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http://www.FarmsAndBarns.com - Northwood is a small town in southeastern New Hampshire, founded in 1773. The 1st New Hampshire Turnpike, busy Route 4, was built about 1800 to connect Portsmouth, New Hampshire's only seaport, with the state capital of Concord. The highway has been a major influence on the town since it was constructed. Throughout the nineteenth century, our many early taverns accommodated sledge and stage passengers. Nowadays, travelers enjoy our summer homes, cabins, motels and restaurants. Other visitors go antiquing in the dozens of shops along the road.Though thousands of commuters each day see the town only on the drive through the eight-mile "main street," about 3,200 persons are full-time residents and about twice as many have second homes here. Though Northwood is sometimes called a bedroom community, there are more than one hundred small businesses in town. Northwood is proud of its lakes and ponds, its mountain views, miles of country roads, and its many lovely old homes and public buildings.

Welcome to Sky View Farm, a hidden yet accessible treasure in southern New Hampshire, surrounded by over 100 acres of fields, orchards, cultivated blueberries, ponds and woodlands laced with trails. Come home to enjoy nature at its best. The farm is located minutes to Routes 4 and 202, the east-west route connecting the state capital of Concord and our fabulous seacoast, including historic waterfront city of Portsmouth. You are also within forty-five minutes to fabulous Lake Winnipesauke and fifteen minutes to Great Bay Yacht club with ocean access. With 10 area lakes nearby, beautiful Bow lake is just five minutes away. Forty minutes to Manchester, NH, twenty minutes to University of New Hampshire and convenient to major airports in Boston, MA and Manchester, NH.

The land is glorious. Two ponds, one strictly for a wildlife habitat, the other with a sandy beach and stocked with bass, are enjoyed year round. In winter, the pond converts to ice skating ring with fireplace. Walk, mountain bike, horseback ride your private trails through about 80+ acres of managed woodlands on manicured trails. The open land is hayed and berries and fruit trees presently maintained by a neighboring caretaker who would love to stay on! The owners have practiced organic husbandry on the farm since they took ownership many years ago.

In 1993, the 1820s farmhouse was completely gutted and brought into the 20th century with elegance inspired by our na