The Phineas Eastman House

Built in 1833 by Phineas Eastman, the 2400 square foot Greek Revival style home was the first brick house ever to have been built in Lovell.  The beautifully furnished house is complete with kitchen, dining room, large family room, enclosed sun porch, five bedrooms and three baths.

The Barn Extension

The attached barn was converted to a medieval hall by Portland architect Fred H. Thorne in 1923 and is complete with a great assembly area, large stone fireplace, mezzanine, game room, performance stage, three additional bedrooms and a bathroom.  Dining for 75, dancing for 150 or a gorgeous backdrop to a ceremony on the stage are all options for this unique space.

The Formal Garden

The one acre formal flower garden (formally known as 'God's Acre') is meticulously landscaped with over 300 feet of hand built rock wall.  With blooms from June through October, the garden is the perfect location for a ceremony or cocktail social.  For events larger than 75 attendees, a tent can be placed on the lower five acre lawn.

The Apple Orchard

Just a short walk from the farmhouse is a magical view of the White Mountains through rows and rows of apple trees atop Eastman Hill.  The hidden location is a breathtaking and serene site for a wedding ceremony.

The Isaac Eastman House

The Isaac Eastman House is two story Greek Revival located across the great lawn from the Main House. Built in 1847 and recently restored, this charming home boasts three bedrooms, two full and one half baths, and lovely living space.