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Christmas Trees Inn

The Christmas Trees Inn is located on Route 10 in Marlow, New Hampshire. It was originally built as a private residence by the wealthy Burnap family during the Federal period. Around 1896, it was transformed into the Victorian style. The building remained a private residence until the mid-1900s. Sometime during the 1960s or 70s, it became an inn.


By then, the building was nearly 200 years old. It continued to deteriorate until it was purchased by PC Connection, who had the building restored and renovated. The outside was restored to it's 1896 grandeur; the inside, while not the original layout, was restored to reflect the Victorian period.


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