Those Places Thursday - Are You Interested in Leasing a Piece of History, or in Purchasing & Preserving a Historical Property? Windham, NH's 1868 Campbell Farmhouse Offers An Opportunity for Non-Profit Organizations & More
The historical home built in 1868 & located on Kendall Pond Rd. was purchased by the Town of Windham, NH in July 2014 in an effort to preserve its place within the town, but the final out come of the historical homestead is still up for discussion. It is undecided as to whether or not the homestead will be parceled off from the majority of farm land & sold, or if it is an opportunity to lease it as a residence, small home-based business, non-profit organization, etc.
Anyone interested in purchasing or leasing the homestead should be aware that historical preservation restrictions, & covenants would be required, residential zoning applies, & the majority of the 65 acre farm land surrounding the homestead will be used for an undetermined type of public recreation.
If those are concepts which are acceptable and you are interested in discussing your ideas or proposals for the homestead with the Campbell Farm Subcommittee, please submit them to CKing@WindhamNewHampshire.com or by US Post to C. King at Windham Conservation Commission, 3N. Lowell Rd, Windham, NH 03087. All ideas & proposals will be discussed in a public meeting. All interested parties are advised to attend.
More information on this ongoing topic can be found in the local weekly paper:
Windham Printing & Publishing Inc.
233 Range Rd
Windham, NH 03087
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or at most convenience establishments within town.
Amylynne (Baker) Murphy