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$499,900
3 Beds
2 Baths
1,276 SqFt
0.50 Acre Lot
21,780 Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Single Family
Year Built 1800
Neighborhood
Days on Website 129

Property Map

$499,900 – 8 Bay Rd., Newmarket, NH 03857

Street View

Courtesy of RE/MAX Area Real Estate Network, Steven Cotran.

Description

You’re own deep water dock for under $500k, this downtown property is perfect if you want your own single family antique post and beam center chimney cape with downtown conveniences and you want your own private dock to keep your boat at. There is nothing like having your boat right at your property, able to take it to Portsmouth for dinner or out to the Atlantic or just sit in it and fish any time you want. The cape is charming, with four brick fireplaces including a Rumford in the finished room below grade at the walk out basement with warm wood walls and ceilings, and a crane in the kitchen fireplace to hang your cooking pot over the fire. There is also a newer c.2013 out building of 1536 SF unfinished (known as the boathouse) with a two stall garage and plenty of room for expansion of your home for hobbies, storage, in-home business, private office, entertainment or work out room.

Property Details and Features

Taxes

  • Tax amount: 11980
  • Tax ID: 928244
  • Tax year: 2017

Location

  • City: Newmarket
  • State: New Hampshire
  • ZIP code: 03857
  • County: Rockingham
  • Beachfront

Listing

  • Price: $499,900
  • Listing ID: 72393941

Bedrooms

  • 3 bedrooms

Bathrooms

  • 2 full bathrooms

House

  • 1800
  • 5 total rooms
  • 1,276 square feet
  • Frame
  • Cape
  • Contemporary

Lot

  • 0.5 acres
  • Waterfront

Property

  • Bay
  • Public
  • Paved
  • River
  • Deep Water Access
  • Private

Water

  • Oil
  • Tankless

Garage

  • Detached
  • 2 garage spaces

Parking

  • Off-Street
  • 2 parking spaces

Basement

  • Basement
  • Full
  • Partially Finished
  • Walk Out

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