On Main Street in the town of Keene, New Hampshire, you will find this distinctive Dutch Colonial with, yes, four very pronounced pillars.
This gorgeous gambrel dame dates back to 1850 and has long been known to locals as The Four Pillars Inn.
Now the old place is up for sale, searching for new caretakers.
Come on in through the antique Dutch door...
Priced at $369,900, this 3-story home has 5 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms in 2,800 square feet.
It’s not actually an inn anymore; it is a private residence, but it could easily become a B&B again!
The generous multi-paned windows let in the light and the greenery of the yard.
A cozy living room with a brick wood-burning fireplace makes for a warm and charming environment.
The sunroom entryway is adorable, and look at the original bar (below) from its days as a small town inn:
The dining room has a large, lovely built-in hutch:
The kitchen has been modernized, but it has that olde world, country inn feel.
A walk up the “good morning staircase” – that’s how the listing described it – brings you to the second floor with 3 bedrooms.
And up one final flight of stairs…
The 3rd floor features 2 more bedrooms and a half bath!
Back outside, you have beautiful cottage-style landscaping…
The colorful flora compliments the house perfectly!
As an aside, this angle of the house reminds House Crazy Sarah of another famous Dutch Colonial home she featured: The Amityville Horror House!
Last but not least, there is an old carriage house garage:
The Four Pillars Inn has long been a pillar of this New Hampshire community; now she is looking for her next assignment.
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