The NH Preservation Alliance will showcase particular properties for sale if they are significant, endangered, or have been involved somehow with our services. Those who wish to list their property on this page are encouraged to become members and to contact Jennifer Goodman.  

North Weare Schoolhouse

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the historic 1 ½ story brick North Weare Schoolhouse was built c. 1855 and stands on approx. ½ acre marked by granite posts and fencing.  

Illustration from  The History of Weare, New Hampshire.

Illustration from The History of Weare, New Hampshire.

The main room measures 30’x40’ with an attached wood building that measures 16’x49’.  Inside, the building retains much of its original detailing.  A curving wooden staircase with rounded handrail leads to the upper level.  The main school room features a narrow vertical board tongue and groove siding underneath a chalk railing which circumscribes the room.  The pressed tin ceiling, added in the late 19th or early 20th century displays a decorative cornice and a field comprised of square and rectangular panels decorated by urns and geometric patterns with anthemion at the corners. 

The building is considered to be 75% restored with two new furnaces, alarm system, plumbing, wiring and electric.  It offers many possibilities.  Located at 39 Old Concord Coach Rd (NH Rt. 77).

Asking $200,000. Call Stanton Ekdahl at 603-497-3683. For Sale by Owner.

Bradford Hillside Cape


c.1804 house on Rt. 114, north of Bradford Village. The house must be disassembled and moved by summer 2018, with preference given to a new location in New Hampshire (and even greater preference given to a new location within the Kearsarge Region). 

House features original details, including paneling, windows, doors, trim, hardware, and remnants of an Italianate porch (added in c.1900, but since removed). 

The house was last inhabited in the 1970s, but is in good structural shape. Asking $5,000. Interested parties should call John Mock at (603) 748-1798. 



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