GREAT BUILDING LOT IN THE PILLSBURY LAKE VILLAGE DISTRICT! 0.40ac in Webster, NH – Seller FINANCING (No Credit Check) at $24,999 with Only $5,999 Down – BUY NOW for ONLY $19,999 CASH!!
This 0.40-acre property is located in the Pillsbury Lake Village District and would be the perfect setting to build your dream home.
Pillsbury Lake Village District (“PLVD”) within the Town of Webster was established in 1967 for the community surrounding Pillsbury Lake. This was a subdivision of seasonal homes but has developed into primary homes for the majority of its residents. PLVD through a Board of Commissioners manages the well based water system, the recreational areas, clubhouse, Dam repair and maintenance and approximately 7 miles of infrastructure along the roads.
Area attractions include the Lehtinen Park (2.9 miles) – Lehtinen Park was named in honor of Gustaf Lehtinen, who was the City of Concord's first Planning Director, from 1936 to January 1976. Examples of Gus Lehtinen's foresight can be seen throughout Concord today. According to Bouton's History of Concord, in the early 1800s, this area was famous for trees that supplied masts for shops built on the seacoast. The best masts were from the northwesterly side of Horsehill. The trees were "drawn" to the Contoocook River to an area now called the "Mast Yard" and floated down to the Merrimack River.
Some of the trails in this network follow along the Contoocook River. The trails pass near areas where the Contoocook River floods during the spring. Parts of the trail follow an old railroad. This area is full of wildlife; bears have been frequently seen in this area. The NH Heroes Recreational Crossing connects these trails with the Mast Yard State Forest.
The Pierce Manse (10 miles) – The Pierce Manse is the only home ever owned and lived in by President Franklin Pierce, a New Hampshire native and the 14th President of the United States. Take a step back in time by touring President Pierce's historic home. Using hands-on objects, primary source documents, and visual clues in the historic house, visitors will learn about what life was like in the mid-19th century for Franklin Pierce, his wife Jane, and their two sons. The Manse is owned and operated by the volunteer Pierce Brigade, whose mission is to preserve the home and legacy of New Hampshire’s only president.
Shara Vineyards (10.3 miles) - Established in 2012, SHARA Vineyards is a small vineyard and artisan winery located in Concord, New Hampshire. The farmers and owners at SHARA Vineyards dedicate their hands and hearts to creating a thriving, diverse ecosystem for the vines. The mission is to craft wine that is deeply expressive of the New Hampshire hills that we call home -- wine that respects the earth; wine that is nourishing and delicious!
The Ice House Museum (26.1 miles) – Come and explore Bill Kidder’s special collection of automobiles and Americana. The Ice House Museum offers a memorable, hands-on experience for visitors of all ages. Antique Ford cars, children’s ride-on toys, steam whistles, padlocks, washing machines, auto parts, horse -drawn carriages, a town jail, blacksmith shop and tinsmith shops, and the list goes on.
Contoocook Railroad Covered Bridge (11.5 miles) – Originally built between 1849–50, the bridge was substantially re-built in 1889 to replace the lighter covered railroad bridge. Having been built by the former Concord and Claremont Railroad (acquired by the Boston & Maine Railroad in 1887), the bridge is the oldest of four surviving double-web Town lattice railroad bridges, and is the oldest extant covered railroad bridge in the United States. (The others double Towns are Pier Bridge, Newport, New Hampshire, 1907; Wright's Bridge, Newport, NH, 1906; and Fisher Bridge, Stowe, Vermont, 1908.) The re-built bridge was probably designed by Boston & Maine Railroad engineer Jonathan Parker Snow (1848–1933) and built by carpenter David Hazelton (1832–1908). Under Snow, the Boston & Maine utilized wooden bridges on its branch lines longer than any other major railroad, the last of these constructed in 1916. The nearby Contoocook Railroad Depot was built in 1850 on the earlier Concord & Claremont Railroad.
The bridge presents the clearest, most original structure of its type, as the others incorporate significant structural modifications. The main trusses are double Town lattice and are continuous over a central pier to form two spans of approximately 71 feet (22 m) each. It has reportedly been said that they were "built by the mile and cut off by the yard." The center pier is skewed to match the river flow, as are the abutments. This is because the bridge spans the river on a bias. The bridge was in use as a railroad bridge until 1962, survived a flood in 1936, a hurricane in 1938, and was moved off its foundations twice during its lifespan and saved from being completely washed down river by the rail tracks running through it. Following its railroad service, it functioned as a warehouse between 1962 and 1989.
Webster, NH is part of the Hopkinton School District. Public education is available Pre-K-12. The Harold Martin School (7.6 miles) educates kids in the PK-3 grades, Maple Street Elementary School (5.9 miles) educates kids in the 4-6 grades, the Hopkinton Middle School has grades 7-8; and the Hopkinton High School (6.3 miles), rated #1 best in public high school in Merrimack County has kids 9-12 grades.
This 0.40-acre property is being offered with seller financing (no credit checks!) at $24,999 with only $5,999 down OR for $19,999 CASH.
The price is $24,999 if you need financing. The down payment required is $5,999 with either:
48 payment option of $510 x 48 months or
60 payment option of $431 x 60 months or
72 payment option of $380 x 72 months
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