Artfully constructed at the end of the roaring 20’s, The Adair Estate’s significance in the historical landscape of the White Mountains is rich. Hosting past presidents and cultural leaders is only part of the allure of this exquisitely curated property. Featuring landscaping designed by the Olmsted Brothers of New York’s Central Park, the estate is nestled amongst 180+/- private rolling acres with panoramic views of the famed Presidential Mountain Range and beyond. The main house is adorned with 11 well-appointed ensuite bedrooms spread amongst the upper floors of the home’s 7500 sq ft of living space. A full commercial kitchen services the open main floor with a formal dining room, spacious great room, library and solarium. The lower level pays homage to the sophisticated speakeasies of yesteryear - adorned by granite walls, stone floors and fireplace, the “Granite Room’ as its referred, has been the venue of camaraderie. The 3-bedroom guest cottage is set a short stroll down from the main house to provide privacy for the residence. The manicured grounds are lush, with a small pond flanking the inn to the south. A paved tennis court and extensive trail network are additional accoutrements to the escape from the city life promoted by many of great legacy estates of New England. Conveniently located midway between Boston and Montreal in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Award Winning, Member of Select Registry, and excellent online ratings.