|Contact name||Paula Martin|
|Home area||4,945 sqft|
|Lot Area||0.21 acres|
The Hubbard-Varney Mansion… An Exquisite, Italianate Villa, offering a level of quality and splendor not often seen. Luxurious rooms with impressive 14.5 ft ceilings, offering arch shaped hardwood doors that reveal intricate designs as light plays across them. Classic marble fireplaces adorned with elaborate mantles anchor beautiful public and private spaces. Elegant chandeliers illuminate stunning millwork and design. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Thomas Russell Hubbard house, as its officially known, is said to “possess symbolic, stylistic, and technical sophistication and stands as one of the best examples of its architectural type within its region” by the NH State preservation dept.
This Elegant home features 5 bedroom, 4 which are suites with private baths including a romantic master suite with a graceful gas fireplace and luxurious En-suite bath. A distinctive formal library bears the initials, DBV on the pierced fireboard of the Eastlake fireplace mantle documenting the prior ownership of previous Mayor of Manchester, id Blake Varney. The East and West wings house beautiful parlors and the third-floor family room replete with exposed beams and whimsical design offers space for everyone. Ascending the stairs to the enchanting fourth floor cupola, breathtaking mountain, city and river views await, offering a perfect spot for morning meditation and quiet.
Situated on what was once referred to as Millionaire Row, 220 Myrtle street sits in the same block of the wonderful Currier Museum of Art and adjacent to Wagner Park lovingly known as “Pretty park”, dotted with gardens, benches and quiet paths. A true masterpiece of architecture, The Thomas Russell Hubbard House is sure to delight!