The proudly maintained, Hubbard-Varney Home, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Be only the 4th owner of this elaborately detailed, and beautifully restored Italianate Villa.
Just under 5,000 sq ft of living space, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths with extensive woodwork. Built by Thomas Russell Hubbard, a sash & door maker in 1867. Lived-in by former Mayor of Manchester, David Varney through 1800’s & George and Sophie Gerassi, music teachers through most of the 1900s.
Mature landscaping featuring 200 year old Miss Kim Lilacs, Red Beech, Indian River, Antique Flowering Crabapple Trees and irrigation. Enjoy the beautiful property from the North or South projecting porches, or the Eastern PRIVATE patio made of “Boston’s Big Dig” bricks!
This unique and irreplaceable home has 5 bedrooms, 4 of which are served by private baths. The 10ft high ceilings, stately crown molding, grand windows, arched doorways, portico entryway, detailed fireplaces, and regal layout with surely impress. The cupola towers 4 stories high allowing magnificent views above New Hampshire’s “Queen City”, Manchester.
Conveniently located in the museum district, with “Pretty Park” to it’s East, Currier Art Museum a short stroll to the West, walking distance to shops, and downtown Manchester.