Orford NH Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Orford, NH is $202,100.
the county median home value of $183,700.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Orford, NH is $202,100.
Approximately 63.04% of Orford homes are owned,
compared to 21.74% rented, while
15.22% are vacant.
Orford 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 Orford real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Coming home never felt so right. Escape to a life in the country with your very own log home built with quality and expert craftsmanship to stand the test of time and home multiple generations for years to come. Built in 2000 by its current owner this home is quite simple, efficient and so darn comfortable even strangers will put their feet up and set a spell. The great room, which is the heart of the home, contains the kitchen, living and dining areas so all can gather and enjoy their time together engaged in various activities. Board games, TV, dining and sipping libations have been the activities upstairs while tinkering in the garage or getting a good nights sleep have been the activities down. For the outdoor enthusiast there are over 5 acres to explore which hosts woodlands, beautiful stone gardens or decks on which to relax, bbq and entertain. How lovely the sound of the rain showering down on your metal roof as you enjoy the pitter patter from the covered porch off your master bedroom. Simply relaxing. Are you ready for your dream log cabin with all the conveniences and all the charm log homes have to offer? Convenient to Dartmouth in the quaint and elegant town of Orford, NH; don't miss out. (an additional 2.15 wooded acres abutting lot also available for an additional cost)
Sitting on a hill & shielded from sight, you'll know this tranquil sanctuary is a special spot the moment you pass through the iron gates and over the brook. This 1/2 bedroom main house has vaulted ceilings with interesting lines and quality construction throughout. Eat-in kitchen with quality appliances, spaces living room overlooking the rear deck with a view of your own footbridge and trail corridor. The bright first floor master with well appointed bath, full basement with expansion potential. The two car garage has an adorable 1 bedroom, year round apartment with kitchenette could be used as in law space or extra cash flow. Just short drive to Lyme and Hanover.
Originally built as a single family home with a 2 car garage, it currently contains three rental units. The 2 car garage has a laundry room and a one bedroom apartment attached. The house could be easily converted back into a single family home with a 2 car garage and an in-law apartment. Situated on 2.2 acres in the heart of Orford Village, very convenient to the town's amenities and close to I-91. NOTE: Until further notice, the occupied units are being shown to serious buyers only.
"The Willard House": Built by Stedman Willard in 1840 on land he purchased from Samuel Morey two years earlier, this represents the last of the homes to be built on the area known as "The Ridge" in Orford, NH. Sited for its classic lines, with two chimneys on either side of the structure, this simplified Greek Revival home has evolved into one of the areas most stately properties. High ceilings, original wood floors, detailed moldings, and formal spaces hearken to a time of elegance and a slower pace of life. This 16-room expanse has six bedrooms and five full baths, a large and functional kitchen, and a lovely family room at the back of the ell that serves as the hub of the less formal spaces. The front stairway ascends to a gentle curve at the second floor, perhaps in tribute to other homes on the Ridge with a similar detail. The wide, pillared front porch, added just after 1905, is just the place to relax and take in the peaceful scenery. The grounds are exquisite, with lush gardens, mature trees, walkways, expansive lawns, and a wonderful barn. In the same family for over 80 years, this home is an opportunity to own a piece of history in one of the regions most significant architectural developments. Professor Hugh Morrison, architectural authority and retired professor of architecture at Dartmouth College, has said of the houses on the ridge: "As a row and counting the setting, this is the finest group of Federal-style houses in the United States."
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