This 1925 Saltbox Cape was erected by Dartmouth College on land that was originally owned by Stephen Chase, the owner of the original Chase Farm that was sold to Dartmouth College in the late 1800's and the street is one of Hanover's quietest and most desirable in-town addresses. The home combines the classic lines of a vernacular New England form with the convenience of a true “walk to everything” location. Sited on .46 acres the property offers access within minutes to all Dartmouth College and Hanover attractions combined with a sense of privacy on the property's south side that makes the parcel feel as if it were a corner lot. A thorough update of many aspects of the property too numerous to mention here (but available separately by request) was completed by the current owners over the last three years and added modern amenities, updated systems and site improvements that have led to a dramatic increase in the livability, comfort and energy efficiency of the home. The exterior of the property was transformed through an extensive re-visioning of landscaping and hardscaping and the addition of a large south facing deck. The interior offers a sun-filled kitchen, breakfast room, formal living and dining rooms, hardwood and tile floors and a beautifully finished basement with office, bedroom and bath. The oversized master bedroom suite offers ample space for a sitting area, walk in closet/dressing room and well-appointed bath.