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Squam Lake Woolen Mill began operations in 1840 in what was known as Holderness Village on the Squam River. By 1868 the thriving textile village became known as Ashland. Rich in history (celebrating 150 yrs.), the village now boasts some of the finest turn of the century homes in the Lakes Region. A stone's throw to the center of Town, sits this classic, turn of the century New Englander. Rounded walls, high ceilings and a farmer's porch harken back to the days of true craftsmanship. Ames Brook frames the East side of the property with a large level lawn - just begging for play or gardening on the fertile soil. Explore the attached 3-level barn that was once used to raise pheasants for NH Fish and Game… it would make a great workshop for an in-home business. Priced well below assessed value it is a lot of building for the money.

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