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Sold! Dartmouth College Sells Scenic Farm

The Ivy League institution sold New Hampshire’s Hudson Farm to The Trust for Public Land, which immediately deeded the 175-acre tract to the National Park Service as an addition to the Appalachian Trail. A mixture of forest, fields, and wetlands, the estate is located just three miles from Hanover’s Main Street and was seen as a prime development opportunity. Several generations of the Owens family farmed the property in the 1800s. According to a Dartmouth spokesman, the college bought the property in 1963, rented the house, and worked the land.

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