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http://www.PaulMcInnis.com - This property is to be sold via a Sealed Bid Auction. Bids due my mail, e-mail, or fax to Auctioneers office on Thursday, March 25th, 2010 by 5:00 p.m. The Henry Sherburne House, recognized for its dignity and classic proportions, is located at 62 Deer Street in the heart of downtown Portsmouths Hill District. This four-level, circa 1725, 4,500± square foot high-style Georgian home has been historically restored to its early 1800s interpretation, as well as updated to meet all of todays expected amenities. Original architectural and decorative features along with many modern interpretations have been blended and carefully executed. This property was renovated for use as a residence and antique gallery, but could easily be adapted to many other uses allowed...
INFO: http://www.SDARealEstate.com 603.433.6688 Sandy Domina Associates | Gorgeous river views and dock access from this turn-key twin chimney colonial in the Historic South End. Magnificently restored fireplaces everywhere! Extra bedrooms on third floor. Warm, welcoming, this olde towne home comes with expansion plans and variance included in sale. Across from new River Walk.
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