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Listed by Alexa Thayer of Four Seasons Sotheby's International Realty
Thornehill, a grand Dublin home originally built in 1841, sits on 16 acres overlooking terraced gardens with a dramatic stage of Mount Monadnock and its sensory delight of undulating contours. In 1917, Renowned artist Martha Silsbee employed the architectural firm, Wigglesworth and Wigglesworth of Boston, to design the Italianate style stucco addition. The home is rich in textural color, ornamental detail, and well-tended gardens of colorful blooms with shade trees and beautiful views overlooking Mount Monadnock. Thornehill has 6 bedrooms and 4.5 baths with a great room for stylish entertaining and a European style studio on the third floor. Robb Sagendorph purchased the home in 1931, where he founded the successful Yankee Magazine in 1935. Robb's wife Trix Sagendorph, a painter and illustrator, created many of the Yankee covers and painted wall murals in the home. The classic columned porch to the south has spectacular views of gardens, pond and mountain. The interior of the home features a rich vibrancy of colors and is seductive in charm. A classic home of vision that beautifully honors its artistic and architectural history. Showings by Appointment.

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