Weare, New Hampshire

Price: Free (must be moved)

Contact: Jerry Shinn, 603-529-7539

This white clapboard Gothic Revival was once home to Arthur and Hazel Eastman, proprietors of an adjacent general store known as the Wal-Mart of its day here in Weare, New Hampshire. The house's rear ell was built way back in 1766. About 100 years later, the front addition was constructed, giving the house its distinctive character. Now the owner of a nearby lumberyard is looking for someone to move the house so he can expand his business.
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