1875 Second Empire Sells for $650K in Dover, New Hampshire
SOLD | Built 1875 | 6,437 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 2.5+ Baths | 0.29 Acres
37 Summer Street, Dover, New Hampshire, United States, 03820
Built by Civil War Union Quartermaster Andrew Young in 1875, this beautiful Second Empire home has sold for $650,000 after being reduced to $685,000 in Dover, New Hampshire. The property hit the market in February for $750,000. Later owned by Dr. Hayes, a major figure in Dover History, this home features a full and grand library with a wood-burning fireplace, formal dining room, a parlor with an additional wood fireplace, up to 9 bedrooms possible on the second and third floors, five bathrooms, a maid’s quarters, butler’s pantry, cedar closet, inlaid wood floors, carved crown molding, ornate brass-and-crystal chandeliers with medallions, and a grand staircase. The yard is bursting with greenery and wild roses in the warmer months, and the porches are a perfect place to sit and enjoy the yard and the peaceful neighborhood. The property was on the market for $685,000 with Constance Spencer of Porcupine Real Estate. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.
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