Bristol NH Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Bristol, NH is $311,500.
the county median home value of $212,600.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Bristol, NH is $311,500.
Approximately 35.22% of Bristol homes are owned,
compared to 17.99% rented, while
46.78% are vacant.
Bristol 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 Bristol real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Cute as a button! This fully remodeled lake access unit can be yours if you move quickly ! Located on the Pristine shores of Newfound Lake , this efficiency unit overlooks the southern part of the lake and Mount Cardigan range with a direct view of Mt Cardigan and Fire screw, Little Sugar loaf and Bear Mountain . Get ready to escape , all you need to do is bring your suitcase! Enjoy a relaxing day on the beach , one of the best on the lake with over 400ft of sandy beach, gradual walk in , Canoe and paddle board racks, day dock , swim raft, Beach cabana for chair storage . The waterfront is just a short walk from your unit , use the tunnel under the road for safe crossing to the beach . Spend a relaxing afternoon on your west facing deck and experience Sunsets like no other Everyday is a new painting ! The interior of this unit has been tastefully remodeled top to bottom , all new and ready to go , plenty of room to enjoy, curl up next to the wood stove with a good book, play a table game with friends, this unit has lots of charm and will help you relax and enjoy life as it should be . Newfound Lake the best kept secret .... Delayed showings start on 3/5/21
VILLAGE CHARMER: This sturdy 3 Bedroom New Englander in Bristol Village is a short walk to schools, Bristol Square with shops & restaurants, the Park as well as Pemi River Recreation spots & Slim Baker Recreation Area. Efficient hot water heat with boiler that's only 5 years old; Town water & Town Sewer. Refinish floors or replace carpeting, paint and restore this home to it's former glory. There is a pantry, built-ins & solid wood trim. Relax on the covered porch or soak up the sun on the spacious back deck. Easy access to I-93. Short ride to public beaches on Newfound Lake. Come in and fix the home up to resell or purchase as your primary and invest some work to realize the value of sweat equity. This home needs conventional financing or cash terms. Showings start February 2, 2021.
Imagine getting home from work, opening your LR slider and walking out onto your 39â private deck (~500 sq. ft.) not more than 8â from the edge of the Newfound River. Entertaining, grilling and fishing off your deck. With a propane heater, you could enjoy your deck and the river view nearly year-round! The possibilities are endless. This property is UNIQUE because the deck is GRANDFATHERED. Today, you would need to be at least 50â (in some towns 150â) to build a house and deck this close to any of the waterways of NH, but this deck can be rebuilt in-place, to your specifications (so long as you maintain the existing footprint). House needs total rehab but seems to have good bones. In-town location with city water and sewer. Attached garage. Commercial/Village zoning with lots of potential.
Tunnicliff Farm -This c.1800 cape, while quite unassuming from the road, has been transformed from the bottom up into a spectacular 4680 s/f post and beam home. The great room, with soaring ceilings and exposed timbers includes a large sitting area, room for the a large dining table, and the kitchen with high end appliances and granite counters. With 12 rooms and 3 1/2 baths, the adaptable floor plan can accommodate 2 first-floor bedroom suites, if needed. Enjoy stunning views over your fields to Newfound Lake and the hills and mountains beyond. The timber frame barn is a Work of Art â for the horses there are 5-12x12 box stalls, feed, utility, and tack rooms. A state-of-the-art wood fired heating system is in place to heat the people spaces in the barn as well as radiant heat for the unfinished upper level, living quarters. It is an open, timber framed space with soaring ceiling and loft space with much of the work done and ready for the vision of its next caretaker. An antique barn, sugar house and private pond complete the picture on 57 conserved acres. Located in the charming town of Bristol offering all the benefits of small-town living, while being close to major recreational attractions. Just 10 minutes to I-93, 1/2 hr. to Plymouth, and under an hour south to Manchester Regional Airport.
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