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WOLFEBORO’S PICKERING HOUSE INN NAMED TO NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
UNION LEADER - MAY 14, 2019 -- WOLFEBORO — A landmark property in this lakeside community that has undergone a two-year renovation has been placed on the National Register for Historic Places. Known locally as the Pickering House, it becomes the fifth property in Wolfeboro to earn inclusion on the National Register that recognizes places of historic significance that are worthy of preservation. Peter Cooke and his wife, Patty, bought the 116 South Main St. property in February 2016 after it went into foreclosure after years of deferred maintenance and was being targeted as the site of a generic commercial development because of its prime location.
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Pickering House Inn recognition and announcements.
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