A long, beautiful approach leads to this stylish Federal perched high on a hill overlooking a perfectly quiet & rural country road, the majority of which is in conservation. Based upon the long since razed Governor Levi Woodbury mansion in Portsmouth NH, this reproduction has been reduced in depth to accommodate the building site while maintaining the exact proportions of the original façade. The hand-crafted interior details borrow design cues from the many preserved sea captain's mansions of the Piscataqua River region of New Hampshire & Maine, including the completely handmade "Piscataqua Staircase" with alternating hand turned balusters, subrail, end panels & scrolls, & an open newel post. Exquisite fine finishes & built-ins are found throughout the home & include ornate trim work & oversized moldings. The house offers 3 flrs of living space with formal living rm, country kitchen with dining & sitting area, 4 en suite bdrms, family rm & office. The 1st level boasts 10'+ ceilings, 2nd level has 9'+ ceilings & the 3rd flr have 8'+ ceilings. The walkout LL includes a half bath & high ceilings for two possible add'l rooms. A potential pool site is a short distance from the LL French doors. A truly special property. The beautiful town of Roxbury has 3,800 acres of woodlands, waterways & farms that are conserved as open space. There are 32 preserves, including several within walking distance, that offer 30 miles of hiking trails & gorgeous vistas. Less than two hours from NYC.
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