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10 Best Dining Rooms on the Seacoast

 

10 Best Dining Rooms on the Seacoast

 

10 Best Dining Rooms on the Seacoast

 

In real life, we often can be found eating at the bar in the kitchen, on the couch, or even on the go during our commute. But when it comes to holidays (especially Thanksgiving) a dining room is a must. Whether you’re looking for a formal, enclosed dining room or an open-concept space with a cozy feel, there is surely something on the Seacoast to fit your taste. Below, we’ve rounded up the top 10 dining rooms on the Seacoast that are for sale right now. If you’re in the market for a new home, there’s a chance we could get you in just in time to host Thanksgiving. Even if you’re staying put, take a peek through and snag some ideas for your own dining room!


 

1. 266 South Road, Rye

The size alone (room for 10 or more!) makes this dining room one of the best. The chandelier adds a nice touch.

266 South Road, Rye, NH

A Rare Opportunity To Own A Spacious Home In The Rye Beach Precinct Where You May See A World Renowned Author Or A U.s. Senator. This French Country Style Home With Guest House Sits Off The Road Offering Privacy, Yet Minutes To The Ocean And Abenaqui Country Club.

 

2. 115 Odiorne Point Road, Portsmouth

Wainscoting, crown molding, and columns lend style, while a wide opening between the dining room and kitchen provide convenience.

115 Odiorne Point Road, Portsmouth, NH

Tucker's Cove, Portsmouth's Premier Neighborhood Having Custom Built Homes, Manicured Lawns, Street Lamps & Sidewalks, And Just Minutes From The Bustling Downtown. Built In 2003, This Four Bedroom Home Has Been Lovingly Maintained By The Original Owners.

 

3. 17 Cotton Farm Lane, North Hampton

The ceiling is painted to look like the sky, and one wall has a mural that makes you feel like you’re looking out onto the Italian countryside. Plus, there’s a fireplace and French doors leading to a deck.

 

17 Cotton Farm Lane, North Hampton, NH

One Of The Finest Quality Homes In The Seacoast! This Exceptional Property Is Architecturally Driven At Every Turn. Siematic Cabinetry Sets The Tone For The Gourmet Kitchen With:viking Appliances, Two Islands One For Seating And One For Prep, Mahogany And Granite Surfaces With An Italian Tile Hand Painted Backsplash, Murano Lights, Walk-in Pantry, Walls Of Windows Overlooking Beautiful Gardens And Direct Access To The 15 X 18 Screened In Porch With Cozy Fireplace.

 

 

4. 80 & 90 Wentworth Road, Rye

Columns, built-ins for displaying your best wares, arched doorways, and plenty of space for guests make this a top formal dining room.

 

80 & 90 Wentworth Road, Rye, NH

One Floor, Truly Open-concept Living With Walls Of Glass Overlooking The Beautiful 18th Fairway Of Wentworth By The Sea Cc! The Lush Green Grass And Beautiful Plantings Are Yours To Enjoy But Not To Take Care Of....how Great Is That?

 

 

5. 151 Atlantic Avenue, North Hampton

This spacious open-concept dining room is filled with natural light and is open to a sitting area and two-story great room. Let the fire roar while you relax and connect over a meal.

 

151 Atlantic Avenue, North Hampton, NH

Privately Tucked Away On More Than Four Acres With Mill Pond Frontage And Dock. Extraordinary New Upgrades And Finishing Touches Allow A Magnificent Home To Shine. You'll Find Uncompromised Luxury, Coupled With Sensible State-of-the Art Utilities And Systems. The Mediterranean Architecture Is Immediately Impressive With Remarkable Exterior Stone Work, Clay Roof, Enchanting Arches And French Doors.

 

 

6. 16 Wentworth Road, Rye

This dining room is a winner thanks to its views. It’s not made for the largest gatherings, but it’s open to the kitchen and offers direct, expansive views of the ocean.

 

16 Wentworth Road, Rye, NH

Situated Directly On The The Water With Spectacular Views Of Ocean, Wentworth By The Sea Hotel & Marina, And Donald Ross Designed Wentworth By The Sea Country Club. Direct Ocean Access With Private Dock And Owned Shoreline. Open Concept Eat In Kitchen With Stunning Expansive Views Leads Into A Large Family Room With Fireplace.

 

 

7. 9 Heather Drive, Rye

Bold paint color, a marble fireplace surround, and a gorgeous chandelier make this dining room at Wentworth by the Sea Country Club one that everyone will want to visit for each holiday.

 

9 Heather Drive, Rye, NH

Truly a masterpiece designed by award-winning, TMS Architects! As if torn from the pages of Architectural Digest, this classic shingle style home is extraordinary with its distinguished cedar shakes, asymmetrical façades, gambrel roof lines, decorative windows, exquisite chimneys, natural stone elements, and welcoming veranda.

