This stately 12-room stucco home built in 1907 and known as Pineledge seems like it is frozen in time. – Jenifer B. McKim, Globe Staff
Address: 138 South St.
Bathrooms: 3 full 1 partial
The living room boasts dark wood paneling, exposed beams, original murals and an elegant stone fireplace that looks like it would fit right into a ski lodge.
The six-bedroom, ivy-covered propety, designed by architect Robert Coit, has a spacious wraparound covered porch, an outside patio and two wooden decks.
The kitchen needs updating, with older appliances and cabinetry.
Another view of the kitchen.
The dining room offers dark wood and intricate window designs and a brick fireplace.
An elegant staircase leads to the second floor where a master suite features a bedroom, a sitting room, and its own private deck.
Also on the second floor are three baths, five additional bedrooms and a sitting room situated along an L-shaped hallway.
A view of an upstairs room.
A view of an upstairs bedroom.
Outside, a separate garage, once a chauffeur’s quarters, provides three parking spaces an added living space with a generous picture window.
The nearly 20-acre property has been in the same family for more than 100 years.
Listing agent Anna Kasabian of J. Barrett & Co. in Manchester said owners purchased the abutting land to protect their natural surrounding but new owners could separate the property and sell in at least two parcels. Kasabian agrees the property harkens back to another era. “It’s like time stopped,’’ she said.
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