Close to route 302, route 3 and route 93
Close to Sugar Hill, Mt. Washington, Bretton Woods, and the Franconia Notch.
The Dijkstra house is nestled on the side of Mount Agassiz in the heart of the White Mountains on 7 acres. The house, designed by Dutch architect Tjeerd Dijkstra, is a modern post and beam construction. The house is less than 2 miles from the downtown.
It features large windows giving an expansive view of the valley and surrounding moutains.
On the first floor there is a large living room with a brick fireplace, 46 inch TV and cathedral ceiling; a fully equipped modern kitchen featuring high quality amenities including an induction stove; microwave, wall oven, refrigerator and dishwasher.
The house is also equipped with a workshop, wireless internet, a mud room with washer and dryer, large deck with child safety rails, outdoor furniture and a charcoal grill.
On the 2nd floor are four bedrooms: one featuring a king size bed, one two twin size beds and sink, one a twin size bunk bed and sink. and a smaller fourth bed room best suited for a child/teenager.