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Simple Elegance with Modern Comforts

The circa 1820 farmhouse is elegantly simple. Painted wide plank floors, plaster walls and ceilings in an array of historic colors, exposed beams, hand-carved fireplace mantles, antique furniture, claw-footed tubs, and braided and Persian rugs underscore the farm’s rich history.

At the same time, amenities such as a Hot Springs hot tub, outside shower, subfloor radiant heating, cable television, and wireless internet service bring modern comforts.


Downstairs in the main farmhouse is the living room where you will marvel at the extraordinary tin ceiling, be warmed by the fireplace stove, be drawn into the inviting couches, and watch your favorite television programs and movies.

An elegant dining room is centered on a Delft chandelier and mahogany dining table set for six guests. For those who prefer less formal dining, choose the huge back screened porch, side porch, or breakfast porch.


In all, there are six guest bedrooms, all but the Loft named after mountains around Hebron and Newfound Lake.

Meadow Wind’s three upstairs bedrooms and their two adjoining bathrooms boast breathtaking views of Hebron common, its quintessentially New England church, town offices, and homes, as well as views of the meadow, forests, and White Mountains foothills beyond.

The ell includes two cozy downstairs guest rooms (former servants' quarters) and the second story Loft now transformed into a beautiful, spacious apartment with bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living room with gorgeous northern and southern views.



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