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Renovated Arts and Crafts home with pond views wants $3.6M

With a custom-built English conservatory straight out of a Dickens novel

Colonial-style house with dormer windows and portico entrance.
Built in the 1920s, the home underwent a complete renovation in 2002.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Hanover, New Hampshire

Price: $3,600,000

An elegantly reimagined Colonial-style residence is on the market in Hanover, New Hampshire. Originally built in 1923, it was completely renovated in 2002 by noted architect David Sellers, who redid the interiors in the style of Arts and Crafts, rendering each space in warm, wood accents.

The stately house measures 6,443 square feet and encompasses five bedrooms, five full bathrooms plus a partial bath, and a handsome, cozy living area anchored by a double-sided hearth, and an open kitchen and dining area—all bedecked with gorgeous built-ins and mill work.

Off this space is a most charming custom-built English conservatory straight out of a Dickens novel. There’s even a wine cellar for over 1,500 bottles. Though the bedrooms and bathrooms are not pictured, we can only imagine that they would be as well-appointed as the common areas.

What’s more, the gardens and outdoor areas have been designed with the utmost care as well. A large deck lines the living room and looks out onto terraced gardens, stone walls, a heated pool, and, of course, Occom Pond, with the Connecticut River just beyond it.

Located at 20 Rope Ferry Road, just steps from Dartmouth College, the magazine-featured property is offered at $3.6 million.