Presenting the Honorable Jeremiah Langley Home. He was born in 1841 according to the "History of the Town of Durham, NH" by Stackpole Thompson Meserve. This beautiful 12 room home has a brand new (October 2017) 4 bedroom septic, There is plenty of room to sprawl and spread out. The home has multiple heating sources & newer windows. Hardwood & soft wood floors throughout. The kitchen and bathrooms have been updated in the past, though there is plenty of options for you to add your own decor. The period details include: stained glass windows & doors, tin ceilings, granite walkway, gingerbread work, delft tiles from Portugal, rosette trim, wainscotting, pocket gardens and a functional clawfoot tub/shower combo. An enormous post & beam barn is at the rear of the home. There is a hole in one section of the roof & one area of flooring is collapsed- the rest appears to be solid. The beams are incredible to look at. A variety of collections could be housed in there- once it is repaired. Close to Routes 108 & 4. Oyster River School System & home town of the University of New Hampshire. The Amtrak Downeaster is available in Durham- running Boston MA to Portland ME.