Wentworth NH Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Wentworth, NH is $140,000.
the county median home value of $212,600.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Wentworth, NH is $140,000.
Approximately 53.73% of Wentworth homes are owned,
compared to 7.46% rented, while
38.81% are vacant.
Wentworth 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 Wentworth real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Situated within walking distance of the town common, in the sought after town of Wentworth, is The Eaton House, an historic 1850 Greek Revival home. This 5 bedroom home has 2 full bathroom and 2 half bathrooms, including a huge first floor master suite. There are 4 bedrooms on the second level, including a second master bedroom suite. There is also a separate 1 bedroom 1 bathroom in-law apartment downstairs with its own entrance and driveway. The lower level space also includes a separate, enormous space which has previously been used as a dress shop, stained glass studio, and an art gallery, and can easily be used as a workshop, yoga studio, or you name it! Recent updates include new vinyl siding, newer furnaces, and with a metal roof, all of the essentials have been addressed. There is a huge potential for airbnb income as the location has perfect access to everything the White Mountains has to offer, 20 minutes to the amenities of Plymouth, and about 30-45 minutes to local ski areas, close to snowmobile and ATV trails, and near plenty of fishing, hiking, and hunting spots. There is high speed cable internet access and with roughly 4,500 square feet of livable space there is plenty of space to work from home. ** Delayed showings. Showings begin on 6/19/2021 Saturday by appointment only **
Tuesday, 6/22 10:00-12:00PM
Trustee Ordered ABSOLUTE AUCTION (2) Properties 3-Bedroom Home on 4.53Â± Acres & 77-Acre Land Parcel Wentworth, NH Online-Only Bidding Ends: Tuesday, June 29th at 2:00 p.m. These two properties are being sold per order of the Trustee of a NH Charitable Trust. The properties will only be sold as a package. Parcel A) 37 Frescoln Road, Map 10, Lot 1-1 is a 4.53Â± acre parcel with 1,036Â± feet of road frontage and is improved with a circa 1840, 3-bedroom home. The home offers 2,404Â± square feet on 2 levels and retains many original features and offers an attached workshop and garage. There is an additional detached 2-car garage. Parcel B) Rowentown and Frescoln Road, Map 10, Lot 4-3 is a wooded, 77.59Â± acre parcel having over 3,000 feet of road frontage and is located across the street from the 37 Frescoln Road. The property slopes uphill from the intersection of Rowentown Road and Frescoln Road. A major credit card will be placed on file with the auction company as a qualification to bid. Successful bidder to deliver earnest money totaling 10% of the total purchase price no later than June 30th at 10:00 a.m., with the balance due at closing within 45 days of the auction. A 10% buyerâs premium will be added to the high bid price to become the total purchase price. Property is being sold free and clear of all liens by Fiduciary Deed. The sale is subject to all terms of sale. Delayed showings start June 22
In the heart of the White Mountain, nestled between the Baker River and National Forest, sits this quirky little get away homestead on 1.6 acres. This unique home was built in 2001 and packs a ton of character. Property abuts the snowmobile trail which allows for easy access from the backyard to sled, ski, run, mt bike, ATV, horseback ride, or walk for miles and miles. The surrounding land is in current use which opens up the opportunity for a private swim hole in the river right across the snowmobile trail. This home is ready for a person not afraid of the work needed to bring it to the final mile. Flooded with natural light cascading from all the windows, the open concept kitchen and living room allows for easy entertaining of friends and family. The lot is very flat and large enough to pull a few motorhomes up to the front door. The backyard slopes into a beautiful forest where the Currier Brook overflows with the sound of peepers. All the south facing light is great for passive solar. There is an attached greenhouse and plenty of garden space. The home is in need of a septic. The owners had a well dug and the lines brought to the house but never finished the project. This is where the right buyers come in. Take this all the way home and you will have yourself the absolutely perfect get away. There is an outhouse and the current owners had an offgrid system for bathing.This place will not disappoint regardless of how much work it may need.
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