This historic property is located in the Town of Stratham and is known as the "Bartlett-Cushman House". The Bartlett Cushman House is listed on the National Register of Historic Properties, abuts 3 other historic properties and is just a short distance from Stratham's Collectors Eye Circle, where New England's best historic renovators come to gather antiques. Stratham is known for its dedication to preserving its rich history. The property consists of the main 4 bedroom hip roof house built in 1805. This perfect family home boasts original hardwood floors, stair newel posts, handrails and balusters, beautiful mantelpieces, window casings and trim. In later years, an "ell" was added at the back of the house and leading to the attached garage. The "ell" is a perfect spot for a lively family mudroom. The property includes a detached barn, which has been renovated to include a new roof, new windows and clapboard siding, and has been freshly painted. The barn retains its historic timber frame. The Bartlett-Cushman House property will be subject to a Preservation Easement, the terms of which are currently being drafted by Stratham's Heritage Commission. Property is in need of extensive renovations.