Listings for November/December 2013

Real Estate Take a tour of the top retirement, vacation and golf communities at and

SOUTHWEST FRANCE. Stone farmhouse. (603) 924-9535.

HANOVER RETIREMENT CONDOMINIUM. Independent living in a small, active, intellectually stimulating community with friendly, caring staff, near the Dartmouth campus. Shopping, public transportation and across from the Hanover Golf Course. One-bedroom, one-bath, second-floor condo with large deck overlooking quiet neighborhood. $245,000. The Greens at Hanover Condominiums has served the over 55 and Dartmouth families since 2004. Monthly service fee includes host of services including delicious midday meal. Sandy Fitchet ’76, or (603) 359-8092.

WENTWORTH, NH. 517-acre parcel, overlooks Mount Moosilauke. (603) 764-9993.

For Rent

QUECHEE HOUSE. 4brm, 2 bath, well-behaved dogs welcome. Available graduation and year-round.

DARTMOUTH AREA HOUSE: Spectacular views, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, fully furnished/equipped. E-mail: D’85.

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS: Villa Matija in Brewers Bay Tortola offers quiet luxury in a tropical setting. Sleeps four, two bedrooms, pool, a view you’ll never forget! (284) 440-0899. D’81.

PROVENCE. Delightful five-bedroom stone farmhouse, facing Roman theater. Pool, vineyard. (860) 672-6607,

PARIS. Heart of city on Ile St. Louis. Elegant top-floor apartment, elevator, updated well-appointed, gorgeous view. Sleeps 4, maid 3x week. WiFi. Inquiries: or (678) 232-8444.

HANOVER. Walk to campus. Completely remodeled condo. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. Fully furnished—beautiful, upscale. WBF. Garage. Weekend, seasonal, longer. (917) 273-8044.

NORWICH, VT. Lovingly restored 1792 farmhouse, four miles from Hanover Green. 4 BR, 3 baths, plus guest qtrs. and rec. area in barn. By week, month or season. (847) 869-1122, Ext. 21.

FRANCE, PARIS-MARAIS: Exquisite, sunny, quiet one-bedroom apartment behind Place des Vosges. King-size bed, living/dining room, six chairs, full kitchen, washer, dryer, weekly maid service, $1,350 weekly. (301) 654-7145;

PARIS: Two-bedroom Paris apartment in 13th near Seine: (603) 924-9535.

PARIS, SW FRANCE, PROVENCE. Comfortable apartments, homes, chateaux.,, (503) 219-9190.

HANOVER: The premier 4.2 acre estate at edge of Dartmouth campus overlooking Occom Pond and Baker Tower. Connecticut River frontage and proximity to golf course. 10 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, eat-in kitchen, expansive covered porch, swimming pool, billiard room, 14’ dining room table, large LR.  Ideal for graduation, reunions, football weekends and weekly summer rental. Private ice rink in winter! Email: D’91

House Exchange

’53 with 3-bedroom, 2 ½-bath, 8 miles from Alta/Snowbird seeks home swap with alum in Snowmass/Aspen. Bruce: (801) 495-1404

Dartmouth Memorabilia

DARTMOUTH CHINA, WEDGWOOD CAULDON LACE. Dinner plates depict various College scenes. 11 dinner plates, 12 each of cups, saucers and salad plates. $900 plus shipping. (207) 703-0531.

DARTMOUTH 1970 FOOTBALL BANNER  24"x40", Ivy Champs & Lambert Trophy, original, museum framed, mint, one of a kind, $2,750 plus S&H.

CLASSIC BLACK DARTMOUTH ROCKING CHAIR with college seal, like new. $175, plus shipping. (212) 799-2562

SELLING COLLECTION OF DARTMOUTH MEMORABILIA. Rare books, Carnival Posters, Lithographs, Paintings and more. Perfect gift or add to your collection. Email:

DOWNSIZING? Is there Dartmouth memorabilia in your attic? The Dartmouth Alumni Magazine classifieds connect you to more than 50,000 potential buyers. Contact Margo Nutt at (603) 646-2256 for more information.


SUCCESSFUL SURGEON: Well-traveled (55 countries), athletic (NY Marathon), honest, loyal, seeks cultured, intelligent, thin, attractive woman 30 for marriage, family. Free LASEK for introduction!

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