04 Jun Stunning Hollis, NH Custom Home for Sale! 33 South Depot Rd, Hollis, NH 03049
33 South Depot Rd. Hollis, NH 03049
Offered at $779,000
Stunning Hollis, NH Custom Home for Sale! 33 South Depot Rd, Hollis, NH 03049
The Adams Home Team is proud to introduce this idyllic Custom Built home in an ultra convenient Hollis location with Nashua River frontage! Four Bedrooms, four Bathrooms, a three-car garage with over 4000 square feet of living space!
Enter this lovely home via the classic pillared cedar farmers porch into the bright and open two story foyer. To the left, the formal dining room has a tray ceiling and a beautifully crafted wood floor inlay pattern. The oversized eat-in kitchen includes natural light, a large center island with storage, seating, trash compactor, and gleaming quartz countertops that extend throughout. The bright kitchen with recessed, pendant, under cabinet, above cabinet lighting and upgraded appliances is a Chefs Dream Come True!
On the second floor, The Master Suite is complete with it’s beautiful, sunny bathroom, skylight & jetted soaking tub, and walk-in closet (with custom storage system). There are three additional berooms and a full bath on this floor. The hallway overlooks the lovely two story foyer.
Back on the first floor, The massive front to back family room with vaulted ceiling, stone gas fireplace is great for indoor entertaining or relaxing. The sunny four season sunroom leading from the eat-in kitchen accesses the composite deck with stairs to the UNBELIEVABLE Outside Patio and Living Space! Under the sun or the stars the outdoor patio offers a Granite Bar with Storage, Built in SS Propane grill, Double Burner Cooktop, Refrigerator, Storage and Prep Sink, Brick Pizza Oven and Fire-Pit with built in Low Wall Seating , lighting, speaker system & TV hook-up.!
The walk-out Finished Lower Level offers a 1/2 Bath, Bar with a Kegerator, Sink, Space for a Pool Table, and a Workout Area!
All that as well as proximity to shopping and Route 3. This home was featured in the Nashua Symphony’s Holiday House Tour!
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About Historic 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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33 South Depot Rd., Hollis, NH 03049
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Keller Williams Realty
20 Trafalgar Square Suite 101
Nashua, NH 03063
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