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03848 Real Estate
Land / Parcel
This corner lot contains 2.61 acres with 112' of frontage running along Main street and 250' bordering along Scotland road. The lot opens in to a large field with a wooded area along the Northern border. There is great Southern exposure runs the entire length of the lot. This is the location were the village of Kingston was first settled in 1694. The Towns first meeting house was built about 200' diagonal from the front of this lot on the "Town Common" better known as the Kingston Plains. In the early 18th century a c.1720 house was built on this lot and later became known as the Badger Tavern, one of the most famous old taverns of Kingston. It is told by many that George Washington, in his trip through New Hampshire, stopped at this tavern after visiting with Josiah Bartlett (who was Governor of NH and one of the delegates to sign the Declaration of independence. He also lived in Kingston on the North West side of the Kingston Plains were his home still exists today). In 1921 the Badg....
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