It's available for the
first time since 1947, after languishing on the market for months. A public
auction is set for Dec. 12 by by offered for the first
time since 1947. A rare example of Beaux Arts Classical design, this magnificent
home features an array of original features and details unparalled in our time.
From the red brick, marble and slate exterior with iconic columns and iron
balustrades to an interior so grand, you can easily envision a time when
this home was in its full glory as a hub for entertainment.
Here's the write-up from the auction site:
JJManning Auctioneers is
proud to offer at Absolute Auction a 26,528+/-SF historic brick and marble
mansion known as "The Frank E. Anderson House," located at 90 Concord St., Nashua,
NH. This North End gem is
listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the "Nashville
Historic District." Under single ownership for over 65 years, the property has
been impeccably maintained, but essentially unchanged, thereby preserving
exquisite period detail. The circa 1900 mansion has been used for
administration and a retirement residence with classroom and dorm rooms in the
1947 wing and basement areas. The property in located at the corner of Concord
St. and Bartlett Ave., on bus route a block from 125+/- acre Greeley Park with
easy access to Routes 3, 130, and 101A. It's well suited for return to a
single-family residence, non-profit, academic facility, or other approved use.
Property Tours will be held on
Thursday, December 5th from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The Absolute Auction will be held
on-site on Thursday, December 12 at 11 a.m. The property will sell to the
highest bidder, regardless of price.