attic storage area.
There is even more finished space in the walk-out lower level with a large den area and pellet stove for cozy winter heating! More storage options, with a large utility room and built in shelves are also located in the finished lower level.
This home has been meticulously maintained and is move-in ready. For complete MLS Info sheet click HERE
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About Brookline, NH
A town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 4,991 at the 2010 census. Brookline is home to the Talbot-Taylor Wildlife Sanctuary, Potanipo Pond, and the Brookline Covered Bridge.
First a part of Dunstable, Massachusetts, then settled as West Hollis, New Hampshire, the town was granted in 1769 as “Raby”. New Hampshire Governor John Wentworth named it after his cousin, the 4th Earl of Strafford and Baron of Raby Castle.
The town was renamed in 1798 at the suggestion of a leading citizen in town originally from Brookline, Massachusetts. By 1859, when the population was 718, there were eight sawmills and one gristmill, as well as a sash and blind shop. In the earlier days of the town, Brookline was known throughout southern New Hampshire for producing lumber, charcoal and casks. The Boston and Maine Railroad eventually branched into Brookline in 1892. The train station that served Brookline during the railroad’s tenure in the town has since been renovated into a private residential home. A large fraction of the area that was once railroad track is now New Hampshire Route 13.
Brookline is home to a thriving K-6 grade school system. Richard Maghakian Memorial School, an elementary school for grades K-3, and Captain Samuel Douglass Academy, which caters to children in grades 4-6, strive to provide a traditional education for its students focusing on STEM and the Arts to provide solidly based education. Brookline is part of a cooperative school district with the neighboring town of Hollis, sharing a middle and high school Cooperative district with the neighboring town of Hollis.
This is a 136-acre water body located in Hillsborough County in southern New Hampshire, United States, in the town of Brookline. Potanipo Pond is the source of the Nissitissit River, which flows via the Nashua River into the Merrimack River, and then to the Gulf of Maine.
A part of this bridge was originally part of the entrance to the Covered Bridge Craft Store in Nashua, NH. When the store closed, the bridge entrance was saved by the Town of Brookline, which had the bridge completed and placed it at the old railroad crossing over the Nissitissit River, which still had abutments and piers.
Photo: Matthew D. Cosgro, Nashua City Station Railroad History
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