The Van Dyke House, is located in Colebrook, NH. The home is considered a gem of the Great North Woods and is also known as The Painted Lady. It is a Victorian stick dwelling (Eastlake Style) constructed in 1888 as a boarding house during the era of grand ornamentation. Built by lumber baron and businessman, George Van Dyke, the home is known for its gabled roof, large overhanging eaves, exposed trusses, and was constructed of only the finest materials available. Italian tile fireplace, gorgeous wood trim and accents, pocket doors, and tin ceilingsthis home truly is a statement of quality. The Van Dyke House consists of 9 bedrooms (with the potential for 4 more), 4 bathrooms, 2 living rooms, fully functional kitchen, formal dining room, office, and parlor. The house has a new hard-wired smoke alarm system and sprinkler system throughout. Sale can also include fully functioning assisted living business at an additional cost.