Architect James Hillary-Designed “Oak Hill” Pending Sale in Dublin, NH
$3,650,000 | Built 1960 | 9,484 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 6.5 Baths | 94.7 Acres
105 Lake Road, Dublin, New Hampshire, United States, 03444
Designed by Architect James Hillary M.A.I and built in 1960 for Dartmouth Egyptologist, Ray Winfield Smith, to house his collection of antiquities, Oak Hill is an impressive 9,500 square foot residence perched high above Dublin Lake. The 94.7 acre estate is pending sale after hitting the market for $3.65 million in Dublin, New Hampshire. Accessed by a long winding, paved drive to a high knoll on the north ridge of Mount Monadnock, the site offers absolute privacy and spectacular westerly views to mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont. Its 94 acres abuts the over 5,000 protected acres of the Grand Monadnock Reserve. One of the premier hiking trails, can be accessed directly from the property. Featuring natural high-quality materials, including pecky cypress and native stone, the residence offers large entertaining rooms & five bedrooms and seven baths on multiple levels are serviced by an elevator, including a deluxe master suite on the top level. The lowest level has a glass enclosed pool with a retractable roof. A tennis court is another recreational amenity. Many patios and decks on each level allow extensive opportunities for outdoor living, appreciating the matchless views. The current owners have enlarged the residence and enhanced Architect James Hillary’s vision. Oak Hill is pending sale and on the market for $3.65 million with Michelle Carter of Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty.