Bethlehem NH Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Bethlehem, NH is $254,950.
the county median home value of $212,600.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Bethlehem, NH is $254,950.
Approximately 48.07% of Bethlehem homes are owned,
compared to 22.33% rented, while
29.6% are vacant.
Bethlehem real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Bethlehem real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Tucked in as the last house on a dead-end street makes this location ideal for those looking for minimal traffic yet being only blocks to Main Street for schools, dining, entertainment, shopping, golfing and trails! This 3 bedroom contemporary home has a spacious kitchen which opens to the dining area for great entertaining space. Double doors to the large deck from the dining and living room is ideal for warm summer months. Living room boasts lots of natural sunlight from those doors and is a great place to unwind. Upper level is finished off with a full bath. Lower level features 3 bedrooms and another full bath as well as the laundry room. The workshop/workout area was once a garage - if you wanted to convert it back to a garage, you certainly can do that. There is plenty of room to build another garage, however on this level, beautifully landscaped yard. Storage building is another great place to store outdoor items as well. This home has been lovingly cared for and would be ideal for a first-time homebuyer or someone relocating to the area. Looking for a 2nd home/vacation home near golfing, skiing and all the White Mountains has to offer? Look no further - this is the place to be! Come take a look for yourself - you won't be disappointed!
Charming vintage farmhouse on 7.3 acres with Mountain Views is conveniently located to shopping, dining, and all White Mountain activities and it's 25 minutes to Bretton Woods and just 15 minutes to Cannon Mountain. The home has had many updates including cosmetic and major system updates. An accessory dwelling unit, with its own kitchenette and bath, offers room for family and friends to enjoy each other but still have private space OR close the unit off and rent it out to offset costs. A large barn holds all your toys with spare storage above. Delayed showing. Saturday, July 10, 2021 Open House 10am-2pm
The Mulburn is one of the grandest remaining cottages in Bethlehem, NH. In the day, Bethlehem was the summer vacation destination with city visitors taking the train up to the White Mountains, staying in the grand hotels that lined Main St., and enjoying the fresh air. In 1908, Sylvanus Morgan, architect and builder of the Mt. Washington Hotel, built this English Tudor-style home, formerly known as the Ivie Cottage. The Mulburn was the summer home of the Ivie family, an heir to the Woolworth fortune. Learn great stories about the home as a part of your viewing, including celebrity visitors and Thomas Edisonâs gift to the family. Over the years, the property has been a family home and hospitality ventures. Seven en-suite bedrooms allow your guest or family members to retreat off to their private quarters, and later join others on one of 3 covered porches. Sit back in a rocker and watch the world go by. Now, fast forward 115 years. All of the 30 grand hotels are gone. Most of the summer cottages remain. With its rich history, Bethlehem has continued to evolve and draw visitors and residents to the area. With its close proximity to all of the White Mountain attractions, the artsy feel of town, and choices of restaurants and entertainment, itâs the place to be. Carry on as the Mulburn Inn or bring your creative entrepreneurial ideas and take the property into its next generation. With the Main St. location and closeness to town, the opportunities and possibilities are endless.
There's no better spot on Main Street to bring your business to Bethlehem, located directly across from the historic Colonial Theatre. Come live where you work in a fabulous small mountain town, where locals own and operate thriving shops, great restaurants and a local brewery. This building features almost 2400square feet of first floor retail space with high ceilings and huge windows inviting customers in as they stroll down Main Street before going to the theatre. Upstairs there's a beautifully remodeled 3 bedroom apartment with a huge sunroom that overlooks all that's Main Street and feels like loft living. An open kitchen/living area offers plenty of space to entertain as well as a backyard to relax outdoors. The options for this special space are endless - you can live upstairs while operating your business on the first level or perhaps divide the store back into two separate retail spaces and run one while renting out the other; or maybe you love the feeling of living downtown and the retail space can help pay your mortgage. Or rent out the entire building as an investment. On street parking is available directly in front of the store with additional parking behind the building. Bethlehem is growing, businesses are thriving and you'll be surrounded by all the activities The White Mountains are known for - great hiking, skiing, mountain biking and more just a short drive away! Come join the energy that's making Bethlehem a special place to live and work.
Come North and Restore this Victorian Lady to her previous Splendor. Possibilities are only limited by your imagination. Located in the "Main Street" District of Bethlehem, this prime commercial property was originally home to a prominent doctor but most recently housed the Yankee Magazine cited "Hundred Acre Wood Antiques" shop. Rare opportunity to own 1.7 +- acres in a vibrant, artistic community. The location offers excellent visibility with easy access to I-93 / Route 302. In the Main House, Original stained glass windows on every level create a sense of history. First floor consists of Dining, Kitchen, Parlor(s), dramatic foyer, office and half bath. Four additional bedroom spaces are on the second level with full bath, laundry and unique 'stain glass' blessed sitting area. Upper level has 2 unfinished rooms with ample storage. Covered front porch is just the place to enjoy a morning libation as the towns wakes up. A short stroll allows you to access to restaurants, brewery, theater, country store and shops that make Bethlehem a sought after destination. Two outbuildings make this a true 'North Country' find! The Antique Shop was built in 2000; complete with a full walk out basement and radiant-heated concrete floor. Original Barn on the property is in need of work; currently used for storage. Ample parking on site with room for expansion. Two entrance points - one off Main St and the other off Elm St. Bring your contractor and sweat equity to make your dreams come true
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