It is the Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion and it sits on a peninsula in Little Harbor.
It's a most beautiful spot on the ocean with views of the harbor and islands around it.
This abode has 40 rooms and was home to NH's first royal governor, Benning Wentworth.
In the early 1900's, John Coolidge purchased the 65 acre property and restored the neglected house and grounds to it's original colonial beauty.
When his wife passed away in 1954, the lands and home were donated to the state, and it is now maintained as a historical property and is open for tours to the public.
When I first visited this house during a field trip in grammar school, I loved the grounds and the views.
The inside wasn't open on the day I visited it a couple of years ago, but the outside and surrounding lands were just as lovely as I remembered it from that childhood trip.
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