 

 

8. 17 Pond Path Road, North Hampton

If you’re looking for opulence, look no further. This Country Club Estates dining room features Georgian architecture with an arched entryway, marble-surrounded fireplace, built-in bars, onyx floors, and unique trey ceiling.

 

17 Pond Path Road, North Hampton, NH

This Exquisite 13 Room Residence With Over 7000 Sq. Feet Has Classic Georgian Architecture And Is A Tribute To Extraordinary Craftsmanship And Timeless Design. The House Is Located In Country Club Estates In North Hampton Nh, On 2.84 Acres With Views Of The Fairways And Within Walking Distance To The Ocean.

 

 

9. 45 Church Road, Rye

This spacious dining room is simply elegant, with its hand-crafted natural wood bar and china cabinet with inlaid granite across one entire wall.

 

45 Church Road, Rye, NH

45 Church Road Is One Of The Magnificent Oceanside Estates So Prominent In The Rye Beach Precinct. The Property Sits On 1.2 Acres Of Well-manicured Lawn And Is Bordered By Mature Trees And Woodland, Creating A Private Seaside Retreat. This Gated Estate Elicits Memories Of Days When Summer Residents Strolled The Lane On Their Way To And From The Ocean.

 

 

10. 15 Willow Avenue, North Hampton

French doors open to a terrace for warmer weather indoor-outdoor entertaining, and interior features include large built-ins, a fireplace, and decorative tray ceiling.

 

15 Willow Avenue, North Hampton, NH

One Of A Kind Estate Facing The Ocean, Built By Alvan T Fuller, Congressman And Gov Of Ma In 1914. The Adjacent Botanical Garden Still Bears His Name! Located In Desirable Little Boar's Head. This Gracious Home, Constructed With The Finest Materials And Craftsmanship, Offers Dramatic Views Of The Atlantic Ocean And The Isles Of Shoals From Every Room.

 


 

Whether you’re looking for an updated space or one filled with period details, ocean views or the privacy of a wooded lot, a separate space or an open layout, there are beautiful dining rooms all across New Hampshire’s Seacoast.

 

To make an appointment to view these or any other properties in New Hampshire or Maine, fill out the form to the right and I will be in touch with you!


 


 

Greater NH Seacoast & Southern ME Trick-or-Treat Times

Greater NH Seacoast & Southern ME Trick-or-Treat Times

 

Whether you're planning to take the kids out and about in the neighborhood or you want to make sure your own cauldron is stocked with goodies and your porch light is on, you need to know when trick-or-treat is scheduled for your town (it's often not Halloween!). Here are the dates and times for trick-or-treating locally.

 

NH Seacoast Area

Dover: October 30, 5-8pm
Durham: October 30, 5-7:30pm
Exeter: October 31, 4-7pm
Greenland: October 30, 5-7:30pm
Hampton: October 31, 5:30-8pm
Kensington: October 31, 5-7pm
Madbury: October 30, 5-7:30pm
New Castle: October 30, 5-6:30pm
Newfields: October 31, 5-7pm
Newington: October 31, 5-7pm
Newmarket: October 30, 5-7pm
North Hampton: October 30, 4-7pm
Portsmouth: October 30, 5-8pm
Rye: October 30, 5-7pm
Seabrook: October 30, 5:30-7:30pm
Stratham: October 30, 5-7pm

 

Southern ME

Eliot: October 30, 5-8pm
Kittery: October 30, 5-8pm

 

Other Fun Halloween Events in the Area

Durham: Downtown Trick-or-Treat and Main Street Monster Mash Bash, October 26, 2-4pm
Exeter: Halloween parade, costume judging, and downtown trick-or-treat, October 26, 10am-2:30pm
Hampton: Sacred Heart School trunk-or-treat, October 25, 6-7:30pm
Kittery: Trick-or-Treat on Our Street, Kittery Outlets, October 25, 4-6pm
Portsmouth: Halloween parade, October 31, 7pm
                           Ghosts on the Banke @ Strawbery Banke, October 25 & 26, 5:30-8pm
York: Halloween Hop & Costume Parade, October 29, 4:30-7pm

 

Have fun, be safe, and share photos of your favorite costumes or decorated Seacoast-area houses in the comments!

 

 

#NationalHomeOwnershipMonth

National Homeownership Month actually started as a week-long celebration of homeownership during the Clinton administration in 1995. In 2002, President George W. Bush proclaimed June as the National Homeownership Month. Here is an excerpt from his proclamation:

"Homeownership is an important part of the American Dream...A home provides shelter and a safe place where families can prosper and children can thrive. For many Americans, their home is an important financial investment, and it can be a source of great personal pride and an important part of community stability."

"Homeownership encourages personal responsibility and the values necessary for strong families. Where homeownership flourishes, neighborhoods are more stable, residents are more civic-minded, schools are better, and crime rates decline."

"During National Homeownership Month, I encourage all Americans to learn more about financial management and to explore homeownership opportunities in their communities. By taking this important step, individuals and families help safeguard their financial futures and contribute to the strength of our Nation."