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Solomon Piper Farm

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Built  1794 (1794)
MPS  Dublin MRA
Opened  1794
Added to NRHP  18 December 1983
Architectural style  Cape Colonial
NRHP Reference #  83004067
Area  6,500 m²
Solomon Piper Farm
Location  Valley Rd., Dublin, New Hampshire
Similar  Dublin Pond, Thorndike Pond, Squam Lakes Natural S, White Mountains

The Solomon Piper Farm is a historic farmhouse at 227 Valley Road in Dublin, New Hampshire. The 1-1/2 story vernacular Cape style house was built c. 1794 by Solomon Piper, progenitor of the locally prominent Piper family, and is an excellent local example of a typical early 19th century farmhouse. It is five bays wide, with narrow windows, and a small extension added to the east end. Interior details which have been retained include wainscoting, chair rails, and fireplace mantels.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. The home of Solomon Piper's son, the Rufus Piper Homestead, also still stands and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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