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Located in Dover, New Hampshire and renowned as America’s “Oldest Family Farm,” this landmark property has been under the Tuttle family stewardship since settled in 1632 by John Tuttle. Comprised of 133.5± acres with 40±acres of cultivated fields on both sides of Dover Point Road, the farms’ scenic vistas are permanently protected from development by a conservation easement. Tuttle’s Red Barn has been operating as a retail center for produce and garden items since the 1950’s. Significantly renovated and expanded in 1987, the center has grown to 10,000 square feet with one-half-acre of outdoor sales area. The additional 10,500 square feet of greenhouse space allows for crop growth throughout the year. The compound also includes several storage barns.

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New Hampshire

New Hampshire offers the best of New England…seacoast, lakes and mountains. New Hampshire’s iconic “Live Free or Die” slogan and its role in the first in the nation primary are a testament to the spirit and character of the people of the Granite State. Residents of New Hampshire are proud of its history, natural beauty, classic New England towns and the diverse cultural and limitless outdoor recreational opportunities available in every corner of the State from the majestic White Mountains to the Seacoast with its beautiful sandy beaches.  The landscape is dotted with mountains, lakes, forests, classic villages and farms, as well as 54 of the remaining 750 covered bridges in the United States. Hike Mt. Washington the highest peak in the northeast, kayak on more than 250 lakes and ponds, ski and snowboard our 64  ski areas, shop the cobblestone streets of Portsmouth, take in a country fair, art show  or enjoy  nightlife with dinner and...

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