Dramatic setting for this mid-century modern home designed with east and south walls of glass to take in sweeping views of Mt. Monadnock, Pack Monadnock and Temple Mountains. Set on 135.60 acres of complete privacy, the 1955 home was designed by architect Alexander James, Jr who studied with the famed Walter Gropius whose influence is clear in the design of this property. The one-level, L-shaped structure takes advantage of the setting and consists of approximately 3,645 square feet of open living space including three bedrooms and three baths. Large master bedroom suite has a dressing room, full bath, large bedroom and sliders to a deck with views to the east and south. A 1,242 square foot Carriage House with two-car garage includes a kitchen, dining room, living room, 2 bedrooms, and 1.5 bathrooms. Of the 136.60 acres, 123.80 are in a conservation easement. 2 lots not included are 4.10 acres, a standard building lot, and 7.70 acres with driveway, residence and carriage house.