Porcupine Real Estate


Posted by Mark Warden on 11/21/2017

This Single-Family in Barnstead, NH recently sold for $269,000. This Saltbox style home was sold by Mark Warden - Porcupine Real Estate.


333 Pitman Road, Barnstead, NH 03225

Single-Family

$269,000
Price
$269,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Peace and tranquility on 7 acres, waiting just for you. As you enter the winding driveway, you'll feel your worries melt away. This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home has been thoughtfully updated and is move-in ready. From the comfortable floor plan and exposed beams throughout, to the remodeled kitchen with granite counters, you'll love all the little extras this home affords. The open concept style is perfect for entertaining, and your guests will love spending summer nights out on the screened porch. Having a big get-together? There is plenty of room in the finished basement and finished attic; that's four floors of space for you and your family & friends. The upstairs bathroom boasts custom tile work and a soaking tub. If guests want a space of their own, the finished basement is perfect for an in-law suite, with its own kitchen sink/cabinets, bathroom, and a wood stove. With 7 acres of privacy, you're surrounded by nature. There is a small barn (which also functions great as a workshop). Welcome home!






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Mark Warden on 2/6/2016

Angela and Emmett Harris had no idea that a trip to PorcFest in 2011 would be a life-changing event, but it was just that. They were familiar with the Free State Project prior to attending, but PorcFest gave them a glimpse of how a free community could operate. By the end of their second day at PorcFest, they decided to make the move to New Hampshire. 


Angela and Emmett moved to the Free State a few years ago and landed in Center Barnstead, where they've come to love the town's mix of woodlands, lakes, farms, and rolling hillsides. From the view to their backyard, they've enjoyed many wildlife visitors, including owls, songbirds, chipmunks, deer, porcupine, and even black bear.

The most appealing aspect of living in New Hampshire? "There is an independent outlook among the people of New Hampshire that has historic roots tracing back to colonial times. It's a live-and-let-live attitude that's refreshing. There's also a tendency to resist government excesses, which helps keep the relative tax burden low and it also minimizes the post-911 accelerated erosion of our civil liberties."

As lead organizers for Liberty Forum 2016, the Harrises are dedicated to ensuring Liberty in Our Lifetime actually occurs. "We became 'Doers' when, on our first visit to PorcFest in 2011, we found ourselves stuffing welcome bags with a group of outgoing volunteers before the festival started. We were so impressed with the dedication and passion of the Free Staters we met, and the sense of commitment and community that they espoused, that we enthusiastically joined forces to help bring about Liberty in Our Lifetime. With Liberty Forum, we are very excited to be hosting a stellar lineup including Nadine Strossen of the ACLU, Lyn Ulbricht, mother of accused Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht, and Federal whistleblower, Edward Snowden. Our fantastic team of dedicated “Doer” volunteers has made this promise to be the most spectacular and historic Liberty Forum yet."

The Harris family is expanding this year, with the addition of a daughter-in-law and a grandchild. Angela & Emmett are hoping to continue their recruiting efforts, and bring the rest of their family to New Hampshire to make the Free State their home, as well.




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