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Topic: Million Dollar Homes

Million Dollar Homes Editor's note: With the real estate market on the mend, the Telegraph will launch a series this Sunday featuring some of the more glamorous, and outrageous, homes on the market in the Nashua area for $1 million or more. Interested buyers should feel free to set up a showing, but for the majority of us, the series is offered as a fun-read, or perhaps a jumping off point for modest home owners looking to upscale their abode. With a few minor renovations, you too could have a wine cellar or an extended walk-in closet you never realized in order to add a bit more fabulousness to your life




Sanders Estate | Canterbury Lane | Fellows Lane | Pepperell Road | New Ipswich | Mack Hill | Berkeley Street



The Sanders Estate

Upon walking into the Sanders Estate, it feels like this is the modernization of that decades-old saying "Keeping up with the Joneses."

Sanders' home, built in 1969 and tucked away from the world in a wooded area of Wilton at 63 Tighe Farm Road, sits at an elevation of 1,000 feet above sea level and reflects a cool, calm atmosphere. The property, on the market for about three months, is offered at $1.275 million, and includes more than 30 acres, a horse barn and a pond the current owners named Flicker, for all of the birds that spend time there.

Inside the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home lies a whole other world, beginning with the outlook from the top of the stairs in the foyer down to the indoor garden and atrium.




Canterbury Lane

Up on an isolated hill named after the property owners lies a cottage-style home with Nantucket influences, designed by Manchester builder Kevin Doherty.
The 5,910-foot space at 18 Canterbury Lane holds five bedrooms and six bathrooms with simple, elegant, clean lines pulling the architectural design together. The most striking feature on the lot is an asymmetric pool with outdoor cabana. That space includes a full kitchen for some of those more relaxed afternoons when the current, or next owners, may want to eat outside, escape the confines of an indoor kitchen or not have to run back inside for hors d’oeuvres and other snacks during a pool party.

The home, built in 2004, is situated on 5 acres of land and has been on the market since July 2012 with the current asking price of $1.299 million.

Fellows Farm

The home at 1 Fellows Farm Road is listed as both traditional and timeless, from its Infinity pool valued at $150,000, to its breathtaking views on top of a knoll overlooking a vast landscape.

The 8,950 square-foot home– designed in a way so “it’s not overwhelming,” says Kathy Phair Alexander of the Brin Realty Group – comes with 21.6 acres of land and it is the priciest home in this series, with an asking price of $2.6 million.




Pepperell Road

Built in the style of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the sprawling home on Pepperell Road in Hollis is designed to bring the outdoors in.

With 10 rooms total, and four bedrooms including a master suite with an adjoining spa area, 89 Pepperell Road has been on the market since September and has an asking price of $1.4 million.




New Ipswich

The farmhouse and barn available at 214 Appleton Road are meant for the buyer looking for that perfect fixer-upper project, one that has a healthy dose of character and history thrown in to the mix.

The home has been on the market for the last year under a 12-person trust, all relatives of the family that last lived in the home in 1909. The farmhouse, barn and whopping 383 acres were once used as a blueberry farm and are being sold for $2.5 million.




Mack Hill

Real estate agent Gerri Bernstein says the word she likes to use to describe the nearly $2 million home at 109 Mack Hill Road is “whimsical.”

Beyond the sophisticated charm embedded in the look and feel of the property, the 4,500-square-foot home has a geothermal heating and cooling system and comes fully equipped with excellent grounds for keeping and riding horses.




Berkeley Street

Walking up the front lawn to the entrance of this large Edwardian home in the North End feels like a stroll through another time.

The home was built by E. Frank Stevens, founder of the Maine Manufacturing Co., in 1901. At the time, that business was one of the largest in Nashua, and its signature product was the “White Mountain refrigerator,” an ice box made of wood.




Maine Manufacturing founder’s estate restored to original glamour, on market for $1.6 million

NASHUA – Walking up the front lawn to the entrance of this large Edwardian home in the North End feels like a stroll through another … Full story    
Published:  July 7, 2013

Geothermal home in Amherst has room for horses, uses every bit of space

AMHERST – Real estate agent Gerri Bernstein says the word she likes to use to describe the nearly $2 million home at 109 Mack Hill … Full story    
Published:  July 6, 2013

New Ipswich 1700s barn and homestead a site of history and family memories, on the market for $2.5m

NEW IPSWICH – The farmhouse and barn available at 214 Appleton Road are meant for the buyer looking for that perfect fixer-upper project, one that … Full story    
Published:  July 5, 2013

Hollis ‘Wrightian’ home is made for art lovers, entertaining and those looking to lead a fabulous lifestyle

Built in the style of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the sprawling home on Pepperell Road in Hollis is designed to bring the outdoors in. With … Full story    
Published:  July 3, 2013

Amherst home with more than 21 acres is ideal for buyers looking for privacy

AMHERST – The home at 1 Fellows Farm Road is listed as both traditional and timeless, from its Infinity pool valued at $150,000, to its … Full story    
Published:  July 2, 2013

Bedford home has custom design, outdoor cabana, pool, man cave, and second laundry room

BEDFORD – Up on an isolated hill named after the property owners lies a cottage-style home with Nantucket influences, designed by Manchester builder Kevin Doherty. … Full story    
Published:  July 1, 2013

Greater Nashua has million-dollar properties available for the taking (or ogling)

NASHUA – With the real estate market finally ticking up, you’re bound to see more “for sale” signs cropping up in front of area homes. … Full story    
Published:  June 30, 2013

Sanders’ Estate in Wilton on market for $1.25m

WILTON – Upon walking into the Sanders Estate, it feels like this is the modernization of that decades-old saying “Keeping up with the Joneses.” Except, … Full story    
Published:  June 30, 2013