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Looking for a rewarding country-based lifestyle in a Hanover home that is private with long-range westerly views and exceptional spaces both inside and out for family, friends and entertaining? Look no further. On the market for the first time, this custom-built architect-designed contemporary in the Hanover school district offers a relaxed and open floor plan with high-end appliances, energy efficient systems including two solar trackers, professionally designed lighting, new maple flooring and hand-crafted finishes throughout. In addition to the kitchen, dining, living area, the main house has five bedrooms and five bathrooms including a master suite with “crow's nest” office, a pottery/yoga/artist studio, an attached four-car garage and a full walkout recently-finished basement. Outside there is a detached post and beam barn built in 2013 with on-demand heat, three tall storage bays and a second-floor workshop. The yard is level to gently sloping with carefree landscaping and a vegetable garden that doubles as space for back-yard ice hockey. The setting is serene and peaceful with gorgeous sunsets and star-lit nights only six miles from Dartmouth College with cable and high-speed Internet access.

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Listed by Christopher Lang of LandVest, Inc/Woodstock
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