The David Dexter House is a historic house on Lincoln Heights in northern Claremont, New Hampshire. Built about 1790, it is a prominent local example of Federal period architecture, and was home to David Dexter, whose early mills were the first in the city's industrial history. The house was moved to its present location in 1975 to avoid demolition, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The David Dexter House is a historic 1789 post and beam and one of the more stately homes in the area. Steeped in local history and masterfully restored to a high level of comfortable elegance, this home is truly one of a kind. Looking for a home located in the heart of Claremont just Like out of the pages of Better Homes & Garden? This 6 Bedroom, 6 Fire Place & 6 Bath Colonial is magazine worthy. The first floor design allows you to have a eat in kitchen, formal dining room, a den and a oversized family room with Indian shutters built in the windows. This home features 6 fire places, all with gas hook ups, 2 Jet bathtubs, a steam shower in 3 Master bedroom & 3 walk in closets, Also Leased Solar on the Garage. All this situated on a 1.4 acre lot in a welcoming, cozy, cul-de-sac neighborhood and close to major routes.
Kimberly Matson, BH&G - The Masiello Group.
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Listing information last updated on June 6th, 2020 at 4:36am EDT.