21 Newmarket Road, Durham, NH. General John Sullivan House

About This House

General John Sullivan House, Early Center Chimney New England Colonial, Built in 1717, was the home to John Sullivan, a major general during the war for independence. Listed as a National Historic Landmark, this property is a one of a kind Historic Gem! Fully restored preserving it’s antique charm and character this home sit’s prominently in the heart of Durham with 330 ft of waterfront on the Oyster River. Boasting period detail and craftsmanship of the 1700’s with designer renovations enhancing views of the river and the modern comforts of today perfectly blends the old with the new. Beautifully renovated kitchen with imported tile, Cherry counters and 2 sinks. Other recent updates include new roof, many windows, furnace and AC, plumbing and electrical, a new drilled well, insulation, barn re-framing, and more. Step outside and enjoy the multi-tiered perennial gardens and natural patio overlooking the river. Come and take a look!